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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MOR-NING, DECEMBER 20, 1903.
It CIVIG FEDERATION An Extension of the Move ment Planned A Statement Setting Forth One of the Reasons Why Mr. Hanna is Not a Presidential Candidate. New York. Dec. 19. At the second session of the national civic federation today it was decided to organize four special sections representing the build ing trades, metal" trades, publio service corporations and textile Industries, each sect'on to be composed of a com mittee of nine members, three mem bers being appointed from each of the three classes represented in the civic federation .the employers, the wage earners and the public. Power was vested In President Hanna to appoint the committees. These committees will also seek to promote the joint trade agreement idea in all these lines wherever practicable. By a resolution unanimously adopted it was decided to carry out In each of the cities selected by the executive officers, the policy of conciliation now operative In the civic fedeuition. Tim was in response to many applications for .the appointment of conciliatio-t committees in cities In which no IocjI orgp.nl station of the federation has yet formed. Oscar Ftraus, presided at the dinner given tonight at Madison Square (Jar den by the New York civic federation to the national body. A letter was received from Senator Hanna, expressing his regret that a sudden Indisposition prevented his be ing present. Mr. Straus in his introductory ad dress said: "Senator Hanna has repeatedly de clared that he Is not a candidate for president, and I will tell you why: He has been so active in our work and feels that if he were drawn into the campaign he would not be able to carry on the work of this federation. And he believes this work to be of greater moment and importance than that which would devolve upon the presi dent of the United States. "This is not an empty assertion. I will quote you his words. Two years age he said.: 'I would rather be the nan who would carry to success the movement to bring labor and capital into closer alliance than to be the president of the United States.' "And thereof we that heard him say that believed him then and believe him now. We believe the national civic federation Is the most important body of men in the United States." A DEAD PRIZE FIGHTER. Fetal Ending of a Bout at Sacramento Friday Night. Sacramento, Cal.. Dec. 19. Thomas Penderga9t, a prize fighter, died today from Injuries received in a tweniy round contest with Kid Williams of I-.OS Angelas. Williams and the eecor.d are under arrest. At the end of the fight, Pendergast was apparently unin jured. When he reached home Jie com plained that his stomach hurt hlro. loiter In the night his brother wan awakened by his loud breathlnjr. Med ical aid was summoned, but Pender gast never recovered consciousness. Concussion of the brain is assigned, as th? cause of d?ath. One of Pendergast's second1 states that in the last Jtwo rounds Williams landed a shower of blows om the Fide of Fendergaat's head. The b'ows all fell on Pendergast's gloves but th-'y wr driven against hU head with ro much force that-it caused concussion. DREYFUS REVISION. Paris, Dec. 19. Positive announcc irents are mnde this morning by the Soleil and Lanterne that Victor Mer ger, one of the directors of the mitji'S try of Justice, and reporter of the Dreyfus commission concluded his re port and that it recommends a revis ion of the case. ANOTHER MACHINISTS STRIKE. A Claim that the U. P. and S. P. Have '" Broken the Agreement. Chicago, Dec. 19. A general s'rik3 of machinists boiler makers and black smiths on the Union Pacific and' South ern Pacific railroad lines may be d- We 'Prid 100,000. For Llquozone Yet Wo Give You a 50c. Bottle Free. This company, after testing Licraozone for two years in the most difficult germ diseases, paid f 100,000 for the United States' rignts. That is by far the highest price ever paid for similar rights on any scientific discovery. We publish this fact to show you the value of Liquozone. The most worthless product may have great claims made about it; but men don't pay a price like that save for a discovery of remarkable worth to humanity. Kills Inside Germs. Liquozone alone kills germs in the body without killing the tissues, too. It is so certain that