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 Front Cover
 Front Matter
 Title Page
 Frontispiece
 After forty years
 Foreword
 Table of Contents
 The world's greatest problem
 Facing the question as it...
 Grappling with the curse
 Related issues
 Reference bibliography, systematic,...
 Directory
 Appendix
 Readers’ guide to 1910 Year...
 Errata
 Back Matter
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 Material Information
Title: American prohibition year book
Alternate Title: Prohibition year book
Prohibition hand book and voters manual
Physical Description: 260 p.: ill. ; 20 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Lincoln Temperance Press
Place of Publication: Chicago, Ill.
Publication Date: 1910
Frequency: annual
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Prohibition -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )
Prohibition -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Alcoholism -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with 1901 issue?
General Note: Imprint varies: Chicago : United Prohibition Press, <1912->
General Note: Description based on: 1908.
General Note: Latest issue consulted: 1912.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00098481
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 01480614
lccn - 01031405
oclc - 1480614

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    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Front Matter
        Front Matter 1
        Front Matter 2
    Title Page
        Page 1
    Frontispiece
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    After forty years
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    Foreword
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    Table of Contents
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    The world's greatest problem
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    Readers’ guide to 1910 Year Book
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General Neal Dow.
Patriot, prophet, warrior, statesman, reformer; auth: .:!' I': 'I -.: L,
1851, the first state-wide prohibition statute; Prohibitic.rn ..rdi.ijr.,- ,:.r r.::.
dentin 1880; born, March 20, 1804; died, October 4, 1';.
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absolute suppression of the liquor traffic. Every man er'l.- 1 d.r,-l,. i ir
directly, in the liquor trade, whether he knows it and -*...t.. it r r, '. i
enemy to society in all its interests, and inflicts a m...t- r u.1 ..- .. ,...-, ir,-
dividual in it. The 'trade' is an infinite evil to the -I.. ., in Ir.ror,-r
misery to the people."






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I "..__ . 1.1.14 1 ;.,: ,:.;

1899 ....................... 1,070,689,978

1900 ....................... 1,172,226,614

1901 ...................... 1,219,997,990

1902 ...................... 1,347,783,644

1903 ...................... 1,410,610,218

1904 ....................... 1,463,678,530

1905 ...................... 1,465,901,664

1906 ....................... 1608,021..: I

1907 ....................... 1,757.307.` 5 .4

19 S ...................... 1,675,838 1








Prohibition as an Economic Problem.


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World Consumption of Liquor.
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United Si-r.' *I *
U united E I .' l .. .; 4.
Russia . i i "" r . l.. .,1 1 n
Germany, . 7 ...1 1 . n 1. i .
France, .' i i : ', ** 7 .;
Spain .. ., ii .'I *
Belgium I I ii ii
Italy, ... I... !- .
A ustria-E ... 7" A I .n i..... ...u .n.
Denmark. I II :1 .. II.
Sw eden, . .. .. l.. .i 1. 1111
Portugal, I 'li
*So fa a J- .i i I..
TEstimated. Returns are for 1903, except United Ci.- *'.:. r.i I' -.
Kingdom, 1904; France, nalt. 1904; Russia and Aust ., li.._ 111l ir,I,
wine, 1902; Sweden, wine, 1907. $Distilled spirits.

Consumption of Liquor in United States. 1840-190S

The growth in the consumption of drink is .r.-hli*. 1': -.I-.
in the following table comparing the totals i.:r r .,:,. :'i'--
arate years, the last nine consecutively, from 1.:41 I '.'1 i .I1.
GROWTH OF CONSUMPTION OF rii i,
From Statistical Abstract of the I

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1840 43,060,884 4,873,096 23,310,8431 71,244 ,-- 'i 1
1850 51.S33: 473 6,316,393 36,563,009 94,712.: !. |4,.': ] ,;
1860 89,958,651 10,933,9S81 101,346, i69 202,249. !-: .,
1870 79,895,708 12,225,067 204,756,156 296,876 : j ,: c. ; ;-
1880 63,526,694128,008,179 414,220,165 505,845 ,
1S82 73,556,976 25,562,694 526,379.980 625,499 ,.:. n! 1 l,, 11 1i .
1884 81,128,581 20.481,927 590,016,517 691,627 . .. -
1886 73,229,114 25,566,772 642,967,720 741,763 'i -.
1888 75,85,,352 36,334,818 767,587,056 79,767,: i
1890 87,829,623 28,945,993 855,692,335 972,467,** ,: .. ]'' I "
1892 97,301,840 28,264,0:7 ** 4 ,-5..6 1 i 9 ,-:.,- i I -.1. t
1894 90,541,209 21,882,0 1 ..,. 4 '1-. 1 'i ; i 1 1*
1896 70,725,745 18 701, :1, ; 6 .7 : 7. I 1 .; I i] : ..
1898 81,594,293 20,568,0-. 9 5' ., '' 41 ,'' 1 1 ,
1900 97,356,864 29,988,4' I 4 ] 1' i ,
1901 103,455.338 28,396, .," 1 : 1,.1.- :. 1 i, l : 1, .', l
1902 107,726,141 49,763,920 1,381,875,437 1,539, .' ' : I' I' 1
1903 117,669,954 38,238,818 1,449,852,934 1 ;i".4 I I n -.'".
1901 121,087,387 43,311,217 1,499,05.4,034 1:
1905 120,869.66 9 35,059,717 1,538,150,770'! l I lI 1 : ,
1906 127,851.583146,485,22311,699,984,5821 7 .1 ."
1907 140.084,436157,738,918 11,821,867,6271. "]' .*. I II .. 1- '1.
1908 125,379,314|52,121,016 1,828,732,448 ..I. '. r .I l .. _I '
1909 1121,130.03f ** 11,752,634.426 ** :
*As given in the Tl'orld Almanac, 1910, i
** Figures not yet announced.







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Invested in Liquor Properties.

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Tobacco.

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750.000,000

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efre Lused thirty years ago.

Twenty Years of Liquor Waste.
Figures have been given iln- detail showing the i.:ethc.I :.'.i
timating the retail liquor bill of the Na :tion for the fiscal,: .r ,l .
Following the same methods and basing the figures on t i- .:1 ,. i

estimates of liquor consu ed as shown. in the Statistical 4 ..i:r
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of the United States, the accompanying table has been .
for the twenty years from 1888 to 1908. For convrenien .:, I...r.

erence tile to talks are also shown for the ear 1878. Fi.:rll .a .
molloi, g [,..,, sae,.:.r, 1- .d a I'"' g" t' e [,.:r e s on. : ... t...r,'i



atr. latels ; o L ions,, d ais' s n in, rthe ,Sta1 titi .:.. .1ll,-:r-r r.
were used thirty years ago.

Twenty Years of Liquor Was1te.









and per capital cost and number of gallons of liquors 'cal ..:r "i.:
each year show the relative growth of the traffic:







DRINK BILL OF AMERICA AND ENGLAND.

RETAIL LIQUOR TRAFFIC FOR TWENTY YEARS.


Year Population.
1878 ........... 47,598,000
1888 ...........59,974,000
1889 ........... 61,289,000
1890 ........... 62,622,250
1891 ........... 63,844,000
1892 ........... 65,086,000
1893 ........... 66,349,000
1894 ........... 67,632,000
1895 ........... 68,934,000
1896 ........... 70,254,000
1897 ........... 71,592,000
1898 ........... 72,947,000
1899 ........... 74,318,000
1900 ........... 76,303,387
1901 ........... 77,647,000
1902 ........... 79,003,000
1903 ........... 80,372,000
1904 ........... 81,752,000
1905 ........... 83,143,000
1906 ........... 84,216,433
1907 ........... 85,817,239
1908 .......... .87,189,392
Population is estimated by
except for census years.


Per
Retail Cost. Capita Gallons.
$ 453,278,770 $ 9.52 8.24
818,087,725 13.64 14.65
840,880,849 13.72 14.60
902,645,867 14.41 15.53
979,582,803 15.34 16.72
1,014,894,364 15.59 17;13
1,079,483,172 16.27 18.20
1,024,621,491 15.15 16.95
970,947,333 14.09 16.57
962,094,975 13.69 17.12
993,203,557 13.87 16.50
1,041,562,868 14.28 17.37
1,070,689,978 14.41 16.82
1,172,226,614 15.36 17.69
1,219,997,990 15.71 17,91
1,347,783,644 17.06 19,49
1,410,610,218 17.55 19.98
1,463,678,530 17.90 20.35
1,465,901,664 17.63 20.38
1,608,021,917 19.09 22.26
1,757,307,854 20.48 23.54
1,675,838,197 19.22 23.00
Government officials at Washington,


The figures herewith given show the squanderings of twenty
years in graphic form. Contrast thirty years of the traffic. In 1878
the estimated retail cost of liquors consumed in this country was
$453,000,000. Today it is nearly four times as heavy a burden,
or $1,675,000,000. The per capital cost has also more than doubled
fr..m $9.52 in 1878 to $19.22 in 1908. A disgraceful record of, a
ifati.:nl's indulgence of appetite and wrong!

England's Drink Bill.

England's drink bill has decreased $120,603,713.25 during the
past 10 years and, with the exception of one year, has shown a
steady decline during the decade 1899 to 1908 inclusive. The
drink bill as estimated by the late Rev. Dawson Burns, D. D.,
shows the following record for the quarter century 1884 to 1908:

THE ANNUAL .DRINK BILLS OF THE UNITED KINGDOM, 1884.1908.
Est. Expenditure Est. Expenditure
Year. (revised). Per head. Year. (revised). Per head.
1884 144,734,214 4 1 0Y4 1897 174,365,372 4 7 64
1885 141,039,141 3 18 3% 1898 176,967,349 4 8 04
1886 140,550,126 3 17 4% 1899 185,927,227 4 11 8
I.7 1 R ,714.3S 3 18 0% 1900 184,881,196 4 10 4O
V -3,., 13 3 17 24 1901 181,788,245 4 7 8'a
11' :F.1l,,"'4,',,: 4 1 3Q 1902 179,499,817 4 5 6A
I'' 159,542,700 4 5 1% 1903 174,445,271 4 2 4
1~91 161,765,291 4 5 7% 1904 168,987,165 3 18 11Y4
l c:: 61,527,717 4 4 9% 1905 164,167,941 3 15 11%
1'5 15, .'.; '. 4 2 8% 1906 166,425,911 3 16 3
1.. :E155..2,1l1 4 1 11% 1907 167,016,200 3 15 9
I 9 : "i,133,.l.. 4 3 4% 1908 161,000,482 3 12 3%
IS1.: 17' ,I1-'r4,67 4 6 4%







18 PROHIBITION, AS AN ECONOMIC PROBLEM.


What the Average Drink Bill of Every American Family Would Buy.
(The above photograph of a bill of $91.00 worth of groceries and house-
bold supplies, was taken expressly for the YEAR BOOK through the kindness
of E. W. Stevens, who arranged the supplies for the picture in his store in
Chicago.)
Family Consumption of Liquors.
The family rather than the individual is more properly the unit
in average estimates. The average size of the family in the United
States today is approximately 4.6 persons. The estimated per
capital cost of intoxicants in the fiscal year, as already noted, was
$19.22, and in 1907 it was $20.48. The average for the two years
was $19.85 per capital, which may be taken as the basis. At 4.6







TWO NIMBLE LITTLE NICKELS. 19

persons to the family expenditures every year for intoxicat-
ing liquors are $91.31. This is almost exactly 25 cents a day for
every day of the year. But millions, of American families spend
practically nothing on liquors which leaves much more to be spent
by the families that do drink. Ninety-one dollars a year per
American family! If you want to know what this $91.00 will do
in family necessities, were it not worse than wasted in drink,
look on this picture of the things your grocer stands ready to
supply for that money. Here is a rrpro:duicti.:. of an actual
photograph of a bill of $91.00 worth :.f g.:.ol.s made up by a
Chicago grocer.
Every one of the 16,239,797 families in the United States could
buy every year with the money spent for drink:


100 lb. sack of sugar.
100 lb. sack of rice.
3 tb..tl.;. of vinegar.
5 cans fruit.
5 pine apples.
1 crate oranges (12
doz.).
6 cakes Olivilo soap.
24 bags flour (3 bbl.).
1 pi.kjge matches (12
t... i .
2 .'.-. & 2 bottles
maple syrup. (25Y
gals.).
6 one lb. cans coffee.
10 lbs. crackers (1 can).
10 lbs. ginger snaps (1
can).
What would be the


lbs. vanilla wafers
(1 can).
pkgs. toasted corn
flakes.
one lb. cans Lipton's
tea.
cans tomatoes.
pkgs. gold dust.
dozen eggs.
15 lb. ham.
pkgs. macaroni.
crate tangerines (12
doz.).
cans lima beans.
cans June peas.
lbs. prunes (1 box).
lbs. Meadow gold
butter.


cans sugar corn.
bottles olives.
bottle catsup.
bottles gherkins.
bottle oyster sauce.
pkgs. seedless rai-
sins.
cans peaches.
box family soap (66
bars).
bushel potatoes.
pkgs. Superior bis-
cuit.
cans raspberries.
pkgs. quaker oats.
quarts cranberries.


effect upon the grocery business if our


r16230.797 families spent $91 a year more for groceries? And
what about the farmers and wage earners who raise and manu-
facture the stock sold by the grocer? What of the mothers, chil-
dren and babie that now go hungry?

