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j 2 THE QGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 191&.
I" EMFORD BOILS! ' Mr. and Mrs. I. L Durkland, 170 Twenty-seventh street, have just re ceived a letter from their son, Emford, -telling them that lie Is now recuperat ing in a French hospital, after a re cent illness. Young Burkland relates some of his experiences while In service over there and among them is nn account i of himself hecoming lost while doing ! scout duty in a French forest. ' "For a "day and . a night, I wandered around and stumbled into shell holes where bodies of dend Germans and horses had fallen. But don't worry about me for the -war is too nearly ovbr. I hardly think it will last anoth er month although I haven't seen a pa i per for two weeks." Mr. Burkland, prior to his enlist j ment was a locomotive fireman on the Oregon Short Line. 1 THIN PEOPLE m ' SHOULD TAKE f : PHOSPHATE yjjj "Nothing Like Plain Bltro-Phosphate to Mil Put on Firm, Healthy Flesh and Cjjw to Increase Strength, Vltjor Jffljn j and Nerve Force. SlniD ' Judglnp from the countless prcnara- nml tlons and treatments which arc con- . tinually bcinj- advertised for the pur- ItwIS V08e of making thin people fleshy, de- fimffl -velopinff arms, neck and bust, and re- Wm -placing ugly hollows and antics by the soft curved lines of health and lliljj beauty, there aro ovldently thousands III 4 17 of men and wCT,len who keenly feci their IB'jJ! excessive thinness. Thinness and weakness arc usually due CRff to starved nerves. Our bodies need MttJIj more phosphate than Is contained In jfljl? modern foods. Physicians claim there Is JjfJIJ nothing that will supply this deficiency BftJjl so well as the organic phosphato known Mflt among druggists as bltro-phosphatc, M v which Is Inexpensive and is sold by (Dili most all druggists? under a guarantee of mc natlsfactlon or money bacJ By feeding the ajjflW ' nerves' dlrcdtly arid' by supplying tlie body julfj -cils with the necessary phosphoric food IfJIJ olemcnts, bltro-phosphate quickly pro- wiJlM duces a welcome transformation fn tho B1jK appearance: tho Increase In weight fre- Wjl quently being1 astonishing, full This Increase In weight also carries IjjIJ' with It a general Improvement in the Hi health. Nervousness, sleeplessness and KhII1 lack of energy which nearly always ac- 7X81 . company e.tcesslvo thinness, soon disap- ifltjj j; pear, dull eyes become bright, and palo cheeks 'glow with the bloom of perfect Jftlfi ! health. iHlfl' CAUTION": -Although bltro-phosphato -Silll 1b unsurpassed for relieving nervousness, ;Byi! sleeplessness and general weakness It ml should not, owing to its remarkable Im1 ' fle.ih-gTowing properties, bo used by any- fcwll onc does not desire to put on flesh, jU J Advertisement I I: casualtTWi SECTION NO. 1. The following'casualties are report ed by'the commanding general o the , American expeditionary forces: Killed in action ....145 i Died of wounds 62 :, Died of accident and otner causes. . 11 Died of airplane accident . . . A . . '. 5 Died ot disease ..313 Wounded severely 42 Wounded, degree undetermined 36 Wounded slightly 10 jl Missing in action ....'......... .122 J Total 746 ! Killed in Action. I Lieutenants. I . Stacy L. Harding, Anioch, Cal. 1 1 Edmund A. Parrott, San Mateo, Cal. ' I Sergeants. Joseph L. Kauffman, Los Angeles, j S Cal. f Corporals.- Albin Folde, Clarkson, Neb. s John M. Lister, San Francisco, Cal. j 3 Mechanics. 