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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1908.
Genuine Pony Goatskin Coats $50 Handsomely Shaped Garments In The Popular 36Inch Length. 'mm will M mm Mm t Perhaps you will wonder at this exceptional value right at the height of the season. It is due to two causes. Foreseeing the popularity of these modish coats we placed heavy orders months ago, but owing to the unusually warm spell we have accumulated more than we expected. Now we must make room for those still on order. Thus, owing to our advantageous purchases and dis advantageous weather you can secure a $75 coat for $50. TEN MOTOR CARS BURNED Boston Garage Destroyed by Fire from Auto's fiasollno Tank. Boston. Dec. 20. Flro early to-day flentroyed a one-story building nn P.e,a con street, owned by O'Brien Brothers of Brookllns, and occupied by the money Tonne IVa DON'T WORRY. SEE US. tiosslble. Mr MUTUAL LOAN & GUARANTEE CO., Room 315 Washington Uulliling. it. 'Phono ,(.,j.,f.j.4..HMH'M'4'r,H, Morris Chnlrs, $i.nn to 530.00. Children's Morris Chairs, $3.fi0 to .56.75. Blsscll Carpet Sweepers, $1.H0 to 95.00. OKI blue Delft Hutch tmpot, tile, special, 30c each. Chafing Dish Stands, or Smok ing Tables, with drawers and Clipboard, In Imitation muliog any, weathered oak, and golden oak, Special Price $4.45. Adjustable Shaving Stands, with boxes for sharing utensils, regular $11. Special $3.75. THE CHAMBERLAIN Crown & Orange St. Corner. "Globe Wernicke" Bookcases. Ostcrmoor Mattresses, These coats are made of the pelts cf the little wild ponies that roam the step pes of far away Russia. Only the best selected skins are used the flat, glossy kind with the handsome moire marking. Wp doubt If you $59 could duplicate) this vuluo under $75, nuiilo In the popular ,"fl-inch length for comfortable nnd ser viceable, street wear. A perfect fitting coat made In the, dip front and hncli style, with shawl collar gauntlet cud's nnd lined with Skinner's satin. garage of IT. fjiivel, the drug store of C. (. Morey, V. C, Hunter's market, find l' Peterson's shop shop, causing u total loss of nbnut $ Hi, 000. Ten automobiles valued nt nbnut. $ 'j. non, xxerc burned. The fire start ed while Mr. tiavol xxns filling nn au tomobile tank with frnsolene from n can. II I! A J3 noiiaays will loan you any amount it. 3k from S.'i.no up, at the lowest rnt ( nil on others, thi como to tis. Why pay more than v necessary? 1700. Beautiful Furniture For Christmas Gifts ! FTahognny Muffin Stands, $7.05 to $ n.r.o. Music Oihlnets, $R.50 to $2K.OO. jpytmum in i, I,.., , wr ftltc buys (his nicely varnished Top Folding Sewing Table. X T i J ltec(l Work llaskcts, .$a.7o to $7,r.o. Keed Rockers, $2.70 to $16.50. Idreo's Itecd Hookers, $l.h8 to $5,00. 11. ! I CO. PRESIDENT UNDER FIRE OF CONGRESS Both Houses Determined to Get Proof, But Senate Is More Denunciatory in Its Resentment. INSURGENTS JUST TALK Senatorial lTght In Connecticut In tenuis Both Houses Hill Plug ging Axvny 011 Tariff Revision. ( SiM'i'lnl I oi rf upondriup.) Washington, 1). C, Dec. 19. Presi dent Roosevelt Is certain to go out of office, with Um most unanimous con demnation that bus been given a pres ident of thu United States In recent, years. Resentment against tho lan guage In his liiHt annual message, or that portion of It referring to tho see ret service originated In the house, but it iui.s been taken up with renew ed vigor In the senate, and there Is a complete, underMtiuidlng In that body between the republican nnd democrat ic, leaders. Hike the house they have appointed a committee, to Investigate, the president's remarks, but titers the similarity In tho action of tho two houses cen-ie-i. Th house of repre sentatives, at first strong and mighty In Its Indignation, Is now' timid. Its special committee has reported to the house a resolution "rcipiesllng" tho president to furnish the house with any Information It has to sub stantiate the charges he made. The only portion of the lung resolution which breaks loose