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CANNON SAVES SEAT
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Bl PEACEFUL PEACEFULResolution TALK TALKResolution TALKRe
Resolution Re olution Vacating Chair ChairReady ChairReady ChairReady
Ready Had H d His Words WordsBreathed WordsBreathed Y ords ordsBrea
Breathed Brea thed J DefianceTEMPER Defiance DefianceTEMPER DefianceTEMPER
TEMPER OF HOUSE HOUSESMOOTH HOUSESlVlOOTH HOUSESMOOTH
SMOOTH ON SURFACE SURFACEStory SURFACEStory SURFACEStory
Story Related of Nearness of Storm Stormon
on Closing Night of ofCongress ofCongress ofCongress
Congress CongressBy
By JOHN SNURE SNURESpeaker SNURESppaker SNURESpeaker
Speaker Cannon escaped being heiR < < thrown thrownout thrownout thrownout
out of the chair of the Speaker in the theclosing t tcsing theCLsstng
closing hours of the session which hlch has hasJust baajust hagjust
Just ended by only the breadth of z ahair zhair 2bair
hair hairHow I
How nearly the Speaker came to be being beng ¬ I IIng
ing ng ousted has ha Just become knownJt knownJtwas known Jtwas Jt Jtwas
was known on the last day of u the ses session sesZion > > t8 t8sion ¬
sion to only a very few men menThe menThe menThe
The air was 88 tense with expectation in inthe inthe inthe
the House the last afternoo and even evenIn cveninS ovenlug
In inS The wise wi ones among tin tI regulars regularsthe
the Insurgents and the Democrats wrre wrrelooking w re relooking e eJooklng
looking for something 8Omethl to explode Awl Awlit A Awlit l lit
it would have exploded had somebody somebodytouched y ytou
4 touched tou hed the trigger trt er In that u case in all allprobability aUpro allprobability
probability pro > ablllt Uncle Joe would woo not n > t now nowbe no nowwbe
be Speaker and the head of C the House Housewould Housewould Housewould J
would either be vacant or some young younger rcu rcur ¬
er r and newer man would have hA vt tken tkenhis ttkenh1S trkeahis
his place placeThe pJaceThe placeThe I
The story of how close Uncle Joe Joecam Joecame T e eC41me
cam to the jumping off 0 < < pias pIa would wouldfurnish wooldfurnish wouldfurnish
furnish the basis of a drama or 0 a novel novelIt
It Is certain that the House situation on onthat Oftthat onthat
that closing cJosIn day last 1 ant Saturday at1d7nive was wasalive wasgave
alive with dramatic interest interestTrouble InterestTrouble InterestTrouble
Trouble Under the Surface SurfaceWhat SurfaceWhat
What wa was 8 going on was not visible visibleon I
on the surface That fa 1 WRY < most every everybcJy everybcdy
bcJy boJ got the impression that things thingswrre thlnsawcr thingswrre
wrre < winding up in a peaceful brother brotherly ¬
ly fashion a lllon But under the surface JJ rJce there therewas thereWas therewas
was trouble Toe leaders realized theCancer the thecanger theGJnger
Cancer At the slightest warning the theslightest theslightest he heslIghtest
slightest sign of insurgent or regular regulargetting nguJarbetting regulargetting
getting into action there would have havebeen hayebeen havebeen
been a storm While sitting about calm calmly elAlb calmly ¬
ly men had their lighting 1IPtI blOOd stirred stirredup stirredup stirredup
up upFor
For two weeks before the end of the thesession theIssjon thesession
session the insurgents ln ursent had been con conferring conterrlng conferring ¬
ferring They talked over various plans plansIt i
It was difficult to agree ec Some ome wanted wantedto I It
to t oust the Speaker Others Ottt r did not notwant notwant
want ant to try it itWe ItWe t tWe
We will be beaten said soma of theinsurgents the theinsurgents thelnsurgent I
insurgents insurgentsWe i iWe L
We Ye dont want to get rid ofCaa ofCaaas or CaBnon CaBnonas I
as an issue said sai others othersIf otherIf othersIf
