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- CAsd Cwis~ As~m exeav onameaipe asainot the al Used "A"'oy ef the dm1a industry of Ynmoaa cetroed by the government emaimattim heewn as the Cegumimin Regulador. ad the deaacing of the shfl gters by a group of Americani Irb ghod slweQsIe and Ilani e~t New Orleans, are the bead, IW mrre an by a Chicago trade pa Per. the Farm Implement News. Yhis was brought out at the haring of the eubeemmtts at ihe eusate Cuam mittee on A&Iculture yesterday, whe C. A. Lukeme, editor of the Farm Implameant News, was eaine&d Levy Mayer. at tony for the American bankers, and Walker Spencer. representing the Yuca tan Organisation. endeavored to draw from the witness an admission that he was in the employ of or was influenced by the International Harvester Coem pany. Mr. Lukena denied that the Harvester company was in any manner the instiga tar of the campaign. He admitted. how ever, that the International Harvester -e. the largest advertier in his paper. He also said the material for editorials a.jd articles appearing in his Daper bear 'ie on the so-called sisal trust and the American connections was furnished by H . Daniels, head of the fiber depart rment of the International Harvester, and Nilton Daly. a Chicago fiber broker, who. it was brought out. was the agent of Montee, the reputed agent of the Inter national Harvester in Tucatan. WfLEON 0LICI IRDOM ED. Teanesee states Demeeratie Cemn maittee Taken Aettem. Nashville, Ten.. Feb. 2.-The State Democratic committee. In session here today. called a convention to meet in this egy May 17 to nominate candidates for governor and one railroad commissioner and to name delegates to the national convention. The administration of President Wilson was Inbdored In every important policy. rpecifically enumerated. and also the ad ministration of Gov. Rye. GRIDIRON CLUB MAKES MERRY AT BIG DIMER CO4TINUED FROM PAGE ONE. LOUIS W. STRATR. President ef-Ahe Gridtrom Club. ceremonies will begin with a parade befitting thee days of Jeffersonian simplicity." The Marine Band struck up and the whole club marched into the room. "Who is being inaugurated," was asked. "'Louis W. Strayer, of the Pittsburgh Dirpatch." "Has he received the indorsement of Col. Roosevelt?" "As far as I know, the Colonel has not indoraed anybody for anything ex cept Charles E. Hughes. who won't take it. and Herbert S. Hadley. who can't get It." "I wish to include in the Colonel's list the name of Theodore Roosevelt." Nis Cigar lean't Taste Right And Yet It Is the Same He Was Smoking with So Much Relish After Dinner, Last Night. Out of the Very Same Box, Too. :very smoker has experienced this pecuiaar condition of the stomach and liver, the result usually of Imperfect digestion of food. And the blame is us ually not put where it belongs. What's the ' Trouble? Such men are usnally hIgh livers, hard workers mentally. living under high pres sure and high draught, and it doesn't talke a great deal to disorder the stomach or render the liver torpid. They should make it a practice to urn the tried and reliable Stuart Dyspepeie 'Tablets, that wifl aid Nature and take care of the sudden attascks of indigestion. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets digest food where the stomach can't. Brain workers can rely on Stuart's Dyapepsia Tablets, All Druggists carry them in I0-cent boxes, or get a free trial package by mailing below coupon at ease. FlEE hTMIL COWPN F. A. Stuast Ce.. 2U Samrt dug,.. M--e-2fl Mieh.. send me at once a free.trial s~kage of Stuart's -sret . ..... , .... 1001 -.a =W Pre~eat tet 'sgeuthels b & *tsr% ne .h de ~ a Us 1risma eated shd se3S:" '7 bave bees taIhims byVII _a with the Osesoal at him it he edthe eot petident. 