PROHIBITION: Andrews Assailed

Before General Lincoln C. Andrews was called before the Committee (TIME, April 19) he was warned to guard his statements, for anti-saloon officials were waiting for his official scalp. Why, no one knew. He is certainly no friend of the Wets.

In two days of stiff cross-examination he said little to give comfort to the Wets, and it was supposed that, this time at any rate, he had escaped the disfavor of the Dry high priests.

He further established himself as a vigorous enforcer by sending to Congress a...

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