than whiskey ever has been or can be."
Are the attacks upon the distillers merely a ruse to conceal the fact that officers, directors and thousands of stockholders of the largest brewing companies in all parts of the country are either wholesale or retail whiskey dealers, or saloon keepers, or both?
If the brewers are sincere in their promise to divorce beer from whiskey, why have they not closed their own whiskey stores?
Why have they not placed a ban upon the sale of whiskey in all the saloons which they own and operate themselves?
Why have they not forbidden the sale of whiskey in all saloons? What is there to prevent it?
Is it not a fact that, with few exceptions, the so-called owners of saloons, not operated by brewers themselves, are merely slaves of the brewers, the latter owning either the property or the lease, the license and a chattel mortgage upon the fixtures in the place?
The truth is that a saloon keeper can not exist if his business should be restricted to the sale of beer--a
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