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: ' " '' " THE BINGHAM NEWS, BINGHAM, UTAH " in. a. -- aaa nm nmr .m iaa Meaa aaaan . a (Mtioml eawm' la Arms --a Fess for Senator; Wood Heads N. R. C. C. TXT ASHINGTON. Representative v v William It. Wood of Indiana was elected unanimously chairman of the national Republican congressional com-mittee to- - succeed Representative, Simeon D. Fes? of Ohio, who retired to run for UnltSd States senator from Ohio. Mr. Wood has been vice chair-man of the congressional committee for six years. He has been a member of congress for eight years. Mr. Fess Issued a statement review-ing his achievements as chairman since he assumed the position In 1018, and emphasizing the need for con-tinued Republican domination. "Assuming that the present sitting Democratic ranking committee mem-bers of the house will be ia November," Mr. Fess said, "the con-duct of legislation will be transferred under the control and direction of men who come from a small section of the country, If the Democrats win, "For example, apiculture will coma under the direction of a member from Arkansas; appropriations, Tennessee; bunking and currency,. Arkansas; claims, Alabama; foreign affairs, Maryland ; education, Alabama ; In-sular affairs, Tennessee ; interstate and foreign commerce, Kentucky ; pensions, Georgia; Invalid pensions, Missouri; Judiciary, Kentucky; merchant ma-rine, Texas ; labor, Texas ; military af-fairs, Kentucky; naval affairs. Ten-nessee ; patents, Tennessee ; post office, Georgia; public buildings, Florida; civil service. Texas; rivers and har-bors, Louisiana; roads. North Caro-lina ; rules, North Carolina ; war claims, Florida ; ways and means, North Carolina. Senator Says: "Keep Marines in Hayti" INDEFINITE continuance of Amerl-- can military occupation of Haytl, but with a reduction of the marine force, was recommended In a unnnl-mou- s report presented by the special senate committee which for nine months has been Investigating Ameri-can administration in Hayti and Santo Domingo. The committee deferred announce-ment of Its findings on Dominican af-fairs "in view of the negotiations happily begun between the State de-partment and the Dominican leaders looking to the termination of military government In Santo Domingo." ' The declaration that early with-drawal of or drastic reduction In the American marine occupation force in Hayti would be followed certainly by brigandage and revolution was mnde In the report signed by Senator Republican, Illinois, chair-man, and Senators Oddte, Republican, Nevada; Tomerene, Democrat. Ohio, nd Jones, Democrat, New Mexico, who have held protracted hearings and who recently toured Haytl and Santo Domingo. The committee found that, on the whole,' American administration In Haytl had been of great benefit to the Ilaj tlnns and was so? regarded, by a vast majority. The American rec-ord, however, was described as one both of "failure and achievement" There had been some "blunders" and a few Instances of cruelty against na-- lives by members of the military force. "In brief, under the treaty between Haytl and the United States," the re-port said, "the peace of the republic, the solvency of its government and the security of its people have been estab-lished for the first time for many years." In Justification of American Inter-vention, the report said that "the chronic anarchy Into which Haytl had fallen, the exhaustion of Its credit, the threatened Intervention of the Ger-man government and the actual land-ing of the French naval forces, all Im-periled the Monroe doctrine and led the government of the United States to take the successive steps set forth to establish order In Haytl, to help institute a government as nearly rep-resentative as might be, and to assure the collaboration of the governments of the United States and Hayti for the future maintenance of peace and the development of the Haytlao people." Housekeeper of Congressional Library of the cellar, and I suspect I saw a good deal in the corners that would have escaped the eye of man." Twenty-tw- o years ago Mrs. Woods became a clerk In the library. When the superlntendency appointment waa offered her she was In charge of an important division of the copyright office, with the highest salary paid there except to the register and his assistant. Her new duties include the personal supervision of the laboring force of 120 persons charwomen, messengers, elevator operators, en-gineers, watchmen and gardeners; everything that has to do with the care and upkeep of the building and grounds; the disbursement of funds and the paying of the entire library force of 500, including the librarian himself. On her personal staff are eleven persons, headed by a chief clerk. Each division has a chief. Mrs. Woods brings to her Job an unusual knowledge, for a woman, of engineering. During her husband's