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iluiii DESERET EVENING r NErs MONDAY JANUARY 24 1910
I
TAfT WINNING
fiji 1 MANY SUPPORTERS
Shows Much Skill in Avoiding
Clashes With Either Wing
I Of Republican Party
NOT SURE OF INSURGENTS
i
1 emoIts lhlllk Ibis orTIiig hard
i To 11nl Thcm Olll of iiiy
Chance of cxt IInusc
ii
iiiJ shlnston Jan 3Actlvlt
11 such as seldom hos been lspcl1 by
I commltteQs Ijo eaTly in the fst regular
cMlon or n Coagres1S now In cI
il lenco In both wlnli or the Capitol
three
Although there arc praetleall
Republicans Insurgent
rartlen regular
surgent Republicans and Democrats
II there are sIgns on every hand that
It President Taft Is daily gaining sup
f 1 porters for his leslslatlvc prorllm
The shill shown by tho president In
avoiding clash wIth elthel Republl
i ii can action and the knack ho has ex
conlFclllng the aid of both
hlbltcd In
i for the redemption or
JII his fight
IF party pledges has noticeably Im
pressed the Del110eratls majority
In the house there are inIicntions
ltru na
that threatened l fusion of DemocrUts
ro and insurgent Jtepubllcnns on soY
ill
J I i foarod by the majority
AS DEMOCRATS SEE IT
Taft Is trying to beat tho Demo
I 11 crats out ot any prosPect of controlling
1 11roml
the next houso remarked a
I nent DemocratiC leader of the 8enato
csterda Ie Il were not for the way
I he Is Imockln po1uhllcnn heads to
t sether and making them tall Into IIno
1
tor advanced lslntlonDemocratic
would
leslslatlon If you plcascWO
this
got you fellows sur predicted
addressing the He
mInority leallcr
I puhllcai1s present
The senator was tI1t1n to men
who had just agreed upon the prlncl
310 or n plcce ot western legislation
that admittedlY few or them favor
cd The Incident furnished a good
J Illustration ot the present consres
IIhmal situation
8ub
J Committees are now conslderln
i JeClK usually postponed until after tho
appropriation bills arc lla < Soll by tho
houe The senate committees under I
lre55Ure from the White house hI1VO
laid plans to take 1111 the adminlstra
f tlon measures while the house has
supply hills under consideration In
dictions are that by the
time the house calendar has
hoen cleared ot budget blll
the senate will hero readY for the at
tention ot that body n number ot
the most Important Taft bills
LITTLE WARKING GIVEN
Senate leaders who have gone to
the White house have been told that
It 18 not necessary to walt for action
bY the house on matters eslgnell to
carry out Republican jsledge Those
Inclined to stay tay from the White
House have been sent for or tho
warning has been delivered to them
by their colleagues I
Not content with such notice Mr
I Taft has talon the further precau
tion at setting service by pUblica
tion In other words he has made
the newspapers his confidantes and
perhaps incidentally his Bupporters
on most of the advanced legislation
proposed by him
It Is regarded probable that the
presidents railroad bill will he enact
ed at the present session regardie
I at the tact that bills on the 8amo
I subject find somewhat OPl1osell to
the Tart bill have been Introduced In i
I tIme senate by Mr CUmmins and In the I
house by Mr Mann of Illinois
There may be some Democratic op
position to certain features of the ad
ministration bill Mr Tillman Is study
lag It and has reached the conclusion
that the proposition to allow railroads
under certain conditions to make
joInt rate amounts to pooling The
Republicans say he Is mistaken and
an Interesting session or the senate Is
Predicted for FrIday Railroad bills
will be lulccn up by tho house com
mittee 011 Thursday
The presillentll tederal Incorpora
tion bm hi expected to have the hard
cst sle1lIng or any measuro III his
progra 4 lanll bills and consenatlon
measllres will receive careful atten
tion at the present 8slon regard
less at the BnlllngerPlnehot investi
gation
The urgent del1c1cnc bill Is befolO
the house and probably will be paced
j within two days The agricultural
lIlli carrying approximately 17
000000 and the Indian bill are ready
for attention and other supply bills
