CONGRESS: The House Week Jan. 30, 1928

Work Done. Last week, the U. S. Representatives:

Passed a bill increasing the ration allowance for enlisted men in the Army from 36¢ per day to 54¢; sent it to the Senate.

Passed a bill authorizing $4,283,716 for barracks and hangars at Army aviation fields; sent it to the Senate.

Passed many a small bill on the Unanimous Consent Calendar.

Tariff Tabled. Tariff revision is a House prerogative. Tariff reduction is anathema to Republicans. So the chubby face of Speaker Longworth darkened with a double frown when, last week, a clerk brought into the House...

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