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DESERET EVENING NEWS WEDNESDAY APRIL 27 1910 =
llROAO BILL
GREAT FEATURE
In House and Senate Administra
tion Measure Was the Main
Topic of Discussion
MANY AMENDMENTS ADOPTED
lotIon to Strike Out Kntlro Court of
Commerce Provision Wns Lost
By n Tic Vote
aM I n < < ton April HTbfl railroad
Mil ww the one coMptauotM feature 1M
both the senate and the house
fgft
toy Tn the house the ln urg < ntB
jotninit the Democrats praetloallr took
doers of the menmire They miooeed
ed in having adopted numerous amend
ment one of which would remove
from the president to the supreme court
of the VnltnJ Staten tho authority for
orpnlMtion of the court of oonmwn e
TIle entire day WBJI devoted to dls
rUlliNr and voting on the commerce
court prnvteton A motion by Mr Hub
IJUI nf Iowa to etrlkn out the entire
nnm r e court pravWon warn defeated
by a lie vote
IIE > ATOR CLAPP DEFIANT
In the senate Mr Ctepp of Mlnne
wu hurled defiance at the admlnlctra
tmn and r Tutor party lnad ra In Con
grvs rr the nuppoaed effort to read
° innuiBfnt Benalora out of the party
XT Hupp Intimated tho people were
not rollovtng the leader who he Bald
mr nicroly reading tliemaetven out of
the party by the course they were
di > rilng He took eepedal exoeptlon
to the rexnt speech of AttyO
Wlrl eham
SeIlOiIr Hughes denounced the mil
rout bill as a whole and Mr Heyburn
undfrtixvk to combat the contention
that the CrawfordBlklns provktion
nullified the harman antitrust law eo
mi a it affects thn rollroadi
Vain on the amondmentfl to the
niilrul bill begun In the house hue
oche It tame evident imutiually
nil the in urenUi were voting with
th > lvnn > crabs
The amendment of Reprevmtatlve
rn > prr or Wisconsin to strencthen the
pnoisrcn that the oommaroe court
thoull mr have Jurisdiction l < < X eillnK
that i > f the circuit courts was adopted
13S to w Thrn by a vote of IIS to
rah DM amendment of Repmmitatlve
Unit of WlwonMn tor the deiitna
tim fir th > judges of the commerce
tnirt by the suprenwi court of the tlnl
cft MIII inntetul of by the chief Jus
L i the Huprf > m court was adopted
Mr liroot offered another amend
n it irmUlim the rommoiien court
thiuii b orKanlied In the flrst In
MII t the BuprtMiie court Instead
> i president ac rmominended by
i 1 i til mniiTit comirilmtlun In
port oil in the lions Thli
a i uriifi IK to in ih <
AFTER
SUFFERING
ONE YEAR
Cured by Lydia E Pink
hamsVegetable Compound
Milwaukee WIs Lydia E Pink
hams Vegetable Compound has made
I mo a well woman
tlt i and I would like to
f l G fI tell thewholo world
fiji of it I Buffered
i17 fromfomale trouble
and fearful pain ln
i r r my back I bad tho
J best doctors and
I they all decided
that I bad a tumor
wr in addition to ray
i female trouble and
r
advised an opera
Lion Lydia K
Iloljha ti Vegetable Compound made
me a well woman and I have no more
backache 1 hope I can help others by
telling them what Lydia Bukharas
Vegetable Compound has done for
rneMns KSUIAIUSE iOSFintSt
Milwaukee AVis
Tho abovo is only ono of the thou
sands of grateful letters which are
constantly being received bv the
Pinkham Medicino Company of Lynn
Mass which prove beyond a doubt that
Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com
pound made from roots and herb
actually does cure these obstinate dis
eases of women after all other means
have failed and that every such suf
orine woman owes it to herself to at
least Rive Lydia E 1M ok hums Vegeta
ble Compound a trial before submit
ting to an operation or giving up
hope of recovery
Mrs IMnUliain of Lynn rnss
invites nil sick women to write
her for ndricc She has guided
thousand to health and her
ndriou Is free
Insurgents voting almost solidly to
take this power from the president
The hnune acting on In committee of
the whole no record vote waa taken
the voting being viva voce by division
and by tellers
Upon the mutton of Mr Hubbard of
Iowa to strike out the entire ptuKgruph
relating to a comnioroe court Mr Ren
net of New Y > rk In the chair an
nounced the vote ws in to 1M and then
announced hllo own vote In the negative
which defeated the motion Mr Klti
gerald of New York protested that the
chair had no right to vote In such a
case but this point of order wn quick
ly ovemihnl
A demand for a vole of teltara was
made While this vote WAH being
taken Speaker Cannon cain Into the
house from bin rlvntn room to vote
with the party organhtntton The vote
by teller was 140 to 1M Mr Rennet
ainiin voting In the noaratlve This tie
vote < l < ritt l Ih motion to strike out
the prcl Nion
sriMit ITIK > IT A IoiiAH
Tli ob if of th > nltn e AII ac
MOTHERS FRIEND M e1
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No woman who boars children need suffer during tho period
of waiting nor at the time of babys coming If Mothers f1