Two Nimble Little Nickels.
Each .:-i thrc t'.> circles pictured (page 20) represents, as a whole,
the ialue oi a nickel. The first circle stands for a nickel spent
i.or a mug ,:o beer and the two little sections cut out show
just how much .:,f the five-cent piece goes to the farmer for his
grain uise.d in making the mug of beer and how much to the work-
ingrtan in the brewery who brewed it. The second circle stands
for a nickel spent at the bakery for a loaf of bread. And here
again you can ice just how much of this second nickel goes to the
farmer for his wheat and to the miller and baker for their ..ork
in mail.ng the bread. When you spend that nickel f.:r the beer,
according to the census figures of 1905, you are pa.%rg to the
farmer onl> te per cent of the nickel for his grain and hops. and







20 PROHIBITION, AS AN ECONOMIC PROBLEM.

only seven per cent in wages to the man who works in the brew-
ery. That is, 17 per cent, or about one-sixth of the nickel spent
for the beer, benefits in its manufacture the farmer and
the workingman. In a similar way, following the bread back
through the bakery and the flouring mill to the farmer, the latest
Government Census shows that 37 per cent of the nickel spent
for bread goes to the farmer for his grain and 16 per cent to the
baker and the miller in wages, so that a total of 53 per cent, or
more than half the nickel spent for bread, goes back to the farmer

BEER OR BREAD-WHICH?
(Figures based upon the census of 1905.)






-







A NICKEL A NICKEL
Spent for beer. Spent for bread.
(For wages 7 per cent, for farm (For wages 16 per cent, for farm
products, 10 per cent.) products, 37 per cent.)
and the wage earner. The rest of each nickel, after paying the
farmer and the workingman for their work, five-sixths in the case
of the beer and nearly one-half in the case of the bread, goes
to pay railroad freight, rents, interest, profits and cost of retail-
ing. It makes a big difference to the farmer, the baker and the
miller whether that nickel goes for beer or for bread. The bread
gives them 53 per cent and the beer only 17 per cent, which is
a gain in favor of the bread of 36 per cent on every nickel spent
for bread, or nearly two cents. (1.8 cents.)
Now, two cents all alone is not much, but when more than
18 billion nickels go for beer instead of bread, as they did last
year, the loss to farmers and wage earners amounts to over
$330,000,000 a year. The 18 billion mugs of beer brought only
injury and loss to the drinkers and their families, but 18 billion
loaves of bread would supply one loaf a day each for a year to
nearly 50,000.000 people.






THAT TEN-DOLLAR BILL.


That Ten-Dollar Bill.
Three workingmen leave the shop Saturday night, each with
a ten-dollar bill in his pocket to show for his week's labor. One
spends his money to supply his family with shoes, another buys a
suit of clothes and the third "blows in" his money in a glorious
drunk at the saloon. Besides the important difference that two
men go home sober, and with their arms full of valuable goods
for their waiting families, while one goes home a brute and
empty handed, there is the further effect that the spending of
their money has upon other workingmen and farmers whose
labor produced the goods. What this difference is, is shown by
the diagrams on the following pages each of which represents the
value of a ten-dollar bill. Take the ten dollars that went for
shoes. Tracing it back through the shoe factory and the tannery,
it is found that $3.24 of it went to the farmer for his hides and
$2.35 for wages to the shoemakers and tanners. So with the
ten dollars that went for a suit of clothes, $2.31 was returned to
the farmer for his cotton and wool and $2.30 was paid in wages
to the spinner, the weaver and the tailor. But of that ten dol-
lars squandered for whiskey, only 49 cents went to the farmer to
pay for his grain and but eight cents in wages to the men in the
distillery. Farmers and wage earners together received $5.59
from the man who spent his $10.00 for shoes, $4.61 from the man
who spent his $10.00 for clothes, but only 57 cents from the $10.00
that went for whiskey. The rest of the $10.00 in each case went
to pay railroad transportation, rents, interests, taxes, profits and
cost of retailing. Farmers and wage earners get an average of
more than half the $10 when it goes for shoes or clothes, but only
57 cents when it goes for whiskey. They are therefore losing
about $4.50 on every $10.00 that goes into the saloon instead of
for shoes and clothes. Now, there were over 60,000,000 of these
ten-dollar bills that went for whiskey last year, which means a
loss to the farmer and workingman of $270,000,000 a year on
whiskey alone, to say nothing of the millions more that would
go to the railroad men and the retail clerks, but which is now
'.; ll.- .l up in profits by the saloon men. With $270,000,000
a year lost through whiskey and $330,000,000 more gone because
the nation lhu.'. beer instead of bread, farmers and workingmen
are dlb-rau.id :ti .:.er .(i0.000.(0ifi a year. The above facts are
based upon the G.:,%:rn rztn C,:.n'1; figures for 1905.






22 PROHIBITION, AS AN ECONOMIC PROBLEM.
When Drink Money Goes for the Home.
A workingman receives $10 on Saturday night for his week's
wages. The saloons are wide open and before he reaches home
his ten-dollar bill has gone for whiskey. He gets a drunk and
his family nothing but abuse. On the next Saturday night he
SHOES, CLOTHES OR "BOOZE."
(Figures based on the census of 1905.)


[___WAGES_
- Ill~l


EiM


TEN DOLLARS. TEN DOLLARS. TEN DOLLARS.
Spent for shoes. Spent for whiskey. Spent for clothing.
(To wages, $2.35, to (To wages, 8 cents, to (To wages, $2.30, to
farm products, $3.24.) farm products, 49 cents.) farm products, $2.31.)
receives another ten-dollar bill, but this time the Prohibition Law
has gone into effect, the saloons are closed and he goes home
with his money in his pocket. Now, being sober, he sees the
cheerless room with bare floor and broken furniture, and so,
after supper, he takes his wife to the furniture store and there
spends his ten-dollar bill. Another week, the saloons still being
closed, a ten-dollar bill goes for carpet, and so the home is trans-






DRINK'S RETURN TO FARMER AND LABOR. 23

formed. It is easy to see how the man and his family are bene-
fited by this change, but how is it going to help anyone else?
Look at these diagrams and you will see. Every time the man
spends $10 for whiskey we have seen that only 49 cents goes to
the farmer for his grain to make the whiskey and but eight cents
to the distillery workers. Nearly all the rest goes into the fat
pockets of the distiller and the saloon-keeper. When the man
spends his $10 for furniture $3.55 goes to pay the furniture mak-
HOME OR SALOON.
(Figures based on the census of 1905.)


--- S----


WAGES


___ .gp__


TEN DOLLARS. TEN DOLLARS. TEN DOLLARS.
Spent for carpets. Spent for whiskey. Spent for furniture
(To wages, $2.93, to (To wages, 8 cents, to (To wages, $3.55, to
farm products, $2.64.) farm products, 49 cents.) farm products, $1.85.)
ers and $1.85 for the lumber and other materials of the farmer, so
that more than half the $10 ($5.40) is turned back to the farmer,
lumberman and wood worker. Contrast this with the 57 cents
that f-rm-rs and wage earners get when the $10 goes for whiskey.
\\V ln ilF:1 $10 is spent for carpets the carders, the spinners and






24 PROHIBITION, AS AN ECONOMIC PROBLEM.

the weavers get $2.93 of it while the farmer who raises the wool
receives $2.64. Together they get $5.57 on every ten-dollar bill
spent for carpets. Here is a gain to these producers of just
$5 on every $10, when the money goes for carpets instead of
whiskey. And there were 60,000,000 of these ten-dollar bills
squandered for whiskey alone last year!

Distilleries, Breweries and the Farmer.
Liquor manufacturers lay strong emphasis on the market they af-
ford the farmer for his grain. What are some of the facts?
According to the census of 1905 distilled liquors called for raw
material to the value of $25,625,858, malt liquors required $74,-
911,619 and wines $5,693,394, thus enriching (!) the farmers by
a total for the three industries of $106,230,871. The internal
revenue report for the year ended June 30, 1908, shows that over
43 per cent of the entire barley crop and nearly 12 per cent of
the rye crop went that year into the breweries and distilleries.
Practically all the hop crop and molasses, equivalent to the en-
tire home production of the sugar refineries, besides large quan-
tities of grapes and other fruits, are required for the produc-
tion of spirits, beer and wines.
This is a strong statement if taken at its face value but there
are other considerations. At the most, the distilleries and brew-
eries take but a very small part of the farmer's total products.
The accompanying table of "Grains used in Making Liquors"
shows that 100,368,805 bushels of barley, wheat, rye, corn and
oats went into the breweries and distilleries during the fiscal
year ended June 30, 1908. But the farmers raised, during the
calendar year of 1907, a total of 4,166,013,000 bushels of these
same grains. And the table shows that only 2.41 per cent, or
less than one bushel in forty, of the total crop of these five grains
went for intoxicants!
The quantities and values of the total crops for 1907 were ob-
tained from the report of that year of the Department of Agri-
culture. Reports of the Internal Revenue Department show
the total product of breweries and distilleries and the total amount
of grains and other material of the breweries are based on the
census of 1900, which showed that on the average each barrel
of beer (31 gallons) required 94 hundredths of a bushel of malt,
29 hundredths of a bushel of barley, 12% pounds of corn and 97
hundredths of a pound of hops. On this basis, the 58,814,033
barrels of beer made in the fiscal year 1908 took 46,085,477
bushels of barley, 735,293,040 pounds (13,130,233 bushels) of corn
and 56.990,798 pounds of hops.






HOW LIQUOR HELPS THE FARMER.


Distilled liquors in the fiscal year 1908, according to Internal
Revenue figures, required 2,974,853 bushels of malt, 1,700 bushels
of barley, 11,756 bushels of wheat, 3,755,519 bushels of rye, 17,-
383,724 bushels of corn and 12,555 bushels of oats. Professor

HOW LIQUOR MAKING HELPS THE FARMER.


Barley
43.04%



Wheat
0.002%


Rye
11.90%












Corn
1.14%














Oats
0.002%


Each diagram as a whole represents the entire crop; the black, the propor-
tion used for making liquors.

