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II STEEL BILL 15 ! I PASSED UNDER I WHIP AND SPUR Leader Underwood Chokes Oft Amendments and Tar in Revision Goes Through by ute of 2 10 lo 100. THREE DEMOCR VTS BOLT THEIR PARTY Colorado Delegation Votes m Nay on Account of Cu. in I l ead; 20 Insurgents Sup- p i i I )emocratic Idea. 1 A metal tariff 1 111 I Of). t make reductions evar- W idling mH iiml Iron dOttsa of nr-.M-!i : 'i In. iaaacd t lie house H 1fKl . vote of 514 to ion. i. ' nnnMi-.-aii rffon to smend of Aetata tlM bill rr-i- hrousii t t.i n miilfloti enrl Democratic Leader Underwood re- ' j f fuju-.l la p-.uilt tli" offering of f u r T i o-1 , , BJBendmentS and forreil the house to a flrsl vote. - the inrnmir, While the Democrat lO dele- gatl'-n from t 'lornilK. r.epi ejwiitatives Martin, Rocker end Taylor. dissatisfied Sm jJ with the stent reduction proposed In the . i tariff, voted ijrnlnn the Drmocratlc ;-; run Jorlt v . The Republican ho support- -h" hill, nil laaorgOBta. wore: Us presents tjvss Dsvis and L4odbenrbi mt Mlnnegnt . I tang en, Hubbard and Woods. Oa i; I lelgSSOtt, NOrtfa Paknta: .I.vksor. mU Mu fin.-u and Young, Kaneaa; Kent and Sm Ktphrn. California; Kinkuld. Morris and mt Ktdarii Nebraska; Lsffsrtyt Oregon; i.a Ptotlette and Wsrburton, Washington; Sm Lonroot. Morse and Nelson. Wisconsin. Insurgents Against. Th- in.irKiit Republic n who VOtod acainst the mm wore pd Mii'rr I !olst and tftcener aon. Minnesota: Oxiprr. BHll nnd Kopp Wis onalo; I-Yrn It. Idaho: Oood. tircen. Kendall, Kennedy ami Plekett, ion a; Defeated repeatedly In their attempta to force amendments into the measure, ih RapuhttvOni milled for the ln.t at- tack upon ti e inniion RupreooiilatlTe PSjygftJ of NV- York, former Republican ohatrman of the ivav am' ;ni.nf ioin mtrteo. to rfommli the mil to that i-om-H mlttee with 1nat rii'ttnna to hold It until the tariff i oniiiilaalon tnada ipon upon the metal arhednl". TMa motion wax defeated. MM to LfJ. I The reg-ular Rapobllcani proleslrd to tin- ui HKHinsi the npplii'at ion of rule i lojnnc the fjehate. Mr. I'ndfrwoo. was haiged hv nrnibli" nn leader Mann with ihe "rutbleaa epplfcaUon of ihe in,(. of ihr rw-morratu"" niaJorlt. Manv at teqapta to atrlke i"i aeetiona of iii Dem ocratic free ii' Won mad, but amend Mtnta bi Mr. Kama to r itxicl the Dem H ocrallc free itr. arhlch IncIUdei tpe. irrltera. prfntlng machinery, mai-hine toole. frwlns marhine and other aitlolee H In outit rtf- ,1 do lil.' rlmillH'e H asaimT Maertcan cottonaeed, live cattle, meis , prod Octa, wrrr ilefeated Senate Uncertain. ( ; The hM mil ract a atonny racaptlop , in the tanatc it win reach the aenati I tomorrow .ii. d ! I'-fTted .- fne finance committee. Both ttcpjajbHoaa and Dcmn- ratlc .enatoi have hern deferring other legislation itii ,i low t, roncent m ling f attention rn tho turlff ntOaatirea da they 1 omcrge imin the hOdae, but DO i-ouie 1 of action hn oeen inapped out. I! . DoneecraUi acnatora axprceaad hotw to- ; day t,,e ppgrevslve Itepubliraiif k wnnid loin With tlim In ll.e aaOM coall- ' lion that enaMed the senate to put f 1 'f Ihroojth rae taiifr bin Ht the xn-.i .es. ! r lon ami to ev the t.,r aajuajaiy up t ; J to I tie president. Ihe iucie,ele liepnhliiana have not ' '"Id PO .-onlrren.e pg tr, their attitude. I ,e (.dd diersnit ii a t'i tee sel tariff -th I mav prevent a -!ld nllcn nent on the mearnr?. aVaoter Cajmaataaj ha a hill which he is ted to pvonoe att N auhtitltute for Ihe hpuae -.ryu-n-. lrge hajod n 'on "ppcl:inn to the hoMe hllla traii-for-j matlOft -if r-e Iftc dMtlea into ad alorem The reaular n'oublKnti meaAiire of the etmic flnatiee conimlftee a!rear. aie ricitring on henrlng vartou- j er sen's 1 tnterrste.t m tiw steel imnilr. w :n ,ave J I:i ! . mil' c I IsSe HH Tli ; .