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2 . Saltike tribiine? Monday MoiosTcstg, Jaitua-ry 18, I9U.
; Both Branches of Congress
Will Have--Busy Week.
CANAL SUBJECT ON LIST
I! t t
Inquiry ltV Conduct of Post-1
1 Ono Appropriation Bill a Week Is the
' Record the House of. Bepresentn
1 tivqs Will" Attempt. .
I AVashingtoir; Jan. 17. It is the Inteh
Ij Hon of the SeTTaio-lo begin the week by
1 npain taking up'the resolutions having
I1 In view on inquiry into the conduct of
i the Postollke department, and it la the
If' gCHornl undcrsl.'iftdiiig that they wlll bo
I . refrcd totst)iV,,. Commit tee on Postof-I-
llccm after d." confpara lively brief dc
I W: rvv;, ,
I' , Senator HaKVwho lias general charge
I 3 of 'Yhc reSolulion-s,Vvi)l make a brief
statement concerning them and prob
l abjs will bcfbl'lowetr'by Senator Gor-
i man, It Ts'e-nected "that Senator
lit Spooner will add to" his previous re-
mnnku on thjs iUbJerU lut his stale
ly merit may bc jioijtjjpncd ,u.ntil later in
D thc.fcScsslon,,. .....
J It.ls the lIopeTriY Republican Senators
I thai the polpnicvfnattcr may be tem
r 1 porarily disposed of before the close of
I Monday's session'. aiid.Jn this, event dis
j, enp.on of flu- Tanama canal subject
. . will be continued -Tuesday and prob
( ' sibl, duringUiCiar!mainder Lihc week,
j,, Jt s; likely thiileforo the close of the
jj - wcelc the debate - will be transferred
frotjj open Senate" la 'executive session,
K Is the purpose-of the Republican
U majority to - insist on taking up the
f (. iangl treaty.. its 'id6n as it shall be rc-
i orw-d froin, (he- Committee m Foreign
( Held'tioni?, which lias had It under con
's lidifatlon for the past two weeks. The
. Itejrtibllcarr-memberF' nr the committee
! hope to report the treaty early in the
1 i resent week. Discussion of the treaty
n Is expected to last a month or more.
Tffc Committee on Appropriations will
I c take jp sorngf, tlij annual supply bills
3 In -Jag1 theprcsent week. As soon as
J I hc5c measures' 'are' 6n the calendar
'lielr conslderntipn will bo pressed. The
f . recent indications tiro that the urgent
! "ertclency blljaiw.lll be ;the first to ro
.n " attention and'aftcr that has been
' i Isiwsed of.. the legislative, executive
fl judlciat-'appropflntlon bill will be
Iy HOUSE PROGRAMME,
ju An nrc-'-iKtion bli! a week will be
j !. xt'tn'C. hix inpled by the House un
I ; I :'.-r,,'ly in ij r. are out of the way.
i " ho 'ize: .riiclsncy measure will
' .-,v tfm Mrr.imJtli;i about the middle
' H --i-.fvctjiilm-itJ ulio t!lsioscd of
J'hoM Thft-aVmy bill; also, "will
K t-i. iy fA.-jipott by the House be
i . ".!", or. o; the week,
j TiiG Ifo-jsa hfr. ce: apart londay for
ir 'he -opsIderRifrir.. oi matiors. relating to
J J- Dls-.rlci :r CVjuiSIa," and Friday
; J ',,r -,!u' I'assage or :iri.vac per.slon bills.
I t to ""I nnlrKi- Vr.Ai "An Hepburn
i pure f;ou- )jli;v.iji cal-ii': up Tues-
. lny. Thi? j.-.w.i.r-j-whih was passed
ij ''y the Koar.ar!:ie '.hj last Congress,
j' was1 repo: tftn":':-or'.cpmm!;t5e Saturday
c. ! istg arn! I; may lie Uit subject of dls
I ilssIoii Tus?.Jivy-a'istI Wedneyday.
I a , B"Is or. th?f v.t:e:idar and, subject to
J : ie called up wlin -opportunity arises
j li.clude the following. To provide a
I iV-Ugate to Congress from Porto Rico;
Is I"v!tle tjansportation from Porto
y Kico for thcjpublic school' teachers of
1$ that Island to attend the summer"
it 'chools of-Flflrjite'd.lhlo?; to con
p3 .truct a re'niti gutter for use In
, ,. Mnermarle azid nniflvo hounds; to re
Imbure a eabie company for damages
ZVZOJAJWWLL PJ2ttVS03ttlbx T7IrA afKnS iJ2fr
L . .
sustained during the war with Spain;
to convert the petrified forests of Ari
zona Into a public park, and a bill to
codify the criminal laws of the United
WAR IN LUMBER TRADE.
Pacific Coast Steamship Company En
ters Into Competition With the
San Francisco. Jan. 17. The first actual
move In the threatened war in the lumber-carrying
trade waa-nfailc-today when
the Pacific Const Steamship company
chartored the schooner "Willis Iloldcn to
carry lumber from Everett. Wash., to Sun
Pedro. Cal. The holdcu v.-Ill laJic : ,300.000
foot of lumber to the stenmoblr- company's
nowly-establlshcd lumber yard at iltcn
Pedro. Heretofore the owners cf the
steam schooners regarded lightly t:iy
threat of the steamship company to be
come a competitor, but today's movft in
dicates activity on the part of the- com
pany. The friction lias been brought i
about by the refusal of the schooner-owners
to cease carrying passengers. I
A Guaranteed Cure for Piles.
