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2 THE OGLffiN STANDARD: QGDEN, UTAH. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8 1916 - 1
If GAS IN THE STOMACH
I, Recommends Daily Use of
Magnesia To Overcome
i Trouble. Caused by Fer
menting Food and
Gas and wind in the stomach accom
panied by that full, blonled feeling aft
JM or eating arc almqst certain evidence
of the presence of excessive hydro
chloric acid In the stomach, creating
i, so-called "acid indigestion."
1 Acid stomachs arc dangerous be
ll cause too much acid irritates the dell
cate lining of the-stomach, often lead
ing to gastritis accompanied by serious 1
i stomach ulcers. Food ferments and
pours, creating the distressing gas
which distends the stomach and hum
I pcrs the normal functions of the vital
infernal organs, often affecting tho
i It is the worot of folly to neglect
j, such a sorlous condition or lo treat t
villi ordinary digestive aids which
L'l liave no neutralizing effect on the
'I stomach acids. Instead get from any!
j ('rucgist a few ounces of D .urated
j!f Magnesia and take a loafcpoonful in n
P quarter glass of water i ighi after eat
iug. This will drive the gas. wind and
j. bloat light out of tho body, swoe'en
F, the stomach, neutralize tho excess acid
j ,nd prevent its formation and there is
j, no sourness or pain. Disurated Mag
;i ricsia (in powder or lablei form nev
cr liquid or milk) is harmless to tho
stomach, inexpensive to take and the
h best form of magnesia for stomach
r purposes. It is used by thousands of
I people who enjoy their meals with no
;. more ear of indigestion. Advertise
J Li ment. '
I f casualtFOsTl
Ji v .
' SECTION NO. 1 , j
h The following casualties are report-j
ji ' od by the Commanding General of the i
! American Expeditionary Forces:
Killed In action 125'
I Died from wounds '971
J Died of accident and other causes S,
Died from aeroplane accident .... 1!
ft Died of disease US'
ji Wounded severely 110
jj1 Wounded, degree undetermined ..111:
jj Wounded slightly in j
f, Missing in action CS J
I . Killed In action j
2( Major George W. Farrell,' Seattle.,
K Washington. ", j
3 , Scrgeautc 1
3l Ralph Gillespie, Lodi. C-il." '
Carl R. B. Gustafson, Escalonj-Cali- j
b" William M. MacPhcrson, Madera,
Cook John Zvijerkovich, Marysville.l
f Privates ' . , (
I Leo C. Brcen. Titonka, Iowa. (
I Herman G. Theilmann, Alvord, Iowa.'
1 Nestor Therol, San Diego. Cal. ,
1 Elmer M. Wilson, Corwith, Iowa.
I j Andrew A. Christenscn. Hampton, I
l Iowa. j
R Alexander S. Drish, East Pleasant
R , Plain, Iowa. I
II . Ralph Kutrzman, Belgrade, Montana.!
B Arne Lende, Reed Point, Mont. j
h Albert W. Perkins, Sacramento, Cal - j
li I if ornia.
ll Harold N. Rogers, Paris, Idaho. j
I Mavclano Valenzuela, El Monto Cal-
h 1 ifornia. i
1 Linas L. Walters, Omaha. Nebraska.
I Died of Wounds
IS j Sergeant Harry L. Mathison, Leamil,
R J Corporal Donald Harrv Rummell,
IL Albuquerque, N. M. '
j George L. Collins, Spokane, Wash
V Dallas Frost, Townsend, Mont.
1 Adolph R. Lodden, Fort Dodge, la.
I I William Bower, Riverton, Nebraska.
K Isaac L. Dcmlng, Mesa Grand, Cal
L , Ifornia.
1 1 Earl S. Harper, Smithfiold, Utah.
If Peter Miller, Harvarjl, Nebraska.
It , Hugo F. Wallner, Roscville, Cali
K i forma.
I Died of Accident and Other Causes
tj Harold Cochran, Letts,. Iowa.
I' John S. Cannell, San Francisco, Cal
1 1 ifornia.
li Died of Disease
I) , Carl Aasland, San Francisco, Call-
' VNDRA8SY LEADER
1 OF PEACE FORCES.
Count Andrassy. now Austro- j
Hungarinn foreign minister, sue-
ceeding Burlan, is a leader of tho
forces which arc crying for an
Conrad H. Anderson, Albert City,
Albert J. Grove, Pueblo. Colorado.
Andrew Monson, Conrad, Montana.
Benjamin II. Satory. Dietrich, Idaho.
Claronce E. Scott, Germanla; Iowa.
Morton P. Topping, Wellmnn, lown.
