National Affairs: Warrants Required

Politically dry as dry can be is Nebraska where every aid is given to the enforcement of Prohibition. Startling was last week's news that U. S. District Judge Joseph William Woodrough at Omaha had placed a large and. to Nebraska, alien obstacle in the path of U. S. dry agents by his ruling that they cannot legally search a domicile without warrant even though they see, hear and smell material evidence.

Federal agents, peering through a window of a private house from a back alley, saw steam rising from copper coils, heard the roar of...

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