If we oust Uncle Joe some man will willbe winbe willbe
be elected < In his place lace who is even more morereactionary morertacUonary morertactlonary
reactionary said sale others othersSmiths othersSmiths
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Smiths Election El tion Feared FearedThis FttaredThis FearedThis
This was especially the view of some someof 8OIIHof someof
of the Iowa IoYo members who feared that thatif thatif
if 1 Cannon arnon were relegated Representatv Representa Representative RepresentWalter ¬
tive tv c Walter I Smith would be made madeFcaker madef maderaker
Fcaker f C Jker Judge Smith is popular with withthe withtl withtc
the tl progressives of the Iowa delegation delegationen
en c personal grounds but some me of them themWTuld themF
w WTuld F DId hesitate a long time before they theyTV
TV > uM d support him for Speaker holdingtlat holding holdingth holdingt1ct
th t1ct it he would be more dangerous to the theins theI
ins I argent cause cu e than Cannon because becausea
a man of more ability Anyhow they theyCiilnt theyJnt theyciunt
Ciilnt Jnt want to be put up against qaln t theneed the thencul thenrd
need of picking a fatw m w Speaker SpeakerThe SpeakerThe SpeakerI
The insurgents reached no definite de decision declslon dolcsi ¬
I cision m and then along came the com eomrmise compromise 00011 00011firmi ¬
promise firmi lcsi rmise e change in the rules for the sJ sJIcsrd aJc alcoed
coed c Cd purpose of making makln it easier ea ier to get geta
a measure out of committee when hen offrts ef efforts etrrt ¬
forts > were being ein made to pigeonhole it itTiis It ItIUs ItTLis
Tiis was looked on by many insurgents insurgentssis ln urcenttl urcenttlM
sis a L change in the rules so worded as asto asto asto
to b ° of little benefit Still it made it itLarlr ItLa11 ItLa1r
Larlr to get a tight started to oust the theSpeaker theJLlk theS
Speaker S JLlk c ker > r and perhaps provide for a cornIritce com comnrattee comJrttCC
nrattee on committees committ committOutBreak committeesOutbreak
1 Outbreak Expected ExpectedThings ExpectedThings ExpectedThings
Things dragged on in an uncertain uncertainstate uncertain8tatl uncertainstate
state until the last day Then the theleaders theleds thelenders
leaders of all elements were looking for foren forn forrn
en n outbreak The word went round for forevery forec forevVcrsy
evVcrsy ec every body to be on hand and not hasten hastenLOCAL hastenLOCAL I
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LOCAL MENTION MENTIONCongers MENTIONCongers i iCongers
Congers Carpet Cleaning Is the Most Mostr i ir
r tfiirtory Lf t fat tort oT Q all Modern facilities facIUUeape facillttesspec spe spec
c al MOTHPROOFING process that thatreu thatgantees thatg I
gantees g ranteesbeatresultsCarpetsstoredand ranteesbeatresultsCarpetsstoredandrea1 betIt le ultJl Carpttllltoredand I
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off home asis as 18 usually done before the theAnal I IJnalday
1 Anal Jnalday ual day The result re ult was wa that while on onthe onthe onthe
the last day da aDd especially twpoc1 JJy the last lastevening lastcyonlng lastevening
evening fifty members would havo been beenconsidered beenconsidered 1 1conalderetl
considered a good attendance In ordl ordlwas
I nary circumstances the m membership membershipwas mbershipI
I was nearly all present Almost every everyman everyI everyman
man was in his seat feeling deep down downin downIn downin
in his boots that trouble was brewing brewingAt browInbAt
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At the same time all was outwardly outwardlycalm outwardlycalm outwardlycalm
calm calmHow
How peaceful everybody seems to be beand beand beand
and how quietly everything is closing closingup
