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THE SENATE. CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS, of Indiana,

Vice-President and President of the Senate....$12,000 CHARLES G. BENNETT, of New York, Secretary.

5,000
Salary of each Senator, $7,500.
Republicans, 60; Democrats, 31; vacant, 1.
Alabama.

Present
Name

Party. Home P. O. Service Began, Term Ends. 1 John F. Bankhead..... Democrat..... Fayette

June 17, 1907... March 3, 1913 2 Joseph F. Johnston.... Democrat..... Birmingham ..... August 6, 1907...March 3, 1909

Arkansas. James P. Clarke.. Democrat..... Little Rock.. March 4, 1903... March 3, 1909 Jefferson Davis

... Democrat..... Little Rock...... March 4, 1907...March 3, 1913

California. George C. Perkins. Republican... Oakland

July 24, 1893...March 3, 1909, Frank P. Flint..... Republican... Los Angeles...... . March 4, 1905 ... March 3, 1911

Colorado. Henry M. Teller.. Democrat..... Central City. March 4, 1885...March 3, 1909 Simon Guggenheim Republican... Denver

March 4, 1907...March 3, 1913

Connecticut. Morgan G. Bulkeley.... Republican... Hartford

March 4, 1905... March 3, 1911 Frank B. Brandegee. ... Republican... New London...... May 9, 1905...March 3, 1909

Delaware. Henry A. Du Pont...... Republican... Wilmington .....June 13, 1906... March 3, 1911 Harry A. Richardson... Republican... Dover

March 4, 1907...March 3, 1913

Florida. Stephen R. Mallory..... Democrat..... Pensacola

March 4, 1897...March 3, 1909 James P. Taliaferro..... Democrat, Jacksonville March 4, 1899...March 3, 1911

Georgia. Augustus O. Bacon.. .. Democrat..... Macon

March 4, 1895.... March 3, 1913 Alexander S. Clay...... Democrat..... Marietta

. March 4, 1897...March 3, 1909

Idaho. Weldon E. Heyburn. Republican... Wallace

March 4, 1903... March 3, 1909 William E. Borah... Republican... Boise City

March 4, 1907... March 3, 1913

Illinois. Shelby M. Cullom. Republican... Springfield

Dec.

4, 1883... March 3, 1913 Albert J. Hopkins.. Republican... Aurora

March 4, 1903...March 3, 1909

Indiana. Albert J. Beveridge... Republican... Indianapolis. March 4, 1899... March 3, 1911 James A. Hemenway.... Republican... Boonville

March 6, 1905... March 3, 1909

Iowa. William B. Allison.. Republican... Dubuque

March 4, 1873... March 3, 1909 Jonathan P. Dolliver.... Republican... Fort Dodge Aug. 23, 1900... March 3, 1913

Kansas. Chester I. Long.

Republican... Medicine Lodge... March 4, 1903 ... March 3, 1909 Charles Curtis Republican... Topeka

Jan. 22, 1907... March 3, 1913

Kentucky. James B. McCreary. Democrat..... Richmond

March 4, 1903... March 3, 1909 Thomas H. Paynter..... Democrat..... Greenup

March 4, 1907... March 3, 1913

Louisiana. Samuel D. McEnery. Democrat..... New Orleans..... March 4, 1897...March 3, 1909 Murphy J. Foster... . Democrat..... Franklin

. March 4, 1901... March 3, 1913

Maine.
Eugene Hale
Republican... Ellsworth

March 4, 1881... March 3, 1911 William P. Frye. Republican... Lewiston

March 18, 1881... March 3, 1913

Maryland.
Isidor Rayner..
Democrat..... Baltimore

March 4, 1905... March 3, 1911 3Wm Pinkney Whyte... Democrat... Baltimore

June 8, 1906... March 3, 1909

Massachusetts. Henry Cabot Lodge..... Republican... Nahant

March 4, 1893... March 3, 1911 Winthrop Murray Crane. Republican... Dalton

.Oct. 12, 1904... March 3, 1913

Michigan. Julius C. Burrows.. Republican... Kalamazoo Jan. 23, 1895... March 3, 1911 Wm. Alden Smith. Republican... Grand Rapids.. Feb. 5, 1907...March 3, 1913

