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r) Hl.lSHKH iiiiucus ,ATIC MEMBERS or THC 5E DISCUSS PLANS OP FHL MINORITY, DECISION is reached I -n Outlining the Course to B» ,j in Reference to Leaang issue* Introduced, but Finally .,0 to Committee—Eastern rs pretest Agamst "Reiur. the Financial Question. i Virginia, cbt'ri: i. ,1»fc CHWCU4. !. -itim thc follow.i k ro««le for officer* ••i th»- Mr. Rlrhnr-l^ r. !•:.!'« JtmN K'-rr 1*. !.!. .. ,,nt at-armii. -n i. n: «k». Indiana. u- T« *HH. i»i. r. K. Ja kM.fi. Alabama n 'f Mr. KU*har!»»sj, a »•akfr. him h- minority l'»!«*r*hip |»»!*fion nf lh- rau lt» pr iitall* M'fVJ' \"ork offi«r«-.l the folio*'it.(t tb«' waif* «»f the a i Reform in tt*« Tariff. That xhaH promote «f *:ar 'h- i- sni\ 4l -..vr. r«'»tiJ ani often tture* af the e* I ti it tar ., truly lar^l be ».r«i*t» Th'- r.-Ji-nry :ut»inatlon» »f w by ir at tlr a) m»r.«»p il). in •', nu an omtn« r.-ft*! in 'hr^a! .• \!M«*nr»- ,f HHtUul iil an I tm !•*.• m-f incMleral'* -n.:»!5 "ion" far th«- -t. are exj».»"" .i:-.1 -r or not rti*!»•» v*' IH C-iba !'i' -t no Mtnix 'snis |»r i .b'y *h I Jival! th«»m!M!v*»* »f th" fii!'"M »a in unitf-r ••ti-tinit r«-»tri t\'y j»roter*ed :.«T b" rtnitl-' I -i -1 v to foreigner# than tJ ir.trymen Fit and thor l»e had onlv by am« r. I *h ircM»r,t tariff H'Jt mirh roripro, ity treat- S'icp. evon :f th y do no*, ••move, the unfair and of the prwr.t syntn*. erout Treatment Favcrttf W•• ha I favor i*" ?,,,atm«nt of the Inhabitant* i! and of Cutia. All oliliga- Khn'iU! h» FB' rellv Having freed h'»r from '«»mltiaMs»n and a^^uni"! over iertdra'e nd even some if *'native* of aov«'r«- itnty. •I'lnd by evrrv r(iu»lleratitn »nd amity to a!1'»* her -^»ible lthertf of "rttntn»T :r«e with our 0*0 roan- »rp opposed to the «uh -'ntod at the last i tn create a monopoly W« »»ha!l oppose th*' si'. money Of a! the poop! 'islvt ben eft* of p* !n V^'e Fhnl! Ir.^^t «pcf, the (f ih» fun iHtncntil Am- demo ra'ic* t»elf g.v»rn- '•'e (ire opp im I to th- 'J'tah -f any loloma! or other sy* •1 v the #»xer't«lve or military 1'nltei States may p«,r '''masse? men 'Ut^.t* and («afeguards the I obligation1* 'hey must n'** f'iiy met, but with the *tea.l SHI00 at tj|#» earliest poss.b. 0 aieonl lo «he peoples li'iw in our power the •air." -If government which we 1 "'ir.elvt»t," Precl|itatc« a B^g «o«. I °sentaiion of thi '''I to prevent Ihe readit.g of Ka*" ®l)e JUadison '•'•I •.'cii'rKt i Q» I "\V feral I li.f'fc VVi''-ni 1,y r, I! .? I: n. 1 n it'nrf ma»f :. jH»wlei»er of largr b^j! .m its*m* an tn iv *h- moil m«"fja in.l j.»f»!lti-* fare I'lOKiet i against the injection of th Q" ^»«n Into Democratic -ounc'.ls. ia Kit* an ncvt i win." i \i "If we 1n oo* !'.s( a (_il ,,n le8R Me here- free silver," 'v»' an never win." Mr faum* -um'-ivr, l^ncera,, support IV national at ')t the Democrats «rty.' i f'irtner discussion Mr. Rirh- u Awiim* mo diB- n,W| to a uUi r. uii-f-i K In. The e«.