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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY S.i lOOl.
12 4 ' -- r I About Phoenix People ! AVpflnesiJay ufternoon Mrs. Harriet Wallace t'raiff was at home from three until nix. at the Adams hotel. This was a delightful Informal reception; of the pleasant functions of the swanon. The reception room was beautifully corated. the colors being red and jrrren; sweet peas, American roses and oleander boughs being used. Mra. Craisr. gowned In n beautiful costume 'f black dotted Swiss over black taf frtta with lace trimmings. received, assisted by Mrs. George W. Vickerp. who wore a cream net gown over crram taffeta: Mrs. K. J. Bennitt, in a Uuf crepe de chine with lace trim mines, and Mrs. William S. Pickrell m dainty costume of Persian lawn and Mrchlin lace. The punch room was in pink. Under a. bower formed of pink garlands of ribbon which were draped to the central chandelier, was the punch table, massed with pink poppies here a"nectar of the gods"was served by Mrs. W. 15. Cleary. Miss Crews, Miss Oiristy, Miss Connell. Miss Ainsworth, Miss Giliner and Miss aDker, all charm tng and dainty In white gowns. Mrs. Akers and Mrs. Tritle in pink costumes rid Mrs. Jamison and Mrs. Lentz in white towns assisted In receiving the ptwsts in the punch room, while Mrs. Kingsbury In a creation of blue mul of tfcr shades and Mrs. Garrett Ryan in white voile ushered the guests Into the balcony parlor which was beautifully (-orated In palms, pepper boughs and Bowers galore. At one end the piano was heaped with sweet peas while ar of roses and pomegranate blos rms were everywhere. One of. the prettiest features of the decorations was an Immense Indian basket of thv pampas grass. Here Mrs. Harry Heap in a black net gown. Mrs. S. Gertrude Kvana in a gown of black renaissance l over white silk and Miss Ellis, frowned in a Persian lawn with lace, iMBiated in receiving the guests. The music was splendid and the afternoon was a delightful success.. The invited flurvta were: Mrs. J. C. Adams, Mrs. P. Cert rude ICveana, Mrs. Thomas Wal n. Mm. Harriman Lee, Mrs. 11. K. Urud, Mrs. C. H. Akers, Mrs. Isaac T. fKcHliUrd. Mrs. H. W. Heap, Mrs. A. . Ilrrxiic, Mrs. M. Ward, Mrs. R. 13. tJumiUter. Mrs. C K. Ainsworth. Mrs. 1 ..l v m "Out whole aim has been to conduct O Dn9 Store that would meet with th Approval of intelligent people, who know what a High Class Drug Store fttwtuM be. Many of, our Customers hmvt been with us for years and say that they would not think of ' trading nywlvere else. - v- , i We are getting more all the time, but w want mere yet. There is great satisfaction in hav Ina regular Druggist, who knows ypar wants, and supplies them. If rou want anything in DRUGS, TO tLET ARTICLES, and Honest Pre scription" work. You Get it at BEAR'S DRUG STORE r' Opposite City Hall. a. -7 - ovtV 4tt3i&jf&iZ& 4 1 We A50c, Bottle of TJouozone la tKe nnl mi l-n,.,., - kill perms in the body without killing ne issues, too. ii is me only way to end the cause of any germ disease. It S3 also a vitalizing tonic with which no Other known product can compare. It is new in America, and millions tifho need it don t know of it. Fob, Wat reason, we make this remarkable offer. We will buy the first bottle and eire it to you if you need it. We will a this gladly to let the product itself stwt jrou what it can do. We Paid $100,000 Tot the American rights to Liquo jone the highest price ever paid for Similar rights on any scientific discov ery. We did this after testing the product for two years, through physi cians end hospitals, in this country and lttirs. We paid it because