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I : g THE STANDARD-EXAMINER .TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 1920. l
I It Is Iron In The Blood That Makes Bj Iron Muscles Like These Physicians Belov Explain a Secret of the Great Power Jgjl Jf a -,.-t.-Ht and Endurance of Athletes Tell How Organic Iron hs'- $ J H Nusated Iroa Helps Build Rid, Red Blood Jf?7 ' J That Gives "Physical Strength and Energy stt?JffeL S Jj (fes 1 hi t g k 311(3 w' feel the s'teel-Uke firmness fZjW 'P of those muscular sinews y J!!! . to think of the tremen- jjl Hj ! strenfth thesc arc thrills jf cat, it must that "come to the thin- i J0W SOmc fSfmthL" : whose own bodies arc "' weak and physically unfit. W&i SH' FeeiS Pfef this purpose I always M ; It takes men of red- 1$LV Like ffl rccommcn d organic H j blooded force and power .gT fiFO(ni f WmR n-which by cn- to hit the sledge-hammer yS&M riching the blood H- blows that count and , t gth iSt a,ld creating new - whether you arc a pile-' TXii fnSt - 4m blod, strcngdi ; driver or a bank president you e,"? ffc MSM fflWcen'S cannot expect to win out everyday life,. I be-, '''JiWpf issues and helps to in 4 ag-ainst odds forever unless you licve that physicians tf. ',' -JmJ still renewed energy Hh area man of iron-constantly sho ZZ$$W MM& V10 vholc syste,n , , . . ., j , m i i portunity prescribe fc ty, Zty..y$ffll whether a person is H able to strike and Strike hard. irSaniciron-Nux-ftf, Mr young or old In my ; 'There are countless numbers of Ll"Ce it S (tMSS Ir? H , men today who at 40 arc broken in STtS bafMBP Sff ' J'f'S J?,T H health and steadily going downward "V d rTd mMBWW v& blod-buildcr H i i j .7 i , i tonic ana r e a hwocccv.y any physician can prescribe " ; hys?1 and cnlf' dcci- Himfy biood builders MfflMlMiW 11 a'c not stn" 5r"c5 ( because they are allowing worry, over- knQwn tQ meQ. mM u to jrouwlf to mate the fo!loftnz work, nervou strain, dissipation and . , ,;. t&JSxS t tMt: icc aw loos: you cm work or how H occupation poisons to sap the iron u J BPt tvTK oSd'Kl ' from their blood and destroy its -ron thercp 'P$f3 three Uaf3 per day- aftcr for two power to change food into living tis- . "SS."1 Thcn ,e5t J'0"'' strength again and sue, muscle and brain," says Dr. Jolm can 1)6 ffllfflfc l 55af2r7oa(iei how m.u,eh you havo H J- V Horjc lorme Mcdica. In- "f'f J Lr '"-3? sprctor -and Clinical Physician on the b 1 o o a c a 'WjKA (J f cik because he knew the ccrct of l Board of Health of New York City, men," says Rrcat strcnKth ami endurance. "Yet these are thousands of such men Dr. T. Al- WMiSSUI& nhnfLblJ y Hi t i i i i I V sM'lffipS' 'fUiSZo' - yHSBSrm 0J iron in tnc ulooo, while many L who undergo a most remarkable phonsflS WWKiMfS' l5' ilra another haj gone down to in- BL transformation the moment they get Wallace, a Hwr) P glonou tkfeat simply for lack V plenty of the right kind of iron into physician of mLiff ? lt?a-. . t H It li j . j i HW)&aivviAE?jnW Uanulacturm' Not i Kuxa ltd Iron. their blood to give increased energy many years fiM&wffiffi which is wvcribei nd reconimcnticu hr and endurance. Their imagined ills c"cncefor- SSfiS: "itofu! t are forgotten, they gain physical poise rocrly of the IPagrgfcgSavgy tb oMer lnorsiaia iron ruwiucu it is ewiir ' and fitness, mental alertness and British Naval M; iJT ? greater power to combat obstacles Medical Service. fctnroo runnieo wecewfui iDd tnUreir ui- and withstand severe strains- To help "Unless this strength- Sj, VtS uSSS5rta tiib HI For Ked ESodg SfsreiBsfii and Ersdyranoe 1 A. R. McINTYRE DRUG CO. STATE ANDJDABO NEWS" Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State Ii Eureka Lily to Sink j to 164(1 Ore Bodies i i SALT LAKE, AprJl 13 The Eureka I,ily mine will begin sinking opera-! tioiis upon the second ore body en-j countered on the 1640 level, according, showing has been followed for a dis-j to Manager Snyder. This showing! has been followed for a distance ot Values of samples taken at inter;. Vals along this distance from quite a portion of the face have run from 2S ' to 70 ounces of silver to the ton; from $5 to $1.7.50 in gold and from 7 to 25 Snyder. Cross-cutting of this vein has exposed an oxidized quartz-iron zonej for a width of thirty feet. Since physical conditions indicate that the mineralization will increase with depth, although the ore is still ?oing ahead, the management has de cided to develop this showing more fully by sinking a winze. This work will" bo started as soon as an air hoist I Is Installed upon Uie site of the wnze.1 In the sinking of this worikng llr.i Snyder expects