CONGRESS: Death

Lebaron Bradford Colt, 78, U. S. Senator (Republican) from Rhode Island since 1913, Chairman of the Senate Immigration Committee, died at Bristol, R. I., of heart trouble and nephritis. A Yale graduate, class of 1868, he was appointed U. S. District Judge for Bristol by President Garfield in 1881. In 1884 he became a U. S. Circuit Court judge, in 1891 (the year of its founding) a judge of the U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

Samuel Colt, an uncle, was the inventor of the revolving bullet chamber. Ethel Barrymore, actress, married and...

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