from convention Is that which declares that so far as the committee Is able, to discover there xva.s no Justification for the charges. The message, the resolution sets forth, plainly means that a majority of th. members of congress fear being In vestigated by the secret service mm. But no demand t.i made upon the president, and having "requested" tic president for Information the resolu tion quits. There was no debate on the resolution, nlthough Herbert Par sons and Penned of New York Insist ed that the resolution should distinct ly state, that the committee Is .Induing the implications In the mess.ign and not the whole house, i in this ques tion of ethics only fourteen members Voted to absolve the house. It wns noticeable tlint when a vote on the final adoption of It was called for Represi nt.itlve, Njcmlus l,oniworth, the president's son-ln-law. slipped In to the cloak roof to have a smoke. The sennt Appropriation committee, of which Senator Hale of Maine is act- i ins chairman, Is authorized to dl to the very bottom of the president's re marks, the activities of the secret ser vice, and Ret every shred of evidence which would tend to throw Unlit on the subject which has now become the most absorbing before congress. There Is another difference between the house nnd senate action. The house refrained from comment when It adopted the resolution appointing the select com mittee. The senate gave full fl I n w to Its feelings. True most of the talking wa.s done by the democrat?, but It was done with the hearty consent and ap proval of the republican loaders. In fact It I'M a frame-up. .'enators Aldrlch nnd Hale, the joint framers of tho resolution, made no secret of the fact that they had consulted Senator c'ulbtTson, th minority lender, nicl they even Inorpotated In their resolu- 1 tlmi lanKiiago suugested by the demo- I civil. No one nroso to defend the iconise of the president, and who v.lllj ! do so when the committee r. ports to ' the senate remains to he seen, senator j lyidxe hud Just finished a prolonged defense of the president on the Itrowns- vllle affair when Senator Aldrlch Intro duced the resolution, and pi-rhaps be did not feel equal to tho task of tight -lug off the lne liable. Hrt remained si lent throughout tli denunciation heaped upon the head of his friend and made no effort to even modify the lan- ! gunge of the resolution. The d,.ino- I ni'ulu linil IhiMr eina u llb Viniifilof Railey, of Texas, leading off The message was characterized ns the most Insulting that had ever been sent to any hgislntlve- body In the history of the world, sod It Is sale n say that both sides of the senate chamber being agreed on this point fulurs remarks may be counted upon to discount tho preliminary ones. The hou.-e has other troubles Just now besides its light with the Presi dent, representative A. P. (lardner trier! out his strength against the 'an- J. j non rule and lie went down to a practl Tical Ihnugh not moral defeat, thanks to Ttli weak-kn'-ed Insurgents who had 3.1 not back bono enough to insnrge when the opportunity to do so was presented to them. When It came to a question of appointing n committee of eight for the purpose of revising the house rules Mr. (lardner lacked but 1.'. otes. Had the men who participated In ie Hep burn meeting but a few night -i before 'rallied to the support of (iaidiier the t'evl.slnn of the rules would now he well under way. instead many of them de monstrated that, they are willing to j talk but have no desire ti vote. Protn- ; Inenl among these was "I'licle pete" ! Hepburn of Iowa. Mr, Hepburn had lief n looked upon ns the leader of I he insurgents. Mr. (!arder was making wonderful strides In his light to place I 11... I,.,,kn .... .