¶Rumors circulated and recirculated in Washington to the effect that a big reorganization of prohibition enforcement work, now under the direction of General Lincoln C. Andrews, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, was soon to take place. Especially it was rumored that state enforcement directors would be abolished, all agents made mobile under divisional directors.

¶-In England, 125 delegates from the U. S. arrived to attend a W. C. T. U. conference at Edinburgh.

Said they: "Prohibition has been marvelous for America."

Said the London Daily Mail: "We wonder why people cannot learn to attend...

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