up remarked rem rked a regular to his insur insurS InsurStSn insurgen
S gen M iMJchbor iMJchborYes 1iJhborYeII neinhbores
Yes es said aId the insurgent and just justa
a turn of the hand and a storm would wouldbreak wouldbreak wouldbreak
break loose looseAH looseAl
AH Al the qJet q IOt et was on the surface One Oneof OneoC Oneof
of the Insurgent leaders has already alre d pro propared prepared propared
pared in his M pocket OCket a resolution declarlsg declar declaring leclnria ¬
ing ia the chair of the Speaker vacant vacantCannons vacantCannons vacantCannons
Cannons Speech Awaited AwaitedHe
He had consulted con uJted only a few of his hisInsurgent hiSnaul8ent hisinsurgent
Insurgent colleagues coJle gue But he knew that thatif thatIf thntit
if the proper pr > pl psychological cltoJocleal moment ar arrived arrived arrived ¬
rived almost the whole insurgentstrength insurgent insurgentstrftBgth Insurgent1IU
strength 1IU DClh and the whole W lole Democratic Democraticstrength Democraticstreltlt Democraticstrength
strength would be united for the reselutlnt rego regoludH re o oJutJtL
ludH ludHIt JutJtLIt
It was reported re orted about ab ut that Speaker SpeakerCannon SpeakerCan SpeakerCannon
Cannon Can on was going g lnJl to make a speech speechWould speechW1d speechWcvkt
Would he strike at the insurgents in urgents That Thatwas Thatwtl8 Thatwas
was the Question Would auk he use langII lan langtit
gtit a toward toYor them such as a lie has used usedat u usedat ed edt
at t Ihnes IhnesThe tl tlneaThe tHlll tHlllThe
The situation was such that had the theSpeaker theSpeaker theSpeaker
Speaker attacked the insurgents ln urgent and andcriticised andlrltlcltMd andcrlticised
criticised them as he h has h done in past pastspeeches pastspeeches 8t 8tspeech
speeches the resolution to throw him himout himout himout
out of the Speakers chair would have
been sprung instantly In tantl The member memberwho memberwho
who ho had it in his hl jOCkeY pocket was 1lS waiting wattingand wtUngand waitingand
and hoping the Speaker would ould invite invitea
a fight by using intemperate language languageabout languqabOut languageabout >
about insurgency insurgencyThis
This rb insurgent leader knew that if
Speaker Cannon made the opening for fora
a resolution to oust him such a resolu resolution re resolution olu olutlon ¬
tion would go through He reasoned on onthe onth4 onthe
the > other hand that if Speaker Cannon Cannonbreathed Cannonbreathed Cannonbreathed
breathed peace then the House would wouldnot wouldnot Yoouldnot
not be in a mood to oust him and it itwould itwoui itwould
would be useless u ele to try tr it itSaved ItSllved t
Saved By a Speech SpeechEverybody SpeechEerybodY SpeechEverybody
Everybody knows kbo 8 what happened happenedSpeaker happenedSpeaker happenedSpeaker
Speaker Cannon was in a forgiving forgivingmood forglvlnbmood forgivingmood
mood He H made a speech > > to which no noone noone noone
one could take exception so far as the thepersonal thepensonal thepersonal
personal references in it wore re concern concerned ¬
ed lIe hoped ho all would be returned returnedand returnedand returnedand
and he ws not at tll n belligerent Pos Possibly Po15lbl Poesibly ¬
sibly 15lbl Speaker Canon got ot wind of what whathe whathe Whathe
he might expect e pect if lie went on the warpath war warpath Warmth ¬
path mth Anyhow he W2 was tame tameA ta ae aeA
A word of abuse < from him and out outwould ontwou1d outwould
would have come the resolution It Itwould Itwould Itwould
would have 11a ve gone in as a of the highest highestIHlvilege highestI highestirlvllege
IHlvilege I rtvlleg The Th House would have wound woundup woundup
up the session se lon in one of f the bitterest bitterestfights bitterestht8 bitterestlights
