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SENATE WILL OPEN WITH A NEW FACES Thomas, Idaho; Burton, Ohio; Larrazolo, New Mex ico; Glenn, Illinois, to Sit. Ey the Associated Press. Pour new faces will appear in the Senate when it reconvenes next month for the short and last term of the pres ent Congress. The new Senators, all Re publicans, were chosen at this election to fill unexpired terms of deceased members and one vacancy caused by resignation. An additional nine new members, eight of whom are Republicans, will be sworn when the newly elected Congress comes into office after next March 4. These members in most instances de feated incumbents, but one will fill a seat voluntarily relinquished. New Members. The new members who will take of fice immediately are John Thomas of Idaho, succeeding the late Frank R. Gooding: Representative Thocdore Bur ton of Ohio, succeeding the late Frank B. Willis; Octavino A. Larrazolo, of New Mexico, succeeding the late An drieus A. Jones, and Otis F. Glenn of Illinois, who takes the seat vacated by Frank L. Smith. Thomas. Burton and Glenn will serve until 1932, when the regular terms of their predecessors would have expired. Larrazolo will serve only until March 4, the conclusion of the term of the U?:e Senator Jones. New Republic: a Senators who will displace Democrats and who will be among the eight taking office when the new Congress reconvenes are: John G. Townsend. ,ir.. who defeated Senator Bayard of Delaware: Phillips Lee Onldsborough. who defeated Senator Bruce of Maryland: Hamilton F. Kean, who defeated Senator Edwards of New Jersey; Felix Herbert, who defeated Senator Gerry of Rhode Island, and Henry D. Hatfield, who defeated Sena tor Neely of West Virginia. Next Session Personnel. Others of the new? group entering the Senate in the next Congress will be Roscoe C. Patterson of Missouri, a Republican, who was elected to fill the seat which the veteran Democrat, Sen ator James A. Reed, is relinquishing, and Representative Tom Connally, a Democrat, of Texas, w’ho defeated Sen ator Mayfield for the nomination in that State and was subsequently elected. Senator Cutting, Republican, of New Mexico, who was appointed to succeed the late Senator Jones, did not run for election to complete Senator Jones’ term, but was elected as the new Sen ator from that State for the term be ginning next March 4. Frederick C. Walcott, Republican, won the senatorship from Connecticut, succeeding Senator George P. McLean, who was not a candidate for re-elec tion. QUESTIONS ELECTION. Opponent of Representative P. J. Moore to Seek Recount. NEWARK, N. J„ November 13 UP).— Fred A. Hartley, jr„ of Kearny, defeated candidate for Representative from the eighth congressional district, last night announced that formal appeal for a re count in his behalf would be made to day. The appeal will be made to Chief | Justice Gummere in this city. The official vote showed a total of ; 155,398 for Representative Pal J. Moore, i Democrat, and 64,849 for Hartley. Planes aid map making by the United States Geological Survey. Blind spots Alaska are surveyed by flyers. The Arlington Hotel 1025 Vermont Avenue i Announces the Inaugura ! ticn cf Special Monthly Winter Rates Room and Bath, $75 Per Mo. Parlor, Bedroom and Bath— sloo to $l4O Per Mo. ! i , Ideally situated on the border ! j line between the business and :) ; residential sections, the AR- ! LINGTON HOTEfj enjoys the advantages of both and the dis advantages of neither. All outside rooms, each equip- j j t ped with private tub and shower I i bath and circulating ice water. Special Monthly Meal Rates -•"T ' TTL.' _ '' l "J ii The W Hecht Co. Features || RCA I '$ RADIOLAS h m Another Nationally ikej < Known Product genggg wm b All the magic of j S Aladdin’s Lamp p couldn’t produce \ S one cup of this 1 | wonderful Town | IBrt. "****■ NEW SENATORS FOR THIS SESSION ■ Be™ Above: Left to right, John Thomas, Idaho; Theodore Burton, Ohio. Below: Left to right, Octarino A. Larrazolo and Otis F. Glenn, Illinois. —Associated Press Photos. i■ l '- - ■' , I ———————————————————————————— Wife Sues for Maintenance. Mrs. Catherine Yates, 1320 First street, has filed suit in the District Supreme Court for separate mainte nance against John C. Yates. They were married January 9, 1924, and the wife charges her husband deserted her last August, and has since failed to contribute to her support. She Is represented by Attorney Charles T. Clayton. FAMOUS FIFTIES I xJMore for your dollar in overcoat valuer These coats bear a name un rivalled in the world of fine overcoats. And they bear it worthily. They fittingly rep resent the quality that has spelled Kuppenheimer over coat supremacy for fifty-odd years. Yet the price is no higher than that of an ordinary coat/ the extra value at SSO is amazing. 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Always either denied or ignored by official spokesmen, such an alliance would have political value in that It would cement the ties between Italy and Bulgaria, which is a neighbor of Jugoslavia; it would tend to strengthen pro-Italian sympathies in the Balkans. But there have been no outward advances by the young Bulgar monarch, and the princess has spent the Summer and Autumn quietly with her family at Sant Anna di Valdieri, up in the mountainous north of Italy and later at San Rossore, near Pisa. When Ahmed Zogu assumed the title of Zogu I, King of the Albanians, there was a story about to the effect that Gio vanna was destined to be his consort, in order to weld the ties that bind Italy to the youthful kingdom across the Strait of Otranto. This proved unfounded. There is another possibility before the 21-year-old princess, that of becoming the bride of Prince Charles of Belgium, and as such Countess of Flanders. 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It is 6,186,- 109, according to latest figures. And the total vote has been announced as more than six times that number. “Remember about Hughes and Wil son?” they ask down there, and chuckle. “They ran neck and neck nationally and Wilson won by a hair-line de cision. * * * Well, we gave Wilson one more vote than Hughes here in Sanger field.” Since 1880 the “barometer" has never failed, records show. And the Sanger field majorities have corresponded al most exactly with the national major!- ties. Sometimes Republicans have won, sometimes Democrats. Sangerfield has always been on the winning side. Now, since by the most recent test, the “barometer” has once again proven its reliability, they are looking forward to the 1932 election. (Copyright, 1928. by North American News paper Alliance.) Ethiopia is to have its first automo bile highway, the project being backed personally by His Imperial Highness, the Prince Regent. 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The Adolph Bolm Ballet win appear at this concert for the only time In Washington this season. Mr. Bolm will appear In person at the concert tonight and will present a number of new and spectacular dance creations. He has been associated for the past four years with the Chicago Art Alliance. REPAIR PARTS For Furnaces a>4 Hot-Water Boilere FRIES, BEALL & SHARP 734 10th St N.W.