PROHIBITION: To Make a Better Country

"To Make a Better Country"

On the slope of Capitol Hill, in neat position to help the U. S. government function, lives the Anti-Saloon League of America. Its building is of humble brick, painted a bellicose red. Upon its windows in large gold letters is painted the name: "Wayne B. Wheeler."

Wayne B. Wheeler is dead. People said that the brains of the Anti-Saloon League died with him last September. Whether that is true or not, the League has not been the same since. Last week, when its...

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