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By Rev. Cyrus J. Kephart, D. D. He passed a saloon By pale light of moon; Horrors! For forth from its door, Anon did pour, Drunk men, lewd women, Blear-eyed, flush-faced, Reeling, staggering, falling, Horrors! The night hurried on, And all through the town— Horrors; In street and in alley, O’er hilltop and valley Foul shame, crime blood-red, Drunken, blatant, Cursing, quarreling, killing! Horrors! Great God! Must this be? Shall hell in such glee— Horrors! All over our land, On every hand, Send forth confusion, And shame and death, Robbing, running, murd’ring? Horrors! Ye men of the state, Shall this be our fate? Horrors! Stand forth in your might, Pledge all to the right, And give pure women, Weak men, freedom. . Drive out these cursing, blighting PTorrors! Brewery Owned Saloons Governor Osborn’s arraignment of the brewery-owned saloon serves a good purpose in riveting attention on an evil which must and should be eradicated. The artificial stimulation of saloons by the brewery which owns the fixtures and in mamy cases pays for the license is a menace to the de cent and law-abiding public. During the local option campaign in this coun ty The Press dwelt on the trend of evils which inevitably follow in the wake of brewery rivalry. It means more saloons than are called for un der any theory of license into exis tence. The saloonkeeper becomes practically the hired man of the brew ery. He has no personal interest in the proper conduct of his saloon. The trib ute he is forced to pay in the form of interest and an extra price for his beer forces him into illegal selling and shady actions he might not be possess ed of if he were not so hard pressed to make a profit for himself. The mul tiplication of saloons caused by the brewery-owned system accentuates this competition and practically com pels him to choose between disobey ing the law and going out of business. 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