418W' tO=fe o14 -W aet dd the Casene safr low Ces te the srmand. "He said aa, automobile bad ran over his ear aid he coulde't hear." "Now could such a thing happea?" "I gathered that, at that time. his er was close to the ground." "Did he may what kind of an auto stoble It was?" "Yes. It was a Ford." "Ab. that explains the Clone's an tipathy to the peace movement." Several other memubers entered ear Ing they had talked with the Colonel In Bermuda. but in each ease the re port was that the Colonel had not men tioned the name of Mr. Strayer as a probable candidate of the dridiroa Club. Then one member said: "Mr. Strayer, you had better assume the duties of president before the Colonel finds you unavailable." Mr. Strayer-"I am already on the job." A Member-"Subject to the approval of the Colonel. I give a reluctant consent to the Inauguration of this gentleman. But I wish to place myself on record as saying that I will never consent to the inauguration of Elihu Root as President of the United States." Wave gang for Mr. Kee. The procession marched out to the tune of "Therell Be a Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight." singing these lines: "From the Chinese nation old Comes a man across the e. Though the merest youth In years, Still he knows diplomacy. Yes, we're sure you will agree That he knows diplomacy. "Mr. Koo. oh, Mr. Koo. From the Orient We are glad to Welcome you To the Occident. We remember Mr. Wu, With his merry Jest, And they say You're just as gay, Mr. Koo." This was sung to introduce the new Chinese Minister, Mr. Itoo. who in his talk kept the diners merry with his quips and Jests. Revise Many Phasee. The Gridiron Committee on Revision of the Glossary of the American LanguagV and Preparation of an Up-to-Date Dic tionary of Phrases and Fable submitted the following for approval: ADMIRAL-Noun-Formerly a naval offleer of the highest rank-contempora. neously a person whose power of speech has been paralyzed by executive order. COMMON COUNCIl-A democratic de liberative body which produces advice which nobody accepts. CONGRESS-A national legislative body. "Gress" from the Latin "gradior" and "con" from the American "con." meaning "con." RESIGN-Verb-To quit. For instance, Secretary Redfield will not resign. JUDICIAL TEMPERAMENT-Former ly a term used to describe the mental poise of William Howard Taft. now de scriptive of Louis D. Brandeis. NEUJ'TRAIATY-When a nation has a dozen enemies Instead of one. It is called neutrality. PEACE MEETING-The American E.VESCENi HIG14LY 8EttEFIC, A effet SkutIN LAXATIVE to take. 4444.4 a Osqer eso s'5cn ' ONSTIPATION lCN(yg 0o Liv VER$ITY PURE . COMPANY WA i 1 0TOW I -- and [ PRICE, 10c uAskel Hannen About 20,000,000 peopl, about Citro-Salz in 1916. Will you be one of those did remedy? EVERY DRUGGIST C Universal P~ BUYS THE VANO PLAYS ANY! SAKS, 615 7tk RS a l ein cls T hatb Gar wise. -e by -eielr PatPUX3AL MOTION-The wbeqls in Gade Gere' head. - M mes p-usses ad Idia were hubiths the above gIves sad idea et the-seep of the numlan' mesareb. M. aags No weasd. - "Mr. PresideAt." uted a a q of the clAb. "I t"e psarsur In V*40409 'Ing Mr. Gegg, menber at Congress fram nwhere." Mr. ~*6 spoke M' 9ervW of prebibitin in the P Tll=w=e the Die tract of CohuMbi.. 