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I Red Cross Membership
Campaign To Start In
Ogden Armistice Day
"The only person who does not t.e
lieve in the continuation off the dol
lar memberships in the American Red
"'ross in the one who does not know
what the Red Cross has been asked
.io do right here In our United Btat
.. well as nbrond during ih past
year." said John Edward Carver,
president of the Weber county chap
H ' I .ft nie tell yon whs; heed trier
has been for the nd Cross in our
i ountry and you will know whj we
should ask for the renewals this
month of the SOO'i 1ollar inembci
ships in W.eber COOnt) The drive Is
to Itart November 11.
'Thirty thousand people in one hnn
dred and sixty-four
rims of 73 disasters, residents of these
I'nlted Slates all of them :i9ked and
received lied Cross aid lasi year. Nine
hundred thousand dollars In cash and
supplies were distributed; thirty tenri
porary hospitals called into existence
thirty odd tnotoi corps organised;
seven special relief trains Sent to
places of disasters.
J what i ion br;
"In these 73 disasters including l'9
loinndoos and cyclones, two hurri
I canes, two cloud bursts, one hu.il
storm, two earthquakes, The landslide,
lS flies, one explosion, nine floods,
teji shipwrecks, one trmn wreck, four
riots, one motor accident and two
droughts, S&O persons were killed
1500 hundred weie injured, 18,000
' approximate!:- i were rendered home
li ss, w hile property valued of $85,-
,000 w as destroyed.
"The largest and most destructive
disaster of the year was at Corpus
Chrlstl, Tex in September, 1919. Ap
proximately 4uo wo- killed and 1
made homeless. The Red I i
ion director with a staff of 85 as-
slstanls administered . fund of $400,-
00. giving aid to 3600 faihlliei
four towns and rural districts and suf-
ficient supplies to enable it to stand
Because of tornadoes, the gulf and
like divisions were called upon to
send emergency relief with trained
workers to nearly 8 mm unities.
The two droughts In Montana and
I North Dakota exacted service from
the northern division; shipwrecks
proved the readines-i of tli- Atlantic
division, w Inlc a flood in 'ev M
' 'when the Rio Grande flooded a wide
area around San sfarcial exiled into
action the disaster relief department
of the mountain dh ision
ECMSRGI n I t i
"In over 40( chapters, special dls
aster preparedness committees have
been formed and S.'.iiKn.nnii i e n
set aside as an emergency fui:d by the
"The American Red Cross has fln
jtshed such relief acti itlei abroad
could be consistently discontinued and
; In this, and carrying on suh u ;.
ties, actually ne ded, has expended
' over fifty-one million dollars in for
t "From the signing of the armistice
$H :o January j. 1920, ihere was a gen-
ppsj ral consolidation R i ress op-
erating departments. tty June
operations hud so d thai
ppH were confined t.. Poland, S
pH .Montenegro, Albania. W..-..I Russia ,.
the Baltic. Vienna and Budapest Coii
pH s;.intlnople anu squth
Jn (dosing Its relief v.
pjjpjj ,ind Belgium, the most estensjve of all
pjjpjjj its overseas activities the American
pH Red Cross furnished supplies lo
pjjpjJJ villages and dlrectl
J00 Persons bj giit .,: nom-
LLh ,-, ' Durlng the v- i. American t: d
JJIJJ t ross distributed Ju.oyu warm
pH ments in ,. ,. i, i,,.
pH kcts and 20,0 , Th
pjjpjj hnd Smyrna ami 50.000 garincrie n
pH .the Greek colonies in A:;: Minor
'The work In Ruma f,
pjpjfl J'ear consisted in operating st hos-
ppj pltals. totalling HO bods, and in fur-
nishlng supplies to 2?.', olhei
JIJB Pltals; m treating over 6000 patients!
pjlH at dispensaries, m conducting 3
Jpa soup kitchens where :ioarl 100,000'!
pjpj were fed. In dry food distribution to'
ovei 170,000 and In distributing mis
cellaneousi articles to half a, million.
pH From .Much 3, 1919 the Amorl-'
85 Red i ' - i as isi led ,
LH rv!"rn ,Jls,rl,t " Poland where the
sB : hti!?K 1,1 Prog;-esa. in establish-!
m,A58, hJpi,als "' - ap.ict. ,Jf
pH ...12., beds, it aided 30 established!
pjfJH dispensaries and helped establish 82
pjpfl mliers. li fuinisne,! si.ppii,, u,
pjBBB sanitary a.id bath trains li estab-i
pH iished and maintained three medical
pjpj trainiiiK Institutions with i capaclti
of 1075 bed,. rt ald 80, JJJgJJ
iH S5l?n i,n'1 Kavc eni-ai relief to
LLi towJ1' wlth a p';p"iatlon of mors
J than iOO.OOQ.