Liquozone does what all the skill in the world can tiot do without it. Any drug that kills Rtrms is a poison, and it cannot be taken internally. Every physician (knows that medicine is almost helpless in any germ disease. ; Not Medicine. liquozone is the result of a process Srhich, for more than 20 years, has been the constant subject of scientific and chemical research. Its virtues are de rived solely from gas, made in large Bart from the best oxygen producers. T. ft process requiring immense ap T. E. Ryan. Mrs. E. W. Lewis, Mrs. C. D. Dorris, Mrs. Aaion Goldbers,.AIra. ! J. H. McClintock, Mrs. John Smyth, Mrs. George Walker, Mrs. J. M. Jam ison, Mrs. E. F. Gorton, Mrs. Yeager, Mrs. Webster Street. Mrs. E. A. Pen ick, Mrs. Walter Talbot, Mrs. M. O. Bicknell, Mrs. L. C. Ma-sten, Mrs. Frank Ainsworth, Mrs. L. L. Plank, Mrs. E. F. Keefe, Mrs. Lapsley A. McAfee, Mr3. D. n. Heard, Mrs. Shirley Christy, Mrs. S. M. Harris, Mrs. Easterling, Mrs. W. S. Pickrell, Mrs. George Vlckers, Mrs. Ezra Thayer, Mrs. Beveny Cox, Mrs. H. J. McClung. Mrs. F. S. Hussey, Mrs Joseph Kibbey, Mrs. Charles Goldman, Mrs. Walter Bennett, Mrs. W. X. Tif fany, Mrs. M. E. Blystone, Mrs. J. W". Foss Mrs. T. M. Pemberton, Mrs. H. F Robinson, Mrs. B. A. Fickas, Mrs. W. E Thomas, Mrs. J. C. Wasson, Mrs. J. W. Dorris. Mrs. X. A. Morford, Mrs. T. Connell, Mrs Clark Churchill, Mrs. E lJ. Bennitt, Mrs. Sara Murphy, Mrs. J. A. Copeland, Mrs. Caroline Kibbey, Mrs. J. H. Kibbfy, Mrs.' Jerry Millay, Mrs. Dave Goldberg, Mrs. W. K. James, Mrs. Andrew Downing, Mrs.'G. B. Rich mond, Mrs. W. IJ. Robinson, Mrs W. S. George, Mrs. William Cook, Mrs. II. B. Wilkinson, Mrs. J. L. B. Alexander, Mrs. O. "E. Plath, Mrs. W. E Murphy, Mrs W. II .Pinney, Mrs. II. A. HughC3, Mrs E. Ganz, Mrs. B. L. Bear, Mrs. J. M. Swetnam, Mrs. A. J. McClatchis, Mrs A. C. Baker, Mrs. W. B. Cleary. Mrs. W. F. Nichols. Mrs. Harry Jessop, Mrs. Harry R. Tritle. Mrs. B. A. Cush man, Mrs. Homer MXeil, Mrs. George Cook. Mrs. C. H. Davidson, Mrs. J. H. Creighton. Xirs. G. K. Elvey, Mrs. Hine, Mrs J. Ellioit Walker, Mrs. W. C. Fos ter, Mrs. Harry' Creighton, Mrs. Lut gerding, Mrs. Ancil Martin, Mrs. S. Oberf elder, Mrs. AV. G. Lentz, Mrs. Frank Smith, Mrs. L. H. Chalmers, Mrs. Wm. Fulwiler, Mrs. Garrett Ryan, Mrs. Kent, Mrs. A. M. Gibbons, Mrs. Frank Cox, Mrs. A. G. Hulett.. Mrs Irving An drews, Mrs. B. A. Fowler, Mrs. R. Pal mer, Mrs. V. P. Hamilton, Mrs. Hart man. Mrs. T. E. Collins, Mrs. D. II. Burtis, Mrs. refer Corpstein, Mrs. Pearson, Mrs. Durkee. Mrs. W. H. Still well. Mrs. Dulheld. Mrs. V.. H. Bagby, Mrs. A. It Stephens, Mrs. T. E. Felch, Mrs C M Sturgis, Miss Ward, Miss Ryan, Miss King. Miss Stewart, Mrs. H. L. George. Mrs. J. B. Woodward, Si Liquozone and Give paratus and 14 days' time, these gases are made part of the liquid product. The result is a product that does what oxygen does; and oxygen is the very source of vitality, the most essen tial element of life. The effects of Liquozone are exhilarating, vitalizing, puntying. Vet it is a germicide so cer tain that we publish on every bottle an offer of $1,000 for a disease germ that it cannot kill. The reason is that germs are vegetables; and Liquozone like an excess of oxygen is deadly to vegetable matter. That is why Liquozone kills every disease germ, and with a product which to the human body is life. 