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ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO, MONDAY. DECEMBER 6. 1920
ASSOCIATED FMSSt aiWI
THB STEWS TBI DAY XT HAPFEKt
'Precious Days Are Calling for Service to Our, Common Country' -Hardin
r jiff 1)1 1 p i
66TH CONGRESS MEETS TODAY IN ITS
THIRD AND FINAL SESSION; MANY
PROBLEMS PRESS FOR SETTLEMENT
BILL TO REPEAL
Johnson Bill Prohibiting
Immigration for Two
Years First to Be Favor
V fM A40CtATf O !
WAKHI.N'OTMV. Doe. fl. Tho third
and flnnl scansion u' the sixty-sixth
congresn begun here today with
I'reatdcnt-elect Harding In IiIm seat tn
tho wnutp. Tho gatlertcn began to
fill enrly In the day nml were crowd
ed when tho gavHa nf Vice I'rciadcnt
Merslm'I and tproker :i!lott foil
promptly nt noon.
'nrninllt'oa of iM-thm Scswlmi
I'nnwgo of the annual appropriation
hllln nnd preliminary work on mutters
to be pus'ied by th n w ndmlu'stra
Hon wore expe 'tc.l to j.y much
nf tlto tl"i for the Innt session of the
sixty-sixth enngrcsn whl-h begun to
day tn eontnu until tho Inuuguru
tlon of I'rcslftcnt-elcL-t) Hurdlng on
Krssloiui todtiy well1 limited to thi'
usual formal erremonlon In the senate-
and house. Tomorrow the iinnunl
mew'HRs from President Wl'snn - will
lie received mid congress then will get
down to the real work of the session.
Kecvipt from Secretniy Houston of
the nnnunl federal upp oprlntlnu en
tlmntoa, aggregating several bUlhm
uf dollars, wnn one of Inlay's events
Adjournment until tomorrow out
of re ctcet for house members who
have died nlnce the cloning of ih lust
HMlnn In June nnd to await tho
president's mensnge, wnn arranged to
follow today routine. Thin Included
the chaplain's prayer, roll culls of
membership itd adoption of resolu
tions to notl.y the president and each
l.ody of today's assembling. Hcnator
J4odire of Miinn., thi rt'pobllcrtM lend
er, hd ehiiini' nf (hene rH(tlutlinH In
4 he icnnte, nnd Ht-preHeoinlh e .Mnti
dnll f W.o. mill on criiU In r from u
reeeut nccldent, arttil Mlmilui'lly In
Now Ken u Ion Kworn In
Other formnlitleH on todny'n pro
pi'uni were the HWenrlnir in of Ht-im-toi'H
Carter ilniM, of Vil'Klnla, elerti d
to fill the. unexpired teiin of the
late Heimior Mai tin, and Henntor J.
Thnmuii Ifeflln, of AlnLimit, -mn k-
Kor to the late 4-iiHiur ItanMp'iid.
H"Veral Hew hoilfie nieniberH elected tn
fill VRenucluH uIho were to be hwurn
TheKe t wi-re the unly I m mediate
rhaiiRM vetMlthiK I mm the November
election, none nf th new it nutirH
or ropreitent'ttlvcK takinic thetr neatr
until nfter Match 4. The MeMniu;i bo
Klnntntr today, however, wuh the butt
I'xr many uiemberH, Inciudlm; prnin
luent vuterutiH, who retire with Mine
die adjoin nrnent next AlHrch.
Knth tienttte nnd 1hju;" expi-ct to
plunge Immediately ii to Work lonuir
row, ot nan lent hn under reouhllcan
font ltd hiiVlmr been- affoitud last
nininii ut the flral reuulnr Ht-HHlnn ot
the preHetit eonureMH. f'ommltteex
were orirHiitxed, except for n few vtv
enncleK and enlurireinent of (he bourn
linproprlullnnn eommlltee from 'J I to
113 niemhet-H under the new hnuie
rule cuutrHllKinir nil appropriation
blllu In the committee.
