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THE GUARDIAN, DECEMBER 17, 1927 Page Twenty-Three I by tradition and by love I for right land noisy, with thick speech and an . land justice, in friendship that shall[odor of alcohol. ~0~S endure for all time. [ The unconscious drunk, he said, - [presents a difficult problem. He may t!t~:dg f:?::l:a:p~):8) most JUDGE-;s TE~ ]have had one or more drinks, and yet n' his condition may be due to fracture |S, 'CAN DR[YER [of the skull, cerebral hemorrhage or epilepsy. In such cases, he said, in- on a Paris holi- stead of making a finding of alcohol- the find decision, 9ANBIg CAR?'[ism'abutthebestthedctrscand showed, was a wise aaaa~lJu,*mJ.* q~aaa,o ]is say there was an odor of alcohol the leadership of Ed- ~ [on the patient's breath and let it go ttearn, the war-time Corn- (Continued from Page 22) [at that. and since then for nmny drunk who doesn't stagger atall. [ Dr. Sandez said his task is not diffi- "or and director of the "That's the fellow wh obeats his[cult as far as drunks are concerned in Rome--perhaps the wife," he declared. "He is usually |becaus~ usually the milder drunks arc an citizen resident not unsteady ill gait, but from the released without appearing in court y-four secetaries odor of alcohol on his breath, and his and those who do appear in court Week passing out of old, fighting disposition, we conclude he is leave little doubt as to whether they to which was drunk." Lety, a generous allot- The youthful drunk, said Capt. Me- . rmk--ginger ales, le- Devitt, frequently "snaps out of it" and carbonated waters le . when he is brought into the station, esks yore provided reaching finds some gum to chew to cover his e-ngt[ of a room, and they breath, and walks to the desk straight uastant use from the begm- as a die. This case presents a great one day to its close. F!ve difficulty, said the captain. The solu- ~, Workin,~. hard ,.ve~'e vn tion, he said, was to tell the youth to the racks filled with sit in the guardroom for a while, and came to send their frequently, after a short time, the with the greetings yot, th becomes stupefied, as the liquor -~nts of the Knights. begins to work in the wamn atmos- cards had been written phere. Other secretaries gath- The drunk who is not drunk, he con- m to the mailing depart- eluded, is the man who has every StamPed them with the symptom of drunkenness except pos- e Legion stamps ;ssued to sibly the breath, and who is not the great events. More drunk, but the victim of epilepsy or available supplies of th~ some other malady. Were exhausted at th, The common tests of drunkenness ~x des postes, and hurr~ used by the police, as listed by Capt. to the hotels and banksMcDevitt, are unsteady gait, incoher- SOUrces of supply. E~'ery- ent speech, face sometimes flushed, and it was all and odor of alcohol. He said the po- would not have been the lice consider a person to be drunk )f C that won the sol- when he is rendered unsafe to him- were not confin- self or to the public by the use of issued at the hut; alcohol. bought special cards Cases at Relief Hospital. a~ in, and there, with Dr. Devine said that of 3,000 cases of letters and news- handled at the Relief Hospital a year, Parcels, they were drop-1,000 are drunks and half of these gaping boxes to be sent are injured. He said drunks can be bundles and bales to divided into two classes---rational and the setting sun. unconscious. The rational drunk, he [inal results were tabu- 1,195,000 cigarettes, of a popular pipe to- Postals, 327,000 bars )USands of French-English books and some 30,000 ~of~ drinks had passed counters. Postage totaled 450,000 "francs, in Paris is not all the the Knights did. Sec- Placed in each of the and there, too, picture those Of especial shrines stamped, and mailed post-office in a Own to those who could to see the deathless American said, may be identified as boisterous were drunk or not. Dr. Leary declared that: "Drinking is a much less safe art than it was in the days of Daniel Webster. The good old~fashioned DT's, which came when a man ha d consumed large quantities of liquor over a long peri- od, are not to be found nowadays nearly so much as formerly. The present day liquor does not permit the drinker to get as far as the DT stage. It kills him first." Dr. Leary declared it is still com- mon to mistake skull fracture cases for drunkenness. SUPPOSE ! From Windle s Libral Magazine Here is a caption over a Washing- ton dispatch to the daily press: "Methodists Veto 'AI' for Presi- dent." tUF,m-N fql~ m | ,,,.,,,-4~ qg .,,.,'-,ta II a; EUROPEAN HOTEL HOLMAN FRANK GALLAGHER, Prop. Telephone No. 856---857 TEXARKANA, U. 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