we publish on every bottle an offer of $1,000 for a disease germ that it cannot kill. Liquozone destroys at once and forever the cause of any germ disease. And there is no other way to do it. Any drug that kills germs is & poison to you, and it cannot be taken internally. Liquozone alone can attack a trouble that is caused by inside germs; and it cures diseases which medicine never cured. Liquid Oxygen. Liquozone is simply liquid oxygen no drugs, no alcohol in it. It is the discovery of Pauli, the great German chemist, who spent 20 years on it. His object was to get such an excess of oxygen 'in et?ple clarcd by an. 1. A violation of th agreement, which ended the machine shop strike is alleged. International President fUo:um, of the Brotherhood of Blacksmith?, Is quoted as authority for the statement that th companle? are attempting" to evade a stipulation that rieee work thould b3 aboUshed within four months. CHICAGO HOTEL RATES. Donirl of Report that Convention Figures Will be Pushed Up. Chiea. Dec. 19. The repcrt that Chlcnro hotels will attempt to chirgj extortionate rates during the n?.t Irnal republican contention is denied by ho tel men. Speaking generally, ra will be raiFed only to that extent which will reimburse hotels fcr additional ex pense. " THE DOMINICAN WAR. A Suspected Attempt to K'dnap the President. Ran Domingo. Dec. 39. Gov. TC,-d-riguez, having been sup-xted of an in tention to kidnap President Moiales. has been obliged to take shelter In tV:e French consulate. There was much firing last night In and out of - town. Santiago de los Oabelleros 1? now r-ald to be surrounded by the govern ment forces. IjaVera. Srn FranclFco and Maco-'s have declared in favor of the revolu tion. Fighting has occurred at Moca. HEINZE SENTENCED. He and Associates Found Guilty of Contempt. Helena. Mont.. Dec. 19. F. Augustis . IK'lnze. .T. H. Terise. the Montana Ore Purchasing company. Albert Frank and the Johnson Mining company were found guilty ot contempt of th? United States court by Judge Knowles in disregarding orders of inspection and survey granted on Nov. 3. They were sentenced to comply with the original order. Heinze. Terise and Frank to pay $2,300 respectively or go to jail. HE NEVER SAID IT. General Merriam Denies Public Criti cism of Wood Appointment. Denver, Dec. 19. Majcr General H. C. Merriam retired, who f visiting hi daughter', Mr. Geo. I'.erget of this city, stated tonight that he hai re ceived no word from the war depart ment regarding the alleged interrl'w in which he wm mode to criticize th? appointment of General Leonard Wooi. However, tho newspapers continue to dicuss the matter and he trnight sent to Secretary of War Root the following ir?snge: "To fh S?crMary of War. "Washington. D. C. I have no', author ized any publication here on any sub ject. Tieport by mail will follow. "Signed H. C. Merrlxm, MrrJ. Gen." CONSUL DAVIS RETURNS. He Goes Back to Alexandretta in a Warship. Constantinople. Dec. 19--Rear Ad miral Cotton left Beirut yesterday on board the cruiser San Franr-lwco tak ing Consul Davis to Alexandretta which place Mr. Davis left on Dec. 8 because he bad been lnsuled nr.d as saulted by the police whili accom panying on board a departing stidPicr a naturalized American .who had been liberated from prison through the in tervention of the consul. Officials show a desire to arrive at a settlement of the affair. IT IS SETTLED. Washington. D. C Deo. X'. Th. Al exandretta affair is bcllaved to ! practically settled to the satisfaction of all parties Still there Is a possibil ity that a few days will be required to urrar.ge the details. .. . - s. DUNS NOT THE ONLY ONE. New York, Dec. 19. Judge Lacomb? in the United States circuit court handed down a decision today denying an Injunction asked for by the Dun Mercantile rtyency to restrain the In ternational Mercantile agency from Is suing a reference book. .. . WEATHER TODAY. Washington. Dec. 19. The weathrr forecast fcr New Mexico and Arizona, fair Sunday. ' '., fonm into the blood that no germ could live in any membrane or tissue. Liquozone does that. Oxygen is Nature's greatest tonic the very source of vitality. Its effects are exhilarating purifying, vitalizing. Nothing else in the world is so good for you. But germs are vegetables; and this excess of oxygen the very life of an animal is deadly to vegetable matter. . We spend 14 days