that shipping ore will bo taken out. Tho pocket and the sump on the 18-10 level has been completed and! drifting begun to cut the first ore' body encountered on the 1610 level.1 The objective of this drift, tho low! grade body 150 feet wide encountered1 on the 1G-10 level, should be struck! in a short distance on the 1S-10 level (inasmuch as it was first struck on the! I level above only a short distance rromj the shaft. BUREAL OF MINES CAR j WILL COME TO OGDEN SALT LAKE, April 13. Revision of tho itinerary of. the bureau of mlne3j car No. 11, which has spent the last six months in Utah and is now at Bat-; tic Mountain, Nev.. has been an- nouncetl. The schedule .dates for tho( car are as follows; Battle Mountain, Nov., April A to 24; detached training, at Eureka. Battle Mountain and Aus-j tin, Nov. en route Battle Mountain, I to Salmon, Idaho, via Ogden, April 25 'to May 1; Salmon, May 2 to Sr Gil- more. May 9 to 15; Drigg.f. May 16 to 22; Mackay. May 23 to 29; I-lailey, May 30 to June 5. oo LETCHER APPOINTED, BANKRUPTCY REFEREE SALT LAKE. April 13. Jerold It. Letcher, who, with the title of deputy secretary of state, has been at tho head of the staff of Harden Bennlon since the latter became secretary of state three years ago, was yesterday referee In bankruptcy in the United States court organization for this (lis tricL He will succeed Charles Bald win, who died recently. Following Mr. Letcher's appoint ment, it was announced by Mr. Ben nlon that Harold R. Roberts will suc ceed Mr. Letcher as deputy. nn WAR PRISON F,REE OF INTERNED RADICALS SALT LAKE, April 13. But six en emy aliens remain at Fort Douglas and because these havo refused to report to an American supervisor and re frain from radical activities, they will be turned loose today without funds or I transportation. j Franz Holuba, Anton Slgg, Louis iSchultz, Paul Rassal, Henry Miller and Carl Paschkc-wcre released yesterday. Combs have been found in the ruiny of Pompeii. 14- ; Doings of the Duffs 1 1 Illumination Caused by Burn-lj ing Vat Seen by Ogden I! Residents j SALT LAKE, April 13. A fire, re-I i suiting in a loss of $35.000' in equip- mont, but no loss of life, occurred .ast: night at the. plant No. 1 of the Utah j Oil Refining company on Norilij l-'ourth West street, Sail Lake City. . which was extinguished thirty min- i utes after its occurrence by a com- j bincd forco of city fire department , men and employes of the company, i who fought the terrific blaze with sul- phuric acid and water from a dozen : hose. j The flro was due to iho explosion of an lS.GOO-gallon wax distilling vat, which throw inouaands of gallons of oil into the air, falling in a shower over tho neighborhood' for a radius of a thousand fcoL So great was' the illumination caused by the burning vat that Ogden people living in the vicinity of Twenty-sixth street and Van Buren avenue saw the light in the sky and called the Standard-Examiner office. 'vu j President of Gunnison Valley Sugar Company Testifies to Alleged Duplicities SALT LAKE, April 13. At the fed eral trade commission hearing yester day testimony conojvilng tho .-iliegcd efforts of the Utah -Idaho jiigai coin puny to prevent 'he successful opera tion of the Gunnison Vailcy Sugar company was introduced. W. 11. Ross, president of the com pany, was on the stand for the creator part of tho day for direct Hnd cross examination. Robert B. Young of Richfinld, president of tho Sevier stake of the D. S. church, was termed by Mr. Ross as the man who would havo been responsible had tho company failed. Ross alleged that Young ma-Jo dero gatory remarks with the view of injur ing the company. Peter (Sugar Beet) Hansen of Se vier county, a field agent for tho Utah-Idaho company, was another employe who had made remarks not to tho advantage of the company, ac cording to Mr. Rosa. Mr. Ross, at a later point in the trial, replied to a question of Henry Ward , Beer, special attorney lor th3 trade commission, that the L. D. S. church, as a church, hud never done anything to interfere with hi3 com pany, but that officials of tho church had acted as individuals against him. uu Strike May Force Coal Mines to Close SALT LAKE CITY, April 12. The strike may also forco Ulah coal mines to suspend operation, it is declared by operators here, as none of the product is being shipped. In Carbon county the situation is said to be especially critical. Approximately 4000 men are employed in the mines here. oo PROF. YOUNG GOING TO SAVANTS MEETING SALT LAKE, April 13. Professor Levi Edgar Young, head of the deparl ment of western history at the Unl 'versity of Utah, has been appointed as Utah's delegate to tho convention of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, which will be held in Philadelphia May 7, S and 9. The appointment was made by Governor Bamberger. Professor Young will visit Harvard and Columbia universities while in the east and while at Harvard will file some important documents on the west. Professor Young is a member of the commission on history for that university. nn REMOVAL OF SUGAR FACTORY IS SOUGHT BRIGHAM CITY, April 12.