Francis Wyatt, when director of the National Brewers' Academy of
New York a few years ago, estimated that it took 84 hundredths of


I I


I






26 PROHIBITION, AS AN ECONOMIC PROBLEM.

a bushel of barley to make one bushel of malt. Reducing thus the
malt to barley and combining the material called for above in mak-
ing spirits and beer, one obtains the figures in the second column
of the table.
GRAINS USED IN MAKING LIQUORS.
QUANTITIES FARM VALUES
Used for Per cent
Total crop Used for Total crops liquors used for
Grains 1907 liquors 1908 1907 1908 liquors
Barley 153,597,000 a 66,075,018 $ 102,290,000 $44,005.962 43.040
Wheat 634,087,000 11,756 554,437,000 10,275 .002
Rye 31,566,000 3,755,519 23,068,000 2,745,284 11.900
Corn 2,592,320,000 b 30,513,957 1,336,901,000 15,745,202 1.140
Oats 754,443,000 12,555 334,568,000 5,562 .002
Total 4,166,013,000 100,368,805 $2,351,264,000 $62,512,285 2.410
a comprises 2,500,577 bushels of barley used for spirits and
63,574,441 bushels for beer.
b 17,383,724 bushels of corn used for spirits and 13,130,233
bushels for beer.
No account is made of 898 bushels of "mill feed" nor of
5,527 bushels of "other material" used in making spirits for the
reason that no statement is made as to what these materials in-
clude. But they are relatively too small to change the results
materially.
Farm values of these five grains are those of the Department of
Agriculture.
In the diagram each section represents as a whole the total
crop of that grain raised in 1907 and the solid black shows the
proportions of each used for making spirits and beer. The height
of each section is proportioned to the relative total value of the
crop which it represents.
Cut out the liquor traffic and only the barley and rye farmers
could detect any practical difference in the grain markets. Even
with these two grains included the liquor industry uses less than
one bushel of these five grains in forty produced.
Hops, on the basis of the census of 1900, were used to the ex-
tent of 56,990,798 pounds in 1908 and 56,804,720 pounds in 1907.
The crops for the two corresponding years are officially placed
at 54,000,000 pounds and 60,286,000 pounds respectively. Thus
practically the entire crop would seem to go for beer. The de-
mand for molasses for spirits was 28,944,703 gallons in 1908
and 25,722,926 gallons in 1907. Our sugar refineries produced
25,200,218 gallons and 16,007,540 gallons respectively for these
same years, leaving several million gallons to be supplied by im-
portation. These by themselves seem large figures, but it must be
remembered that only eight per cent of the value of materials
used in making beer and spirits are in hops and molasses.





THE FARMER AND THE GINMILL.


The Farmer and the Ginmill.
A farmer raised 1,000 bushels of grain in 1907, which, at pre-
vailing home prices, was worth $565. Of this 1,000 bushels he
sold 18/ bushels to the brewer for $11 and 52/ bushels to the
distiller for $3, receiving in all $14. The brewer turned his 18%
bushels of grain into 438 gallons of beer which cost the people
who drank it, $219. The distiller made his 5% bushels of grain



374














In all the consumer paid $374 for liquor manufactured from 24


demand for 164 bushels of grain for which the farmer graiot only $14.
If this $374 had gone for bread rather than for beer or whiskey,
the farmer would have taken 188 bushels of grain to the grist-
mill in place of the 24 bushels bought of him by the brewer and the
distiller and the grain prices would have gone up under the incri for ease
demand for 164 bushels more of grain.
Or suppose e these drinking men had laid out their $374 in home
comforts, such as furniture, carpets, clothing, hats, hosiery, shirts,
etc. They would have been comfortably fed and clothed and
the farmer instead of getting $14 as he did for the grain made
into drink, would have got $156 for the materials used for these
home comforts.
When $374 is put through the gin mill the farmer gets $14 and
the liquor men $360; when it goes through the home-comforts
mill. the farmer gets $156 and the liquor men nothing-but the
merchant and the working man get $218.







28 PROHIBITION, AS AN ECONOMIC PROBLEM.

These figures are not given at random but are carefully es-
timated from data furnished by the Secretary of Agriculture, the
Commissioner of Internal Revenue, and the Census Bureau.

Reason for Conservative Estimates.

In offering these estimates as to the retail cost of the drink
traffic I am aware that I have placed the figures considerably lower
than those of late adopted in the PROHIBITION YEAR BOOK.
Any estimate partakes so strongly of the personal equation that
the careful compiler must hesitate to give his approval to figures tor
which he cannot personally vouch. These conservation totals have
never been questioned; the higher figures often have been, even in
the house of their friends.
Certain tendencies would seem to call for higher estimates than
those of one or two decades ago: The generally increased cost of
production which affects practically all articles of consumption, and
higher tax on spirits and beer by the Government. On the other
hand the growth of local prohibition laws has tended largely to in-
crease the jug trade, which doubtless lessens the cost of liquors by
the drink. The question is worthy of fresh and far reaching in-
vestigation.
Meanwhile, the user of this YEAR BOOK is offered his choice
of the two estimates, or he may easily construct a new one of his
own. Note that both estimates are based upon the same fundamental
facts, namely: "The official reports from Washington of actual
annual consumption of liquors." The differences are in the retail
cost per gallon of spirits and beer of domestic manufacture, and
in the question of dilution of spirits from the rectifier to the con-
sumer. Neither estimate takes account of those unknown elements
of "moonshine" liquors and the doctoring of drinks in the retail
trade. Whichever estimate be taken, the figures are awful enough
t make any thoughtful American hang his head in shame.


The production of completely denaturized alcohol during the fiscal year
ending June 30, 1909, totaled 2.370,839.70 gallons compared with the aggre-
gate for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1908, of 1,812,122.38 gallons. Of
specially denatured alcohol, during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1909, there
were produced 2,185,579.15. gallons as compared with 1,509,329.35 gallons for
the fiscal year ending June 30, 1908.

If anybody will take charge of all Boston's poverty and crime which
result from drunkenness, the South Congregational church, of which I have
the honor to be the minister, will alone take charge of all the rest of the
poverty which needs relief in the city of Boston."-Dr. Edward Everett Hale.







The Fraud of Liquor Revenue and License.

No fraud that was ever forbidden the privilege of the United
States mails ever robbed its victims more shamelessly than does the
liquor traffic in America.


DOES IT PAY?




U.S. DRINK BILL
52.000.000.000





TOTAL LIQUOR REV.
S335.000.000

Used by kind permission of James J. Doyle, Statistician and Engraver,
Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
No lottery that ever provoked Congress to national legislation,
prohibiting its shrewd game within the domain of Uncle Sam, ever
fleeced its infatuated patrons with such systematic depravity as does
the legalized trade in intoxicating beverage poison.
And even the highwayman, the burglar and the footpad rest se-
curely in a class above the maker and vender of alcoholic poison.
The startling distinction as pointed out by a famous orator is that
while the former, at the pistol point, insists upon "your money or
your life," the latter brazenly demands, and in tens of thousands of
cases, takes both.
The claim of the liquor traffic that it helps to pay the taxes of city and
state is completely exploded by examining the official figures of the United
States Census. In Special Census Bulletin 1902, Wealth, Debt and Tax-
ation," pages 976 et al.; and in Special Census Bulletin 1904 on Prisoners
and Juvenile Delinquents," page 65, are shown the aggregate public expendi-
rtre .. .:.1 c 4r.i r ,e .h:.:h i ,h- ;nl, Iraffic is a conspicuous factor. More
than f:1.1. 11111' iin 1 r *:'.jactl:I '2* -.;,;.172 for the particular years investi-
gaFtr..d i .:r.pr..ie. i i.-ru.ll, c..r Ib, Il:.llowing eight purposes: Law Offices
A,.1 .V.. ,...~u ri *....rc: M .Irc., ar..i [:.I.ce, Protection to Life and Property,
Ci.i:ri.ra..'.r. i i~ alhr,,. i' r. i i .irne and Penal Institutions.
Tle unm .:i :l i. :,..'.n .:.i1 c-.,....i.-. i, judges, students of crime and vice
Ila.:e ,J.:n 1..r. l if .. '. .e. :er-[ : this tremendous expense. At the
I...s.::I -iirnair drirk 1: r,:ip.'-.r ,il,: i.:., not less than 75 millions of these
r.hl <,:*iqr_ of .:l,,r.[ i. .jm-r..,iEras l..n f justice, and protection.
\\ ~en [ i ir .;: .l.)i rii .. i.. ir--e t:ite of punishing crime and protecting
life. .lIe i.. i lhe .Jr,-.I ,. u ,i ,,:i.-mi red with the $55,241,197, which the
Urnt, d islJo', Ca tn:: ih: .: i,.: I1,1-i.: traffic paid city, county and state in-
;cr-c-,i 1.C-cr, i f..i ,u .1- 1l: II C i s easy to see why the drink traffic
S- a p. f.a.in- irri i..r ...uri.-iral or state government, and why both'
i.:lld bte mill. r.ni -f .,:.Illr, L-ir.,r ..i. to say nothing of moral and social
ad J'nia. ', ..ir, 1II ITl', ir i siti -l-r n from the nation.







30 PROHIBITION, AS AN ECONOMIC PROBLEM.

The World's Greatest Tax Dodgers.
The liquor traffic, through its license system and its organized
methods of graft, has set a pace for evasion of civic responsibility
which is developing a huge class of tax dodgers among the larger
corporations of capital in trade and commerce.
In an interview with the Associated Prohibition Press, Frank S.
Regan thus epitomizes the way in which the brewer and the tax-
dodger compel the average man to pay the taxes they themselves
evade:
The average man little dreams of the way he is being robbed
in the name of 'taxes.' The poor man, the home owner, the
farmer, and the ordinary business man with a stock of goods is
made to pay his taxes, while the rich and influential financiers
and the millionaire corporations in many cases pay absolutely
nothing on millions. This is of vital interest in all cities where
a fight is being made against the saloon, as many honest men
think the saloon license money is necessary to run the town; that
a loss of such revenue would increase their own taxes.
The city, state and nation can have all the revenue they need
without the liquor traffic and without increasing the taxes of any
taxpayer who is paying his taxes now . I have come across
some startling facts in the course of my investigations; for in-
stance, one large city in the country, has $96,000,000 of the best
paying property not assessed one cent. In another instance, I have
found a single corporation that used to be assessed, and paid taxes
on $15,000,000, now kindly relieved of paying taxes on this sum
at all, and this corporation is neither poor nor hard-up, but is pay-
ing ten per cent dividends at the present time. In another case,
over $100,000,000 of property has not paid a cent tax for over
five years. Many great real estate properties in different sections
have escaped taxation to the extent of millions of dollars. Shrewd
laws have been slipped through Legislatures by which the public
in more than one state is being robbed of vast sums in the way of
public i..come.
America has the real aristocracy of the world, and this is why
so many of the aristocrats across the water marry over here.
Our aristocrats do not have to pay taxes; do not even have to lie
about it; have sufficient influence with the powers that be to have
themselves exempted from this unpleasant and unprofitable service.
That such conditions could exist in America, seemed almost be-
yond belief, but the facts in these cases are conclusive.
"Unjust taxation caused the American Revolution and separated
tl.is country from Great Britain. Unjust taxation is going to sep-
arate the true American citizen from the grafters, the robbers and
the corrupt politicians in this country, and float the American flag
high above the greed and lawlessness of today. In this new strug-
gle for justice and political righteousness the brewers and distillers
with their army of saloon keepers are going to go down in abso-
lute defeat, along with the other corrupting influences in Amer-
ica."







HOW CHICAGO SALOONS DO NOT PAY TAXES. 31

In Chicago and Cook County, Illinois, there are 7,400 saloons with
stock and fixtures valued at a low estimate of $15,000,000. Based
upon an assessment of one-fifth of this amount, which is the legal
ratio, the 7,400 saloons should pay into the public treasury of
Chicago and Illinois an annual tax of not less than $225,000.
As an actual fact their aggregate personal taxes certified in
the official report of the Board of Equalization, are less than
$1,500, or less than one per cent of the personal property assessment
which they should pay! This is one example which illustrates the
way in which the saloon and the brewer behind it, (75 per cent
owned by brewers in Chicago) dodge taxation while the ordinary
citizen has to pay more proportionately to make up the difference.

