PROHIBITION: Search, Smell, Seizure

When, in the course of human events, one age yields to the next, distance lends enchantment to bygone scenery. Andrew J. Volstead is no longer a contemporary symbol. He belongs to the past.

Out of the heart of the Nation, out of Indiana has arisen a new and lustier figure. His name is Wright.

Last week, the Wright Prohibition Enforcement Law went into effect in Indiana. Thousands violated it; scores were arrested; hundreds were about to be arrested. The Wright Law for Indiana o'ertops the Volstead Act for the U. S. in the following...

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