- Det 2—Th" fv*n»i of the house it repre In cation to I.H:! ,it It o'rjrx-k. Thi ar ,•* and & s.i tj8ioni*t» In th»» mberi of the mlnorr i_• eioti to "f I- to ho appoint* v i.. iiit.tiMi prevailed I resolutions having b--n re a inctb.n wa* and carried t»«ai fii. committee wh1:!i is to be iiui'Ua iliMi i!j /irned. f^ANSPOST OVE^OUt ohouid Hav? Arr vea |t New y 3'« Severs- Oayi Ago. .r.fftor. Tin ird, e» luijl. from 'vith twr 'I:IM i(: '»U8 hird .nfantrv .'oa! v« :al *av• in ,,I, s -tt u- 'he .. v I VI, that h»ve !'»n iierever the United Stale" for ri»o outcome ,• v\ (t tc the i-o fp'.lled. r^non.br.l in ftr.d ng dteorce r..i up reaol'Jt'.on a row. Mr. III. harden 11 "tion to refer all resolutions t° ci»i|itnittee, which should be 1 at a" future caucus, but this was ruled out of order pending "'"'g of the resolution xVh, "h"K was concluded ,,Rh notice that he would "If** l,u»» City pl,,tform as a *'iW" ,1!| was followed by Mr H«7 of New York and M" Mantes that they are ah n^t. and loggias- KITCHMCH NEEDS MORE a i| (o utit»id'*r lh( Jr. ior* a a, V v(-n:r.g trans-« p:iii if Nca N' i ap pa-* v i V,4. J'JRY BRIBER'S STORY. Strong t.\ dence Against Alexander Sullivan of Chicago. I":,,. nv .- 1 'e* i'.ai'.iff Jan.* 1. I.VT, ,i l:,.- ui. .-.---1 j-.iry •r. w :i. r\ v it. S U i t. it. ii'.t -M'.'V W .1 '1 1 r. 1: h. it. ::r .v a it. .« 1 .1.' 1 v I -k .... :r. I 1 a*. ji 8 1 ,11 !.m. V s'.fc •. •a 1- 1'tir tS'. *. W- S". K..'i .» I n p,.t 1 r«p: :.t-*i '.i tT.JC r. v r. t.dir.g 1 *r. it:, .-'i -i i n e a. el f-iHii^r.* v '.\ •. 1 S ii I'.var, •r. i-gart »n !»r:'»ir.ft ir -v 1 '. van t„H nn1." l. neb. w i Vi po«» bb' *0 't bold nf an i c»- ir. th«» jury ar. 1 to tell Mm 1 p'ii r.'tff w.»- sr. A A kV, hr c. rri i* he *4' S-. ti'-n-.y ... .. V *'!R* i-. *i. t.5 $1. Son.- *!. •:..* .1 1 ,n BOTT." a- n v 1 1 was pa: 1 .nv ,.•1. r.* irh *. .- mar. he •j- •. ,\ man-" .1 », 1 The ttm«' h« r. mairifai t• 1 whirh to \v, v .'. .. I.yr.c Cnok vi1 t: ^EALCtSY AND MURDER Phatcgraph c* a Woman SuppUee a Motive for Crime. ..go. IVC. 2 A .viarrel over a borrowed l«wk wa* fo:iowe1 by a nrrder when C»»vrge Johnson shot and k'Hed Robert Newitt. a I'/eiong friend. Mr*. John for. is authority for the state rat r.t that the shooting followed a quarrel over the book, which I've killed a man." Johnwn sabi when arrested. He taken to the station, while other policemen i» home. The prisoner would sa tthfrg as to his motive for shooting his friend, but the police found in Ne« Ht's pocket a photograph of Mr?. John *en giving riso t.- the theory that jeal eusy might have been the underlying «ause of the quarrel. BMh men came from the name town in England, and w*re about oO ea: i'f age. A WOMAN THf CAUSE 'vif. Herr WolfT R«.g« From hc ,M Auatrian Reichratn. -The resignation or Vienna. Dec. Hi rr VV.'iff lh- !.•»•«"''T' P-. -. 1 v .. ar..- :1 e'T i. of pi. i n.' n a.'m.f.n.g t: for sr-t that ::*.. Lord K has beeu a't--tr.j'.t French tartic ha« been thw.irt tv of a w Mauser rifles ar.d heir pursu- rs. on fined a con i'.ed. athcrr of the .• eourt? bailllT -V lie ha# mal n i time a notorious maker in the reichrath. waere. in ,,f vouti.e in t.n 0 riotous I'.'li tsat l«4y graced that l»od ,.rar ifis retirement is t'-.e eat ,t i j'ounacv wiia of Professor Mod., w. 1 1" ^uel The' '^nihat Professor Se.di «OJ ult i,ti(j j| meet —iss"" ,. s.hip 4 :%tic.n of the '-ead of the party. was reso!ved a «.ir.d ttir.d Wo'ff"# r^*n not MADTSOX, SOUTH DAKOTA, MONDAY, DECKMKKK CHANGE1H PLANS BLOCKHOUSE SYSTEM A FEA TURE OF BRITISH WARFARE IN SOUTH AFRICA. Correspondent Declares the Command er-in-Chief Has Never Had Sufficient Troops to Carry Out His Operations. Crowing Be'ief in England That Kitchener's Tactics in Fighting thf ®oe-s Are a Fa! ure. New York. Dec. 2 —The corre spondent of Th Tinier at Pretoria ,says that In oriier to cope with the I larpo number of Boers which keep in toijf n with Commandant Genera! Bo tha ast of the line of black!, nu*-? from WilRe river V Greyllngsta.