Minnesota. Knute Nelson

Republican... Alexandria. March 4, 1895... March 3, 1913 Moses E. Clapp.. ...... Republican... St. Paul... .....Jan. 23, 1901...March 3, 1911

1 Elected to fill vacancy caused by the death of John T. Morgan (D.). 2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by the death of Edmund W. Pettus (D.) and for the succeeding full term ending March 3, 1916. 8 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by the death of Arthur P. Gorman (D.).”

.... March

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Mississippi.

Present Name

Party.

Home P. O. Service Began. Term Ends. Hernando De Soto Money. Democrat..... Carrollton

.Oct. 8, 1897... March 3, 1911 Anselm J. McLaurin..., Democrat..... Brandon ... March 4, 1901... March 3, 1913

Missouri. William J. Stone. Democrat... Jefferson City.... March 4, 1903... March 3, 1909 William Warner

Republican... Kansas City...... March 18, 1905...March 3, 1911

Montana. Thomas H. Carter... Republican... Helena

March 4, 1905... March 3, 1911 Joseph M. Dixon...... ..Republican... Missoula

March 4, 1907 ... March 3, 1913

Nebraska. Elmer J. Burkett..... . Republican... Lincoln

March 4, 1905... March 3, 1911 Norris Brown Republican... Kearney.

March 4, 1907...March 3, 1913

Nevada. Francis G. Newlands... Democrat..... Reno

March 4, 1903... March 3, 1909 George S. Nixon.. ....... Republican... Winnemucca

4, 1905... March 3, 1911

New Hampshire. Jacob H. Gallinger..... Republican... Concord

March 4, 1891... March 3, 1909 Henry E. Burnham..... Republican.., Manchester

...... March

4, 1901... March 1913

New Jersey.
John Kean
Republican... Elizabeth

March 4, 1899... March 3, 1911 Frank 0. Briggs. Republican... Trenton

March 4, 1907... March 3, 1913

New York, Thomas C. Platt. Republican... Tioga

March 4, 1897...March 3, 1909 Chauncey M. Depew.. Republican... New York

March 4, 1899... March 3, 1911

North Carolina. F. M. Simmons....... Democrat..... Raleigh

March 4, 1901... March 3, 1913 Lee S. Overman. Democrat.... Salisbury

March 4, 1903... March 3, 1909

North Dakota. Henry C. Hansbrough... Republican... Devil's Lake..... March 4, 1891... March 3, 1909 Porter J. McCumber.... Republican... Wahpeton .... March 4, 1899...March 3, 1911

Obio. Joseph B Foraker... Republican... Cincinnati

March 4, 1897...March 3, 1909 Charles Dick ... Republican... Akron

.. March 2, 1904... March 3, 1911

Oklahoma. 4Robert L. Owen. Democrat..... Muskogee.

Dec. 10, 1907...March 3, 4Thomas P. Gore.. Democrat..... Lawton..

Dec. 10, 1907... March 3,

Oregon. Charles W. Fulton.. Republican... Astoria

March 4, 1903... March 3, 1909 Jonathan Bourne, Jr.... Republican... Portland

March 4, 1907... March 3, 1913

Pennsylvania. Boies Penrose.

Republican... Philadelphia ..... March 4, 1897...March 3, 1909 Philander C. Knox...... .Republican... Pittsburg

June 30, 1904... March 3, 1911

Rhode Island. Nelson W. Aldrich...... Republican... Providence Oct. 5, 1881... March 3, 1911

...... March

South Carolina. Benjamin R. Tillman... Democrat..... Trenton

. March 4, 1895...March 3, 1913 Asbury C. Latimer...... Democrat..... Belton ...

