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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 26 November 1909

: * sX7 c-~t-~B~ j;.;"·'I ·. 1r~,g2 rI , - · · IuJ/JT/Jf mrffY C WA04W SYNOSiS. DErka. a Tartar sist. bebme eemurse o a selds bearded treArr whbe ws ghrcsectng lad studya g hers Ia tlb VidaSty of her home Ie eramol Adoa sad .-*reaed to him the beesadis a anmei a rebes beahes that the streaer woe a.ve her s ar r ee rbetr i el ber were ailowed to the esae by the glrs lati.es, who bleaked . f the .Q 4.hlmt the ewople to die uarL s sond a the r betrothe. atted e tb CHAPTER lIII-- nlms. at's m1eore, I bolvef I ahe. But " Sa icould carry. and t e r Ma. arat bd two (mais, whol rlead the mamous sohesd sop bae o ordme. ova) a, d the oadaverhe _e ,lever, Il-tempered, g'rtalous breear kno-as as nessary ato Cordova' w husbad ead bestoce as palot, i melight, wPete he mee silent, bud d ten reetable maIdu Vontlnaln made i cear twhad been a cowboy I early lionfe, butan Enihad become nlady ofa that Mioaest - rdova. the celebrated stnger, wa h In the wMr . Van Torp w wsld have call The lettor that ha...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 26 November 1909

* *in@gTM'e A COIDOESED tAst burn bls ISIbr i dni Th The UiStes States Pacfie seet au der Rear Admiral Spree has begu target practice ain Manila. F. L bay. Presidet Taft sent the followtnt telsgram to his majesty, Mohammed All at Teheran: "I tender your mu jesty esogratulations on the opening t the constitutional parliament. The Amersica people wish welfare and peae for Persia under this new order Qt thinae'. The body of the late dowager ema press of China, which was removed from the forbidden city, was buried in the eastern tombs. At an al-nlght session the Flnnish Diet rejected the trvernment bill pro I-dlag for .nland's contribution to the Russian mllitary appropriation. A resolution was adopted requesting the emperor to reintroduce the measure in a eonstituttoial form. The dimo. lutios of the Diet is expected. The chief of police of Buenos Ayre. isear Falcon. and the police secre tar were assasslinated while drivlng in Callho street. A man, supposed to be a Rlasan anarchst, but ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 26 November 1909

Uas L's Chatr f yin ; f }t 4 '~w is he, tightness au s r the live the prts with Sloan's JLt. Y ou doant need to pbematraita an > ~yt. Ithes Mo te tPodble, r s da W . aft'~ th Prd. ML4W~. 1kI0%PVhd0~, Ks.. nays: 'We hav used SUsessJiA . ceuIndhayfeead hattacks. A·e, *aatahesr aso aut mape cssl~. Linime t is seaslr to see thmapr mi~at teprusdts duns: odSI qla 0 I#lr~ptmasaunsetas.I~ L teotad dst bsmssiyhr age,. of the, rum asi665; leus the rP~wInjmrLhr V urn .i·· ~ ~ 7, .7,i toC r~t ts era~l 4 a 66 a%. Muau"0 0 OW dma A t" yMS 09. *m tow a . aLa. beW has bt ·t. a4, 1W. ?zs sa tall fet. Te h OWN am 6" ttuot than t. bith ausr sad inte r 1 hit rmd t aft so" dvil-ar IM d M2 ice. The % *W haftig cust VIAL P.1st a" soft sort azr They a ept tar~ PidlnM end Pitad PmWlry House. with bolts, Inste f scremws. The bolts are about ten tche long, with one end hat or more flattened out. and with two holee In it to thster to the sides of the end on the other end. Two men can put up the smaller one ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 26 November 1909

AMits.. oonT LIKE JACK'S STYLE OF TROUSERS. The girls of Venlee laugh at England's blue Jackets when they go ashore attired In pantaloons that fit close at the hips and are large at the ankle. The etyle ia es different from that of the Italian trousers that the maidens, as shown In the ploture, display their disapproval with mirth. MAKE FUNNY ERRORS E-xamination Papers of Would-Be Teachers Reveal Unique idear Some Unintentioned Humor Displayed by Men and Women Who Want to Teach Young Hoosiers How to Shoot. Indianapolis, Ind.-A list of ludl ttous answers gathered from manu acripts recently submitted by aspir ants for teachers' licenses in Indiana has been compiled by Mrs. Marietta .. Dunn, chief manuscript clerk in the dcee of the state superintendent of public Instruction. In each list of monthly questions on tliterature is one having to do with a biblical reference. One in the Aug bat examination asked for an explana Yon of the reference: One was a Tiahblte. Whom the ravens fed. On...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 26 November 1909

