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take hearts. Buy your Diamonds at Park's. BOYD PARK MAKERS OF JEWELRY SAU LAX£ CITY ISA MAIN STAUT BARGAINS IN USED CARS f0 *pl«udid ««cd c*r«-Boick*. Oldamobll*». Nv lJoo»U—$2S0 running coo4ifioo*-«asy u right partie«. Write for detailed litt and deserts don. Used Car Dept.. RaiuUlkDodd Auto Co., Salt Lake Clip Guaranteed first eta« if wanted bp uoo 0LORY OF TURKISH CAPITAL QrMt Mosque of 8anta Sofia a Marvel in Beauty of Architecture and Rich Decoration. The great mosque of Santa Sofia lowers rm.jestlcally over Constantino ple, dominating its surroundings by sheer thick-set ponderousness. Its bulky dome aDd tacked-on minarets ere, however, only the shell which Covers a vast cathedral justly famed for beauty of line and rich ornament. From the outer court you pass through a heavy bronze door and stand within a hall of such cavernous propor tions that it seems Impossible that even the exterior, that seemed so mas sive, could contain It. Above, the dome rises ln a sweeping curve. Once mosaic these higher regions of the hall, but the vandal Turks long ago covered the saints with plaster through which ln certain places they still can be seen smiling dimly but serenely. The mosque has not always been a Mohammedan temple. The origial Santa Sofia, a Christian cathedral erected by Constantine, was destroyed; by fire. It was Justinian who rebuilt it In the sixth century, decorating It with such lavish magnificence that he was himself surprised at the result and cried out : "Solomon, I have surpassed In Justinian's day the new temple was a veritable Aladdin s cave. Its walls and columns were of marble brought from foreign quarries and from other temples. Famous shrines of Diana, Apollo and even the Temple of the Sun at Baalbek contributed their statues and jewels, willingly or not, to the glory of Justinian's cathedral. Into this treasure vault ln 1463 burst the conquering Turks, wrecking, pluqi dering and claiming possession. From that time on Santa Sofia, Church of the Divine Wisdom, has been a Turkish mosque, with minarets added and thq B li _Chicago Dally _nothing DEPENDS ON ONE'S THOUGHTS thee !" crescent over (News. By No Means Always the Part of Real Wisdom for Persons to Say What They Think. Whether we are to eay what we think, or not, depends entirely on what ' thoughts are and how they will our affect others, liiere are some thoughts It is a sin to hide. The people who smother a good thought because they afrald of being misunderstood or laughed at, take upon themselves a dangerous responsibility. To conceal n kind thought Is something for which nre there is no excuse. There are other thoughts which it is a pity to allow to get beyond your own brain. It la unfortunate Indeed to have them, but at least you can resolve that they shall never get outside of their birthplace* If you think this world la fi dreary, dismal place, what la the food of saying so? If morbid, angry thoughts have taken possession of you, I stamp them out as you would a breed pf snakes. Be brave enough to apeak th* thought which should be spoken, no matter whether It la likely to be pop ular or not. And be strong enough to bold ln a leash the thought which. If It should escape, would work harm to pthers,—Selected. What He Didn't Like About Helen. Helen, Kenneth's little playmate, was to have a party. Only girls were to be invited, but Kenneth was un aware of this fact. He longed for an Invitation and expected one np to the day of the party. But alas! the Invita tion didn't come. Downhearted, he said "You know, mother. I to his mother: like Helen awfully Well, but I cer tainly don't like her ways." Washing Poor People's Feet. Wie custom of washing the feet of the poor on Maundy Thursday at Whltehail was ^served by English sovereigns until the end of the sev enteentlTccnturv. After that the cere monv wn« performed on their behalf by ! STLÄ. -, T«* «*. ~ die of the eighteenth century. Poet Immortalized Hemp. Longfellow has iinmortaUzcd the uses of hemp in his famous poem. "The Ropewnik." ln which he makes us see the rope made into a swing for two lovely maidens, the tightrope for the tired, spangled girl of the cheap street | vaudeville show, tne cord that the old ; bell ringer pulls when he rings the ; noonday hour ; through his eyes we so« the schoolboy flying his kite, the farm er's wife drawing a bucket of cool