..... March

4, 1903... March 3, 1909

South Dakota. Robert J. Gamble. Republican... Yankton

March 4, 1901... March 3, 1913 Alfred B. Kittredge.. ..... Republican... Sioux Falls.

...July

11, 1901...March 3, 1909

Tennessee. James B. Frazier...... Democrat..... Chattanooga March 27, 1905... March 3, 1911 Robert L. Taylor... .. Democrat..

.... Nashville

March 4, 1907...March 3, 1913

Texas. Charles A. Culberson... Democrat..... Dallas

March 4, 1899...March 3, 1911 Joseph W. Bailey..

Democrat.....
Gainesville

4, 1901... March 3, 1913

Utah. Reed Smoot

Republican... Provo City March 4, 1903... March 3, 1909 George Sutherland. Republican... Salt Lake City... March 4, 1905...March 3, 1911

Vermont.
Redfield Proctor
Republican... Proctor

Nov. 1, 1891...March 3, 1911 William P. Dillingham.. Republican... Waterbury ....Oct. 18, 1900... March 3, 1909

Virginia. John W. Daniel.

Democrat..... Lynchburg March 4, 1887...March 3, 1911 Thomas S. Martin. ... Democrat..... Scottsville

March 4, 1895...March 3, 1913

Washington. Levi Ankeny

Republican... Walla Walla..... March 4, 1903...March 3, 1909 Samuel H. Plles.... Republican... Seattle

March 4, 1905... March 3, 1911 4 Appointed by Governor November 16; elected by Legislature December 10. 5 Elected to fill vacancy caused by the death of William B. Bate (D.).

Chicago.

West Virginia.

Present Name

Party.

Home P. O. Service Began. Term Ends. Stephen B. “Elkins...... Republican... Elkins

March 4, 1895... March 3, 1913 Nathan B. Scott........ Republican... Wheeling

March 4, 1899... March 3, 1911

Wisconsin. Robert M. La Follette. . Republican... Madison

March 4, 1905... March 3, 1911 1 Isaac Stephenson ..... Republican... Marinette

May 17, 1907...March 3, 1909

Wyoming. Francis E. Warren. Republican... Cheyenne

Nov.

18, 1890... March 3, 1913 Clarence D. Clark.. Republican... Evanston

.Jan.

23, 1895... March 3, 1911
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Joseph G. Cannon (R), Illinois, Speaker, $12,000.

Alexander McDowell (R.), Pennsylvania, Clerk, $5,000.
Salary of each Representative, Delegate and Resident Commissioner, $7,500.

Republicans, 222; Democrats, 167; Vacant, 2; total, 391,
Alabama.

10. T. W. Hardwick (D.)...Sandersville. 1. George W. Taylor_(D.)..Demopolis.

11. Wm. G. Brantley (D.). . Brunswick. 2. Ariosto A. Wiley (D.).... Montgomery.

Idaho. 3. Henry D. Clayton (D.).. Eufala.

At Large--Burton L. French 4. William B. Craig (D.)... Selma.

(R.)

Moscow. 5. J. Thomas Heflin (D.).. Lafayette. 6. R. P. Hobson (D.)...... Greensboro.

Illinois, 7. John L. B. Burnett (D.) Gadsden.

1. M. B. Madden (R.). 8. Wm. Richardson (D.)..Huntsville. 2. James R. Mann (R.).... Chicago. 9. O. W. Underwood (D.)..Birmingham. 3. Wm. W. Wilson (R.).... Chicago. Arkansas,

4. J. T. McDermott (D.)... Chicago.

5. A. J. Sabath (D.). .... Chicago. 1. R. Bruce Macon (D.)... Helena,

6. William Lorimer (R.)... Chicago. 2. S. Brundidge, jr. (D.)... Searcy.

7. Philip Knopf (R.).

Chicago. 3. J. C. Floyd (D.).

Yellville.