1a feet evOrywbre the people bad no vote. A noise was heard outside and en expreemian entered with two demijohns. calling for Mr. Gon. Wbch Mr. Gog do you want?" asked that gentleman. "Mr. Demigog." answered the expres Vice President Marshall told stories and made allusions to events in true Griiron style. Just before the terrapin was served and while the plates were being ebanged a member of the club attre ie Col. Roosevelt Just after his morning hike. After taking several cups of tea the Colonel looked over the front pages of several dailies, but found nothing in teresting and threw them away in dis gust. ge finally reosed ms whose editorial page. whic the back page. seemed to please him aIM his maile broad sned. Ue then went thfough the neione of swinging Indian clubs, dumb bells, the manual of arms. bayonet exercIses. etc., in pantomime. After a violent punch ing bag exercise. he 4rew as imaginary ring on the Boor, threw his hat Into the ring, and assumed a heroio pose. Later the guests witnessed a scene at the railway station gate where men of national prominence were boarding tior trains for Chicago and St. Louis, to attend the annual conventions. Ugesdent Masses psa---. No Gtitdiron banquet would be com plots without MaJ. stofer's "Water melon Song." which he sang in excel lent voice and in the chorus of which the members Joined. After Senator Harding's witty remarks the white lights were extinguished and the red thrown on. giving the room a rich. "warm" glow for the burlesque on Offenbach's operetta. "Orpheus and Eurydice." In this skit the members and their guests had a lot of fun with contemporaneous politics and poli ticians. Several of the correspondents sang individual verses to guests, as. for example: "Hell is nice and warm In winter. And it isn't hard to fell; Mr. Colderon. please enter With Da Gama of Brasil." After innumerable laughs, the club sang: All through the land they're talking Wilson of you; Some say you'll win In walking Race number two; Opponents fiercely brawling, Threaten anew; And everywhere they're callin'. Calling for you." This song Introduced President Wil son, who responded with an address lasting fifteen minutes. ERVESCENT lve, valuable laxative. Pleasant is recommended for ONSTIPATION, HEADACHES, ISORDERED LIVER and KIDNEYS A BOTTLE and Pleasant to Tak. e will read our advertisements ,ho take advantage of this splen MN SUPPLY YOU WITH re Drug Co. PHONE ETAL TALJCUIG 3~ WcusIncU IZE RECORpS baEAR ITAT The ?**=' The o efthe Iterior. The ethliuy The The 3;Vbr The B a Minater. Aedrew A. Aman== New Teirk City. Fe I, .gnu, Balmore-Aaa-8ww. Jarnes B.. Aleehre, taajor general, U. K -A. .=bert . -Baker. Cleveand Plain. Dealer. Day Baker, Washinsten, D. C. George Barr Baker. New Terk City. J. 1. Baru, New York City. Jame Victor Barry, New York City. Joa Barrett, 4iretor Pa-America Union. Austin Beach. Pittsburgh Dispatch. Albert . BerrY, Phiatapghia, Pa. Charles . Bery, Washington. D, C. Arthur Blanchard, Washington. D. C. C. I Blethen. Seattle Tbhee. GardlnW 1. Booth. Aleandwia. Va. William A. Borah. genator from Idaho. J. McB. Bowman. New York City. E. T. Brown. Atlanta. Ga. George W. Brown. Boeston. Mss Hilton U. 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Springfeld Repub lican. Dr. William C. GwYn. Washington. D. C. Emerson C. Harrington. Gevernor of Maryland. PO IN AL L3W. Two D Car Ds, e. 304C. .sb Neammpm C Albert Jae. ew.w Tst it. C Great. Jmav. Wa gton, P.C. GWl. N. Sc e e Wn. ao 0 . ski mNetw. D. . Aftert Iai.L New Yest CIMF. harles Gera Wan"WaMbusta. . D. C. 0ul t . Kaha mseter oti gmtrn Ca. fornia W. Irving =an mb. Wasidgton. D. C. R. X. if Kafman,. WasMiagte.n Evung star. "Icter Kauesman. Wasington Evening star. Frank I. Knt. Batimore Sna. John A. Key. Representative fre. Ohio. Calin P. King. Chioago. ILl. (az..os P. King. Washantob. D. C. Mam Klaw. New York City. Waiter H. Kiopfr. Washington. D. C. WMi &E K night. New York City. Frank Knox. Manchester. N. H. Wilte . LImAbert. Waahington. D. C. James J. Lampton. Wadaingtbn. D. C. George laughlin. New York Her&d. Ralph W. Lee. Washington. D. C. George A. Lewis, Washington. D. C. Charles Ankion. Washincton, D. C. F. I. iUttle. New York City. F. G. LUebod. Detroit. Mich. Nicholas Longsworth, Representative tin Ohio. L F. LAree. Delaware and Hudson Co. Gidson A. Lyon. Washington Evening Stor. Charles A. McAllister. Egineer-in Chief. Coast Guard. Medill McCormIck. Chicago. 