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His show the 3. ha on as navy to - MADE HENRY CLAY ANGRY. Henry Slifer Told Kentuckian He ' Would Never Be President. : (Special ta The Indianapolis News.) GREENFIELD, Ind., April 2. Edward Slifer this week celebrated his eighty, first birthday anniversary in this city, where he dived or seventy years. He drove the stage between Knlghtstown and Greenfield in.1819, and between Green - Held and Cumberland In 1851. , In l44, when a boy of fourteen, he heard Henry Clay make a speech in favor of a high protective tariff at, Cambridge City, and encouraged by his boy associates associates he interrupted the speaker, saying, "You'll never be President while your head's hot." Clay stopped and replied: "What do you know about it you country clodhopper?" Mr. Slifer is the oldest living member of Hancock lodge of Masons. compel In the Railway papyj order saiil rolling perpetuate any all! railway Indiana "j - 4, J.!