1 Ttie l'ftlHttve rrotfriiiit
The icnnte m unflnlHbe'd biiMlnenit,
STATE INCOME TAX
. ; LAW IS HID
Immediate Appeal Taken
to Supreme Court in
Hope of Decision Be
fore Legislature Con-
Snnta Fc.. X. !..' Itrc. lln
1 trlet Judge Iter. Ilnllomun hero
tnitur I4I1 I he HUtU- Ineinno Inx
law uneonnUluiloiinl, , upholding
ull like voiiteuttoife of tlioe Uo
u I tacked the law In the rourl.
chief -of which wen Hint Mm
"graduated" fcMttureH iitAnltdutml
it ami that it dtTHoiliiHUd by
Uiklnff doincNtie and not foreign
An apMMi whh tuken to the au
premc oouii wllh the ,hopo nf
aecuiiug a final dciiilon without
delay In order to clear lliu way
for pot4t)le further Incomo tax
UylJartoa at Uu 1921 mmiou.
pending and nwnttlng debute, with
protracted dtncuanton in prospect, in
cluded the 'Kenyon-Kondrlek hilla to
regulate the ment pnekera and other
ndjun'-tn of tha Uveatock Induntry.
The bill wnn expected to be the vchl- :
cle fur numeroun npeechea nnd other
debate by nenntora on political event,
domentle nnd foreign, and many other
nuhji'ctfl, Tha houie alnu had many
bills wnlting on Ita calendar.
Although all ponding bill die when
con'-tremi adjourn In March, tittle
genera) leglulntlun wai planned fnt ;
the prenent nennlnn by leader. The;
npproprtntlon bill, originating in the
hoime. were to be given right of way,
in tho hope of panning all by 11 arch
and having the deck clrnr for other
lerlKlntinn In tha prnpowd Hppclal I
Hcfmion of the new eongrea next
AnrM. Many new bill and resolu
tion were ready for Introduction,
Statu of Foreign llelntlona
With general expectation that
wl :ie of President-elect Harding nnd
other republican leadem would pre
vnll rogurdtng legiMtntlva action dur
ing the present aesHlon. no lmmidlate
move regnrdlng American interna
tional relntlon was contemplated by
he republican lenders. There wa
much npeculntton today amomr r
turning member of congress whether
I'resldent Wilson would return the
treaty of Venwilllea to the eenate.
Trent lea before the senate forelitn
relations committee, without prospe.rf
f ear'v action, weii- the Tnllsh treaty,
the p'-oponed Anglo-A mertcan-l-'ren h
pact for protection of France nnd the
treaty with olumbla. The Austrinn
treaty has not yel been aubmltleU by
Tux UglsluUoit To Walt
Ttcvcnub nnd taxation fjuestlons nrc
to have early consideration of senate
nnd house lender nnd committees,
but general sentiment Pnred to be
for deferring action until nfter pres
ident Itaitilnff Inauguration. lre-Ihnluiii-y
work on bills to ravine tar
iff And Internal revenue proaobly wl(
be started during the present session,
hwecii. to ex.icdlato action at tho
1'llls to nld ngrlculturlsla, llrrtit Im
migration nnd make a congressional
reapportionment are among those to
b taken up curly this aesslnn. The
honxo census committee nlrendy has
bepun work on a tentative reappor
tionment bill nnd the house Immigra
tion committee on n mHugu to re
Many Trota Coming Vp
(4nllnnance of several nld nnd the
launching of several new congression
al Investigation also are planned. The
senate eommlltee. bended by tenntor
Kenvun, of Iowa, which has been In
vestigating political cumpalgn eontrt
ixtrbiua and activities. Is expectt-d to
file its report soon. The Senate priv
ileges and elections committee's In
quiry into the 'Newberry-Kord netni
torlal election contest. In Michigan
also Is pending, but Is not expected
to have concluded until a.'ler disposi
tion uf Henntor Newberry's appeal to
rbe supreme court from hln convic
tion of violating the election laws.
