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4 THE OGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1919.
IH FAMOUS ACTRESS TELLS HOW ;; SHE USES DERWILLO TO j BEAUTIFY HE COMPLEXION '111 -y .- '''' ' MISS ETHEL CLAYTON. IvH New York Miss Ethel Clnyton. Th ejever young actress now successfully -tarring under the Paramount banner, la famous for her beautiful complexion J when her friends Inquired aixut it snc said "It's all due to a toilet prepaj Ltlon 1 called derwlllo which I us twice daily. She experience 1 have had prompts me Ijly 10 make my secret public This wondcr 1 fill derwlllo Instantly lemitlf:ed in .-kin I fttd its continued use has made the r. -.-nits permanent." When Mao Edna Wilder, the well known beauty specialist. Ias interviewed in reference to lilaa Clayton's remarkable complexion stated, 'Anyone can have a beautiful complexion 1 when they know hos It's a very slmplo i process. I use the same article in my , ork, and until you try it you have no lJri of the marvelous results, The very first application will astonish you 'Jo to the toilet counter of an drug or de partment store :ind get a bottle of der willo, then make the following test: Ex , jH amino your .-'kin critlca.ll) I your ! mirror note carefully Its appearance, p tjic-n apply derwlllo as directed. A(t i ou L hae made the first application look in 1 your mirror acain and note the surprls- inc change A peach-like color mount the cheeks; a baby softness comes to 111 She j? tautlawL , Entered as Second-Often Matter t Ut gostofflce. Ogden, Utah. EST. DLISHED 1S70. II ei: An Independent Newspaper, publlihed every evening except Sunoay, without J muzzle or a club. MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press la exclusively B" iUcd to the use !or republication of an , lit; itn.i credit, d to It not olherwls oedlted in thlo paper and also tbu local news published herein. I VOTE ON NEXT TUESDAY. Remember that next Tuesday is the w "la on wnicn nKclcn is io make a weighty decision at the polls (n t.riat lui date, from 7 a. m to 7 p. m., the ii zons of Ogden who ar? registered will be invited to cast their ballots for , mayor, commissioner and auditor. As a result of that eastine of ballot-, the two highest candidates for each office, I win go on me nnai ticuet to oe pre sented to the voters on Novembi i i ij Those who desire to do their full duty as citizens of Ogden should be impelled by conscience to go to the polls on next Tuesday and mark their preference on ihe pnper ballots they V ill receive on entering the booth Neglect to do this may allow the must unpopular men to qualify in the pri maries and thus unfavorably effect the ultimate decision. ' Remember there will bo no election Ij, fiiachines to operate. The vvbjle pro crss of voting Is as simple as A B C. i and no one through timidity or a false sense of impending embarrassment should fall to go the polls. .-There are 54 districts in the city. the skin. It makes the skin rosy-white, velvety and radiantly beautiful. It Is wonderful for a dark, sallow skin, shiny noM . freckles, tan. oll skin, sun spots, coarse pores, pimples. blackheads, Chapped, rough skin, ruddiness, wrinkles and many other facial blemishes. Der wlllo method Is absolutely harmless anl will not produce or stimulate a growth of hair. It Is superior to face powder, as perspiration does not el feet it, therefore It sta on better. Thousands who have used it have had the same results as Miss Clav ton. and I am sure If you will give It a fair trial you will become Just as enthusiastic as I am and always use it in preference to any other powder or beautifler " NOTE N hen uskerl about Derwlllo one of our lending druggists said. "It Is truly a wonderful beautifler. sway ahead of anythlnK we have ever sold before Wo aro authorized by the manufacturers to refund the money to anyone who Is dis- satlafled1! and we would not permit the, use of our name unless the product pos sessed unusual merit ' It is sold in this city under an Iron-clad money back Kiiarantee by all department stores and up-to-date druggists. Ineludlnc A It. Mc Intyre Dr- Co Advertisement. Look up the election map and deter mine where you vote and then VOTE. TRAPS FOR THE UNWARY. For years the Kentucky moonshiner, up in the mountains of that tate of beautiful women, fine horses and dig nified colonels, has been the subject of stories ranging from the humorous io the tragic, but the Alabama evader of the law is now coming into distinc tion, and he is most original. An east rr n paper contains this reference to his latest activity . 