- institution j est ah lished ui I8h and m the faren- I ly five year since It com H menced btunneaa it has dem I onatratcd the ability to meet I the requirements of Salt Lake I City and victn'.ty and at the I satre time build np by con- I I Mrva,Jv method, oor re- I sources now amounting to over I 1T2. 3JO.0OO.O0. I SALT LAKE SECURITY & TRUST COMPANY 32 Main St. WILSON AGAirTGlVE LIE BY COL. WATTERSON (Continued from Page One " 2 bond ard stoewl tv lU" party pledge touching primary elections, in thia he was clearly light. Becomes Intimate The presidential cainpagn. ; whli ) the guner natorlal election had served .is a prelude. l"gnn In a manner I had been drag-Mined. I will not say rtaopjwl. !nt 1 H e aorvlce of GoAOrnor Wllaon and t'olonel Harvey. The succeeding ten months brought me into confidential relations with Go ernnr Wilson. Letters tas?od be tweep ns. I'pon his Invitation and on hla bnalness I visited hla home In lrlnceton. He was good enough last winter to dime tn the steamer to se ne off for Kutile. e were even . aught bv the Inevitable kodak fiends and pi. toriallxed In the rilald press side by side, making unite a touch ing group. I found Mm .an of p- !! 1..- ! manaoia. aenolarl) attainments ami undeniable tal:.ls On my return from abroad, the governor met me n New York. Again In November and December we fore gathered there. In short. nothing v a wanting m the moot cordial nnd uofnatraJjaM Intimacy I make -,!s dtnlle. statement he- i rails the public rnlp!.' well fan. I opt the govern or a praaent attitude and ;.)(. thai I had in some way throat myself upon him and that Bty frlendahlp and support had not been desired by him. Appeal for Money. The fortnight Immediate!) preced ing the interview a? the Manhattan ! il. of which I have been at pains to aey as Utile, as was needed 10 luetbe between man and man end men and men. I had dons xvh.ai I ould in the interest ol l is CaUttpalga I was met on mv arrival hy m DOfl urgent appni foi money by gentle man Of distinction, closely associHted with, if not actually directing., the Wilson orawalaatlon, and In anawar to H ie I as able at once 10 secure a considerable aom of money Thg meeting at the Manhattan club was designed still further to push for ward and perfect the work of organ - laatloo. Rise why nnd for arhat wa the governor there? To confuse and mislead Ihe public he has latterly adopted a policy of xlterna:e silence and .sneering. flh Ing the lie dlrei t to my statement that I was asked to help the financial end of his campaign and declining Bty offer to submit the proof of ita truth to a boriv of gentlemen and Democrats equally concerned with our services for the well being of the party, he thinks to clOUd the Issue and escape Its mcuKi C by turning l on in- the irresponsih .-hatter of a literary bureau Which elainu 10 live off the immaculate contributions of subscribers having wings, harps and halos. and which has been for week flooding thr .ountry with every man ver of relaJfloattOn The best evidence of this, to say nothing of ttie sourees of its being, should set honest people to thinking. The Ryan Story The Ryap story, wht- h has made Mich an Impression upon the unknow ing and refe,iing. was. as far as H related to Colonel lfsvrv ev. a ;! OUl ..f whole cloth. Though Governor WiImii knows this, he has allowed It to circulate without a word of ion tradlcllon. This attempt, will, h fol lowed its aapoaurt bj me, to make ii appear that 1 have intimated thai application was made to Mr. Ryan, la cut off the same . loth ami is char acteristic, of the duplicity which at tache! itself to the entire proceedings of thg gornor and his publicity a' ntir The suggestion of Mr. Ryan was eagerly caught up bv those agents, p'ancv a politico! promoter refusli.c money from anywhere "r anybody, rtut when 1 spoke to Governor wllaon about It he said some uncivil things of Mr. Ryan, expressing a fear that if the knowledge of such a contribu tion got abroad It might do more harm than good -an opinion with whi. h Colonel Harvey promptly con- SHUSTER LIONIZED IT LONDON BANQUET LONDON, .ran. :i W Morgan Shus trr received a remarkable ovation and his del ma f: Prriall Independence were enibuauutlcally oh cored nl banqoel Which the I'ei j.,,, . ommiftee, composed 01 mi niliei s of ihe !kui - of commons and other prominent men, gav In honor of the American ev -uc.