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Child's Kid Button Shoe, spring heel, patent tip, size 6 to 7 $1.25 $ .85
Child's Kid Button Shoe, spring heel, patent tip, size 8 to 10 J 1.50 1.00
Misses' Kid Button Shoe, spring heel, patent tip, size 11 to 2 1.9bj ": 1.35
Child's Grain Button Shoe, spring heel, sole leather tip, size 8 to 10 1.35 ' .85
Misses' Grain Button Shoe, spring heel, sole leather tip, size 11J 1.85 1.35
Child's Grain and Calf Button Shoe, spring heel, "Young America," 5 to 8. 1.25 'L'OO
Child's Pebble Calf " " spring heel, sole leather tip, 7 to 10.. 1.50 - : - .95
Misses' Kangaroo Calf . " " spring heel, plain toe, size 8 to 10 .... 1.50 1.00
Ladies' Oxfords in kid and calf, case and turn soles, etc., choice of lot $1.00 per pair
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THE DAY IN CONGRESS
President's Message Receives
BUT LITTLE BUSINESS DONE
Joint Resolution- forcibly Approving
the Principles of the Monroe Doo
trine Introdnced In tlie Sen.
Washington, Dec. 3. The eeDate gal
eries were again well filled today, but
there was not the struggle for places in
cident to. the opening.
After the formal proceedings, Senators
Vilas and Allison, the committee- ap
pointed to wait on the president, stepped
into the middle aisle and Vilas Eaid:
"The president desires us to convey bis
respectful salutations to the houses of
congress and to eay he will immediately
communicate his . views in writing to
Then Pruden, the executive clerk,
made a formal transfer of the message
to the senate.
There was a thining out of the attend
ance on the floor after the first half hour
of reading, as the senators had printed
At 1 :40 the reading of the message
was completed, and on motion of Sena
tor Gorman it was laid on the table and
Senator Cullom presented a communi
cation from- Evanaton, III., asking that
the government take action concerning
the deplorable condition ot affairs in
Senator Gallinger offered a similar
communication from the citizens of New
The resolution of the Idaho legislature
urging the election of United States sen
ators by a popular vote was presented
by Senator Dubois. ' .
Senator Lodge introduced the follow
ing resolutions relative to the Monroe
... "Resolved, That the congress of the
United States deems it .proper to assert,
as a principle in which the rights and
i teres t s of the United States are in
volved, that the American continents,
by the free and independent condition
which they have assumed and main
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tained, are henceforth not to be consid
ered as subjects for future colonization
by any European powers,
"Resolved, that we would consider
any attempts on their part to extend
f their system to any portion of this bemi-
spere . as -dangerous to our peace and
safety".- With . the existing colonies or
dependencies of any European power
we have not interfered and shall not in
terfere, but with the governments who
have declared their independence and
maintained it, and whose independence
we have, on great consideration and on
just principles, acknowledged, we could
not view any-interposition for the pur
pose of oppressing them or controlling in
any manner their destiny by any Euro
pean power in any other light than as a
manifestation of an unfriendly .disposi
tion towards the United States.
"Resolved, that in accordance, with
the doctrine laid - down by President
Monroe, as stated in the proceeding
rules, the United States declares its pur
pose to maintain the principle embodied
in that doctrine and will regard any in
fringment of it, or any attempt on the
part of any European power to take or
acquire new territory on the American
continent, whether under the pretense
of boundary disputes, tr otherwise, as
an act of hostility to the United States.
. "Resolved, that the president be re
quested to communicate these resolu
tions to the governments of all nations
with whom wo have relations of amity
Senator Call introdnced a resolution
directing that the insurgents in Cuba be
accorded belligerent rights.
The senate, in executive session, con
firmed the nomination of Richard Olney
as secretary of state and Judson Harmon
as attorney-general, and at 3 o'clock ad
journed until tomorrow, shutting off de
bate for several senators primed with
speeches on Cuba and Venezuela.
Senator Stewart introduced the usual
IN THS BOUSE.
Washington, Dec. : . 3. When the
house met at noon today Rev. H. F.
Coudon, the new chain plain, a blind..
Universalist preacher, from Port Huron,
Mich., delivered the invocation.
Mr. Payne, republican, of New York,
chairman of the committee appointed to
wait upon the president, reported that
Mr. Cleveland sent bis respectful salu
tations to congress and wonld com
municate ' in writing. Immediately
thereafter, Mr. Pruden, the presi
dent's executive " " clerk,- : appeared
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with the message, while the clerk read.
The- members listened, -some intently,
but all respectfully, to the words ot the
chief executive. ..During ..the entire
reading of the message there was not
single manifestation of approval or dis
approval, but at the conclusion of the
reading, which occupied an hour and a
half, there was a slight scattering of ap
plause. Five thousand copies of the
message was ordered printed.
At 1:50 the house adjiurned until
Representative Livingston, of Georgia,
has prepared a resolution providing for
a joint committe to investigate the facts
in the Nicaragua case and to' reconi
mend proper action to vindicate and
preserve ' the dignity and rights ef the
United States' in the premises.
Charges Against So ran ton's Finest.
Scranton. Pa., Dec. 3. The police
force, with the exception of two patrol
men on vacation, were summoned be
fore the major today and notified that
Rev. Dr. Chase Robinson, in the Second
Presbyterian church pulpit, on Thanks
giving day, had charged that Scranton
policemen led young men to houses of
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' . ' . - Regular. Special.
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Gentlemen's Fine Dress Shoe, lace or. congress, tipped, all warranted 4.00 2.75
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