fights ht8 in n its history Probably with withUncle withUncle WIthUncle
Uncle Joe put in n the role of aggressor ag aggressor aggre ¬
gressor gre or he would have lost and would wouldhave woul woulkave wouldlave
have been shorn completely of the pow power power power ¬
er of his czardom czardomGUILD czardomGUILD czardomGUILD
GUILD THE BOOKMAN BOOKMANBACK BOOKMANBAGK f fBACK
BACK AT HIS SHOP SHOPOnce SHOPOnce SHOPOnce
Once Thought He Was Near NearDeath NearDeath NearDeath
Death But He Is Out OutOnce OutOnce OutOnce
Once More MoreAntony hloreAmoJU MoreAmong
Antony the musty old books printsand prints printsand printsand
and pictures S of other ot r days which he has haswatched huwatched haswatched
watched and cherished cMrt hd for lo these thesemany thesemany thesemany
many years James Guild the venerable venerablebookman venerablebOOkman venerablebookman
bookman of M5 Pennsylvania Penn yhanla avenue is isowe Isole isonce
owe more at work after illness of four fourweeks tourweeks fourweeks
weeks which for a time threatened to toend toend toend
end his active career
Its mighty tine to be back here once onceagain oncealn onceagain
again < < aln said the old man smilingly as
he fingered a book of Goethe which whichperhaps whicherhaps whichrhaDa
perhaps rhaDa in the yesteryears may m have I
been handled hand I eel by some of o the countrys countrysgreatest countrsreate countrysgreatest
n nI nThe
greatest reate t statesmen statesmenThe
The doctor left me yesterday Ye < erday and so r41guess I
I guess that Im good tor some time timeyet timeet timeyet
yet et Hope so anyway for I sure miss missbeing missbeing
being among my books booksAnd bookRAnd booksAnd 1
And it evidently is not for the sake sakeof sakEor sakeof
of making money that Mr lr Guild is at atthe atthe
the store for several persons were ere ex examining examining examining ¬ I
amining books without the old man manwatching manwatching
watching tehlng them his whol hol ° Interest t seem seemingly seemin seemingly ¬ I
ingly in ly being in fingering the books that thatlie thatlie
lie on th the tables tablesWIDOW tablesWIDOV tablesWIDOW I
WIDOW CHIEF HEIR HEIROF JIEIROF HEIROF
OF LIEUT SUTTON SUTTONExcepting SUTTONE SUTTONExcepting
Excepting E ceptlntli a legacy of b100 100 which is isleft Isleft Isleft
left to his son William Utlam Harrison Sut Sutton Sutton ii
ton the entire estate e tate of Lleut John R RSutton RSutton RSutton
Sutton late Jat harbor master of the DIs Dlstrlct District I Itriel
trlct of Columbia will become me the prop proprty propIrty proparty
arty > rty of the widow wldo Mrs Mary C Sut Sutton Sutton Sutton
ton tonHis His will m containing thsee provisions provisionswas
was filed for probate Tuesday The in instrument Instrument Instrument
strument was drawn May 7 IftM and ap appoints appoints appoints ¬
points the widow w ldow ido executrix executrixKeep executrixKeep
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I Capital C p tal Tales and Anecdotes Gathered by nines Times Men I
Old Acquaintances AcquaintancesTTIERE s sOyYJJERE
TTIERE ERE is a strong bond between betweenSenator
J 1 V Senator Robert L L Taylor of Tenn Tenneeeee Tennes Tenneeseo
eeeee es eo and Representative John Q Til Tilson Tilson Tllson
son of Connecticut It dates dal 8 back tothe tothedays to the thedas thedays
days when they the both resided In the theTennessee theTenn6B8ee theTennessee
Tennessee mountains moun ins They They came from fromadjoining fromadjoinlnl fromadjoining
adjoining counties In tbjit State StateSenator StateSenator StateSenator
Senator Taylor was born In Carter Cartercounty Cartercounty Cartercounty
county on the banks of the Watawja Wataugariver Watawjariver WataliXarler
river Representative Tilson was born bornin bornIn bornin