Itching, lillnd. Bleeding or Protrud
ing Piles Your druggit will refund
money if PAZO OIN-T.MKNT fails to
cure you In 0 to 1-1 dayr. COc.
Eat P.oyal Bread. It Is pure and
wholesome. Sold everywhere.
I EVOLUTION A HUfilGUG.
Elder Penrose Says Scientific Theories
Can Be Tested by In
spiration. Elder G. W. Penrose, in his talk at the-Tabernacle-
yesterday, gave a thrust to
l ho. theory of evolution In the following
I 'Tho spirit of every man and of every
woman Is the creation of dolly. "Wo arc
all tho sons and daughters of God. They
havo not come up through evolution from
tlto lower orders."
Tho speaker did not attempt to give the
reasons for his conclusion, but ho said
that a man who had the truth of the gos
pel knew by Inspiration the truth or fal
sity of any theory of philosophy or law
Or other ucicncca even though ho might
be unable to expluln the theory. Great
fiivttr.tlons like steam and the electric
i!esMipii, he said, were tho result of ln
ypinuUm from tho deity.
M:i-.n t? ij.ft discourse was devoted to
Y' r-P Jr,a,lc,,: rri l!!? Mormon Idea of the
maiorlfciiiy or God. . "You could not give
ori.; 13:i .i nothing." he declared.
,Uifv:; liv t .4t ct".v:iirllon which tho sec
t.w:.ar. or.ii:s lv. t,t Uni deity."
f.'.ft Mcrmons h. s.ild, work only for
pr.o.l n.:;.: ti, ic-port.H which are circulated
. tbo enemies, most of them originating
!;i ?h!R city, give a false Idea as to their
r.t n.-ls and teachings They are the state
ments of Irresponsible Individuals, hardly
wi.rihy of notice In themselves, who would
soijk- Ia bo very sorry for their misrepresentations
TO INVITE ROOSEVELT.
President Will Bo Asked to Attend
Semi-Centennial Anniversary of
First Bepublican Convention.
Detroit, Jan. 17. A delegation of slxty
flyo prominent citizens of Michigan left
fpr Washington last night to Invito Pres
ident Roosevelt to visit Jackson, Mich.,
July Cth, tho dato of the semi-centennial
anniversary of tho Republican convention
which at Jackson fifty years ago nomi
nated the first ticket known under the
r.amo of "Republican." It Is understood
that tho President has Indicated his In
tention to accept tho Invitation.
FORCES INTO MARRIAGE,
Duke rf Orleans Trying to Have His
Marriage With, the Archduchess
Rome, Jan. 17. Tho Duke of Orleans has
Interrogated several cardinals and other
prelates on tho possibility of having his
marriage to Archduchess Mari6 annulled,
cn tho ground that he was forced Into tho
union. Ho cites as an example. In sup
port of his request, tho annulment of the
marriage of tbe Prince of Monaea with
Lady Hamilton. Tho views bo has re
ceived from all those whom ho has ap
proached are moro or less against annulment
Backed up by over a third of a century of jf
! remarkable and uniform cures, a record such. nll v
as no other remedy for the diseases and weak- Ipl H liV?!Wt -
nesses peculiar to women ever attained, the IKpk yASi )
proprietors and makers of Dr. Pierce's Fa- Mlf S t11
vorite Prescription now " feel fully warranted Mwf
in offering to .pay $800 in legal money of the l fi
United States for any case of Leucorrhea, crp '
Female Weakness, Prolapsus, or Falling of t-
Womb, which they cannot cure All they Mfel "Wi ' I
ask is a fair and reasonable trial of their mJ
means of cure. ffift
WORLD'S DISPENSARY MEDICACASSOCI ATIOiVPropnclors f m
J VWTl. EUSTO, 2NT.--ST, f S
Two Carloads I
1 Of Fine Furnlturo Intended for
Holiday Trade, but delayed In tran-
g sit, now to bo sold regardless of
I. X. I. Furniture and Carpet '
t Installment House, J
s 4S E. Second South St.
f P A. SORENSEN, Propr.
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I i'KT'K. 1 make no misleading statement I
jj CrXtLTN, unbusinesslike propositions to thi i
i f l WsSlpS VV'i ' dieted In order to obtain thalr cm Wsii
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4 ffypiy VICES and HONEST RETURNS !j
J W. A. CciOK. M. D. motto. j' 3r
Oldest Reliable Specialist. y,
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MANHOOD. STRICTfRE and REFLEX CONDITIONS ,2 l
v I euro these disorders to STAY CURED forever, for less erpense.Jo
pared with results, and In a ohorter Utio than any specialist In the city.! ei Ji
j. Examinations aro free and advice cheerfully given. If you can not!
i at my olfice. wrlto for booklet and question list. My cures aro guinnv '
In writing. Address ' $ 1
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mil mlBWMk sttered many editions with the offering of the JWmsM
I MjVmKBmi mSt dePendaWe and seasonable clothing at prices which iMmWS
f I WmnMmm afe n aPProach to their manufacturer's cost. It's a bold Vmmmm
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H 1 hualm rag"E fr 2n0lIlr wcck; Ev"y one $2 00 dsT ZT7 Actually less than the wholesale cost to manufactuj
a. gem even t regular price. It's like finding them Soft $ AA S ' -0 Kf $2-50, $3.00, gfat )3 & any of them.
a now at $10,00. ! Shirts... aV'U JUC d JM. 7 3 As long as there is a single coat left, you'll fln SS?
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