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I ;o THE QGDEN STANDARD: QGDEN. UTAH. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 22. 919. ,
I J jj; There arc two tastes
in tea : the tea-flavor and
I nlff1 tannin.
The tea-flavor brings
enjoyment, rest, cheer
I that is what you want.
Tannin is harsh, bitter,
injurious. Tannin, you
I know, is used to tan leather
and make ink; it is not
meant to put into the
stomach. It is bad for
the digestion ; it is hard
on the nerves.
I Nobody wants tannin
it isn't even good to taste.
Get Schilling's Tea and
enioy the real tea-flavor
and steer clear of tannin.
There are four flavors of Schillirg
, Tea Japan, Ceylon - Iadia, Oolong,
English Breakfast. All one quality. In
At grocers everywhere.
Jjj, "I A Schilling & Co San Francisco
11'"' King of Belgians
; Vists Tomb of
fjl j-l Abraham Lincoln
SPRINGFIELD, III.. Oct. 21 Albert!
ffl) of the Belgians placed a simple wreath,
h l! upon the sarcophagus of Lincoln as,
Dusk was falling here today. Profound
i Iv reverent and deepl moved ihc pnl
jfjj u lant leader of a brave people sought
I 'Jjj within the twilight of the tomb new
Hi l strength to face the trials of the fU
m u ture- I
As Albert, with his consort and their
'it ll pon drovp through the park, SI Crm
xili'r den's bronze of i he treat American!
ccmed to smile a welcome to the I
. wart soldier who nver lost faith in
THE OUTBURST OF EVERET TRUE
Do You oiajm 11 J i
the triumph of justice and democracy.
llis bronze fave. grave, and hi., lips
sternlv sei the first king of Europe
to seek lessons in America, uncovered
. s he Stepped within the shadow of
the tomb healing his wreatli of white
Poor tired fect
walked all day,
danced all night.
for quick and sure
That ! c-lt , ; A ' o , K. :'.
chrysanthemums. lie bowed three
nmes and crossed himself as he step
ped over the threshold and laid the
l lowers upon the marble slab. The
king stood motionless, his head bowed
and hi slips moved as though in si
No leSI reverent, Queen Elizabeth,
bearing herself with the dignity befit
ting the consort of a monarch as well
a gentleman, followed her husband
Behind hn walked the prince Even
I the lad of is appeared to feel the sol
- pintt of the moment.
The stav within the tomb was brief
and all three of 'he royal Belgians
bowed deeply before the ashes of the
immortal American as they stepped
backward into the open air, their ejps
upon the sarcophagus. They were fol
lowed by Baron de ( artier de March
' lenne Belgian ambassador to the
l ntted States, and thpn b the lall
-pire figure of Brand Whltlock, be
loved of till Belgians, and once a reel-
J de.nt of Springlield
' Without preliminaries, standing in
Scratcli mg i s dan gerous,
Ferv time vou scratch that itching
rash voii rnakc it worse. The intense
nrsirp q scratch such skin disorders
as eczema, humor, nettle rash and like
skin ailments, may be instantly rc
lieved when Rsin- Ointment is ap
plied to the affected parts.
1 1 i jdriiuWe in most CMN to thorough
ly clea" th tntbmed spot vrtih Pewnol
Soap .-id warm wtJLtr. TM rcerlM
the hn!in -iio oi tlir o lotflMOt, and
conteaitif ij-iickrx od belter result!
Iflttntt Xi&tvtsrr, Ui.
i he shadow of the great granite mon- I
umeni. the king paid tribute to the
president No less than Lincoln ho,
knew all the horrors of war but I mm
the spirit of the homely son of Illi-l
nois he askel guidance in the future
"We who are here today, coming
from a far distance country, can never j
forget what President Lincoln has
done," he said, 'and may wo find In,
his noble example the strength and
firmness which make a ruler worthy
to he dedicated In his country to that;
always unfinished work of progress,;
Cut out cathartics and purgatives.
They are brutal harsh unnecessary.