arc well under way
In the znato the fortifications Idil
will boo reported tomorrow and the
t
HOW I MADE
MY HAIR GROW
ol1lnn with JJurelou6y HeuuUrul
Hull Gives Simplo Homo Prcscrlp
lion 1iibia Silo Uscli with lost
nCllculmblo Hcsults
I was greatly troubled with dan
dlufC 1111 talllnS hair I tried many
advertlscll hall preparatIons and n
rlous prescriptions but they all sig
nally tailed many ot them made my
hair greasy so It was IIUPosslblo to
comb It ai do It up properly I think
that man ot the things I tried wero
positively injurious and from my own
experience I can not too strongly cau
tron you agaInst using preparations
conllnlng wood alcohol and other
poisonous 8ubsllllce I believe they I
injure the roots of the hair After
my long list or failures I finally found
a simple prescription which I used
with most remarkable results and I I
call unhesitatimigly state hat It Is be
yond doubt the most wonderful thing
for the hall 1 hno ever Been Man
or my friends have also used It and
obtained wonderful effects therefrom
It not only Is a powerful stlmulanl
to the growth of the hall and for re
storing grey hair to Its nalural color
but It Is equally good for removing
dandruff giving the hair life and bril
liancy etc and tor the purpose oJ
keeping the scalp In IIrstclmls con
diLlon It also makes tho hair mucl
easier to comb and arrange In nlco
form I hne n friend who used It
two months and dtiring that time It
not only stopped the failing of his
hall and wonderfully increased Its
growth but It practIcally restored nil
his grey hall to Its natural color You
can obtain time Ingredients for mak
Ing this wonderful preparation from
almost any druggIst The prescrip
tion Is as follows
flay rum 6 ozs Menthol crystals
onehaIr Ilrachm LwonlL de Com
posce 2 oza ToIalon perfume I to
2 teaspoonfuls
Apply night and morning rub thor
oughly Into the scalp
Go to your druggist and asic for
an eight ounco bottle eontlllnlnl six
ounces ot bay rum also onehalt
drachm ot Menlhol crystals and for
a twoounco bottle ot Lavona Ilc Com
p08ee Mix the InSTelllents yourself
In your own home Add the Menthol
crystals to the bay rum and then pour
Lona de Composse and add time
To Kulon Ierfume Let Is stand for
onohalt hour and It Is ready for use
army bill Is In committee The Mann
canal bill IflsSed by the house will
ho reported on Ionllnanll the
Alaskan legislative council bill also
will gO on the senate calendar II
The Arizona and New Mexico state
hood bill can bo brolight out or com
mltteo whenever time senate Js ready
to receive It
Postal savIngs bank bills are expect
ed to be taken up In thoseDate com
mittee on Wednesday and It Is prob
able that II favorable report will be
made wIthin a week
OAUGRTrn TIlE RAIN
Then a cold and 3 couhIot It run 011
get pneumonia or consumption that
nil No matter how you get your cough
dont neglect Ittalo BlIarls Here
hound Syrup and youll be over It In
no time The suro cure fcr coughs
colds bronchitis and all pulmnary die
enseo In young and old Sold by Z C
Ii L Drug Dept 512 md 114 Suth Main
Street Sail Lak City
REMOVAL
Dr E1O Taylor wIshes to announce
he rill hereafter receive his patients
at rooms 510511 Templeton Dlllg
Alexander OpieaI Co 218 MaIn
EMPEROR WILLIAM HONORS
BENJAMIN IDE WHEELER
Berlin Jan 23Emperor WIllInm
has paid a high compliment to Pres
Illent Benjamin Ille heoler or the
University or California whom he
had It a family gathering 3 night or
two ago
fhe part inclUded the empress the
crown prInce and one or two other
prInces Pro heeler sJlent soveral
hours In their company It was a typ
Ical Gorman domestic scene the om
press doing necllle work when taking
part In the tall and the emperor passed
cd around time sandwiches Md other
light IiUl > per dishes
HUMAN CHAIN SAVES
THREE FROM DROWNING
Milwaukee Wls Jan 21Threo for
sons were saved from death In the
l1lnultce river Sunday by a human
chain In each case through the et
torts or Robert F NollO Jr son or a
physician ot thIs city Ho was allied
b y several companions Those rescued I
were
Louis WeIss aged 14 John W Kuhn