Ransford T. Torgerson, Monroe.
Julius O. Thcfholz, Columbus, Ne
braska. Homy It. Zobell. Castle Gate, Utah.
' Wounded Severely
Corporal Daniel Murphy, Pomona,
John A. Finch, Sultan, Wash ington.
William J. Heidenreich, Rockford,
Milo H. McClure, Portland, Oregon.
Albert Bejlek, Omaha, Nebraska. -Cycel
H. Creson, Salem, Oregon.
1-Iiirry B. Lenz, Long Beach, Cali
fornia. Robert W. Price, Nuuia, Iowa.
Herman J. Shoemaker, Adams, Ne
braska. Chester S. Snyder, Bedford, Wyom
ing. John 1L Gorman, Spokane, Wash
ington. Claude D. Stansberry, Sioux City,
Wounded, Degree Undetermined
Corporal Charlie J. Jordan, Caina
Cook George P. Bernard, Sterling,
Adolph R. Dicckman, Rupert, Idaho.
Arthur Haught, Chandler, Arizona.
Grady Graham, Pell City, Iowa.
Arthur Johnson, Oswego, Montana.
Walfred Kosehnilzky, Hillsboro,
David L. Redman, Oltumwa, Iowa.
Clarence J. Denning, Rigby, Idaho.
Alonzo -J. Lull, Valley Junction,
Earl Moore, Gravity, Iowa.
Missing in Action
Frank T. Bryant, Everett, Washing
ton. Arthur S. Ducynski, Omaha, Ne
braska. Troy J. Martin, Seibcrt, Colorado.
SECTION NO. 2
The following casualties are report
ed by the Commanding General of the
American Expeditionary Forces:
Killed in action 125
Died of wounds GO
Died of disease 12G
Wounded severely g
Wounded slightly 120
Missing in action 85
Ij Men of A bundant Phosphorus
Are the Real Men of Mettle--
Men Who Set the Pace and
j Lead the World, Says Doctor
Hjj " Who Prescribes Phosphorated Malt to
K Nourish and Strengthen the Nerves,
w Clear the Brain and Bring Back
j Health and the Joys of Life to Tired,
K Nervous, Anaemic, Run-
B down People.
V Look at the people with plenty of phos-
B Phoru3 In them! says Dr. P.cld; full of vl-
B tallty, alert, active, wide-awake, allvr,
i in cvory ncrvo and fibre, quick to think,
j quick to act and always sure of thetn-
J fclveo. They arc the leaders of every
H community, at tho head of even' bunl-
ncss and profession, magnotic. attractive
l , people who do tilings, achieve success
H . aud get lifo'6 highest rewards.
Hl Without phosphorus good health is lm-
H ' possible. Your nerves and brain need it
B like your body needs food. It alrcngthcns
and vitalizes overy nervo and organ of the
B human body. AVTiy, without It even plants
BBS will not grow and soil becomciOoor and
Bh unproductive1 Nature has made It a nec-
ess&ry part of all life, both vegetable and
Bl animal, yet most of us exhaust our phos-
H phorus supply and do nothlnp to replenish
H it so that more phosphorus is a common
H need of both men and women though few
H realise it. People in nucd of phosphorus
H uftcn think that stomach, liver or kidneys
B nrn making thorn sick, weak, nervous and
rundown when all Uioy need Is a littlp
moro phosphorus to tone up tho nervous
system and give strength and vigor to tho
H When people come to me nervous, run-
down and irritable, I invariably prescribe
ordinary phosphorated malt and 1 liavo
reen it doiibld endurance and menial ac
tivlty in less than ten days' time and In
numberless cases where nothing clao had '
proved to be or real value. I have seen
phosphorated malt bring roses to the
cheeks of pale, ncrous. ovenvorked wo-
BHHj men and the crimson blood of health and
BHH n. smile of happiness to tho faces of chil-
tlren recovering from illness of long dm-
BHH ptlon. Recently a patient came to mo on
the verge of mental collapse, lie found
MHMj Uo ulcasurc in life, his daily work had
become drudgery and he got no rest or
ucreatlon from his holidays. He couhl
work. I told him to cat less and take
mi 'nCTaln.k,)lct? of Phosphorated
inalt aftor each meal. In less than ten
days ho walked into my office - full ot vhn
and vigor, his eyes bright, his top firm
and buoyant and his manner that of a
man of twenty-five though he was well
Physicians know the value of phosphor
us and every woman knows tho tonic
value of molt, a rcmarkablo tissue build
er especially adapted to the needs of
nursing mothors and weak, anaemic wo
men. Combined with phospTiorus and
pnpsphatcs as in phosphorated malt It
nourishes tho body by aiding tho Bystoin
to turn food into living tissue. The old
liquid forms of mult nrc inconvenient to
i . and most of t,Mjm contain alcohol
which causes a needless stimulation al
ways followed by a depressing feaction.