8. Charles McGavin (R.)... Chicago. 4. Wm. B. Cravens (D.)...Fort Smith.

9. Henry S. Boutell (R.)... Chicago. 5. Charles C. Reid (D.)... Morrillton. 10. George E. Foss (R.)..... Chicago. 6. J. T. Robinson (D.).....Lonoke.

11. H. M. Snapp (R.).......Joliet. 7. R. Minor Wallace (D.)..Magnolia, 12. Chas. E. Fuller (R.).... Belvidere. California.

13. Frank 0. Lowden (R.)... Oregon.

14. James McKinney (R.)... Aledo. 1. W. F. Englebright (R.).. Nevada City.

15. George W. Prince (R.)... Galesburg. 2. D. E. McKinlay (R.).... Santa Rosa.

16. Joseph V. Graff (R.).... Peoria. 3. Jos. R. Knowland (R.).. Alameda.

17. J. A. Sterling (R.)...... Bloomington. 4. Julius Kahn (R.). San Francisco

18. J. G. Cannon (R.)......Danville. 5. E. A. Hayes (R.). San Jose.

19. W. B. McKinley (R.).... Champaign, 6. J. C. Needham (R.)..... Modesto.

20. H. T. Rainey (D.)...... Carrollton. 7. James McLachlan (R.).. Pasadena.

21. B. F. Caldwell (D.)..... Chatham. 8. S. C. Smith (R.)........ Bakersfield.

22. W. A. Rodenberg (R.).. East St. Louis, Colorado.

23. Martin D. Foster (D.)...Olney. At Large-Geo.W.Cook (R.). Denver.

24. P. T. Chapman (R.).... Vienna.
1. R. W. Bonynge (R.).....Denver.
2. W. A. Haggott (R.)..... Idaho Springs.

Indiana.
Connecticut.

1. John H. Foster (R.) Evansville.

2. John C. Chaney (R.).... Sullivan. At Large--G. L. Lilley (R.). Waterbury.

3. William E. Cox (D.)....Jasper. 1. E. Stevens Henry (R.).. Rockville.

.. New Haven.

4. Lincoin Dixon (D.). 2. N. D. Sperry (R.).

...North Vernon.

8. Elias S. Holliday (R.)... Brazil. 3. Edwin W. Higgins (R.). Norwich.

6. James E. Watson (R.)...Rushville. 4. Ebenezer J. Hill (R.)....Norwalk.

7. Jesse Overstreet (R.).... Indianapolis. Delaware.

8. J. A, M. Adair (D.).... Portland. At Large-Hiram R. Burton

9. Chas. B. Landis (R.)... Delphi.
(R.)
......Lewes.

10. E. D. Crumpacker (R.). Valparaiso.

11. Geo. W. Rauch (D.).. Marion. Florida.

12. C. C. Gilhams (R.). La Grange. 1. S. M. Sparkman (D.).... Tampa.

13. Abraham L. Brick (R.). South Bend. 2. Frank Clark (D.).... .. Gainesville.

Iowa. 3. Wm. B. Lamar (D.).... Monticello.

1. C. A. Kennedy (R.)..... Montrose. Georgia.

2. A. F. Dawson (R.). Preston. 1. C. G. Edwards (D.).... Savannah. 3. B. P. Birdsall (R.)...... Clarion. 2. James M. Griggs (D.)... Dawson.

4. Gilbert N. Haugen (R.). Northwood. 3. Elijah B. Lewis (D.).... Montezuma. 5. Robert G. Cousins (R.). Tipton.

4. Wm. C. Adamson (D.)... Carrollton, 6. D. W. Hamilton (D.).. Sigourney. .- 5. L. F. Livingston (D.)... Covington. 7. John A. T. Hull (R.)..... Des Moines. 6. Chas. L. Bartlett (D.).. Macon.

8. Wm. P. Hepburn (R.)... Clarinda. 7. Gordon Lee (D.)........ Chickamauga. 9. Walter I. Smith (R.)....Council Bluffs. 8. Wm. M. Howard (D.)... Lexington. 10. James P. Conner (R.)... Denison. 9. Thomas M. Bell (D.).... Gainesville. 11. E. H. Hubbard (R.)..... Sioux City.