1 1 Ben C. Carson, Oakland, Cal. j I Orson P. Wilson, Duchesne, Utah, j 1 Privates. 'j i Henry N. Gambil, ML Vernon; Ore. u I William J. Perry, San Francisco, j I Charles L. Walker, Hillsboro, Ore. j I John Anderson, Park Laud, Wash. H On the Pantry Shelf i H j Money in the Bank fljt Thafs one of the things SA-VANEG 5 jf i does for youit cuts your egg bill u MB at ea5t $100 every time you buy 9 jHW t no of thti orango and blue packages. J HKI 111 This new and economical cooking com- X inn j pound is made- of cereals, milk with tho ft 1 butter-rat removed and leavening com- f ! pound. It gives the samo results In cook- 1 Nj i In2 and baking that you would obtain IBHij by using fresh eggs. f lHl Try a 25-ent package today. 8 IJI it will sarc yea Si. 00 at least. William Arj)s, Millard, Neb. Marco Cavilla, Santa Barbara, Cal. Frank J. Hagcn, Tonopali, Nov. Frederick Maixner, Bee, Nob. James C. Pearson, San Francisco, Cal. Dewey D. Sivloy, Stockton, Cal. Ben II. Wostcrbock, Middlotnwn, la. David Ynzzn, Farminglon, N. M. Died of Wounds. Captain. Marccllus H. Chiles, Denver, Colo. Privates," Anthony Centinif. Onklnnd, Cal. Emory R. Daniels, Big Pinoy, Wyo Vernon L. Howell, Dryad, Wash. Carl II. Jarvis, Burlington, la. Frank Patocka, Chico, Cal. I Carl S. Sanderson, San Francisco, Cal j . . Died of Disease. I Sergeants. I Ernpst It. Dunlap, Butte, Mont. Richard L. Hesley, MIndcn, la I Charles R. Wright,-' Scotts Bluff, I Neb. Privates. Colo L. Cosby, Redficld. la. Robert J. Ifagee, Alto, N. M. Charles ,E. Hand, Red Cloud, Neb Ralph O. Holmo3, Independence, la. Roy IT. Jewell, Strawberry Point, la. Bernard Kalkorf, Templeton, la. Joseph F. Kris, Dodge, Nob. Loyd II. Baker, Bunlington, Wyo. Wesley M. Cattron, Oshkosh, Neb. Ray V. Clark, Ames, la. Peter Detomasi, Silver City, Utah. Melvin L. Frerichs, Byron, Cal. Edward S. Gross, Titonka, la. Frank F. Irlmeier, Dcham county, la. Ralph Patlon, Bedford, In, John S. Purvis, Hanford, Cal. Anthony C. Romano, Louisville, Col. Wiljiam H. Tolt, Sioux Ctly, la. Reginald Banwcll, Ionoa, la.' Clyde B. Blades, Penrose. Colo. . William Godsoy, Buhl, Idaho. Edward W. Walker, Paulina, la. Rufus Lopez, Montrose, Colo. Ernest E. MInohan, Adana, la. Odin L. Olsen, Jewell, la. James G. Redbaugh, Bedford, la. Clifford L. Reed, Denver, Colo. Ralph B. Roes, Portland. Ore. 'Ed Reiter, Little Rock, la. Vinceute F. Roybal, Espanola, N. M. Frederick C. Trebllcock, Denver, Col. Adrian Uittenbogaard, Sanborn, la. Henry Wegman, Hull, la. Albin C. Youngquist, Boulder, Colo. Henry E. Price, Read, Colo. Claude E. Shepard, White, Neb. Wounded Severely. Lieutenants. Gilbert L. McDonough, Denver, Colo. Corporals. Kenneth B. Hoyt, Gresham, Ore. Anton J. Singer, Cedar Bluff, Neb. Wounded, Degree Undetermined. Sergeants Thomas A. McDaniel, Seattle, Wash. Privates. Forrest E. Howe, Lovell, Wyo. Harold W. Koop, Louisville, Neb. Alfred W. Barron, Colfax,. Ia. Oscar Kardell, Laurel, Neb. Wounded Slightly. Sergeants. William C. Patterson, Fresno, Cal. Missing in Action. Mechanics. Columbo Boitano, Stockton, Cal. Privates. Pierre Barbe, San Mateo, Cal. John J. Carey, Oakland, Cal. Alf G. Eige, Glendlve, Mont. George Kleid, Los Angeles, Cal. Alfred Marlow, Globe, Ariz. Noah Read, Placentia, Cal. Gurney I. Reed, Venice, Cal. Walter F. Scott, Los Angeles, Cal. Julia Velarde, Los Angeles, Cal. The following casualties are report ed by the Commanding General of the American Expeditionary Forces: Killed in action 42 Died of airplane accident 1 Wounded severely 230 Wounded, degree undetermined ...252 Wounded slightly ill Missing in action .