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LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS.

LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS.

"The Brotherhood can do nothing for the engineer who is discharged because of drinking. I represent a class of men who, above all others, require a clear brain; and for that reason, if there is one thing which we fight' first, last, and all the time. it is the question of drink.
October 1, 1917 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
OUR YOUNG SOLDIERS.

OUR YOUNG SOLDIERS.

For over a year. now. I have been training those under 19 years of age. I find that few have any inclination to ,drink. They do not want it, but it is placed so that it is easily obtainable. They find that to drink is to be like many of their seniors. Some are father's pride and
May 1, 1918 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
NATIONAL PROHIBITION FOR THE UNITED STATES.

NATIONAL PROHIBITION FOR THE UNITED STATES.

THE United States Congress, having &cid( d to submit to the forty-eight States of the Union Amendment to the Constitution prohibiting the. manufacture, importation, expoitation, and sale Of all intoxicating liquors for beverage purposes, ihe fight is now on to Secure the necessa
May 1, 1918 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
'P MY S .T WITH MY M, IvE UP MY BE A BARREL OF BEER. I'm a barrel of beer.

'P MY S .T WITH MY M, IvE UP MY BE A BARREL OF BEER. I'm a barrel of beer.

I'm a barrel of beer! I am coveted now, for my gay good cheer! I am sceptre and throne for the thirst of men ; I am mightier now than sword or pen. For I bow men's brains, and I bend their will, And I would not scruple to starve or kill-1 compel my biddina, through love or fear
February 1, 1917 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
NATIONAL PROHIBITION PARTY PLEDGE.

NATIONAL PROHIBITION PARTY PLEDGE.

berebv pledge 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 Importation of Alcoholic Liquors, excepting for scientific purposes. Name Address Upon signing this Pledge, please
February 1, 1918 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
SPECIAL NOTICE. 'Rational Prohibition Part 11:011 of eiti3cll6

SPECIAL NOTICE. 'Rational Prohibition Part 11:011 of eiti3cll6

SPECIAL NOTICE. 'Rational Prohibition Part of eiti3cll6 WHO WILL NOT VOTE FOR LICENSE. " Cease to do evil."—lsaiah. "We want those who believe it wrong to cease voting with those who believe it right. "—Abraham Lincoln. Believing the legalised traffic in Intoxicating Drink to be
April 1, 1918 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
BY THE WAY.

BY THE WAY.

CAPTAIN BATHURST. at Hampstead on May 25th, is reported by the Daily Chronicle to have said " People had good reason to be thankful to the brewers for having in their granaries nearly two million quarters of unmalted barley, upon which the Government was able to pouce." Thankful
June 1, 1917 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
WORLD NOTES.

WORLD NOTES.

"If I could I would inaugurate a strike that would drive the Liquor Traffic from the face of the earth."— B. M. Arthur, Chief of the American Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen. A Bill proposing Prohibition in the Hawaiian Islands has been introduced into the United States Senate
March 1, 1918 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
U.S. SENATOR WESLEY L. JONES. ON ALCOHOL.

U.S. SENATOR WESLEY L. JONES. ON ALCOHOL.

as a heverage in any form is an unmixel evil. It is a poison, not a food. It is a drug. a stimulant. It deadens the nerves, instead relieving fatigue. It relaxes the muscles, weaker° the heart. stupefies the brain and reduces resistanc e to disease. It incapacitates the workman,
September 1, 1918 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England
 
PROHIBITION IN RUSSIA. (Reprinted from "The International Record.")

PROHIBITION IN RUSSIA. (Reprinted from "The International Record.")

" 4 . e cannot make our fiscal prosperity dependent upon the destruction of my subjects."—THE CZAR OF RUSSIA. January, 1914. The Church Times in an editorial declared that •• in Russia the sale of vodka is stopped, but no new restriction has been put on the sale oi other beverag
March 1, 1917 - Prohibitionist - London, London, England