V X tit . Wlat e 3eIlsasp. Ia se 0. W f Ncnw d t'iemymed . mhsdode dm isceeemeat wet. Mr.?s dvr P... S e ir ..at i.° IBea Mea. e $ s teetbmb ie mmiea bshoes. C. hee w he.n , ,usesd .muw d efe mite e Ded WIe am ds The Lat.heam Lediml AMd w meet mat We huasy: Dee. r. with le. A*hrt Jobs B. Lees od Medida Lake was a serw Tuesday sad celed at she Sarc The two dilem of Mrs. I. W. He. pheq. of Pplar are atteediag school Ia 1. O. Ohm was reedetly appoited ad-. ..i.trsarod ebo estate of Peter Desil so-. demeaed. Map. Poplar towasit cam be rcwed fre . C. C. aler at is cest each. o -e by maml. The mew mtdl brge ac-m the Big Mudldy awer P seuemAd in ew is per com.d emmermetim. J. C. ©egory of Poplar has bam p. polmtedednlmltrasmer of th ateim of Mary . HaN, damased. A lleamea owed wase Wmed last weeb te Gee. 3. Meemem of Celbertsoe amd NeT.t C. Chdaiemnas ed HY 1. WIs. Mr. ad me. C. P. Parker. of the sal was.e Army. let Moeday fer their .d bone la thl emt to ped the winter. Ia tihe ease of Wlt...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 26 November 1909

F F / L At n ason *and the d and sturdy a Was a weeK Sab e om mirth And ne'er pro gurdy. 'Twas celebrated in ose day Wtth one o t, and e thought only, To gmveo meed of -riise For o'er his people lonely That n to them his grac~ f' And e to d dower, That 1p pace Wh w . And to s che fold- - The t er w o shies And on bo of of Or sought 1 vs,, wher.1 The f c at dj And doughty st. n E'en Elder e erg.l Bagged turkeys e frt As hunger. he th4i As the years ro n, giv In the Plymou Idense wc ded, Beene the typic 'Mong the Pil_ et'. and' ho.ded And afron -l9Y.r. 1 Has spr6ad l ,oh s Is give .ears igs a es. Thansgiving earts a es Gtve th 1)X1fo1 rtedb bssings5 And the dere. heie'&e i , Ret ".lEen d! y ressing ." And Kin ,h ) eld fari-house. And tturK "s lbu" and "gobble" That o his thoughlic thec in blouse. An .8 door .h scr5e can hobble. _I .h! . of days. When hoa ve' i -England training .he Ci e'er-is re.gning. " And hearts to I-time content- From worldly- orrjws e'er are turning. While si...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 3 December 1909

,K f-,. PER:YE. Utz , VALJ*T MONTAk4A, FRIDAY, DEC. 3, tg09.I Siatr Librarý White p . Cd Tar For Coughs and Colds For sale by VALLEY DRU(] CO. A. W. Hassel, Proprietor 40 STOVES The Bimburet Bas. Burner for hard coal. The Baltic Range for wood or coal. " The Royal Cook for wood or coal. The Royal Lignite Heater in Hot Blast and * ordinary feed. A carload of these stoves just received. By shipping stoves In carload lots a saving Is made * Isr fi ght which makes them cheaper to the * buyer. e S. S. MOEN " TH1 HARDWARE AND FURNITURE MAN * St. Paul Hotel (NEAR THE DEPOT) Aadrtw Setterei, Prep. Everything New and Up-to-Date. Fine airy Rooms. Culbertson, - - Mont. CITY DRAY LINE L. B. 80HOW. PROP. praylng Done on Short Notice at Reasonable Prices. OULBBRTSON. WDONTANA Money to Loan on Improved FARMS ! Drafts on all forma contri. Safety Deposit boles for rent. Steamship t ohets to and from all Foreign Countries. ýtI t qiaI Dank of Culbcrts Tb.Ssb o iSiWbm eI The n oafs1te4 1$ ly l $ite e t...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 3 December 1909

Sevchbight. UWaUSes May as.. teas -seesad-clms Maser. Poss.ase at celbeatsoa, Meat., Uaser Act .1 Coegres Marh g, stpg. FRANM 3. REED. Edtor sad Proprietor. Terms-ta savane, per year........s 0o Advertilag Raes. very remsosablea will be faralmbed on applicationa at this office. TIE FIRST REPUSLICAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO, MONT. State taxes for the year igo even though the total valuation in the state exceeds three hundred millions. may be at the rate of two and a half mills. rhis was so de caded by the supreme court last week in an opinion by chief justice Brantley, and concurred in by justices Smith and Halloway. This decision was rendered on the ap plication of William Bennett for an injunction to restrain the state board of examiners from permitting expenditures for next year on the assumption that a levy of two mills and a hall would be valid, when the constitution provides that the levy shall be only a mill and a half when the valuatioi exceeds three hundred millions.-Malta...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 3 December 1909

