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pl r TUESDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 19, 1920. THE OCsDfcN a l A H L AKD-h AAivUN hR 11
I LATE NEWS IN THE WORLD OF SPORT
I LEOPARDS WORK
I HARD FOR TIGElS
Romncv's Aqqrerjation Exqect
M Hard Fought Contest at Salt
Lake Against Ogden Hi ,
That the Ofrdcn Tln will give th
K - High LeOPSnlS one of t h ? touch-
M (tm on IIm arid Of the iMIW
B when the two marhlnea clash at Salt
l.ake Saturday. Is the opinion of tport
H follower of Ball Lake Tha majority
BH of the Salt Uker naturally pick the
IH Leopard to win bill from advance
dope the mrgin of tha scoring wi" ;
H I-aet fMT the T,i'parda ran wild ,
H atralnat every opponent in the atateh
ax. ept the Ofden Tlgexa In the Tigers
iSjSBj trumtm lhv x firMl hut oulnta. hold- t
D J mr the locals to aero. U. however.
' was a ori ishlblllon of the Amen
tiH ran fame rni'l showed what a ream
HH o )! do whTi in flirhtlnff trim
Thi. aea..on the locale will he with
out the services of Lee Richard, all
atAte bacll m If If. but with Capiam
1 Allison Bitten hark In harness the lo-
1 cats are expected to anow ctaas p -
1 lore. Coa h IVteron la working his
men h.irii ii preparation for 'he m,,
but will, no doubt, put them
H through IOHIC harder pace? during the
fl r' m unlnc days of the weci..
aptaln HenderMn. of the leopard
18 reported to be on the Injured list,
but It la probable that he will be In
tha fraj iKuinat the loo. I- He Is one
"V of the'ln-t bets In the state at the
HH pUOl i oitlon and was an all-state man
last season Livingston. Roberta,
Myers Itnrkes and Kump are the
othOI baokflOld stars, who are ex
pected to shatter the Ogden tine. End
adopted b; the Leopard? The Leop
In h.rrn n Snntli and Pa pworlll.
Thus far this season the leopards
have played their rivals off their feet
and have totaled large scores In every
eontoal In which they have tAken part
The record score for the Leopards.
HB however, for the season war the 10?
ICON rolled up lasl week aguinrt
At the Ogden lair Coach TeterKon
is being assisted this week, but old
graduates who have hopes of inatui-
ing pepper and fight into the Tigers
in order that they may whow to their
best against the Leopards New d
fsnsSi have been worked out for the
slashing end rutin and forward p&ssr.-s
being used by the Leopards, and It
Is expected that the Tigers will twist
the tall of the Leopards. Students
of the high choo1 will leave Ogden
Saturday noon in a special train for
Salt Iake. where they will root for
their il.iy r. The game will start .it
3 o'clock sharp.
FORMER STAR TO
L ASSIST GRID TEAM
I , SPOKANE, Wash.. Oct. IS. Wee !
B i oyh (botball start sained 'he ascen-l
danc: todij over William J Coylo
raadldate for lieutenant governor on'
the Kpublnan ticket. Followinr; the1
ilefeat of the Uuiveraltj of Washington !
HP Saturday ;it the hands of Montana. I
Coyle hcedr-d an appeal today from
Coach Allison at Seattle nnd aban
doned hi.s cauipaiKn plans for this
week to hurry bck to assist in shap
inc the Washington lea tnfor it? amo
with Oregon Agricultural college Sat
Coyle, several years ago a star on
the Washington team, was arranging
today fot a speaker to fill his engage
ments for the remainder of this week
In eastern Washington, and planned to
leave for Seattle immediately after his
meeting tonight at Newport.
Quartet Which Won Honors
for America al Antwerp
Four of the world's a;rtest awiltl
mers. winners of honors the recent
Oltmpi'- games at Antwerp, were Og
den iitor Mondas Th. wc-r I'uk
atahanamokU, I'ua haloha. Warren
Kealoha ani BUI Harris who with
tbeir manager and C0CB CI Center
are returning to the coast from th
gamea staged overseaa
At 'he Olympic game the iMlkr--'
was first In tho 100 meters swim,
mashing the world 'a. record covering
the distance in 1 minue two flftl sec
jnds. The ADake" hI-u won this cent
t StoeUhulm in 1 S 12 He was h' '
ifinal member of the AmerHun reli
team which shattered two worlit'v rei
(ord8 in 'he recenl Kuine-v Ife Is the
Iholder of the worlds reordK In th
50-yard swim, the 1 00 -yard free ftyle
(and the 10ft-rnetcrs -wlms.
