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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS TUESDAY. APRIL 8, 1913.
STICKS TO TARIFF
Frcsident Points to Duty Placsd
on Democratic Party by
URGENT NEED OF REFORMS
Advises Agairst Reckless Haste in
Dealing With Questions Af
H a; hinsrton. T C, April 8 P'esi-l-n'
U'oodrow H'iisori read his mes-
age today lo a joint session of the
house and scijute. He said:
jo tiii- Nenute uiiil Uouse of llepre
I have cjilii-il the congress together
In ex 1 1 aoi duiii rv sesron tfaiiHe H
pity was liinl uMiii the party now iu
power nt the recent elections which It
iiiht f pcrfirm promptly tu order
Unit the burden carried by the people
under csl.ttiii Inw may ! lightened
lis Noun hs poxsiliie :iinl In order, also,
Thiit the business interests of the coun
try may nut he kept too long iu sus
pense t! to what the fiscal changes
-' ' S
hy Anient mi I'reii A In Hun.
f -1 ; i R"N
nr.. n. i,.. !,,, h 1 1 1 . - w'. in- reonlr
i.l Iu iul:;i-.i tli.-nivf. , i clear
tu tin- v. t.uii- uin.': Hint the T. i ri IT
i'mIii'v miiiM In- n lin il I hey iiii:-t In"
ill. I l.ol' n tiled llie '.n'lcnl a tut'lMlull
I Mif uiul it io:i. ut i.ur ci 'oimiiili' lite
Vl.lil' t 'le nil liirv li:i u It neo-IMt x-i I J -in
I he last ;e:ieiat:ui While the
!iu'c I.i e aii'l method i'f out ndil
trial ,11.-1 iiliili.cPI.il iile wen- lieili
lia i;:e.l Ocvond reciienitloii the taril!
schedule, haw remained wiiat they
vete hetufe the h:iire began or lui'.e
inuveil III tie- ilireeli ip the were giv
eli lien llu huge el rill liwt 1 tu e of our
!:. sln.il ilei elu;ii;ie:il wa w hat it l
toiluy Our task 1 to qnare them
u iiii the m tiial fact". The sooner that
t done the ooier we shall escape
from unfTering from the fact and tb
(roofer our men of buslneaa will be
free m thrJye by the law of nature !
the nature of free bnslnessi Instead
of hy the law of legislation and artl
HOW TARIFF HAS GROW.
we hnve seen tariff leglalattoa wa
rtpr very far afield In eur day very far
trailed from the Held In wmca oor
prosperity mlRht baTe bad a normal
irrowtti and stimulation. No one who
look the facta sqnarety la the face or
known anything that lies beneath the
surface or action can fall to pereelT
. the principles opon which reeent tariff
' leislutiou has been baaed. We long
azn pn el beyond the modest sxKlon
of iirotectlng" the lndastrles sf th
country and moved boldly forward to
the idea that they were entitled to the
direct patronage of the gorerMBent.
tor a long time a time so loof that
the men now active In public policy
hardly remember the couditiaos that
preeeded It we hare sought In oor
' tariff schedules to give each group o
muiitifacturers or producers what they
. themseive!" thought that tbey needed
, In order to maintain a practicably ex
clusive martet as against tiie rest of
: The world. Consciously or nnconscioas
: ly we have bollt op a set of prlrlleges
' and exemptions from competition be
! hind which it was easy by any. even
' the crtideHt. forma of combination to
j organize monopoly, until at last aotb-
I itic Ih norinnl, nothing is obliged to
' Mtand the tests of etliciency and econo-
my. In our world of Mg bnalness. but
! everything thrives by concerted ar
! raimetneiit Only new principles of
. action win save us from a final hard
crystallization of monopoly and a eom
filete Iihjs of the influences that rtulclc
en eiitiTMrise and keep independent en
ergy a I m
Ml T 4H(H.IH privii.f.;k.