4 A COP W avtuv woo toehe 4m ei bn'gwa et s aeause tae oa ra to KoLasan I'm tet s Csentern buesians Labo Nats mdost Intate ptlea& warn alm Vian mcer an Ame i can. wbh had baseaene w to a n ztiy Ufe. I e't adbaeleme o wle to rochee tehia eal wores Van war I d ovea l ýhaý mI like alwyst charty I!Lw~¶G~abh in in ta"" A2Wpemta a ruby6 to CHAPTER HII-Contlnern. r.m not eure. I sever ask mseslf QuesItons about what .I go. I late w pie who the always measuretg their wretohed 11W. souls and thae. inker lag their eamasissoes to make them, BA! I de'tbefleve lwish to doany thing really wrong, and aol I. dolovcly kiadneess "Ywu have no right to ask ma sany IIAI il1 'I Doet You FUN About Serin Coal." thing today. You've been quite the most disagreeable person this after noon that I ever met ia my life." "I know I have." LIgothetl answered with admirable contrition. "I'U wait a day or two before I ask anything; perhaps you will have forgiven me by that time." "I'm not sure. What was the thing...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 3 December 1909

PRANK I REED, P. iULn m t Ru. .* MONTANA. NE WS NO TES CONDENSED A hlbg wu of tier. imper. to Eeis E r. t TD.rM VWW~WW IT" Foreign. The Invitation from the United States for Great Britain to partici pate in an international conlerence with a view to regulating the killing of seals in the international waters of North America has been referred through the colonial office in Canada. The London foreign office learned indirectly that Germany had informed the state department of the United States that she had agreed to the terms by which the British. French and German groups of financiers were each to surrender a portion of their shares in the Chinese railway loan in order to enable the Americans to par* ticipate. The more liberal section of the French episcopate, headed by Archbishb op Turinase of Haney, are beginning to question the wisdom of the militant section which began the formation of a league of Catholic voters in the com tag elections. Instead the former ad vocate a broader un...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 3 December 1909

What does this m? Crmbh! go tho mint heaves! OUT flows the dslicimus mhit loea WRIOLI3BV'S Spearmint is full of it-and you can't chew it out. 1?H IIDESIFURS why seat Rdesad Pus at home when awes youosa t us .them t oas We rep tar..P ematemars. 35 year. Ia the Rie.dPar meetoat iae 3. hSE.adPrPfrUia the Northweak ay°.u'r **....t ..T s ..wo savep... rro.l.tt.es.. $14,000 Iaser ad Trappare Odfe S ..r R rW.a'r. bmes Iflola blow ae _ t at, : Oil Heat Without Smoke No maser how sensidve your olfactory nerves may be, or under what working conditions you en counter the PERFECTION Oi1 Heater ((quipped with Smoeless Dewvee)] you'll not detect the slightest odor of smoke. The new AuMaI.. . e & . D ice positively prevents both. Removed In an Insant for cleaning. Sold besn font holds 4 quart.. o~lsfdi~n to gire out a glowbght for 9 bows-sald brass wick carrlere-damper t ap-cool handle-oil Heater besautitfei Snished i nidekel or Japan in a varity of styles. BMW lde Rr7to.. NM. = = theeDyh e it...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 3 December 1909

The finest assortment of table china in Quaker Oats S Family Size Packages BUT SHE HAD ENOUGH. AcL MNCE Johnny-Mother, let's go in here and buy a baby; they're cheap to-day. TORE HIS SKIN OFF In Shreds-Itching Was Intense Steep Was Often Impossible. Cured by Cuticura In Three Weeks. "At arst an eruption of small pus tules cemmenced on my hands. These spread later to other parts of my body, and the itching at times was lntense, so much so that I literally tore the skin of In shreds in seeking relief. The awful itching Interfered with my work considerably. and also kept me awake nights. I tried several doc. tors and used a number of different ointments and lotions but received practically no benefit. Finally I set. tled down to the use of Cuticura Soap, Cuticura Ointment and Cuticura Pills, with the result that in a few days all Itching had ceased and In about three weeks time all traces of my eruption had disappeared. I have had no trou ble of this kind since. H. A. Kruta koff, 5714 ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 3 December 1909