'The use of hour-traps by Ala bama moonshiner.", (o cateh rev -uue agents is a new kind of strat egy in an old form of warfare. spnnqtraps to eaten trespassers are a time-honored device in Eng land, now forbidden by taw except that householders may set such traps on their premises between sundown and sunrle. An excit ing episode in one o Thomas Har dy's novels Involves the use of a man trap to cripple a rival In.love. "Perhaps a strain of English an cestry in Alabama moonshiners ac counts for the adaptation of the bear trap to this defensive use But the fact is of less interest as Hn '.I lustriTtion of the survival of cus tom than as a hint of fu'.ure uevel- ments in the Irrepressible conflict between makers of 1 lie i t whiskey and government agents. " n, REACHING OUT TO THE PEOPLE. The University of Utah is doing a service fur this .state in providing an extension course for the teaching of hygiene, sanitation and the prevention I TELLS OGDEN DRUGGISTS SALE M l OF BEGV'S MUSTARINE IS GUARANTEED Makers Have so Much Faith in Its Mighty Power That They Rigidly Guarantee It Not Only to You But to All Who Buy It '".! Begy's Yellow Musiarine in Yellow Box I v I fl y M?.n the PeP' o1 this city and tat will know throuoh the newspapers about the best and quickest pain killer on earth. vA wonderful external remedv thnt Olten end influenza, eold in the cheat, acre throat, pleurisy or bronchltU 0V r AlKllt It's called Bcgy'a Mustarlne :nd thou i nand of people who hov- suffered from Qe ugonizuiK painc of rheumatism have Cftund apccd . sun; ;md bleated rellel SjjU) oiii- upplicallon. jjlKvei-jont know: thai heat ceasil pain B'i there is more concentrated non- W. t. ririK h. Mt In a box oi IJ t,". Mil nine than can he put in any other M Uc x ol lb.- wime pi?..- I 2:J, rJu8t tell your customers to rub on Hr-py k ilustorlnt: It in vm p. netr.it ipK and fn't bllsi. i .Tel them to use it for sprain and itiMiiis. for lumbago, neurltla. sciatica 4il neuinU'la. IIHl i .Remember that people who use I '"I 22h!f;KIn!l Beoy'9 M"arlne once- never 00 back to slow-acting remedies that may do good and may not It a used extensively ,or WPiMm , polns and aches of nil kinds, and hist a soon ns the peopl. ,,-et to know how much better it Is than liniments salves poull i. ea , plaatera, hot water bottles and inc like, the demand will exceed your ox. pactationa. Ket-.V0,"J0rdr '" to-day your Jobber has it and remember Ihnt If for xnV reason it does not aell, you can have you i money back. Remember also that In .s.-lllnc Bezya MiiKiarlne to your eustomera that we jniarontee it to do Just what wo say u will do. And if it doesn't five the cuetomar his money lnek and wa will make k-ood S ' Wells and Co., leltoy. N Y makers of Celery Klnn. Dr Carters K ft fl Tea. Shlloh and oilier cood icmedics Advertietmcnt. of disease. This is a direct contact in which the university, instead of belnp something apart from us. is to enter into our daily life, conveying a mes sage full of meaning and richly help ful. It is our idea of modern univer sity service and the Standard urges the people of Ogden to immediately grnsp the meaning o.' the movement and avail themselves of Mie opportu nity to profit by the lessons to he tausht. In ;i letter from the university ihis outline is presented ! It will also emphasize methods of preventing physical lirferts and the correction of such defects as are cor rectable, so as to make for the high est physical officKip The- methods to be adopted will be lectures or courses of lectures, exhib its, educational motion pir"lr'' enter tainments and the distribution of health literature. There activities are to be conducted in schools churches, amusement halls, clubs, etc., with the Bupporl and under the auspices of any and all organizations interested in She work. It is proposed to make sanitary sur veys covering water supply m ik sup ply, sewerage disposal and kindred pubjects. Traveling exhibits will be a part of ;he program, where- models and charts will be shown; their- exhibits to re main one week In a place, that week