-isur. , .. i.;.ii ..f P. rata at th- S.iuk I,. ' I to., 11.:. a repreaeotatlvi companj ol two hun dred, one-thini 01 whom wen American residents, listened lo the young Amer- 1 lean's story ol fvrnlr. tn Penla and tin part the American financial mlaalon Pla-d. Mr. hust'i give a iie;;jited narrative I the wrecking of Peraia'a oonatl tut lonal gOVrrntnent and spoke without restraint. He placed the entire reoponatblUty up on British antagonism to a tdrong. In de pendent Perata and made i pi iln that he thought the British people liad boon decalvod. Me declared That 09 per cent of th disorders charged as a partial ex cuse for Intervention had been Imparled by Russia. Answering Criticisms of h?s eoune In presenting Peraia'a case through the newspapers, he s.id he had asked the PWrataaa "whether they preferred their OOOIItry slam in a dark allev or that the crime alio jld he committed In a public soure TM evoked prolonged cheering- He strongly condemned the last Ruso-British ultimatum. which had forcesl Persia to pledge her: elf t.. sattsfv all the claims that Russia had made 'n the past and might make In the future Sir Thomas Hatrlav, j,rei.i,rni of the Internatlonel 1w association, referred craeefullv to tlie reception lecrn'lv ac corri,i tr. tf imke and Durhes; of Con naught and Prlnresi, Patricia In New I York He paid a warm tribute to fl I Phuster. PhfllB Ixlward forrell. M. P. for Rurn lev. evoked cheers by the statement '. a reaiue with deep and mortifying slianie ihe part played, not Irv this aosjn !tr. hut bv tli government of this coun Do yen know that ftil'v mre But ol i ercrr ten caes of rheumatism are six ' cly rheumatism of the mnse! n e ba cold or damp, or chronic rheumatism, and require no internal treatment what evert Apply Chamberlain's Liniment freely aad see how quickly it rives re lief. For sale by ail dealers. $36.00 LOS ANOELE8 83) fvi. AND RETURN. : ia sit Lake Route February Brd- He 1 torn limit 31 .javj TieVets and informa 1 tion HIP Fo. Ms'n EN ' POETRAITa READY FOR DF.LrVERT All rortraita ordered not later than December 10 are rea.lv !or delivery at Tnbnne Art Studio. 183 ft Main Vali mornincs- BPECTA1 RATES To Provo via Salt Lake Roue. T ckets on sale .Tar. 2fth. Mist, y gt, 2nd and 3rd Rernrn Feb. 4th. '"onentions RortjctKtural, Dairvmans and I'r; eurred and the matter went no fnr-th-. t might have asked Qovemor 'Hcn how he could reconcile his objection t Ryan money which had not vet been offered him. with Ms dem.-.tid for 'amebic pension iuoium . Which had been denied him But, al- ihough growing a little Impatient u.ider his sudden change of demean or 1 did not wish to be dji -agreeable. iVrtaln It Is that Mr Rvan never heard of this matter Neither 1 nor an "ne - so spoke to him 00 the subject. The effort of the Wilson pro moters to revive II and bring it to the front is slmpiv an unprlcipled attempt to dlveri the public attention from the fa.-t that Governor wilaon has heen rattllnu around as a hem beoaose or hla Indignant rejection of Ryan, the truth being thai Ryan was never pressed upon hiin at all. Alleged Abject Letter. His tKntnufCOUa repudiation of lla: vey. which has put sOCh I feather in his cap. was Of a pice with lhl. While Governor Wilson wae receiving popular applause he-ause f his naorl Bee Of a private friendship to public dutv. i.e was groveling at HsTVOyB feet after pardon for the shameless and heartless treatment he admitted having bestowed upon Harvev at the Manhattan cub. if he posec-scx a aparfc