.ýý. . ý, .. # .. n; .. ?' .._ ý .,_ A. In fa -e I C. A.` be.Itudasir is is tass n. day. Pe.a fimagabm vhlmsd Cut Burh las week. aassr sad BaDt om thawing a s liae 61 amtsOead. 0sm Beetgof Redasame was Is tows a eAsa d days thip wath. The Yhsv Deag Ca. a dlplaylsg a a a timed Chulemas pouds. Meses Far sad Ship Limed Cents as Tasser A Daso. Pasuhati a Udtade have a fa. Use of fur wahs. re ds. Sn hfir ad. Feed Rilhaedssa Ot Plostywood was h town a eon* ot days this weak. A ter was bees to Mr. Mad Mrs. Jhbs Daivseslde weseaday Nov. 34 Nansethe elsilgoa t sale sad of the Isllis salas" se the edltorial page. 1.3. Daewidas sew reuldasca is corn pled sud the hamily Wi mows lsam same is a tart itms. ias. A. B. Lames of Halatad, Miss.. is is Cuibarim as the'gumo e o her sister. Mvs. E.O.Uhltte.4 Craabsrrias. Sweat postresn. esbbege oasles, earretasad ratw bsas at the BDmagg gpr Mmoiusdis C& Dr. C. j1ahag.a sad Misn Carr visited Poplar lest smdsy shai was. esertalsad by Mr. usa Mts. J. C....

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 3 December 1909

Zeorge Coal Mine Plenty of the Best Lignite Coal in Valley County. Weghts Guaranteed and Prices Right. J.J.MOORE, Operator. jeii..6e...e"e"eeeeseeeeoeeeeeoeeeeeoeee R. N. Anderson SBL4CKSMITH1 SHOP i * (MURRAYS'S OLD STAND) i : Blacksmithing of all Kinds and : Wood Work " Horse Shoeing a Specialty i SCulbertson, - Montana : U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE says WHUsAT FLOUR makes the most nueritious bread. Its di gestibility depends on the LIHoN iass of the loaf." The oLUTKa in the dough gives it the power of rising and makinga light loaf." *dWhite Wheat a lour yields the most actual sourish meot, with the various food in gredients in the best proportion." VIVO Flour is exceedingly rich in gluten. Try a sock. Its quality is backed by the highest authority. Ask your Grocer for Vivo. Hanson & Barzen Milling Co. M. J. Dunn, Manager S Wholesale and Retail Dealer. """""""eeeeeeeeeeeem~eeeeeeeeeee~ee~eeee * 0* J.A.FORD : General Store. Boots and Shoes : f and Dry Goods. j Fine Line of ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 10 December 1909

C" I Ur ' -,ý At p i ,A. 4 4 oAMA, rft T, DEC~so ty* S' t --·i~ I~ ~ - h·. ,· yor Christmas shoppi.g spi sailtsl4;d mcmos. It is time well speft to se tbe eleganot tot tk of es suitable for Churisetmas ilts, wbibc.idare libis yeas, and Abe p.ss. aUs quit as tempting as the gIods tbemselvee. Make l1Mbtibi ahsd bave :t id b%4e d"1il you aie ,M Rýft, buy. A. W.: tadi Pteptltr - The Blnburst Base Baurner for hard coal. The Baltic Range for wood or coal. The Royal Cook for wood or coal. The Ryae Lgnalte Heater in Hot Blast and A carleas of these stoves just receved. By *blg:$lpgle .t s .l arlo d Ioti a savling 1s made .a fight hich makes. thesn cheaper to the - byer. S., S. MOEN TIb re.WwiIA.toeoN8'PUoooo St. Paul Hotel (NEBAR THE DEPOT) Audrew Bettserld Prep. Everything New and Up-to-Date. Fine airy 'er.ns. Culbertson, . - Mont.. TYrr AYi LIiE L,. B. SOHOW. PROP. Draylag Done on Short Notice at Reasonable Prices. UL BRTBON. DONTANA Money to Loan on Improved, FARMS I Drafts on ma foreign...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 10 December 1909