to be known as "Health Week" in 'he vil lage where the display is made. Dur ing the "Health Week;' lectures o. motion picture entertr inments will be given every afternoon and evening so as to thoroughly aro'.ise the people to the importance of phvsical fitness. During this health wek in each vil lage or section, one day Is to be de voted to a baby exhibit and child wel fare work Lectures and entertain ments will be so varied as to keep up the interest for the entire week. Villages and towns will be encour aged to Institute a program in hygiene j.nd sanitation, with R view of ap proaching as nearly as possible the ideal. Civic pride in these matters will be developed Good heallh is actually a purchas able commodity and it is a sane com munlty that sees fit to pr;vent disease rather than cure it From an econ om ic standpoint it costs about one tenth as much to adopt preventive measures as it does to treat diseases after they appear, to say nothlPK of extending life's span TKrt nnk-nroitl hoc .-irjani7fd A Mother's club for the benefit of the mother or the expectant mother Twen ty-four bulletins have been issued; one for each month during the period ol gestation and the remainder of the twenty four bulletins cover the caro of the child until the end of its second year. An enrollment fee of $1 ia charged those who join the Mothers' club, in order to cover the expense o( poslaqc and mailing out of thes buile tins. Ml mothers and all those who ( cpect to be mothers are Invited to Join. The lecture courses arc as follows t. Dr R. S. Olsep Prenatal Development of the Ch'ld. Care of the Newborn Child The Bottle-fed Baby. Feeding Disturbances of the First Year. Weaning Introduction of New Foods The Pre school Period of the Child's Life. 2 Dr. L. S. Stevenson Sanitation A Moral Obligation. An Ideal Village From a Health Standpoint. 3. Dr. E. G Cowans: Physical Welfare of the Next Ger.cr ation. The State's Responsibility of the School Children. t. Dr. Joseph R Msrrell The Science of Keeping Well Infectious Diseases and How to Avoid Them (3. Dr. Heber J. Sears: Physical Handicaps to Moral md Spiritual Development How to Re 100 P-r Cent Efflc'ent. G. Dr L. L. Daines Dodging Infection Vaccines Their Use and Abuse Bacteria Helpful and Harmful The Prevention ol the "Preventable" Diseases. 7. Dr Perry G Snow: Mouth Infections "Catching" Diseases. 8. Prof. J. R Griffiths: Recreation In Relation to Physical and Moral Well-being. Community or Civ ;c Recreation, ft. Prof. A. L Bt-eley: Psychology of Play. The Motion Picture in Teaching. 10. Miss Rose Junes: Sex Instruction in the Home. Stories and Story Telling in the Home, Froebel's Mother Ilays A s"rPS 0f four talks. 11. Prof. George S Snoddy: Conditions Influencing Early Mental Development In the Child. Conditions Influencing Later Men tal Development in the Child. 12 Prof L. E Cowles. The "Teens" The Period of "Part ing of the Ways " Reorganization of the 'school to Meet the Special Child. Training for Leisure ccupa; ions. 13. Prof. E. E. Ericksen: Psychological and Moral Tendencies in Adolescence. The Essentials for a Happv Home. A Democratic Home in a Democrat ic Society 14 Dean Milton 3ennion; ' t Body of Dead Woman Mutilated By the Strikers PITTSBURG. Oct. 16 Sheriff Wil liam S. Haddock of Allecheny county, today sent to Chairman Knyon of the enate committee investftting the steel strike, a letter in whien he prac-' tically charges that the body of Fan nie Seiiins, an organizer for the Unit ed Mine Workers, who was shot and killed August 26 at West Natrona, where there was 8 strike- of mlnern. had been deliberately mutilated after the official autopsy to make it ap-J pear Bhe vvas shut in the back The death of the woman has at- I traded much attention because of the charges made oy laDor union men thai she was murdered by depulv her liffS. The coroner's verdict declared lahe vvas killed during a riot The miners charge she was shot to depth 'while protecting children from the sheriff s deputies. The body was ex humed last Monday at the instance i lof a relative and yesterday labor men I sent to Chairman Renyon an afflds vit sinned by two physicians averring jthat there was a gunshot wound in the back. The coroner'-- finding made no mention of such a wound. Some la i bor leaders have referred to the Scl Hns case as nn example of the al leged methods used by certain corpo rations to defeat workers who stilke for higher wages and bettor WOVkl Ig conditions The sheriff's letter after briefly re citing the history of the case, says: ' The Investigation conducted bv the sheriff and by the coroner also lead! i to the decision that the wound found I 'in Fanie Sellins' back when the body was di.