j it is plain what those principles rnnsrt
he We must nholisb everything that
lar even the -em h la nee of prlvlleire
or of any kind of artificial advantage
fm'. tint our tislness nwn and pro-dii'-ers
iind-r the stimiilatlou of a con
stant nei eity to lie efficient, econom
ical and enterprising, masters of com
petitive supremacy, hetter workers and
, luerchn nt than any in the world
; Aside I rum the duties laid upon arti
cles which we do not and prohalilj
cannot produce, therefore, mid the
duties laid noon luxuries and merely
fut the mi kr ot the revenues they yield,
the ohje. r ut the tariff duties hence-
forth laid n hi - T be effective conipcti
timi. the whettiug of Anieriran wits ty
contest with the wits oT the rest of the
j It v. mi hi he on wine to move toward
: this end heaillun. with reckless baste
, or wit:i troki that cut at the very
roots ut v hat has rowii t:; among
I iik hy lut!:: ptucess a nd at our own m
, it!itiun 1 1 iues not niter a thing to
; Upset it and lireak it II ud deprive it of
' a chance tu change. It destroys it.
j We must inal.e ehanKi's in our f.scal
laws, in our liscal system, whose ob
ject is development, a more free Mid
wholesome development, not revolution
or upset or confusion We must liuild
up trade, especially foroiirn trade We
need the outlet and the enlarged field
ut energy tnuie than we ever did t
! fore We must Ptiild up industry as
well and in list adopt freedom In the
place of artiticial stimulation only so
! far as it will luiild. not pnll down. .In
dealing with the tariff tbe method hy 1
which this may be done will be a mat
ter of Judgment, exercised Item by
Item. To some not accustomed to the
excitements and responsibilities of
.tr frMdnm our methods may in
How New Tariff Will Reduce Cost of Living
Some important changes in rates t Fruit oi"s and essences from $1 a commercial".- known as hand made or 1
on commodities in the new tariff bill ! pound to 20 per cent ad valorem. 1 machine hand mad naner .TanAn n. ';
nma rMTwrtl Dfl St BOme POllH-1 feciu ; follow rU..cJ A ;i t 1 -
v i- v,.. miH nut be heroic i d.i- . : .:, ' ! per. and imitation Japan paper by
malt, from 45 cents to 25
and yet be remedies, it Is our busl- j centg bU8hel
ness to make sure that they are genu-1 Buckwheat, from 15 to S cents
lne remedies- Onr object Is clear. If , bushe:.
or motive Is above jusi cnaneu , from 15 cent8 to 10 cents
and only an occasional error oi jin- bushel.
ment Is chargeable against ua we shall Ricft cleaned 2 cents
cent per pound.
Cod. seal and whale oil from 6 cents i
whatever name known . unsized.
a gallon to 5 cents. sized, or glued, suitable for the print-
Crude opium from $1.50 a pound to : ing of books and newspapers, but not
THOROrCH, BCT MODERATE
OCHER AT OfHF.R EARTHS.
We are called npon to render the
country a grest service In more mat
ters than one. Onr responsibility
should be met, and onr methods should
be tborewgn, as thorough as moderate
and well considered, based opon the
facts as tbey are. and not worked out
as If we wers beginners. We are tc
deal with tbe facts of our own day,
with tbe facts of no other, and to make
laws which square with those facts.
It Is bestindeed, it is necessary to
begin with the tariff. I will orge noth
ing upon yon now at tbe opening of
your session which can obscure that
first object or divert our energies from
that clearly defined duty. At a later
time 1 may take tbe liberty of calling
your attention to reforms which should
press close upon tbe heels of the tariff
changes. If not accompany tbem. of
which the chief is the reform of out
banking and currency laws, but Just
now I refrain. For the present I put
these matters on one side and think
only of this one thing of the changes
in our fiscal system wttieh may best
serve to open once more the free chan
nels of prosperity to a great people
whom we would serve to the utmost
and throughout both rank and file.
Tbe White House. April 8. 1913.
INTEREST IN THE SESSION.
for covers or bindings, not sneciallv
Prepared opium from $2 a pound to t wrt . . . . . ... . ,
a i A provided for in this section, valued
turn o A vnlvam nwwMArl kAn-nenn
i that f ft n v rmintrv Hanonrlpnrv nrrt.
(cent a pound; proposed rate 5 per j . n, 1 '
cents . cent ad valorem. I ...
, . ... . , meni snail impose, any export auiy, ex-
Orange mmeral from 3 cents a oj. wher pf
pound to 2 per cent, I wllatsoever (whether in the
10 per cent.
Paints, colors, etc., from 30 per cent
to 15 per cent.
Wnite lead from 3 cents a pound to
25 per cent.