Civilization Vs. The Saloon.
A full page editorial in the June number, 1909, of the Woman's
World, the widely known Chicago magazine, which has a circula-
tion exceeding two million a month, thus graphically epitomizes the
case of civilization against the liquor traffic:
"The saloon is certainly having a hard time of it-and the worst
is yet to come." How has all this come about? Mainly four things:
The cold, clear conviction has finally soaked into the system of the
average man and woman that the biggest part of current crime and
pauperism can be as easily and directly traced to the door of the
saloon as a clothes-line can be traced from one post to another;
that dirty politics, town graft, city graft and big municipal graft
and all the soiled machinery of bossism stick as naturally and as
inevitably to the licensed saloon as burrs stick to the curly coat
of a shepherd dog; that the license money which the people os-
tensibly receive from the liquor traffic is a mere drop in the bucket
compared to the actual cost of the liquor traffic to the community in
which it is permitted to exist; that experience has shown ab-
stinence to be a prime requisite to success in all legitimate business,
and that the saloon is not only a menace to this condition, but is at
the same time a parasite on every other branch of trade and com-
merce."


In its astounding growth of prohibition sentiment the south is in harmony
with the most progressive thought of the age, which has come to recognize
that there is no money which flows into the coffers of the state so expensive
as that which comes from liquor licenses.-The Herald, Washington.
Gentlemen, you need not give yourselves any trouble about the revenue.
The question of revenue must never stand in the way of needed reforms:
but give me a sober population, not wasting their earnings in strong drink
and I shall know where to obtain the revenue."-Gladstone.







32 PROHIBITION, AS AN ECONOMIC PROBLEM.

The Failure of License in the Large Cities.

Instead of being a financial aid in municipal government, the
saloon breeds and fosters every species of corruption, and instead of
being an important factor in public economy, it does not, as actual
fact, help pay the taxes in any large city of the country.
The relation of the saloon and the liquor traffic to municipal
government in the United States is suggestively epitomized by
Robert H. Patton in his recent debate with a liquor champion:
"What is the net result with our American cities which have tried this
license system for half a century and over? Practically every large license
city in the United States is in a deplorable financial condition. New York
City and Chicago, the two leading ones, are hopelessly in debt and are contain.
ually clamoring for more power to tax the people. Our own city of Spring-
field, in spite of its $100,000 of blood money, has for years had to anticipate
its taxes and constantly report current obligations unmet. I challenge you,
sir, to name one city in America where the license system of raising money
has brought about good financial conditions. It has not only loaded down
the city with the expenses of caring for the products of the saloon, but it
has foisted upon the American cities a horde of worthless and corrupt public
officials who have squandered and dissipated public funds and built up a sys-
tem of extravagance and graft which has disgraced us before the eyes of the
whole world. We must confess with shame the failure of our American munic.
ipalities, and in doing so we must place the responsibility where it chiefly
belongs-at the door of the license system.
The license system of raising money does not shift the burdens on to
the liquor dealers; it shifts the burdens of government on to the shoul-
ders of those least able to afford it-first the unfortunate slaves to appetite
and next upon the wives and children. Look at the women and children
thrown into competition with men in the labor market by this traffic. Talk
of child slavery! Is not this the chief cause? Do not the women and chil-
dren starve and shiver in the cold without homes and comforts while the
husband spends his money in the saloon? I ask not only does it not pay,
but how dare we continue this system and claim to be men?"
Saloon-keepers have degraded American cities and American
civilization, as can only be expected," declared S. S. McClure, head
of the McClure Publishing Company, of New York in an interview
in Los Angeles, Friday, February 26th, 1909, and, lie continues:
"Men selling liquor ally themselves with semi-criminal char-
acters and combine with them to degrade city governments. This
is especially true of Pittsburg, San Francisco and NewYork, where
in many cases saloon-keepers combine with capitalists who want
franchises to dominate municipal affairs. Thus the liquor men and
their allies are allowed to violate the laws and are granted special
privileges and the result is that the people are given a saloon
government.
"The movement against liquor is not temporary. It is gath-
ering force and will continue. I find in traveling over the country
that the liquor question is one of the tr" i:. -.nsilu,-u. issues now
in existence. The other is municipal gp.:..ri,.o-nr "

The regular tax collector takes from the people and turns over
nearly all to the government. The saloon-keeper in that role
takes from the people and turns over nearly all to himself."-
The People.








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offer and r, : h ....I a ,, r.I A
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pointed .. t I I. tl I.: n : ul I th, I ,4 r I a l : tI
trem end ,,,! ,,',g ..t th : . r Et h, -' ,', L.
an obstru-:,-, i ,, ,ll ,.... r. r. cr,:
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sure m ,, ,- -t Il h I, col r rn n i i- il tI- il l i
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ven tors O il: t a< ], 1 ,. 'r rl,,,r~t 11 1.-. rs.:t ,] t,, ::,,
their m ,.i r ,, thL l ,.:: ;zI Lt, z,: rq rli,. ., : Irh, r- .-f Ih A
liquor f- .n I h i :,- h l r., r, ,. i .. a : ,r -F.'e i .] i.:. ii ilt .,
w without ,d 1,,- I,.. .. I,,1h- .r 1,, : a arl. ir-L-i e 1.-- ill,
Crown.
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calculated ".,, : ':.r rl.. 1 r.- .. :.o -r. 11 ., Il,- l| ...0 ..
industry. an. I 1,, t :r.. ..1' n.ar,|..nrt [ th..1t th, r,. j t' tal
engine tlht r .,: r,,r=:J '1 ." - ,: -. b . ,,-. t',.
th a t a r e .,r- i ..l I 111,.l ill I., l. l1.1 :,... ii,.:. I'. f. -- r ," rl .,rr
l i m b s w i l l I .. b i r v . 1 1 ,! [ I r :, : ;, ;
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The Liquor Curse at Close Range.










Where Drink is Breeding Anarchy.
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B utler .,1 i h i .:1.-, 1 ;i i ,,lr r i , 11 .. ,, i ar ,'. T hi
case al. ih,: Ib.,r r h, ,: i n r . 1 -. III m. l jJr *,' : I ], i' : in ,. l-'h .
a s sta l'. z .- l:'1 .. 1'1. ;, l ,]i rll l i., ['1. '1 1 i ,I -.1 n 1 I[r I
have 1 .1,I a : "r u l r -.:,..r.J ..' 3a..l. .:.. : s ] I ,I .- ; . th.-i r
seventh. -I .,ur ,( I l : "- l i.,..r ;:i lh : ",:II *,'. ."

Flashlights on Drink-Gripped Chicago
C h icc.g .I i 1. ] ',, l -i,. '. ..:.llII i ,r l .r, .i. i: l ,;.- | I :,

know s." .1 r.-i- : rl. F ... ---it l . 1 l r.h 17. 1''. rh,lTr ir
m any ]-li ,.. r..l. I I F-- '._lhi.' ,- .- pl'l :--: l,:i L II
liquor . rh. lii,.- ri '. rl - l r :" r .r I l I ,. Ih F ,. .: al .-.: r ,.-
lment i .-r. l
In thl r ;,.' : mc,, ,' ," '. l.'a .. :.* r "- s 'i .:r :.r l.. :
C hicag., I. i nd -.-i.1icr 1.-aco. ,i nli r. i In l *,a'.i .:...
M arch 1. I''(":' ai.ld
I l,,t. l.. ,l "r. ,r .,r .. .r .' ", i [Il l ,i ,r, hi _-.':, I;,i r |I.. i ,'r
is sold ll,... l '. : n d ili, ,, a.' n ,. I I r,. .' i, h ,:.' ..,
to day il ,' l ,,' ," I K .. . : ., .i 1 M'1.. ii. K'. ,,...i .l '
C hi,. h:- : 1-.... ,.:,h 2d ., r ..h I n -h : ar IMi.. .- ,I,..r,,row, r
and v\ iil .j1. l 'I I.. r al- ,'l
H ere r, l, i 'h i m r. .',. ...l rl' r Ir . l .. r E..,. r: .
w idel Imil. ir .' n' ,",r .i]U r .r ,' ; i. -n ,l'-. Ir
m ade i. ;'.: ,",.. ; ,,, i .... .,'I; I... ..r. rlf, P rp l .I i in r, "
Confer n,.- I _li.:.-,.... iM l., .J I' r''
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tem p t~ l.' 1 .r,: : ..: ... .I. I ,... 1.: li .: l i Ir l.l.. Ill,.. t l-l ,- : 1i. r-
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tem pt ,I r : ,, i l. I... r,'i r -1 .. lIli 11l .1I rln.: -
siona i: ,1,, I, rl, .r, 1 :ir, ;i ;.'till.l 1-., lh h .l,.,il :: .r'-
w h ile l-: ",r ; i ...;,., .! l. ,,, 1.- !:.ri..: i r ..l:,' ll. .n L ,r... za, ..
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it out .-, l'l

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th is b .) .>.i ii ii .. .r .?..rii.,. .:L r ...i lr-' .:r ,1.r d111. r,. o r
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1.r .,I :hli'rlt i 1-i' IIIi i I lil-l. :r : I *: lo d. riri ,i- ri negating 286
I .r [lie -r ih l. i r ]iij r l l '1 i,.1 ..la .r at nrr'it 155 m en.
,...i ]. "ill rl,. ,.l li.' :. I .. pl.:.-,, .. g ,ni .h .:.r, : hi arges w ere
filed, are traceable to drink. This statement will apply, it is
believed, to similar departments in all the large cities of the country."
From another point of view, the liquor-sodden politics of Chicago
are startlingly arraigned by the special Grand Jury in that city.
which, during its session in November, 1908, returned 179 indict-
ments, and made the startling charge that from the facts coming to
our knowledge we express serious doubt whether there has been an
honest general or city election in Chicago for years past," and in
their report filed an exhaustive list of crimes which for years had
hee'n the tnorl:-in-tridp of official lirqunr-qllied Crafters and election
.: r,,. :. l


No Necessary Evils in Municipal Government.
*l.rF JI, :, ,,.,.c:i i',r il ... li ..:., iinniii *J..clared Forn er
.7, 1.. ..'. Il' v /- I. .:,if 1' I:..'rl 11i i tirrin address before
e. En Ii ...::.. E .:. ,pl.t i-lIur.: h ih i L.... F-i.rLu.r., 28th, 1909, and
c.: ll r n.l! l. lle .J ..:l. i rs.,J :
I rirr.n;l '-lih l.:1i .-I -.. J "1 l :i; ir,. r.. iide behind the
l r ,,I" I, .. ._ 1.il. m .
I h.: ri, ,.-i i.. -[. i,: .n i,'. in.if'-il ...r ir. r:iii : in the U united
Sri.ir. .i ., .it. c .. :rr.in. .. 1. i, f, .,ir, i,..i by the people.
IP'. ,, i : i i:. .ill.. i. .. .: :t *rr.r,._ .i r:]ii. l.,.i .. ,1 m morality w ho
h--i l..,-l;r tl.J tli.n ti h- p1i li.: .r ic : 'p.:-rI' i.:.n .a-iiJ l e saloon. T hey
.ii li ,'.:.];,il. ti.,; li'L I. l.,. ..-i-i ith crin 'in-i l ri..hI ind the crim inal
p[,..r. T h : iv il. l:,1% ..:au .. h.: !".'.'Il.I' J n.. rui l. '

.,r'. F. CE l,. Ic l'.r **. .r Ihirr ...ri :, : ii:h I, -:.ing m merchants
aidJ ..l,, : lir.r :.1 ,:'i. ni :. -,'.c.:, nid I:,i tl'hir .en years iden-
ritir- '..th i he l M pil, ., l \',:.r I ,,, fl C.r i .' Association,
;n1l1 Il. I. .; il.lr -i ,:.I.ri I :;-i1, ...- i ll-t .1-. ind state, thus
[. 1., l : ...\ i[.. rnc- ,.il. tit r ll i..i.i r ral'l'.: in i.- litics :
'N.:. I -.J n..t ] i.. .ithir r ..r r,,i l'r ..h l.ir,. r, r the best way
1i: .:. Al h .Ill .,r ,.1. 1. l. I .1:, I n -.:.. j nJ i kn.... t as the result
-f ihi r i i.. .n _. .,:,T.n i i n .:. ii. .l ] in 7r i1. affairs, that
hl .. i:r.hi .hIin, i., pre-p.:.,Jr.rnii. .. i i. t r ir. ull.: : .mes from the
i' i',i:!'ii .tllrt.- a.iI -.il. f 1al.. h 1 .:.r1,: 'li: ,r I I p,' .riTges purposes,'
anrid i ,. w, i 1 1_.I :.-r hli p i,:f iiipr.q r :'', Ili i .: rs that be that
thli .L .: ..n i iii I ... l':i,'...l ii i l .,ni i ..ii ril..r.il grounds and
uin..J r L.:.-'i t ii' .i.all. r]:n mr ...: . lI 1-. .:. -ri '. the third of
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Frombiitbiun Pri-dsitntiaI Canjidaite. 1872-1908.