Thmnlm Down On Nomination
Hundreds nt- nominations, includ
ing many recess appointments, are to
be sent to tho senate, noon by Presi
dent Wilson, but republican leaders
. i. h.i .. in lvitt4lv that there is IM lie
chance of confirmation of many of
he appointments, Offlcera nominat
ed will hold over and fifnetion. but
with tho virtually certain pronpect
oi I'lnv huccoshoi'h appointed by il
nf new republican president and con-
iiiied bv the next senate.
The sesflon which began today was
he third of the Hlxty-slxth congrons.
The first, the special session convened
Mey in and udjonrncd Nov. lit, 1!19.
and the second, convening Dec. 1 ad
journed last June : before tho nntlon
al political conventions.
Tn lU'lMal All War Linvn
Vw-Hr4iTO..V, Uec. 8. 'tne of
the fli'Ht steps by the republican ma
jority In the house to place the coun
ts -.n u iiixifst ilmo basis was taken
t,,'ili.v l,v Iteoreiienuillva Volstead of
MlnucHtdu, chairman of the Judiciary
commtUce why Introduced a bill ie
Jicullng nil war time statutes, except
the trading with tho enemy, fond con
trol. District of Columbia rent, llb-
1 1- In iis I ii ml i-Motolliisfe acts.
Mr. V'tdsicad announced that the
'udhHary committee would begin
hearings Immediately. Amendment
,r ilif h in coniintttee tn exempt tne
wrtr finance corporation la expected
by houiie leader.
Johnson 1111 1 1 -ported
VAWII!NfJT( N, Dec. 8 - Kavnr-
iililn n-nnrt on the .lohniion bill pro
hfl-ltlng imtnlgrntlon In the IT ted
8tHica for a period of two years wan
ordered toilaV liy inn nouw iinmigrn
Hon committee. Chairmnn Johnuon
of the committee said the measure
would be given preference tn tho
The meaaur would become effee-
tlvA alxty days after enactment
ThA meustire would exempt blood re
iatlves of nnturnlijwd citizen and nlro
exempt for u period of six months
pel-sons who have resided contlnu
oosly for one year In On ho. Mexico,
Canada and Newfoundland. Six
rrviiPhs exemption are allowed for
travelers nnd forclgnera attending
At ""can educational Inst'tutlons
wauld bo admitted for audi time a
their eournea required.
foil Alder Farmcx-AbJ
WAdirixnTOX. (Dee. . A nuh
committee to determine whether the
resoluilotiVli reeling revival of the war
llnance corporation shall be a Joint or
coucuirfnt one wan appointed today
bv the loint congresaionai comnju
tee holding heaiinga on the aericul
Jural situation. A concurrent reaolu
tlon would not require approval by
DO NOT EXPECT
First Notification Com
mittee of This Congress
Formally Received in
ev ortATve pmtw
WAHHINQTON, Dec. fi Pn?Ulent
Wilson did not Indicate today to the
congressional committee, whether he
would address congrea tomorrow in
person. Ho almply told tho com
mittee that came to Inform him con
gress was n aenslon that he would
"communicate who" congresa.
Hctmtor I'ndorwood, of Alabama,
the democratic lender in the senate
described the president us being "in
very good spirits and ua looking
TJie president received the con
gressional committee standing In the
blue room. Former Hpeaker Champ
Clnrk said the president wtilkod Into
tho room "briskly," but with a cane.
The impression taken away from
the whlto house by the five members
of tho commiUoo Senators Xxnlgc
and Underwood, nnd Representatives
Mondell, Fordney and Clark, van that
the president would not address con-
grens in person, but would aond his
message to ho rend.
Tho president did not shake hands
With the mcmlieis of the committee.
(IreetingK wei e exchanged and t he
president announced that be would
communicate with congress tomor
row. The committee then left.
Representative Mond"U Maid the
president uh he entered the blue room
remarked that It wua "necessary to
use his third leg."