lifetime she aided him In writing his technical papers and books on me-chanical engineering. After his death In 1893 she became secretary to a lead-ing engineer of Chicago." TTOUSEKEEPEK of a library Is Mrs. Harriet DeKrafft Woods, daugh-ter of the late Rear Admiral DeKrafft, United States navy, and widow of Ar-thur T. Woods, professor of mechani-cal engineering la the University of 'lllnols. She has been appointed to he post of what she calls "house-:eeper- "' of the Library of Congress. Ullelnlly she Is superintendent of mlldlcgs and grounds. She Is the first woman to get the Job. "What are you, as a woman, going to bring to this Job that It never had before?" asked an Interviewer. "A little keener vision as a house-keeper, jwrhaps; thnt's all. Women can see dirt, you know, where men cannot. I've Just made an Inspection J, W. Fnrdney Announces His Retirement A NXOUW'KMKXT by Iteprewnta-tlv- e Jost-p- V. Fordncy of Michi-gan that he will not sovk to the house this full means the prole jhle fh'VHtlon of Koprcsontntlve fir-eer-i Jf Iown, to the chairmanship of Hie powerful ways and inenns commit te at the session following March 4, l!t.:i. Mr. Orwn now ranks next to Mr. I'ordncy In seniority among Heptihll-cu- n members of the committee. He luis served In the house for eleven years, having previously for seventeen years lerved us a Judge In the (state courts of Iowa, Itopresentntlve l.ongworth of Ohio Is next In order among Republican uenihers of the ways and means com. oilttee. It ia considered a possibility that Mr. may aspire to .he chairmanship. Mr. I.or,,;iirTii wtldpntcd in a movement to over-bro-the seniority system when the Republicans regained control of the jmise and probably would have been named chairman of the ways and tiieiuis committee instead of Mr. Ford-ne- If that movement bad bei-- sue- - CCssful. Mr. I.iT.g'ivnrtli has served In the ow lo,ycr than Mr. Oreen, the pre;, ent term ins his ninth, but his serv ice-- has not been continuous and hence he ranks below the lowna If Representative (iree becomes chairman of the ways and means com-mittee It Is likely to affect the policies of the commit lee In some respr-;ts- . Mr. Creen has disagreed with Mr. Ford-ne-on various questions, such as American valuation and high surtax rates. Mr. tireen is lukewarm on the question of A.ueriean valuation and has favored higher surtax rates on Incomes than Mr. Fnrdney. ( 'onie.'.sman Fnnlncy lias notiDed Is home newspaper lit Saginaw, that be will not be a candidate for t tion. lie rep risen Is approximately r. M.;i x i ,,. in Sfx eoi.ntUi.s. II,. i sixty nine years old. ii . .. . HsJ Tour Iron Todajt v I Work Braitjis j Not Digestion j an ideal hot-weath- er HERE'S ' . Two packages luscious Little Sun-Ma- id Raisins one qpol glass of milk. 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Mrs. Wllkle formerly re-sided In Buffalo and for two years was matron of the State Reformatory at Industry, N. Y. "I was eating scarcely enough to keep alive," she declared, "for I would rather not touch a bite than suffer the misery I knew would follow. Even sweet milk disagreed with me. I ras i sick In bed for two and three days at a time, and gaa on my stomach made such awful pressure on my heart it almost cut off my breath. I had hor- - rible dreams at night and In the morn-ing was all tired out. --Well the longest day I live I will praise Tanlac, for my improvement has been simply remarkable, I have no more heartburn, my appetite Is wonderful, I can eat most anything I want, and my sleep is sound and rest-ful. I am thoroughly delighted with Tanlac. It Is wonderful." Tanlac is sold by all good druggists. ' Advertisement. 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SlBflPW " Short brenthln re--" M O V B lieved in a few hour; awclling reduced in a few dy; reculat the liver, kidney, atomarh md heart; puritire the blood, ttrentrtlien the entire yu in. Wrir. for 7Yio 7ratmnr. couuh mm umi co, Dept $.o., atukts, ot j o i - co l - a BURNS CUTS ITCH SORfcb 75c at storej; B5c by mail. AJJiea New York Drug Concern, New Yoik W. N. U, Salt Lake City, No. 30-19-2Z Prosperity. Hard Times I'm out Harding Times I'm In. Going Down. Elackstone Is your wife still re-ducing? Webster If you mean my Income-- yes I ? 