Pua Kealoha was second place win
ner in the lOO-metera at Antwerp Hi
wa- also a member of the American
relay team. His brother Warren le
the world's hampion backstroke1
swimmer In the 100-metera he broke
the pre lous world's ref-ord tiy si -'-ond
covering the distance in 1 min
I uto frondK He if also a remark
able free style swimmer. He waa the ,
ifirst substitute to place on the Ameri
can team. Harris was winner of third i
I place in the 100-meters at Antwerp.;
I He recognised as one of (he qomlOf
chornplons in the w;iter art.
En route to their homes in Hono
lulu the men W'M enter competitions
on the coast
PESEK WINS FEATURE
CONTEST FROM STANGLE
SIOUX CITY. la. Oct. IS.- John
Pesek, of Nebraska, was awarded the
decision in a mat bout fonifchl from
Joe Stangle of Carroll, la . after the
m n had wrestled om- hour and three
minutes of practically een wrestling.
Stanple suffered an accidental knock
out and was unable to go on with the
match. Stangle was behind Pesok and
procured a head hold In his attempt
to free himself Pesek roe to his feet.
With BtanfleJ perched on his shoulder,
he becam' uubalaneed and fell back
Wards, planting an elbow in Si angel's'
stomach. The Iowa grappler was com 1
pletely knocked out and unable to go
on. Penek also was stunned by the
SPEAKER LEAVES ON
EASTERN HUNTING TRIP
PETERBORO, Ont.. Oct. 18. Tris '
Speaker, manager of 'he world B cham
pion (.'h-veland Aiuei i an "in-, h.i i
ball team left here today for R . Lake
on a hunting trip which will be ft a
tured by a visit to the Hiawatha tribe;
of Indians b whom Speaker will be
made a chief Plans for the ceremonv
were started bv the Indians during UK
FAST PLAY IN ARMY
POLO TOURNEY IN EAST
JUNCTION CITY. Kan., Oct. 18. '
The Fort Riley Bluejays defeated Kan
8as City 11 to 3 and lath Cavalry For'
D. A. Russell, Wyo . won from Camp
Funston, 7 to 4. in the third days
play of the central department polo
tournament at Fort Riley today.
I "I smiled'
I and Le snoi me
AFTER MONTHS and monthe v ADDED HER howl.
e - -
MY WIFE persuaded me. I TRIED again
TO HAVE It done. THIS TIME thev were great.
SO I wert around. FOR HERE'S what happened.
TO THE photographer. THE PHOTOGRAPHER said.
AND GOT BOgged ' "LOOK THIS way. please."
WHEN THE picturei came. AND HELD up bomethlng.
I SHOWED tem to a gang AS HE pushed the huttoa,
OF AMATEUR art critics AND NO one could help.
AMD PROFESSJONAL craba. BUT LOOK pleasant.
DISGUISED AS fnends. FOR WHAT he held np.
WHO FAVORED mo. WAS A nice ful! pack.
WITH SUCH remarks a-. OF THE egarette8
"DOESN'T HE look natural"" THAT SATISFY
"HAS n pot a baiir
41 A GREAT resxrmblance.''
ANn Twa- tod f I G FT T np a hesterfleld and
AND THA , but one. Mnse ,hp KoodnPBS or lbofC fine
Mane i4, Turkish and Domestic tobaccos In
me tore tnat wonderful Chesterfield blend.
e Taste that flavor' Sniff that aroma!
SO WHEN friend wife You'll register "They Satlsrv." You
' can't help It.
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Grass-Chewing Title Also
Goes To Spoke!
-V ' . it-
3tT TRJS SPEAtE&
By LORRY K. JACOBS. i
Many ball players chew long green
while they are on the field, subject
to nervous and mental strain, but Tris
Bpeaker the gTeat director of the
Cleveland Indians, doesn't.