wa ter from the well on the old homestead *nd many other beautiful pictures. I flSTHMADOR GUARANTEED _To INSTANTLY RELIEVE ASTHMA OR MONEY REFUNDED-ASK ANY DRUGGIST Calf Enemies WHITE 8COUR8 BLACKLEG Your VtUrliuritn can «tamp them out with Cutter's Anti-Calf Scour Serum and Cutter's Germ Free Blackleg Filtrate and Aggressin, o* Cutter's Blackleg Pills. Ask him about them. If he hasn't our literature, write to us for information on these products. The Cutter Laboratory Berkeley, Cal., or Chicago, III. Thm Laboratory That K • Haw -J I Every Woman Wants — V, M. Hi [ilk a A FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved in water for douches stops pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflam mation. Recommended by Lydia E. Pi nkh am Med. Co, for ten years. A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, «Ore throat and sore eyes. Economical. Ha* ettnedmary dem nu, and «cnninrial Saanla Frae. 50c. afl dnjjsnu. DC*UM, XVT—. ^ a.. •' j j j ! ■ i Your Best Asset -A Skin Cleared By Cuticura Soap All drorriata: Soap Z5 Ointment 2S 4 50, Talean 2S Sample aaefa free of "Catleara, Dept E. Seetoc " ÄW E E K S * Pro« COLDS AND u SRIPPI M •ae afford to Insist Air Mail for Spain. A firm ln Spain has applied to the ; gp an j s i, government for the privilege , 0 j. carrying ma ii on airplanes through j ou j diat country and between Madrid j and (j^g Balearic Islands. If authoriza tJon is granted, the firm plans to Issue I stamps with the government's approv | j Thousands upon thousands of women have kidney and bladder trouble and I never suspect it. j Women's complaints often prove to be else but kidney trouble, or the result of kidney or bladder disease. If the kidneys are not in a healthy condition, they may cause the other or to become diseased. al for use in this air service. WOMEN SUFFERERS MAY NEED SWAMP-ROOT gans Pain in the back, headache, loss of am bition, nervousness, are often times symp toms of kidney trouble. Don't delay starting treatment. Dr. .... Kilmer's Swamp-Root, a physician s pre ecnption, obtained at any drug store, may be ;x«t the remedy needed to overcome sucl conditions. mediately from any drug store. However, if you wish first to test this great preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton. N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and mention this paper.—Adv. Get a medium or larie size bottle im Using "Cut-Over" Lands, Agricultural possibilities of over" lands in Louisiana have been once more demonstrated by Ed Strain, n farmer living a mile and a half north 0 f St. Benedict, producing a bale of cotton an acre on cut-over land brok en and prepared In the fall and planted in cotton ln the spring of the next "cut year. The fact that Mr. Strain is a blacksmith by trade and has taken to fanning only recently renders the agrt cultural feat the more remarkable, INDIGESTION, GAS, UPSET STOMACH HURRY! JUST EAT ONE TABLET OF PAPE'S DIAPEPSIN FOR INSTANT RELIEF. *d f , tomsch P® 1 * 1, lum P s f ln heartburu or headache. Here is instant When meals don't fit No waiting! and you belch gas. acids and undigest When you feel indigestion cellef. P / [D)\ ff I "/\ £ u \ u \ . Just as soon :as yon e,« a ta' b et of ra P e s Diapcpsln all the d ^p*l . ?,^ es,i " n and stomach dlstte»en«U P ensnn '- harm ess 5S2S rs Zr riZ M Uttle at drug stores.-Adv. P Glorious Tips. -The hills are tipped with ^ yy eary Woomln g hill. _ (Uften Your EyCS Need Care MnHnP Fvtt Remedy TO M»™® "£ ««P*® m Walter—I wish I was a The foot pads of deaf cats are said to he much more sensitive than those of their fellows with hearing. ms PERISH «"I CANADIAN STEAMER FOUNDERS DURING NIGHT, ALL ON BOARD BEING LOST. Northerner« who Had Left Ice-Bound Region for the State« Meet Death When Storm-Battered Ve««el Strikes Reef Off Skagway. Seattle. Wash.