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graphy in Selecting
tew York Gets There, Illi
nois Tnree, Iowa Three
and Indiana and Ohio
Washington, Doa 5. Cannon. In
ho house, today announced the com-
nlttccs for tho 58 congress, all but
ho ways and meana and rules' and
alleage, which wero announced early,
oxpedlto tho business of tho sno.
Eial session. Tho list contains no sur
prises. Important chairmanships fol-
ton elections, one, Mann, of Illl-
Kbls; two, Olmstead, of Ponnsylva-
Jn; three, Driscoll, of New York;
ppropriatlons, Hommenway. of Indi
ana; judiciary, Jenkins, of Wiscensin:
Banking and currency, Fowler, of Now
Rersoy; Interstate and forolgn corn-
fierce, Hepburn of Iewa: rivers and
harbors, Durton, of Ohio; merchant
narlno and flshorios. Qrosvonor. of
5hlo; agriculture, Wadsworth. of Now
fork; foreign affairs, Hltt. of Illineis:
Military affairs, Hull, of Iowa; naval,
Foss, of Illinois; postofllce and post
aus, overstrcet, of Indiana; public
nds. Lacy, of Iowa; Indian affairs,
herman, of New York.
Tho commlttco on appropriations,
hlch is considered tho most impor-
,nnt of Uioso of thoso announced, has
o westerners in its momborslilnn.
akcr, of Now York, anti-pass mem-
or, is assigned to Pacific railways
Icarst secured tho coveted placo on
tho labor bureau, but gets no othor
pmmlttoo assignment Hunter, tho
5ew member from Kentucky, who tol-
egrapneu on mo aay or his victory,
Esklng Cannon not to overlook hlra
08 on tho Invalid ponslon commit-
eo. Prlnco Cupid on Hawaiian nost
fflcca and post roads. LIttauor, who
iaincd notoriety In tho glovo con-
cts, regains his important placo on
o appropriations commlttoc. Liver-
sh failed to land on tho labor com-
Ittce, but gets a placo on naturalli
tion and immigration. Lorimor, the
icngo boss, goes on rivers and hnr-
ors. Richardson, former Democrat-
Phone 1971 Main.
BOP OBI rf? (jj M
Dolls, Games, Toilet
Cases, Shaving, Sets
Stamped Linonj, Cushion Tofts, Fauoy Sliawls,
Table Linons, Etc.
Remember that our extremely low prices hj
ply to Holiday Goods as well as to all regular
lines. If you prefer to give
Practical Presents 9
we cau supply you with Clothing, Shoes, Hats.
Underwear, Blankets, Comforts. Neckties and
everything in Ladies' and Mon's Furnishings
Saltan's Cheapest One Price
Till Ml EM
I e leader, is not yet an any Important
vuumuuee places, and remain. only
on that of library. Floor Leader Wil
liams, of Mississippi, is on tho waya
and means, and rules.
Territories, Hamiltcm, of Michigan;
Insular affairs, Cooper, of Wisconsin;
railway and rnnntn ni,i.,., .
J Wisconsin; manufacturois, Sibley, of
i Ponnsvlvnnlnr mlnna n .... .
.ioiu, jjuuiic uuiiuings and grounds,
GlllcUo, of New York; Pacific rail
ways, Wm. Smith, of Michigan; labor,
Gardner, of New York; militia, Dick,
of Ohio; .in valid pensions, Sullowny,
of New Hampshire; ponsionu, Loudon,
of New Jorsoy; claims, Qraffo, of Il
linois; private land claims, George
Smith, of Illinois; roform In civil son
vice, Gillette, of Mnssurinicntio. ntn-
.tion of prosldont, vice-prealdont and
rupresoniauves, Egan, of West Vir
ginia; liquor traffic. Snnrrv nt rnn.
necticut; irrigation nnd arid lands,
iuonuau, or Wyoming; Immigration
ana naturalization, Howell, of New
Jersey; accounts, Hlldobrandt, of
Ohio; census, Crumpackor, of Indi
ana; library, McLeary, of Minnesota;
printing, Lnndls, of Indinna; indus
trial arts nnd oxnosltlons. Tnwnrv. nf
Big Forest Fires.
Los Angels, Dec. 5. Roports from
tho region of tho forest flro in tho
mountains of San Dornardlno say the
Brooking lumbor mills nro saved, but
that tho Gurnsoy mills will bo wined
out. as the flghtors aro In dangor of
tholr lives In that section. Squirrel
Inn Is nlso In dangor, and 40 miles of
tlmbor nro already gono. Tho flamoa
roach tho pines and shoot high In tho
air. Two hundrod mon havo loft San
Dornardlno to fight tho fire, making
500 in all.
In the Three New Wards
the City By Both the
County and City
Tho county comralsisonera court
has, been considering tho advisability
of placing road supervisors at tho
polling places of tho throe now wards
of tho city, but this aftornoon decided
not to do so. Thq court, concluded that
not as much would bo collected as It
would coat to havo tho men thoro
So no poll tax collectors will probab
ly, appear at tho election in wards 6,
C and 7. Tho city has alroady ob
tained an opinion that It has no Juris
diction to collect In tho'se wards.
A Fine Quartet.
Sheriff Drown, of Dakor county, ar
rived In Snloru this morning, bringing
down four prisoners to servo torms in
the penltontlarn The four mon and
their terms nro as follews: A. A. Hot
wig, burglary In a dwelling at night,
six years; Wm. Jameson, forgory.
two yoars; W. K. Hitchcock, obtain
ing money under falso proteoses, two
years; Wm. Johnson, Iarcony, two
E. T. BARNES, Proprietor i
' ' I .
