National Affairs: The Newcomers

The assembling of the 69th Congress saw four newcomers peeping into the Senate and looking around for their seats. All other Senators had occupied their seats, in the session of about two weeks held last March to confirm appointments and consent to treaties. The four newcomers are to fill the seats of senators who have died since last March. All are nominally Republican.

Newcomer No. 1. Senator George H. Williams of Missouri was appointed to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Selden P. Spencer, Republican.

Newcomer No. 2. Senator Arthur R. Robinson of...

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