(Miy of the visitors said the execu
tive's video was "hollow and low"
and that the committee member had
dlrtVully In catching the few words
Heimior Lodge of Mass.ichusettM
headed the committee which called
at the white house today to Inform
President Wilson that congress was
In sciedon and ready to receive com
munications from jilm. It was the
first meeting between the ' president
and Senator Iodue since before the
peace treaty was defeated In the sen
ate, under Henutor Lodge's leader
It wan tho first committee of noti
fication from tho sixty-sixth congress
In call upon him, and wna the flint
congressional committee, with mm
exception to bo received by Mr. Wil
son since hu wiw tukcu ill. moru than
than a year ago.
First Half Day of Campaign
For Child Welfare Cause
Eighteen Teams in Eighteen Districts Propose to Give Every Citizen
Opportunity to Aid in Financing Home and Hospital. Expect
to Reach $3,500 Total Desired by Tomorrow Night.
Nearly $1,300 was cUmated and sub
scribed by Albuquerque to the Slato
child welfare cause In the first half
day of the cumpalgn. Workers who
guthcred at tho Y. W, C. A. for lun
cheon ut noon today reported that,
contribution were being mude freely.
Tho girts uru mainly cash, although
a few pledges have been signed.
The campaign to ralso ut least $:(,
G0 In Albuquerque today and tomor
row us the city's uoli tri bu tlon to the
fund to purchase u home for the
state child welfare headquarters In
Bantu Ke mnde a good start this
morning. Kvery prospect' of success
in completing the campaign by to
morrow nliiht Is assured. Tho entire
fund to bu raised by the utate is f I.'l,
000. Contributors to tho child wcirarr
fund are pinned with a tag to indi
cate their generosity. The tags bear
a picture of the Htate child well arc
house nnd proponed maternity hospi
tal ut Santa Ko. tin the reverse side
of the card appears the legend "You
are bslping cancel tho debt on your
state child welfare, and mutornity
He vera I other cities nnd towns in
the stale uro raising their share of
the money by observing "tag days,"
Hoswell ban Kent to the cumpalgn
headquarters for 3.01)0 tag. I"
Vegan Is raining money by a series
of benefit bridges, dances and shown.
Hprlnger is carrying on a house-to-house
en n vu as. Although the n t a t o
campaign began a week ago, no de
finite returns have been obtuinod.
UlghUK'n Team hlart.
Klahtcen team of from three to
rivM Hnitclturs armed with tags, pen
oils and pledge cards tarted from
ih V. M C. A. shortly after 9
o'clock this moraine on the first Up
First Photos From
:ft v v
I ; 'n
...... i.f: svri
This is the first photocrraph received
sembly in the Hull of the Reformation, at Geneva, Switzerland. Insot is a oloseup of Paul Hymans
of Belirium, first president of tho assembly, presiding at the opening meeting. Arrow indicates
Hymans in the president's chair
Plan Special Train From
Albuquerque to Capital for
Inauguration Of Gov. Mechem
A special trnin with n, brans band,
a bunch of banners nnd thrt- or four
hundred enthusiastic citizens of Albu
queruuo who wlnli to attend the inau
guration ceremonies of Governor
elect .MeniitC Mechem in Hantu Fe
on New Year's day, Is the pluu which
is being developed today.
The "Inuiitnirutlnn Hpccl.il" would
leave Albuquerque early in the morn
ing of January 1 and return late that
evening- Aecoinmodationa for about
three hundred people with perlinpx
Kpccial rates fur the excursion may
Ir. Henry ltolf Urnwn nnd A. H.
Htruup are making Inquiries about
tho poKHlblllliea of the excursion to
day and will announce delailH lut.-r.
If suflieieiii Inter-tut i shown in tlu
propoHcd trip It Is more than likeo'
that the pi -rial train may be cimageil
for the daw
It is planned to malte a fjnla affair
of Ihc trip. Many persons wbo wish
to attend tint Inaugural ceremoiiieu
of the two day drive In .Ubiiqic-rqiie
lor funds for the statu child welfare
headquarters. The clly has been
sub-dlvldetl into districts to eai-h of
wlilch a leant Iiiih been appointed,
Juif,'c M. Mickey met whh Un
learn h and llnlr eapuihm tbit uioru
tug to give them their final 'liiHiruc
tlotM, .Mis. Adit Mittuer Is chair
man of Die hu-al cuuipalKn and .Mis.