--Farm-ers in the vicinity of Bear River City are attempting to get the Utah-Idaho Sugar company to change the site of tho proposed new sugar factory at Honeyville to Bear River City. By making this- change the promot ers of the movement say the corpora tion -will save a sum of $75,000 by' eliminating tho 'necessity of construct Ing a bridge over Bear river and a railroad spur from the Oregon Short Line at Honeyville to the factory site two miles east. Tho Bear River site already .has a spur running through it and it is esti mated that the section including North Elwood and the Corinne district can produce 60,000 tons of beets. As yet no official of the sugar com pany has made any statement vith re gard to the proposal. BRIGHAM CITY. April 12. Dr. D. W. Henderson ha3 returned to this city after spending sfx yceks In re search work in New York. Mrs. Hen derson, who went to visit him a month ago, made tho journey home In com pany with her husband. BRIGHAM CITY. April 12. Post master E. M. Tyson of this city la In the L. U. S. hospital at Salt Lake un dergoing minor operations of the nose and throat and making good progress. I nn DAVIS COUNTY SIDE ROADS TO BE PAVED FARMINGTON, April 13. With Wl. SI I011ES& SHORES jS ' rL Menand Women JH I Office iW Main Street JVBH ' Vfe-Y S3'1 L31 City. UtnhflO Thirty vtars experience trcatinc Acute. Chronic nd Special DUcaitt This month marks the passing of the Forty-fifth 1 j year of the business life of W. H. Wright' and Sons Co. j I I According to our custom of the past many years I f I we shall celebrate the event with one of our An-; v ; I I niversary Sales. : ! B . The idea being that we shall make many special jj - I prices on this occasion to emphasize the year "45." J j L I A detailed advertisement giving a world of these I I special prices will appear in this paper tomorrow. j I W. H. Wright & Sons Co. ! J main roads of Davis county paved) with cement, county commissioners will turn their attention to principal side roads, according to information re ceived yesterday. The roads will be graded, drained and repaired with gravel where necessary. Threo trucks with trailers have been ordered by the county for hauling gravel to various roads In the county. MINE BUREAU MEETS AT BOISE THURSDAY j. BOISE, Ida., April 13. The annual meeting of the state bureau of mines and geology will be held in Boise April 15. This bureau was created by the 1919 legislature for the purpose of bringing about a scientific geological sui-vev for tho mineral resources or the stale, and afford an official guide to' visiting engineers and Investors. Governor Davis is president, Frances A Thompson is secretary, and board members are State Mine Inspector Robert N. Boll. D. C. Livingston and Senator Jerome J. Day. OUTDOOR PAGEANT TO BE STAGED AT BOISE BOISE, Ida., April 13. Arrange ments are under way in the Boise for Why Society Women Wash Their Own Hair They do, not because it is a fad, but because they wish to obtain the greatest possible hair beauty and be sure they are not using anything harmful." They have found that In washing the hair it is never wise to use a makeshift, but is always ad visable to use a preparation made for shampooing only. Many of our friends say they got tho best results from a simple home-made canthrox mixture. You can use this at a cosi of about 3 cents a shampoo by getting some canthrox from your druggist and dissolving a teaspoonful in a cup of hot water. This makes enough shampoo liquid to apply to all the hair instead of Just the top of the head, as with most preparations. Dandruff, ex cess oil and dirt are dissolved and en tirely disappear- in the rinsing water. Your hair will be so fluffy that It will look much heavier than it is. Its lustre and softness will also delight you. Advertisement. For Sagging or Hanging Cheeks and Chin Flabbineris of chocks, chin or neck wna considered very difficult to correct until tho discovery of what has proved to be a veritable wonder-worker for such con ditions, Tho preparation Is so simplo and harmless uny yomnn can easily make and apply it. It Is nil