Phosphorated mult retains the nutritive
properties of malt without tho evils of
alcohol and it contains phosphorus in a
state almost Idontlcal with that in tho
brain and nerve cells of healthy, vigor
ous poople. h
,t,ri!1eicniphosi)ho,':ated n,aJt Produce
sue astonishing result that I prcscribo
it in iy pi-actice and tako It myself
Th-ici.ai.fe.T d,ays of Phosphorated malt
the weak, tired nerves thrill with energy
r,si;?"cc- "" cntis.r.iS!
Aranufucturers' Note: Pliosnhomto?
malt so highly recommended 1 by fi? KJw
is jiot a patent medicine or secret rem-'
edy The formula is printed on every
package and your druggist will voUch for
ts excellence. It is sold under a guaran
? ,ncr?nse endurance and mental
activity or tho price will be refunded
Vrnu,f.?'0U? Physiclah prescribes it and
It fails the druggist will refund tho pur
chase prlcr. All druggists sell it subject
to this guarantee. It Is dlspaiscd In Og
den by G. Cave. T. If. Carr and Tab
ernacle Pharmacy. Advertisement
Prisoners t 3
Killed in Action
Sergeant Clarence W.. I3al)cr, Ber
Lewis E. Morgan, Los Angeles. Cali
fornia. Harold A. Spaun, Frankvillc, Iowa.
Francis W. Steele, Boone, Iowa.
Privates ' "
John Dolce, Ogdcn, Utah.
William ilillikor. Mount Vornon,
Jay Leonard, Arlington, Iowa.
Joe Limon, Seattle, Washington.
Dkd of Wounds
Corporal William J. Edwards, Sal
Harry W. W. Abrams, Carlyle, Mon
tana. Joseph I. Dolio, Lafayette, Califor
nia. William T. Little, Pawnee. Nebraska.
Charlie Marlon Martin, Iloldrege,
Charles P. Miller, Portage, MonL
Grover V. Sorenson, Provo, Utah.
Fred Tj. Stondel, Elkader, Iowa.
Squire B. Willard, Seattle, Washing- j
Died of Disease
Sergeant Charles R. Manfull. Baker.
James Frolhinghani, Macdocl, Cali
Paul N. Acosla, East Bakersfield,
Roy Baijcoclc,' Galti, N. Mexico,
Floyd Bradley, Dextor, N. Moxico.
Samuel, D. Conrow, Blylhe, Califor
nia. "Van C. King, Curlew, Iowa.
Cornelius W. Gist, Weitchpec, Cali
fornia. Hubert II. Leonard, Caggon, Iowa.
Carl D. Mcintosh, Modesto, Cali
fornia. Martin Manning, Lyons. Iowa.
Martin F. Masse, Spokane, Washing
ton. Olio Price, Grayson, Iowa.
Corporal Lev,- W. Gill, Mesa, Ari
Patrick Klllian Crogan, "Wilaonville.
John W. Ewoldt. Manning, Iowa.
John C. Ellett. Cowley, Wyoming.
Jny C. Kelly, Spokane, Washington.
Frank Ilagerman, Davenport, Iowa.
Haakon Isakson, Big Forks, Mon
tana. Clarence T. Johnson, Ralston, Ne
braska. Missing in Action
Emll G. Nelson, Villmer, Idaho.
Louis Wolpert, Los Angeles, Cali
fornia. Thomas W. Garrington. Beacon, la.
Martin R. O'ilara, Mill Valley, Cali
Henry Otten, Davenport, Iowa.
Lewis C. Peterson, Snyder, Colorado.
Thybo A. Peterson, Pueblo, Colo
rado. Clemens L. Ruggles, Phoenix, Ari
Private Frank N. Stansbury, Perry,
MARINE CORPS CASUALTIES
Summary of casualties 'to date:
Deaths .. 58
Deaths ;. . .; 1306
Wounded y'.... .". 2350
In hands of enemy 53'
Missing ... ; lSll
Total ' 2890
Grand total -1026!
The following casualties arc report-1
od by the Commanding General of the'
American Expeditionary Forces: I
Killed In action .ig!
Died of wounds -l ;
Died of disease 22
Wounded in action, severely 11
Wounded in action, slightly .".
