PROHIBITION: Burton, Baker, Taft

It was a real oldtime political debate— distinguished Representative Theodore Elijah Burton for the Republican side, opposed by distinguished Lawyer Newton Diehl Baker. Wilsonian War Secretary, last week in their home town of Cleveland. "Tammany . . . Tweed . . . traitorous," said Mr. Burton. "Fall, Sinclair, Denby, Daugherty, Forbes . . . Boss Vare . . . Will Hay's," retorted Mr. Baker.

But they could agree on religious tolerance and Prohibition. "I do wish they'd give us a rest in the discussions about Mrs....

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