National Affairs: Unwetting Washington

Progress of the President's proposed transformation, of Washington from one of the wetter to quite the driest of cities in the land: last week John F. J. Herbert. Prohibition Administrator at Baltimore, whose territory included the District of Columbia, was transferred to Helena, Mont. His assistant, John Joseph Quinn, was suspended pending investigation of charges against him. To Baltimore was shifted Administrator Thomas Elijah Stone, top-notcher, credited with abating Detroit's huge liquor influx from Canada.


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