- 107 Grand total 755 Killed in Action Privates Jesse R. Bachant, Sanger, Cal. Louis W. Gehring, Rutland. Ia. Edward L. Higgins, Stella, Neb. Wounded Severely Sergeant Louis Surdez, Fruitvale, California. Corporal Bert A. Peterson, Vinton, Iowa. Mechanic Hugo G. Thompson, Stock ton, Cal. Privates Leslie Beam, Rlverton, Ia. Oliver E. Blanchard, Ottumwa, Ia. Delbert O. "Brewster, Ruch. Ore. Conrad IT. Espeland, Seattle, Wash. William E. Fall, Perry, Ia. James R. Fcnwick. Shcaville, Ore. Byron Fogel, Lacona, Ia. Harry M. Mann, Wallace, Idaho. Viggo W. Jensen, Seattle, Wash. Luigl Monaco, Anaconda, Mont, Wm. Ryslavy, Beatrice, Neb. John Stevens, Cole Cltv, Ia. Louis V. Witehie, Allen, Mont. Wounded, Degree Undetermined Sergeants William F. Purvis, Grand'lsland, Ne braska. Francis C. Coate, Howard, Mont. Corporals Joseph R. Blalsdcll, Morgan, Colo. Horace Partridge, Alma, Neb. Corporal Clarence D. White, Omaha, Nebraska. Wagoner William S. Norman, Mcin tosh, N. M. Privates Smauel C. Baker, While Signal, N. Mexico. Sherman Brown, Sigourney, Ia. Carl Haugland, Collender, Ia. , Edward K. Johnson. Portland, Ore. Loran Wadman, Charlestown, Mass. Albert G. Vinot, Denver, Colo. Leo Sadler, DubUque, Iowa. Lloyd J. Tibblts, East Highland, Cal. Wesley Irving Barr, Arlington, Wash. Thomas M. Christcnsen,' Omaha, Nebraska. 1 Walter T. Cokcr. Montesano, "Wash. John W. Young, Denver, Colo. Joseph C. Marchard, Sacramento, California.- Paul C. Roggc, Atlantic, Ia. John R. Schultz, Collbran, Colo. Mark E. Turner, Brewster, Neb. James Wright, Yampa, Colo. Wounded Slightly Sergeant Dan Kirkhuff, Santa Bar bara, Cal. Privates Thomas S. Donaghy, Slater, Ia William H. Knuth, Clayton, la' Ferdinand J. Kuhr, Anaheim, Cal. Molses Lobato, Rosa, N. M. Ernest J. Moenkhouse, La Grande Oregon. ' Missing in Action Corporal Alfred Nunes. Centerville California. ' Privates Clarence W, Brayman, Helena. MonL Albert Cassinti, San Francisco, Cal. William J. Bent, Fresno, Cal. ' MilS. M. STEVENS! Mrs. Minnie Stevenson died Saturday afternoon after a long Ill ness, at her home in this city. Mrs. Stevenson was born In Chamolscm, Missouri. 1868 and was a member of the Clara Barton division of Women of the Woodcraft, Eastern Star, and many other fraternal organizations. She is survived by her husband, Joseph Stevenson, two daughters and two brothers and a son, now in the service, at Camp Benjamin Harrison, Indiana. Funeral will be held 'from the Kirk endall parlors. Scepter Easldalo, San Francisco, Cal. Gustav Kirstein, Startup, Wash. 1 John D. Patton, Chidian Valley, la. John E. Soiger, Neibart, MonL Hugo Eisner, San Francisco, Cal. Paul Herrcra, Rocada, N. M. Piotro Meli, South Seattle, Wash. John O'Connell, Ferndale, Cal. William A. Steffensen, Lowiston, MonL Clifford Stewart, Goshen, Wash. Corporal Albert J. Reed, Headquar ters company 147th Field Artillery. For extraordinary heroism in action near Juvigny, north of Soissons. France, 30 August, 1918. While sLitioned in an observation post which was heavily bombarded with gas and high explo sive shells, Corporal Reed assisted in carrying to the rear, under heavy fire, another member of the party who was seriously wounded, it being possible to proceed only by going from one shell hole to another. After accomplish ing this mission he returned to his post for duty under tho same sever fire. Home address: John A. Reed, father, Haywards, Alameda