25. 2

1 To fill vacancy caused by resignation of J. O. Spooner (R.). 2 Vacancy caused by death of Geo. W. Smith (R.).

THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, SIXTIETH CONGRESS.

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Kansas.

4. Fred O. Stevens (R.)....St. Paul, 1. 10. R. Anthony, jr. (R.) Leavenworth. 5. F. M. Nye (R.). Minneapolis. 2. C. F. Scott (R.) ...Iola.

6. C. A. Lindbergh (R.).... Little Falls. 3. P. P. Campbell (R.)..... Pittsburg. 7. A. J. Volstead (R.)..... Granite Falls. 4. James M. Miller (R.).... Council Grove. 8. J. Adam Bede (R.)..... Pine City. 6. W. A. Calderhead (R.).. Marysville. 9. H. Steenerson (R.)..... Crookston. 6. Wm. A. Reeder (R.)....Logan.

Mississippi. 7. Edmond H. Madison (R.) Dodge City.

1. E. S. Candler, jr. (D.).. Corinth, 8. Victor Murdock (R.).... Wichita.

2. Thomas Spight (D.).... Ripley. Kentucky.

3. B. G. Humphreys (D.)... Greenville. 1, Ollie M. James (D.)..... Marion.

4. W. S. Hill (D.).

Winona, Henderson, 2. A. O. Stanley (D.).......

5. A. M. Byrd (D.)... Philadelphia, 3. A. D. James (R.).

Penrod.

6. E. J. Bowers (D.). Bay St. Louis. 4. Benj. Johnson (D.)......

Bardstown.

7. F. A. McLain (D.) Gloster. 5. Swagar Sherley (D.).... Louisville, 8. J. S. Williams (D.)..... Yazoo. 6. J. L. Rhinock (D.)..... Covington.

Missouri, 7. W. Preston Kimball(D.). Lexington. 1. Jas. T. Lloyd (D.)...... Shelbyville, 8. Harvey Helm (D.)... ..Stanford.

2. Wm. W. Rucker (D.)... Keytesville. 9. J. B. Bennett (R.). .., Greenup.

3. J. W. Alexander (D.)... Gallatin, 10. J. W. Langley (R.). Spurlock

4. C. F. Booher (D.)...... Savannah. 11. D. 0. Edwards (R.). ....London.

5. Edward C. Ellis (R.)... Kansas City. Louisiana.

6. D. A. De Armond (D.)..Butler. 1. Adolph Meyer (D.)...... New Orleans,

7. C. W. Hamlin (D.).....Springfield. 2. Robert C. Davey (D.)... New Orleans.

8. D. W. Shackelford' (D.).Jefferson City. 3. Robert F. Broussard (D.). New Iberia,

9. Champ Clark (D.). ... Bowling Green 4. J. T. Watkins (D.)..... Minden.

10. Richard Bartholdt (R.). St. Louis. 5. Jos. E. Ransdell (D.)... L. Providence 11. H. S. Caulfield (R.)..... St. Louis. 6. G. K. Favrot (D.).. Baton Rouge.

12. H. M. Coudrey (R.).... St. Louis. 7. A. P. Pujo (D.)........ Lake Charles.

13. M. R. Smith (D.)......Farmington,

14. J. J. Russell (D.).. Charleston. Maine.

15. Thomas Hackney (D.).. Carthage. 1. Amos L. Allen (R.).... Alfred.

16. Robert Lamar (Ď.)...... Houston. 2. Chas. E. Littlefield (R.). Bockland.

Montana. 3. Edwin C. Burleigh (R.). Augusta. 4. Lewellyn Powers (R.)... Houlton,

At Large-C. N. Pray (R.) Fort Benton.

Nebraska. Maryland. 1. W. H. Jackson (R.)..... Salisbury.