—Three hundred and forty-three persons, most of them out bound Alaskans and residents of the Yukon territory, lost their lives when the Canadian Pacific steamship com pany's passenger steamer Princess I Sophia was battered last Thursday by storms, dragged across Vanderbilt reef and dropped to the bottom of Lynn canal, an arm of the Inside passage Alaska. not far north of Skagway, According to latest reports, every one on board was drowned. Shipping men said the los> of the Sopliia with all aboard was the worst marine disaster in the history of the Pacific coast. The vessel, 2320 tons gross. has been plying in western Canadian and south eastern Alaska waters since she was built in 1912. The vessel, it was thought, was ear rying a capacity load of passengers, nearly all northerners, who had taken the last steamboat up the Yukon river before the ice and had boarded the Sophia at Skagway. The passengers were among the hundreds who left Alaska this fall to spend the winter in the states and Canada. They had come as far as White Horse by river boat and there had boarded trains for the Alaska port. Wednesday the heavily loaded Sophia left Skagway for Vancouver and Victoria. Not many hours out she ran into one of the first snow storms of the year. Early Thursday, in the dark of the storm, she ran L»is out and the aground on the Vanderbilt reef, tress calls were sent United States lighthouse tender Cedar, the United States government steamer Peterson and several small boats went When daviight assistance. to her came it was found the boat was rest ing easy and the weather calm, and it was decided not to remove the p»s«en gers. The stonii sprang up Thursday and the winds whipped down the long, nar row I.ynn canal with hurricane force. The Sophia, in the path of the gale, was pounded against the rocks, count of the danger of stranding, the I m ac near-by ships did not dare to go near her. Lifeboats were Impossible, al though the shore was not many yards gale in away. Thursday night the creased in fury and many of the passengers siept. lifted the steamer up, dragged her across the reef and sent her to the bottom. probably while Spits of Great CAN'T HOLD THEM BACK. Americans Advance in Odds. The American sec Wnshinjrton. ond army, under Major General Bul lard. is holding ihe Wocvre. This was disclosed by Gen eral Pershing in his communique re ceived Saturday night at the war de partment. Repulse of heavy German front northwest of line in the attacks on the Verdun by Major- General first American army also I-iggett's was re ported. In its first major operation against the Germans, considering the ■•lenring out of the St. Mihie! salient as a local affair, the American army, in a few days less than a month, has liberated than forty-five villages and ad more va need to an average depth of ten miles, freeing 165 square miles of ter In the offensive the Ameri ritory. than 20,000 prisoners. Express Rates Increased. Washington.—New express rates in volving average increases of about 10 per cent, allied mainly on short haul«, will be initiated shortly by the Ameri can Railway Express company with the approval of Director General Mc Adoo, to raise $24.000.000 added reve nue. Japs Shatter Bolshevik Forces. Tokio.— Bolshevik detachment* which remained in the region of Biagovest schensk and Poehfkalso. on the Amur river, have been shattered by the Jap anese troops and are no longer con sidered a menace, the war offie-e an nounced Saturday. Complete Daylight Sav.ng Period. Washington.—The American public on October 26 completed Its first pe ^ of saving." satisfied results. Beyond the physical ^ <)f cltK . k< an „ watches the change scarcely will lx- noticed by •» —- — Reply Pleases Czech-Slovaks. Viadlvostok.-In Russia where thou- ^nds of Czechoslovaks are for national independence, fighting Wilson's was receive»! with reply to Austria great enthusiasm. The < Zivils thaik it ojiens the way to I'n.gne. Austrian Troops Revolt. Basel.—Vienna newspapers are pub- lishing articles relative to preparations for demobilizing the army. One news- paper saj8 that two infantry regi- ments stati«>ned at Karlowitz have re- volted. 100K « CHILD'S -»a, HURRY, MOTHER! REMOVE POI 80N8 FROM LITTLE 8TOMACH, LIVER, BOWELS. GIVE CALIFORNIA SYRUP OF FIGS AT ONCE IF BILIOUS OR CONSTIPATED. I j , Look at the tongue, mother ! If coated. It 1« a sure sign that your lit tie one'o stomach, liver and bowels needs a gentle, tho-ough cleansing at once. When peevish, cross, listless, pale, doesn't sleep, doesn't eat or act natu roily, or is feverish, stomach sour, breath bad; has stomach-ache, sore throat diarrheea. fell of cold, give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of Figs." and *u a few hours all the foul. constipated waste undigested food and sour bile gently moves out of the Uttle bowels without griping, and you l 1/ I y) have a well, playful child again. You needn't coax sick children to take this harmless "fruit laxative;" they love its delicious taste, and it alwavs makes them feel splendid. * , ... w s Ask your druggist for a bottle of "California Syrup of Figs." which has directions for babies, children of all ages and for grown-ups plainly on the bottle. Beware of counterfeits sold here. To be sure you get the genuine, ask to see that It Is made by the "Cali fornia Fig Syrup Company." Refuse any other kind with contempt.