4 r chMght. easied Ma as.. opes, a Senod-Clas Mater. ?Petases at Cslbertsme. Meat., uadr Aet dCoares of March 9. t79. PRANK S. REED. Editor sad Proprietor. traas-- a advance, per year........ an Advertidin Ramts. very reasonable. wll be fmrnishd o application at this office. TIE FIRST REPUBLICAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO., MONT. Thousands of lives are snulffed out every year bh criminal neglect or carelessness. It is safe to say that almost every accident of magnitude involving the loss of hundreds of lives is due to those causes. Smlnetlnes the fault lies with owners or builders. sometimes with employers of labor, sometimes with a cateless workman. The tragedy of the excursion boat, General ilocnim, off New York, that of the Iroquois theatre in Chicago, and the very recent ca tastrophe in the Illinois coal mine are cases in point. Such negli gence is due to various causes. In some cases It is due to toe lack of propet safegiards becausel men is their lust fr wealhn will n.t stand ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 10 December 1909

c-r qb-L ~~~l~ 1(*· 14~ ý- 7~J~ i * w. biw -M s ten -as Saduask d Ia u m ea r d i t 1me f bes Stll o ara aS. .us N ] oe se to ai trove SuIed bei n a eaM themm iath' 'lr thef '. Mt a sMa at T eem or a twe nm..i a m w I Sby the Nt w lan g.rmet to l ut la t latweinal .io.at the witr hS ons ot tre .ptabe as. snd d of its so oep vow ea i ae, the the 'the peal an t ·ee artlw eat or tou a*IlIa sa. r s, iae to a Wo hopent stt Late AmAlsa The ThSge sekis ith ethI a a of1 the saettlemt of tih bea. dispute bewees w oivic hh d wa i ad of the -ourth P so-nerlo coateae*, to be held la Bueo r ist Jly. enton is mado e odlf th t a .omultursl a to i e, whstat toh ope af the United Staas nd thhe preat report now being under ed by thmre thNorwegian govern. ment r two pwt In en internatlqaei 001120 ea l n eait yer to devieUtment n $to "lountren Islands. Amernd of ts arespt a.o.rn under certain reerv lans. oesn oal is made f several Internatlal conf theren es Amend then the readent urges that provisiont ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 10 December 1909

itTý01 ,MONTANWA NIEWS NOTES CONDENSED A hl ng t s f th l res Iapur tt od Bere asd Thbre Foreign. By a majority of 215, after a brief but exciting sitting, the house of commons recorded its claim to ex clusive control of the nation's purse -a claim never before challenged in modern times. The protocol with the United States for the rEterence of the Alsop claim to King Edward for mediation was signed by the government of Chile. The cabinet of Premier Glolitte of Italy resigned. The ministerial commlssion which has been discussing with business men various matters of trade, has ap proved the suggestion of placing a tax of seven-tenths of one cent on each pound of cotton grown in European Russia, Bokhara and Khiva. Admiral Togo, chief of the general staff of the Japanese navy, retires from the naval command and becomes a member of the military council. He is succeeded In his earlier omce by Vice Admiral Sir Gero Uuin. An Individual believed to be insane and having an Imaginary grievanc...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 10 December 1909

A . tanr H m ft. Twk '. ".J t ur e ý x1'RL Taraeys do better when they eaa aat in the open. It well d the will thrive mose n the shelter the trees tha in a class, scaglm d hba. Thi troubles that artse imo allowig them to ve la these tress are that the bms wie. sad freqently are stoles. I hosed, their quarters should be airy, ramy and pedmotly dtea. It is not swie to have them toast with other posltry. If found amesesar to oafine them, an that is seeded Is a shed or ouse that w il protect them fom the elements and rauders of an kinds and at the same titme not be too eomntng oar them. Place the roosts well up rom the foor sad keep the interior per. hotly le uand tree from vermn. In localities where it is not too Aold during the winter months it Is better to allow the breedlng stock to roost out In the open, either in the trees or upon roosts prepared for them by planting posts that prefeot about eight eet above the ground. Upon these place long poles about .wo or two and one-half inch...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 10 December 1909

the smebto Order adl Is Ap -- phab leby Friebs ald hm i AMike. SVi.r ident S erumaa Pres Over tihe Sete.-Nu. aeiens BIts Dedigned to Carry Out President Taft's Polcies Are Imarodued in Both Houss. By EDWARD 3. CLARK. Washastom, Dee. .-The Shty- I irIt cogaress at the United States I met noon tody for the fir st day of its rt regaar asesion, with Vice- I President Sherman ia the chair oc the 1 senate ad Speaker Joseph 0. Can- I in i the chair is the House. While I this coagresaonai gathering is the I rst regular session, It is the second t sesaism in reality, for congress met in extraordinary session last spring at I the oa~ of President Taft to consider t the matter of a revision of the tariff. Some interest was lacking in the r proceedings of the first day in the t capitol because at the beginning of I the extraordinary session In March last the speaker of the House was elected. Moreover, before the extra ordinary session was ended, Speaker a Cannon appointed all the committees whi...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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