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Direct Temptation Reduced to a Fine Art.

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As Seen From Behind The Bar.
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th i.. th.: br.-: r ni ..J +:.lt:ri lh in lgI : 3 .5 p r I:_ I ; p r...6. "
.._n th,- L.-cr It l ic pri-: le r:4.. it Ih. At l i: .'1 :.!li1 .:.n trl,:A iIn tIl .
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f.-,r a].' 1.ran. .:f I u..,r th t ,t a; lle. ic._r ." th.t hi -i r ',:'; i|l : a. cra3L dC
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44 METHODS OF I:_R'.. .N iEL LI,.''R. IR.- II -

"even the m arrived nr., t- I-. .* :l..- i a ni -r .-. ..I jt Ia-, r '.
per cent of their wag. i [I. i, ... ai.t iiLm., .:.I1 ri-i, ,r,:.r.. 0. ,J
finally that in m y rni Il., ..- : .1, .:, ,:... 1..(.:., a... L..-ln, ., Tl .
bar, I found that l-. 1. l..1 ii j .1.. ..

A Saloonkeeper's Confession.
One of the niost e .tra.:,..J, .ar.. .1, :l.:.I..m.r r l.- i. L 1.- 1.-r .:.i
debates is a letter 1.1,i.:. Pi iJ.:r A[ :!.,,r .:-.: ... ir.:.i.. a -il
known saloon-keeper :. i :.1.!.:. I.:... Li ,i,..l.i ra l .. Ira :,
from the letter in t i .r ii_: -i .- .l' 1 I ili -,i, j. :.ri l ii U.iI IIri
whole correspondenc.- : 1 ,r, ii. ii .n il Ii l.iili.-,4li .:.I, ili- li].:.r
business from the st'o.l11...:.,n [ ,:.i i.: ,i'o t I.. iin.1 li., r.
Before making us- :.l ri. Ilr-r. I-'r. .irt L ,.-l,: r:..L. al
pains to prove its dlirl .- l.: 1. a .l ).: i] 11.01 it i: .:i a ill .
written by the propri.i.:.r .:.r I L..:.r.r ,:i .i :, il.:..:.i. ,idr:.. l r i NI.:. i:.-4
M onroe Street, Tole !.:.. i'lb .:. Th :i.-, .... r :..:.
by name, has become *l, ri ;.i r, ..l iin :I. i-.[ . :.n ,ril] ai rh .:. J..
went out of business i .Ia 1 I'. i' i I i i-. :lr i... .:. I In ; .,(:r::.i,:i l
experience, and his r.:.i .1 q :[.:.n: i :.r 1 :1 :arI .I., ir:.,.
Mayor Rose deserve ili i t *Ii.'iildi .:.i' I
M r. Bartholom ew ': I.lr-: .: . i r:: r Il.- :..i li ..i.. .:.i ',
old saloon-keeper of jia.I, - .. "n.'r N :' Ij. t. ii, ll I ll-
fledged saloon-keeper rll : ,r 1**:. I l. :.I rlh n, la...
business," he writes. i li.r i :I'i.ii, i ,n i I.:.lI. i" :,'-. 11iih
equals the waste prc.!i :,.i I., .' I ii ,. i .:I.-. l'r. ,, I.
ginner year after ye l I aii:l,.J I i o .J ., .I.p in,. .
and tim id drinker tc ... l, a .i r.a,. .llir. [.. ull .11 ..
and all times.
Liquor is the prcii.:-i*.r .,i io-a rl, . i \ i .'k .. 'k .... r.I
the whole week thr iij h. i.. ..r liil i.r.,ni, .-I.. : 11 Id r l .. ,
night they receive ti.,r p'. ii l I i. i .ri. I iTIr .r nii,: .
saloon, just to take ii._. ..r r .:. .Ji i r. I. .r ,.: il.. .. r ii, .r il,. r
hard w week's w ork. ( ,,i i r.. I lI- .l .:.:.. ,, .i... [i-i, ir i,,,
their shop-m ates, f- .. li.: i.. I. -.- J.'.:l .. -. iia
drink on me.' W ht lihar mi i t. i., ... ll I,., ,.
another on m e.' A iI r. ..,i J i ,n ,1 .. .r.ir -'., ti.,: i i :
they are stim ulated I- rih.r ,l...r-. Ili I'.< r.i.r...r.-ri i l.. I, i l
w week's work. They or, i,11l ..I -.11. I.,' I : .... :. r., i 1 I.,.,-
suggests a gam e of .!, :, i.ii *-i l. I iI 1 ll. : --l... .. II: '. .
them H e is good f al.--it in i. . .llr: r '..... ..'i .1 il, t.,un 1,.
and m aybe m ore. -' .ill: r.-, ....,:.i. ..rr .11 fll.-.l 1 i 'iJ
begin to realize that lr, ., r.i.r .hI: i-i at It r ii : -.L-1 l ,i II i -
a boisterous, stagger,1. a-ii II. i r.. .. i.r i'.l, .1 .l.-. i.r_-
bunch to appear befcr.. ri . .- 1 Ii,, r :.:rlii r al. i : I r .lr, l:
and blear-eyed, witi, Ialt ..I i,, n i'l rn... .. .- -:
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48 METHOD- 'F ''I ,..:.,'EFi Li'.,-'_P i R. ii[ Ii_.

Law Defiance By System.

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public sentim en i ... .:.i: I ,.r . r i . i .. r, .
riously, som e of ll.: 1ir, . I. I.r. II i 11. I'1. L. ,.. 1
engaged during il- I-.! I ... *. i. r .l,.:i l I *.: : i .
definite and syEr i.-i. '. ,-.. I|,..., ,..i L: I'. ...-

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of their deparln .. i ..i i l riL li.ii 'r.1. ri.: h ... ..riii .. i II. .u-
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officials in local i-'i: ..i, : ..I. tri,' [lr. li..ii h- ji .:.
O f co u rse in tl,.. ,i.-, i. :l I n l ..:.' .. ,.: .. I 11.. .. I l -, ., tl.: I. ii.:.r
m en have found r l ., I ,. ...,i, i ii 1 I tl, .1 .i]r .I .r, ..'.. l.-
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liquor tax es up 1. I ... 1 Iri l ll.3:r I, tI i l.:, ... I i.. 1l.:.- i l I.
dry districts.
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the replies to 1' -: : : ., ,l ,l .,.* .-.i1 1.1,: h : ,.:1-: 1 !.....1 .I iL ., :
League, on pages i.'. .1. I I. l I i. ''' i : i.:-- : .: r : -
dinary evidence .I il I .t I1, 1 1 -I I II I. 11 ". ; .:.. -.. .. .
carried on by th. b.ja I--. ..r- i i -.iirllh.. I 1., lr.: ..l...r 1 ', :~. iri
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in w hat w ay the *. n 1 ...-.- p:r :.l ,n I.. r.. .Ihlli. I r n. [
hibition districts i l.. '. r.. r.. . i i .: .:. .. i.
President Dicki. ,r.. *.,.,n, ln.ii

O ne friend w :'..r. t r ia i-.. F'r. .l1il i ,,:., i....n .:.!' H- ', r lir illi -
nois, the follow i,: I. tr-.r r i.: F r.. lili..r . '.:..i'. i :
G entlem en : I1 lih r .. '. t i in:r .. u ... .l .. li.11 .I r
section of Egyp: r. II i i,. i I.r 'n.:l .:. I .,:.: [ l I'.
m e in w hat w ay :,I .7in l i.i i,,r II.. : ii ... ...I .
as to escape de..-.:i ... I . r..p .: i ii 1 i. .r.ii. .
conditions of sa.: 1 ,,i 1.m1i Iiin
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ticulars as to pi.r- r i : .:. I.it -i ..i .:. ii i -. -- ,r. -, i..! r..
W e should c. 1 . .. r .. 1.I... -; .i, r ., I i i r .i i I l, .:. r I.,, r.
and w e can cither ,Ir ri i.:. ri _,.:.. i: i r.:.in, ... ..r : .,,, in ', .
casks that have *", i,-r,.: ''.*, ,:,. i,..: ..i..: i .,._ r t.rr..I
W e could send ..,ri I... i i. ,. In i ri r ,l:., .rl..r. ir, i a, ,.) ,..
w would inquire v i,. l r [-. rr n r. ,..,-,t ,.:.. .,r : i .r :., i ,
you. . W .. ll ur o r r 0...,,, .,, Ie, I . .. ..
tom ers, and hop.. i:,. L,:. r i.: il ..,i :.: .r 11'. i l. :- r .-: T illr r ilr l-i. ?
return mail."







E[ :E\\F.F; i:. i.ELSS CH.:.ii'F F I.. \V DEFIANCE. 49

The Pabst Brewing Company, asked for similar trade from a
" dry county of Michigan, revealed their everyday attitude toward
this sort of thing by eagerly encouraging their supposed prospective
customer and thanking him for his request. Similar inquiries
brought similar responses from the Schlitz 1 i- r~ng Company, from
the Joseph Schultz Brewing Company, the Jung Brewing Company
and the Gutsch Brewing Company, all beer firms of Wisconsin's me-
tropolis. In fact. the replies, plainly betraying the brewing companies'
understanding of the supposed legal status of their prospective
patrons, were in several cases in the form of printed circular letters,
showing the backbone of the blind pig" industry in prohibition
states is, in reality, the big brewer in the license cities of nearby
license states.

The Brewers' Endless Chain.
,' ,'a:.".. '. -, .. ,' ;., .. ,.. '.;. -..' new" s bureau is
i: n tvi, In .ll.. r in. r:--n r i, .. Thl re are still a few
t.linl [.,4:rs : I:.:..:.r -r -. rid !i.j,..r I: .-breakers left in
K .ii : Ltit.' i.:r. : 1'i', .1 .' .... i. ll i. in its issue for
Itli': I'.-'. "'i:., :,r- I'rin:n.ce' I' tli: ..-:l-I le liquor houses
,i .1 11, Il'- .- r .. I.ir i.l-rri.:,l l,:p .:.t.1- .. l .:. spend thousands
S..t-" J.,ll. r i r, Il.'jl u jiil] !r,, rll. t:. .--lucate the people
,:.f :.thi r -'t ire th l t the i.,lin:r: r:.h lib t..r-,' i -v is a failure."
V\..'h .t jr. ]: id l .i i' ir .ir iLrcu ur, ir.. argument against
F'r: .it:,.i ..I h'. i.i .: I,. .i.r,.J I ilr your law-breaker
.I F[.. li' l.. I.l';,' [ul' ro.nl l It i .1I or so, and then
li ,.':.i: r c~J ..r.I .'.'r' il. i.: . rl i i ur. In .11 the colors of the
r:nlt.:.- i.:.i thle .-1 1 1.!,.- r -r1. I. rii: i. i t in any one or all of
tlie Lt I li:.'Il;:-l.l pr. .I t.tI : t '. -i LnC i tlihr-.:- hout the country.

i','t L.f i h: I .r I I.:..n, ..I '.- irr:.r in u ler the excise law
in rIt .:'l: r ll.., In ., ii': r. :, I'.".I l ill. i :. .r less than one fifth
,.. .,ne- per :'-re rt'-i.r-l j inr. niri.hnr liir *.. the slightest conse-

.,L c t it n '- tijii:.ri ,ri .7rl.jA ..i -I... nl-,r there are m ore blind
p[i- in inul.: r:.o- k in I .'.r- lit : lic ... ,'..:..st strongly license
ni. ,i Sh i Ar -. ihi.,, .r ,nr,:. i 'l, r rO:.rininity in the State.
Th ,r' .- r: .r Il '--'n and FSr:. I .li r.- p : n 1ih i two towns.
Iii l'0JW thi r- ...' -.i .312 c:r. t. ii v.. : 'l.n:"i-. penitentiary who
,c:ini- r,...r 1, liciien-II .:.Tnril rji11 ,i. l 2..'2 from the 58 "dry "
c un 'i-_ [n -ipro:l-.rtiri .n ti.- tli p,.-piolt r .'t. fo.:r Governor in 1906,
:.nih 2? pr crEr cnt -hul hla\ -:,-ri- i -:'r'. il'. v" wet" counties, but
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The Official Roll of Liquor Dealers.