-A.,..,l I,.., ,.1... III.. j I'droltly framed rosohillon calling for i information nH to the revision being p'ade In the British house of commons had been laid on the table by the coin 'n.'llee on foreign affairs. Mr. (Inrd ; nor moved for the discharge of that j (" luiiilltce, n won, p then amend ed tin resolution so that It merely call I oil lor Hie appointment of a special ci nimillec to revise Dm rules. Sneaker 'a, 111 union, with ,he assistance of .Asher mils, the parliamentary expert, rut- tjed that Mr ! U'irdiier had destroyed his Jj privilege of the Hoof y changing tho i character of the resolution. Mr, liard ' her appealed from the ruling of the j chair and he lost, lost by virtue of ids I supposed supporters who (locked wlld i ly to the seclusion of the cloak rooms i and In the house olllce building, where they attended to ome ina.ll from home. And even with these desertions the rep resentative from Massachusetts onine within an ace of winning, for he lacked but IS votes to carry his polnl and override the speaker. The democrats were behind him In a body. Not one Of his colleague from Massachusetts could bo found alien their names wero called. In tho meantime tho Insur gents are holding meetings and doing a lot of talking. That, apparently, is preferable to lighting on tho floor of tli house. i The senaioi-lal fight In' Connect lent between .Senator limndegeo of New London, and Repiv scnintl vn Hill, of Norwallt, Is beginning to attract, con siderable attention at the capltol. Air. Ittandegee and his friends at I ho outset of the contest looked upon Ids rc-elec-llon ih a mi io thing. The complexion of nllHUs In I'liuheetleiil havfi appar ently taken on a different aspect. Mr. Hiundegee has deserted his seat In the senate temporarily In order to devote his tnllre time to the hatllo at. home. Mr. Mil) Is plunging; along; on the ways and lueana committee, working night nnd tiny on tariff revision, and leaving Washington only at rare intervals. Thu prcue.nl senator hus never taken a prominent part In framing legislation of uuy kind, Mr. Illll has done yeo man's service In the house for years, nml Is Inked upon as a tariff expert as well as one of the best Informed men on finance In the Iioiiho. Another Jiiajtfor of speculation In Washington these days Is tho cabinet with which Judge Tuft proposes to surround himself. .Cabinet makers have nhout given up the. task of pick ing men haphazard. The problem Is too illlllciilt. There Is great Interest, how ex er, to know xvhnt Is to become of Postmaster lleneinl Meyer of Massa chusetts, Karly In the campaign It looked certain I tint he would get the treasury portfolio, but It Is said that Judge TfU't has definitely decided upon another man for thu place, possibly Kcprcscnlai ive Rurton In the event of the killer's defeat In Ills senatorial race In Ohio. When Secretary Root wns as sured the seantorshlp from Neiv York, Mr. Meyer was tentatively picked by the speculators for the stato depart ment, but now It Is knoxvn that Mr. Taft baa expressed the opinion that his premier must not only bo xvell versed In foreign affairs, but that ho must be a great laxvyer. Tho pnstnuiNler general meets the first quallllcatlon but he Is lacking In tho second and, tu Judge Tnft's mind, tho most Important. So the stale de partr.ieat this barred to Mr. .Meyer, Kinallx. Mr. Meyer was suggested as nn admirable candidate for secretary of the ii. ivy, since Secretary lteb seems to have 'lot 6 tho strangle bold he had on the Job, and It ii barely possible that Mr. Meyer has a heller chance for this Job than for nny other. In He event of losing It, however, still fur ther provision Is made for Mm In the shape of a diplomatic post abroad. This Is the one casn In xxhlHi Mr. Meyer Is likely to Interpose objection. He has had plenty of experience as a diplomat, and liule'remnlns P attract him on the other side of the water, It Is barely possible tint he would like to go to the court of St. .lames, as suecf.ssor to Wbllel.nv Rehl, but even that Is doubt ful. His known among Mr. Meyer's friends Unit he veiy mm h prefers Hi" owi-k ta Washington nml xvould wll linglx nccome a member of Mr. 