Spoke uses a substitute for tobacco
that gtts the same results or perhaps
better. Orasss that's the kind of I
Chewing tobacco that hj relied on to
help hlni think out the knotty prob
lems that won Cleveland's American
league pennant and a world title,
lit . f 1 1 1 OHPE1 l -
Hughie Jennings used to pick i- isa
in the c-oachcr's box in the staging of'
hifl Eyah! Ty "em tv" yell. I
Hut Tris has pot Hughie bcati n a
country block in picking ,n' blades.
H- has i Ik- gr.ix-o;itlng championship
bound, gagged and tiel to the mast, i
Trbt eats more grass during a base-;
ball game than an elephant eats hay
during a circus performance.
SAVAGELY ( lll .W B.
If you've ever watched the gTeat
player-manager during a big leapue
g.irne you know what 1 meant. Aft r
By GRID JURY
Practically All Vernon Team
of 1919 Season Will Be
LOS ANGELES. Oct. 18 W. Rabej
Borton. former member of the Vernon
team of the Pacific Coast baseball
league was the first witness today be
fore the county grand jury in its
innnatlon of irrepnlnrilies in the
league during the 1919 season. IJ.jr
ton recently was dismissed from the
club in connection with alleged gambl
Practically all lhf members of th
Vernon team for that year, including
William Esslcki manager, arc under
-ubpoena to appear before Dk ci.th!
HUNTERS SET FORTH TO
BAG BIGGEST GRIZZLY
(By International Newi Service ) i
JASPER I'AKK. Alta. Old Crip '
awoke in hit lair in the Mount Robson
country this summer and found him
self famous. He Is declared to be the
biggest grizzly ever seen in those
WTiere he came from Is a mystery.
He made his bow is a mystery He
made his bow to society on the head
waters of the Frazer when he rose on
his hind legs behind a patch of briar
and quietly surveyed at a distance ofl
ten fect a party of berry pickers, iu-
luding two women, from Teto JaunwJ
on the r.rand Trunk Pacific Railway.
The party returned to town hurriedly
leaving their pails Of berries to the
bear. Since then he has been scn n
number of time by miner? and pros-1
tectors. He limps in his off fori foot.
His injury, which is perhaps a souvenir
of some ancient encounter with
hunter, has given him his nam of
"Old Crips." .
Dr. Frank Romlg. T Paul Thom
son and Mrirris Ackerman, of Clevw
land, and Dr Clarence F. Hardy, ot j
Milwaukee, have arrived hen nn a
dunlin: expedition. When they
learned of the monster bear the) pre
pared to Invade his wilderness domain
and swore thev would brinp bark the
hide of the Mount Robson monarch
among their trophies. Mr. Ackerman
I Is a noted bie; game sportsman.
They ha,"ve taken the trail S4th
1 twenty-five pack horst-s and three
mountain guides, headed by Donald
i Phillips, of Jasper. Thev will -rend
forty dnys In pursuit of bear, moun
tain goat, deer and mountain sheep.
Rik' game. It Is said, has not been so
plentiful In the Fraser River country
Thire arc more people of Pol ah
3vedlah Norwegian and Bohefnlai
nationalities residing In Chicago than
In any other city of the I'nllc-d 81 ii
nearly every play during the entire
game Speakei SWOOPS down on ftn In
offensive blade of grays and savagely
chews It up. That one Is no more than
consumed until he attacks another
'f coumc, there 's a historical pre
cedent for Speaker's work, for you
remember the case of old Nebuchad
nezzar, don't you? '.'Id Neb went into
the grass-eating business In a serious
way. But, of course, Speaker isn't
serious about it. ife sajs it's mere
I. WW BARBER.
"I have to have sonic way of giving
vent to my physical nervousness." savs
he. "t am bo Intensely Interested in
every play that I forget everything
else and this grass eating has simply
become a habit with me. I really be
lieve it would fo pretty tough for me
LO hae to play on u field that didn't
sport any lawn."
And so it is that when Tris is com
ing to town the ball park lawn barbers
put the old lawn mowers away for
they know 'I rls will keep the green
shaved off for them In good shape.