11l. Malcolm McDowell. Baltimore. Md. James F. MeConnochie. Washington. D. C. K. 0. McCormiek. Washington. D. C. C. C. McChord. Interstate Commerce Commision. Martin B. Madden. Representative from P113SDRUG s .4 FOUR OF OUR S') ays-Monday and I TD. C. Jor. xeows 3. M , - - rT. w5 Om C, May Narment. New Test C. Clarees P. sAeraast, Weebugts , D. Theoder. W. 1Wes, Wa e 9701. tag Star. George T. Ouiver, s.aater mess POm sylvania. Rihard Oubham, Jr. arIbrg Pm. L P Podgett. aepresmmatis ftee RudoN Paeaeor. New Trk City. Walter Dant Palmer. Alhamy. N. Y. John H. Patteres,. Dayto. Ob. Paul Patterson, Balim.e Sem. Wright A. PateMO, Western News pper Union. ol"e Pereo Geester tream oemft Tanis.I D. 0. Pfeer, Washington, D. C. Albert Phet, Manufacturers' ReordI James Phillps. Jr.. 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HERE'S THE MLA-JUST AS SIMML AS A9 B9 C IA L Fw of A Purcha artile inthis advertisement at the regular r~p Hair Tonics Cold Remedies price got & second one for I cent! For Instance, thi 25c White Pine s - e but Isetteee a" T Do eedy. an rxce1lent non Expectorant m p P I Is flnf .........2 bottles for 41 c 5 0 A5..Tonir.paran exorllen 25c Sanitol Z5c Plain or with tar; re- prearan for dan- V Ce, Tooth Powder or olieves a cough without 4ohe r Paste. .. any bad after effects. 2 for $1.01 wnle reover 2 for 26c - - 2 bottles, 26c Post. m Park Io and 26c ft h to for natra 2 for Sic Ise Laxative Cold Qaitmae Tab- 23e Graham'. Dental $1 Seera orma- 2 bot for 26c. let h cure . cold In rth recom- "ol a tpbsrs ]% twelve hours ...........2 o ~ meing ....... ~ puer ..... " -'for $1 .01 Au i atr al 15e Breoehlal Los- lee WItch Has.l 98c ar Hype- Tonle rgee plain or men- Tooth Meap. 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Chr- not hair restr b oage a tsiph. guaranteed not a SIAM e t 25c Extract Uver oil combined with hypophos- strength; cotl bt able .n .... r omnan 2otls shed phites of lime and soda: useful in treatment of 15e Sod Mint and TL Prof Farmer's CompoA. thot n e" ale. ...2fr ~ lets~s gr&-n 0~i promoltes the growth of the i'.ir for 26c lun troubl. 2 bottles, $1.01 2 D o d restores it. n cade l u n g t r u b eI s u p h u r nm o tt c r aPar a a ke . . .. ~ v i a 2 f r 2 ( x l u t e l y s a f e n t r l o o a n Le~gs u p In ..and harm- 2 bottles for $1 -01 pints, easyto tke 2 for16Cri~h. redl blood; 100 2fr I* 01fk in bottle ...... 2i fo 2 for 26c Ws Harbor aena the little 25 Piere's Pel-. Toilet Saps of backache . 2 Ic 25e Reas Char- 2 T ie 2 251e Plavanoca alt ....T ie ed -AMade fro Japalme Almond 35c Graham's hAY pure olive o of oil "d Cream. 2 Violet Borated the baby;o Talcum Powder. Creamse nearly pound.clears rleanmgel2ps GorCed p We PresdieCreams. the da rt for 36 " 2 for 26 A . o'" 2 for 2c Xie a DYmp*P"l 2 for 26c "a. ls mild . ... Ztor Ztc 25c Hand and te" .. ..-.. . ..2ets ca k ei .. .al,6 cs es cJo"*. Jegr 2 for 20Ic 2 " '* i.h'.. 2 for 16: w Spirits Tur- W Igne for re' 2 for 2lr aGler peCtime, pi . 2 e fr 2cyr ........... Soap;sincor c f-e Gyeine. ome. rnsy- per chap- o n e~raRrn i iu'~ 2fr16 Water and Dea~m2fr3c forated back. h an d .... '.. .!2 for I Ic1 Salv . Se Dr. od' Mut- 2 , lbs . .e-pint bottle o eampee Sep. .........a d Ie2 roas Pold 5. 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