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8 cans Van Camp’s Pork and Beans, med. 'sizs....s9c
1 dozen Cam bell’s Soupsslls
1 Quart Gage Julces9c
3 loaves Bread, all kind32sc
Morrel’s Pride Hams, per lb29c
8 lb. pail James Henry’s Pure Lardslfia
Mortars Cornrd Beef. No 2 «1143:
1 lb. Cocoanu , long shreds—2sc
2 lbs. Nut 01a44c
3 lb. box select Sodas49c
5 lbs. Golden Ripe Bananas.-..........:.................49c
16 lbs. New Potatoes9Bc
1 large bunch well bleached Ce1ery......-..........23c
5 bunches Carton, Beets and TurnipsWZk
3 bunches Radish? and Greon Onions9c
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in early as we Wish to give the best of service.
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for one hour after two-thirds of the
Senate x 4 mead to brink a measure
to a v , gave a minority of hen
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‘feat the measure and under impo
tent the Senate it“? “sat role.
‘whieh at times enables Sonatas to
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minutes of a union needed (a: Ino
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of one or of a minority of Senators
a urea power than the veto Wm
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legislation providing the revenues
p'ay the expenses of ”mum:
should, during the last few days of a
session, but he in the hands of a "mi
nority or perhaps one Senator? Why
shenld they ever be able to eompel
the President of the United States to
call an extra seaaion o! ,Con‘reaato
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in the rules necessary to insure that
‘the business of the United States
should always be conducted in the in
terests of the Natibn and never be in
danger of amounterinc a situation
where one man or a minority of men
might (demand unreasonabie conces
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executive, end there to no more ree
lon why the executive should dict-(e
its policy then why it should govern
the executive. It is the duty of Con
green to develop new policies, end}
of the um. to «try them out.‘
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prdlnm'ury to eutecticy‘, ang! Gon
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rights.
4. Adoption of tho Dana'propoeal
would nullify the delibetative We
01 the Senate. The Home a! Rapu
aegnativea ia now governed by rile:
similar to than which Dave; would
introduce in the Senate.l‘ho rain};
has boon a marked decline in the
quality of debate on the Route floor,
and the finctical rule of party at an
times. Party regularity in elevated
to a iethh by the Home rules.
5. Senete debetes It!!! bring out ex
cellent meat, and determine policies.
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.tore that their um on the War
ren use bed been changed “to: lie
tening to the debate on the queution
of MI qualifications for the post of
Attorney Ge rBl. Semtou Reed,
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when they began their fight upon
hih, but they rought othen to their
point of View. Had their freedom of
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OUR. SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY INCLUDE:
Legs of Genuine Lamb, per 1b.32c
Shoulder Pork Roast, per 1b.20c
Best Steer Rib Steak; per mm
Fresh Beef Hearts, per lbklfle
Fresh Beef Tongues, pol 1b.25c
Choice ‘Venl $Ol,, pet le‘Ac

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