county, Cal. CapL Chas. E. Chonowith, 363 In fantry. For extraordinary heroism in action in the Forest of Argonne, France, 2930 September, 1018. At the time when troops on the left had re tired, Captain" Chenowith with his company covered the left flank of his division and thus prevented an attack by the enemy upon its flank. Artor being severely wounded, he remained i at his post until he had issued the ne cessary orders for holding the posi tion he had seized. Home address: Louise I. Chenowith, 306 South Fourth St., Salt Lake City, Utah. Sergeant Arthur P. Zimmerman, Company D, 361 Infantry, (As No. 2257107.) For extraordinary heroism j In action near Oesnes Nomina, France, 3 October, 1918. Sergeant Zimmerman volunLirily and unhesitatingly left shelter under heavy shell fire and without thought of personal danger, rendered first aid and- carried a wounded comrade to a place of safety. . Homo address, Mrs. Elizabeth A, Zim- I merman, mother, Bonners Ferry, Ida. Corporal Shalmar Froman, (As 2, 257,094), Company D, 361 Infantry. For extraordinary heroism in action near Gosnos, France. 3 October, 1918. Cor poral Froman voluntarily and unhesi tatingly left shelter under heavy shell fire and without thought of personal danger, rendered first aid and carried a wounded comrade to a place of safe ty. Home address: Mrs. C. IT. Brun dell, mother, Murphy, Idaho. Corp. J. A. Wallace, (2257240), Com pany D, 361 Infantry. For extraordi nary heroism In action near Gcsnes, France, 3 October, 191S. While his company was under heavy shell fire, Corporal Wallace voluntarily, unhesi tatingly and repeatedly left his shel ter under heavy shell fire, without thought of personal danger, rendered first aid and carried wounded com rades to a place of safety. Homo ad dress: Mrs. Mary A. Wallace, mother, i , I Catarrh t Of The Staacfi : X Is Daegerosis "Thousands Have It and Don't Know It," Says Physician. Frequently Mistaken for Indi- gestlon How to Recognize i "" and Treat. -f T "Thousands of people suffer more or less conijUntly from furred. coated tongue, bad breath, sour burning stom ach, frequent vomltlnfr. rumbling In stomach, bitter cructatlonsgas. wind and stomnch icldlty nnd call It Indigestion when In reality their trouble Is due to gastric catarrh of tho stomach," writes a Now York physician. Catarrh of tho stomnch fa dangerous because tho mucoua membrane lining of the stomach Ih thickened and a coating of phlegm covers the surface so that the digestive fluids cannot mix with the food and digest them. This condition Boon breeds deadly disease In tho fer mented, umisslmllatcd food. The blood la polluted and carries the infection throughout tho body Gastric ulcei-3 are api to lorm und frequently an ulcer Is tho llrst sign of a deadly crincer. In catarrh of the stomach a good and safo treatment la to take before meals a toaspoonful of pure Blsuratcd Mngncalu In half a glass of hot water an Dot na you can comfortably drink It. The hot watar washes tho mucu.i from tho stom ach wn!ls and 'raws tho blood to tho stomach whllo the blsuratcd magnesia Is an excollcnt solvent for mucus and In-1 creases tho officlency of the hot water treatment. Moreover the Blsuratcd Magnesia will norvo as a powerful but harmlesa antacid which will neutralize any cxccsb hydrochloric ncld that may be In vour stomach nnd sweeten Its food contents. Easy, natural digestion with out dlfllrcnK of any kind should soon fol low. Blsuratcd Magnesia Is not a laxa tive. Is