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Mark of Distinction to The Literary Digest Enforcement? Modification? Repeal? Enforcement? Modification? Repeal? Enforcement? Modification? Repeal? SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1922 THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE ON •n PROHIBITION PROHIBITION PROHIBITION OF THE REAL Which will point, in advance of Election to the INDIVIDUAL SECRET BALLOTS have been mailed to more than TEN MIL* LION MEN AND WOMEN VOTERS throughout the United States. Every cast will express the free, uninfluenced, secret preference of the voter, unknown tp anyone but himself or herself. Every voter who receives one of these ballots is urged to mark and mail it at once Whichever policy on Prohibition and the. Sol diers' Bonus you favor, be sure to back it now by your vote, because your vote will help to strengthen your side in determining the final policy. ALL CLASSES OF VOTERS in all States and all communities in the Nation are being polled with complete impartiality. They include business jnen, merchants, farmers, manufacturers, railroad employees, bankers, clerks, builders, contrac tors, superintendents, managers, carpenters, plasterers, plumbers, painters, me chanics, printers, miners, steel workers, workers in every trade and'branch of in dustry, both union and non-union, professional men and women of all classes, in cluding lawyers, doctors, clergymen, authors, actors, newspaper men, dentists, en gineers, educators, architects, musicians, etc., in short, all th£ classes of men and women who make up the voting population in all parts of the country. NO PROPAGANDA OF ANY KIND is connected with this great national poll of the American people. The Literary Digest is always strictly non-partisan arid im partial on all controversial questions. It records the facts and the opinions of all parties and all classes. That is why it has come to be jregarded by millions of Americans as the one representative and indispensable periodical-record of .all phases of American life. The'results wilt appear in THE LITERARY DIGEST. All the figures will be given in detail and will be analyzed and explained, State by State, until the ppll is completed. The first announce ment will be in the Jjily 8th issue. These reports will have unique and decisive interest for politi cal leaders, the press, and citizens of the whole country. DIGEST reader^, of course, will get them first and in the most complete detail. At the same time, and all through the year, THE LITERARY DIGEST will be gathering'care fully and reporting all the facts and opinions on all sides bearing upon all the great problems and 1 AND THE 1 --w t, .* The Literary Digest, in# Nation-Wide Poll, Has Mailed Individual Secret Ballots to More than TEN MILLION VOTERS, asking them whether they favor a DRY, MOIST, or WET Policy and whether ihey are FOR or AGAINST the BONUS. fote EVERY WEEK FROM EVERY STATE IN THE UNION FUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY (Publishers of the Famous NEW Standard Dictionary) NEW YORK •. fi.i •. fi.i •. fi.i PROHIBITION* v.i.. FEDERAL BONUS FEDERAL BONUS FEDERAL BONUS -v -v -v Far All Soldiers and Sailors Who Wore the Uniform During the World War? Far All Soldiers and Sailors Who Wore the Uniform During the World War? Far All Soldiers and Sailors Who Wore the Uniform During the World War? A A A or VICTORY of many Candidates. HERE IS A COPY OF THE SECRET BALLOT (This copy is printed here for information only, and will not be accepted in the voting.) Secret Ballot on Prohibition and* Soldiers' Bonus No Signature—No Condition—No Obligation—Mark and Mail at Once *Put a cross in tile s^uare 1. Do you favor the continuance and strict enforcement of the Eighteenth Amendment and Volstead Law? 2. Do you favor a modification of the Volstead Law to permit .light wines and beers? 3. Do you favor a repeal of the Prohibition Amendment? SOLDIERS' BONUS: 1 Do you favor a Federal Bonus for all American Soldiers and Sailprs who wore the Uniform during the World War? only opposite the policy you II 00 ao (Put a cross (x) in the square under "Yea" or "No") YES NO It Is Important to Mark and Return This Ballot Immediately MILLIONS OF CITIZENS are discussing these two questions with intense tfeelip&. Both questions have a personal interest to every njan and woman, and child in the United States, and will be controlling factors in the coming Congressional- elec tions in many States. This Nation-wide poll, now being taken by THE LltfER* ARY DIGEST, .will reveal, in advance of the election, how the majority of the citir zens stand oh these questions. The result is everywhere eagerly awaited. issues which are being discust and which must be settled by the American people. THE LIT ERARY DIGEST is wonderfully equipped for this service by a system built up at great expense through'many years of careful work, and reaching into thousands of newspaper andperiodical of fices in all parts of the world. The reader can depend upon THE LITERARY DIGEST with absolute certainty as it reveals, from week to week, free from all prejudice and partizanship, the real state of the Nation's mind, the real facts affecting all issues, and the progress of all the great' problems toward settlement. i" I PAGE. 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