In Vienna, the American Red
BB Cross unit, which began work .lanu-
lary 1, 1?20. had DP to June 30. aided
1S hospitals with a :upnclt i '.'3. 'mo
'beds distributed more- than 7tl u;u
articles of mr-ilicine and clothing. 56,-
' 000 pounds of milk, meal and COpOS
nd had helped to care for 40,000
undei -nourished children.
In Siberia, tli task since June,
1 1 1 has been comparatively iigiu.
the chief work has been arid continues
to be educational along sanitary lines
M .NTI1V DESTITUTE.
W hen the American Red Cross en
tered Albania In February, 1919, it
found that the country was destitute
of hospitals, orphanages r -t virtually
every sort of relief institution 'Phe
commission lmmediatel began the
creation of such Institutions so that
now I hers are hospitals si nianj cen
ters, five medical dispensaries, twn
'mobile ami two stationary dental y-iensarir-s
and numerous infant weir
; fare and milk stations. In Monte-
iieKi'n the same problem prevailed as
I in Albania onl the child problem
was greater, There wn- 30.000 or-
(bans In Montenegro loday Imn.
Cored for by agencies whh ii .ire drww-j
iug their sUppllss largeT. from the
i Red Cross.
i "Relief work in Constantinople dls
jtrici has been confined t the Oare,
i feeding, clothing and medical trtat-1
I ment to Russian ami otnsi refiigeei
I w ho poured through the BosDhprut
I last winter on theii WS) from tin-
threatened ports. Che Red Cross
I instrumental in providjhg transporLa
, tion for hundreds to various peaces
I of safety
in Constantinople there iin three
large Red fross warehouses with tu
tmal Capacity of 18.0"0 iiui In K -ban
the Red Cross unit distributed
1 ".00 tons, of iiifdlcrtl S'.ppli -. fre.d
and nothing, with ais6 a complete
equipment Coi a "u-bed hospital.
When the Red Cross entered count
tries it laid the foundation for local 1
self help Its w o: k :il 11 f oe s v. i s
educational, and it left, in ;).
fields from whhh it hfs withdrawn, J
a body of trained workers from among
the people themselves, j-'ho earn carrj
on the activities as it has been h Si -luted
DENVER, Colo.. Xo.v 6. Colo
rado voters in 10!.". o-1 th- I Its
precincts in the .s'tr . ccording to
raltirns received up to rioon todev, I
have rejected the piopcal for is
wuing bond:: fur he bin dun.' of"
three tunnels through the contin
ental divide in the state.
Through one of thess Itt-fneia it
was proposed to ran a rain. ' to i
rtah. tanning thfl rich Cintuh !
bcslu or Utah
Special Sermons on
Tie Tirst Preabytericn ffhurcli will
answer the requeKi made ,,f i,.
churches of 'the .Nation to olbserve 1
the tercentenary (,r the Mayflower
ant! Pilgrim Rock by setting aphrl i
the Sunday nights in ftoveinhel :
special sermons upon "The Pnrsouwl i
History of the pauses and Results
ot ihe Maj il.iwc r Pi!f;rihia.M The
i heme of tonight's sermon b Lev. '
John Edward Carver will be Tkie 1
Ki.-e of the Pilgrim PaitlJ and tho
Gauges of th Persecutions in En?
laud and I lol !;. ui! "
The special music for tonirht
Mrs C. H Stevens
Contralto sold! "Thj w 1 1 1 Be
L)onc" HaveuR i
"Rock or Ages" MacJDpUgall
Miss Mildred Ware
KoMR. N'ov 6.-- N-io:iati.ins b-
Itween Italy nn.i Jugo Slavla, ajmlhg ai
la settlement of the Adriatic question
will ojeii tomorrow ai gants Mar,gh
lerita on the gulf of Rap'all'o, about
1 1 .'i miles from Genoa.