Of honorable sensibility, he Will at on e demand and require the pub lication Of the abject letter he wrote to Harvev when he was made to un derstand and realize that he must square the account of Ingratitude or take the consequences. Meanwhile let ine say that while ii.e governor's tardy repentance may placate the forgiving Colonel llai vev while It may even satisfy the iUSceptlble Mr. Bryan refuse longer to follow a man whose nomination would. In my Judgment, be a disas ter and Whose flection e calamity. He who would show himself so dls loyal 'o private friendship .annot he mated to be loyal to anything. Within a single year Governor W!l- eon'a radical c hangs of base hla re ulignments snd readjustments, per sons! it ml political, his offenses to some and apollgles to Others have been exactly Doncurreal with his adfleh alms. There seems no abase ment Into whi h he is unable to de scend with equal facility and grace. Ifay God protect Democracy from BUI 11 a leader and su h leadership. Submits His Case. 1 submit to the Democrats of the I 'tilted States iliHt 1 am not on trial. I am candidate for nothing. There Is no Office within the gift of the go eminent, or the people, Ihe ac- ceptance of which t would so much as consider. My career la behind me. I have pursued it it- the llpht of day. If it docs not plead my cause. I can not plead for m self. In the BUpporl I gave the candi dacy of Governor wllaon, as herein related. I a. ted for the best, accord ing to the lights ahont me In with draw ing that support I must lender soii-e sufTlclen' reason to my party nsoidaies. That is their ntjht and it Is nty right. Why. at my time of life, should 1 seeic 10 do Injustice to eny man. or in any wie t mislead tn pnriv which during forty years of storm ftvd stres;: I have stiivpn so faithfully to serve? The niche vacated by Governor Wil son I shall not undertake to fill 1 hold nothing In reseive. I am back ing no other aspirant, advancing no other Interest. 1 shall er to my winter home In Florida, beyond the reach St sn Of the telegraph, sure that in this matter 1 have done mv dutv alike to public obligation private friendship, and having not a .are beside. FTENRT WATTERSON. Wilson Is Mum. TRENTON. N. 1 . .tan II Governor WOOdfOW Wilson refused tonight to make any statement tn icpK to th one Issued hy Colonel Henrj Wat terrain. The gov ernor said he would tirst rend the matter given out bv Colonel Wnterson corefull before deciding whether to rrake anv le- ply. "At anv rate." he said. "J shall not Is Fue a statement tonight." LEADERS DESIRE TO SIDESTEP INQUIRY W ASllIMlTOX. .Ian. 20.Thc pro posed eongroeeional mv a1 irrai'on of the domination of the Baancia interest of Hie United Mate-, bv g so called "mon ey trust'' lias developed into n live if-sue imong the bouee Democracy, and threaieng to mar ihr narmoniona pyogvegg of the party. Representative Henry oi Texas, chaimtaq of th rules eommittee, to day Introduced resolution to direct g most eweepins LnveeUffation, partic ularly aimed at the New ork stock cv chaooe an-l cdearlng boose association, croups of financiers in Waii street, who am .Ireland to be dominating corpo ration end railroad interests, the na tional hank- and their allege! j.rotno tion ot speculative schemes ;,m' ",p influence pf the "money tuwcr" in ihe election of public officials. -hrTe ia no ot-kersNi pewdar just like nSSlv. if CARMEN If Complexion Powder A If tay on and retains Its delicate a'-ent nntllM I you remove It. Carmen In different It 1 I inaflfll "show powder." it a use la refined and! 1 it lends the soft. rf reahinr. BBlIf SIUIB' ecm- J 1 plrTicn of ioycrjs youth. It benefits the skin I it imU-adof injuruigit that'sbccauseCarmen U is "difTcrent" and pure. rink. Ri7, FltJuxn4Cr!mtifnt If ioiif Druecyt or V' 1 ar' rent islor. II TviUt Si4 60e. "" Carmen Cold Crestm banefiu rough. Irritated skin. Soow-wblta non -sticky, t'-o and $Jc Schramm Johnson. Drugs. 