FINAL WEEK OF
GRAND CIRCUIT TO
ATLANTA. Ga., Oct. 18 The open
Ing today of the iin.il w.elc of Grand
Circuit racing under idea! weather con '
ditions and with Ihe track in fairly
good condition brought out four hotly
contested events, three pacing and on e
John Henry, bay gelding and a con-1
sitenl winner this season, the prop
erty of Thomas VY. Murphy, look thi
2:05 pace winning the first and ihird
heati , his best time being 8:02ft. The,
212 pace went to Captain Mack, a
brown horse, in straight heals of
2:05.,. while the 2:20 class pacing
was won by Nellie s. a bay man
owned by c G English of Rome, Ga.,
and piloted bv George Miles. Dest
In tbe trotting event, open to the j
2:09 class. E. Colorado, bay horse,
(owned by the Cox stable and driven
by Cox, won by taking the first and
third heat. Rest time 2:10Vi
GRAND JURY EXCUSES
EBBETS AND FRAZEE
CHICAGO, Oct. 19. When the spe- j
cial grand jury Investigating gambling
in oiganlzed baseball resumed its In- j
vestlgation today. Charles Ebbcts, own
er of the Brooklyn Nationals, and Harry
H. Frazee, president of the Boston
Americans, were excused as witnesses. I
Both Iibbets aJid Frazee told Hart
ley p. Raplogle, assistant state's at- j
torney. that thi i) had no information
about gambling, but expressed their
Willingness to return later If they were
Before leaving the state's attorney's
office Mr. Ebbcts said he was Im
pressed with the work of the grand '
jury and hoped that It would be possl
bhs for It to recommend the adoption
of the Laaker plan for the re-organization
Mr Fbbets, whose club won the
National league championship this sea
son, made the statement that he ex- j
pected to retire from baseball. He
said he would retire when he received
his price, which he did not name, for
his National league franchise and
"I have been in the game for 38
years," Mr. Ebbets said, "and think
it's about time for me to quit I an.
01 years old now and want to retire."
AKRON. O., Oct. 18. Benny Leon
ard, lightweight champion, outpointed
Johnny Tllman. St Paul welterweight
in a ten round bout tonight. The men
entered tbe ring at catch weights. T.V
man was aggressive, but Leonard way
too fast and clever.
Tfi MEET RIVAL
Three Races Arranged to De
cide Title Holder; Compari
son of Schooners Made
"jLOCC'ESTER. Mass. Oct. IS1
"Give us xod sa we.tthr and we'll!
make the international iup rnen look '
i.k- i rink tea." aald the Glourpjier 1
fishermen when they came in from tn
banks lu'e today to prepare a welcome1
for the .'o:i Scotia fisherman w no
n duo In GJouce.f-r tomorrow to1
romplMr arrangements tor the race;
between the American schooner Eape
inU and the '"anadiun ehall'nscr Del-!
An announcement tonight commi-- I
ioriA,i Capuin Mjrtin I.. Welch, cap-;
tain and part owner of tb auxiliary
( schooner Thclma as skipper of the
ttt ,' ra.ntc in the raco. Four captains,
well known as tho 'best killpr-t' of the
coast,' were named as members of her
crew of 25,
Al the conference tomorrow, the
local fishermen expect to ask the
Canadian challengers for a series of
Iimf nylons of the contesting schoon
ers were made public tonight as fol
lows ES I ' K K A STO Net t onnace 9 1.3:1.
Length la T f. et I inch Hre.idtb
-'" feet 1 inches. Depth 11 feet 4
lei. a wanna Net tonnage or..
Length Kit? feet I inchey. Breudt'i---6
feet H inches. Depth H tool I
NEW YORK REPORTS
SCRANTON, Pa. net IS Huev
.lenninc. former manager of the De
troit American league baseball club,
I who returned here tonight, dented re
ports 'hat he is to manage the New
1 York American next year
"I have not quit bus-ball fcr good
and lb coming season will, in ;.ll prob
ability find me back on the major
league diamonds," he added.
He expects to spend the winter in
Scranton continuing his practice of
Maw. Mr Jennings made definite an
nouncement that he baj been offered
ihe managership of two major league
clubs, on: in the American league mid
Ithe olhr-r in Ihe National.
DE VALERA CONDEMNS
BRITISH RULE IN ERIN
OGDENSBCRG N Y.. Oct. 19. Bs
monn dc Valera. "presld'-nt of the
Irish republic," yesterday charted that
during the last 20 months "British
murder gangs raided Irish homes and
thru there have been close to 0,
000 such raids nnd robberies "
Addrewing delegates of ihe Self-. I
Detdffillnaflon league of Canada and,
New Foundland, de Valera said that
the government of the British Em
pire. ..f which Canada is a part, has
Instigated campaign in Ireland of
organized assassination, of the repre
sentatives of the Irish people.'