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 indi rect and uncertain. Liquozone kills the germs, wherever they are, and the re sults are inevitable. By destroying the cause of the trouble, it invariably ends the disease, and forever. Astboia A bscef Anemia Bronchitis Blood Foinn Kright I;isea Bowel Trouble. I'ouiihs 'olls Contiumrition jftaf Fever Infln.nia Kidney Disease. .a Gripno J-eucorrhea J.ivcr Trouble. Malaria Neuralgia Many Heart Trouble. Pi le l'ueu mnnl a Pleurisy Quly llheumat-lKm Skin Diseases Pcrofnla STphJHI. Stomach Trouble. Colic Croup Constipation Catarrh c n cer Dvsentrr DiarrhM Cndralt Dropij IM,- ear- m nmm tsSmk Biy Mrs. Sweeney, Mrs. T. W. Chamberlain, Mrs. M. E. Lowe, Mrs. W. H. Ward, Mrs. S D Lount, Mrs P A Tharldson, Mrs. Monihan. Mrs. Smith. Mrs. C. M. Baum, Mis. Harry Kay, Mrs. C. M. Taylor, Mrs. Peter Burtis, Mrs. George Smalley, Mrs. George, Miss Ainsworth, Miss Kendrick, Miss Gilmer, Miss Con nell, Miss Ellis, Miss Crews, Miss Smyth, Miss Baker, Miss Christy, Miss Williscroft, Miss Margaret Graham, Miss Bryan, Miss Sample, 'Miss Mur phy, Miss Baum. Miss Hancock, Miss Xewby, Miss Duke, Miss Wrilliams, Miss George, Miss Graham, Miss Elliott. Miss Marian Chamberlain, Miss Ward, Miss Macauley, and the Misses Archer. The guests from out of town were: Mrs. J. W. Kingsbury, Mrs. George N. Gage, Mrs. West, Mrs. Viola Kennedy, of Tempe, Mrs. H P. Anewalt, Mrs. T. G. Morris, Mrs. J. C. Herndon, Mrs. Ed ward Phelp? and Mrs. Leslie Lar imer of Prescott. Mrs. W. II. Tenner, Mrs. E. H. Burton, Miss Ber nice Cheney of Tucson, and Mrs. W. C. Truman of Florence. The Friday Club held its annual jinks at the home of Mrs. J. L. B. Alexander on Friday. Heretofore this function has always taken the form of a luncheon, tendered by the officers to the members of the club. But this year, in view of the presence in the city of Mrs. Clinton Miller, the organizer and first president of the j-rtub all past members were invited to join in the closing function. This year Jhe club studied Venice and Florence; and so the closing scenes of the season took the form of a. rena issance of the institutions of these cities in a time long past. The Bridge of Sighs, in realistic re production introduced the guests to the drawing rooms, the door of which bore the legend, familiar to those who crossed the bridge, in davs of obi "Leave Hope Behind, All Those Who Enter Here." The formalities opened with a speech from the Throne, in which the Doge. in correct cap and gown, announced the nature of the occasion. She said in part: "Ladies of the Friday Club, and guests. This is the sixteenth cen tury. Also this is Venice, in the first place; and in Ihe second , place, it is Florence. In order that you may be in touch with all the formalities and solemnities of this occasion, I will read to you from the Venice book." She then read a description of the institu tion of the Council of Three, which ruled Venice so mysteriously and ter ribly for 'centuries, and of the Lion's Mouth, its chief instrument of mys tery and power. By changing the ten3e of the verbs, this served admirably to identify the occasion with the scenes and times of that long buried past. The Lion's Mouth was then discovered in Us accustomed place, and was found to have received accusations and com plaints against all the citizens of Ven ice then present. The Doge announc ed that the Council of Three would hold a session to consider these com plaints, and pronounce judgment on the guilt'. The Council, two in gowns of black, the third in red, according to memorial custom then proceeded to the investigation of the several charges. Mrs. Kibbey, the first one brought before the dread Tribunal, was charg ed with an offense of such special and peculiar nature, that it could best be expiated by the prisoner acting as counsel for the defense of the other ac cused, and judgment was so pronounc ed. This sentence was found to be a most fortunate