PROHIBITION: Face the Facts

The Association against the Prohibition Amendment launched plans for a conference to be held in Washington on Jan. 21, immediately after a conference of the Anti-Saloon League. It is to be called a "face-the-facts" conference. The list of names, prepared by Captain W. H. Stayton, head of the Association, in connection with the conference was imposing.

First came Thomas Francis Bayard, Senator from Delaware, he who proudly records in his Congressional biography that his father, grandfather, great uncle, great-grandfather and great-great-grandfather, were all at various times Senators from Delaware. Mr. Bayard...

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