Mrs. Gifford Pinchot, having drawn breath after the whirlwind campaign that made her husband Governor of Pennsylvania, went to Washington with a plan.
"Let the women of a state or other unit area take charge of prohibition enforcement," she urged President Harding. "Let them take charge from top to bottom, as an experiment, and see if women are not more zealous for enforcement than men."
President Harding thinks enough of the proposal to have it referred to the Prohibition Bureau, where it may have effect despite rough-and-ready opposition.
Mrs. Pinchot does not claim absolute...