1. E. M. Pollard (R.). Nehawka. 2. J. F. C. Talbott (D.).... Towson.

2. G. M. Hitchcock (D.)... Omaha.

3. J. F. Boyd (R.). 3. H. B. Wolf (D.). ... Baltimore.

Neligh. 4. John Gill, Jr. (D.)... . . Baltimore.

4. E. H. Hinshaw (R.)....Fairbury. 5. Sydney E. Mudd (R.)... La Plata.

5. G. W. Norris (R.). McCook. 6. George A. Pearre (R.).. Cumberland.

6. M. P. Kinkaid (R.)..... O'Neill,

Nevada.
Massachusetts.

At Large-George A. Bartlett 1. Geo. P. Lawrence (R.).. North Adams.

(D.)

.Tonopah. 2. Fredk, H. Gillett (R.)..Springfield. 3. C. G. Washburn (R.)... Worcester,

New Hampshire. 4. Chas, Q. Tirrell (R.).... Natick.

1. C. A. Sulloway (R.).... Manchester. 5. Butler Ames (R.)...... Lowell.

2. F. D. Currier (R.)...... Canaan. 6. A. P. Gardner (R.)..... Hamilton,

New Jersey. 7. Ernest W. Roberts (R.). Chelsea.

1. H. C. Loudenslager (R.). Paulsboro. 8. Sami. W. McCall (R.). . Winchester.

2. John J. Gardner (R.).... Atlantic City. 9. J. A. Keliher (D.). Boston.

3. B. F. Howell (R.). N. Brunswick. 10. J. F. O'Connell (D.).... Boston.

4. Ira W. Wood (R.). Trenton. 11. A. J. Peters (D.).. Boston,

5. Chas. N. Fowler (R.)... Elizabeth. 12. John W. Weeks (R.).... Newton.

6. William Hughes (D.)... Paterson, 13. Wm. S. Greene (R.).... Fall River,

7. R. Wayne Parker (R.).. Newark. 14. Wm. C. Lovering (R.)... Taunton.

8. Le Gage Pratt (D.)... ..East Orange. Michigan.

9. E. W. Leake (D.) ..Jersey City. 1. Edwin Denby (R.)......Detroit.

10. James A. Hamill (D.)...Jersey City. 2. C. E. Townsend (R.)....Jackson,

New York. 3. Wash'n Gardner (R.)... Albion.

1. W, W. Cocks (R.)...... Old Westbury. 4. Edw. L. Hamilton (R.). Niles.

2. G. H. Lindsay (D.)..... Brooklyn. 5. 2Gerrit J. Diekema (R.). Holland.

3. Chas T. Dunwell (R.)... Brooklyn. 6. Samuel W. Smith (R.).. Pontiac.

4. Charles B. Law (R.)... Brooklyn. 7. Henry McMoran (R.)... Port Huron,

5. George E. Waldo (R.). . Brooklyn. 8. Jos, W. Fordney (R.)... Saginaw.

6. W. M. Calder (R.)...... Brooklyn. 9. Jas. C. McLaughlin (R.) Muskegon.

7. J. J. Fitzgerald D.).... New York. 10. George A. Loud (R.)....Oscoda.

8. D. J. Riordan (D.)...... New York. 11. A. B. Darragh (R.) St. Louis.

9. H. M. Goldfogle (D.).... New York. 12. H. 0. Young (R.)...... Ishpeming.

10. William Sulzer (D.).... New York. Minnesota.

11, C. V. Fornes (D.)...... New York. 1. Jas. A. Tawney (R.)..... Winona.

12. W. Rourke Cockran (D.). New York. 2. W. S. Hammond (D.)... St. James. 13. Herbert Parsons (R.)... New York. 3. C. R. Davis (R.).... St. Peter.

14. Wm. Willett, jr. (D.)... New York. 1 Elected May 23, 1907, to fill vacancy caused by the resignation of Charles Curtis (R.). 2 Elected April 27, 1907, to fill vacancy caused by the resignation of William Alden Smith (R.).