-dnterred last Monday after be ing burled 13 days may or may not be a bullet wound and that whatever kind of injurv it is, was deliberately j inflicted after ihe official :nittin- in the presence of reputable witnesses to, discredit those in authority and for the further purpose of lurnlshlng anarch istic, dangerous and revolutionary a?i tators and organizers propaganda to be used In the steel strike against the state and national governments, al though the incident Is not remotely i conected with the strike. ' Allegheny county Is a d. strict more' affected and concerned by the Bte I strike than any other communitv In the United States and in malntninine peace and order, the sheriff Is the buffer here between the contestants in this important controversy In this capacity we have observed that what ever unrest and disorder exists here Is due entirely to the presence in this community f dlshorest, revolutlonarv land bolshevik agitators whose purpose is to prey on the unintelligent foreign er and goul him into deeds which the American worker will not tolerate. nn New Method of educing Fat A neWS item from abroad Informs us that the American method of producing a film, trim flRiire s meeting with aston ! ifdilni; .hik, ThlM H.vdtem vh. b has : made .such h donworful impression over ' I then- must be the M.umoln Preset ipiion Tttblet method of reducing int. It la safe to say that we have nothlnp better for this purpose in this country. Any thing that will reduce the excess flesh two. threo or four pounds a week, with out Injury to the .stomach, the causing of wrinkles, the help of excrclslnp or dlct i Ins. or interference with one's meals la i mighty important and useful addition to I civlllutlon'a necessities. Just such a i catalogue of pood results, however fol , low the use of these pleasant harmless I and economical little fat reducers We say economical because Marmola Prc ' aeiiptlon Tablets (mode In accordance with the famous prescription! can be on- tallied of any druggist or the makers, .the Marmola 'o. S64 Woodward Ave., Detroit, Mich , for one dollar the lm rus. , whbo Is ,i derided!) economical i price ronsiderinK the number of tah ' lets each case contains. They are j harmless Advertisement. Fierce Battle Between Strikers And Strike Breakers Cincinnati. net 16. Former Hiief of Detectives William L. Nimmo. of Cincinnati, was shot in the left arm and right leg, and at least three others were wounded durine a fierce battle between trikinc employes of the An drevvs Steel company, Newport, Ky , a i suburb of Cincinnati, and strike break ers and guards who were leaving the plant at the close of today's work. Rifles, shotguns and pistols wore used und more than 100 shots were ex changed Strikers, It is said, had been assem bl d along 'he Licking pike for several hours before the alfray, with the (n tention Of intercepting the men work ing at the plant no . If you are in the market for' hay, corn, oats or potatoes in carload lots get in touch with G. C. McPeek, 513 National Bank Building. Phones, day, 442 night, 1654. ou Would Oppose The Extending of Wheat Guarantee CHICAGO, Oct 16. Julius H Barnes, United States wheat director, gave public notice tonight that he would oppose any attempt to extend to another crop the present govern ment policy of a guaranteed price on wheat. The anouncement was marie at s diner In his honor given bv the directors of the Chicago board of trade. 