Try CARTER'S LITTLE
Actgently on the VHSILflW
liver, elimm- jt B3B & T LET
ate bde, and JVER
snotho the A BJOHfl Q S
delicate mrm- Saxnttft
bran of the uMtMMmwTiY ri 1
bowel. Correct constipauon, bilious
mess, sick headache and indigestion.
Small P ID Small Dose Small Price
DR. CARTER'S IRON PILLS, Nature a
great nerve and blood tonic for
Anemia, Pheamatifim, Nervousness.
Sleeplessness and Femalo Weakness.
fault null keif tloMlore (stnsJsrcC
And The Worst Is Yet to Come
T j i 1
welfare and ideals which this great
man has so nobly adaneed"
Price of Coal Is
Increased But the
Men Paid Old Wage
INDIANAPOLIS. Oct. 21 - The in
crease in the price of coal, since the
Issuance of the call to all bituminous
I miners to go on strike November 1,
(has been placed in effeft all over the
country, according to reports received
;it the international headquarters here
of the 1'nited Mine Workers of Amer
A statement issued from the union
headquarters today declared that the
! consumer is being forced to pay as
much ns a dollar more a ton for coal
now than a week ago
All of this la without the slightest
justification ' the statement continues
, "Operators have flatly refused to
I 5 rant the miners an advance in wages,
hut they have iucreased the price of
coal Production cost? are no higher
now than Ihey were a month ago. Ev
erything is the same. Who gets the
additional doll la r a ton?
i "Many operators are telling the pub
lie that the increase is due to a short
age of coal. Certainly that cannot be
the reason, for the miners of the oun
try have been idle most of the time
since the armistice was signed Thou-!
sands of mines have been operated!
only one to three days a week in 1919.1
although the miners were anxious to;
work ( onsequenlH , the minors are
not responsible for any alleged coal
Of Utmost Importance
Pure, emulsified cod-liver oil
is not medicine as many are
prone to think of medicine.
is a form of gTovth-nounshment
that is of utmost importance to
many children. That most
children relish and thrive on
Scott's is a "truism"
accepted the world over.
Give Scott's to the children M
and watch them grow strong! -jL
Scott I. Bownt Blrorn6ld. N.J. 19-15
II! TOOTS AND CASPER
I'. SAY POP! .
jiijl DOING OF THE DUFFS
I suppose its uqgcls a matve EK'I l vjeuts all 5errLn movj- I'lLTAka II " 2C 'Vi''Uti frW 'TTO
QPUK KfUCU A fttwmj OiL iffl A CMAkice. CM 0at oh. "STocki Vme f iSJ ' V Wf JT
'I FOR SALE
I Real EUtt
A GOOD 8 -room house with large Lot
within two blocks of the Union depo
will pay 15 per cent Interest on in
vestment; for only $2,500. J. j Brow
mitt. Phone 59. jfl
8 ROOM modern brick house Hot
water heat; garage, etc. Well located
Terms to suit. Phono 2967-R, 906I
15 ACRES first cla.a farm land with
water right. 2 miles south of Otrden
Phone 1859-J. 8
EAST BENCH BAROaTn!
7 ROOM modern brick home, excel
lent location, hardwood floors, fn
place, garage, large lot. paved Btrtsflt
Price $1750.00 $2500.00 cash, r'q
Agee, Dsmt Broom Hotel. Phone 60
ONE aero of land, close In, north 01
Ogden river. Water right Terms
Merlin Shaw. 113 21th St., Insurance
Real Estate. o'o'g
FOR SALE WHl built two ;st07y
rrame house, to be moved Phonu 367
or 696 jjj
FOR SALE By owner at a sacrifice
if sold at once, 7 -room house, large
barn, 8 lota, water and lights in'house
sewer, Bldewalks in sell jii or
part ' Inquire at 576 Canyon Head
Phono 1787. gg
FOR SALE by owner, acre of land with
3-rooui house, barn, chicken coop, fruit
trect, 3 blocks Irom car line. Call 31153
Wall Ave. Cheap, $1,800. J2j j
IT w ILL pay you to sec us about good
farms. Loans, city residences and lot
' l'hono 187t5, Porter Realty Co., 237 1
I Va:h. Ave., basement. gg
ROOM stucco house; water in kitch
en, Bcreened-in porches, lull base
ment; big barn and chicken houses,
11 lots. 10th and Madison Phone
oU-J-J. . lj'j
A GOOD piece of trackage 198 by33ij 1
leet, well located, close in, on the main
lino of the Union Pacific This prop
erij has a building 50 by 60 feet, Mhicb
is a well buil 1 , good substantial build
ing, tor only $2,iU0, any kind of terms.