15. J. Van V. Olcott (R.)... New York. 6. Geo. D. McCreary (R.)... Philadelphia. 16. F. B. Harrison (D.).... New York. 7. Thomas S. Butler (R.).. West Chester. 17. Wm. S. Bennet (R.).... New York. 8. Irving P. Wanger (R.).. Norristown. 18. J. ... Goulden (1.)...... New York. 9. H. Burd Cassel (R.).... Marietta. 19. Joan E. Andrus R.).... Yonkers.

10. T. D. Nichols (D.).... Scranton. 20. T. W. Bradley (R.).... Walden.

11. J. T. Lenahan (D.). .. Wilkesbarre. 21. Sami el McMillan (R.).. Carmel.

12. C. N. Brumm (R.). Pottsville. 22. Wm. H Draper (R.)... Lansingburg. 13. J. H. Rothermel (D.). Reading. 23. G. N. Southwick (R.)... Albany.

14. Geo. W. Kipp (D.).. Towanda. 24. G. W. Fairchild (R.)... Oneonta. 15. Wm. B. Wilson (D.).... Blossburg. 25. Cyrus Durey (R.). ...Johnstown. 16. J. G. McHenry (D.).... Benton. 26. Geo. R. Malby (R.).....Ogdensburg. 17. B. K. Focht (R.) ..... Lewisburg 27. Jas. S. Sherman (R.)... Ulica.

18. M. E. Olmstead (R.).... Harrisburg. 28. Chas. L. Knapp (R.).... Lowville. 19. J. M. Reynolds (R.). Bedford. 29. M. E. Driscoll (R.). .... Syracuse. 20. D. F. Lafean (R.).... York. 30 John W. Dwight (R.).. Dryden.

21. C. F. Barclay (R.).... Sinnemahoning 31. Sereno E. Payne (R.)... Auburn. 22. George_F. Huff (R.).... Greensburg. 32. Jas. B. Perkins (R.).... Rochester. 23. Allen F. Cooper (R.).... Uniontown. 33. J. Sloat Fassett (R.)... Elmira.

24. Ernest F. Acheson (R.).. Washington. 34. P. A. Porter (R.).... .Niagara Falls 25. Arthur L. Bates (R.)...Meadville. 35. Wm. H. Ryan (D.). Buffalo.

26. J. D. Brodhead (D.) .S. Bethlehem. 36. DeA. S. Alexander (R.). Buffalo.

27. J. G. Beale (R.). .Leechburg. 37. E. B. Vreeland (R.).... Salamanca. 28. N. P. Wheeler (R.).. Endeavor. North Carolina.

29. Wm. H. Graham (R.).. Allegheny. 1. John H. Small (D.)..... Washington.

30. John Dalzell (R.).. Pittsburg. 2. Claude Kitchin (D.).....Scotland Neck. 31. James F. Burke (R.).... Pittsburg. 3. Chas. R. Thomas (D.).... Newbern.

32. A. J. Barchfeld (R.).... Pittsburg. 4. Edward W. Pou (D.)... Smithfield.

Rhode Island. 5. Wm. W. Kitchin (D.).. Roxboro.

1. D. L. D. Granger (D.). Providence. 6. H. P. Godwin (D.) . Dunn.

2. Adin B. Capron (R.)... Stillwater. 7. Robert N. Page (D.)...Biscoe.

South Carolina. 8. R. N. Hackett (D.). Wilkesboro. 9. E. Y. Webb (D.). Shelby

1. George S. Legare (D.).. Charleston. 10. W. T. Crawford (D.)....Waynesville.

2. J. O'H. Patterson (D.).. Barnwell.
3.

Abbeville.
North Dakota.

4. Joseph T. Johnson (D.). Spartanburg. At Large T. F. Marshall

5. David E. Finley (D.).. Yorkville. (R.)

Oakes.