Friend is used as a manage for the muscled tendons and glands
of the body Mothers Friend Is a penetrating healthful lini
ment which strengthens the ligament lubricates and renders pliant thoso
caking of the breasts by keep
mocha on which the strain is greatest prevents
ing the ducts open and relieves nauncn backache numbness nervousness etc
Its regular use will prepare every portion of the system for the safety of both
mother and child and greatly reduco the pain and danger when tho little ono
comM Mothers Friend Is sold at drug stores Wrlto for our free book which
coctaini valuable Information for expectant mothers
THE BRADFIELD CO ATLANTA GA
r
The 24Hour NewYorker
from St Louis to New York doesnt run at
uncomfortable speed
It goes over the shortest route
Sleeping cars compartment observation car
librarysmoking car and dining carall elec
trically lighted and ventilated Ladies maid
manicure stenographer barber who
will also press clothes if you wish and other
conveniences
Runs east of Pittsburgh by daylight through
beautiful Allegheny Mountains beside pic
turesque rivers Leaves St Louis 600 pm
daily
A delightful traina delightful trip
Other New York trains leave StLouIi 841 am 1245 pm 102
pm 815 pm and 1145 pm every day
Full information tree at
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tamps for fOIlarl and racklnc Try thl umlll t In buy a Ij I ie bottle from
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I oompllshetl only after the gmateat ar
tlvlty on the part of the inajurtty to
summon regular It put > lcanai Anutn
spectacular feature of tills vote wan the
hurried entrance of the speaker without
A collar Ite had been called unexp
edly when there was not a moment te
lone One Democrat Mr ItunMll of Texa
voteit with the regular Republicans on
every motion The iMDrgemta
varied In their voting At time a
many AK H volt with the Democrat
while on other motions their number
were reduced to about a don
The a nieiul men t of Mr Ion of
Arkansas to reduce the number of
Judge on the commerce court from ftve
to three and that of Mr Wagner of
mnulvllnJa to Inernass their term
of service on the court from five to
10 year were defeated
Another amandment by Mr Lenroo
of Wisconsin Insuring the right to II
peal to the supreme court of the ITnl
led States In special wa defeat
ed 111 to lit
Heprocentatlve Niwrtu Sheppard of
Texas aupiMMlni the Important amend
ment had been dlnpu d of went to the
house barber shop but no sooner bad
his head reeled on the rhalr hi col
lar being removed when a meamruce
ruche In The Texas member hurried
back to vote With t w lwrappei
neck he quickly mAde hia way tn lhe
floor arriving In time to paaa betweei
tbe teller
Mr Madison of KanMs an Inaur
pent offared an amendment reduclni
from M to seven lava the period dur
ing which an order of the Intentati
commission might be suspended by thi
commerce court pending application
to the court for its Injiinrtlon In certali
cum The Insurgents very gee
erally voted for the amendment which
was earrle1 111 to 114
The commerce court provision hat
not been disposed of when Mr Man
of Ililnol In charge nf the Ml move
to lay the measure aalil for the day
When the railroad bill In finally re
ported from the committee of the whoa
to thntioure any or all of the amend
merits adopted today may attain tx
voted upon and a roll call on any von
may be demanded
nOO8BV10tT NO DICTATOR
During the debate In the senate 01
the railroad bill Senator riapp refer
ring to what he characterized al Mr
Crawford frantic appeal to the
Roosevelt policies In support of hli
amendment declared Jlr Hooceveli
never had attempted to dictate to lili
party Next to Lincoln no man ha1
ever no Accurately Interpreted the pub
lIc will nor hail been M > far from at
tempting any dictation as had Mr
Roosevelt he said
Hnldlnn At arms length a copy or
the railroad bill Jlr Plapp declared
that Mr Roosevelt never had sent tc
Congress a document like that wltl
orders to put It through
The evil time had come after Mr
Ttooeeveltn retirement and when a
few men In ConlllrtP had undertaker
to trample on the rights of the people
and to arrogate to themselves the right
to iwy whet should 1m done he de
clared No harmony could be expect
ed from such dictation
The Republican party never had re
sided In the White House nor In the
Capitol but was found In the country
nt Jorge
Mr flapp said he believed the Ameri
can people were tUI reluctant to give
iK1 the piibllcan party and tltougril
If Confrere would rr acceptable rail
mad and savings hank bills and give
the public a tariff commlmilon the
party still might be saved
A SWKBPIMO ATTACK
Senator Muglics made a sweeping at
tack on the railroad bill
It Is not stateamanathlp he said
to urge through gruttt measures like
this without argument or 3iM natloii
