At tho piesent time there is a tendency among preachers of tho gospel gos-pel over the country to attempt to en-1 en-1 lighten their congregations on tho political situations In flic world, and to direct the settlement of problems arising between capital and labor. Accouling to Rev. L. M. Zimmerman, of the Lutheran church, Ralthnoic, Md., this is not tho picacher's olllco. Inaiecent sermon Mr. Zimmerman said: "For tho time being It Is possible pos-sible to crowd a church by other methods than that of tho pieachcd word. AVhat tho peoplo need and want to hear from tho pulpit is not so much about capital and labor, but more of tho teachings of tho blessed Master who ciuno to tench peace."