-i 12 British olnmns are operating bf vvt ea the !e!agf,a and Naial railway. In the \\V?t*m Tranevaa! th eol- iimns un Lrnd KekeWii 1. ,«r-(" HWei pil.i: tin c:.:m with, tin- i i i -i or. the i,i.-tabula:y 1 rail .vay l:n and coiT'-spondent, It »!!-. sa that iilo khous-- a fa tor In lh.- pa try. The ru HUtl etitiii ly ntsburg center t!:e enemy. ar*' to im t.ichief .at ion of the coun •s of bloi khouses will the Pretoria-Jchan- The eon ei.itat :. o.* :h« Brit I.-h col umn* south ,J x:\i- Delatjoa railroad h«s withdrawn ti e 'roops north of the lir.e with the result that the Boers are back again that neighborhood, where sickr.e&s and fever do not pre vail and *b-tv .'•! plentiful. Lord Kiteiii- .. r. th-» correspond nt. ha?= .fii :.t troop? to car ry out eompr. 'i« -rat:.::« simul tam-o'tjsly r::. .t*. *.hv Del -a&m !in What They Say in England. Commenting on the s-.tnation irv South A": a. er.t of a. Tl.on.iui c: -spond Tt says: n:-v.- philosophy than fact r« r.t .!':»• u-fion of the war. i «A contain con* aric.us pens, and the a recor i c-e::c .r. n Stc:*h Afritc 1» 1 k• draws .ill analcgv ?. ch:i. Review between th against the Boer .. aaipaign in Mexico, f.. warfare was sup •h. .,:.,»i:tion of transport ••i i. :.' of mrb'.le rolumns •i., ii Military men. «hile There ,v: '-.-or. In* in th-- v Tl tr met. tar. da:!v i 1 r- 1" .« S van paid \ai ... -. v w k As i v i-r." a^ii0 i •.. i a 11 1 w.4\ •••tr .r. ir 1 tr.« in i .rinc the last year. :.g to »arrv out the in Mexico, but by the persistent itv foe armed with :.? a on tir'.r.c out Mil.tarv m. n get i5 ,d by Jolin«or. When Newitt fell to the fl.Hir .lehr-sor. rushed from tin house After running two blocks he was arrested. .. from the papers, but know many se-j tral Minnesota. from the correspondence of offi rs in South Africa and are familiar with the ta'.k of returning soldiers. They assert that Lord Kitchener's offi cers do not co-operate well with him nor with one another, and that there FRICTION, WITH UNO*?3.SINU grumbling and discontent. There l» a growing fe* ling that Lord Kitiheners aU-nts for organization, so conspicu ous in the Soudan, haw been a source of weakness and dissatisfaction tn Souta Atiica. DISPUTE OVER RULCS. Republican Caucus Holds a Lengthy Session. Washington. Dec 2-The Republic an ii11 nibcrs of the house of represen tatives nut in t.nieus in the hall of the ARE YOU DEAF? Iwr of phyMCi.it!. re enter public taorn Pan-ilcrmai of the fan equally turbulent He. a* th? loade «j 1» upon th hsiV btt'c fftoct tn jr parliament t-:r.« Wolff* resignat.^n w.l! •e?tat- T-' ALL 2, 1901. house at 2 o'clock. Chairman Cannon presided and Mr. Laudenslager of N*f--.v Jersey acted as secretary. Hon. Da vid B. Henderson of Iowa was unan imously nominated for speaker and ii' Ihe oM officers w re named witho i* opposition. They are: Cleik, A. McDowell, Tennessee tor gf ant-at-a mH, Henry C'as'son: door keeper, William Glenn postmaster Jo?»ph Mr-Elroy. Mtip«j«. Payne, N'evv York Tawn»v Minncsrjta. an'i La re:*. Iowa. w«re ap pointfd a remmittee to escort Genera' H« tidev'/.r. to the chair and he a/1 dr'i. .