Chiffons, clothing ready made, arti
cles of wearing apparel of every de- j
10 per cent to 10 per
form of additional charge or license
fee or otherwise) upon printing paper,
wood pulp, or wood fr use In the man
ufacture of wood pulp, there shall be
imposed upon printing paper, when
imported either directly or indirectly
from such country, dependency, pro
vince, or other subdivision of govern
ment, an additional duty equal to the
amount of such export duty or other
60 per cent to 50 per cent ad valorem
Woven fabrics from 50 per cent to
5. per cent ad valorem.
Beltings, cords, tassles. ribbons of
artificial and imitation si'.k or horse
i -sav jmF'p
Has a Right
to be Informed about any article cf food or drink likely to affect hia
future welfare and comfort.
There's a lesson about coffee which is apt to come late In life
when unsteady heart, disordered digestion and upset nerves drive
home facta which should have been known years before.
Coffee contains caffeine, a habit-forming drug, that doctors and
nygienists Know to be harmful to both young and old.
in place of coffee
provides a dellc'out drink of rich Java-like favor. It is made of
wheat and the juice of Southern sugar cane absolutely free from
the coffee orug. caffeine.
A spoonful of Instant Postum with hot water produces Instantly
delightful beverage which children and grown ups alike may drink
v. ith fullest benefit.
"There's a Reason" for Pcstum
Sold by grocers everywhere in 30c ar.d 5Cc tins.
Wheat, from 25 cents to 10 cents i Present rates range from
Butter, from S cents to
Cheese, from 6 cents to 20 per cent
Beans, from 45 cents to 25 cents
Eggs, from 5 cents to 2 cents dosen.
Nursery cuttings and seedlings from
25 per cent to 15 per cent.
Fresh -vegetables, from 25 per cent
15 per cent.
Apples, peaches, etc, from 25 cents
to 10 cents bushel.
Raisins, from 2 cents to 2 cents
Lemons, present rate 1H cents
pound; proposed new rate 10 cents for
package under one and one-fourth cub
ic feet; 35 cents for package up to
two and one-half cubic feet; 70 cents ! hair from 45 cents per pound and 60
for package up to five cubic feet; half per cent ad valorem to 60 per cent ad
cent pound for lemons in bulk, or in j valorem.
larger packages. i.fmber Axn wood.
Oranges, limes, grape fruit, etc. Veneers from 20 to 15 per cen.'
Present rate 1 cent pound; proposed Osier or willow for bas-l:et makers'
rate same as for lemons. j use from 25 per cent to 10 per cent.
Pineapples, from 8 cents to 6 cents Willow furniture from 45 to 25 per
per cubic foot capacity of barrels or cent,
package; from IS to $5 per thou-i su gar.
sand in bu k. The sugar schedule eliminates the
rnot oi.TE An coco. Dutch standard of color and reduces
Present rate when valued from 15 the basic rate on sugar testing by the
cents to 24 cents; 21? cents pound and polariscope not above 75 degrees from
10 per cent ad valorem additional; , of 1 cent Der nound to .75 of 1 cent
For the First Time In Many Years J proposed new rate 8 per cent ad val-1 ppr pound.
Democrats Control. ! orem. por each additional degree shown i
Elements in the extra session of con-j wool. en MOTFtrrrKRD good
gress are unusual. I'resideut Wilsou ami ct.othixg.
has called the :reat body together at a j Present tariff rates are based in
time when his party oas absolute cou- j many cases on value of raw wool,
trul tt wren liriinrh of the irovern- I r-m n.;u Vi.
ment relating to legislation equivalent ad valorem duties as previ- I Molasses testing not above 40 de- ! Per cent: partly manufactured furs,
This has not l.eet, the case before in . OUslv estimated bv the wavs ana i rees. from 20 to 15 per cent ad valor- : from oO to 40 per cent; furs Tor hat
twentv vears Murine that wriod of it, , ";. i J,. testing nhm-o 40 and not above 1 t(?rB' us, from 20 to Id per cent.
long ao when tbe Uemocrats were In . jtiio: 56 decrees, from 3 cents to 2!i cents
power President Cleveland called an j cornbe,j w00; aruj tons, from 105 per ! Pr gallon: testing above 56 degrees.
I cent io 15 per cent. frcm 6 cents to 4'- cents per gallon.
! Ckiths, knit fabrics, felts and man- At the end of the section the follow-
TEN DAYS at
will do you world of good.
Now is a good time to go.
The weather is pleasant
and you will avoid the
crowds that come later.