I The True Story of
APTRTN is a useful chemical being prescribed constantly
by Bkilled physicians fof treatmenl of rheumatic affec-nous-,
neuralgia, colds and certain types of fever
1 ASI'IKIN I l Co, tablets an- ma.le by the Uniteo1
lnig Co., Boston, whose agents are the Rexall stores
-vetywhere. Tho chemical used is always of the ven
tugliost grade and the tablets may therefore ho depended
! upon with confidence to yield the maximum of beneficial
results thai may be expected from the us of Aspirin
Faudulently made Aspirin tablets were pul mi the mar-
ket b a Brooklyn concern. This has. been exploited bv
one concern for the purpose -f discrediting all tablets o'l
Aspirin made by others. The public should know thai we
reputable druggists, have never handled am- but
spirin of the highest grade.
The Aspirin patent expired m 1917 anj anv one rau
jj aow make Aspirin and sell it under that name
I Our customers may depend upon it that Aspirin, I L,
Co. sold at Rexall Stores only is everything thai the
J uost careful, most discriminating aud skillful physician
I !Ould demand.
In Packages of 12 s, 24 s and 100 's
J OAKR'S DRUG STORE
Corner Grant Avenue and Twenty-fifth Street
I E gxg; STORE
BRITISH ROYAL FAMILY CELEBRATES"'
RETURN OF THE PRINCE OF WALES
LONDON' The British royal family
celebrated the return of the Prince
of Wales from a long journey to
Australia and other British dominions
by posinK for their pictures In the
first row ;ue seen Hinu Gaorg's, Queen
.Mary, and Princess Mary; standing,
left to right! Prince Albert, tho Prince
of Wales, Ji ml Prince Henry. The
ins, t shows the Prince ol Wales all
tosged iii in new civilian clothes upon
his return ,
itp niExn run
jLLj m run
; IviLlJiuHL Liutli J
'Hcc! of Bed Cross in Ogden
SaVs Service Viialiy
"The report t of what other Red
I Cross chap' era have been aefcod fo
do in cases of emergencies reveals
to Ogden v.hai it might mean in
lease of one of many kinds of aud
!iien calls tor need to hao ihe na
tional jT'tarrl medical corps located
n Ugdm with all the equipment a
Ihe disposal of an emergency call.
This was lite statement yesterday
of John Ekhrard Carver, presldeul
bi the Weber conniy lied Cross cliap
ou He continued:
1 "We have V' ' tuengcr r.TTtbulances
'and essential supply equipn'Ot
; -houi.1 there he "a demand for tfud
irien service such as wai demanded
in acventy-thrcc disasters in other
jmrtr ot ii" . alted States last year
In these disasters thirty temporary
I hospitals und Wentj motor corps
had to be assembled Quickly aud in
'any buc'o seed here the army medtoal
corps would be Invaluable. We all real
; ize tha. .1 community i.- sure tht it
1 w ill never need-disaster relief bur if
I you read ihe papers OT the Hod Cross
'reports you know that railroad wrecks,
, fires, windstorms, esjrtliQuakes nnd
'many other disasters OCCUr here and
jtliere where they are not expected
; "A Cltj Ihe size of Ogden, and one
through which mi many mnns pass
dally, and a chy having winds, like
Lours In wtilch a fire would he n sr-rious
luprobleni, can well afford to have
emergency nerds saisfied by a mili
'lary carps maintained by the Rovern
men 1 "
Start Brick Work on
1 Foundations for several of thf bulld
! in(c. to be constructed at the ik.i-h
Vrsenal httvi- ln-en r-ompleted anl bncU
laying has been started according to
Captain iiih LiiintP", construction quar-
jttrmaster, in ehargt of the goverh-
I mnt work.
The roofs of the fire and (ruard ;
'house ha been completed and the in
terior work is now lieintf rushed. Cap
to In Buttdy ?.id
Concrete floors for 10 magazine'
; buildings hae been comlet il and
'work on the brick walls sUrted. The
'walls for the general store house also,
' have been completed.
Work on the administration bulld
lug, the largest Individual building to I
'be contsrueted. Is fast in-.irlnK COraple
tion. This building Is expected to be
finisher during the fore part of Dc-I
Rush Compiling of
The work of compiling the official
telcction figures is going along rapldl)
I in the county rlerk'x office and it Is
i believed that the detailed figures can
(be announced Monday. When iom
pbted. the figures will show the full
vote of all candidates and the districts
it was discovered this morning that
a voler in the eleventh district had,
I written In the name of Alfred Wag
ner for district Judge over 'he four!
names of candidate of the two nrnjor
political parties. This la the second
I name thaht has been written in. tho,
first being that of u J. Holther over
jlai.i i Wilson, who won th- race tor
I that office
ICE Hi IN FIVE MINI TKS'
! LONDON. A meal In five minutes
'at the Rtiz! London Is gasping at
I the announcement which calls the
rapid service "American st) b- " it will
be possible, n the announcement,
to r-r i elvc h. san e I i by the ne
set i. .