••atrrtts, at length. Mr Da!zf! -r.neylvania offered a res ol'ttior. \".a« 'he.rulcs of th« Fifty-sixth conr-'--- n-p't .?liph! raofllflcations. b adopt- *-)r t-jjp [-hf«•.--Eoven,.h "ongress. th'* p-i'Hipa! i-har..T- being 'hat aPer nat" K: fev,. b- npsrt to ronstder per -. .-ptaifisr in.'teai of every K"! at pr c. nt. Mr Hepburr. '•f 1 ifered a.5 an amendment tha* th- !if adopted for 40 days, when th'-y -::a i be brought before the hous* for or,ideration. This started a de bate v.h.'h lasted during the after noon TOUGH ON M. CAMBON. Ch ef nov Guest Et a Anglo-Arrerican Leve Feast. inn. De. 2.—Amusement has ated among the members of •!matic corps at what is termed n- ambassador's orded at the giving dinner given under the of th Ameri'&n Society ir. Lm be th' the Thar. ^'.U^ i Lnr.ci' Cart.1 ferv. broti. thr pre tr*'. with i cha Utt' :. the. gne -t miph' Bfr.* "i1. the .: tlVe ti, Cc'jonel lli»l:- are in'rv i:. iiij»:.-t:on Throughout the evening n was obliged to listen to per expressions of Anglo-Amerirar j.'iod. which toward the end of r.ner developed into enthusjastie U-~ that the world will be con by Er.glish speaking peoples. a single reference to Fra.K-e by Henry White, United Sta'e- rI'affa!res. who. with a tactfi rue. officially disowned thi h':ep» treatment of the ehief r.d got out himself from wha* luive been an awkward preiica Cambon," ga.d a member o' ilomatic corps to a represents the Aiioc iate-1 Press, "felt very ur.et mfortable. but outwardly he took the whole affair as a rather good jok on him«-!f. It is likely to be a lotiu* however, before he attends ar :eh banquet It was a grca* to invite him." affair has created no ar. .- to the American cmja-sy tim oth mi? IMMENSE lano deal. (treat Northern Sehs Two Hundred and Seventy Thoutand Aces. St Paul, Dec. 2 F. E. Kenaston of Minneapolis an! A. Rabertsor. Pan! have just oniplete 1 th* pur (i.ase of some 27 acr-. s !a:: from the Ireat Northern Railway r. pany. Th 'ar. i bought for r..s.. ar.d the *:-ir. is the large-* .a? transact: -r. .. vt tr.aae in land .r. Northwest. The lands are located In Aitkir of the parallel, as- parlton Itasca. Cass. Crow Wing. W: :s artificial, since dena, Otter Tail. Becker, Hubbard an' Beltrami counties. They are largelv meadow San.Is of the finest quality and are exceptionally well aiapted t." dairying and stock raising These lands have not heretofore been plare' on the market, and will undoubted'*" i find ready purchasers among the hur. little information dre 1s :if larclseekers going into Cer. Mr. Ker.aston and Mr. Robertson are president and general manager, respe tivf ly. of the Minnesota Land and Co' or.'zation company of this city, ar.d th lands will most V.ke'.y be handled by that ccmpar.y. TEN THOUSAND EXHlEJtTS. International Live Stock Exposition Opens at Chicago. Chicago. Dec. •.'.--The International Live Stock exposition, the largest i" the world in point of the number exhibits and territory represent open-d informally at noon. Of the 12.0C0 exhibits expected, ap proximately 10.000 were ir. their stalls The show will continue until Dec. ar.d Manager Skinner said that an v ti r.dar.ee y. between 2cJ.000 and 30v. 000 ?xae.'t. CASES OF DEAFNESS OR IHARD HEARING ARE NOW CURABLE In- our new invention. Only those born deal a:c incurahlo. HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY. lllrflf w A. 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