PROHIBITION: Man from Maine

Maine has been a Dry State for 75 years. Arthur Robinson Gould was elected in 1926 as one of its Dry Senators. Last week Senator Gould, 72-year-old Yankee, was involuntarily shown to be not so Dry as many of his constituents had supposed. The revelation came during a legal squabble between two grape juice companies in Federal Court in St. Louis.* A distributing company was suing a producing company on the ground that its product was inferior, that it spoiled in customers' hands before turning to wine as guaranteed. To defend itself...

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