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LIQUOR L't: i.M i: -i:'TEPi.L. PE"E:'-iF F:EF- :L F' I :.-
States and F.r.I.I .' I. 'r-.I I. . T-. l
Territories I...-c L I' L I i : l., I.,rl l1
Alabama (a) 1.T; '' :^ '
Alaska ..... : .
A rizona . .. I *', 1 ...... '.
Arkansas ... .*4 1 1 i! ,. 1 1,I ;
California ... 1 1.; 4 7 1 .;
Colorado ... 1 I' l ,' . 1 *-' 1 4 '.**" "' 1
Connecticut 11 1."' ; 1 1 .1.1, '."I
Delaware ... '"* 1' .
D. of Columb-, 1.' ). .- 1. 1 1.
Florida ...... ;I 4 1 1 1 .
Georgia (a) . 1 I 1 1 '
Hawaii ..... -
Idaho ...... 114 1 I 1 .
Illinois ..... 1 2,,.4 4' i 1 1 .
Indiana ..... P '*. 14 I 1 '
Iowa ....... 22
Kansas (a) .. .. I ) : .- : 4
Kentucky . '':
Louisiana ... '. .,'. l**. 11 ". i
Maine (a) .. ; 4 I ; .
Maryland ... 97 1 1 .. 1.* I
Massachusetts 14: I 712 .!1' 4 11
Michigan 1 :: I .
Minnesota . *.. l I .'
Mississippi (a) 4 4 1 : 1
M issouri .... 1 -: .' '-
Montana ... . 1 I *
Nebraska .... 41 4- 1 '
Nevada ..... I; 5 ~.
New Hampsh.r-: 'i -' '2 1.'. 1 I
New Jersey .' !i .' 1i'' !
New Mexico 1 1 1 1 4in
New York .. .27; I 4
N. Carolina ( 1 .1 '1 I o 1
N. Dakota (a; 1. 4 1 r
O hio ....... 1! 1 . .. "1. I ... ,
Oklahoma (a) .. 1 -
Oregon ..... -' 1 .
Pennsylvania ." .'i-' 1 ."r
Rhode Island 1 '. .1 .. 1 ,'
South Carolir 1 .' 4I, '
South Dakota .. 1 1.'. 1 1
Tennessee .... 4. I I '' I : ", l'.-
Texas ...... 1 1 .. .
Utah ....... 2 I 1 5
Vermont ... . -'' '
Virginia ... .' 1 4 ". 71 i l 1 ?. .
Washington . 1 -:- l 1 4 i
West Virginia 1 1 1 7 '' 1 1 .1
W isconsin ... 1 .; 1 11 1 1 1
Wyoming ...... 1 .1
Total ....... 1 .' .1 1 ".1 '' '" 1
Previous Year 1 .. 1.1 e14 !.7J .. I7
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The Wiles of the Drink Devil.

The liqi,..r r fr i Ia ji J .. J J1 .J ;l i:i,..'J u ll,. l ] ; i, i .i
tem pt in h -..: .r: rT. i .1. li, ,- .... r. I. I .. 1 r .- n. -li l l, ir
adopting ,. ... ..i..... .I ro',-.. ...*j 'l J.-'.':- .. h .. jr .J i .. :. it
their purr ii
W h ere l ,.i. I , ; :, I : j. l i ... ] isr i'.. i i., i ., i 11 ,.1, ...-
would be r. .i- l rn l .Irl.- .. r ...r .-.: jr.;- ...r r -.j,l, r ll.
m ents issi .,1 i .. . i: i '' i i .-r ii . i li-. ....
hope of ( :ii r. i" i.r.: i .I- -, i ..;- lii, ipr.-r-IC : [ l-..L.. I
respectable i r,-c: . -, I I, l. r -.
B y ever ,I ,.f: 1, '. ar,: w r, I ,il eh,--.rt ,; L I,,t -: , t
brew er n,-, ic. h.; I-i : 1-.u V ,1, ,- r. r . . ..1 ..,I1,
" Business -i- L.. .* I..i.. iiir' J : '. p.-
for Local :. -I t i ... I., .r [I.-. .,
liances," a..1 :l'., l ..2 : : i...J ... I : i Il .-i
MIasquerl.JT -.-r- J i tr l .i:tl irJ i. i.-. ( 1' : J. i -r.. .l. .. L rhc t-"
m akers at, i. ., a l .i ; r.. r ,: -.ri ,I , 1I .1[ !. -" .
every one rl. I I.... P I P . r .- ilp,- ip. . ,,J ..I .
try to the ..'.
O ne sin.:.I r II ... .pP i... .' r "i, .r ni r I :,: t ..
the Liquol I i, I, .: : t. ..r r -. ..-,r J
Instead 1 .. 5- i n 7r,. .,i ,',' r I'.I ; .. r I .r.1 -.
R crie t- 7 1, Ill .. p *' ti- .'.. .- p. I i it 'i .
F ire T ate .... I ,. .i1 .. .rt .: l ,1. i, .I I...
traffic no .'. .: LF.r -It 1 I' .,, ; ,
Wine ann 1'. .' ....1 r I., i i ''* *
A m erican c' ,. ;I i -L .'I,, b., E- ,. :, F .
P atriot, B r . F -. i,. F i.
sector.

T he C ,o j. .1 .. l. r l, I .-,I I' ak. m 'iI : ir.;il 'I 1. .
by the br. ... r II, Ir. .. rr. i..u ,, .i l l r i [. r, .*. 'fr it r -
hibition ..:l.'l _i l l1 -, I ... : u r.il .1- ,r.: \ i l lir ,. i,
C ollier's .l ., .. i. rM.r. I 13. I II,' l : :. r oI -: r I I.-, I .r
press rnm i r .- iriul t i l p lCrp .. r.:.rr. :I.:.nl.1 n.h ... I r..r. .r
L ou is, b :, : ii . -i, l, .: ,P1. r F.p ,'i i,.:. n'',, .. I",,t 1i r. I, l' 1..'
in the C ,i. -. ri b l .rr -r.. I.i, l [, : h, r, ; ,P I,, -hr. ..,rI
situation l. u ...., l I .,:r; I..Li:r l. r. t r- :r r. i.- r'
voter in lliro.: .. r ri i.: l .:':''".. ':( I 'IlI : : *.'r* r [1r r. r ,. I1
A s a r-: ,I IT I i'. : ,tP-.:.,i MIr Ir. .I .i' ... rp:.1 [l. i p, L '.i.-
d o A dv i:, -,i r1 .:. ,. .:., llip. .i, ...-: -*: l.I I .'I I:'
agent of i ,. I-.r ,' r r l I r.:. I .1 i '.. fr. M.i i r f'.., : I Il,-
" ed itori ll I n r. I, r .n l ,' ...- r,..-l: ..i .,irr :. .i ..
" backed I.. 11.: I rr.: -r ,i .l :.n l. n i ll :. .. mI .1 i .: [.:l:.ei
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insert tl-e Ir i .:. .. r .... ri -.1.:.i i Ihr ...:.r- ( . 'l. .i '.i
w e w ill ... i i- r : i 11-- fr. uh,1 .'n. .. I ,_ ,: ,1.:. 1l,,] ,d; 0 .
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n ew p ag-: III i,...., i. i r .:. ..n r I'., ,1 ,,,.j .tr:. I I. I r
additional .:- r i hi,1 -.. .. I. 1 .1i .1 .- 1 lii, Iir r',. .,.n -- r
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I I, ri 1. i, .:r' l l n. I .n 1- I ,1n I. 1- .. r 'i j ..l . .,
turn. For r .. n. r.rn...i-. II. I,,luor interests have rested secure
in the bell I l.-i iIr ..1:.1i I-.'-t down all opposition, break all
ordinance,- Ii'.n-'c rh iir ai~lirn.r with bad politics, through the
use of ta ii.! r.1 i.. ,. n.:. that political alliance is struck
from und'.r il,r 1,.1, rl', I.'.:.. no other way of fighting; they
are both pjrl, .: ,i.J -..-i-n iin 1 'Icir futility."


The Busines Men's League Dodge.
IT In,: .I 1 | : .. : L i. L .. ,,i. :i I r-..1 . rI,- ., ..r fam ous
l,..1 i .rl'l r .' h ,- r .'. .. "I rh .- l l.. i...' ..' '" I ..1 ..:.": l T h ese
.* *.1.. : : l. II -. I :.-.. . 1i .r I. I. i i I.ulJr 1 Social
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, I,: 1 .1 h- i r. 'i. i, I, I. ,-i I ,! |.. ..1r. -.1 i I : alition
'i ii I .l, i. I i* . II,* ' ... ..i r these
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54 METHODS OF OR, .'.. i.tLL Li.'l_'. K 1":3. TiC.

never have been formed. Ti. ri 1.:.'.. Ii Cl i,..::, -: ..- J: .ul
be closed but for the 'orgarn,'.t..,r i il.- i~nr, .-j .:..-:,[:.-
I am not a saloon-keep-r m:. :lt. Liutr o~r. ih i'ii, p.:.iri.:.. I
can do m ore for the brewers ... I: .-.r ..i rl-.- : l... r-l-. n i, ri i r-.. I -r
can do for themselves."
As one result of the ald-rini ,I.: .... nil CI)': .' I'ri ,.
1909 the United Societies b:wl', L. i .. I.r r:. .:'Ia i.! .1 n .r-
ity of the new Council as fr.,- l I.. r.. th, ii,, .r tr i,.- ii, ili. i .r
of successful candidates I. 1. i ... .n.1.r: .1 I- . r,'iii. d
Societies were eight alderr. i .' I,.. I -. r, I-.:.l. l- r,. I. t i- h
M municipal Voters' League a: 3''i..r II.- in..:- 1 .: ,ipi i]n .l i-r-
ous politicians that ever sec r, 1 .- r,.:' in ili i :. C .I i,;...

