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AN OFFENSIVE.

AN OFFENSIVE.

I therefore urge you, in the interests of manhood and morality, that you join in securing and supporting Carididates who will fight the drink traffic every time and everywhere, and who will introduce that `. brie little idea" into the House of Commons. By this means we may have
01 August 1918 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
A WORD OF WELCOME.

A WORD OF WELCOME.

WE have great pleasure in welcoming a new ally in the great war against drink. In January appeared the first number of a new quarterly journal entitled The International Record, which fills a long felt want by setting forth in a concise and condensed form information from all pa
01 March 1917 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
rhe Daily Chronicle, of Sept. 25th, states :

rhe Daily Chronicle, of Sept. 25th, states :

America seems to be steering straight for national Prohibition. The House of Representatives yesterday passed by 171 votes to 34 an amendment to the Food Bill, previously approved by the Senate, by Which the nation will become "dry," and remain So until the end of demobilization
01 October 1918 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
CANADA.

CANADA.

Total Prohibition. Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia,except Halifax Halifax Saskatchewan Manitoba Alberta Ontario Newfoundland Labrador Barbadoes New Brunswick Quebec (84 per cent.)
01 July 1917 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
NATION/AL PROHIBITION PARTY. CONSTITUTION.

NATION/AL PROHIBITION PARTY. CONSTITUTION.

1. That a new Political Party is hereby created, recognising that the present legalised traffic in Intoxicating Drink is at war with the public good. Therefore its members will vote against the Production, Importation and Sale of Alcoholic Liquors, excepting for scientific purpo
01 December 1917 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 

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WAR-TIME PROHIBITION IN THE U.S.A.

WAR-TIME PROHIBITION IN THE U.S.A.

WAR-TIME Prohibition is being pressed forward with great enthusiasm in the United States. Speaking before the Agricultural Committee of the Senate, Mr. Herbert C. Hoover, Chairman of the Food Committee of the National Council of Defence, urged Prohibition as a war measure. Dr. A
01 September 1917 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
THE WRATH OF CANADA.

THE WRATH OF CANADA.

THE Rev. Dr. C. R. Flanders, pastor of the First Methodist Church, London, (mnt., writing to The British Weekly," among other pertinent questions, asks •• by should Canada den) heiself in the practice of a steadily increasing economy that iood supplies may be contributed to the
01 April 1917 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
No. 200. Vol. XIV

No. 200. Vol. XIV

01 April 1918 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
HONOR ROLL.

HONOR ROLL.

The Amendment was adopted by Congress on December tBth. 1917. As only a few of the State Legislatures meet this year, it is interesting to note that already the following have ratihed the Amend//lent : (I) PROHIBITION STATE. Jan. Bth. 1918. Senate vote for 28; against 5. House 9
01 March 1918 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
NATIONAL PROHIBITION PARTY PLEDGE.

NATIONAL PROHIBITION PARTY PLEDGE.

berebp to abstain from all Intoxicating Drink, and declare that I agree with the Constitution of the Party, and will work and vote against the Production and Impoitation of Alcoholic Liquors, excepting for scientific purposes. Name Address Upon signing this Pledge. please cut th
01 March 1918 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England