in Unlcoi county and his people live livethere UY8thero livethere
there still stillSenator stmSenatM stillSenator
Senator Taylor tells a story of his hisacquaintance h hacqualntJlCe hisacqualntlnce
acquaintance with the Tlisonp Tfteon long be before before before ¬
fore the present Representative Repl ontathe went toNew to toNew toNew
New England EnglandWhen EngJandhen EnglandWhen
When hen I was wa a young oung man said the theSenator theSenatuc theSenates
Senator and was wa courting my wife ire I Iused IUl Iused
used Ul to b ride seventy miles mU from my myhome mrhome myhome
home across acro s the mountains to Aahe Aaheville AaheUle Asheville
ville Ule In North orth Carolina to see her herQ hercourse 9r 9rcourse Q Q Qcourse
course I could not make the trip in one oneday oneday oneday
day over rough highland roads so I Iused Iused Iused
used to stop overnight with Ith a line old oldmountain OWmountain id idmountaIn
mountain family famll The name was TilsonI Tilson TU on
I knew the father of John Q aDd I Iknew Iknow Iknow
know the boy He was younger by byseveral byllevend byseveral
several years eanJ than I and I used to towatch towatch towatch
watch him He had ofte of the finest Unestheads fiHMtheads finestheads
heads I ever saw and I recall distinctly distinctlytelling I Itelling ttelling
telling the father that if I given Iven a chance chancethat ehaneethat chancethat
that boy would make his mark in the theworld theorld theworld
world orld I believed he would do it It Itwas it itWIUS Itwas
was in his eyes and in the way ay his head headsat heAdsat headsat
sat upon his h shoulders I told old oldWiUfam oldWiUfam oldWiUfam
WiUfam Tllson to give him a chance if ifho J Jho ifhe
ho could couldThen couldThon couldThen
Then I went w nt away aW8 from my ovn ovnmountain OYolimountain onmountain
mountain home to become a member memberof
of Congress I lost Io t sight of the Titeon Titeonboy Ti1 Tilsonlay on onboy
boy but Iheard I heud of him I heard how howhe howbe howhe
he went to Yale a tall lanky moun mountaineer mountaineer moontalneer ¬
taineer I heard b rd how he worked his hisway hhlwy hisway
way through that great university then thenthrough thenUrou thenthrough
through Urou h the law school I heard how howConnecticut bowConnecUcut howConnecticut
Connecticut seeing what a man they theyhad th theyhad r
had in Tilson refused rctu ed te give IYe him up upbut upbut upbut I
but adopted ado ed him and sent Jle t him to the theSpanishAmerican theSpanishAmerican
SpanishAmerican war then to the theLegislature theLegislature theLegislature I i
Legislature then to the high hl h office of ofspeaker ofspeaker I Ittpeaker
speaker of their house houseThen bou houseThen e
Then I heard how Tilson hadtaken hadtakenhis had taken takenhis takenhis I
his brothers to New Haven and had hadhelped hadhelped hadhelped
helped them to work through Yale and andhow andhow andhow
how other mountain boys had followed followedthem folloedthem followedthem
them until there was wa a colony of their theirkind theIrkind theirkind
kind at the tine old university And Andwhen An Anwhen Andwhen
when I heard these things I knew it t
was tho good old ScotchIrish blood in intheir intheir
their veins that impelled them on to tosuccess tosucc08s tosuccess
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success successWhen succ08shen successWhen
When hen Tilson was at last sent to toCongress toConSl8 toCongress
Congress as Representativeatlarga Representativeatlargafrom
from the great State of Connecticut Connecl14 < ut I Iknew Iknew Iknew
knew there was was nothing Jothln beyond the thedreams thldreams thedreams
dreams of a Tennessee Tenne ee mountaineer mountaineernothing mountaineerJJothlng mountaineernothing