—Adv. Largest French Cargo Boat. On April 24th last, the largest steam er ever built for the French merchant marine was launched from the Chan tiers de France at Dunkirk. France. The Germans tried to destroy the ship by aerial bombs, with long-range Important to Mothers Exam in. carefully every bottle of CASTORIA. that famous old remedy for Infants and children, and see that it Tlie vessel measures 444 feet in length, displaces 19.000 tons, and bas a total carrying capacity of 12.000 tons. guns and by destroyers. The success ful completion of the work is a won derful tribute to French determination in the face of almost insuperable ob stacles. Bears the //\ Signature of Çj£ r jC^/~î > - In Use for Over 30 Years. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria X New Record. In an exhibition recently in Fort Worth, Tex.. Lient. M. J. Plumb, a Chi CHgo flyer, set new world record. He "looped the loop" 144 successive times. Do Him Justice. Nero wasn't much as an example of domesticity, but be kept the Rome fires burning. K~P Mk » well „ «wide by tsklag » sentie lasatlee at least <w«-e a week, roch as Doctor Plerve-* Pl-aeant Ptlets. Adr. Munition laborers In Berlin. Ger many, can earn $20 Oto $250 a month. A pure blue is shown by experimeni to lie the nafifal color of water. Middle Aged Womeiv» m / 7/A /j Are Here Told the Best Remedy for Their Troubles. I / k "V. •i / er. Free mont, O.—"I was passing through the critical period of life, being forty-six years of age and bad all the symptoms incident to that change — heat flashes, nervousn.NS and was in a general run down condition, bo it was hard for me to do my work. Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound was recommended to me as the best remedy for my trouble«,which it surely proved to be. I feel better and stronger in every way since taking it, and the annoying symptoms have disap red."—Mrs. M. Goddex, 923 Napoleon St, Fremont, t Ali North Hstpis. Conn.—"Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound restored mv health after eTervthinsr el£0 had failed when passing' through chanfre of life* Thera is nothing- like it to overcome the trying sr-mptoms.* «— ilrs. Flobjlscx Isxllj^Box 197, North Haven, Conn r«v s LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND j has the greatest record for the greatest good r^Iiass. LYDIA E PINKHAM MEDICINE CO. LYN a SPANISH INflUENZA—WHAT IT IS AND HOW IT SHOUID BUREA1Q) Simply the Old Grip or La Grippe That Was Epidemic in 1889-90, Only Then It Car.:e From Russia by Way of France and This Time by Way of Spain Nothing New Spain in May, has all the appearances of grip, or ia grippe, which has swept over the world in numerous epidemics as far back as history runs. Hippoc-, rates refers to an epidemic in 412 B. C.. which is regarded by many to have been influenza. Every century has had its attacks. Beginning with 1831 this country has had five epidem les. the last in 18*9-90. I There is no occasion for panic fnflu-, " nz: ' ir y lf has a ver ? ,ow Percentage , 0t . fataI,tI ^— BOt 0y *f * CbrLd of health. The chief danger !ieg ln complications arising, attack ine principally patients in a run-down condition—those who don't go to bed eo«u enough or those who get up too , esr u- u u , j T « . „ Y betfns with a chill followed hi? j achli>r feverishness, and sometimes nausea and dizziness, and a general to Bed and Stay Quiet — _ _ke a Laxative — Eat Plenty of Nourishing Food—Keep Up your Strength — Na ture Is the Only "Cure" ALWAYS CALL A DOCTOR NO OCCASION FOR PANIC Spanish influenza, which appeared in feeling of weakness and depression. The temperature is from 100 to 104. and the fever usual 1 y last s from three to ® ve Sff™ 8 at t a< J th , e wacons membrane or lining of^the air passages. nose, throat and bronchial £, hes ? thprp „ MM , l3r m hard „mgh, ««^.jaiiy bad at nicht ; oftentimes a ?ore throat or tonsillitis, and frequently all the appearances of a severe head cold, THE TREATMENT Go to bed at the first symptoms, not