CONGRESS: The Senate Week Jan. 30, 1928

Work Done.

Last week, the U. S. Senators:

Finally rejected the credentials of Senator-elect Frank Leslie Smith of Illinois (see below).

Amended and passed the $89,000,000 appropriations bill for the Departments of State, Justice, Commerce, Labor; sent it back to the House for conference.

Senator-reject. The Senate dealt finally with Frank Leslie Smith of Illinois. It rejected his credentials for a seat, 61 votes to 23, declaring the credentials "tainted with fraud and corruption" and Mr. Smith "not entitled to membership." Democrats and irregular Republicans were joined...

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