Wounded, degree undetermined .... U
In hands of enemy 4
Missing In action n
Died of Wounds
Corporal John A. Anderson, Black
Private Ray H. McVay, Clearwater.
Died of Disease
Q. M Clerk II. B. Hockctt, Fresno,
Sergeant Ray F, Enos, Glendale,
Privato Guy M. Lewis, Los Angeles,
Private Elmer W. Hinkcl, Fairbury,
Missing in Action
John W. Bruyn, Whitticr, California.
Edward J. Lindblad, Six Prong,
Byron Ft Richman, San Bernardino,
Harry W. Wayman, Salinas, Califor
nia. Killed, Previously Reported Severely
Private John J. Smith, Albla. Iowa.
Wounded Slightly, Previously Report
Private Charles W. Vislier, Grande,
Wounded, Degree undetermined, Pre-
viously Reported Killed
Hugh Fackrcll, Aldridge, Idaho.
Roy C. Halstcad. Blair, Neb.
Present for Duty, Previously Reported
Private Waldo H. Farnham, Water
The following casualties are report
ed by the commanding general of the
American expeditionary forces:
Killed in action , Ill
Died from accident and other
Died of disease 252
Wounded, degree undetermined ...111
Missing in action , 63
Killed in Action,
Corporals Edward II. Lorenzon,
Buglers John T. Hall, San Li Bar
Ernest F. Bcal, Anaconda, Mont.
Lone Bergesen, Berkeley, Cal.
Guiseppe Besana, La Honda, Cal.
Neil W. Best. Milton, Ore.
Ernest O. Billings, Gold Hill. Ore.
Harry D. Estes, Seattle, Wash.
John Hess, Mason City. in.
Ed.i T. Kaspor. Montpelier. Cal.
Jno. Kerher, Krupp, Wash.
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William R. Jordan, Livingston, Mont
Alejandro Martinez, Las Vegas, N.
Fred Miller, Butte, Mont.
"Walter F. ilorgan, Juliaette, Idaho.
Robert Strong, Lansing, Iowa.
Died from Accident and Other Causes.
Private Earl J. Nield, Portland, Ore.
Died of Disease.
Captain Arthur W. Gough, North
Sergeants Matt A. Jirousek, Platts
Sergt-Maj. Leslie Q. Sanger, Butte,
Corporals Fred A. Krogman, New
Cook Harry Hamilton Oliver, On
William H. Atkins, Bonners Ferry,
Walter E. Bailey, Stuart, Neb.
Jacob Berchtold, Creston, Iowa.
Richard L. Berry, Cedar Falls, la.
Harold H. Blucher, Dubuque, la.
George F. Anderson, Fish Trap,
Clarence E. Bcriine, Los Angeles,
RuBsol C, Doyle, Fresno, Cal.
Lawrence J. Fangman, Nashau, la.
Oliver Greaves, Cloverdale, Cal.
Earl,B. Hall, Mattlock, Wash.
Ernest R. Hansen, St. Paul, Neb.
John W, Ears a, Fairfax, la.
Fred Henderson, Denver, Colo.
Colin C. Hyde, Astoria, Ore.
August W. Lange, Seward, Neb. "
Charles J. McGuIre- San Francisco,
Alfred Olsen, Sumlance, Wyo.
Raymond L. Keating. Onslow, la. I
lrven L. Kennedy, Delba, Colo.
Raymond C. Moritz, Los Angeles,
Hairy Speight, Salt Lako City, Utah.
Wounded (Degree Undetermined.)
Sergeant Joe J. Wolfe, Rolfo, Iowa.
Chas. E. Cook, Stockton, Cal.
Albiu C Johnson, Ophlr. Utah.
Alfred Nelson, Randolph, Neb.
Theo. Upton, Burlington, Iowa.
Otto Acker, WashougaWash.
Harry R. Bcatty. Glenwood. Ia.
Ross' Gibson, West Oskaloosa, la.
Byron J. Harrington, Jessup, la.
Hubert A. Miller. Hampton, Iowa.
Missing in Action.
John Devonoy, Cupertino, Cal.
Charles F. Fields, Los Angeles, Cal.
Harold F. Lancaster, Charles City,
Austin B. Smith, Rupert, Idaho.
John IT. Buresh, Cedar Rapids, Ia.
Chris J. Plckol, Dubuque, Iowa.
Frank S. Roethler, Eliua, Iowa.
Tho following casualties are report
ed by lhe commanding general of the
American expeditionary forces:
Killed In nctlou 4S
Died of disease 57
Wounded severely 37
Wounded slightly 132
Misidng in action 2G0
Killed In Action.
Private Charles Collins, Menard,
James N. Reed, Single, Wyo.