'The - PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP NO TICES. Consult -ountjr clerk or the respect! signers for further information. IN Till". ilSTKirr Ctd'RT IN AND for .clt Lake County. State of Utah. In tiie matter of the estate of Arthur A. Hweet. deceased Notice of aa. of perona; property The undersigned v , Ml at r.rl-. ate sale ; , - -a: - ; ' '- - ipll:t! StOC Of OsS Consolidated 'uel ompeny. a corpora tion orga'dg" i and existing under the laws of 1'tah, or any portion thereof, on or after the second day of Feb ruax. 112. and written bids will be re-cei-i t s the office of the Consolidated Fad eornpenv, roomi 118 -fjo Kesrns but'.dlr.s-, Palt Lake City, l-tah. Terms of a!e. cash y A SWEET. Admlniflfato: Ot the !state of Arthur A. Mweet, deceased. Dated Jan 12, 0U. attTl CHINESE HICING I i ILL DIRECTIONS ' j Armistice Renewed, bul the Re olutionary Arm) Is Dis playing Great Activity. GEN. CHANG DEFEATED Foreign Legations Disapprove of Yuan Shi Kais Method of Negotiations, PBKZN. Jan. Jl. While it Is Officially stated thm the armistice has bean e nen .1. the 1 evolutionist" are displaying aigna or great gotlvlty. The revolution' ary army, whicli is advancing in the dl- rection '..r Buchow Pu In the north of the province of Kiang Sn. the .entral base of Chang linnn. commander of ihe im perial troops, yesterday occupied Ku erten, province of Anhwel, on ihe Pukow llankow railroad. Revolutlonlsta also are reported to have driven hack the Impel inliMs a1 Tongr- ehou Both engagements resulted In heavy casualties and appeals have been made to Tslnan Fu and Tien Tsln for Bted Croiss assistance. So serious are the reports from Muk den, in conaaquence of numerous official murders of revolutionary auapecta ami the terTor-strlcken condition of the Chinese population that the .lapanese legation here rears action win become necessary. The .apiiai and northern China are in .1 1 ondltfon of acute suspense. No one U niile to forecast what will he the out come of the deadlock. Expect Abdication. The people are expecting . the abdica tion of the throne to be declared tomor row, hut discussions between the princes! of the imperial family continue. The meeting beivveen Ihe KfanchUS and Mon golian princes today was a stormy oir . The extensive military pi e. nut lona In ihe vicinity of Pramlci Tuan Shi Kal's residence were resumed this afternoon. Various assayyinatlous which have taken place recently. Including thai of Oeneral Wu Lu Clinng at Shi Chwang In No vember. are now said to have been car ried out under the orders of Prcmlei Tuan Shi Kai. The attempt on Ihe life of General Liang Pi on January 27 In the street! of Pekln I also placed to ihe credit of the adherents of Yuan Shi Kai General i iang PJ is dying;. Tuan 8hl K'nt's methods of conducting lha negotiations between the throne nnd flic republicans are disapproved by ihe foreign legations It Is believed that Vn.in 8hi Sal's poll, v la to accept com promlBCS With Ihe teliejs which are satls faotorj to himself nd to repudiate oth ers which make hla position doubtful. fourth successive Imperial edict issued todaj insists that Yuan Shi Kai accept ihe rnarqulsete offered to him by ihe throne. According to the Chinese, the premier cannot now refuse the title, as such an SCttOn would prove hla disloyalty. ! Chang- Defeated i.onikiN. Jan. 28.- -The Chinese revo lutionists have crUShtngly defeated the imperial force commanded bj General Chatlg I loan at Km Cheng, in Ihe province of Anhwei. no ovdlnt. to a new s h;'ii.