With the G. O. P. splitting on Prohibition, with the crest of a Wet groundswell growing weekly higher and more apparent, the U. S. Drys, Consolidated, last week girded themselves for two years of action more militant than ever.

League. In Washington, Superintendent F. Scott McBride of the Anti-Saloon League announced that his organization would raise $5,000,000 to spend during the coming year—$3,500,000 more than it spent last year. He also hinted that a "committee of 15 industrialists" might be formed to match the prestige of the Wet du Ponts and John Jacob Raskob. He published a list of 25...

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