PROHIBITION: Congressional Attention

With Congress once more functioning many matters came to Congressional tongue tips, among them prohibition.

In the Senate the most entertaining proposal was a resolution by Coleman L. Blease, fire-eater, elected in South Carolina a year ago. His resolution would require the Treasury Department to investigate the use of liquors in foreign embassies and legations; he wants to know whether the Italian Debt Funding Mission had wines and beer, and if so, why no arrests were made. The Senator asseverated:

"I intend to see the Government enforces prohibition on all persons in the...

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