one, inasmuch as the com pany was greatly diverted by the ex pedients resorted to, and the eloquence employed by the attorney for the num erous and sundry defenses, and the conviction of all the accused was se cured. The penalties were characteristic of the time and were borne with so much fortitude and heroism; on may even say, with so much brilliancy, that those which were continuous in their nature were remitted at the close of the session. In the afternoon the compnay was regaled with the mechanical music, so characteristic of Americanized Italy, accompanied by a no less mechanical monkey, conducted by two youthful, bright-eyed American Italians. Lunch was served on small tables, and consisted of the characteristic na tional dish, Talierino, whose concoction was perfected by a celebrated Italian chef. This was followed by a salad of bananas rolled in powdered peanuts, with mayonnaise and later by an or ange ice, with lady fingers Italianaise. The tables were decorated with tro phies, consisting of flags of the United States, the flag of Italy and the Friday it to You to" Try. Dyspepsia Ecxe ma Errs! pel aa Fever Gall Stonea Goitre Gout Gonorrhea Glee Throat Tron blaa Tuberculosis Tumors Ulcers Varlooocele Women'. Diseases All diseases that beitln with fever all Inflamma tionall catarrh all contagious disease. all tha result, of impure or poisonous blood. In nerrous debility Liquozone acts as a Tltalliar accomplishing- what no drugs can do. 50c. Bottle Free. . If you need Liquozone, and have never tried it, please send us this coupon. We will then mail you an or der on your local druggist for a full size bottle, and wc will pay your drug gist ourselves for it. This is our free gift, made to convince vou: to show you what Liquozone is, and what it can do. In justice to yourself, please ac cept it to-day, for it places you under no oDiigaiion wnatever. Liquozone costs 50c. and $1. CUT OUT THIS COUPON for this offer may not appear again. Fill out the blanks and mail it to the Liquid Ozone Co.. 458-tflO Wabash Ave., Chicago. lis disease is 1 have never tried Liquozone, but if youw'u'l apply me 60c bottle free I will take it. 1"", Give full address writs plainly. Any Dhysieian or hntti nn ti..... wm ..gladly ..wuea-loi 'hHix. Club pennant in white and yellow bear ing the names of the guests. Tnese trophies stood at the places and served for name cards. Each guest was presented with a j nrint of one of the masterpieces cf Italian art, tied with the club colors. And thus the Friday club adjourned for the summer, closing a pleasant and profitable year. The members and ex- members present were: Mrs. bhiney Christy. Mrs. H. F. Robison, Mrs. J. L B. Alexander, Mrs. W. K. James, Mrs. Sims Ely, Mrs. James Bark, Mr?. Jo seph Kibbey, Mrs. George Cook, Mr?. Downing, Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. "WY C. Foster, Mrs. Walter Bennett, Mrs. W. S. Pickrell, Mrs. W. H. Stilwel!, Mrs. Har ry Ifeap, Mrs. J. M. Kendrick, Mrs. J. Elliott Walker, Mrs. N. A. Morford, Mrs. E. W. Young. Mrs. Clinton Mill er, Mrs. J. H. McCliatcck and Mi-s Kendrick. Mrs. J. W. Dorris entcrta'ned Thurs day afternoon with five hundred. Th hall was decorated in red sweet peas while the parlors were in roses. Mrs. E. J. Bennitt received the first prize, Mrs. C. D. Dorris the lone hand rrize and Mrp. Aaron Goldberg the consola tion prize. In the diningroom. where a dainty menu was served, sweet peas shading from white to lavender were used In the decoration. During the af ternoon Mrs. Cravens rendered several instrumental solos. The guests were: Mrs. Cravens, Mrs. George M. Walker, Mrs. Harry R. Tritle, Mrs. Aaron Gold berg, Mrs. E. J. Bennitt, Mrs. Charles Goldman, Mrs. S. Oberfelder, Mrs. W. C. Foster, Mrs. George Cook, Mrs. C. D. Dorris and Miss Duke. Mr. ar.d Mrs. L. L. Plank entertained in honor of the Misses Sevier Thursday evening. The parlors were prettily decorated in potted plants sxjnd sweet peas. Music, tiinch and panic were the amusements for the evening. artsr which there were dainty refie;hm?nts. