National Affairs: Mr. Edgerton

With the air full of whiskey whispers and Willebrandtine cries, Nominee James A. Edgerton, number-two-man on the Prohibition ticket, announced:

". . . Prohibition can be enforced.

". . . When the dry forces of America awaken to the fact that they must have a real Prohibition Party in charge of law enforcement they will make more definite progress toward stamping out the drink evil."


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