Religion: Squalls

President Ella Alexander Boole of the National W. C. T. U officially declared last week that "we cannot compromise" on Sunday openings of the Sesquicentennial Exposition at Philadelphia. She withdrew" the W. C. T. U. exhibits and moral support. The Exposition already had lost the moral support of Presbyterians, Methodists and Lutherans.

Mayor Kendrick and the exposition managers need fee-paying and, according to Henry Ford's Dearborn Independent, graft-paying concessionaires. These, in turn, will come only if they may operate on Sundays, the most profitable amusement day of the week in the U....

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