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NOV. 7, 1929.
FEAR SLIGHT TO JOHNSON MAY WIDENJBREACH Senate Disturbed Because of Unintended Omission as Hoover Guest. BY PAUL R. MALLON Ignited Prrs Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON, Nov. 7.—While the omission of Senator Hiram Johnson of California from a White House guest list was sealed as a closed matter so far as the partici pants were concerned today, Repub lican leaders in the Senate were fearful it might accentuate the al ready long list of differences be tween the White House and the senate. With the coalition in the saddle writing the tariff bill, the regular leaders are trying to hold every pos sible vote for the legislation in the face of the split in party ranks which has been widening since the special session began. They are concerned also about the congres sional elections which they face next year. The breach first was opened when Senators William E. Borah of Idaho and Smith W. Brookhart of lowa, leading campaigners for the Presi dent in the campaign last year, led a bolting wing of westerners against Hoover's farm relief program. More western Republican senators have been falling in line until on Wednesday they commanded a strength of nineteen in the snate roil call on reduction of pig iron rates. Last week the President said he wanted the tariff bill passed within two weeks or else the senate could be considered an impotent legisla tive body. The Johnson matter apparently was closed so far as the official rec Youth Hus Found The Wuy! AN ANCIENT PREJUDICE HAS BEEN REMOVED AMERICAN INTELLIGENCE has cultivated the fertile field of opportunity and invites everyone to roam m search of desired pursuits. Nothing remains of that ancient prejudice which bound the apprentice, without choice, to his career• \7EARS ago, when cigarettes were made without the aid of f/IUCKYVI X modem science, there originated that ancient prejudice against *l\C |D| §P / all cigarettes. That criticism is no longer justified. LUCKY STRIKE, C/ /j 1 | rosive ACRIDS (pungent irritants) from LUCKIES which in the ..... , - , .. ~ . . ,__ j “It’s Toasted” —the phrase that describes the old-fashioned manufacture of cigarettes cause throat irritation ana „ . . extra “toasting” process applied in the manu coughing. Thus TOASTING” has destroyed that ancient preju- facture rs Lucky cigarettes The finest dice against cigarette smoking by men and by women. tobaccos-the Cream of the Crop—are scien tifically subjected to penetrating heat at mini- I m mum, 260° —maximum, 300°, Fahrenheit. The 111 ,fj I mi™ S ■ exact, expert regulation of such high tempera tures removes impurities. More than a slogan, “It’s Toasted” is recognized by millions as the No Throat Irritation-No Cough. most modem step in cigarette manufacture. TUNE IN The Lucky Strike Dance Orchestra, every Saturday night, over a coast-to-coast network of the N. B. C. O 1929. The American Tobacco Co*. Mfra. ords are concerned when Hoover made public a letter be had sent Johnson, declaring the omission of his name from the dinner list was the mistake of some attache of the White House and not an Intended slight based on Johnon’s opposition to some of the Hoover policies in the senate. Johnson accepted the statement, although there was no indication the existing unfriendliness of the two had been in any way amelio rated. It has been indicated one of the Republican tariff leaders, Senator David A. Reed of Pennsylvania, w'as instrumental in the sending of the explanation to Johnson. He called at the White House shortly before the letter came and personally offered Johnson an ex planation of the mistake. Later in the day Johnson voted against Reed's attempt to raise the duty on pig iron to 51.50 a ton. After being champion pugilist of England, John Gully entered poli tics and became speaker of the house of commons, holding this position for thirty years. 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INDIANAPOLIS POWER & LIGHT COMPANY J V\ DAYLIGHT CORNER, WASHINGTON AND MERIDIAN STS. // THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES evangelist and ex-convict, who has served time with Gerald Chapman and “Dutch” Anderson, and his wife, a motherly, middle-aged wom an, who were among the last to see Gloria before she left New York. Miss Rouzer can share this home with them if she cares, Britt said because he believes there is “an aw ful lot of good in her.” and Britt has this reason for believing so. A sad-faced, heavily-rouged but wsjl-dressed girl slippepd in the door of the Greater New York Gos pci Mission on the night of Sent. 23 while Britt was conducting the usual night meeting. She told Britt and his wife she was “remorseful and tired and real lonesome.” but she “wanted a thrill out of life.” “I told her she was monkeying with a buzzsaw,” Britt said. “The saw r got in some of its work.” * Before she left, Gloria signed a "prayer card.” the name “Gay Powell,” one she had used when she was an art student In Paris, was scrawled on the card. “Life—huh. It didn't mishandle her,” Gritt philosophized. “She just sort of mishandled it.” But if Gloria wants to square her self, wants to start life on a different line, she can come right back to New York and there'll be that cozy little place down in Sheephead Bay, Erooklyn. that Britt and his wife have kept going on their joint wages of $56 v -okly. Visitor* to the English parliament average 5.000 on ordinary days and more than 20.000 every Saturday. Dabyb Colds IJ A Best treated without \ V-A dosing—Just rub on -4®visiss OVER 1? 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