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THE AEIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY HORNING, FEBRUARY 14, 1909.
CATARRHAL, ASTHMA, One Bottle of I'e-rtj-jJa. 7 ft Y " "1 "ixL''"' 1 '1.7 MR. F. L BOULLIOUN. Klftf- F. L. BOULLIOUN, 2G18 State AVI stn Little Bock, Ark., writes: "I have been a sufferer with the asth ma for about four years, and I tried different kinds of medicines and could not And any relief for It. "I tried,your medicines, bought a bot tle of Peruna, and after taking about balf of it I must say that I have not had theasthmagince. Bofore I took the med icine I did not know what it was to go to bed without having the asthma." Systemic Catarrh. Mr. Samuel Burden, 701 Springfield Ave., Summit, N. J., writes: "In the fall of 1900 I had repeated attacks of cold, which developed Into eytemic catarrh. "It left me very weak and all run down. When I got up in the morning it would take about an hour to get my bead and throat clear. "It also left mo with a very weak, all-gone, empty feeling in my stomach. which I thought was dyspepsia, for which I tried dif ferent remedies Weak and All Run Down. With very little improvement "I finally decided to give Peruna a trial. I felt benefited with the first dose. After taking three bottles I was en tirety cured. I cannot speak in too high terms of your wonderful discov ery, Peruna." ivruna , is manufactured by the Peruna Drug Mfg. Co., Columbus, Ohio. . wmm FAILED A Resolution for the Removal of the California State Board. Sacramento, Cal., Feb. 12. In the senate today a resolution was intro duced by Mr. Caminetti, designed to secure the removal of the state rail road commission, which says: "A. C. Irwin, Theodore Summerland and H. D. Loveland, railroad commissioners, have been guilty of dereliction of duty and incompetency in the discharge of their duties and have utterly failed and neglected to establish rates of charges for the transportation of passengers and freight by railroad and other transportation companies and publish the same from time to time, and have utterly failed and neglected to examine the books, records and pa pers of railroad and other transporta tion companies, to hear and determine complaints against railroad and other transportation companies and to en force their decisions and correct their abuses through the medium of the courts." MONEY MONEY MONEY. Ready money quickly secured for active and inactive mining companies, industrial and railroad propositions fi nanced; this active market exceptional opportunitv. P. O. BOX 2037, N. T. A WAY OF SOLUTION t. w OF RAILROAD PROBLEM CONFERENCE OF ROADS' REPRE SENTATIVES AND LEGISLATORS. Plans Arranged for the Consideration of the Legislature. There was a friendly meeting of rep resentatives of the railroads yesterday with the members of the corporations committee of the council with refer ence to the pending railroad legiskv tlon now before one house or the other of the legislature. The object of It was to agree upon some measure which would be evolved from or substituted for the great mass of matter wnich has been already proposed. The railroads were represented by General Manager Drake, of the S. F, P. & P.; General Freight Agent Paul P. Hastings .and F. P. Cruice of the same road, general Manager Simmons and General Freight Agent A. N. Brown, of the El Paso and Southe western; Superintendent Randolph of the Southern Pacific; Frank Cox, at torney, and General Freight Agent Bicknell. All the democratic members of the corporations committee were present except Chairman Norton. The consideration of the subject was general and there was an evident de sire on the part of all to arrive at an understanding. The utility of any com mission bill was somewhat questioned but the roads' representatives offered no opposition to a reasonable measure. though they did not believe that either of the bills now before the legislature was calculated to best serve the In terests of the territory. There was some suggestion of a compromise between features of the O'Neill bill and the DeSouza bill, and the elimination of certain features of both. Though nothing was definitely agreed upon there was a partial un derstanding that the O'Neill bill might be modified in such a manner as to meet the views of ail parties con cerned. In just what way this shall be