PROHIBITION: Border Argument

Hard words wash across the Canadian border into the U. S. in the wake of hard liquor. Last week there was a recrudescence of the argument about the two countries' Prohibition responsibilities. At Ottawa William D. Euler, Canada's Minister of National Revenue whose blunt speaking on the same subject has riled U. S. officials before (TIME, June 3), lectured the Washington government on ways and means of checking rum-smuggling. Treasury officials in Washington snorted indignantly. Two facts are basic in this international dispute: 1) Canada grants clearance of liquor cargoes for the...

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