"The Carlsbad of America
Located in Southern Indi
ana amonpthe Cumberland
The waters are famous
for their curative qualities
the hotel?, hatha and
Reached by the
J export charge Imposed by such coun
try, dependency, province or other
subdivision of government upon print
ing paper, wood pulp or wood for use
in tbe manufacture of wood pulp.
Writing paper from 3 cents per
pound and 15 per cent ad valorem to
25 per cent.
Envelopes, from 20 to 15 per cent.
Books, from 25 per cent to 15 per
Photograph albums, from 35 per
cent to 25 per cent.
Manufactures of paper, from 35 per
cent to 25 per cent.
Straw hats, unblocked and untrim
med. 35 per cent to 25 per cent.
Brushes and feather dusters, from
40 to 35 per cent.
Fireworks, from 12 to 10 cents per
Gun powder, valued at less than 20
bv tre po ariscopic test the additional entB jxr pound, rrom cents io -
ra'e is reduced from .065 of 1 cent per cnt per pound: valued over 20 cents
pound to .026 of 1 cent per pound. , Pr P"nd- fr0" 4 ce,lLs to 1 cent Per
The other items in ihe can sugar j pound.
I .eti r hneu Q follows: I Furs, dressed on skin, from 20 to 30
extra session. Put the conditions were
vastly different from now.
The extra session under President
Wilson in remarkable because the law
makers to a large extent are men of
comparatively recent rise to promi
nence I'.eciinse or the tact tnat toe
Democratic party Is provldinc a change
from Kepulilienn rule for the first time
in sixteen years great interest is cen
tered iijion the doings of congress
Virtually u new g-neration of legis
lators has pn:ng up With lint a very
few exceptions there are no men who
figured 'n congressional doings of
twenty years ago who are sharing the
responsi in Dries of the body now
Of only one thing has the public been
absolutely certain, and that is that the
tnrifT would he first and foremost
among the subjects tor work tiy the
legislators, and that revision downward
would he the purpose. The legislators
t he nisei vps have not known just how
the revision is to he mumiged. and It
has heeti well understood that they
would not all !e pleased over all
the details of the intimate changes
The sufiject has been thrashed over so
often and earnestly that its intricacies
have hecome feared
The ways ar.d means committee,
which has had the task of drafting tin'
tentative form of the new tariff meas
ure, has been una hie to announce cotn
pietiou of its work In advance of the
extra session, but the probability is
that the measure will be taken up
schedule by schedule.
The public has been led to expect
that after tbe tariff is disposed of con
gress will consider currency, the In
come tax. Philippine Independence .".nd
the Panama tolls questions
Much publicity has been given to the
proposed national income tax. The tax
will probably apply only to incomes of
over sr.t0 annually. Certain members
of concrress hold that this sort of levy
would be confined to but a compara
tively small proportion of the public
and that the revenue would not be suf
ficient Tbey argue that an inheritance
tax should be added to insure the need
from 97 per cent to ing clause is added:
l in per ce'it.
Suspenders, ribbens, bindines, etc..
! from 8P. per cf n to 35 per cent.
' COTTOX Ml KAfTl KF..
! Curtains, table rovers, etc., from
50 to 35 per cent.
' Garters, suspenders, etc., from 45
1 per cent to 25 per cent.
1 Tab e cloths, from 40 to 2:
Lace curtains, etc., frcm
; Miscellaneous cotton goods, from 45
j per cent to 30 per cert.
! KAH 1HKVW lti: AM) G I. A V A K K.
Cement from 8 cents per loo pounds
; to 5 per cent ad valorem.
; Lime. Ire ni 5 cfn's per loo pounds
; to 5 per er,t ad valr.ren,.
China ( lav, per "on. from $2.50 to
Fuller's eart-h, manufactured, from
; ?" to $1.50 per ton.
Mica, mr.nufac.'ured. from 5 cents
and 2o per cent additional, per pound
to 30 per cent ad valorem
Chtnp.ware. drccrated. from 6o per
cent to 55 percent ad valorem: china
ware, plsin white, from 55 rer cent 'o
50 per cent ad valorem.
Cut at'.d decorated glass, from 60 per
cent to 45 per cent ad valore;n.
Mirrors, frcm 11 cents and 25 cents
per square foot to 7 cents and 13
cents per square foot.
Marble, rough, from 65 cents to 5o
cents per cubic foot.
"Provided that three years after
he day when this act shall take effect.