" so lce by the old,
. - - s-r
lit 1 1 LR EMbtlSH
Last of Lctsrs Prepared by
Is Sent Out
"Better English Week." left a vlv-j
lid impres-fion u";n the turn!-- ihe
school children, according to Superin
tendent Y . Karl Hunkins of the " g !en
schools. The res .It - ohiainc-d w-re
Cflijr more sousfHtory thari in 1919,
Spe i;il program.s! were held during the,
past week In all of the schools uglngj
I'd Kngll: h.
The si.Mh and Ias1 letter of the se
re s compiled by the committee In
chime of the Heticr Speech Pro-!
51 sj " follovi s;
I'Or a Wee'; ymt i- L. eii helping
u;; in our drive for '.'Better1 lingllsh."
Win you not make this s permanent
part of vour children's home training?
We may teach and drill them well, ul
less the work carries over the home!
life of the child, unless it functions in
I his talk at pl.iy. with his parents, etc.i
he has not form, d the h:ilor of Using
good English, and our work Is lost-
Children are handicapped by their
Inability to use Correct English and
success in business depends, more than)
is commonly suppress upon the al:lit
to talk well.
Will you hnve your children:
Pronounce their words distinctly.
Sound 'Inal consonants as "g" in I
walking, running, talking; "t" in slept,
Avoid the errors mentioned in our
This is the last ""f our series of let
ters to you. We feel that it i just
the beginning of the work In which we
know we have vour cordiad co-operation.
RETAIL PRICES STILL
(By Internntional News Service )
boston. Commissioner Charles
H. Adams, ol the comitiission on lie
necessaries of life, says that Hie in
formation winch comes lo (heir of
flce from, various parts of the Slate
shows that retail prices are held up
higher than they are justified !
wholesale prices have tended down
ward, with marked reductions in
some lines. Yet the retail pii
have not fallen proportionate!) Tin
condition, he says, results in Ihe fs I
that the retail trade Is losing ihe
good will of its customer- and in the I
Ions run that feeling will hurt
Ol 1. 1VT I N PIE s
TERRE HAUTE. Ind, Inspector of
Weights and Measuros .1 A Bu k
admitted here the other d i . b
couldn't function in on important mat
ter. "Bought pie at ihe bakeh
telephoned a ),o is. Wife. 'r,..,l; it
homo and find exactly three blacd
berries between its crust What .i r.
you going to do about It?" Koth-lng."-
said Buck "What's your plan?"
Buck says blackberries art out of his
NEW GERMAN MAGAZINE '
(By International News Service)
BERLIN- The establishing of 0
new royalistic magazine. 'iThe '
Crown." ib an indication that the
Kaiser's faithful are recovering from
the shock of the revolution. The
Crown. which will appeal lori
nlghtly. is the first large royalistic
publication since ihe war.
TOOTH IS WORTH
$650, SAYS JURY
TACOMA. Wash, -A tooth is worth I
1660 . At least It is when v. dentist
pulls it instead of putting a new
gold crown on it to replace one worn
I off. A jury bare cave jens Peder
, son $65o judgment agalnsl Dentist
E. B. Keith. Pcderaon sued for '
First of Year Will See Two
New Buildings 'Ready
The new manual training building
b Ins erected t the Ogden high school;
lis nearlhg rmpletlon and will bo
j ready for use within the next week.;
Superintendent W Karl Hopkins said
Work on thaulldlng h-i
been progressing for seWral month?
Construction work on the Central
IJunioi high school building is also
moving along and this building will be
(Completed and ready for use BhortlJ 1
! after the first of the coming year. A
M odern gymnasium. With a first rate
basketball floor nnd other conveni
ences will be one of the- features of
Lhe new building.
At the south Washington school
the construction Is helng rushed to
completion. This building is expect-J
eil t. be completed by the first of the
i yea r
Til s Itft.ilT on nits.
