PROHIBITION: Senator Harreld's Protest

Lincoln C. Andrews is Assistant Secretary of the Treasury. He is in charge of Prohibition enforcement. He was put in charge to take the Prohibition unit out of politics. In so doing he appointed Herbert H. White Prohibition Administrator at Fort Worth, with jurisdiction over Oklahoma. Mr. White ousted from office Prohibition agent, the Rev. Mr. Thoroughman* of Lawton, Okla. Several churches objected. Last week the following letter from U. S. Senator Harreld, Republican of Oklahoma, to Mr. Andrews was made public:

I was rather favorably impressed with Mr. White, the director at...

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