Hats, bonnr-ts and hoods of felt tax
ed under the classifications of the
present law at from $1.50 per dozen
and 20 per cent ad valorem, to $7 a
dozen and 20 per cent, placed in tb
new bill at 40 per cent ad valorem.
Women's "g'.ace" gloves, from $1.25
FRANK J. REED,
the articles hereinbefore enumerated , to 1 a dozen, wnen not over n incnes
this paragraph shall thereafter be ' .e..... auuciu,.,,, , , ,..H
, per uuzen ut t n nicJii iu 1en151.11
! over 14 inches.
j Women's kid gloves, from $3 to $2
1 per dozen, not over 14 inches In
I length; an additional 25 cent tax per
; dozen for each in?"j over 14 inches In
i Cumulative duty on lined gloves,
' cctton litied, from $1 to 25 cents per
dozen; silk or wool lined, from $1 to
admitted free of duty."
Other reductions are:
Maple sugar and refined syrups,
from 4 to 3 cents per pound.
per cent I fil"r'ose or grape sugar, from l1-. to
-1, t a- 1 1-8 cents per pound.
; Unmanufactured sugar cane.
j 20 to 15 per cent.
A provision p'acing the articles in
i this section on the free list after three
j years Is also included. ;
1 Sugar candy vaiued at 15 cen's peri
1 pound or less, from 4 tents a piund
and 15 per cent nd valorem, to 2
1 per pound: valued at morp than 15
ients per pound, from 5" to 25 per'
; Cuban sugars hy treaty Arrange
ments rcne in at a 20 per cent reduc
tion frcm th" regul-ir duties.
Only a single chance wis made in
the tobsreo schedule. .Scrap tobacco
whs tik't; from a general cl'tEs'flca- ;
Minn, at a rate of 55 cenrs per pound
' a'ul given an individual lassificati'm
; at 35 cents a pound.
I-'I.AX. HEMP IMI Jt llt. r
Flax, hackled, frcm 3 io 1'2 cents
! per pound.
Tow of flax, from ?2o to $10 pr ton.
! Hemp and row of hemp, from 1 cent
50 cents per dozen; fur lined, from Si
Musical instruments, from 45 to 35
Phonographs, from 45 to 25 per cent.
Photographic plates, from 25 to 15
Moving picture films, from 25 to 20
Umbrellas and sun shades, from 50
to 30 per cent.
The schedule carries a general pro
vision decreasing the duty on manu
factured articles not specifically pro
vided for In the section from 20 to 15
per cent. Unmanufactured articles re
main at 10 per cent.
Even the British, the London Btitlsu,
are not agreed opon the proper pronun
ciation of "Pall Mall." The Pull Mall
Gazette has pobllshed scores of ietters
on the subject, one from J. Henderson
Couter, being In part as follows: "It
really does not seem to matter much
whether Tall Mall used to be PalllH
Mallle' or 'Pawl Mawl.' Both are prob
ably Incorrect etymologlcnlly. 1 had. in
old grandmother, one of the old school.
Were she alive today she would be
about 110. She always spoke of it as
'Pell Mell.' But, then, she preserved
most of the old fashioned pronuncia
tions, such as 'laylocli' for lilac,
'obleege' for oblige, sassiugers for sau
sages and 'gould' for gold. This may
have been, and probably was. a sheer
affectation on her part Anyhow, she
'ested a new manservant by hearing
liow he could knock on a front door."
mw irst tJocoa II
,To5&W . The first cocoa ever made for drinkint? IMI
Marble ar'icles. from 50 ppr cent"" ('pnl P"no
to 45 per cent ad va;orem. i Hemp, hackled, from 2 to 1 en.
Granite and building stone, dressed. : pound,
from 50 per cent to 25 per cent ad ' F ocr mattinps. from 3't cent to 1
valorem. cent a square yard.
Linoleum and oi! cloth, now class
fied from 8 cents a square yard and
He Wouldn't Respond.
When Joaquin Miller's Dlav. "Tbe
anites." was produced for the first
lie the play caught the crowd's fancy, i
ul at tbe end of tbe second act there
great calls from the audience for I
The manager looked around for Mil
ler, but eonld not find him. He sent !
several of bis assistants all over tbe I
theater to bunt Miller up and bring
him before the footlights to address
the clamorous andlecce.
After some time spent In searching
Miller was spied sitting among tbe
crowd way op In the gallery, where
the calls of "Author!" were most nu
merous Upon being asked to go down
and address tbe audience. Miller refus
ed, saying that wild horses couldn't
drag him down there. New York Sun.
