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THE AllGIIS. SATUEDAY, JUNE 10, 1893.
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from those that purchased a pair of our
World's Fair Shoes:
We are enjoying the Fair immensely. Your shoes
give us great comfort. We are able to walfc all day
and not suffer the slightest inconvenience. They are
indespensible to us.
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a pleasure ttip and remember that we give special at
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servos the Lord's day as a festival,
does it on the authority of the Chris
tian church, not on the testament
scriptures. The "Seventh Day liap
tists''' and other "Sabbatarians" are
right in saying there is no bible
command for the special religious
observance of the lirst day of the
week instead of the seventh day.
We have to rely on the wisidom and
authority of the historic church for
observance of it.
The Columbian Exposition is a
great educator of men and morals,
and as such, is a means of grace. If
I were in Chicago on the Lord's day,
I should attend public worship first,
especially that act of worship which
our dear Lord instituted, and in
which I unite with Him in pleading
His great sacrilice before (iod and
men. Then I might continue my
worship in a minor degree in visit
ing the fajr. elevating my whole na
ture to t he study of what God lias
especially provided in the fair for
our education. No habitual attend
ant on public worship will visit the
fair on Sunday to the neglect of wor
ship, and no one who habitually neg
lects worship will be induced to join
in worship, even if the fair is closed.
I only wish that the1 thousands of
people in Kock Island, who never, or
scarcely ever, enter the house of (Iod
on any day, might all be able to visit
the World's Fair on the Lord's day.
It would help to make them better
men and women than they are. The
whole matter of Sunday observance
needs readjustment in this country,
and 1 believe it is t he miseont-ept ion
of this socallcd and miscalled ' Sab
bath" ijuestiou. which has driven so
many well-meaning but ill-instructed
people from freifiieut and devout at
tendance on public worship, both on
the Lord's ilav, and on other days of
the week. " H. 1'. Sweet.
lr. Kurt Iiotomcw.
My views on the Sunday opening
of the World's fair arc brielly these:
To open the World's fair on Sundays
is 1. a violation of (tod's law; '2. a
violation of the law of the ".and; S,
a violation of the inherent fitness of
things: 4, a violation of national
honor: . a violation of good faith
on the part of the city of Chicago;
C. a violation of the law of economy.
In my opinion Sunday ojening is
nought but violation and transgres
sion lirst, last and all the way
through, and transgression of law
always sooner or later brings its own
penalty. Such a measure as the
Chicago directory are insisting upon
carrying out in reference to the mat
ter of closing the World's fair on
Sundays is in itself an iniquity and
will end in disaster. Not the labor
ing man's welfare, but the laboring
man's-dollar is the prime, motive of
this Sunday opening movement. Xo
man's real welfare is ever gained by
violating divine, civil, moral and
Therefore, the World's Fair ought
under all circumstances to be closed.
Very "respect fully,
K. F. Hakthoi.omew.
Kev. F. W. Morrrll.
The World's fair should be closed
on Sundav. 1. For religious rea
sons. These outweigh all other con
siderations with the Christian.
Obedience to God is the first princi
ple of the religious life. The Sab
bath day was set apart of (iod and
consecrated to different purposes
than the other six days. It is not
kept when it is made a holiday, a
working dav, or a dav for the getting
of gain. An open fair means all
these. 2. For patriotic reasons.
The American Sabbath is of more
value to thi country than all the
fairs that have been, or that will ever
be held. It is the day sacredly set
apart for the religious and moral
culture of the people. To invade
that day with an open fair is to pan
der to the opposite elements, irrelig
ion and immorality. He who loves
his country and fellowmen would not
with to see our national Sampson in
the lap of Delilah having his hair
clipped. Religion and morality are
intimately connected like the
branches and roots of the oak. The
Sabbath is an Americon as well as a
religious institution. 3. For finan
cial reasons. It would be a monu
mental financial blunder. As a rule
it never pays to violate the Sabbath.
Those who go to the fair on Sunday
would go on some other day were it
closed on that day. Multitudes ac
tuated by principle will stay away
on seven days if it is opened on Sun
da". These latter are the people
who can alone be relied on to make
the fair a financial success. Many
Christians who may visit the fair for
a brief time, if it is opened on Sun
day, will not spend tbeir money
freely in support of an institution
that is run in violation of their prin
ciples. Chicagoans are ic danger of
underestimating the strength of the
religious convictions of the American
people. Vast foreign populations
throng Chicago. But the success of
the fair depends on the country at
large. It will not pay to fly in the
face of (tod, of American institutions,
of national authority, of the religious
convictions of the people.
Kev. "v. St. MarqulH.
I am strongly opposed to the open
ing of the World's fair on Sunday,
because I consider it would be a vio
lation both of the law of God and of
the land. One day of rest and wor
ship in seven is demanded by man's
physical and spiritual nature.
Not only religion but public policy
dictates that we should jealously
guard the common day of rest from
the intrusion mi toil. But this mat
ter of opening the Columbian fair on
Sunday has now become not simply
a question of religion or expediency
but of obedience to law. Congress
has ordered the crates to be closed.
All monies have been granted on that
condition. They have been accepted
on that condition by the local direc
tory. Even if a technical blunder on
the part of congress should now make
it possible to legally open the gates
it would be a dishonorable trampling
on the will of congress and violation
of their own agreement. The deter
mination to defy the national gov
ernment already exhibited, is a sad
example of a lawless spirit which has
already bedimmed the glory of this
exposition. A nation's true great
ness is in the moral not material; in
men of moral worth. This shame
less disregard for their own word, on
the part of the directory, does not
set us in an enviable light before the
The light attendance on the two
Sundays the fair has been open, es
pecially of working people, shows
that they did not demand open gates.
The closing of state anil foreign
buildings, and the covering of .-o
nianv exhibits, shows that neither
foreign nor home sentiment at large
demands it. We hope, therefore,
but almost against hope, that the
gates will be closed on Sunday.
. S. MAittjtis.
Kev. II C. Mrhll.
My opinion is that the World's
fair ought to be closed on the Sab
bath. To open it, would be to vio
late both the law of God and the law
of the state. It is a question of right
and wrong, and as in all such ques
tions, no considerations of prolit or
pleasure or convenience to any one,
can or should hold. The right ought
always to be done, no matter what
the consequence. It is neither cor
rect morals nor political wisdom to
do evil that good mav come." If
the government, great corporations,
and men of wealth and property,
furnish the example and set the pace
in lawlessness, what may we expect
of the masses? How long will it be
until we will have anarchy? For the
sake of the example to the world of
respect for law and order, as well as
because it is right, the gates of the
World's fair should be closed on the
Sabbath. H. C. Marshall.
Father Muck in.
The- Columbian exposition, Chi
cago, is the most inviting and in
structive place in this world to spend
Sunday after church service. The
dusty heated streets, the open places
of temptation through Chicago can
not be so healthful to soul and body
as Jackson park. Thomas Mackin.
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