C. ( '. .Mi acham, secretary. 1. lV
McCiiilia ami Mi Nordhaus asKlsted
at tho iieailquartciH.
The workers signed up for this
morning wen- as follows Team 1,
Mix ti. A. Hacherhl. capinin: Mr.
McCiotlcii,' .Mim.'.I H LalideiN, 'I'laui J.
Mrs. Al Coleman, capiuin; Mis. V.
H. I.alblle, .Mrs. Albert (iuf.lorf:
Team II, .Mis W. It. Walton. al lin,
Mrs. M. K. liiekty. Mrs. Kidney Itus
enwald. Mrs. 1-1. A. Vuuuhov; Tc-im
4, Mrs. fnn (iruusf:Id, captain, Ms.
H. LewliiKoii; Team ft, M is. tieoi e
Vidliant. captnin. Miss Aiameta .or
(C4otlnued on pnge two.)
Geneva - League of
Nations Assembly in Open Session
in America siicwtnir tho first session of the league of nations as
on the rostrum.
and ti visit Hnnta Fe as well will bo
glad of Itie opportunity to go with
Organlnilon Completed Totlny,
Organixcd effort to carry out the
tipeclal train plan was arranged for
this afternoon with completion of a
general eommlltee on arrangements
This committee was chosen after def
inite Information had been received
from Huntu Ke railroad officers that
the train could be furnished with
cars enough to carry from 100 to
2 fio. ( no hum' red is tho minimum
required for the train, and it Is now
expected that jr0 will get on tho ex
cursion. It has been found that .
ratiKements can be made, for nerving
luncheon to the entire pnrty In Hauui
The com ru illce ornanla t Ion has
sought to Includp every business and
politteal organization In tho city, with
a large im-mhei-Hhlp In tho commit
tee at large. The committee follows:
(ieneral chairman, lr. Henry
Itolle lirown: chamber of comment,
lr. 1.. H. I'eiere, II. 1(. Watklns; no
tary club, C. M, fin r her. tester
Cooper; Kiwanis club. Dr. M. K.
Wylder, lr. IbtwerK; lbisiuesn Worn
en's club, Mrs. Medler; Woman's
chili, Mrs. ,1. (I, llould: de:nnerail
county com ml t tee, W. C. uesirelch;
ItusinesH Men's nxsoctntion, I'. T.
Cliase; women's deinoeratlc commit
tee. Mrs I'- I. John so n ; city com
mission. Walter M. Council: Lawyers'
club, (leorgc H. Klock; Medical asso
ciation. In, van Atta; Dental society.
Dr. Kller; f. A. It., C. C. liliss: Hpn.i
lh War Veterans, Cap'ain Clark t.
' 'ai r; American cglon, Charles
I. emhke. '
Committee nt Large.
T II liovd, Mrs. W. It. Walton, A.
A. Hedllln, N. IV l''leld. Judge H.
I lickey. IV Spitz, Toinas (ionxab-s,
M. IV ( Hero. .1. It. yalnzar. Jesus
Itomnro. MtH, John Htmitiqutst, Mrs.
A I. ( "oh iua u. l.oiils Mclteii, M;i
NordhaiiH, I:, K, l'uliiey. Hen ben 1'er
ry, (l. .N. .Mai-roll, John Venahle, .1.
II. llerndon, A. G. Siinms. A. IV
Strottp, D. K. H Hellers, Itoehl.
HiiiMdieX, V. IV Wood. Max flnlterns.
Thomas 1 lughes. I.ouis lli'tdd, (. A.
Malson. A. IV MeMilten. J. W. Wil
son, Ivan RmnsfeM, C. O. Ctishmaii.
W i'. rteid. Dr. D. H 1 1111, Ii. 1. 1-ee.