Glutting The "Lie" Market
However shrewdly the bri ... r i.,; ni;, r, .1 1,. ,rr .' inj.,.irr-
ade, the fierceness of the fil.r ilir I ., inc ii .l n:i' r I 1.l i ..r. ll
sides is constantly driving l', i'.:- ri: :I:, r i :i. r :pr t--l tlI,.i jIl.d
deliberate falsehood. A rec-:,[ i::..ic i ll .:. i .jh Pr..l, F l.ir i..n
Press detailed a series of d -l' :t Ii-: 1i1. :lii]j.-r ni..:.n F'r..h.-.,,-,n
states and lesser district, I.i:li ,4. .I :' ii i ',-l I, ::- .-.f
well known brewers' journal tl. ii-- : -r .:. I,':'i ..i: ,':I' :-
cured from Governors, Offic,' .: i I .i, lI. trui .l ..rir l-, j. ]l.:.l-ri;
in their respective commune,' . ,].. r fliv' ri.r '1, .:- .
are noted in various chapter: i-,: 'i. .!!-' E,..
\Ve give herewith one or [ .tl r: h l I .:l,:.rr.:i.r in ',I i--
surdity are typical of them .i11
In a recent issue of the A ,, i. ., : ,:,. I ". Cl'I- .:,, '..
there appeared a detailed :*..r' 1iit .10 i-l. :1- i. r4:. r L, i -, I n-
mark had "settled" the li-i..r .-1I r.-n 1 ..l t. i :.: .. I.4 r -ni.
light liquors and claim ing t'i r il I, ,1. ..i rl- i ,.:.rIl.rr. -ri.,i
kingdom required stimulant; I-.:.... ', :. il,, i r. c,:aiir,
In reply to an inquiry mni .- b, rl,.' .1 *I.r .,- J '' .., .' .,- /'.- .
Miss Astrid Blume, Preside.i .It ./ ,'n.'i i c i ..r .r.1:
a most interesting comment up.:n l, T I, .:l Ir: nr ... 11 ,. I-j_;.
brewers' journal.
M iss Blume declares that 1C:.- f il, t.:i n. .: i." L,;r- .-r .' I --
view, drunken men are a -r .:.:.l n .:. : r i- i ':r 'r
that one m eets them "ever,. 1-r, i i' ni', rl.: Ir, ,.,.Jl ...r
this, the people of D enm ark :'r- 'i.,l ..-.l:, .i .ii .1 '.-i -, ll.:L:
of the general use of beer ani I.l.c l iii,.:.' I-.."r .r ....l .I !: r ....
m ent for Prohibition, at lea vI L. l .-.: .., i,- ... .rtln:,; tii; :.' il .1 n..r
way, which has received thl ,i.1. ..1 1 t, .i.:, .r .. 1 ..i Ili 3 .11,.1
men and women.






.'iAL-,)H',L UA.'-NED L' E.I Loi'RE' 5

\\ ...r.-,.:[,.r, i-,: ..: i.J.r l.:.: 1 I re*.l tiil- ., I',..r L .... ,::,r* iT. .:-
c,:i ..n I.,I Tiii,, rI g I'.")ii I,. tf-..I I lic Ilar.'I f.:.r [e.r:I it. nI m i rII pr'e-
sentation and slander at the hands of th- Liquor Press.
Press dispatches, plainly bearing the ear marks of the Brewers' Press Bureau,
were sent out to prove that Prohibition was a failure in that city, and detail-
ing in alleged exact figures the thousands of cases of beer and gallons of
whiskey which were being consumed by that no-license city. Inquiry developed
the fact, as stated by Worcester's Chief of Police, David A. Matthews, that
the figures so widely published referred not merely to the City of Worcester,
but included all liquors for the surrounding towns wherein there is license,
and whose liquors must pass through Worcester.
The official figures for the first year no-license or Prohibition, May 1, 1908,
to May 1, 1909, as compared with the last year under license and the wide-
open saloon, May 1, 1907, to May 1, 1908, show this record:
Total arrests 52% greater under license.
Arrests for drunkenness 113% greater under license.
Arrests for assault 48% greater under license.
Arrests for disturbing the peace 92% greater under license.
Arrests for neglect and non-support 28% greater under license.
Arrests for larceny 34% greater under license.
"First offenders" (discharged without arraignment) 129% great-
er under license.
T..i'.-! ;..mrr,- n arrested 1(% ereter under license
I'.. -i :n. I. rr-t.' :.i .iui i.:ilr- I l.- i r under
It.: .r
......... u.L it.. *u i r., ,, 'i .L J.,I i. ..r il. :ni . .L -:a.n .r under


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L,.,r! ct ii: ,r.J I. ti lie- L i. ",' i-'. *.' L' C.1l. ..-/ L..: t..ii boldly
j .-rr i-Ti, tl .ri a r. n,..-.rc riup.-r- in .r n::,rti:,n r.*-* l.: ulation in
rn.:-lin, : r_ ._ r- .I l a-_ .-i- .' tr rlhjl in tl-h citie- '. hi.:h legalize
i.i. jal,:..:.i- i '., r.:: r. n hL ., : trhat ih.i i a hi.Ill'-rat. falsehood
iand rirepri.r-- rati.:.n. j 57" n.i .'7 pi:,upenr r .l..r. l from
PF'r:. .ll .:.. r.:.'..i. :, ,re i.n iairi .:-. 7 '! ." i- r', .',r ,-1 : um at
T t '. .'., a .. .-11.' n: ~~.:-.. nr I I lI .- p pi _r i: ...I ,-.ilri: com e
fr-im all p -,r ,., tr, Ba,- fl.t-,

Alcohol Banned by Pole Explorers.
C 'n:e n ri tlr m i:. l- rl-.at l:...l..1 i s : l...,'-. :t;, .n ,:..-I1 clim ates,
i r :..pl_:. i'. I, Ir; i, ',t. thl' r,.:,rrn... .:.f Licuein iinrt Sl ackleton
j.Il I i i 1r:. 1-, ii., :-i : i ii.. .,d '':.n i. i: I rC':,.il I. i a ii '" Farthest
S-:LIlh re -.::-rd 1 11dt Ir :iar.. ip, l I.:. r..,j: ll r ,I" -:.ul l [ ..
At a roc' 'i- h..I ::- .:' -l:rJ the ,pl':.I,.r: iu the l :. n l-Hill. Sydney,
stat: ii l-. u I 'i ari liji. China. M ,a. 12. 1- l'), ihi- ir:timony
I- gi '..- r -arlirin: el pjart. ,i . p riCre -: .. itl Il-.iJ--.r. through
th,- _I...ng I,, ,ri :v ... r r nlini .'.--r I'.:- r m .I:.'t1'l tli, par y, ri,. er had
on,.u ,tr. ..p ...I ahli:..i. I. -. ,', ptr rn ...in ..._ica. :.,, it I.e "in j birthday
c l0. brari.n. i :.- had i r ai l;rll., .'.;[i f,..Indl ilh r resistance
l: o. l ,j, ir:. p,,-p. *.:. il.. al .:.r :.. plI.-' l an 'i i "p.-.' tl, filir.rt er use of
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56 METHODS (1 i ... -, ir. i i7 i,:..[IC

What The Brewers Forgot to Explain.

The beer m akers .:.t -.nJ ..rn..'l j i'r r., Ci:.', '. ,;,'.] .,
long-winded defense ...i lh.: .Irinl. rr -.l.. i ,1 ir.i l~lil .1 i..rlri .r .I I -
cession of glittering I .r.:.'i : :. r I.. l .1-...I I i i i ll i .I..r l.,i [r..--
ceedings of this cour,-i r l.r n . . r .:.I1 .: ..i iici i. r...I. 1..
nor explanation of iI.. l ri i ..r .,; i,.,, in rn. ,r .:.t l ,i I r. ... .'
methods in current .:.,:.
A ll the speaker: "i .. i.,l. : .:t, :.J ... ir. J h.. .,l'..
out of saloons that 're ..t .-.i.] L.ti:.l j.:._..rdin,: I.. IT. l. i-ih.
better enforce ents ...i r'.: .,. '. I ,l' r r.i t ilr I, .,r r I ..:.' I.c'l r -i Ii.
report of the conv- i. ,.... n I ll.: L :1 r i': Tlll. r ." r 1 i. T, ,i I1.I
strange silence was 1 :in1 .. r ir.:.n. i h.. 1.:IIgIr .. . r II . Il the1
convention on the i:r. ... ., il,.i.11 ... I' -. il i. b -; I 1r.: c,- ;:- .:. I fl,'
country in defiance ..1 i'r. .lil.irr. ..i I n i : l . i l'l..ni, i. iI]
many other section!: ,i ii.: ..uriir, a
N o m mention was i r1.. n *... r.. nI :._ i. 1 l ri t..:r. I r.:. ri :
brew ers w ho during 1. I -r .. .r I, .. I...: .i ..i r..j i : l ,.ti n
notorious jointists ,, I .. 5.I'_ i .. .i i: ri. .. .. ri V :. ,' .. .. .
ever offered or disai.i.r. i- .l ..1 i Il. I,.. I .. r r '. .:. .r.. :r
whoom United State. 5 ..'i'l ..L. ,r W'.,l, -i. F .l..hl .. In .. r -I
w ere financially bacd. .*i il '.. (.:..i I i r ,lr..j i.:.,.,T,:[ In. I, .. .:..i[ .
Indian Territory in I'-7 ",.! I'"'
N o disapproval w i, 1i. i I i..Ir ..- ir i' ,r .. II Ir. III:,rn:i :I ."
m ethods of M ilwr n, .. l. .. .r.. ,' I, .. .:. 1 i 'r..: i
D ickie in his debar.. .'.,T I [i ,,..r I . ...i :.,]i l ,'.l . i r, 1 i'l.
w which President D i. I .. 1 .'"": .',..r. i.' i I. 'ii' h ... F . r .:'.
sham elessly in leap'., .. nl. ...l -l. i..i ri.i r r .r 1 Il..r....I.i. .:.i I
Prohibition com mnlllui ...; r it, i,, ,1 .i.... i'.. il. r ,..
Council of the be.- 1 il..r
T he C outm ittee ... .. i ...,. ., .I|l :...q a : *l :, .. r iL "1
the attem pt to gag ir.. : [... I i .l1 r,t iTi. ..] ...l i ..r l I. 1 I .. .I i n ,
a few m months since. I. .- ,. .-! il. ,,. : ...1 .:1. I .1. 1. ],r. .. r: r
the country, and w i,.l * '*.... .1 r I I,. lin.r :
T he recent series : .:. i ..- .' I ,ii.1. i r:.l ii .ri. ; I ti ,,i i .1 .
circulated by anoth,. r i .i.. ... ir. I. I 1. i .. r I l..I . Irt. r, ... ..
the great states er ...f ... I ..r, i.---. 1.' i:l. f':.r ih. .l.I-il:
curse and cham pio, .- i il i rI I. ir.: .I.. r.:.t i.: 1, r.i .:
criticism from any . Il,: .. (.: -. l r. .rii .. r iT I r : i.. '..-
N or did the cot. .- ir.- r i.,. rl' ln.: 1i i ., ". i .: i n .: r,ii .,,l,-. ..
and dishonest sch,-....: i .. ,l. r i,.ll. :.i..r I..:. r n .'l r .:. i SA'
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The Time for Compensation."
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Prohibition and The Bible

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Political Corruption and Saloon.

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" Free Publicity."

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Control Through National Organizations.

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68 METHODS OF ORG..JiZEL, L'"i-hL. If-:.At-

A another item is the defeat ..! i 'rl..l.llt ..ii it.r.n- .... i ,, l.' l :-..I
Legislature despite the expre' -!.l .i 1- I.: .-. t,. i ,. k- i ii..-..- ::, aI1
the primaries and in the st:ir .::.ri. ii'.'-.i .i rl jr I i., r. In [l'i.l; .