in making each bottle of Liquozone; but the result is liquid oxygen a product which will cure diseases which no medical skill can-cure without it. It is now employed in every great hospital, and indorsed by every medical authority, the world over. Germ Diseases. These are the known germ diseases. All that medicine can do for these troubles is to help Nature overcome the germs, and such results are indirect and un certain. Liquozone kills the germs, wherever they are, and the results are in evitable. By destroying the cause of the trouble, it invariably ends the disease, and forever. . Asthma A iwc Anemia Hroncliltls Blood Poion Brlght's Disease Bowei Troubles Cough Colds Consumption Colic Croup Constipation Catarrh :aneer Dysentery IHarrhea Har Fever Influenza Kidney Disease 1 Grippe Iuoorrhea Liver Troubles Malaria Neuralgia Many Heart Trouble Piles Pneumonia Pleurisy Quinsy Kheumatlsm Skin .Xseases crofula Sypblll. WARNING GIVEN (Continued from Page One.) retary Hay was that neither of the pressed amendments would Ftnd any chance of acceptance by the United States. Secretary Hay ln'orme-d Mr. Beaupre regarding the proposed nmerdmen'.s: "The president would not submit to our senate ajiy amendment In thit sense, but would treat it as viola lag the negotiation and bringing about a failure to conclude a satisfactory trear ty with Colombia." The final adjournment of the Colom llan congress on Oct. 31, was du'y re ported by Mr. Beaupre on that dat with the comment that nothing- hd boen done except a vote to reject the treaty of August 12. He reported great anxiety over conflicting reports of the recession of Panama. On Nov 24, Mr. Beaupi-e reported the situation under control, but expressed alarm as thrs was intense feeling against the gove ti ment ard also ag-ilnst the Ua't?d States because of the belisf that the United States had encouraged the as cension movement. Mr. Beaupre said In hi telegram of Nov. 12, that Minister Rico dec'a'el that the recognition of Panama by t're United States, wai contrary to all pe ce.ent. He stated that a vote, of th? nntlonal council drcMed ton to ere to hand him his pafsportsv but that te government understanding that fuci an action would be tantamount to a declaration of war bad1 advised' him that such a step would not be t'ik?n. Mr. Beaupre asked Infractions as a jruide in a. case of ths eeveranc? cf dloloiritlc relations. On Nov. 18. Mr. Hay authorized Mr. Beaupre and the sccrelary of the leg tion to . take their leave" of absenc whenever Mr. Beaupre thought bet ;nd to leave one of his colleagues In charge. r GENERAL BLACK ACCEPTS. Wirhington, Dec. 19. General Jovn C. Black has accepted the civil servLe cnmmlsrionership and the president will Fend in h'.s nomination when ccn crc reconvenes Jan. 4. RED CLOUD DYING. Pine Ridge. S. D.. Dec. 19. Red Cloud, the celebrated Sioux chief, al most Hind and very feeble. Is dying here, aged S3 yearn. STEEL WORKERS LAID OFF. Chicago,. Dec. 19. Four thousand men employed by the Illinois Steel company in South Chicago, will be laid off for an indefinite period on Thurs day the day before Christmas, accord ing to a notice sent out by the officials of the compiny today. THE STRIKE OVER. Troop to be Withdrawn from Cripple Creek and Telluride. Denver, Dec. 19. At a conference be tween Governor Peabody and Adjutant General Sherman M. Bell it was decid ed to withdraw the troops graduilly from the Cripple Creek and Te'.lurid mining districts. "Within thirty days." predi cted Bell, "the troops will be withdrawn from the field. Th-? strike is practically over." Thirty-two hundred miners are work ing on the Cripple Creek and Tellurida mine?, nr.d one after another is bring :eoiened. RUSSIAN PEACE MOVE. Another Proposition to Engross the Attention of Japan. Paris. Dec. 19. Russia r.as made ' e- rrnvc toward avoidju- a rup ture v.'ith Japan and there : reason to believe that it will be follov :d in a few days by the submission of a sec ond proposition tending to ameliorate the present strained situation. j I lit acurm airffiuy lanc-ii c-oniwi lit giving assuranc-es that the first prop- i ositlon which the ciar approved was not an ultimatum but a preliminary step toward a pacific adjust mi-nt. o RECOGNIZED BY PERU. Lima, Peru, Dec. 19. By a decree dated Dec. 18, the Peruvian govern ment recognized the republic of-Panama.' o The man who gets shaved