William Cntc. Itafael C,aria. (t. H
Downer. C. M. l'otls, Arthur I'ragtsi,
N. (V McCrodcn, licorgo ltosliiu;ton,
D. K. Jlarloii, C, T. l-'rench, llermnn
Mohr, t 'harles i 'hadwtck. t 'bu i i-w
White, .1. T. MclJiimhllm l-'raiik
U' Htcrfield, l'rarik Graham, Joon
Milne, Karl Howdich, Newior Mn
tiiva, Ct. A. KiiHuiniin, II- LI. Jamlhon,
Aldo Lecqiold, Kd. Cnv, S. Well,
l.loyd KluiKts, II. O, Duerr, H. K.
HA NT A KK. N. M.. Dec. . - -1 Ma
li let Judge Hollonmn latu this af
ternoon made prrmanent the In
junction rrsli-alnlng the warden of
tho penitentiary from releasing tho
16 VilliHlaii recently pardoned by
Cover no i- 'l.ariH.olo, Appeal trom
the court's order will be taken t.o
the state suprm court by attor
neys tor the VlllistaK.
A - , f .,
GiRL W ESCORT
Mystery Surrounds Dis
appearance of Alameda
Young People; Car Is
Smashed on Fourth
A wrecked Over land atitomo
I, lie found on (ho North Fourtli
street road this mornUig ami the
shiuiliancouH cllsapkcnraisix,i uf
Iglno do I. una uud Miss Augus
titut (; n tier re of AUutkmIa
limimht a rnvcl of mystery Into
lwdlce circles ami llio shctifrs of
Lconor (allcgtm, mother of
the missing girl, and Amcllo tie
1uiia. father of tho ntlsHlncc hoy,
are distracted. Tho two tn rents
ntqtcarcd at Uic )olce station to
day nnd togctlicr with tho sheriff
nnd deputies ami member of tho
ImiIIcu department, started a
search for I ho missing 'youths.
The wrecked automobile on the
North fourth street road has been
ideutllled by the father us that be'
longing to Jgino de Luna. According
to bis story bis son had taken the
girl, hliu is -now missing, together
with her mother, to a dance at Ala-
uu-da Inst night. The boy brought
the girl's mother and some othur
people, homo late lust night und then
went buck to the danco for Miss
Judging from the wrecked car It
Is believed that lultio de Kuna und
Miss Guticrrex wtro en rnuto to Al
hiiqueiquu when tho car turneii over
on tiie loud. Tho car Is u i lusa of
wreckage und persons who have
viewed It any they tin not see how
any rtun In the car could have
-aped serious injury or death-
It is believed that the car must
have hit the fence by the roadside,
swerved and toppled, a part of the
fifiico being broken. Tho police to
day made a xenrch or tho hospitals
but no tiaiu of uny injured could be
Tho only theory I tint Is advanced
l.i thut tho couple were injured and
were picked up by other utllolsta
passing by. This nflemoon other
residents of Alameda beside the rel
atives bcKan efforts to tinsolvo the
mvKtery. Tho missing girl is 18 years
old und de Iuua Is 25.
Police Raid the
Dublin City Hall;
Six Arrests Made
Dl'ltUX. Dec. . -Auxiliary police
rallied the Dublin city hall today and
arrested six members of tho voi pota
tion. filrls Arrest1! hi Idvrrpn!.
1,1 V KKl'OOl 1 eu. ti. HensHtlonut
Klnn Keln documents, alleged to dal
with purchnso of arms and munitions
on a great scale, ate reported to have
been discovered during a raid at Kea
f ot t li. I airing tho raid two young
and eivlishly ut tired Irish gii'a were
Lies in Coordination
and Cooperation of Ita
Branches, Says Next
av tn a Meet aa rnni
WASTllNXiTf'N. Dec, C A dny of
cooperation and friendly relation t.
tween the Whitn House and congTesa
was forecast by President-elect Hard-
Ing today In a nhort address from tha
floor of tha senate.
