National Affairs: Heavenward Ho!

The international aspect of U. S. prohibition was the theme of a Conference of Drys, The World League Against Alcoholism, which met last week at Winona Lake, Ind. In colorful language, several speakers depicted what U. S. prohibition means to the rest of the world and how the rest of the world affects U. S. prohibition.

Bishop Thomas Nicholason, of Detroit, President of the Anti-Saloon League of America: "Without offensive interference with the affairs of other nations, we are, in a: real sense, trustees of the world. If we have any good things, we must share them. To that end, we shall...

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