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VOLUME 13, NUMBER
Oranges and Grapefruit
Below the Frost Line
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68J Q, Washington. D. O.
Representative Oscar Underwood
is little more than fifty years old and
is now a grandfather.
An Associated Press dispatch says:
The inaugural parade for President
elect Wilson now promises to be one
of tho longest and most interesting
that has over passed through
Pennsylvania avenue from tho capi
tal to the White House. Aside from
the strictly military and naval contin
gents, the college representations
will bo one of the large and varied
features. Practically all of the col
leges in the eastern part of the coun
try will have representatives in the
parade. Several smaller colleges in
the southern states signified their in
tention of sending groups of march
ers, either in uniform or as civilians.
The war department decided that it
may use a portion of its appropria
tion for army transportation, which
will include the West Point cadets'
trip to Washington. The cadets had
feared they would have to defray
their own expenses.
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Republican senators seeking to
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appointments, threaten to oppose Mr.
The republican senators, by a vote
of 36 to 34, forced repeatedly execu
tive sessions in the hope of confirm
ing President Taft's appointments.
Democratic senators maintained a
successful filibuster and thus far
have prevented .any confirmation.
About 1,500 late day appointments
by Mr. Taft are involved.
The department is investigating
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Senator Borah of Idaho, republi
can, announces that he will make a
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ing a department of labor in the
TllG Wflfihinrrfnn Pnnf t
resentative Ollie James, senator-elect
from Kentucky, made himself solid
for life with the members of the na
tional fraternity of pages, before
whom he spoke, when he told them
that he had started his political
career as a page in the Kentucky
legislature, and that he remembered
that his election to the position
caused more thrills to run up and
down his spinal cord than when he
was recently elected a senator. It
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senator "Little did I think as I
listened to tho address of that great
man to the legislature, after his elec
tion to the senate, that the time
would come when I would be called
upon to make a similar speech under
precisely the same circumstances,"
Bald Mr. James. At their meeting
the pages decided to march in the
inaugural parade. They also dis
cussed plans for an entertainment
during inaugural week at Poll's
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