Letters: Apr. 22, 1929

Senator Jones & Drunks


I notice with interest the statement in TIME, that the author of the "Jones Law," or the ''Five & Ten," "had seen only one drunken man in his life" (TIME, April 1). If the Senator made such statement, I would like to recall to his mind, when he must have seen them as many as three at a time, unless he was "seeing without eyes." This particular instance was about the time, in 1889, or the early '90s, when he was employed as a stenographer by Spike & Arnold,...

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