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January 31, 1901

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Istlug ~]aw was but a make~If~ inten~. ed to cover an~-emergeney and not to serve- as a~ perma~ueht sta~tute. The ed of~rgan~ng t.he army, as well of keeping up its strength, had been elaar~y Point~! out by the Seventy of 'the~committeea on military houses" of the Congress WASHL\ GTON NEWS • The State Department has decided to maintain an attitude of exact neutral- lty between the claims of the two as~ halt companies in Venezuela. J The agricultural appropriation bill was reported to the House. It carries $4,500,000, covering the ustml require- ments of the Agricultur~l Department SUM-MARY OF THE WORK OF THE COLORADO Senpte bill 138 was unanimously passed by the Senate on third reading with an t~mergency clause attached.. It experiments, etc. is by Senator Ammons and provides Senator Teller filed a petitio~ .af. 001o-~ for ~ae appropriation of $13,000 for the fade miners asking that the regumu0ns*~state capitol board deficiency. ~e~D~Im~e~unai~hS~e~rti~. ,~:~: I ~i I twN~i5~tts:oam~Yed in the HouBe a bill for ~he payment o~ Idlght changes, and was placed on the travel allowances on the L .dl~har~ -, from the army of ~zoluntee~, ~ o~em~ ," i:r.;I~l~be~ s bill proposes to stop and men, who re-entered.the servlee~ .thee ~pmdtice of employment agencies the Philippines. ~ of =t~k_~j money from laborers and they are sorry for tha~ now. I am trying to smother the bills, though if. i might todo, I wouId do it right ly. All ~I ask is a*tlttle lay," Senate Joint resolution No. 2, *Senator Taylor provides for out the recommendationof the gore nor relative to the redem is, in outstanding warrants and the polntment of a committee to said warrants and report thereon. resolution provides for the merit of a Joint Committee of two ators and three representatives to in Kensington, a suburl of Chicago. turers, and is unable to see in tht: with which the advocates of this bill board of arbitration with full ~wers inter ~lcted area Ther, was muct Republican leaders~resolvcd should be While all the children were at their measure anything that can greatly in- want to )ut their man.killing machin- to settle difflcult(es. niliesmmunicati°Vliving in betweendifferent houses.places done, and which the President had lessons on the u ~per floor, fire broke ure either." The minority report cry in motion. This is ~t a matter for H.B. 107 by Bradley--To inaugurate gUnMan: ff the inhabitants afte washing recommended, and which events are out, and before it was discovered the takes the msitiou that oleomargarine hasty action--it is a mgtq[er of life, and the initiative and referendum, their lothes in their own homes took proving should be done, whole under side of the first floor wa: is a legitimate article of commerce an( of death. I may say that am op- H.B. 55, by Bell--To require twelve uotes ~he Ynited States Supreme ;osed to the whole bro, d of man~kill- months' residence in the state as a the~ blazing furiously and the inner stair- some neighbor to be mangled. The most pressin~ measure was the way had been cut off. F~ather Bourns- Court to substantiate this )osltion. It ing bills, and will oppose all of them qualification for voting. Owt] to this custom, bedding and bill for the reorganization of the army. sa, who discovered the fire notified eh~ says most of ~he frauds in connection but I at leas~ want time to look over H.B. 169--To ~rovide thai the ineer- cloth g of those, ill wlth typhoid fever Under the law as It existt~l at the be- teachers, who in turn gave the ~ire with the oleomargarine trade are corn- and see which is the most horrifying, est on state indebtedness shall not ex- were zangied in the sam machine, ginning of the ~essibn the army had to drill signal, and as the pupils fell int( mitted by the retail dealers and the My friend from Gunnison says that he teed four per cent. thup line they were quickly marched down makers of butter eanno.t rightfully represents the sentiment of the state H.B. 183 by McLean--~ authoriz~ ~eren ,readin]~ the disease. Four dif, be reduced to 25000 men next summer an outsid~ stairway to safety. The claim an exclusive right to use coloring but he ust bases.that on the burninl the Legislature ~to decide as to unlo !nfected mangles were tra~e~.,,, ~'~t~s,ch~e~ mao~ "a~l~" ¢ue~/~/~n, ~hou~s~ was corn ~ete~y dekr~ ~e~ .... ]~atter. ez me~lffkm~i er:uown'a~ ~mio~a'--ana fo~z dry of text books.