harmless, pleasant and easy to tako and can be obtained from any local druggist. Don't confuse Blsuratcd Mag nesia with other forms of magnesia, milks, citrates, etc. but get It In the pure blsuratcd form (powder or tab!ot), espe cially prepared for this purpose. Advertisement 1 MEMSwsw i Pi'ii v iifiwiB" ffl'iiiiii ii wfili in1 wb'i itniiliidiiii n'tr m iwlf'ifii-i i Listen? People! , v jvS n TWENTY' it you are not fully satisfied -oxeS 'og c " after smoking half the bos, ywi return the balance to 216 Ju Booley Block, Salt Lake City, iw' and receive in exchange a w THRIFT STAMP. y takes RFD No. 2, Battle Ground. Washing ton. PvL Gilbert Strabb, (2257230). Com pany D, 3G1 Infantry, for extraordinary heroism in action near Gesnes. Prance, 3 October, 1918. Private Strabb vol untarily and unhesitatingly left shel ter under heavy sholl fire and without thought of personal danger, rendered first aid and carried a wounded com rade to a place of safety. Home ad dress: Mr. Miller M. Strom, friend, Devon, Mont. Major George W. Farwell, 361 In fantry. For extraordinary heroism in action nar Gesnes. France. 2S-29 Sep tember. 191S. Major Farwell displayed exceptional personal bravery in lead ing his command to the capture of enemy positions near Gesnes, France, 28-29 September, 1918. In each of these actions his troops were subjoct i ed to heavy artillery bombardment and machine gun fire, but due to his coolness and the inspiration of his personal leadership and bravery, his battalion in each Instance captured and held the positions attacked. Home Address: Mrs. G. D. Farwell, 3209 North 2Sth St., Tacoma, Wash. Major Oscar F. Miller, 361 Infantry. (Deceased). For extraordinary" hero ism in action near Gesnes, France, 28 September, 1918. Major Miller dis played remarkable bravery while lead ing his battalion in machine gun po sition, in which action the enemy po sition was captured and prisoners taken. Though twice wounded, Major Miller continued to command his men and to urge them on until he was fat ally wounded and carried from the field. Next of kin: Mrs. Oscar F. Mil ler, 1727 West 51st St., Dos Angeles, Cal. Summary of Marine Corps casual lies to date: Officers. Deaths ..; SO Wounded 79 In hands of enemy " 1 Total ! 160 Enlisted Men. Deaths 2"27 Wounded ,....2J2G In hands of enemy 72 Missing 286 Total 5671 The following casualties are report ed by the commanding genoral of tho American Expeditionary 'forces: Killed in action . 11 Died of wounds received in action. 25 Died of disease 4 Wounded In action severely 29 Wounded In action slightly 1 In hands of enemy Missing in action Total 1-5 Died of Wounds. Corporals. Clydo W. Scale, LosAngolos, Cal. Privates. " Frank Bosch, Sonoma, Cal. Floyd D. Sattorfleld, Evorott, Wash. Goo. Williams, Delmonte, Cal. Wounded Severely in Action. Corporals. Lawrence T. Brown, Lemon Grovo, Cal. Privates. Walter T. Moore, Fresno, Cal. Slightly Wounded in Action. Privates. Eugene J. Parker, Roxburg. Wash. James A. Walker, Oakland, Cal. Woundod Slightly Previously Reported Missing. Privates. Carl J. Klemmc, Boulder, Colo. The following casualties are roport ed by the commanding general of the American Expeditionary forces: Killed in action GS Died of wounds 220 Died of accidents and other causes. 