aged 38 and Irena Kuhn his 13ear
old daughter
The rescue took place In almost the
same spot WeIsS wa skating when he
went through the Ice and was reseuCil
allll Kuhn and hili daughter were cross
Inl the river on the Ice when they
IIroke through
14flTERSFfflEND1
I fi A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE
I iii No wonianwhobearsehildren need suffer during the period
1qi Df w ttng not at tho time or babyn coming Mothers
p4 Fricndis used a8a massago for the muscles tendons and clands S I
I Ii Dt the body Mothers Friend 15 a penetrating healthful linI
VI ment which ctrcngthens the ligament lubricates and renders pUant those
I muscles on which the strain Is greatest prevents cakiug ot the breasts by keep
ing the ducts open and relieves nausea backacho numbness nervousness etc
I Uil Its regular use will prepare ovcry portion of the system for the safety of both
9 1I mother and child and greatly reduce the pain and danger when tho little on
comes Mothers Friend Is sold at drug stores Writo for our free book whic
contains valuable information for expectant mothers
li 4l THE BRADFIEln Cap TLIHJTAp ED i
INDIGESTION HEARTBURN GAS
AND STOMACH HEADACHE GO
I IItJ Your outoforder Stomach feels
fine five minutes after tak
INt ing a little Diapepsin I
I There would not bo a case or In l
lMl on sere it renders who arc sub
I ject to Stomach troublo know the
I tremendous antiterment and Illes
tho virtue contained III Dlapepsln
Thin harmless preparation will dIgest
a heavy meal wIthout the iightcst
fuss or discomfort and relieve the
sourest ILclll stomach In Oe minutes
besides oercomlng nil foul Nauseous
odors from the breath
I Ask your pharmacist to show you
the formula plainly prInted on each
50cent case of Papas Dlapepsln then
you will readily understand why this
promptly cures Indigestion and re
moves such symptoms ns Heartburn
Do teeUng like il lump ofIead in the
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stomach Belching or Gas and Eructa
tions ot unlligested food water brash
Nausea Headache Biliousness and
ttny other bad symptoms and bo
sIdes you will not need laxatives to
iceep your stomach liver and Intes
tines clean and fresh
IC your stomach Is sour and full ot
gas 01 your food doeIIt digest and
your meals Ilont scent to Ill Why not
get n 50cellt case from your druggist
and multo life wIJrth living Absolute
relief from Stomach misery and per
feet digestion at anything you cat Is
sure to follow live minutes after and
besides ono ease 18 8ull1clcnt to cure
a whole family ot such trouble
Surely u harmless Inoxlonsle
propallltlon hike Dlapepsln which will
alwtltI either at daytime or during
night relieve your stomach misery and
digest your meals Is about as handy
and valuable a thing as you could
have In the house
e
bO oili
ENGLISH PARTIES
PREDICAMENT
Commons Membership So Evenly
Divided That it Results
Practicallyili a Tie
NEITHER WANTS OFFICE
Uohl alnncc
Sill
Jii4i NationalistS
autO Their JcllllclS
or Power
See Trouble AheAd
London JAn 23Noer In the rceol
have the
politician
lectlon of the oldest
British parties been In such a perplex i
So
today
arc
lag position as they
evenly divided will be the membership
and so
commons
of the next house ot
vote that the rc
close III the popular
suit ot the elections for all practical
purposes may be considered 0 tie
divine which ot
10 hUIIIAn mind can
hud
tho electors
the questions before
the most InOuence nt tho polls or
whether the results moan that the peo
to
arc loyal
Ille demand tariff reOm1
the lords anxIous to rEject Chancellor
budget or whether all
loydGeorgos
effect Un
threo or thcse hall an equal
neither party
circumstance
der these
responsibility ot attempt
wants the
and since a dlvlllon
to legislate
lag
bet
must be clone tho Unionists are
teI satisfied to be In opposition than
to have won by a small majority
5r Balfours speeches show plainly
Mr
that with existing conditions he Is
glad not to have control ot the gov
ernment Premier Asquith would be
equally pleased to escape the perils or
piloting the part thlOlIgh the troubled
