Washington (Mar. 4)
The bill to cut down immigration to the United States to ten per cent. of the existing quotas, which was passed by the House of Representatives on Monday by 295 votes against 86, has been shelved till December, the Senate rising to-day for the end of the session, without considering the bill (as was suggested possible in the J.T.A. Bulletin of the 4th. inst.). The next session of Congress does not begin till December 4th.