I .' INDON -"A pint of whiskey on
Broadway would causa a riot." Pussy
foot Johnson, American anti-saloon
propagandist, declared here He says
he wouldn't exchange the glass eye
tha' replaces the iv. lost in a stu
dent's Tags" last vear here, for a bas
ketful of eye. "Brought me too m ich
popularity," says he. He's on bis way
, to "make India dry."
HITS NUT IN SQUIRRELS MOUTH
HAERISBURG, Pa. Carl Strait
shot several times ar a squirrel. The
squirrel fell off the Hep Carl
couldn't find out where the squirrel
was shot. It wasn't. Carl's Shot hit
a nut in the squirrel's mouth. He
choked to deaMi (the squirrel, of ,
BETTER THAN MAIL.
LONDON. Passenger trnfflc by
air is more profitable than mall car
rying, according to Hai.dlcy-Page, air
magnate lure. It takes 7000 letters
' month to make a 400-pouhd cargo
a day while one has only to land one
ISO-pound passenger for a profitable
load." says he.
' Lot of
On your next
r.r.rl havt it made
to your measure,
I All Wool
j Quality 1
Specially priced at
For full Suits including an
extra pair of pants
A pair of pants given free
with every overcoat, $'10
Howard Williams, Mgr.
2209 Washington Ave.
WOMAN TAKES POISON
AND STARTLES CHINESE
NEW YOl'.K, Nov. C. A well dress
en' young woman screaming she had
taken poison fHi to the sidewalk In
front of the lol - House in New York's
Chinatown tonight and then bogged
the curious rov.tl of iirlentals which
gathered to be allowed to die. She
was Liken to a hospital. Where she
gave the name of "Evelyn Smith, 21,
I Of Italtiinore."
T0WNLEY HAS NOTHING
TO SAY ON ELECTION
FARGO, N. D.. Nov. C. A. G. Town
ley, president of the Non-I'.'irl'.siii
league had no statement to make re
garding the successes ptid defeats
which the league met in various states
during the election, he said, here to
night: "I prefer to do my work and 'ft the
results talk for themselves."
FIXED PRICE STORES.
MADRID, N'ov c a number of mu
nicipal food stores where fixed prices
will prevail, are soon to be opeh'ed
CuXUwoau your own manicur- I
fii Manicuring is no secret art With the proper supplies and instru 'M
mcnts you can keep your hands in perfect condition. This is 3
H mctmcuring supplies week at our store. You are cordially invited
Sg to come in l"3
A Complete Line of the Celebrated
1 Hy-Glo and Cutex Manicure 1
m NAIL WHITE CAKE POLISH
H CUTICLE REMOVER ROUGE POLISH
B POWDER POLISH LIQUID POLISH a
I 35c Each or in Sets al 65c. $1.50, $3.00, $6.00 i
fee BUFFERS MANICURE SCISSORS FILES CUTICLE
58 KNIVES B
EVERYTHING TO MAKE SELF-MANICURING EAS a
"ALL YOU GET IS SYMPATHY"
Friends sympathize with defeated DEMOCRATS. Widows and
children always get sympathy, too, when a husband and father
dies It takes votes to win elections It takes money to buy the
necessities of life. A CHECK FOR $1000 OR SO IS WORTH
MORE THAN A WORLD OF SYMPATHY. A small deport
with us each year will secure it
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., of N. Y.
J P. Corry, District Manager
429 Eccles Building Phones 372, 2454
Why Bon'f You I
Try Pyramid P 1
T'.vrn n Frcn Trim ot Prnmil ri!
BuppoaltorlM Should BnDl Oroto
tnl Belief Prom Mm Itotaltig
Teu have no Idea how satisfactory H
Is Pyramid until you ue It. Try it
now. Oot n 61 cent box of any drijr
I ! reliovod of itching, pro- ffH
. l -! i . i lli . 1 . r 1 1 . . l r : Is anil riicll B
rectal troubles. A xlimle box haM
often been sufficient. Take no sub
t:tntv If cl UDtilfi hi:.- a fr."
trial, please fill out and mail the
l ltl'K s imi'I.i: ( in ro
MB rTam.l nidi. MmhU. Mich.
Kindly 'j-r. l m a lr'.' onio.V of TyraraK
Pll Suppotllerltt. Lu pljlu KTijytr.
