POLITICAL NOTES: Miscellaneous Mentions: Mar. 15, 1926

John J. Pershing, General, U. S. A. retired, smiled last week without teeth. It was announced at the Walter Reid Hospital in Washington that he has in large measure recovered from the illness which forced him to return home from Chile, where he headed the Taena-Arica plebiscite commission. Following the extraction of his teeth, his blood pressure has fallen from 185 to 140 or 145 and the toxic poisoning has been reduced.

Comptroller General McCarl last week saved the Government $25 by ruling that a man's lifeblood is no commodity. One gob,...

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