He characterized this as "a general
campaign of frlghtfulneSfl ot which
any civilized government would be
ashamed, directed against the civilian
population and strictly parallel to the
campaign which the Qermans wet'
alleged to have carried on against the
Belgians." "men were dragged from
! their beds and brutally murdered, wo
I men and children were terrorized." he
said. "There have been no less than
T7 such murders, and those murders
do not include men who met thei
death in armed struggle with British
'More than 10O towns and villages
have been destroyed in older to In
fllct loss upon the peopl'-. Trans
portation has been held up in certain
districts with the idea of using the
weapon of starvation.
"Murderers against whom linequlvo
! cal verdicts have been brought by cor
, oners have been not punished but pro
moted Now Inquests ie forbidden.
Over 1 10 Inquiries conducted by civil
: authorities have fixed responsibility
for unprovoked pillage and bloodshed
on the British armed forces, and over
fifty coroners' juries have passed on
the verdicts of wilful murder."
GIRLS BAN FALSE
HAIR 1DORS Ml NTS
(By International News Service.)
Hi 1ST' N. Mass R- :-i -. ' false
This or some other shrill war -1 :
like it Is on the lip? of the girls of ;
the College of Liberal Arts. Boston
university, whose natural curls and'
v.nc: are the envy of their sister1
students in other colleges hereabouts.
The freshles particularly are the bane
of the "permanent wavers" and:
showed it to good udvan'ag at their
Gamma Delia initiation by the soph- j
When the rites ar? over the girls
will be permitted to remove their j
green hair ribbons and put up their i
Notice to All Masons
To the members of El Monle Com
mandery No 2 K. T.. Ogden Chapter
No. 2 K A. M.( Weber Lodge No. 6
F and A. M., Unity Lodge No. 18
P and A M. and George Washing
ton Lodge U. D. F. and A M
You are hereby notified that at the
Masonic Temple at Ogden City, We
ber County, State of Utah, that on
he 23d day of October, 1920, ut 8
o'clock p. m. of said day, there will
bo held a meeting of the members
of said Masonic Lodges for the pur
pose ol considering and acting upon
the proposition of forming the mem
bers of said Masonic Lodges, together
with members of all luture Masonic
Lodges under the same jurisdiction
and having tbe same Jurisdiction, as
Id above named Masonic Lodges,
into a corporation, not for pecuniary
prolit, under the laws of tho Stato
The foregoing meeting was called
by tho Boaid of Directors of the Ma
tonic Temple Association of Ogden
Dated, this the 5 th day of October,
Fres. Board of Directors.
A Mc IN TOSH.
WearWell ' I
WE SELECT our gloves
primarily as accessories g
to keep the hands com- E
fortably warm in cool weather. life
Of course they must be 3tylish 1.
and durable, too We show only
the kind that are guaranteed ab- I
solutely We believe you 11 ap- If
preciate ihese policies in the sc- f
lection ot your Fall and Winter M
X R. MAN SLAIN;
: AUTO IS STOLEN
Details of Killing of A. D. Gard
ner Near Rock Springs
Details uf one of the moat brutal
murders ever recorded in Wyoming
have been received bv ogden railroad
According to ihe report A. D. Gard
ner, . Cnion Pacific icnductor WSfl
I Slain SrAuri-uy near his uutomooile by
la mun. to w nom he had given u rlUe
I The alleged murderer was taken
Into C ustvdy at Bvar.ston and la aid to;
I have made u complete confession
I According u his story Gardner I
en route from Lock Springs to Wrnii
sutler in his automobile when he was
nailed by u ion- pedestrian who re-j
lur-stecf i nuo into wamsutter. uara
n sr took the mojl into his machine.
