CONGRESS: The Senate Week Nov. 25, 1929

Work done. Last week the U. S. Senate:

¶ Debated the Tariff Bill, revising agricultural rates upward, wood rates downward.

¶ Defeated (34-51) a resolution to adjourn.

¶ Adopted a resolution by Alabama's Heflin to investigate speculation in the New York, Chicago, New Orleans cotton Exchanges.

¶ Confirmed the nomination of Charles Calmer Hart as Minister to Persia.


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