waters There are precedents for him
to ask tho king to summon another
leader to form the cabInet but no one
expects him to haul down his flag All
prophets predict that the nOW cabinet
will Hnll ItGetr In the minority within
the year and that the countrY will
plunge Into another general election
The remarkable figures recorded nt I
this stage ot the balloting foreshadow
clearly how nearlY equal both the
popular vote and the membership ot
the house or commons will 00 dlvldel1
between the two great factions The
popular veto stands
Unionists 2565627 Liberals 2324315
Laborites 315115 This gIves the Unlt
01 JlbernlLobor party a majority at
13803 In n total vote or 5285157
COMMONS A rIE
Today the membership of the house
ot commons Is a tic the Unionists and
the combined Liberal and Labor party
each having elected 218 representatIves
Ono hundred and sixtyseven seats
remain to bo filled of which 102 are
English In the last parliament these
were
UnionIsts 36 LIberals 115 National
Ists 16 Should the present trend at
voting continuo neither the Unionists
nor theLiberaIs canmuster a major
tyotiThorethandozon and the IrIsh
Nationalists wIth 53 votes will be mas
ters or the situation
lhcpeers and the Irish will be the
dominating forces or the next parlia
ment Premier ASIJllith has two bat
tles to tightto reform the lords and
to pass the budget which failed and
tho budget for the coming year The
prospect 15 that both the peers and the
Nntlonnllltg will vote for the budgets
The house at lords can be reformed
only by a bill which tho lords must
swallow They may deny that the
country has given a mandate for this
The Unionists Insist that the elections
have not proved that the country de
sires n change In the historic status of
Limo upper house They argue that a
bare majority Is not enough
The position at the Nationalists Is
unique With thom all questions are
subservient to homerul rarlfr re
tormers claim that the Irish are all
protectionists Ie they could vote that
Issue without complications Nation
alists In tIme lest pnrlloq10nt declared
against the budget principally becuase
thoy were opposed to increased whisk
taxes but they woulll probably help It
throush the next house as a measure
or political strategy
Homerule Is not likely to get far
next session according to wellversed
politicians because the reform ot the
house at lords which the prime min
Ister has wrItten at the head at his
program promises 0 srC3t struggle
Jo1n Redmond leader ot tIme NatIonal I
sic will be almost as Important as the
premier because Mr Asquith can 110
nothlns without him
Time ConservatIves believe the older
wIng ot the Liberal part represented
b 3 Premier Ahclulth War Seey hal
lane Md Foreign Secy Sir Edward
Gre now repent having permItted
adicais like Dold LloydGeorge and
hlston Specmter Churchill to commit
the part to a budget that Is so tar
on the road to what their opponents
term Socialism Liberals claim that
their enemies are trembling In their
boots lest they had the government on
their hands with the necessity ot lal3
Ing revenues for oldage pensions and
a larger navy and al the same time
attemptlni to adopt protection
SURPRISE OEoTHE CAMPAIGN
The surprise or the campaign hall
been that the manufacturing cantors
with a few exceptions hnvo gone for
free trade while the squircarchies
shifted to the protection party Time
Conservatives are convinced that this
campaign Is the first milestone In a
bItter slrugglo In which history will
repeat Itself and In which their party
will return to power by gradual steps
as It has In tho past whenever dls
aslrously oerthlowna struggle that
will IIrmly establish Imperlnlllm and
protection
That the struggle Is bitter even now
thole Is no question Time onetime
chivalrous atmosphere or British poli
tics has been wondertull changed So
much personal feeling and so many
charges ot lying and Intimidation have
been unknown since the reform bill
days
Liberals make wholesale charges that
factory workers farm laborers and ten
ants have been dismissed and threaten
oil with eviction for Jupportlnl their
party
