National Affairs: Sine Die

A long night of quorum calls and Arizona oratory changed the Senate's mind about not adjourning when the House had suggested. Senator Curtis bided his time until late Tuesday morning, when Senators begin longing for lunch. Then he put again the proposal on which the Senate had split 40-40 the day before. This time the Vice President got no chance to keep his minions at work. The Senators voted 46 to 35 that they had had enough.

It has been a so-so session of Congress. President Coolidge congratulated both houses with a warmth which was surprising in view of the lesions Congress...

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