History. In May, the Administration both vexed and pleased the politically militant Anti-Saloon League and its friends. Roy Asa Haynes, Acting Commissioner of Prohibition, whom the League admired, was replaced by Dr. James M. Doran as full-fledged Commissioner. Dr. Doran is a quiet man. The League could not be sure he would be militant enough.
But the League felt better when Brigadier General Lincoln C. Andrews was at last allowed to re-sign as Assistant Secretary of the