Mrs. D. Leigh Colvin, President of the New York State W.C.T.U., laid the
blame for U.S. war reverses squarely on U.S. intemperance.
Seventy-two-year-old Captain Edward Page Gaston of the New York National
Guard, founder of the rum-hating New Vigilantes, strong advocate of the
repatriation of the body of Pocahontas, onetime believer that "Fascism
is what this country needs," noted that Hitler has avoided bombing
British breweries. Said he: "[Hitler] knows that liquor is his best
Members of U.S. Navy training units at Northwestern University
petitioned National W.C.T.U. President Ida B. Wise Smith to...
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