K.' wRecently, intbecityofChicaso, 1 jfl
l l 8 prominent nan, burdened
BUlJj with excesstve fat.vrent upon
H (f the opcTiting table end had
ft i A over rixty pjunds of tttzh csvrr J
E if from his hue, cumbersome bed y I
Q t-'Jl Years ago the formula for fat re-
R -Mjj ductioo was "diet" "exercise " I
S? A Today it is "Take Marmola Pre- I
Hk f srription Tablets " FneccU tell H
' ML A friends doctors teD their pstknts, m W
j Bip V until thourand", know and u-.c-th.i f
1 BhB I' convenient, harmless method, y
fa ) They eat what they like, live as f
(f I they like, and still lose their two. -J
('" i three or four pounds of fat a week, k"
' W I Simple, effective, harmless Mar- I
'it J mola Prescription Tablets arc &old U
m ! by all drujnfists a good sixe box I
mk ' , for one dollar. Or if you prefer I
ti i vou my write direct to the Mar- I ,
J. , mola Cximp.iny, 98 Garfield Build- I
j II : mg, Detroit. Mich.
Da ndruff Soon
Ruins the Hair
' Ms if you want plenty of (hick,- JK
.beautiful, glossy, silky hair, do by all B
rid 61 dandruff, for it will i.
starve your hair and ruin it if you
It doesn't do much good to try to Ifl
brush or wash it out The only sure
f.ay tO gel rid ul dandruff is to dis
solve It. then you destroy It entirely.
To d' this, tiet about foui ounces of or
ili nary liuld arvon. apply it at night
i when retiring; use enough to moist nn
the scalp and rub it in gently with the 9
By morning, most if not all, of your
I dandruff will he cone, and three or
four more applications will completely
dissolve and en.'irely destroy every sin-
gle sign and trace of it.
Vou will find. too. that all Itching
and digging Of ih" ECalp will stop, and
your hair will look and feci a hundred
times better You can get liquid ar- H
i von at any drug store. It 1b lnexpen- fl
jalve and four ounces is all you Will
need, no matter how much dandruff Hsfl
you have. This simple remedy never EaS
i Why Be Skinny? "
It's Easy to Bo Plump. Popular
and Attractive .
It's easy to be plump, popular and at-
tractive lnstea-J of bain thin, snguUr
and scrawny. Almost invariably the tiou
ble 13 due to weak nerves and ronnc
, -ii. nt f ..i.k. .n.ilate om food. You
mny et heartily, but owing to the Jack
of nervoua onaray anu Impoverished blood isH
''"" i ' 1 1 ..in ti,.. , i
, ou .-at All ,,f this - an hr icmedlo.J , ,
quteklj bj tHkiiiK win, aach m.-al a rive- ssH
i ii. tablet ..r Blood-Iron rhorphHt.- Tim IH
quickly .xtrenRthens the nervou sVstni SBBBBBsl
enrtchCJ the Mood and Inncasoa j t'i oxy- ilBBBF
short time th average thin, s.-ak n. H
man ot arommri begins not only to iH
0Ut on llesh. hut a UK) begins to look and
reel bettor. Sler-p. uppctlte. strenKlh and iH
ancc :irc improved, dull eyas beeomu
' ' oi LvBI
- fi-Ki Sl m
x"k- ' i-i. "ii i.t i. .-ui,;- iH
ly, von should not pooh look and feci much M
natter and mam years youncer. lji posit H
! $1 j0 todHy with a El Itclntyra Drug .-..
tr.v otlvi- diiufgut for enough Bloofl- IH
1 -'h ' l . K
11 lln b .i and ir at th. . nd I
"' weefc firtn'l delighted pro
, . ' k and net your money. Your druggist! H
la man von Know. U authorized to elvo ISBsB
in to-;-qii. Adwrtlsemcnl
r SSAD BTUFFEQ FROrfl
OATARRfl OR A COLD
Says Cream Applied in Nostrils
Opens Air Passages Right Up
Instant, reliefno waiting Your
": ;e.i nu-irils open i iKht up; tho air
passages of your head clear and you bsbbH
lean breath.- freely. Nu more hawking
nufOing, blowing, headache, dryness'
, No struggling for breath at night; your
cold or catarrh disappears. H
I 'ict a small bottle of Ely's Cream sasfl
Balm from your druggist now. Apply ifH
ia little of this frcgrant. antiseptic LsB
healing cream in your nostrils. It pene- H
,r:,t" r. air pa -. i e ol th -
hi ad, soothes the inflamed or swollen aValfl
mbranu aaid relief comes in
' ' J""' J'on't slay stuffed up W
with a cold or nasty catarrh. Adver- LKEn