-; dispatch received here today from Tien Tsln. K11 Chens la a station on the Tien Tsln-Pulcow csllroedi about 126 miles porth Of Nanking COMING TO AMERICA TO TRY FARM LIFE Special Cable to The Tribune. LONDON, Jan. 28. Another family of Lhe English nobility, following the exam ple of the Marquis of Quceneberry, is going to America to lot ll children Slow up With the country, The Itev. . la Walker, a rector of EVant, in Sussex, with his wife. Lady Emily Walker, daughter of 'he Uarquls of Hertford, end Hie five children, a maid and footman, it Is announced, will sail for America In .lulv. They intend to take forty acres on the shores of Pucet sound, where Mi-. Walker will engage in dairy farming and Lady Emily win raise chickens, in which r-'he lias been Interested for years. 'There arc two reasons for tny going to America." said .Mr. Walker. The first is that under Lloyd -George we are taxed out of existence and I see no future in this country. 1 wish we had h t t long ago " Here ltdv Emily backed up her hns- band: "If you make money." ah Maid, "LLoyd "5eorce run ;way With It" Mr. Walker contlnuod: "it la the chil dren we are thinking of. that Is the ,.ec ond cause of our starting life afresh. In that wonderful COUntrj we shall v.. aide to settle down logetJ,er and my boys wU have it fnir chance of making good In the world." "I sh.lll attend to the poultry." I.irlv r.niiiv said, "and my husband win super intend the d-iiry. and, of BOUrSOi the chll- j dren will he brought up on the farm." The whole vlllnge wanted to o with the Walkers, but did not have money 1 enough. Several others epe, r t c follow ' ate 1 if r.ie rector4! ranture prospers. GREAT BRITAIN CLAIMS ISLAND WASHINGTON, Jan .'1-Rumors lhat Grent B-i...iiri Intended to take possession Of Palmvra l!and 'in rc.-!li-. .-, cir,,,p n( flftj Isletsl. IviPK ahOUt fiCiO miles soutli- STBSl of I law an. and almost in a direct line between Australia and the Panama I cnnnl. rP'ilte.l In the BUbJeCt being a I matter of Inquiry unofficially st the state depart rOCPt today. Offi' lala professed ignorame of anv I Issue being raised as to the ownership j of the Island but admitted the title was M 1? je. Pnlrnv ra ts'ard whs d'sco-eierl in lSr; j by an American ship;p.ster. who pro ! i.-vlmed tt onrt of the kingdom of Hawnii In IfcS? and It wtb annexed by (irent firt!Hn in I'eO The question s,t isme whether the Rritlsh snnexntlon irancollcd the prior Hawaiian title, for, if it did. then Palmyra (aland probably would be held to have been annexed to the I'n'tad ' f-'tate, n 1S9V ELOPING GIRL SAVES LOVER FROM DEATH MOUNTAIN O ROTA Bio., .Ian. 2. After the father of a Miss liclvera had puraijed and shot Clarence Helton, with whom she wa eloping, ami killed hN lorse nea- rr- !o.'sv. I -e u.iugbter called a constable and had the angrv father arrested Kodowlng thr shootlns ; M elvers rode away, believing that his 1 daughter bad fled The girl, however. 1 had stepped Into thicket and e soon aa her father had dlaanpeared he'pe-l Hejtnn onto her horse and rode with hie to be home of the county physician M' lver is iield pending the ...t-orne of Helton w, ( onstipation is he cause of rr.sn silmentt and disordera tba make life miserable. Take Chamberlain 's Storr.aeb aca Liver Tablet, keep voir bowe'i regalsr and von will avoid these dis cases, Tor ale bv all dealers. 1 To Have Complexion That Men Admire " nan mav admit, vritli u'reat .ophi-f.cation. that powder and fOOgS are necesrv ' tsj bcantv. wtit.s the Countess of Weirtek, ''yel deep w his heai' bs dreams of the womw whose loveliness needs no ertificiai touching UP Women who n pprec in " .hi- who L'ive consideration to w masculine viewpoint iyoij usuta anv thing that miplil in.licite their benutv is no! nil their own. Such women in iiicrcesutg BumM, are aeqnirths the mercoUsed waa habit. By applying the wax el nijrnl estnej would cold sTeem, washing it off the morning, ihey secure, and maintain, entirely natural complexions. Then faces cxhibtt no evidenea ol having been 'beautified.' Nothing is added to the old complexion- ihe latter instead, is discarded. Mereoited wax procui gble at anv drug- -ton an ounce will jo absorbs the devitalized