every day is regarded by the barber as a smooth customer. Philadelphia Record. Dandruff Dropsy Dyspepsia Eczema EryslpelM Fever (Jail Stone Goitre Gout Btoraaeh Troubles, Throat Trouble Tuberculosis Tumors Ulcer Varicocele Gonorrhea Gleet Women's Disease All diseases that begin with feverall Inflam mationall catarrh all contagious diseases all the results of Impure or poisoned blood. In nervous debility Liquozone acts as a vital 'zer, accomplishing what no drug can do. 50c. Bottle Free. If you need Liquozone, and have never tried it, please send us this coupon. We will then mail vou an order on your local druggist for a full-size bottle, and we will pay your druggist ourselves for it. This js our free gift, made to convince you; to show you what Liquozone is, and what it can do. In justice to yourself, please accept it to-day, for it places you under no obligation whatever. Liquozone costs 50c. and $1. CUT OUT THIS COUPON for this offer may not appear again. Fill out tte blanks and mail It to the Liquid Ozone Co., !l-229 E. Klnzle St., Chicago. My disease Is I hare never tried Llquuzone, but If you will supply me a coo. bottle tree 1 will take it. 1 1 OIt full d1re wTit pUlnly. Any physician or hospital not yet using Llquo zone wliTbe gladly supplied (or test. SOME VIGOROUS GROWLS Hot Touches on Timely Topics by an Alert Citizen of Phoenix. To the Editor of The Republican Sir: Several weeks ago, I saw. In your columns, a communication from a Mr. Kicker. This gentleman presented sev eral subjects of public interest in a way that I 'believe was proper and from which good has come. I am sorry that he did not continue his good work, bjt X oresume he is a spasmodic reformer and that he "got busy" whh o.her matters. If you will permit me, I w.ll make a few suggestion.-) In your valua ble paper, suggestions only rememb:-r. They will deal with matters of general Interest In this community, end they will hurt the feelings of some people perhaps. I can do thesj thing wtrera somebody else can't. Perhaps "Kkkpr" may be around again, and a public dis cussion of local matters . may fol.ow with resulting good to the community Mr. O.C. Randolph was the most ar dent worker for good roads we have ever had in the community. When he was with The Republican ha kept fir ing a volley of good lead all the time. The present -editor of The Republican does not ride or drive as much as Randolph did and he doesn't get Jolted and Jarred as much by "chuck hob. 8." therefore he doesn't shoot so much or so hard on that particular tope. Please, Mr. Editor give us clippings on good roads and original thinks on gcod roads. And possibly we may get Eoma arood roads. Center street has been much Improv ed W.thin a few weeks. Yet much is needed on Center Ftreet. The fact Is it ought to be plowed, graded and rollej. Did any county official help in wha has been done? True, some county an J city money went In but private citi zens did the bustling and private clt Uen had to go down In their lear.s nfter dough, too. Is It right? The board of supervisors appoint d Nick Sanders as a supervisor of ru pervlsorr. Now, how many more states men out of jobs are there to be provirt d for? What will the Hon. Tern Smith and the Hon. Eugene Russell get? Th3 Etatement was made in one of the pa pers that $20,000 a year is spent in Mar icopa roads. If that statement Un't correct will Mr. Neri Osborne show us what Is right? That ought to provide for several diplomats of the Y. M. D C. I am told that the amount is near er $25,000. The supervisors out on ih Elack Canyon road plowed up a mile of mad two weeks ago. made an at tempt at grading it, and after mak ng It Impassable Informed th? property owners adjoining if they would pay two dollars and a half apiece it would be rolled and made usable again. Th3 reason these property owners had to pay a double road tax was that the fund had been exhausted. Yet a su pervisor of supervisors Is drawlnn down $125 a month. Now nobody objects to a county su pervisor of roads. There ought to be one. but he should be selected for h a personal fitness and not because he can colonize a precinct with a thousand Mexicans every time a councilman I to be elected In some ward. If bus!ne principles were applied to road buill nc in Phoenix and Maricopa county en times the work would be done for half the money. Somebody made a talk about Dele