The people have H right tea MR great
er conBldenvtlon when their Inlet esu
are so materially njjccted
Mr Hughes crlUdaod the provisions
creating a cowl of commerce be
cause such a court wall not neces
sary He contended AS far as trans I
Iiortatlon was concerned the bill re
pealed the antltrunt law lie thought
the bill especially objectionable us It
delegated legislative authority to the
interstate commence oommlselun Argu
ing that under the operation of the
proposed law the smaller roads would
have no chance he declared rallnful
construction except by largo systems
Mould be out of the question Ho said
It would be especially hurtful In th > >
drveloptnent of the great vuxt In
his testimony he said the Htt rno
general had explained how the proposed
law would be evaded Declaring It
would not Apply to Intentatn roads
the attorneygeneral according to Mr
Hughes had said In the case of road
crossing a state line different 1011 s
of stock could be put out for nun
state
I naked him why go to all Hint
trouble said Mr Hughes but I am
ntlll WRIting for the reply
Referring to the many constructions
placed upon section IS relating to ten
cnn tructhm of railroad Hms Mr
Hughes sakl there should bo a com
nleslan tq determine Its meaning He
contended the testimony of Mr Harrl
man before the Interstate commerce
otnnrisslon had supplied the platform
from which the pending bill hud been
constructed
He pointed out the way of remov
ing the obstacles In his continentwide
ambition continued Mr Hughes and
ere the grass II green on his grave
we have a bill removing all the obsta
cle of which he complained In a bar
gain we are outtraded the things we
get are trifling compared with the Ad
vantage we concede to great railroads
Hut one disposition should be made of
t and that is Its absolute and unquali
fied rejection
Mr Heyburn attempt l la relvBf the
contention that the Urftwfift sJnwml
ment had the effect of repealing the
Sherman antitrust law as affecting
railroads Mr Cummins rhallrnwd
the correctness of Mr Hey burna Pesl
Inn
tlnnHe
He asserted the purpose of the pro
vision was to render lawful that which
was not unlawful
In response Mr Aldrich coincided
with the views expressed by Mr Hey
bum to the extent of assorting that
under the proiiosed law any agreement
In restraint of trade would be unlaw
ful notwithstanding the proposed law
Mr Cummins would not assent de
claring there toad been no other Idea
lit framing the provision that to render
ho railroads Immune from the untl
trust law He declared the lVllon
vviiild be of no avail If It did not le
galise acts now considered Illegal It
would be without object
KMINI5NT AUTHORITIES SAY
chit outdoor sxsrolM Is needed by the
American 1eople Thats all very well
but how Mn people with rheumatism
follow thtu IIdvl7 The answer la very
rheumatism Anew Liniment and
the rheumatlara will go Invlng you na
spry as a sell aivk quick and per
manent relief from rheumstlam neural
gin jam Nick and all palna Sold by
Z C M I Drug Dept Ill and 114 South
Main St Salt Lake City
Salt Inkc Thotn unit Stinnlv To
ndaka finishing framing 142 Main
Street
EXCURSIONS HAST
i In Denver t Itlo Onside
Round Trip 1 In tea
TA Drt > ir Colo Hprgs Pueblo 122 50
T > < mulia and Kauaas city nuno
To St Louis t4a00
To Minneapolis and 0t Pun SJ00
To IlUi OKO irii 00
IiW raH to many ctlvr points
Kpring t6h q aloe 6 14 Jun 4 11
IX Jt 9 Aim L pi 1
1 ti HI tr g inl e 1 r g until
f1 1 lit Xu k i nth i unl Mnn
Street
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Less lvim
three cents
a loaf
tf link of that
if you jnalCc
your bread
Vifli
fflJSLElS
FLOU
elA eers rs
HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS
WORTH OF JEWELS FOUND
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New York April 2 i The inlMinu
100000 worth of jewel > of the late Mrs
Theadora OetAVta Moss widow of n
theatrical manager were reveai to
day tty tbe MxMewUI touch of H eart
spring which released a door In a iei
testal in the home of Mrs MOHS on Mad
leon events
Mrs Nor took no one into her cnn
fldence lout January she died and her
jewels were not found It MUM thought
she had sold them
A few djw ago BeTiy Kafor H
gmndeon of Mr Mow while passing
through a room aocidenUlly stumbled
against a pedestal Instantly the sorrel
door flew open revealing a duullns ar
ray of gentseat the trinkets and jewel
that had been his yrrutmothors
Try This For a Scvrre
Cough
Take fI pint ot OranulHied Niger
add H pint of warm water rand
Mir shout i minute Put a4 > < >
of Plnex Ina pint limtlc end nil
up with the Qrantiliiteil Sugar
Syrup Take a tetuipixMiful hry
one two or three hours The
tote Is pleasant
The prompt results from this
simple homemade Article will sur
prise you It usually conquer a
pIed cough In U houin and
Is a spleldld household remedy