nothing to which hleh he might not aspire aspireSent uplreSent aspireSent
Sent to Switchboard SwitchboardS
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STARTING S TARTtNG off with sixty new emv emvployee em employ employes i
ployee ploy on the Job Monday morning morningthe mornl mornlthe
the Census Office will continue to In Increase Increase Increase ¬ I
crease its work until at the end of the thepresent theJfetent thepresent
present week there will be 2H 88 more per persons peron persims ¬
sons on the rolls rol than there were when whenthe whoathe hM hMthe
the whistle whl Ue blew last Saturday Saturda night nightMost nightQ nightlost
Most Q t of those taken on this week are areto ar arto areto
to be put at work or stamping machines machinesBut machlnDut machineBut
But Fred Davis of New Hampshire is isnot IIInot isnot
not one of them themFred themFred themFred
Fred blew In from the New Hamp Hampshire Hampblre Hampshire ¬
shire hills this th morning in response to toa toa toa
a call from the Census Bureau The Theman Theman Theman
man who receives recetve the woukSbe wou be toilers toilersfor toilersfor toilersfor
for Uncle Sam am had been instructed by byChief BYChief byChief
Chief Clerk Voler Z V Viles to look oat oatfor ottfor Olttor
for bright young men or women coming comingIn eoml eomlIn
In with ith civil service certificates in theirhands their thenhands theirhanda
hands who could operate a telephone telephoneswitchboard telephoneswitchboard I
switchboard switchboardIn > >
In an unguarded u moment Davis Dav who whostand whoftd whotend
> stand < ftd not much less le es than six Ix feet f ftt and aadwho ItDdwho andwho
who looks better fitted to play football footballthan footballthan footballthan
than anything else admitted he could coulddo coulddo coulddo
do the Hello Girl stunt m great style styleSaid stySeSa4 styleSaid
Said he h had had plenty of o practice practiceWould praetJeeVouJd practiceWould
Would you mind working front 4 4p 4fro 4p
p fro m to 11 p m m1 Mr Volves Vol asked askedhim askedhim eel eelhim
him when he was bt brought oucht into the thechief tkchief thechief
chief clerks clerk room today todayId tcHIayId todayId
Id rather not Davit replied r sadly sadlyas u7 u7a
as a one who knew he was w about to be begently beently begently
gently but firmly j mly ly stun stunBut stung stungBut u uBut
But when whenIIMr Kr r Volves promised that thathe t thathe at athe
he would get a regular operator to take takeFreds takeFreds takeFreds
Freds place Fred acquiesced ac tleseed He was wastold Wbtoad wastold
told to show up with the night force toccetrompt1r forcepromptly
promptly at 4 oclock this afternoon and andbegin andbegin I IIn
begin In his continuous eonservatiott eon enatioA stunt stuntwith stuntwith I Iwith
with Central CentralSoothed CentralSoothed CentralSoothed
Soothed by Sugar Plum Plumr PlumT
r HE organization o nlsatloft leaders in the theL thpUnited theUnited
T L United States Senate are r bitterlycomplaining bitterly bitterlycomplaining blttnlrComplalnlnK
complaining that three or four commit committee commttte committee ¬
tee assignments asslgnm nts in that body have I
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2Kc c voiles 2c i bc foulards and others
proven to be ntiscalealatkNte ef the theworst tIMYo01IIt theworst
worst sortFor sort sortFor aortFor
For instance l tanee when Senator Sell u B BenLh BenLhwas Berghwas rah rahwas
was appointed app lntecl on the Ju J Jadkbry teJary IeIar Com Committee COMmltteo Cotgmittee ¬
mittee and and d he was tamed 1 for that thatberth tltatberth thatberth
berth to keep Senator Heyburn out of ofit orIt ofIt
it the idea was that he would be regular regu regular reeular ¬
lar and Dd absolutely dependable ThePresident The ThePresident ThePretddat