only for your own sake, but to avoid spreading the disease to others—take a purgative, eat plenty of nourishing food, remain perfectly quiet and don't Quinine, aspirin or Dover's worry. Powders, etc., may be administered by the physician's directions to relieve the arhing. But there is no cure or spe cific for influenza—the disease must Nature herself will run its course. throw off the attack if only you keep up your strength. The chief danger lies in the complications which may arise. Influenza so weakens the bodily resistance that there is danger of pneu menia or bronchitis developing, and sometimes Inflammation of the middle ear. or heart affections. For these rea sons It is very Important that the patient remain in bed until his strength returns—stay in bed at least two days or more after the fever has left yon. or if you are over 50 or not strong stay i n four days or more, according to ,jj e severity of the attack, _ /* Stoma Cost Don t ''Wornv ind imes that's that's t : m a > feed 'em. matter of 'em. Nearly as bad as distemper. bad. • • te. and tone 'em up ail round Full a !!§ I- k ; : t< mi I 0 err. to dea improve t "physi« ith each bottle, and s Spoils'« CompGsad w r appe F ; -A V* and blood. and direct jrl and A ■>n t A all druggists. SPOHV MEDICAL CO-, «Mb». Ind. U. S. A. Calculating. "My doctor warns me not to over Distrust. "My husband has written me three ten-page letters describing bow he has eat t.:k*!> care of the rubber tree and the goiiitish and everything, him.' "Any objection to that?" Only I could have gotti seme advice from Mr. Hoover for nothing." the "No. I distrust ■Why?" If he " pre workins as hard :is h " says he is. he wouldn't have time to do Philadelphia is to have 800 new dwellings, to be erected by the goveru j ment. all that letter writing." The Busy Stork. Every year 22-50.00U babies are horn Locus: eggs, treated with snlphurle in tli- United States. Tile dally birth acid and !i:ne. are used as fertilize» rate is a little over 6.179. ; in Mediterranean countries. EXTERNAL APPLICATIONS In order to stimulate the lining at the air passages to throw off the grippe germs, to aid in loosening the phlegm and keeping the aJr passages open, thu* r.>aking the breathing easier, Vick's VapoRnb will be found effective. Hot, wet towels should be applied over the throat, chest and back between the shoulder blades to open the pores, Then VapoRub should be rubbed In over the parts until the skin is red, spread on thickly and cover with two thicknesses of hot flannel cloths. Leave -tie clothing loose around the neck, as the heat of the body liberates the ln g-redients In the form of 78 pora. These vapors, inhaled with each breath, r^rry the medication directly to the p^rfg affected. At the same time VapoRub is absorbed through and stimulates the skin, attracting the fijrxvi to the surface, and thus aida i n relieving the congestion within HOW TO AVOID THE DISEASE ^nrt^ilv a ^„„bang m^ng'or^^ftting ' arf ** ^. rson , 'having col ds—vrltidi av0 . ;41n? crowds—common drinking cup«, rolier towels, etc. Keep up your bodily strength by plenty of ,n ^ r « ayoi ' î f %!*?:** 1 - .. _____ ' reeding *' KEEP FREE FROM COLDS Use Vick's VapoRub at the very first sign of a coid. For a head cold, melt a little VapoRnb hi a spoop and Inhale the vapors, or better stiQ, use Vapo Rnb ln a benzoin steam kettle. If this is not available, use an ordinary tea kettle. Fill half-full of boiling wa ter. put In half a teaspoon of VapoRub from time to time—-keep the kettle just slowly boiling and inhale the steam arising. Vick's VapoRub is the dis covery of a North Carolina druggist, who found how to combine, in salve form. Menthol and Camphor with such volatile oils as Eucalyptus. Thyme, Ca bebs, ete_ so that when the t live is ap plied to the body heat, these ingredi ents are liberated in the form of va Not pors. VapoRub is comparatively new In New York State and New England and a few Western states where It la just now being introduced, but In other, sec tions of the country it is the standard home remedy in more than a million homes for all forms of cold troubh % Over six million jars were sold last year. VapoRnb can he had ln three «;zes at all druggists. It is particular ly recommended for children's croup and colds, since it is externally applied and therefore can be used as freely as desired without the slightest Harmful effects.