Religion: Lord's Day

When men of known worth lend their names to unpopular causes, observers are apt to look closely to see if they can discover some value, hitherto overlooked, in the thing advocated. Among unpopular issues, one of the least favored is the campaign of certain churchmen to close all theatres, playgrounds, amusement parks on Sundays, and limit the amusement of the public to churchgoing, which these churchmen consider amusement enough. Last week the "Lord's Day alliance," as these churchmen call their association, held its annual meeting in Manhattan, appointed a committee to...

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