Picturesque features of the campaign
have been furnltlhed by carL going
about the streets loaded with dump
cd foreign goods Posters by the best
cartoonists on the walls caricature the
lord and picture the misery caused
by fret trade to tIme poor man
Ono element counted upon to furnish
sblce tailed to como up to expecta
tions The suflragettes generally have
been quiet Mrs Pnnkhurst explains
that the suffragettes know when to
demonstrate and when to keep quiet It
Is members of the cabinet they want
to reach TJIOY can reich the voters
and they expect to ole at the next
electIon she mlll
HUSH NATIONALISTS
1I0IJ1 > BAIJ4lNCE OF rOWER
Dublin Jan 23The situation erent
cd by the British elections Is one ot no
little Illlllcull for Nationalist leaders
On the ono hand they probably hwo
It In thor posrer to Tako or J1I111ako
any goverrunent dependent uvon the
f
I
to
I
Coffee
The kInd that makes the break
fastreal Coffee through and
tbrougbalways the same
Your grocer will grInd it
better it ground at homeDot
too fine
I 3
I I
new house ot commons for existence
on the other their experience In the
home rule parliament ot 1892 convinces
them that measures In the direction
ot a national seltgovernment for Ire
land must have tho support or nn
ndefluate I3rHlsh majority If they are
to b0 carried ucce8stully Hence John
Redmond leader or the Nationalists
hUb expressed the wish that thl Lib
erals may have an Inllepondent ma
jorltto overcome time house of lords
5Oo and such a majority Is regarded
her as essential
Another source of illOlcnlt Is the po
sition or limo Irish Jlorty In relation
to the budget Although Ireland on
the whole hM benefited financially
by ineaairos or the recent Liberal
government here are features or the
bllllget to which Irish opinion takes
strong exception Yet to Insist upon
the amendment ot tJ1CSp proposals It
Is Ialll woulll bo justifying the refer
endum challenged by tho peers while
to accept the budget unamenlled might
cIxpoito the Irish part to Ilttack trpm
those wishing to create trouble for
the part In Ireland
ConllltloM therefore seem to can
for grC3t tact on the part ot the Irish
leaders A solution may be found In
the removal ot provisions objectionable
to time Irish from time coming ears
budget arid the concentration or an
the popular parties on the veto que
tlonWhen
When that question Is settled tho
Irish question Nationalist leaders its
sert must assunmo nn Immedlnte Im
portance and the party then will bo
In 11 position to Insist that It shan
be dealt with 011 tho large and liberal
principles at Glarllltone
EZRA KENDALL COMEDIAN DEAD
Cleveland 0 Jan BEzra ICon
dall comedian dIed or apoplexy today
in n sanitarIum fit Martlnsvllle Sad Tho
first newil or his death received hy
trllnl18 outside the Immediate family
wits when the body was brought to
ClevlJland tonight Mr Kendall closed
his season In The VInegar Iluycr at
M
I SCmttlo three WCek oeg because Of Ill
health It completed his twentynlnlh
I season on tIme stake For yearn ho was
n monoFollst of renown Ho Is stir
ved by IL widow And six children
EVERY QTTIER
Is or should ho worried when tho little
ones hao me cough or cold It may
Iced to croup or pleurisy cr pneumonia
then to something more serious lIal
iI row Dt
rrg lngy
lards Horchound Syrup will cure the
trouble It once ant prevent any compll
entlon Sold by Z C M I Drug Dept
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Pain In the back frequent or high
Iycolored urination cnldlnlr urine
I rheumatic pains In the joints pull
ness under the eyes dimmed vision
dizziness are signs ot kidney trouble
and should be given prompt attention
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BrlJhts disease chronic rheumatism
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The finest line of genuine
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the state See what you
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Mantels complete from
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The patent radiant
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