13 Died of disease 239 Wounded severely 167 Wounded degree undetermined ...153 Wounded slightly 5 Missing in action 101 Total 956 Killed in Action. Privates. Walter A. Monson, Ogden, Utah. Henry Smith, Park City, Utah. George N. Welch, Pomona, Cal. Died of Wounds. Sergeants. Anderso J. Fredson, Ogdenf Utah. Joe Grammar, Big Creek, Mont. Allen B. New Berry, Mesa, Ariz. Joseph Cavalir, Clee Ulm, Wash. Herman F. Baatz, Western, Neb. Fred F. Belz, Stanton, Neb. Chauncoy L. Brier, Columbus, Mont. Claudo L. Bright, Sioux Rapids, Ia. Roy A. Daniels, Los Angeles, Cal. Frank G. Dunn, Saratoga, Ia. Wm. F. DeVItt. Santa Cruz. Cal. Hartvik E. Eike. Staff, Mont. William H. Hunting, Ute. Ta. Otto C. Jensen, Rock SpVings, Wyo. Albert R, Mlchels, Bellevue, Ia. John Mullder, Ogden, Utah, Arthur E. Plrnnje, Seattle, Wash. Frank E. Rothor, Wolbach, Neb. Russoll B. Hicks, Denver, Colo. Stevo Kaija, Sinfor, Idaho. Edward G. Mackcvcch, Phoenix, Ariz. William L. Oneal, Fortson, Wash. John Pyeatt, Tenday, Idaho. Died From Accidents and Other Causes. Privates. Harrjson Critchett, Grlnnell, Ia. Died of Disease. Captains. George O'Connor, San Francisco, Cal. Lieutenants. George R. Mason, Des Moines, la. Sergoants. John Guess, Elmonte, Cal. Corporals. George W. Cisco, Beatrice, Neb. Wagoners. Robert Emil Freudatein, Omaha, Neb. Privates. Delbert H. Gray, Independence, Ia, Andrew Johnson, Wallingford, la. Louis F." Loibytf Seattlo, Wash. Everett L. McKibbon, Emmet, Neb. Alfred Schroeder, Believe, Ia. Dick Van Holland, Rock Valley, Ia. Frank L. Hopkins. Bedford, lu. Julius VInke, Manning, Ia. William Young, Conroy. In. Daniel J. Limb, Adamsville, Ia. Walter B. McNurlin, Stanton, Nob. Rufus S. Owens. Cripple Creek, Colo. I-Ionry C. Paddock. Bozeman, MonL Leslie R. Racy, Spirit Lake. Ida. Arthur Slough, Grinville, Ia. Wounded Severely. Sergeants. Rudei M. Cole, Billings? Mont. Privates. John C. Burow. Anthon, Ia. Maurice F. Burwell, Roborts. Ia. Peter Callns. Muscatine. Ia. Vea Kelloy, Murray, Utah. Lester C. King, Jerome, Ia. Vincenzo Acquistapace, Gualala, Cal, Joe Bernardo, Aptos, Cal. Vaughn Brown, Superior, Ariz. Lulgi Fornaciari, Battle Mountain, Nov. Oliver Potcrson. Missoula, MonL Grover L. Miller, Omak, Wa3h. Sherman Plank, Beatrice, Neb. Samuel R. Reid, Ogden. Uta. . Leo Schueller, Deadham, Ia. Frank R. S terry, Buford, Coto. Emmett Floyd Wright, Petersburg. Neb. i Wounded, Degree Undetermined. ; Harrv Edgar Gregory. Dalton, Neb. Kenneth E. Harris, Cosmopohs, Wash. , J Roy Hennison, Cedar Rapids, In- Harry J. McMahon, Berkeley, Cal .; Julian T. Calkins, Maywood, Neb. Charles L. Cowdrey, Delta, Colo, : Glen M. Libhart. French Camp, Cal- Ola B. Myers, Ottumwa, la. ; Wounded Slightly. : Privates. f Theodore E. Nast, East Cresco, Ia. Missing in Action. J Lieutenant. Joseph R. Pearson, Modesto, Cal. Corporals. $ Harold O. Barton, Los Angele3, Cal. , Harvoy Drummond, Benecia, Cal. ! Privates. Cledlth S. Bullock. Portland, Ore. Robert W. Callow, Idaho Springs, ; Colo. Thomas S. Catechi, San Francisco, ; Cal. ft jj (Continued on Page S) If v Influenza Dont s I I DON'T board a street car if you can't get a seat. j I DON'T vshake hands with anyone. 1 i DON'T get in contact with anybody. ! DON'T go visiting anywhere. I DON'T wait to go to bed if you feel sick it may be I i too late then. 1 j DON'T hesitate to call a doctor. 1 j I 1 DON'T wait on a patient without a mask. 1 i DON'T take down your .'Flu sign, or you will laud I g in jail. I DON'T leave your premises until released by .Health ; Inspector. DON'T think you can't get file 'Flu' the city is a full of it. J 3 DON'T attend social gatherings of any kind and you 1 1 I won't get the 'flu 1 9 w CITY BOARD OF HEALTH. ! rj