THE CONGRESS: In Memoriam

At 11:30 o'clock one morning last week the U. S. Marine band assembled in the House lobby, played funereal tunes. Promptly at noon the musicians packed up their instruments and departed. At the same hour Speaker Byrns, in striped trousers and cutaway, called the House to order and recessed it to hold the annual memorial service for dead Congressmen. As he did so, into the chamber filed Representatives Ulysses S. (for Samuel) Guyer of Kansas, John J. O'Connor of New York and Mary T. Norton of New Jersey. Behind them filed Mrs. Thomas David Schall, widow of the late...

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