done will be further considered at a meet ing of a subcommittee of the corpora tions committee consisting of Messrs. Weedin. O'Neill and Burns, and a com mittee made up of the attorneys for the railroads, consisting of Frank Cox for the Southern Pacific and the Ran dolph lines, L. H. Chalmers for the S. F. P. & P., LeRoy Anderson for the United Verde audi Pacific, B. E. Ellin wood for the El Paso and Southwest ern. This meeting will be held next Thursday. The question of fares and rates was brought up. Suggestions were rather indefinite, but there was an under standing that the committee would be satisfied with a voluntary reduction by the railroads, though the nature or the extent of the reductions was not sug gested farther than that they would probably apply only to fares. How ever, the matter will be settled, or, at least, it will be further considered by a meeting between another subcom mittee of the council corporations committee and a committee composed of the traffic representatives of the roads. Messrs. Hastings, of the S. F. P. & P.; Schumacher, of the El Paso and Southwestern and M. O. Bicknell of the Southern Pacific and the Ran dolph lines. The members of the sub committee are Messrs . Morgan, St Charles and Norton. It was the opinion of both the com mitteemen and the railroad men last night that a solution of what threat ened to become & problem was in sight. INSPECTOR OF TELEPHONE SYSTEM C. W. Hinchcliffe, the gen eral manager of the Consolidated Tele phone and Telegraph company, with headquarters In Tucson. Is visiting the local office on a tour of inspection and Is expected to remain several days. Stomach Gasses and Torpid Livers Giv. Way Before the Peculiar Puri fying Power of Stuart's Charcoal Lozenges. A Trial Package Sent Free. The foul gases of the stomach and the- torpid action of the liver are easy victims for charcoal to over come. - . This great natural cleaner and ab sorbent '- will most -certainly be rel ished by a system afflicted with gas eous or sluggish tendencies. - Charcoal has long been known as a great absorbent of gas. A panfi 1 of charcoal will positively purify a room filled with foul odors and de cay. Its absorbing ratio is one hun dred times greater than Its own vol ume. ; The ancients gave charcoal for many human Ills successfully. The North American Indians used It for snake bite, poison from eating wild herbs and cured what they culled stomach bad medicine" with It. Willow charcoal seems to be the best product for- human use, and no doubt the peculiar curative property of the willow is represented in a chemical quality In Its charcoal. Stuart's Charcoal Lozenges are pure willow and sweet honey blended by tremendous power and compres sion into a very palatable 'lozenge. Two or three lozenges eaten after meals will prevent the process of digestion: from producing noxious gases. They will vivify a lazy liver and aid every organ which Is most likely to be overcome through its contact with impurities. They cleanse the stomach and in testines, bring purity and sweetness out of fermentation and decay and aid digestion by allaying gas. They will aid you and your stomach. The beneficial effects are made evident after each meal when you use char coal as Stuart prepares it. To allay i gas at night they are excellent and one arises in the morning without that terrible nauseating bad breath which destroys appetite and renders one miserable. All druggists sell Stuart's Char coal Lozenges, price twenty-five cents, or send us your name and ad dress and we will send you a trial package by mall free. Address F. A. Stuart Co., 200 Stuart Bldg.. Mar shall, Mich. IMPERILED CHILD A Runaway Incident That Might Have Resulted Much More Seriously. H-W-H-H-i-t M Ml Hl'llllitMlIM II Si t lilt H 1 H- M IV AT That's Our Business Meats, good meats at that, are about all we deal in. Can't think of anything else. Meat satisfaction is a study with us. We have been at it ever since we started this market, and many years before that. And the vast increase of patrons shows our study and hard work have not been in vain. We have solved and removed meat troubles in a good many homes. Vermin-proof refrigerators helped a great deal. May we help U? The Hackett Market Phone Main 132. -H-r-H-H- H H 1111111 H' WE SELL PIANOS RIGHT Ve do thinfrs in no small way. Our sales