About fle miles out of Wamsutterl
'Mijjin' trouble developed and Gurdtn-v
Stopped the car Whllt tinkering with
hie tai 'mt'.i ti p.as shot tiirce times
by tli man he hud befriended, accord
ing to his . onfeeelon. Ills bod: was
lound sr-orkl hours later and a posse
Immediately formed to hunt for tbe
The alleged murderer, whose name
N unknown to the lorul railroad offl-
jviuia, drove the car to Bvonston, wheri
he attempted in s,-ll it. to a mun Coi
15 300. This man happened to be th
sheriff, who niter first refusing to buy
the cai. arrested the driver when hj
offered to sell It for -J"0 and held him
Gardner's car was identified and th
man accused of the murder,. He con
fessed a. ordiii(- t-j advices reeel ed
hen- and was removed to Green Kiver.
to be held for trial.
Former Ogden Man Returning
From Overseas to Resume
Lieutenant and Mrs Eugene E. Pratt
have arrived at N w York from over
seas and wlH leave Wednesday for Og
den. according to a telegram Just re
ceived by the lieutenant's father. Judgl
A. E. Pratt.
Lieut, Pratt has served throve pearl
in un I'uimti -
yec.i hf- was :'ta:ioned with his r,.-gi
ment at N ledvrmandig, near Coblenz
Having resigned his commission
Lieut. Pratt will return to Ogden t
resume th,? practics of law.
During the greater part of the po
ft ir Lieut. Pratt served as jude ado
ute. which necessitated his travellnj
. circuit along the. Rhine river to si
When the United States declarei
war Ueul Pratt was one of the firs
from Ugdn to offer his services. Hi
went to port Douglas where he tool
bis oxaminatkon and was commissions!
1 lieutenant in the reserve corps. Go
iiiK to the Presidio, at San Francisco
he was given a commission In the reg
j ular army.
I He served for about two year
Atlantic seaboard stations and at th
i time of the signing of the armlstk
I his regiment was under orders to g
j Plant Starts on Run
After undergoinK thorough repairs
i the OKden plant of the Amalgamated
1 Sugar company resumed operations
!esterday. Improvements totallnx
1 more than $1.10.000 were made In the
l plant which now places the local in
I stitutlon on a par with the other
Amalgamated plants in the states of
Ctah and Idaho.
Beets In this section during the
' past three weeks have been shipped
to the Smithfleld and Logan factories
' owning to t h i- repair work belnc in
progress Vv itb the plant again In Op
! oration the beets of this section will
be handled through the Ogden plant.
New office headquarters. new
i f ncoa. new garages, new machinery
! and other new equipment is listed
In the improvements at the local fne
! tory. The olh r factories of the com
pany located in Idaho and Utah have
also undergone repairs, more than
$7i0.000 having been spent on im
SEATTLE There is much kissing
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il.c oed circles of the University of
Washington Sixteen fororitles havi
pledged 185 new members and the wild
scramble for "sisters" is over.
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Liver Pills .S-tTTLE
Foul accumu- n -v e? c
lauons that 1 r9 A S
poison the SiHIi-L
blood are ex- LsaBssassaassVa9L.J
pelled from the bowels and headachr.
dizziness and sallow skin are r-lieed.
Small PLH Small Dote Small Poo
Taate good, do good; ditaoKa i
instantly on torujrue or in watert
take at needed.
1 1 QUICK RELIEF!
I "AJ.SO IN TAWLbT FORM FO MOSI
WHO PRCrEW THEM,
MAC! by aeon a BOWNS ii
1 SCOTT'S EMULSION t
Grow Your Hair
After bSlag almost totally biU
York bu6.no man bair nd now j
hat a proUflc frowth at of 66 or
which b will lend tho genuine recipa
fre on reqneit to anr man or MU who
wlsbet to orenrome dindroff or cin n'w
hair erowth. Or tr.tinf box of Th prcp (
"atlon, Kotatko. will be mailed with
recina if Ton .end 10 rts.. stamps or
IfwTr Il.rddro., i. John H - Bn'.ta.n.
BT-301. bwlion F. Nw iork. i.
VyVMntJUF Nlsjhl and Mornloj.
l(J"mt Clean, Healthy
II " tfiXft Eye-11 they Tire' ltch
ci Smart or Burn, if Sore.
V 'g-.rC Irriuted, Inflamed or
YOUR LlLJ Granulated, use Murine
often Soothes. Refreshes. Safe for
Infant or Adult. At all Druggists. Write fdr
Free Eye Book. Mxume Era Ramedy Co., Chicaa, 1