Whlttler (to his daughter) Did ren
tel! that young man he couldn t sta
"Then why didn't he go?"
"He wanted to knew if the order had
been confirmed by mamma." life.
If yoo count up the sunDy and eloudv
days io n complete year, you will flnii
that the fine day has come more often.
In New Shop.
E. E. I-an.p. who has conducted a
p'.umbine shop at 225 Seventeenth
stree- for 't number of years, has rc
tuoif'l 'o rc and I?rgtr quarters ht
"SI J iciaiee;ui street. 'Adv.y
IKO, STEEI. AM) METAI. I'HOIM I IS
Automobiles and motorcycles. 45 per ;
(fnt to 50 p-r cent. 1
Ferro manganese, from $2.50 a ton
to 15 per cent.
Round iron, from $S and $12 a tou !
to 8 per cent. j
Iron and steel forgings, from 30 ;
per cent to 15 per cent. ;
Ball and roller bearings, from 45 to f
35 per cent. j
Sheet steel or Iron now $6 to $1S, 1
cut to 20 per cent.
Tin plate, now $24 a ton, cut to 20
I Shotguns and rifles, now $2.25 to j
$10 each, changed to 35 per cent.
Table and kitchen ware, from 40 to '
! 25 per cent. ,
I Steam engines, printing presses, ma
I chines, now from 30 to 15 per cent.
1 Embroidering and lace making ma
chines, now free, made dutiable at 25 '
The schdeule carries a blanket
clause that artic'.es or wares not spe
cially provided for shall pay 50 r
cent if wholly or partly of platinum,
gold or sllvis. and 25 per cent if wholly
or in cnief value compoeed of iron,
steel, lead, copper, nickei. pewter, zinc,
aluminum, or otrer metal.
Tableware, pen knives, and watch
, movements are required to bear the
names of the manufacturer and coun
ry of origin.
Lead bearing ore, from l1 cents
pound to half cent.
Aluminum, from 7 cents a pound to
25 per cent.
Antimony, from 1 cent a pound to
io per cent.
i Lead bullion, from 2'i cents pound
to 25 per cent.
Nickel pigs, from 6 cents a pound to
10 per cent.
' i HEMIC OILS A D PAI.Vr.
' Alkalies and compounds, from 23
per (en' ad valorem to 15 per cent.
Alum, etc., frcm 4 cent per pound
to 15 pr cent ad va!cr-m.
B:t-?(hi- p p;- do- frc::; 15 ce:it to
4 1 ly cent ptr pcunl.
15 per c.nt to 10 cents a square yard
snd 20 per fent, reclassified at the fol
lowing rates: Plain or stamped lino
leum, 30 per cent; inlaid linoleum, 35
per cent; oil cloth, 15 per cent.
Pile fabrics, from 60 to 4o per cent.
Bags or sacks of single jute yarns,
from 7-8 cent a pound and 15 per cent
to 25 per cent.
PAPER AND HOOKS.
Printing paper (other than paper
The first cocoa ever made for drinking
and cooking purposes, was prepared by
C. J Van Houten in 1828. From that
time to this. Van Houten's Cocoa has been
pre'eminent because of it's rich, chocekte
flavor. It's the original Dutch process Cocoa.
All the way from Holland comes this plrasir..
Dutch nutriment, to that you, too, now can enjoy il
Van HoutCi's Ron Dutch Cocoa cost, less than dtxnewc Cocrwi
becftu tt goes twice far. One-
half a tea spoonful makes a cup of
thtt delightful food-drtnk. A2Sccan
makes 64 cups. When you want to
make cakes, ic trigs fudges and dainty
dishes, uk Roria Cocoa instead of
chocolate the flavor is much richer.
Ask Your Grocer
Just say to your grocer, "I want
Van Houten's Ron ult h Coco
m the big. red can." One sip of its
delicious, chocolate flavor will con
vince you lhat it's the first cocoa
the best. Two sizes 10c and 25c.
C. J. VAN HOUTEN t, ZOON
1 100-1 lOt S.Wabash Ave.Xhjcaao
Explored the Coal Fields
and know th: re is no better coal than the coal
we sell. We know our coal is superior coal.
CLEAN BRIGHT LASTING
Prompt, Reliable Service.
Sand, Gravel and
Telephone W. 699
NAVEN FUEL CO.
Street. Edward Naven, Mgr.