Dowie Creditor Makes
Receivers Put up
Claims He Is Solvent, and
Wants His Hundred Thous
and Dollars Pro
Chicago, Dec. 5. Receivers In the
Dowlo litigation aro Involved In
trouble with tho othor creditors, who
claim that Dowie Is solvent Samuol
Stevenson, who holds Dowlcs' notes
for 1100,000 appeared In court thld
morning, and compolled tho rccolvors,
representing throo of tho creditors, to
fllo an Indemnifying bond for $100.-
000. This movo Is In Dowlo's favor,
because, if ho can provo his solvoncy.
ho may bo ablo to rocovor damages
from thoso who brought him Into the
Kaiser Not Well.
Dorlln, Dee. 5. Lokalanzolgor re
ports tho kalsor's health procarlous.
and tho doctors Insist that ho must
spend tho wlntor In the South
To Out Mtisicale
Tonight 7 p. fa. to 9:30 p. m.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1903.
PIPJlflQ N(f (InUiv
1 AUaUO nui UUUIJ I
All the Charges
He.Yas First One Arrested
and His Confessions
Caused the Arrest of
Chicago, Dea 5. Gustav Marx, one
,ot tho car barn murderers, was hold
by tho coroner's Inquest today for tho
murder of Detective Qulnn. Ho was
arraigned In the criminal court Imme
diately, whoro ho withdrew his ter
mor plea of guilty, and pleaded not
guilty to all tho charges, dosplto the
fact that ho was tho one who was first
arrostod and made confessions, which
resulted In the capture of tho other
members of the gang.
Aftor Marx was nrralgnod tho coro
ner's vardlct in tho Sergeant Driscoll
caso hold Netdermler guilty, with
Valid In o nnd Itooskl as nocoesorles.
Will Not Lead to War.
Madrid, Doc. 5. Dr. Adolph Dan
zlger, United States vliVconmil at
Madrid, is Involved In a legnl fight
fifrak vraPHHriiiijfcMr ?Ky
GRAND PRIZES FOR
We have placed In one of
our windows a mammoth
pumpkin. Th gJrl upder It
years of age Bueenlng the near
est to the exact number of
soedii In this pumpkin will re
col ve FREE a beautiful
Tho only roqulremuNi plaewl
on competitor for litl tl Is
that Uiey Must icm In pvi'Ssn
nud rcgleter tbvlr uwm nnd
CmteM clotoaThuraday, I-
mlor U. at booh. OIVMN
AWAY ClIUITMAi IV, at
k So p. m. In erHt of two or
more tlelSK on the nmrml
tu su we linvt- r plan l de-
!t0 the til'
II i I i 1 M HiM-
with his landlady, who claims ho owos
her huBbatul $50 ront. Danilger pre
tests that It is an ovorehargo. Ho at
tempted to rcmovo his effects when
his landlady called tho police who
Insisted the disputants sottlo the mnt
ter In court. Danzlgnor Is woll-known
In California. Ho resided several
yars In California, whore ho collab-
i-a!01 w"h Ambrose Ulcrco tho book
U, "Monk and Hangman's Dauchtor." Ho
Is an erudite scholar, conducted Jewt
IbIi service and lectured
May Caute a Strike.
San Francleeo. Doc. 5. Tho failure
of tho mtaurnnt keepers' aisoclatlon
to meet tho committee from t ho
cooks nnd waiters this morning, may
bo tho beginning of a genoral strike.
Thoatatomont Ismndo that tho twtnu
rant proprietors will cIobo tholr places
tomorrow, unless thuy can maka
terms satisfactory. Tho restaurant
kcopors aro members of Uio employ
era' association, nnd nro scouring tho
Btato for non-union fomalo holp. Tho
Tlvoll and Central restaurants this af
ternoon locked out tholr waltors.
Washington, Dec. 5. It is reported
this afternoon that tho Republican
managers havo docldod to elect Mur
ray Crnno, of Massachusette, chairman
of tho national committee, In caso
Hanna decllnod to rotnln tho onico.
Hanna positively refusoa to discuss
tho statement that ho proposes to re
tire. Typhoid at Butler.
Butler. Pa., Dec. 6. Tho death list
today ronchod 43, and new cases aro
being constantly reported.
From 7 p. m to 9:30 p. m.
QRAND PRIZE FOR
We havo plaaed In one of
our window a mammoth
pumpkin. The boy undor 14
yoars of ag RueMlng tho noar
Mt to tho uxact number of
seeds In this pumpkin will re
ceive FREE a beautiful
The only requirement placed
on eofHfwtltoni for this gift U
that .they ramt tome In person
and recUter their name nnd
Ctmlmt cliMHwTliumlay, Pe
comlhur H. at MWR. (MS'ISN
AWAY 0IIHI8TMAB HVK. nt
8:30 p. fa. In event of two or
rnoro doing on the neur-t
gu ma we hnro n plan to de
c-Mo the. tie.
lieiSRKnUBarVil i iHI mJ
Cripple Creek Running
Newspaper In Charge of
Censor. Who Kills its
Editorials for a
Crlpplo Creek, Colo,, Dee. B-Th
military authorities nro now In ftita
control of Crlppto Crook, but up fo
noon no wholesale arrests had beom
made, although many wero threat
ened. Tho Victor Record, which pub
lished tho union minors' statements.,
is under charge of a censor, who had!
tho editorial matter thrown out last
night by military authorities, Boldlorm.
aro looking for tho secretary of Uiw
district tradofl assembly, CloeXjr, who
Ik tho author of tho union statements
In tho Record.
Moccasin a Good One.
Norfolk, Vn Dee. A. A report frotnt
Carratuck Bays tho Moccasin Is stllB
uninjured. Bho shipped no water, a!
though tho heavy iifui pouuded hur ulD
jilght and morning.