1 i TO A MAN'S HEART j ' ' - I i ' J By ELSIE P. GILPATRICK. J u. ................. ....u , mi, toy MeClur Nwpjr SyndleUa. A vast number of people still hold the opinion that the way to a man's heart .ls through his stomach, and Ruth Cameron must have believed it, becau.te when she found Paul Hub-bard hungry and disgusted with his boarding place, she took him home and cooked for him a roast chicken and escalloped potatoes and every-thing else to match. Inevitably, then, followed Paul's neg-lect of Nancy Barksdale, whom he had been courting for a long time, and who, by her own telling, didn't known what the Inside of a kitchen looked like. In her home a number of serv-ants carried on the work behind the scenes, but Ruth had been reared un-der no such handicap. She could whip mashed potatoes to a fluffiness that made you afraid they might blow away, and beat a cake into a lightness that made It fit for someone who was much more of an angel than wus Paul Hub-bard. Paul was tremendously human. As his dinner Invitations from Ruth multiplied, his evenings with Nancy diminished. Then the Jimmy Bentons, who were fond of Paul, took a hand In the affair, and aaked him to board with thetn, "Now we'll see If he goes to call on that Cameron cook so often," chuckled Jimmy to Mrs. Jimmy. "After he eats your cooking three times a day, I'll bet Miss Ruth loses her drawing card." But it was already too late, or Miss Cameron was too chiwmlng a cook, or something, because after that Paul pnld her more attention than ever. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy had a difficult time of It, trying to keep him home even when Nancy happened to be calling there. "I tell you, a fellow who works hard for a living ought to marry a girl that knows how to cook," he would declaim vehemently, as though someone were disputing him, and It soon became plain to everyone thut he was Intend-ing to marry Ruth. Though he hadn't asked her, that young lady herself often made verbal speculations upon the style of . wedding ring she pre-ferred to her friend Marjorle. To help matters along, Mrs. Benton sprained her ankle p.nd lost her maid the same day, and Paul Hubbard waa obliged to go back to the dark, greasy Inn for dally sustenance. After three days of trying to endure lukewarm vegetables and dummy salads, he de-cided to marry at once, and move Into a cozy apartment right next to the Jimmy Bentons. That evening, on the Camerons' ve-randa, he talked and talked and talked, until almost e.very topic In the world was exhausted, except the one he was thinking of, and then, Just as he got his chair moved closer, and his throat cleared, and his heart thump-ing violently, the telephone rang. Mrs. Benton wus calling Mr. Hubbard. "I have found someone to help In the kitchen, so you may come back here for your meals tomorrow," she said. "Thanks, Mrs. Jimmy, you've saved my life." Paul felt so relieved that he lunged forward quickly to tell Ruth about it, but the lygR was dark, and he stumbled headlong over a foot-stool. Ruth answered his groans by coming at once. She found him nurs-ing a great welt on his shin. Some-how, after he had picked himself up and got back to the veranda and straightened his pompadour, he didn't feel so much like proposing, so he postponed it until Sunday afternoon. In his canoe, under the willows, and took his leave at 10 o'clock. In spite of her sprained ankle and her untrained kitchen help, Mrs, Ben-ton's Sunday dinner was a greut suc-cess. When Paul oflVred to serve the dessert, she grutefully sent him to the kitchen, where he suw a blue apron almost hiding a girl na she stood at the sink washing dishes. For a mo-ment he stured, then he took big strides In her direction. "Nancy, what are you doing here?" For answer, Nuncy looked fright-ened, and said nothing. "Nancy I" Paul's tone was very ten-der. "You weren't supposed to know It. I only CTn'M bcoaask-- Ma. Jimmy bald you were starving." Two strong arms kept Nancy from wilting, and u torrent of tender words made tears out of the question. "I've been starving for something better than food. Nancy, nm I going to get It?" She held up her mouth for a kiss. From the dining room Jimmy Ben-ton was heard calling loudly for hU dessert, and so u lot of tilings which would have been very pleasant Just then had to he put off until they went canoeing an hour later. "You were a darling to do all that for me, Nancy, and you know I never stopped loving you, only I got a crazy not imi Nancy, you're the sweetest pirl in the world!" Pivsi-ntl- they he;ml voices in a cunoe which wan htlll out of sihl around the bend. To Paul one of them was uninltal.al)Ie. "I It 11 you, I'll never cook for any man." "Shucks! ulh Cameron, you don't mean tliuli "I do iiu'ini It I I've had to cook ami j keep lioii-i!- ', a'l my life, and I'm sick j i.f il. When I i't iii iiritd 1 want tu live in a hold." , j "I,i i' 1'inMh' liiii-- the oilii r way," baid Paul. "The i'iver isn't very pretty ' Up urotiud i In: bentl." Describing Him. "now Is your new hired man, Les . ter?" ,' "He's the kind of a feller," replied Farmer Flumlegate, "that when hi sets down Is entirely unmoved by crlt , lclsm." Kansas City Star. Refreshing Ignorance. Mrs. Kawier ,JI can't do without my matutinal coffee." Mrs. Newrich "Is that a good brand? We've tried so many that are poor." Boston Transcript Some Display. "Will knickerbockers dor "I don't see why not There's about 'be same length of hosiery exhibited." --Louisville Courier-Journa- l.