Earnest C. Richardson, Farmington,
Harry W. Riddle. Baker Glly, Ore.
Died of Disease.
Patrick J. Sheehan, Bernard, Iowa.
John H. Wesack, Adair, Iowa.
rjunry n. jvbinng, weusourg, lowa.
, Charles I. Atteberry, Vona, Neb.
Laurel L. Hanan, New Hampton, Ia,
Clyde L. Miller, Phoenix, Ariz.
Joseph Poos, Cascade, Iowa.
Wesley Soves, Solon, Iowa.
William Vaughn, Glendale, Ore.
Corporal Kenneth Earl Gardiner,
J Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Victor A. Bjorn, Deary, Idaho.
Henry Morken, Baypoint, Cal.
Waldemar Henry, Los Angeles, Cal.
Astov W. McDermed, Los Angeles,
Clyde R. Seilz, Beaumont, Cal.
Mechanic Edward Zahler, David
Thomas A. Brumbelow, Hebor, Cal.
Jose M. Martinez, Weston, Colo.
Walter J. Mldsou. Oakland, Cal.
' Arthur Wcgncr, HanEen, Neb,
Missing in Action.
Sergeant Fred A. Armstrong, Pom
Carl Lonneman, Little Rock, Iowa.
Louis Marelli, San Rafael, Cal.
Otis W. Church, Waterloo, Iowa.
Horace H. McCormack, Calcxico,
.Adolph C. Bauer, Jr., Richmond. Cal.
Colombo A. Cecchi. Hayward, Cal.
Win. H. Cook, Halgler, Neb.
Chauncey M. Butler, West Branch,
Thadious Harraan, Council Bluffs,
1 Henry W. Hubbell, Keswick, lown.
Ralph Jacober, Harmes, Colo.
Chas. A. Kinkennon, Dexter, Ia.
Henry F. Kronmann. Areata, Cal.
Donald Lowls, Lothair, MonL
Barney Mauch, Harrah, Wash.
Richard Heiresonno, Mondak, Mont.
Fred S. Postol, Coleridge, Colo.
Francis Sabin, David, Ariz.
John Machula, Cedar Rapids, Ia.
Matt A. Madson, Renwick, Iowa. '
John L. Molyncaux, Davenport, Ia.
Earl S. Spiers, Olnthe, Colo.
Venner V. Tighe, Perrv, Iowa.
Clarence P Welter, Dubuque, la.
Amos W. Wire, Gravity, lowa.
Killed in Action, Previously Reported
Missing In Action.
Ernest E. Debefry, Sheridan Lake
Henry J. Power, Marlin, Tex. ft
James Reid, Aberdeen, S, D S
Wounded Severely', Previously Report-M
ed Missing in Action. m
Mike Cogura, Boer Creek, Mont. M
Frank J. Duval, Anaconda, MonL
Fred Rolph, Lake City, Ia.
Wounded, (Degree Undetermined),
Previously Reported Missing In '
Corporal James E. Swan. "106 ?
Franklin streot, Denver. n '
Privates. 1 ,'
Emll H. Kclinske, Elm Mott, Tex. ! "
John K. Newsham, Port Ncches.i
Tex. ' )
Wounded Slightly, Previously Report- mM
cd Missing in Action. 1J
Privato Benjamin F. Garcon, Direct, A
Tex. ' ll
Returned to Duty, Previously Report- -j
ed Missing vln Action. 1
Sergeant Eugene L. Christian, Noll, f;
Private Michael Baker, Henderson,
"lo help tnako atrone, 1
Keen, red-blooded Amorlcana WJZ&
llioro ia notlilnfr In mv ex- VJ
purionce which r jlavo found ff
so valuable ns organic Iron
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Sullivan, formerly physician of Bellovuo
Hospital (Out-door Dept.). New York,
and .the Westclu-.stcr County Hospital.
Isuxatcd Iron often Incrcnccs tho stronplh
and cndur.mco of -weak, nervous, run
down people Jr: two wceka" time. Tt is
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people annually. Including hucIi men aa
Hon. Leslie .!. Shaw, fonncrly Socretary
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KfJ uiy. and ex- 1 R
ttL- Governor of 1 i.
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mcr Tjnlted m
States Senator and VIce-Prcsidcntlai &
noinlnoc, Chas. A. Towno; Genoral Jonn
L. Clem (Retired), tho drummer boy- oi jp Jt
Shiloh, who was servant In the U. a? .
Army when only 12 years of aire; also ,
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the Court of Claims of Washington, uprt ijj
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all good druggists cvcrj'whcrc. Advor