Bribery in Minnesota and West Virginia.
The admissions of the liq..-,r I rjtr .- ll1it ir- cij,.r- fr.ilI 1i jil:.
$50,000 to defeat a local Prob.l:t-i..:.i 'ill 1 i.i i;.:. :.-I i Lc, i.lustil:,
the fact that hundreds of tl....-i.! .t .L .11,r: r. r....- .I I r.
Tennessee in a vain effort i.- *-.i. ri il: ii .. .-.i lI .i:.Ilt.i ..'..l il r,:
and other notorious instance: .-,i j -iinl -ir l.'ir ..r tlr-ir.. ;li:,ll the
country, will be vividly rec:ill..] n r. .*-..i .:ii... .. ,.11 Il', an3 ij ir
disclosures which came to ligl it r .Al -1 -r. i It l:i I'r'. l'F
The testimony before the S.. i. !.il... in. .. -ri, I .'r.irii-ii rI .
was a dam ning indictm ent cIt tl' Iit,.rl ii .'ri.- r.,l.t.i tlii..1 rI:.
which the drink traffic is mein i,-.1 ri..., r:.:.'ic r.: :i iI I l, (i..r
its suppression spreads thr.*u :l,.-.ir l, r'. :, ,r. : [ -... .
State Senators and other rcl, .: it i -. .,i 1 r. i. ir r.-...
members of the recent Legi i1*. l .,:, e I..:.ii li. ,i I.ii ..I
thousands of dollars w ere r ilr.:. 1.:. ihl.- . ; .'. .r .....i .- ii..- .I L,.
the liquor interests to defe-r il,< ill I.:.r l .ii.l.i .:, -i :. [I:
Prohibition Constitutional ar:..n.i n.l:ni r.:. i :...r.l.,r .-...
How successful the liquor l.-.t -] ..c: In tl'.r .l,.',ip 1-i i.. p -u
chase protection from the ]a r ... ; I.ri i .. .i : -i .r..rn ,; rar-
tlingly revealed in the vote :-:.:.r.l'. i i ll..: it.l, .: .. F.r:L i-rw 2'.th
1909. The Republican party ih' J pil-,il.I. r. i r p.1 it-ri.., [.1. 1:_I-..
to submit the Prohibition ai,:l.lncl nt ii i. Ille: ti-...-l]lI Illr 11 '
-Legislature. Out of thirty rin-mlit.er iri rh-: .:. -i, e i ...r. ,:,: a .
Republican, nine of whom ...t..l ;gi:jj .r i li,- .r.i ..'i .jri,.. -or Tli,
Democratic Party also had :i i ar I o-,r i-ill- i.1. .-
ing it for the Am endm ent. Iif 1ll' :,-.... ., 'ii.:.:r ,t. .. i th i ir
only two voted for it. The .i[:i l ,ii r I .ir...r .: j. i.'i,.! .I. *
Governor Thonmas ill. Cc.',, : .' ',i 'x .-. .-.i Ii 1 '.
in calling the second success, i :'i l :I...i.-. ...-. ri,,: rll .ltji r i -
sembly of the Legislature :,..i 'i, ler- F r.r,,ii ,l, r. l.i.-.i. i.. th.
Lone Star State law maker.' :,' .-lA.Im,.ii. ir, ':,.'. :, . 1':.rn
are members of his own I'.- r.-...'r ir. i.,rr i ... r ....r tI l 'il
says: "Y our regular session: -If -.i-. i .- ..A.~.i ei .. 'ili,1 .*-
little value to the people. N-.1 i : :. I l t.:.rii .. n..I ,
enacted into law ; one was , tr. :l.J: jn 1 ,. ,, 1 .:ll.t irn..! I hi-.ir
even considering the apprcl., r .'B .ii til, .-,l1 .- i -.u ii
heen in continuous session .i..,: i.iii' r, ,lii, i,,11 Ih-, i.
denied that everything that I,- I : n ,i!..ri.- ,, I. h.';l -l ti.:.' li.
regular and called sessions c.-.l.d I-, : 1-.i- I Irln i lj.
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Sites Senator at \\'.ashington and San-, MN..Cill i ter-r ir. i. .
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We spent forty-four thousand .j.,l.i ar. l, 1. legislature to prevent
the passage of the County ]..:.c I ''r.r.d i [1., and if we had not
spent that forty-four thousa,.'I *.J..ll:r *r ir legislature we would
have had County Local Option in Minnesota now. We must be
careful to elect men that don't have to be bought."

Liquor Traffic's Influence in National Politics.
Through the iron grip which the liquor, traffic maintains in
the municipal government.of the nation's hundred leading cities,
the brewer and the drink seller wield a political influence which
is felt in Congress and the White. House itself. The silence of
national platforms on the liquor question and the Prohibition is-
sue; the stubborn refusal of Congress to give Prohibition states
adequate relief, despite overwhelming public demand-all this is
inexplicable, unless this subtle, unseen control of national state-
craft is recognized.
That the brewers and the liquor interests of the United States
won a great'victory in the re-election of Speaker Cannon, is as-
serted in special dispatches from Washington to the daily press,
March 16. The Chicago Tribune declares it is absolutely certain "
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Graft Unites Political Foes.
"The lesson tauglit I i e li1c I .iiii .,f L...Timi r. Ut.itrc St:,.a
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Ior rh. intolerable situation."
NtioL. the surprising fusion now procee-.l. i Ii .-.g-es; er
lie i 'Fi' question, the New York Sun, M:'. 2'. lulI". ,Jitrially
e\xclaii "Between the Republican and Der;-**:r.ll,, part..: ..huat
itul,-iai ial difference is there? . In effect the t...:. Iarrir: a.-1re 1, ""
Th-I Country can no longer trust either pi-i ",1 -iuh. dJ.ilart-l
tile i,':;,as City Star, disgusted with the c.uiitraie l -ir.i.,al of
jlie p..-,l, s interest in the special session of C itl -resr in 19 19.
Th.- :-.'rrupt alliance of Tammany, Spea.-: r Coiii:-n ain I the
NI Y.:.rk Republican machine for the di. '-i.- ,-i inlinei.l]J
-tpll i ;" the municipal government of Nev V.:.cl. CI;:, n. the
ipoliti.:- l :. riiir.--1 of the Em pire State \.:,: e F-.hi:a]l.. : \'-,:i,:. iri
Oct0l... r 1'll?9. by Chairman Herbert P- ..:", : .i f the- 'Ir:
Ropult.,lc... County Committee. It wa, ,h.. tliit Ili. I :l'rrufi.
furcec :.1 tli- nti;.:.i's metropolis were hand in glc- : irli the
poliii.:I.iiI- ( ..*tr:.-llIn that city and state, and that whate-er .,:-
1ir.. the so-called reform forces won in New York Cit:. a tl-
iNouiil,,:r election, this big political trust could easily n']iiliraI.
ls 'irrif upon the strategic sources of corrupt political pov.:r
"'.rli. r of the two great American political parties ;l rhel
present time holds any belief that is not held by the other, -i.j1 ihe
plarif-ci-i-. of neither show profound understanding or stajr.rn..l-
lik I.,i,.lling of any of the great problems which confr.-.. ...ir
c.:.ii.rr . Most platforms of today foster the :ial-rrap
and carefully avoid the annunciation of any clearly defin,.J r-.ri-
ciple at all."
And this is not the verdict of a Prohibitionist, but of Ma. ..r '.i-
Clellan of New York City in his recent lectures to the stu.li.r. :.
Princeton University on Pripciples and Politics."
"Party prejudice, the alliance of old party politicians ...lli ile
liquor interests and the clouding of the issue by political iiainip--
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England's Century Long Battle.

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authority as $783,800,835.
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RE'ViLLITIIO; IN SCIENTIFIC iHOLCGH-


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Revolution in Scientific Thought.
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Brain Capital vs. Alcohol.



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The Future of Alcohol.

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90 THE WHITE LICIT i.F S',-IEN:TIFI.C RESEAlri-H.

One of the unm istaka l'.I. n..i r.:ir:i.: .i I i.: :. u .. n.. 2 iiii i til
that has done so m uch r.:. r.l rr.- ,i ra:.:. : tli.: 1,t rtI r a:,l..:.:.l.
can be m ade from so lar.,. a ,',iiit:..r .:. hir.: i'i.-..-. p:.rtI....! 'rl r.:. ir '
decayed vegetables, and Ir -li '.r..: r.: r-..J 't ,:r; r i r.-: i... 1,. .-,io..
to civilization. Any sub r.,n.:.. ,-. iiril ri j ;:rI r.:h :ji.l :.,i r :'I t.:
turned into alcohol. Ir"ii, -.:r. ,l, .:c.ri. .1:: I 11 fr.:..ul :. jl.:,:.'.:.l
in unlim ited quantities, -ii.i ril: ,-:7, t. ,.i.:r.. :a r icr' all ...:-
pense. The great obsta.cl.: n : li .. i t .:.f 1 : n-.:. -;1. h.. ,: an,
apparatus to make its us- r.r.-i,-r.. :l.
M any inventors are .:rl. ,.- L.:. .J. i .:.. er ih: lii':'-._h:lrl'::\ .ll-
ances necessary to turn al:.:h.:.Il i .:. a i: r. ; it .:.r tli- r':..: nd. ] rhr.
is great progress in this ..1rr..:r, n T].. G :.. riiiiin ,t h t .3 *r. ,,i.
this subject and many exM eri r,.r.ti ir L.r-i-, rna,.l, ll L ii r-.[r
encourage ent to the al,::i. .::, ,.',i: ,I.. l. .:ti .i :*:.... i L 'n
the last year two large *:.:r]if'" ,'n ..:r.. .. -. r r ni'iir! Ill Inli'lr
and boilers.
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15 cents a gallon with tr-. 't i:.r:.;i. ti. tlii n.i i, i,'i.:, r. :, r, n. tlih t ;i
has four or five tim es n,:'r ,: :. r *i5 I-.t piicr.:. .: r thai .:.il, ji.l
the only question now i -:. i.l .,i 1p r 'iiii .:.r 3j ii-. i.;: l j:-
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alcoholic traffic recognize : 11., th.. riun.: i: n.. ir 'i ald. I,-:n tl-:.
can produce alcohol for !:.:- t 3..] rp:. -:r Iu iiii rl r, i.:r [.r:
than as a beverage, and ti!,., r'i . r-i .J. J i,.. l ti i r . t in'r.r.: t
in this direction the m cr,i'e t il,- .],J '- .i .. r-..h : T l ; l...-.n
and alcohol as a bevera,.: ill ,*I :.l .e r i i i< i... r.. *:..irr...i 'n
the industrial energies of .. e. *. I' l .- ,.
T here are unm istakabl. .IL., t;: t il 1i : i t l. is : I, iill j:.1 r,, ,,f ri..
great alcoholic problem I ilI, i, aniiiie ,, .. .. '. .
front its use as a bever. i :. ",../ '. i .,? ,;.. .. ....., ,[,,',,i ,
and its constructive po e.': a ..a: ;.:;; ,,u :....,':- ,~ ,' ' .. /.;.
the race will be dcvclofl ,: . ....- ,, .. . i I... TInl : .
forecast that w ill certairl. in iIr.:i I .. r. :ii .'.] *h :h t] i b: .: -i I".
no possible doubt."

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am ount of work as gascl'-.. 'h-: .' -ii :.l,. .: r. i : r. iilli ].-
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The Latest Facts About Alcohol.



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92 THE WA: I l LiGH I IIi SClLr'l IflP- PI'-FI. -,i-.H

O their recent t:-mll '.i- : ar' 'piu ill: :iLCrti...ti

Concerning :1., ,i : .: ,1 ,:. 1.:.1 .. .. riir.:.rii ,. 4 H. ,l ,.
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but alw ays refoi .: I III. ..ritr : :ri.: i .. Iri. . r-I. .l. ...:I
dilated right h.,rt 'i i lrr...: I, r .ht... I ri r, .,, r i.*, l i.:. II, i
m y patient ov(.r Li1, Ir, i[,,', I-. i-, E : pr ,, ,l rr li !.-',-i ll,- .l it i .l.l.lI
that m ust often I., .r r. .r i , i tt'. r .:.n i' i .: ir ,l,,' : ir. r I l:,
away his last ..:lii".: .: ri .:.: L-. .l. r I ,i i 'i rii.. .. ri.. i .
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ure in n inety- .... ../ i' ... .. .1!.. .,

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conservative i rit r :. i '.- ,1.l.:.I..l .: iri-: .i ,i, J i ] ..- r..[ .h
advocate total ljrt:ri i .i I n. li p i iirI.i lir, .:.n tlI ihll ,-h.r :. i
A alcohol on th N ..r .:., -. ir ,. e riL Ii l- ,.. i ,: i .:..
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mental disease+ ,i- r rri, ;i .

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tary case occurrm ii I I. IJri r nI *:.1 n .I .::I fi',:l u' i lhi-:h
alcohol is the "- : r.- ,,- tli t I. ..- [.I-.J
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as tonics.
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pravity, the gra ,: i .r.,: rii ,. h -.', ,.L r l ,. i.'.
New York.
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A alcohol is, -. .J:r .i i . 1 r . ... ,nlr to'rt .l ,l I. I. l
Healthy body."-- I, i
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alcohol.-Prof a .. .
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-Sir Victor H ,"
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The Food Value" of Alcohol.

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