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. George Cook, Miss Sevier, MIsrs Una Sevier, Miss Resor, Miss Alice Repor. Mi?s Sib ley, Miss Andrews, Mr. Hildebran, Mr. Ingles, Mr. Sterling, Mr. Nol Mr. Gross and Mr. Scott. - a Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kays entertain3d informally Thursday evening at the'r home northwest of the city. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Piank leave tr.li week for Buffalo where Mr. Plank goes as a delegate to the general aswmb'y of Presbyterians. m m m Mrs. Stevenson and son, Dr. Rohe t Stevenson, who have been spending the winter in the city, left last week for California, enroute to thfir home in Springfield, Ohio. Miss Prifeilla Bryant entertained the Card club Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Thayer on East Washington street. The game for the afternoon was five hun dred. Miss Sallie Jacobs received the club prize. Miss Lucy Johnson the guest's prize and Miss Clarke the con solation prize. Dainty favors of fan1? tied with different colors of ribton were used to place the guests at the ta bles for pleasing refreshments. There were five tables in white, blue, pink and green. Miss Bryan is a delightful hostess and the affair was decidedly pretty. The club members present were: Mrs. W. J. Cain, Miss Connell, Miss Sallie Jacobs, Miss Bailey, Miss O'Hara Miss" Sallie Clarke, Miss George, Miss Kimball and Miss Willis croft. The. invited guests were: Miss Andrews, Miss Underhill, Miss Fitch, Miss Johnson, Miss Marian Chamber lain, Miss Faye Chamberlain, Mis3 Clarke, Miss Gillum, Miss Prudence Gillum, Miss Whalen, Miss Camp, Miss Fickas and Miss Monet t. Mrs. Thomas Wallin and Mrs. Ed ward Gorton entertained with five hun dred Tuesday afterncon at their home on North Central avenue. Those pres ent were: Mrs. Walter Talbot, Mrs. E. J. Bennitt, Mrs. George Vickers, Mrs. W. S. Pickrell, Mrs. Edward ColJing3, Mrs. Mary Lowe, Mrs. B. V. Cushman, Mrs. J. Elliott Walker, Mrs. W. F. Xichols, Mrs. Kent, Mrs. Chalmers, Mrs. D. B. Heard, Mrs. Penick, Mrs. George Walker, Mrs.J. M. Jamisan, Mrs. Isaac T. Stoddard, Mrs. Sara Murphy, Mrs. H. F. Robinson, Mr. S. Gertrude Evans, Mrs. J. H. McClin tock. Mrs. C. F. Ainsworth, Mrs. Frank Ainsworth, Miss Kendrick, Miss Ch.n gree. Miss Harvey and Miss Ellis. Next Tuesday the card club will have a tally ho party to Mesa' where they will be entertaingi by Miss Para Kim ball returning by Tempe where they will be entertained at dinner by Miss OHara, Thi ia the last affair of the season for the club. Miss Coornie Chamberlain will enter tain the Card Club Tuesday at her home on North First avenue. Mi?s Para Kimball of Mesa spent Tuesday in the city. Miss Underhill and Miss Fitch of Scottsdale spent Tuesday in town. Miss Isabelle OHara of Tempe was in town Tuesday. Miss Sara Murphy left Friday even ing for Los Angeles where she will spend the summer. Miss Monette who has b?en residing with Mrs. Powers on, Nbrth SeconJ avenue and who had an accident not long ago in a run away was taken to Mrs. Lockwooda ' on North Central avenue, the past week. ' It is hoped the country air will hasten her recov ery. M Tuesday evening Miss Fanny Bryant gave another of her charming