Though disc I filming any desire to
Crltlcbte tht nNtsani d.iIkI.. .1
Mr. Hardin declared lt on. of tha I
ambitions of pt four rears as chief f
executive to Insure betur team work J
between tha two branches of the gov- i
em ment. f
The speorh, which did not touch on f
detailed questions of policy, was do- I
uvered by tha president-elect in re- I
aponse to an ovation that greeted f
him when he went to the senate f
chamber In his capacity aa a senator I
and anawered to the opening; roll call i
01 me new aenslon. .
Senator Harding rone to sneak f- i
ter Senator Lodge of Massachusetts I
the republicnn leader, had called at-
trillion formiillv tn hi. . I
uski d that Ite ha rt..-.ui.i..i i.u ,t... I
vice preHldent., f
"1 am pleased at this greeting bv? J
fellow inomhiofj i. ti.. ".t..
Mr. Harding. ' m"" I
"No member of thla Imrtw nnwi I
more reluctant to leave it. I nmv -
ay to this senate that I came her
with very high respect for Hum body.
and 1 am leaving it with ar.u.r '
spect than that with which I came.
i one could always direct hla own
political fortune tn hi iil-i. r
should have preferred my member
ship here to any office a cltlx-n may
hold in thla re uu hi in a. .
the world. M
I like the frnnrinm tha tsHsnlatnn .
the patriotic sense of pMnnnuii.niiv
which aUdea here. I am oonMiiu
of the great place which congre
holds under our cunatitutinn n.t
Uoularly annslble to ihe obligations
When my responsibilities begin In
the executive capacity 1 ahall be as
mindful of the senate's rponslbllitlea
a I have bnnn uhiI,,,,. r
member, but 1 muau, at the same j
time, to be jut as insistent about the
resimnslbllltles tt the executive. Our
govemental 8tod fortune doe not I
He In any surrender at either nd of f
the avenue but in the coordinatuut
and cooperation which becnme the
two groat and truly representative
Tho 'Nenutortnl Oligarchy'
"This bring me to the thought
particularly in mind. Homcthlng has
been aald about the 'senatorial oli
garchy of course everyone hero
knows that to be a bit of highly im-
aginative and harmless fiction. Uut
I do recognise how essential la tho
helpfulness uf the senate in tho
making of a successful admlnlstra-,
"I want to ex ttress today the wish
of a colleague hir the confidence iwd
the cooperation of the members e
this body In the four years which be
gin next March 4. I do not limit this
sincene request to this aide of the
aisle. One cannot promise agreement
in all things with an opposite party
which h some times Insistently
wrong, but wo may find romn on
ground In the spirit uf service, and X
hope for thut agreeable and cour
teous and oft times helpful relation
ship with the oppitsite side which bus
added to the delights of fellow aervico
during the past sis yen -a.
"We are facing no eusy tank. Wa t
have our fuJi part in the readjust
ment of human affaire, after the
world tumult. We have our task
at home, we have our part In I ho
Inevitable work of the civilised
"With propriety I cannot vent'iro
upon any suggestions now e en
though I am spcMking as a mem tier
of this body. Three months. of tho
present ad mtnuM ration remain, und
I would have house and senate join
cordially In making them fruit ful,
rather thuti wasted month. There I
ho much to be done, und wc already
have hod so much of delay, thtC E
should llko unanimous recognition
that there are no party ends to serve,
but precious daya are calling lor ser
vice to our oommun country.
"I cannot resist the repetition of
my regret that my annociation on tlux
floor and In committee rooms Is end
ing; today. Let me express the hope
to one and all that nitrtougn Ght-io
oome a chnna In official relation
ship, it will not interrupt ur cooper
utlon, nor deprlvo us of the personal
fellowship which 1 have found to bu
a great oompenteiilon for the sacri
fices of cunsclvnUoun public service."
WfiXTERN VSHOW LOMS WIT.
WASHINGTON. Pec. The
Western Union Telegraph company
today lost its fight for an Injunction
restrain')!, the Louisville A Nawhvilh
rHl!ronrf company from removing its
telegraph lines from the railroad s
right of way when the supreme coin f
refused to review tha decision of tbe
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