Minnesota sired the sire of the National Prohibition Act. Pleased indeed was he. Andrew John Volstead, last week to learn that President Hoover had reached over 47 other States and 99 other candidates to choose a Minnesotan and a good Volstead friend as his Dry Hope, under whom the President purposes to consolidate all Prohibition activities. The appointment of Gustav Aaron Youngquist. Minnesota's Attorney-General, to be U. S. Assistant Attorney-General in charge of Prohibition & Taxation, had hardly reached St. Paul before Sire Volstead's daughter, Mrs. Laura Volstead Lomen, hurried to Mr. Youngquist's office to...

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