card parties. Hearts was the game. Miss Lucile Kays and Arthur - Lehrs receiv ed the first prizes and Miss Susie Leo nard and Guy Alsap were awarded the consolation prizes. There .were de liciods refreshments served. Those present were: 'Miss Ruth Ainswcrth, Miss Mary Baker, Miss. Francis Pem berton, Miss ' Margaret Clarke, Miss Fay " Chamberla in, Miss Esther Hul Miss Ambra Osborn, Miss Olma Os born. Miss Georgia Bailey, Miss Mabel McNeil, Miss Grace Hilgen, Miss Su sie Leonard, Miss Lucile Kays, Strat ton Copeland, Ernest Bennett. Leon Jacobs, Clarence Heflin. Curtis Clarke, Hal Bennett, Leslie McCarthy, Newton Levi, Eugene Goldman, Arthur Luhr?, Frank Mayer and Guy Alsap. A delightful surprise party was given in honor of Frank Viault Friday even ing. In the games Arthur Stewart received the prize. There w ere -dainty refreshments served. Those present were: Mrs. Caldwell, Mrs. Potter, Miss Ellingson, Mips Hidden. Miss Rosa Viault, Miss Jerome Ellingson, Miss .4 -A-;!-'??, 1 -irk ii as! VyAwv- y$ - zrz- v , t. vrw.t' I V ;f : pf XTT J ' ) fff mwl ... ? 3 i , 3 U '-4 If you eat " 9 2. 2 "V4 ri 1 1 - f -'r 6S 54:-' : : i t' ? Carrie Hidden, Miss - Florence . Arm Etrcng. Mr. T. J. Smith, Arthur Stew art, Bert Carokins, Walter Smith, Al bert Viault, A. B. Williams. a Mrs. Joseph Kibbey will leave Wed nesday for tha east, she will visit St Louis and spend some time with her daughter Mp. J. Sherburne Jenckes of Tarre Hauie, Ind. . . . Mrs. Webster Street will visit in Tucson the coming wet-k, Monday at eight thirty oclock Miss Leah Lafferty, daughter of Mrs. Flora Laffci ty was married to Mr.' J. Her man Aagaard in the parlors of the Adams Hotel, the Rev. A. M. Gibbons officiating. Miss Dolly Lafferty, sister of the bride was maid of honor while Mr. George Kirkland was best man. The brides gown was of pearl crepe do chir.e, "with trimmings of cluny lace. The wedding supper was served in the private dining room and was a de lightful collation. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mohn, Mr. and Mrs. ThoS. Elder, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hart well Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Fike, Mi'-s Nettie Elder, Mr. Rupert Dorris, Mr. Berryhill, Mr. Chas. A. Stauffer, Mr. George Fike and Mr. Chas. Ice. Mr. cmd Mrs. Aagaard will be at home at 475 North Second avenue. 1 Mrs. Mayers entertained with hearts AVednesday afterncon at her home on North Center street. Mrs. Champagne, Mrs. Morgan and 'Mrs. Holmes received the prizes. The guests -were: Mrs. Holmes, Mrs. ,Toohey, Mrs. Morgan, Mrs. Champagne,'' Mrs. Thode, Miss Porley and Miss Toohey. Mrs. Van Rftissalaer and daughter were the guests of Mrs. L. C. Masten for a few days the past week. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Masten went to Maricopa to meat them. Mrs. Van ' Renssalaer is Mrs. Masten'a mother. . Mr. and Mrs. George. Sevier left tha past week for Albuquerque where they will reside. .- Mr. and Mrs.,W. . H. .Robinson left Friday for Iron- Springs where they will spend the., .summer. From Iron Springs they will go,to California whire th.ry will make 'their home. w Mrs. James Stpry. who has been spending the winter in the city, left Thursday for El Paso. , Mr. McKinnon who. has spent sev eral months in Phoenix, left Saturday for San Diego. . Mr. tfughts, father of Mr. Sam Hughes, of Frankfort, Ky., arrived in the city yesterday morning to be with hia son, who is seriously ill. Mrs. De Lano, who has been spending the winter In Phoenix, Rft last week lor Albuquerque where she jll re main until June 1, befora returning to her home in Chicago. DESTRUCTIVELY REFINED. Mrs. Madison "Tour new maid ap pears to be rather refined." Mrs. Parkeweste "Yes, she's a little out of the common. She never -breaks anything but the costliest cut glass and the choicest Dresden." 