6. J. E. Ellerbe (D.)...... Sellers. A. J. Gronna (R.). ..Lakota.

7. A. F. Lever (D.)........ Lexington. Ohio.

South Dakota. 1. N. Longworth (R.) Cincinnati.

Cincinnati, 2. H. P. Goebel (R.)

At Large--Philo Hall_(R.). . Brookings,

Middletown, 3. J. E. Harding (R.)

Wm. H. Parker (R.).... Deadwood. 4. W E. Touville (D.).... Celina.

Tennessee. 5. T. T. Ansberry (D.).....Defiance.

1. W. P. Brownlow (R.)...Jonesboro, 6. M. R. Denver (D.)...... Wilmington. 2. N. W. Hale (R.).. ..Knoxville. 7. J. Warren Keifer (R.)..Springfield. 3. John A. Moon (D.).. .. Chattanooga. 8. Ralph D. Cole (R.). Findlay.

4. Cordell Hull (D.)....... Crossville. 3. I. R. Sherwood (D.).... Toledo.

5. W. C. Houston (D.).... Woodbury. 10. Henry T. Bannon (R.).. Portsmouth. 6. John W. Gaines (D.).... Nashville. 11. Albert Douglas (R.)....Chillicothe. 7. Lemuel P. Padgett (D.). Columbia. 12. E. L. Taylor, jr. (R.).. Columbus. 8. Thetus W. Sims (D.)... Linden. 13. G. E. Mouser (R.)... Marion.

9. F. J. Garrett (D).). Dresden. 14. J. F. Laning (R.). Norwalk. 10. G. W. Gordon (D.)..... Memphis. 15. B. G. Dawes (R.). Marietta.

Texas. 16. Capell L. Weems (R.).. St. Clairsville.

1. Morris Sheppard D.)... Texarkana. 17. W. A. Ashbrook (D.)... Johnstown,

2. S. B. Cocper (19.)

Beaumont. 18. James Kennedy (R.).... Youngstown.

3. Gordon Russell (D.).... Tyler. 19. W. A. Thomas (R.).... Niles.

4. Choice B. Randell (D.).... Sherman. 20. Paul Howland (R.)..... Cleveland.

5. Jack Beall (D.).

Waxahackie. 21. T. E. Burton (R.)...... Cleveland.

6. Rufus Hardy (D.). Corsicana. 1Oklahoma.

7. A. W. Gregg (D.). ... Palestine. 1. Bird S. McGuire (R.)... Pawnee.

8. John M. Moore (D )....Richmond. 2. Elmer L. Fulton (D.)...Okla. City. 9. Geo. F. Burgess (D.)... Gonzales. 3. Jas. S. Davenport (D.).. Vinita.

10. Albert S. Burleson (D.). Austin. 4. Chas. D. Carter (D.)... Ardmore. 11. Robert L. Henry (D.)... Waco. 5. Scott Ferris (D.).... ... Lawton.

12. 0. W. Gillespie D.). ...Fort Worth, Oregon.

13. John H. Stephens (D.). . Vernon.

14. James L. Slayden (D.)..San Antonio. 1. W. C. Hawley (R.)..... Salem.

.Pendleton. 2. W. R. Ellis (R.)..

15. John N. Garner_(D.).... Uvalde,

16. W. R. Smith (D.)...... Colorado. Pennsylvania.

Utah. 1. H. H. Bingham (R.).... Philadelphia.

Philadelphia. 2. 2Joel Cook (R.)...

At Large-Jos. Howell (R.). . Wellsville. 3. J. Hampton Moore (R.). Philadelphia.

Vermont. 4. Reuben O. Moon (R.)... Philadelphia. 1. David J. Foster (R.).... Burlington, 5. W. W. Foulkrod (R.)... Philadelphia. 2. Kittredge Haskins (R.).. Brattleboro.

1Five Representatives elected on Sept. 17, 1907, when Constitution was ratified. 2Elected Nov. 5, 1907, to fill vacancy caused by the resignation of John E. Reyburn (R.).

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