National Affairs: Upon the Steps . . .

To Albany, in the last week before Notification, went the Democracy's champion Drys—Glass from Virginia, Daniels from North Carolina, George from Georgia, Walsh from Montana. Would they, could they, induce the Nominee not to insist again, in his acceptance speech, upon modification of Prohibition?

When Nominee Smith released his speech, it was to the Prohibition section that citizens paid prime attention. This was it:

Prohibition: "The President of the United States has two constitutional duties with respect to prohibition. The first is embodied in his oath of office. If, with one hand on the...

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