Religion: Long Hair

It is customary that the Board of Temperance, Prohibition and Public Morals of the M. E. Church, from time to time, take stock of the moral and spiritual assets of the U. S., issue official evaluations thereof.

It is customary that these evaluations be sober, businesslike.

Last week a report was issued. Soberly it noted the splendid progress of its child, Prohibition. Soberly it analyzed "the new corruption of novel and magazine fiction . . . perverted literature ... of an appalling character." Soberly it marked the "degradation of the American theatre" and the "conscienceless...

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