outer akin, gradually, almosj imperceptibly. The fresh clear, snlinv nnderskifl wlinh appears, bears .1 healthy, youthful bloom not comparable with the fixed artificial color." TIFT SOUNDS THE CAMPAIGN KEYNOTE (Continued from Pago One. Kinley. let us take new vows in behalf of the grand old party, standing by ihe constitution, standing bj the rlghta ol liberty and prop art 2 of ihe individual. and Willing to faC defeat many times In behalf f the causa of sound constitu tions! government." I're-idonl Tait save a comprehensive review of hla administration. B the at tention hr devoted to ihe tariff he indi cated his wWtnghess to k into the cam paign on thai issue alone. Mislake of Democrats. "Our Democratic friends are mlslah sh," sni.i the president. "Ths slectfon of 1910 was not s declaration In favor of a tariff for revenue or free trade. This is shown by ihe 1 a 1 1 thai the- Demo cratic vote was less rather limn greater than It had been i" the presidential elec tion. The defect of the Republican parts came not from an Imtca.-e in Iicmocral k votes, but from a defection Of Repub lican votes, 1. e . of lis ow n members woo staved at home and refused to stand by lhe party In what thev regarded a B failure to redeem its pledges." Aside iron) the benefits which the presi dent said were to be found in the cre ation of a tarlrr hoani by the Payne law there were many othcis that grew" out of thai law to which the Republican party could claim credit. Among these he named the COUPl of customs- appeals with authorisation 10 construe the tariff acts; ihe maximum and minimum clause Of the law Which enables this country to prevent discrimination against Amer ican trade: and the corporation tax, which is bringing manv millions of reve nue to the government, The Interstate commerce ad. snld Ifr TaTt. has been strengthen..! since he has heeu In ths White house, so thai "life anil effect" have been ;in to orders of the Interstate commerce c mission, with the rebull thai railroads csuonoi minlmlsa or Ignore, them. Defends New Court. A commerce court, he said, as created lo relieve Ihe COUTtS in railroad cases. observe now.- he added, "that some of the decisions of the commerce court have been made a hHds for a demand for Its abolition. It seems to ine this would be the most foohsh f-tep possible. The supreme court, he pointed out, will soon render decisions, showing Ihe exacl jurisdiction Of the commerce OOUrt. Mr. Tafi said that congress In lf1-H enacted a safety appliance law; an -m-ployers' liability law thai stood lhe teei In lhe supreme court; created the postal savings bank, and has taken a forward step toward conservation. The national monetary commission has reported a plan to Improve the currency --stein, a plan which, the president aald, would Steep the control of the nation's tinati' e; from lhe Influence ol Wall Street and Washington. An Investigation of the proposal of a parcels post has be-en m&dc and ihe p..siai commission soon will send to COnSTeas it- findings as to the n'-ed of any increase In sepond -class postage. So far a foreign policy Is concerned, Mr. Taft said, a mool satisfactory treaty with Japan, that settles a vexatlOUl and Unpleasant "quest Ion. has been negotiated and ratified' and treaties wit I Nicnrazua and Honduras that would put those j 1 1 -tries ".n their feet.' and arbitration tiealies villi Great Britain and BYsnce arc before t'ie senate. Brnusaard wins Toga. NKW ORLEANS. Ian. 29. The elec tion of Representative Robert P Broti sard United States senator to succeed Bens tor John n Thornton was assured this afternoon b the withdrawal from . .second Democratic primary' of lhe candi dacy c.f hired V. Sanders. The Demo i rertc nomination la equivalent to ah election. WHY HESITATE? An OfTer That Involves no Money Risk If You Accept It. We Pr o positive cur remedy will rompletel' rpjve constipation. r.' matter