RUSSIA AND VODKA
BENEFITS TO FOLLOW PROHIBITION. (London 'Times' and Sydney 'Sun' Services.) LONDON, January 20. In the course of a lecture at the British National Liberal Club Mr Stephen Graham, ' The Times's ' .special correspondent in Russia, declared that if the prohibition of vodka was made permanent j Russia after the war would have the exI traordiiiary driving power that is neces- | sary to provide cdueation for industrial ' communities, and to occupy the time lor- | inerly spent over vodka. ' Russia would ' then' take her place as a western power by virtue uf her iiulustrialisrn.
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RUSSIA AND VODKA, Evening Star, Issue 15706, 21 January 1915
RUSSIA AND VODKA Evening Star, Issue 15706, 21 January 1915
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