'vBvapjaaaaBjaBBaajaBiaaajatyijaae Why Every Young Man and Woman Should Be Trained la a Vocato'n. The Social Basis of the Obligation of Citizenship The Relation of Intellectual r-eve'op-ment to Moral Development. If. Motion Pictures, Fit to Win. Come Clean lfi. Lantern Slidf- Lectures; Social Diseases 50 slides. Trap the Fly- :0 rlideg. Much Trade to Be I Devoloped By United States! NEW YORK, Oct 16 American business men, merchants and manu facturers are offered great opportuni ties for trade and lnilustrl.il expansion in Russia, Siberia, the Balkan states, Jugo-Slavia republic, and In the Near East, trade experts and forelKn busi ness representatives declared today in ! addresses before the tenth anual con- I venllon of the American Manufactur ers' Export association Warning was given, however, that America must expect to meet the sirongest kind of competition in there Countries from Great Brilain, Prance and Japan Man of the leading exporters and manufacturers of the country are at tending the convention, whleh will close tomorrow night. Tho Cnlted States will "unquestion ably share in a large part " of the trade with the central empires, W S Qovan 1 Vice president of the E. , Du Pont del Nemours Export company, assertel. Dr Alonzo E. Taylor, membei of ihe war trade board, pointed out that ilV' new Germany would become a "most active and persistent and steadv com petitor of the United States" in the new world markets by "merely taking up ihe many permanent trade found i tions which she still has abroad." He warned that the Germans would: try "every trick of the trade" to tin- I dermine American commerce abroad 1 Establishing of direct steamship lines, to run between United States I end tho ports of Greece, Turkey and; Egypt, and cheap freight rates, were urged by W. L. Saunders of the Inger-BOll-Rand companv Lewis Heck, of the American con sular service, in discussing the Near Bast, pointed out thai the British nn 1 , French were making great efforts to capture trade In Turkey and Persia. I He said that the American busin-s-man. however, "can get a fair share of1 Ihe business in this Held' if he wants I ir oo Call on J. J. Brummitt at 2417 Hudson avenue, if you want to sell your Liberty bonds. Phone 59. Chiropractors Make Charges Against Doctors Answering1, on Wednesday, complain ta filed bv the state medical board through District Attorney Dobbs. Rosa H. Mr Cune. A F Blair, Clarence B Johnson and Ira J McKell, chiropractors, eharco' the medical board Is "a professional fra ternity known and designated as doctors ; of medicine and surgery and alleged to be organized under, and created by. the laws of T tah," and that the sole pur pose of the board Is "to create and pro mote a monopoly in the ?tate of Utah and that It Is contrary to the state laws." The chiropractor, deny all the charces of the bonrd and qi;ote sections of tho state laws, questioning the constitution ality of the law creating the board of medical examiners. Their answer in part Is as follows 'That the plaintiff Is alleged to b a board representing a professional fra ternity known and designated as doeton of medicine and surgery, and alleged to be organized under and neiod by the laws of Utah, and defendant alleges that the sole purpose of said board of stale medical examiners Is to create and pro mote a monopolv in the state of Utah, and that It Is contrary to the provisions of Section 4475 of the Compiled Laws of t'tah. 1917. which reads as follows: "Any combination by persons ha ins for its object or effect the controlling or the prices of professional services, any products of the BOtl any article of manu facture or commerce, or the cost of ex- lu'nce or transportation, Is prohibited and declared unlawful." The defendants further allege that the law creating the hoard of medical ex aminers further contravenes the pro- i visions of Section 19, Article 12 of tho Constitution of the State of I trth. which I reads as follows: ' Every person In this state shall be free to obtain employment whenever possible, and any person, corporation, or gent servant or employes thereof, ma liciously Interfering or hindering In any way, any person from obtaining, or en joying employment already obtained, from anv other corporation or person! shall be deemed guilty of a crime Tin; J legislature ahull provide by law for tho i enforcement of this section. That It 19 discriminatory class-legislation, and purposes to create r monopoly and do feat Individual effort" oo Chemist Wins Lasting Gratitude "I tried several doctors and ail kinds of medicine, and had about given up all hope of getting better I did not j hink it possible that any medicine' could be so wonderful in its effect as I Mavr's Wonderful Remedy hcis proven i in my case. You sure have won my ' lusting gratitude, I could not work at 'dl and had constant