how chtOpic 11 mav be, th.Tt offer to furnish ii free of all cost if ill f.n Is. Constipation is t ommonly rjSQIOd bj weaknoss of the nerves end muscles of the larce intestines, To expect B cure you '" therefore tone up nni Strengthen fhoe "rn :.e. restore them to healthier- nctjvt We wan; rou to trj Ketali Orderlies on our guarantee. Tnej are ea'on iik csndv-. sn-1 sr.. particularly eoo.l for Children. Thev seem to act djreetl) on the ner e and muscle of the bow I els. Thev npparentlv hnv, a neutral action on the other organs. The. do not purge or cause other Inconvenience, We: will refund vonr mnnev if thev do not overcome chronic .r habitual con stipation and thus aii't to relieve the myriadl Of gseociate or dependent ohronie gilmente. 1 r Hexaii 'r.!eriies at our risk Three si.es. LOe, B5s end , 50c. hol-1 ..nlv at cur stores -The iJex I all Stores. Drueh i Franken. J71 So I Main ; Smith Drug o. Jlo So. Main. SOLID CAKE -NO WASTE SAPOLIO Cleans when others fad and requires less effort I anssasassas UaDIRT CAN RESIST IT Nffl ATTACKED HY HOUSE DEMOCRATS Caucus Decides Nol to Make Appropriation for Battle ships al rhis Sessii m. ECONOMY THE EXCUSE public Buildings Will Also Have tn Wait; Ill-Feeling at the Meeting j WASHINGTONi Jan !0. There wlll bs no appropriations for battleships " Po II, iiu, lines at this session of ti-.is the dd Islon ol t if I e Of the house after a spirited caucus lo- "IllmlnatJon of a battleship Wrtpj Llop was Burprlss. the caucus haxlng been called for the purpose of consiaer- , In- a $1 .000 public hull. Unas bill i rocommended by the eommittee on public, buildings ami grounds ... Repreaentatlve Bumetl ol fbams however, offered an amendmeni to 1 ne resolution to dispense with the publlt buildings bill and thai no battleship ftp- j propria tion I"' repotted to th- lic.uh' RepresenUtlve Hobson 01 Alabamn beaded s bitter attack on the emend- J ment, but ll was passed, ! lo fiv. Allegrecl Savings. The savlnsj resulting from this at Lion of ihe caucus la estlmal d by the Djo , ratlc leaders lo aggregate about fortj million dollars. 124. rq fOT two modern battlcsldpS and 16, 1.000 for public buildings, ' . In ihe . HJ-e of puhll.- b.ill.ll'.us. b 'W -evr r tliere mav DC some a ppi opt lath m for smargenoy. , . I ,,,of rte, in,, caucus 11 was declared tnai ii,;. outtlng off of the battleship appro ,riation was forct b3 members who were piqued bj then defeat --n n.c buildings appropriation .. ftepn sentatlve Hobson nnd others an nounccd that a peUUon for a special cau cus on the battleship appropriation won -De clrculati d al on e and that it would contain an appeal to rest Ind tonlghl s action. Reason for Paring'. Representative pttsgerald or New yorh, chiitrm-tn of th- appropriations commit lee Introduced a resolution tllSI tllS BUW or governroenl finances did nol now jus tifv a public buildings bill. The lUcus was bv no means limn ions, manv members ot ihe country dis tricts pleading the necessity pf such bill u, safeguard tht welfare of the part in Lhe approaching campaign. Majority Leader underwood rontroverted the ar gument of the public buildings lampions lie warned them that to saddle the treas ury with a $10,000,000 charge this ses sion WOUld be loo apparent an effort to court favor without, ulnrerltj BpeaKOl' Clark was of the sunic- mind. General Strike In Lisbon. MSBON, Jan. '.'!. - The general strike Inaugurated todaj in sympathy wltli itrlkera In outlying districts Is effective tonight, bui owing to strong mllltar) patrols which are gruardlng tne streets lull,- violence was display .1 . How to Keep Hair Soft and Beautiful (.lane Tyrol, on Beauty.) '''loo much moisture naps the life nf s.alp tissues and Salt roots, causing an excessively oily condition or a dry, hnrsli. (i:inlruf1 laden Scalp and dull, stringy,' brittle, falling bair. 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