gate WlUon go-ttlng the govarninent to hnlld some road down here. Now 1 think that was an unfortunnte an nouncement. If anybody delights- to contemplate government aid It is the average Arizonian. A mere statement nf that kind Is FufF.clent to keep him In rvAareful a.nd pleasrnt anticipation fv five ears. The government might pos sibly he induced to build a mil or ro of road for purposes of demonatration. TV.it that's all! Don't you think for one minute that I'ncle Pnm Is going to do it all for down here: Tf we are eveT going fo h:ve good roads we are going to mak thrm ourselves. Dr. Chandler told a friend of mine that the governmeiH was building such piece f-r th.tt pur pose. Now Chandler is riut the boy to take hold of this matter and rush It ihrouch. Why shouldn't the hoard of trade aee Chandler? Klrst, Second and Third avenues In Orchard Grove, Phoenix, were eewted with gravel yenrs ago. They are f till good save for the '.'sinks' made by the wnter company and the gas company and every other old company that dig un a street and never makes It good. Why can't the city try a mile? It won't cost us very much if'honestlv and carefully done. Plow, grade, roll nr.d then coat with gravel; then rcll again. And you have a road that ts n road. Why not try Adums street from Seventh avenue to Seventh street" Dollars to doughnuts the saving - In sprinkling -will pay for the gravel In two years. Didn't somebody say something sometime or other about stralghteninfl the road between Tempe and Phoenix eo there would not be so many dinger ous railroad crossings? And while we are on this subject would it not be a eood Idea to grade tho? crosslrg sc that one can cross without rl-kln? one's life? Perhaps if the board of ru ' pervisors but what's the use of talking to a bcrsrd of supervisors that win tolerate a pesthouse in the heart of citv? . T noticed that at the last meeting of the board of trade Mr. T. T. Power Rue-crested that the board of trade re-. j quest the city to buy the pesthouse and ground for a park. This would b ' a happy solution of a difficult problem. But If the city should buy the grounds ; please stipulate that the Dcsthone b ' removed at least four miles from town. . Is there a civilized community on earth i that, would .tolerate that pesthouse n this community h for the pnt five 'years? Just think of It! A pesthouse within a half mile of the verv center of a cltv of ten thousand! A pesthouse I within four blocks of the best residence district of the town! How long. O. King, how long! Now that the bond elrctlon is over and there is some probability of Phoe nix going into business for herself. ' behooves all good citizen to begin thinking about good oouncllmcn. We need a business council. Andve nee'J : an honest council. We do not want to think of a man's national politics. We don't care viet,her he Ja a protection- DISGUISED CATARRH A. Steal thy, Insidious, Weakening Enemy to Women Suffer Thero arn a tnult'tude of women. es- peciaily housewives, and all other women obliged to bo on t heir feet con stantly, who are wretched beyond de-l ecription, simply because their 'strength and vitality Is sapped away by catarrhal discharges from the pelvic organs. These women get up in the morning; tired, drag themselves through their daily duties tired, only to go to bed ad ui&ui us ureu as uciure. Mr. Era Bartho. 133 F.nt 12th fitret. Y City, N. Y.. wrltew ! sutlVrKd fv,r three Tear with what In ntnurnllv it unurn an leucorrhea, in connection with ulceration oil me worao, 1 he doctors advocated an opera tlon which I dreaded very much. an;l strong ly objected to go under It. Reading of tlio value of Peruni. I thought It bet to give this well-known remedy a trial, so I loughl turrn ihm ues oi it ai once. row i am a changed women. Peruna cured me; It took nlno I xit ties, but I felt bo much Improved I Kept taking It, as I dreaded an operncton ho much. I nm to-day In perfect health, and have not felt to well for fifteen years." Mrs. Eva Larlho. . . I MIm I.oniM) Mahon. 