't'.i f i ' . cabinet. WAl.TKi: .1. FAIiY. WORM TROD ON BY PRESIDENT TURNS fi'onllnued from First Paqe.) ii. .liable the belief In the unity of church and state or 41m denial of the dlxl'ilty of Jesus Christ? If Jesus Child was only a mere mnu and not (col !',c Son, that ngopy on t'alvarj's Moss vms of no mote value than the P.isslou I ,'ay of ( lb. ramn.ci gau. If the pivu', M Is a I'nlUitnn nnd dies In that, t.i.tli how will he stand at the ."nip.Mi i nt s. nt of Christ, w ho last ed death lor Miry man? No man, be be i ii'pcMi', king, or president, . :r.i nt. r tlie Cat- s o' 1'. ai I, Into th llo'x City, who Is anil -Christ. It Is only a step behind blasphemy against the Holy spirit which has no forgiveness, i c!!lief In this world nor tlm world lo t ion,... The whole magnificent and only Inn of salvation Is tin own over board. What Is the iloy ltllde good tor, from (ieiiesls lo Revelation, wlth oiii the fullness of the (iodlicad bodily in the pel son of Kmmuol. "(Sod with !-." What Is euitli without a Christ inas I'l it. (he balloivei; s'ory of tie babe boi n In the manger and the an gels' song of "illory to (iod In tic highest, and on eattli, peace, good will toward men?" What Is heaven with out Christ In It and the It-ilonipMou song sung by voices from all nations.' The rnltarians have no purl In It. Now, Mr. President, Just one more question and I am done. What effect do xoii think It will liaxe upon the missionary xxoili of the churches of this eountiy when It Is known that the pii sldeiit-clcct denies the truth of the doct.'lncs tin y have been and are io da.v teaching'.' Ho yon knoxv about two -thirds of the Rible is tak'ii up with Hod's his tory of nations and Ills dealings xvlth clx ll Foxcrnuieiits? Ho you know that the path of history Is strewn with nations who have forgotten Hod and have been turned Into the bell of nations?- 1. e., they nre dead aa nations. Instances, P.abv Ion, Ancient Hrerce, Pagan Rome, etc. This republic may or may not exist for centuries, but so long; as It docs exist It should he a Hod fearing, Hod loving nation, with a president In the chair who is an humble Christian and not ashamed of Jesus. Very truly, ,T, C. MARTIN. LITTLE FOR ALDERMEN lliiildiug Lines ('oiiimlltec to Hold Ses sion Hcfore Meeting, The special meeting of the hoard of aldermen which wns voted at the reg ular Hecember meeting txvo xveeks ago will be held this evening. There seems to he little of consequence to come lie fore the meeting however now that it has been called. Tim matters that were referred to the legislation commit ti e, the proposed legislative act to com pel Yale to pay taxes anil the charier change o place public squares which Is called larglcy nil their account. No charier change Is to bo naked on I ho Yale matter as the result of Hie dollb erallons held bv the leonunll te last week and the other mnlter will be un favorably reported so that a regu! ir session would he In time enough for that. The. meeting had been called to pi mill the passage of any new acta which were to be scut in (ho legisla ture. Hefori. the session this evening ,Vre will he held that he.irili'; of the ci m- mlllce oil buildings and liullilin;; linen xvhhli was called for last Friday night and which wns postponed because there was no quorum picacnl. II was agreed then that. Ibe session would be held be fore the meeting of the board Imilglit I lint a repon might be made ou the matters pending at this Hireling, IKM IxIM, III I It S, We luivf every lltid of i in ker ror the ehlhlren and for the imrentH nn well, bIho (he etisy oneii for urniuliiii. ami .'! n luliiifi. lo nut fnil o it 1 1 and look nl our i-tor If ymi hnve nny kind of rorker lo hio fill .it n diNcniint of Ixvelity fief cent PHi.iWN tk DUnilAM. This Morning? Does It Ache? Maybe ,xour kidneys arc affected. You need not Buffer so. diet relict tiiul be permanently cured of this painful ailment. Hundreds of people, have been helped, ttnd P.M'IS KID Nl'.Y PH.I..S will do as much Cor you. Head tho following New Haven Tcstl-moiilal: New Haven, Ct., Dec. 10, 1908. Tho Paul Remedy Co., New Haven, Conn. Gentlemen : cannot com mend Paul's Kidney Pills) too highly, they having done so much for me. I suffered a. great, deal with backache until I tried the Pills. While my work Is very hard I have been hotter fitted to do It since taking your won derful remedy. 