National Affairs: 50,000 Druggists

The Druggists of Louisiana, in convention assembled at New Orleans, launched a boom to make Governor John M. Parker President of the United States. The Governor opened the convention with remarks inviting friendly and helpful criticism. His term expires in May, 1924, and he states that he is not a candidate for any office.

" I just want to say," said the attorney general for the National Association of Retail Druggists, "that although I was with the Republican National Committee for 20 years, I am advocating a Democrat for the next President and I...

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