the more remarkable In that its beneficial effects are appar ent even after tho very first application, both na to appearance and the feeling of comfort produced. Tho formula is: One ounce powdered Efixolltc, dissolved in one-half pint witch hazel. Use dally as a wash lotion The solution tends to contract and solidify the loosened, baggy tissue, smoothing out the folds, creases and wrinkles, besides having a refining influence on skin of coarse texture and large pores. As witcli hazel and saxolltc can be had at any driisr store, anyone can try this successful recipe. How To Beautify Your Complexion By VIOLA DANA That sensational actress. Viola Dana, who is recognized as an authority on i beauty topics says; "The best and quick- i est method of obtaining a beautiful rosy- I white complexion Is to thoroughly cleanse j the face night and momlng. then apply j that popular beautlflcr. Derwillo. -which j: has become a regular fad with over flvj ; hundred thousand discriminating' Rirls and women In the United Statec." Derwillo' takes the place of face powrior as It is more llfo-llkc In appearance. Us use can not be octccted and It stays on until you wash It off. Perspiration docs not affect It, nor will it rub off on clothing, and tho wonderful sale It has had proves that it is superior to all other beautificrs and face powders. There la nothing llko it for dark, sallow skin, freckles, xn. coarse pores, wrinkles and many other facial blemishes. It Is guaranteed absolutely harmless and sold at toilet counters ev ervwhero with the understanding that If you don't llko It they will give; vou back your money. Bo sure to read the large , article by Miss Dana soon to appear in ( this paper. It rIvcs a world of valuable Information on the care of the skin, omf-, thlnjr every girl and woman should know ; about. In the, meantime got Denvillo and . try It today. You will bo astonished at tho quick results It gives. Advertisement j tho production of an open air play entitled, "A Road to Yesterday," by Warl Wayland. the tentative plans for which call for the re-production of scenes and conditions of life in the west when the Indian contested his ground against the whites. .Present indications point to the elaboration of the most stupendous outdoor play ever attempted by any western city. UNCOVER BODY OF DEAD SHEEPHERDER POCATELLO, Ida., April 13. While sheepherders were gathering togeth er tho sheep belonging to the late George Herman of' this city yesterday, they came across the body of a man which had evidently been buried for some time and brought to tho surface j by coyotes. A few shreds of clothing j Indicated that the man had been a shecpherder, but it is difficult to iden tify him as there Is no report In the district of the disappearance of a sheepherder for some years pasL oo iNORTH OGDEN NOTES (Special to Standard-Examiner.) NORTH OGDEN, April 13. A con gregation of 470 persons, or 50 per cent of the ward population, heard Apostle David O. McKay delivur an address at the sacrament mooting here Sunday. A large attendance was .also present at the priesthood session In tho morning. Tho local Y. W. M. I. A. was par- tlally reorganized by Miss Maud West of tho stake board. Ella L. Garner HH Crandall, who has removed her rcsl- JM dence to Morgan, was honorably re leased as president. Ellen E. .11111. first counselor, was appointed jircal dent and Olive H. Randall was made" first counsolor. iH Students of Wobcr normal college will present their play, "Safety i-'lrst." this evening In the ward amusomont H hall. H An Irrigation meeting, at which res- HH ervoirs and high lino canals to cover IH1 lands heretofore unwatcrcd will bo IHfl discuased, will bo hold Thursday i-von-ing In the ward chapel. Mrs. Lettlo Hunter of RIgby, Ida., is visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Brown of this place. fl On April 1, a boy was born to Al- v wH bert and Rosenc Ward Shaw, and on HH April 2, a girl was born to William T. RIBi and Colla Browning Thomas. i!ijB I Mrs. Samantha Hunter, wlfo of An- lllK 'drew Hunter of Wilson ward, many r- ll'H , years a resident of this place, was ,v lH burled in North Ogden cemetery Sun- . fH day afternoon. jlH Mrs. Mary Warren, who has passed '1 through a siege of pneumonia, has so far recovered as to be moved to her IHH new home. H Mrs. B. F. Blaylock went to Idaho Falls Sunday morning, accompanied by her little granddaughter, Ruth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Q. Blaylock, and will visit relatives ,nd friends for a number of weeks. 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