are so large and our ex penses so small (we have no rent to pay), that we 'do not have to exact the customary big profits on each piano, which of necessity have- to go to the agents and dealers who sell .only a few pianos. This situation has been so frequently proved that it requires no further illustration here. ttTPrnrwT r t q jheHomeof JXXhDEj YV IJUlJ O Everything Musical ':: Mrs. Daniel Francis Is one of the happiest women in Phoenix, not be cause of anything that has happened but because something didn't happen that about 4:30 o'clock yesterday aft ernoon seemd immident, bidding fair to result In the tragic death of her two year old child. She was getting Into her buggy at the Dublin corral, having placed the little one In the sea, and being ac companied by the older child, she was about to help Into the vehicle, when the horse started suddenly, throwing her down and tearing her apparel. The animal accelerated his speed until he reached the Commercial hotel at the corner of Center and Jefferson, turn ing north on Center. He was gallop ing wildly by that time, but the crowd was thick across Center at 'Washing ton, and the danger of the little one being noted it rapidly thickened. The horse dropped from a gallop to a trot and finally slowed down a bit until some citzen grabbed his bit and stopped him. Chris Kerr, who 'jad been trying to overtake tho horse from the time it turned the Commercial corner, came up and took charge of the horse. Mrs. Francis arrived a moment later In another rig, from the corral, ner vous and frightened, and Mr. Kerr drove the horse around a block or two for her until ail were calmed again. . It Is undrstood Mrs. Francis was painfully bruised, but not seriously hurt. VALENTINES FOR THE STREETER BRYAN CO. A Bunch of Mysteries for the Public Tonight, and Then !I Uncle Tom's Cabin. This Is the day dedicated to St. Val entine, and the actors at the Third Avenue., particularly Miss Bryan and Morrlo Streeter, are well aware of It. Af the matinee yesterday several of the children . presented the popular lading lady with loving missives In dicative of the day. and last night sev eral were left at the box office. Miss Bryan's are. pretty, but Mr. Streeter was the recipient of various contribu tions, .mong them, being a nice roly poly spotted clown. Tonight Is being eagerly looked for ward to by tho Sunday night patrons as it will bring before- the public-one of Mr. Streter's own plays, "The Mys teries of Cralgsmere." This Is an Irish comedy founded on a story handed down through generations; of-a. hap pening In Ireland-hundreds of years ago. ...... . ' i .-The scenes are told In Craigsmere in the county of Althome, and wlll.be full, of humor and genuine mirth- pro voking situations. . Morrie . Streeter will play the role of Larry O'Neill and Miss Bryan "will have the Ingenue part, that of Mollie Hargrave, the mischief of. the family. The Streeter-Bryan company has been especially good In comedies so far produced and this will prove' no exception to the rule: It will be pf Interest to note that next Thursday evening "Uncle ' Tom's Cabin'.' will be-given. Several negroes have been engaged for this occasion, and there will.be specialties by them as well as. the , members of the com pany in the cotton' fields and around the plantation. Many rehearsals and plenty of study are being .given to in sure a finished production. ' ' If bright, clean merchandise, coupled with the lowest possible prices, count for anything, the Big Store ought to have its hands full Monday. Read every item carefully don't skip a line choice monev-saving opportunities await you here Monday. s i St i: X: i: $1.25 and $1.50 Golf Shirts In a splendid assortment of colorings , and patterns, stripes and plaids, all sizes for Monday only at, choice 99c A Dainty Lot of Four-in-Hand Neckwear Everyone pure Silk, in a broad range of solid colors and stripes, the sorts usually sold at 3pc for one day .choice at 19c One Line of 4-ply Linen Collars For men only, all styles and all sizes, absolutely pure Linen, sold in all the exclusive men's fur nishing houses at 20c to close Monday at, each . . . 12c Men's Pure Irish Linen Handkerchiefs Hemstitched, and y2 inch hems, a real 35c quality for one day, each 19c One Lot of Men's Suits Not all sizes in each particualr line, but every size in the combined assortment, values ranging from $12.50 to $15 to close Monday for. . .