1 lJ'JW 1 FORCE' regularly. jt's more than likely I shall have to square myself with your druggist. But I shan't mind that. Concentration, and energetic action, wear out Brain and Nerva, and make the body cry aloud for drugs, unless the waste they cause 1. made good by foods rich In Phosphates and Nitrogen. "FORCE" 1. such a food, consisting of the Phosphates, Nitrogen, and Protein of wheat, malted Into quick digestibility with Barley. Served cold, with Cream, it is delicious. 'JSH'S iu,i;ii ash iver. Away TO USERS OF ' 11 We are going to be more liberal than ever in 1904 to users of Lion Coffee. Not only will the Lion Heads, cut from the packages, be good, as hereto fore, for the valuable premiums we have always given our customers, but In Addition to the Regular FREE Premiums the same Lion Heads will entitle you to estimates in our $50,000.00 Grand Prize Contest, which will make some of our patrons rich men and women. ' You can send as many estimates as desired. There will bo Two Great Contests The first contest will be on the July 4th attendance at the St. Louis World's Fair; the second relates to Total Vote for President to be cast Nov. 8, 1904. $20,000.00 will be distributed in each of these con tests, making $40,000.00 on the two, and in order to make' it more interesting, in addition to this amount we will give a I Grand First Premium of $5,000.00 to the one who is nearest correct on both contests,'. and thus your estimates have two opportunities of winning a big cash prize. Five Lion Heads FPF'i Printed ' blanks to cut from Lion l!: 'vote 'on -found in Coffee Packages and btS). every Lion Coffee a ac stamp entitle EMfM' Package. 'The ac you (in addition RM(vT Stamp covers the to the regular freo expense of our., ac- premiums) to one f"y knowledgrnent to vote in either contest: ' mkZCIM timate is recorded. 3 WORLD'S FAIR CONTEST What will he the total Bttndnne at the St. Louis World' Fair on Julv4, I'JMI At Chl-rjitfo,-Juiy 4, lH)i, the attendance woo 2-C1.273. For nearest correct estimates received In Woolson. Spice Company' 8 office, Toledo, Ohio, on or before June 30, 1!U, we will give first prize for the nearest correct estimate, second prize to next nearest, etc., as follows: 1 First Prize . $2,500 I Second Prize l.vOO 2 PrlzMS5O0.O0 each . 1,000 1.000 5 " 200.09 each .. 10 tm tn l 1.000 1,000 I, not 2.500 9,009 TOTAL, $20,000 20 " - 50 250 " - IS00 - 2139 PRIZES 50.09 20.00 1000 5.00 4279 PRIZES 4279 Distributed to tha Public aggregating $45,000.00 in addition to which we shall give $5,000.00 to Grocers' Clerks (see particulars in LION COFFEE cases) making a Grand Total of $50,000.00. Complete Qetailed Particulars in Every Package of E? WOOLSON SPICE CO. (CONTEST DEP'T), TOLEDO, OHIO. "4. l fit i ";.?,; lit'' '.it'-l'; . y. -.1 '-'' : Ha' St-:- Sl- PRESIDENTIAL VOTE CONTEST What will b. th t,4ml Popular Vote rut for Pmident (votes for .11 candidate, combined) at th. .lection November 8. 1MUI In tha 1900 election -II.KS.MJ peonle voted, for President. For nearest correct estimates recivel in Woolson Spic. Comncny. office. Toledo, Ohio, on or befrre November V )t4, sr. will ftvo first priie for nearest correct estimate, second prize to next nearest, te.( as follows: - I First Prize ..$2,500 1 Second Prize 1.000 2 Prizes-$500.00 each 1.000 S 200.00 10 20 " 50 " -250 " -1800 " -'2139 PRIZES 100.0A 50.00 20.04 10.00 5.00 TOTAL, $20,000 1,0 W C-J 1.009 t 1.009 ;rt 1,000 Nj 2.500 ,oo 3 3