3 film Rallln Street.. Toronto, Ont. Can., Secretary of the Klnff'n Daughters and Secretury of Lady Macca bees. wrltei " If all women knew of the beneflrs lo be derived from tailing Peruna we Would have mniiv hncoier nm nmr health. ful women. My health hns never been too robust, and I am easily faiicued and can not stand much. About R, year apo I was bo run aown mat i naa to UiKe to my bed, and be came weaker and wen ker. A friend advised metotry J'emna.and I hnvecreatrenson tob' grateful, for in two weeks I wns out of bed ana in a month i wns perfectly well, and I now find that my health Is much more robust than formerly, so that I take Peruna once or twice a month una Keep wimi." Lulse Mahon Peruna la such a perfect specific for each case that when patients have once used it theycan never bo induced to quit It until they are permantlv cured. It begins to relieve tbe disagreeable symptoms at once. The backache ceases, t he trfmblins knees are strength ened, the appetite restored, thedlzestion made perfect, the dull headache is stop ped and the weakening drains are grad ually curea. j nese result certalnlv follow a course of treatment with Peruna- Karbra Alberrv, corner Seventh and Walnut streets, Appleton, Wis- writes as follows In retrard to Peruna: " For years 1 have.suffered with back aeho and severe pains in the 6ide. doctored so much that I became dis couraged. A school friend told mo howl Very much I'eruna had benefited her and I sent out for a bottle, which did Iuoxe to relieve me than all the other M.SS 1.0CISE MABOS. jf " f ASK YOUR DRUGGIS1 fUK A FREE PERUNA 1st or a free trader, a gold man cr a; silver man. We want honest burmt-s-s men who make successes of thsir en- i terprises to manage our city affairs. Let us pray that ruth men may b3 ! found and elected to the council. Oid you notice that John Denrl3 did a eool thing when he proposed that' Kinney keep tab on the watt hours th I street lights were burning last month? j You fellows who don't go out after you ; close your stores don't know how much the city streets ere dark. Those of us . who deliver groceries and go after doc tors and attend prayer meetings ani lodare, we know that Mr. Phoenix L'ght Fuel company ha.s fudged a lot. Now Mr. Councilman Dennis you look after tht lijht bill as Mr. Private Citizen Dennis looks after his bill. Se that you get good weight and measure. See that the city gets the light it pays for and we, the people, will look after you. And right here let mc say that John Dennis has made a good councilman. He does things. Pat him on the back. X'p in the First waxd we like John D?n nip. I hear a good deal of compl iint r.bout busiress this winter. Xow really there should not be. We have more people The crownrn joy woman hood is mother hood an1 the crowning joy of mother liood is lo have healthy children. But there can be no joy in motherhood without health, and without health for the mother there can be no health for the child." It is of vital importance for women to know that the health of mother and child is in general entirely within woman's control. The thousands of women who have used Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre scription when expecting motherhood, have testified that t made them healthy and happy in the days of waiting, made the baby's advent practically painless, and gave them health to give their chil dren. Mrs. W. J. Kidder, of Hi!l Dale Farm (Enos bnrg Center), Enosburjf, Vt.. writes: "During the past year I found myself expecting; maternity, and in rapidlv failing health. I suffered dread fuHjr from bfoating and urinary difficulty. I was growing perceptibly weaker each day and Suffered much sharp pain at times. I felt that aorasthing must be done. I sought your advice and received a prompt reply. Took twelve bottles of Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription, and also followed vour instructions. I began to i:nprove immediately, my health became excellent, and I could do all my own work (we live on a good sized farm). I walked and rode all I could, and enioyed it. I had a short, easy confinement and have a healthy baby boy." " The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, a book containing 1008 pages, is given away. Send 21 one-cent stamps for expense of mailing only, for the book in paper covers, or 31 stamps for the volume bound in cloth. Address Dr. R. V. Fierce, Buffalo, N. V. Needlessly From This MKS. LVA HAKThO. MRS. AXXA MAItTIK. than ve ever had a t this time. Just j ask l.andi.s or Tiickneil and they will tell you that their roads have bio-jrht' the people in. A curbstone phi'.oopher i explains this cs follows: ".The trouble is local, there is more competition than ever in all lines. Stock are heavier , in lines not overcrowded by numbers of, competitors1. Pusiness i9 all richt. You. will see that the year will round out all j -brht." i A man who visits all of the towns o?t th territory .aid something the otliir day that I think worth remerr.bor'.n?. 1,3 i?.