Although the 69th Congress does not reconvene for its last and short winter session until Dec. 6, yet Washington is already liberally sprinkled with ambitious lawmakers, framing and log-rolling new bills.

Perhaps the busiest of them all is Representative Martin B. Madden of Illinois, Chairman of the House Appropriations Committee. After a conference with President Coolidge last week, he announced that he would have the appropriation bills for the Treasury, Postal and Agriculture Departments ready on the opening day of Congress. Other supply bills will follow a few days later, so that...

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