pain n my ?tom ach before taking your medicine" It is a simple, harmless preparation thnt removes tho catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the Inflaci niation which causes practically all 'stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, i including appendicitis. One dose w,: ', Convince or money refunded A. R. Md I Intyre Ding Co, and druggists every- where Advertisement nn . J King of Belgians I Makes a Trip h Through Yosemite i YQBBMITB. Calif.. Oct. 16 (BY THE ) ASSOCIATED PRESS) King Albert l Belgulm and bis party left Glacier Point ' at 9 o'cloek this mornlns: owr winding ' ) roads up and down the aldea of mountains for nlonK ride to the Mariposa grove ol - big trees where luncheon was served 1 1 Wonderful li Exhibit of Parisienne II Ivory j 1 revelation in HQ itself Genuine Oil l?i solid ivory pieces that can't be equalled anywhere. The S assortment is so large and varied that it would be an easy matter to match any already have started. Q J j LiJ Among the several pieces will be found Brushes. Mirrors, ! jj Nail Buff;rs and Files, several designs in Puff Boxes, Card R m Holders, Hat Pin Tubes, Shaving Soap Holders, Soap S ; i Boxes, Jewel Boxes. Picture Holders. Salve Boxes, Pin Llj Trays in fact anything which you could wish for in Ivory Q Toilet Goods. Begin now to select gift pieces for the holidays. The as- W H Qsortment at present is complete in every detail, which jjj makes choosing an easy task. (I 1 I I THE SHAEFER FOUNTAIN 1 I I PEN I J frl The happv enmhinntinn nt the busy busings rr.an II rgj It's always readj For service. mm $1.50 AND L P, I j 0 ' J 1 (J I MISTAKES ARE COSTLY ffi CO "J Mistakes made when compound- - : " rrj I iXULC-Ui OCVCr :n9 a prescription are the most S ""a & costly of all blunders It may UJ ( P mean a human life. We dare not make Rl E mistakes our reputation is a stake. '"'v T We therefore jealously guard against yv til r x aciy blunders in cur prescription de- JJ UI partment. Our label on your medicine I pjj bottle is the sign of accuracy and qua1- yj L LtJ Ity. Won't you be one of the many tc v en joy th is confidence ? L- yf 11 C1' 1 1 mfi si m f tts sec l ( N I :::: oMm :::: g g 3 Better Way PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS 1. Phone 2SJ Q IkTo . J sstaaaHsrasraiasssiasiaEEiiaBBBiaE SIh around a huge camp fire 'When the trees had been Inspected, the return trip to the special train at El Portal was made by automobile Tho weather was ideal und the king and queen, us well as the other members of the party were enthusiastic over the wonderful view. Most of the royal household made tho. trip to Glacier Point by horseback ana Immediately upon arrival the klne and a member of his party went for a climb over the mountains. The special train ts due at Los Angele nt nine a. m.. tomorrow Tt is probable that tho party will motor from there to Pasadena to take the train. The next important stop will lie at Gallup. N. M . where a cowboy and Indian yhow will tx .-t.iged for the royal party at about olyht o'clock Sunday morning A stop ot several hours will be made at Albuquerque In tho afternoon 00 Yes, Alfred tho butter of courtesy should be thickly spread upon the bread of Independent no Read the Classified Ads- vr baaif- tjasaf tasasT Bsarf aaaaT arr SnW SajaT Sw aaarr feaaar a itB Stei King Albert Admires 2 Big Ireesmihe l:?j Mariposa Grove r.Ki !;! . c,,i , : (BT .be " Associati l Pi ' iinding today m j :"'" oi ihe huge a co I W old Bequola tree dedicated to New York 1 1 stale in the .Mariposa grove of the bis Fj trei . Km: lberi i h- seventh of Bel flum paid ir buie Hula:.' to the fore- --in ol ill" federal covrrnmpnt In s?'- j ,-' -- liiu' .iside ihe Yellowstone national j J S park and similar great reserves. J la' "The scenery Is wonderful, most IT7 Wonderful,' aid his majesty. Ah' i jly The.-., irees' 'lh-r.' are mountaiiis in 1 y inanv places but not such trees M I I am very much pleased with th j H'l governmeni system of national park - J I'he; educational and they hel? j make the people patriotic." I HI osisiMnJiiiiivimiiiAiiKii PRIMARIES OCTOBER 21ST " r J ( EFFICIENCY. HEALTHFUL SANITATION. W H GOOD ORDER, MACADAM STREETS. J m 9 BETTER LIVING CONDITIONS E ABBOT R. HEYWOOD, CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR. 0 kf (Political Advertisement.) g