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PROHIBITION IN AMERICA

LOSSES AND GAIN'S.

Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright.

WASHINGTON, November 5.

(Received November 6, at 11.40 a.m.)

By a large majority the Prohibitionist* carried the States ot Washington, Colorado. Arizona, and Oregon, but Ohio and Ca-'ifornia decided to retain the licensed, drink traffic hy large majorities. . The Prohibitionists profess to bo greatly pleased with their victories, and. hope to make the national campaign for Prohibition a tuccess.

California has decided to prohibit prizefighting by a small majority. [The States of Ohio and California mare than double the entire population of the other four States.]

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PROHIBITION IN AMERICA, Issue 15643, 6 November 1914

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PROHIBITION IN AMERICA Issue 15643, 6 November 1914

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