Two things he can't stop on sunday
An old man labeled "Sabbatarian Bigot," dressed as a Puritan, holds a book labeled "Blue Laws" and stands in front of "Niagara Falls." A man walking with his wife and child suggests that the old man will be no more successful at stopping Niagara Falls, than he will be at preventing the Pan-American Exposition from opening on Sunday. A nearby sign states "Pan-American open on Sunday by order of Supreme Court." In the background, hordes of people stream through the open gates to the Exposition.
Two things he can't stop on sunday.
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Vice President of the United States (1901)
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Puck, v. 49, no. 1271
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