-i'arMSS&Jr On Monday we will endeavor to close out our entire stock, consisting of Reed and other Rockers, Beds, Springs, Mattresses, Lounges, Tables, Etc., at prices about half what same articles sell at other places. , Come and see us Monday, at 6th Ave. and Washington Street, and save money STAN DARD Dealers la Nsw and Second Hand Machinery Complete list of stock on ba nd furnished on application. Coasting's in Iron and Brass. Machine Work Promptly Attended To. Telephone 671. ' S. II. IIOGEUS. Phoenix Foundry Company v All klnda of CASTING IN IRON AND BRASS. , All kinds of machinery repaired. 606 SO. 7TH AVE. We wlU give satisfaction. FUONE Xp. 9TV Many Thousand Women Cause. mediino I nave ever ta!sen. I uaed K faithfully for two w-ks and It com pletely cured me. I have not had any pains since, anywhere, but f cW like a new woman. 1 act truly thankful fwi what Pernaa Las doaa for iae." liar bara Alberty. BIr. Kato Una, 80S Ttrntharst Btrr-t. Toronto. Ont. Cu, Vic I raliltal ( lit Ladiea Aid Sucixt: , write - 1 a:u r.r0 to give prklw to Perana for lh b.-u rr .t I found tiiroi'Kh I: u. I uttrJ Kr jrart with bnckaciie arid dr?e;rn down pain aii often bad to n lo bed and tay tit re ilifn I was so busy that I ud my be sparru. Ik wan therefore a fdmple gotiitnct to nie ttn Peruna was bruc-ht to rar xsottr. Ewr drop aeemed to give me near V.:e. and Try dofe m'ie me foel di ico brtter. and 1 t ru ra ised myself that If I found thai lltamlu I would advocate It to lb, other toj. riac women should kr.ow of iu 1 bare t-a lu pt-rfect hi-alth for out y-ar, I er.Joy sort ai. t pleanro becauM In sura Uralrh. amJ m (roulun aeeir ioc iiravy to l-ar r-t ara m good health, Peruna bus alinrir U-ea household hlvs-lcg, and I sever wt be W1U out it again." lira. Kat? Mann. MBS. KAir 2XAXV. Mr. Anna. Martin. 47 Ilort et Bmk lyn, K. T., wrlfe " Peruna did so nxh 1 for me that I feel It my duty to resomnnot It to other who may be slrnUarly arSrte4. About a year aco my health wa eompter broken down, had backache, dlislneaaail Ir reeularltiea, and life meit dark lndl. We bad used Pcrona In oar borne as a vke and for colds and Catarrh, and I dectdM Ua try it for my trouM-. In lew than it r months I became repular. my pains Ua.l o ttrely ilarpeared, and I aia now ftfruy well' Jlrs. Anna Martin. Mr. Wm. Hctriclt, Ken n ard, Waabj Ington county. Neb write : I am fif tylx years old and have) not felt well since the Char are of Life t gca ten years ." I waa In miery (ornewhere most of the time. My be c was very weak, and my flesh so tenir it hurt the to lean against the back c a chair. 1 had pain under my boulur- ibiados, in the small oi my back; na (hipg. I sometime wished jnTsclf ont of this world. Had hot and cold spei.a. Idiz'iiness and trembling of the limt. land was losing . esh all the time. After following your directions and taking iPeruna Inbw feel like a different per- 1 at r tt . i ison." .Mrs. t.i. tieincx. If you do not derive prompt and satis- actorv results from the ne of Peru a. write at once to Dr. Ilrttiaii, civlEr a full etatement of your cae, and he V lit do pieasea to give vou au vsauaoie aa- vlce gratis. Peruna ran be purchal for fl per bottle at all first class drug t-toro. Address Dr. Ilartn.an. PreelJent of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbua.Ow ALMANAC FOR 1904. 'T'.ie Republican Is printin; T-ic--n news and I am glad cf it. Pbor.ix people have no conception of th-? hu-tl and CTOwth of Tucson. Why the tli place is forgn? right ahead. O..-' scarcely knows it. Here in Phoenix w are simply waiting for somethlnir t. turn ui?.v If one hundred cf tre bu iner: men in Phoenix could penl tf dr-vs in Tucson and two days In I:i-be and Douglcs more good v.-cu'd ru!i than can be conceived. The f.rrt tliir. you k-.ow the town of Arlzom vj'u'i be Phoer.lx. G. KOWLEK. RON WORKS PHOENIX. ARIZ. M vs. r Phoenix Machine and Cold Storage Co. A it K'de of S.chifie t'rpairina Doim m Skwt Uc f 25-33 North Second Street Jo. Thalheimer, Prea. ; P. T. Hurley, Vice-Prei. ; Louis Melczer, Trea?.; Alex Eheinsteia, Sec'y O. S. WILEY, Maotfr S. S. CREE.N.