$8.75 "Hawes" $3 Hats All the latest Spring styles and shapes in Soft Hats are in. More Hat satisfaction than comes with Hats of fered at nearly twice the price. Green is the shade. We have them. Nowhere else in Phoenix. Towels 50 DOZEN OF HUCK TOWELS Hemmed, with red borders, fair size, as good or better than most Towels sold at 25c per pair for Monday, each 7 X"2 Handkerchiefs A WHOLE COUNTER FULL OF EMBROIDERED HANDKER CHIEFS 75 different styles to select from, hemstitched and scal loped effects galore, regular 25c values special, each 12 12c Toilet Soap Apron Ginghams COLGATE'S TOILET SOAP A vast number of boxes. Elder Flow er, Palm, Rego and Turkish Bath, the kinds generally retailed at 5c per cake for one day only 3 CAKES FOR GENUINE AMOSKEAG APRON GINGHAMS A new shipment in ' every conceivable check and color, 200 pieces to choose from, usually sold at 8 l-3c for Monday only. ard 7 M JM.19 t THE GREAT Dyer White Sale The New York Store's biggest; will soon make its appearance. It's a sale worth waiting, worth watching for it pays. FOR "KAYSER" 16 BUTT. LENGTH SILK GLOVES The genuine double-finger tipped sorts regularly sold at $1.50 and $1.75 per pair. The assortment consists of black, white, and a good line of colors. Printed Scrims Holeproof Hosiery 10 PIECES OF PRET TILY FIGURED SCRIMS 36 inches wide, brown floral designs on ecru foundation. Just right for Over-drapes and Parlor Curtains, actual 25c val ues special, yard 17 HOLE-PROOF STOCK- INGS FOR WOMEN A strictly guaranteed arti cle, fast black, a new pair if the Hose gets "holey" before the expiration of 6 months priced extremely moderate considering their ouality 3 PAIRS FOR ONLY S1.00 Ac FOR VAL. EDGINGS AND IN- S E R T 1 0 N S Considered good property at 10c and 12 a yard. Thousands of yards of these, in various widths and patterns. Lim it 12 yards to each person. THE BIG STORE'S Mail Order Business is on the in crease. Promptness, ac curacy and our money back policy are the chief reasons for it. A postal will do. Try it once. 10c For Dress Ginghams . Mill Ends and short lengths, measuring from 10 to 16 yards. Solid colors, stripes and checks in plenty, 73 different styles to choose from. Values range from 12c to 15c per yard. NEW SPRING STYLES "Queen Qoality" OXFORDS AND PUMPS have arrived. Real ele gance, snug fit and mod erate price are happily combined in these. $2.50 to $4.00 TO YOUR LEFT A STRIKING ILLUSTRA TION of one of the new "Queen Quality" models. We have other styles black, tan, oxblood and chocolate In either button, bluchcr and lace. Try a Pair YARD For Corset Coyer Embroideries Well worth 40c and 50c a yard. Bran new stock, IS inches wide, in Hamburg and Cambric, a banner group from every point of view. Ig Off Monday On Entire Stock of Off Monday Women's Street Coats, Costumes and TailorMade Suits Last Call on These Monday Kindly Bear It in Mind Stout Women, Attention! THE NEW SKIRTS ARE IN Latest Spring styles, in sizes large enough to fit women who in days gone by had trouble getting properly fitted. Material is Panama, in black, brown, navy and grey. Beauti fully tailored garments priced very low. ... .7.50 $1 .39 For Heat herbloom Petticoats that are considered extraordinary good values at $2.00. Not the skimpy garments. ut each and every one cut full and wide and finished with deep ruffled flounce. $4.50 and $5 Silk Waists for $3.69 A CONSIDERABLE LOT. OF TAFFETA SILK WAISTS In either black or navy, neatly tailored models, mostly . long sleeves, values up to $5.00 choice Monday for $3.69 $4.50 Coat Sweaters for $2.89 ONE LOT OF FANCY KNITTED COAT SWEAT- ERS In either Oxford or Cardinal, odds and ends of former $4.50 sellers Monday at, choice $2.89 79c For White Lawn Waists that sell under ordinary circumstances at $1.00 and $1.25. Every one of these waists has a beautiful embroidered front and length sleeves 10 differ ent models to choose from. $10 and $12.50 Silk Petticoats for $7.49 A MAGNIFICENT COLLECTION OF THESE Of genuine guaranteed Taffeta, in black, white, cardinal, tan, green and a host of novelty effects, most elab orately finished actual $10 and $12.50 sorts Monday for $7.49 . 25c box Mermen's Talcum Powder Monday for i2kc ' " JU $1.50 White Embroidery and Lace trimmed Petticoats Monday for . 99c