5Tours truly, II. FINCK, 161 Plymouth Pt. t'or sale nt the following drug stores price B0 cents: (. If, Itlshop, 800 State St. S. & It. Noglmur. loot! Grand Ave. T. P. (illlesplo & Co., 711 Chapel St. N. L. Morris, 8S Washington Ave. T. .1. Heck, 51.1 Howard Ave. Not klu Ilros., art Church St. C. A. Lamb, 215 Dlxwcll Ave. And nil other Druggists nnd Dealers. Many Choice Gifts. Mary choice Xmas gifts on view. Panel minors with hand carved framea. Eward's prints fram ed artistically; water oolors, and a few oils. Many other small- t 0 l fl ! 1 m i i i d $ I to framed pictures that are attractive. TS Curtlsi Studio 10H0 Chapel Street. r. i:vr to-imv. Ilx pi rlnii John Prew, eve. The llriiiid - Hilly the Kid, eve. l'oH --lllnh (.'hiss Vaudeville, nft. and eve. Polo, Quinnlpliie Rink, New ITiivrn vs. I truck ton, S;4ii. Aid. 'i nun. Spei-liil Meeting. City Hall, S. AuihimI Aleellnu t'nlori League. S. I lisioi ir.il Society Meeting, I'nper by Henry T. Itlnke, eve. Qulnnlphic l.ndi;e, I. O, O. F., Nomina tion of iitlleerK rx'e. Victoria Court Whlnt, Muslo Hell, 3. HiilldliiK and Kuildlng Linen Committee, Grady j Furniture Company i ANOTHKH A'lTflAC'l IVi; DIIVAItTMKN'T I'OH X .MS GIFTS t WILLOW AND REED CHAIRS. i 1015 CHAPEL STREET, !j! Opposite Oshorn Hall. HihGrale Photographic Fortraits New Htudlo. Cnnvenleiitly Arranged, ncuunnahlB Prices. Tel. 1337-4. 1 101 CHAPEL STREET. Between York and High Streets. 7p Developing and Printing We use tho Kodak Tank .System of developinaiit for holh plates and tllms, whleh produces a higher pnrrentugu of moiid negatives than any other iiie'thod. Kalliirns In iluvclopinnnt do not occur beeanko n tresh soluilon of tinned tm fieralure and mreiiRlli Is lined fur each mil of lllm or set of platen. We use "Velox" to iniiUo llus prints and wm rhniiHo llin grade and mirfaos of papor xvliich Is best suited to 41H ngttllvc. If. yoi.r angatlvoa are not eatlsfaetory xva are only too glad to itstdHt you la hiaUIng correct expos ures, City Hall Pharmacy Co. N K X T TO CITY H ALU m MM A Suggestion We would suggest you buy wear for Christmas this year, Boots, Arctics or Hosiery. Shoes anywhere from 75c to $6.00. Slippers from 85c to $2.7IL Hosiery from 2 5o to $3.25. TREES. Shoe Forms, to keep the insoles from curling up, have good dressers 60c and $1.00 Open Evenings ONLY GOOD SHOES 842 and S46 'H'H-'M t f it Merrels, Cross 6 Beardsley, Specialists in High Class Modern Painting, Wood finishing, Wall Decorations and House ( Furnishing. 'Phone 839. Modern Decorating CnIN for original and Individual treatment. Don't he Nat Islied with the commonplace, when you can have your dec. orating done In a manner exprenslvo of your own Ideas decorating different from your neighbors, unique mid artis tic, and at practically the wimo cost, AVc'd. be pleased to have you consult tin. ' - S, II J loses half 'of its terrors ... i- L I ...UIU MONROE BRO I ' ' HOME-WORK has gOOQ llgnt uy wiiiii tu wui iv. For tho study table there is nothing that is more essential than a modern gas portable. It sheds soft rays on tho work in hand and leaves the eyes them selves in tho shadow. Every father or mothershould see to it that their chlldrens study room is lighted II All iM.!nnn m on ox tnutot) laiuo, The flew Haven Ges Light Co, 1 CPL RlSw $6-75 ) m. iur J KEY FITTING, GUN AM.' l,(i(JKSMITI!INa Sportsmen's Supply Co., Ii!) Church tit', Hasenu nt. E. H. 'BASSETT, Mgr The tnly Shoullnji (.ullery In tho Cltj, something in the way of foot cither in Shoes; Slippers, Rubber wrinkles out of your shoes and the become almost indispensable for per pair. Till Christmas. AND STOCKINGS Chapel Street: 1 I 90-92 Orange Street. J 353 Crown St. Telephono 2781. $ to the school girl or boy who 4- A ' h Tho ! tiUiljJUItJll LrJUNUiy ClncorpomtoA) HIGH CUSS WORK Mel Con, !llj UMtl il Hll Hllll cm.