for hosrseness whoopln cough
colds chest pains bronrhltlii etc
The recipe above irlven mnkes
a full pint enouirh In last a
family a long timeend costs only
14 cents It keens perfectly end
is easily prepared In lIe minutes
Children take It willingly
tnex IA the moet vslusble con
centrated compound of Norway
White Pin Retract It Is rich In
all the well known pm > el meuts
whlrh are so malinx mem
brane
None of the weaker pine pirpa
ratlons can compare with tin real
Pine Itself All druggists too e It
or will IM It for you If requested
Strained honey can be used In
BteM of the syrup and m kepi a
very fine honey and pine tar
cough syrup
YOUNG GIRL CAUGHT IN
MACHINERY AND SCALPED
St Louis April 17 Although 17year
old Viola Locke was completely scalped
when her half became caught In the
machinery In a factory yesterday 1hc1
scalp not reaching the hospital tor some
limn after she did surgeons believe the
scalp will reunite Itself to her head
The girl acs taken to the city ho
pltal In an uitom > io and the scalp
was taken ih < > re utr in an ambulance
It was sealnl o ih in art Immediate
ly on its nrrhil Mm Locke refusing
Ui take amwisthetli
During the healing > os the haul
Mill ronxtanUv dump md with u solu
tion to kn p the alp alh
a sx x + a oaorrrati > s +
Any butter spread on J
i bread made with White I
Fawn Flour immediate t
ly becomes next to tho f
best Sec 1 i
While Fawn Flour t
Insist on Getting It
SALT LAKE JORDAN MILL I
f ELEVATOR CO
I < oo < < ooooooooo < < xxWXoo
Citizens
Coal Co
We can deliver the follow
ing kinds of coal promptly
Aberdeen Diamond
HiwathaOcar Creek
Castle Gate Rock Springs
Both Phones < 0 153 Main St
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GO THE PRICES
We are determined to sell every article in the house bySaturday night
April 30th Weve cut the heart out of the prices to insure quicK selling
Mens Womens and Childrens Clothing Furnishings Hats and Shoes
now marKed at less than
50 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR
We Positively Vacate May 1st
The Baron Co
254256 State St Opp the Bungalow
STORES co THE DIG WHITE STORE l STORES coj 1 on S10 S10 Oil 100
4551 E Third South JndS l S Its Easy to Pay the I X L Way
A Carload Each 01 Dining Chairs Bullets Tables
Many Pieces Priced Less Because 01 Removal Sale
Quantity buying brings price concessions Because the lions share ot the
furniture business comes to the I X L we buy in carload lots But we are in
the midst of our Warehouse Removal Sale and these three new cars come at a
bad time They come too late properly to be stored on our floorstoo early to
go into the unfinished warehouse Our extremity is your opportunity grasp
these lowered prices
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St Johns r Dining Chairs One Like Cut for 240
Dining Tables i Dining chairs here to suit any
+ price or taste One like cut with
Every furniture dealer i
re wood saddle seat is 240 Others
cognizes tIC superior excellence 5 i t here in Golden Oak Early English
of St Johns tables Every detail l I
Fuuiid Oak and Mahogany up to
tail from the careful selection
3500
of the best quartered oak to the
painstaking finish reveals the in
finite care of expert craftsmen See the New
St John extemfoti table
j > emiit ft feet of extension ll be a BUFFETS
fore pedestal divide elides are
strong true and easy running steel pins socket and clamp make The new carload of buffets pin < air
the table when extended rigid and firm regular stuck give you a will < < cln
Furniture of thia sort is an investment for it last for years lion Early English Funk I hl
Yet prices art not high in fact for reaoon stated above many Golden Oak and Mahogam Situ it
of the table are priced decidedly low trmoval sale price
In Golden Oak Early English Fumed Oak and Mahogany 22 to 300 hfSl1l
9 to 200
Summer Furniture in the
Warehouse Removal Sale A 10
Slat Hardwood i
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Maple Furniture wsacats + m o Premilim Free with each
Splendidly made of seasoned
hardwood maple Slat back
and teat Comfort and dura I d
bility out of all proportion to I
cost Painted either red or i JY
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green
To get atooo premium free with a Monarch Range is like
Folding Settee as shown but finding that much money
Folds edmpMtly light weight
without arms 140 yet rigid ad strong 42 inches For the Monarch Range is wild smelly at one pricea price
established and maintained b > the factory
This Chair long Silage
r IS lair L
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o + s + eel II shown i fjMcial factory concession we are able
I to make this unparalleled special 1000
vie 2 e 40 Order premium offer
I UK the widest sort of economy to buy
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