J J Brummitt 2117 Hudson Ave, 26
DESIRABLE lot on bench; fine loca
iiun. Lot 67 by 132 Two frame
houses on lot. Reasonable for cab.
Phonu 2 716-k. zi
Z5-ACRE farm, 3 miles west of Ogden
5- rooin frame house. West 20th St.
rerma Phone 2004-R. o. T. Terry
NEARLY, new 0-ruj. .siuri.u bungalow,
, two large lots. For quick sale $3200.00.
1 Une half cash. Good terms on bal
300 8th St. Ph 3107-NR 9'j2l
CHOICE bhihling l.t, 50x210, on can
yon road. Good water right Phone
Jm'i ACRES, about one hundred acres
cultivated, balance meado1-' and pas
j ture This is located in best Hecucn 1
jot Ogden valley, has plenty of irn
j gating water, good house and other
improvements. Price, including horses
and all necessary implements, $31,000. ! j
v e can convince you that this is one I
of the bet ranches in the state for
geneidl farm, dairy or stock purposes. H
W ill sell for one half cash, balance j j la
long time. L. V. ( jnnadv, 2427 Hud
sou Ave. 2&63 ?
fROM OWNER 3 large building lots Q
hii block from Wash. Ave Best loca s:
uon north of bridge; also 1, 3 and 6 si
acre tracts of best tarmiug land.
Phone 1619-NR evenings or SundaJ. ft
1 4 room house with large lot. S&v llj
rHREE loonii, sleeping porch and
oatu, No. 350t Jetterson Ae., $1"50. I
liiQuuo N'olker Lumbei Co. H'S1' j ,a
FIVE-ROOM strictly modern TiO'jsr, Bjg
furnace, nice lot v. ith fruit tree? i rice ,;
135iJ.OO. Phoue 2UJ or call 2ol Mad j
l P-TO-DATE modern rooming hciie, t
a ell located. Siatiuneiy tub?, turnace, '
lc, cjuaypcaring beds Phone 20:9- J
6- RUUM irame, mouern. garage and
basement, on Aiiams Ae.. line loci
uon. SoOO casm luquiro hoom 12
.oih aiivi .jiant. 86n , j
223i Ac RES a i $10 per acre, in Bex X
Ulder county; Hoo acres unaer culti
vation; 2200 acres uliable. Over
acres will bo planted oy the middle cj
October; 15 mileq oi lence in sood
condition, divided into separate adJo:n
ing fields. Ali flat land. Also 22 head H(
jt holies. harLess anJ machinery, m- iti
eluding gas tractor, bmall houses ae Mod
commodating two lamiiu-s. Good barns
roj animala. Term-, $12,000 do we. Kq
baranco in yearly payments at 7 p N 1
cent. Thomas Oreaes, Preston,
BY OWNER Lot 40x110 to alley he
tween 29th and 30th St. on Adams ae
Eant front. Phone 925 J.
' j p
LY OWNER-Modern apartment house
of 6 apartments. Close In. Llb
bonds taken. Phone 1008 J. '-So,
SHERIDAN T DES MINE.nr I
DES MOINES. la. Oct. 21.-Ava' a
Sheridan arrived at Des Moines from 1
Omaha at 3:50 p. m. and left ior floe j .
Island at 4:57 p m No more I :.j
rivals and none is expected tonigm
A sheriff wouM l.v. tc I"' kn-..wn t?y 3
Ihf compnnv he keeps.
If jw..ti. r v.r.r.. ,, ,11- h'lnd 5h WOUldB
be ahle to wink at her favorite
00 m j
Suspect not a friend s word?, but rt f-
his meaning. ! I'fiQo
Rely On Cuticura
Slade has moved to 432 Twenty-"" j
Street 4 W