President had vouched for Mm and 4 the UMthing thethlll thething
thlll thing was doneThen done doneThen
Then again it was believed bell Ycd confident confidently ¬
J ly that Senator Burkett when he oS oStained 08taloetl o otained
tained an appointment on the Appro Appropriations Approprfationa ¬
priations Committee C mmlttee from the organiza organization orpn organt organttion ¬
tion would be faithful hi little thinKS thinKSas thltlas
as well as big It was never suspecUl suspecUlthat suap6Ct4I1that saapectelthat
that he would get oft the reservation reservationyet
yet ye he often did didOnce didOnce didOnce
Once more when Senator Jonathan JonathanBourne Jonathanflourqa Tonatbanourlle
Bourne ourlle was so handsomely provided for forship torbv forby
bv tiro organlaation with the chairman cbalnnanhlp chairmanship
ship hlp of the Public Expenditures Com Committee Committee Committee ¬
mittee the th notion had never been entertained enter entertained entertaJned ¬
tained that this Senator would not proveloyal prove proveloyal proveInral
loyal to the last degree d ee to the powers powersthat powerthat powersthat
that gave him prominence prominenceAnd promlueneAncl promtuenoeAnd
And yet all three of these Senator Senatorhave Senatorhave Senatorhave
have shown the roost marked insurgent insurgenttendenci Insurgentter1dend Insurgenttendencies
tendencies < s Senator Burkett has per perhaps JX perhaps > r rhapIJ ¬
haps been a bit more reserved about Itthan It Itthan Itthan
than his two colleagues but there Islittle Is Islittle Islittle
little doubt now about the independence independenceof i ence enceDC
of Senators Bourne and Borah BorahStephenson BorahStephenson BorabStephenson
Stephenson an an ArtistENATOR Artist ArtistENATOR ArtistSENATOR
ENATOR STEPHENSON of Wiscon Wisconsin WI Wisconsin on onsin
SENATOR
sin the richest and least talkative talkativeman talkativeman talkativeman
man in the United States Stat Senate has hashidden haahidden hashidden
hidden talents While a large part of ofhis othi ofhis
his hi life has been given glv Il up to thebusiness the thebusiness thebuadneu
business of money making he has not notallowed Dotallowed notallowed
allowed sordid > > pursuits pu lt to stifle theartistic the theartistic thearUstic
artistic elements of his natureThe nature natureThe > > atreThe
The Wisconsin Ileona Senator is an artist artistHe arUstHe artistHe
He may not be a great artist but he heIs heIs
Is an artist just the sane 8BI1 As A It hap happens happen happens ¬
pens his art runs to caricature He Hemight Hemight Hemight
might excel exeelin in other schools of drawing draw drawIng drawIng
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fectly content to let well enough enoughalone eBooghalune enoughalone
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self drawing liken likenesses oosea of his as associates 8 ¬
sociates in the Senate Tltee he hepses he11IOtU helasses
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times he leaves leav them ftr f the pages pa ea to tonnd toftn4 toflnd
nnd and laugh over Vhen the Sen Senator Senator Senator ¬
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at t a committee meeting he entertainshimself entertains entertainshimself enlertainshimself
himself with drawing grotesque pot 5que car cartoons cartOOI18 cartoons ¬
toons of his fellowcommit fellowcommifeemen eemen or orthe orthe orthe
the committee clerks and secretaries secretariesSome secretariesSome eretariesSome
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10 Fiveyard Dress Lengths of 5150 5150Cream 150 150Cream 150Cream
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SILK REMNANTS REMNANTS25ca REMNANTST25caYard
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