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PAGE 16 MARCH 8 I ! . r ; -i, lit 1 ' ' f ! ! ! J 4 ; 4 - . 1 S , ! ! 1 ' r ; i ! "! i ; i i i 1,!' i : Netfs Summary At Moscow a woman wlih u bomb concealed In her hair sought an aud ience wllh Admiral Doubasson. A relief fund has been started at Sun Francisco fo Pacific Island tidal wave sufferers. Major Cuignet has written a letter denouncing tho delay In the Dreyfus case. Ambassador Sternberg, In an inter view at Washington, gave Germany's sldo of the Morocco controversy. " , At Algeclrns Russia proposed that control of Morocco police be left with France and Spain. The house passed a resolution In quiring as to punishment of Northern Securities merger Individuals. Another conference football meeting is to bo held at Chicago. Harry Tenny, killed In a prize fight saw no doctor . before entering the ring. The government of Uruguay an nounces Its ability to maintain order. Chinese troops have been placed to advantage in and around Peking. The house passed the army bill ap propriating $011,000,000. A cablegram from General Ide says the Philippine elections were orderly. Pugilist Tenny died shortly after his fight at San Francisco, and rela tives say he was poisoned. One of the robbers of the Russian stale bank was run down, but killed four 'before being captured. It is thought the Algeclras confer ence will continue until late in March. W. C. Perry, president of the Kan sas coal operators' association, says a strike cannot be averted. Senator Dolliver has spoken for the railroad rate bill. There was war talk in the French chamber of deputies. A manifesto has been Issued at St. Petersburg bearing on the coming na tional assembly. King Edward left London for a two months' lour, traveling Incognito. Former Chief Engineer Wallace of the Panama canal says the United States must 'look for competition. Another man has made a confession in connection with the assassination of Governor Steunenberg. No more witnesses are to be ex amined for a time on the Isthmian canal. Reactionaries of Russia are bitter toward the czar because of his stead fast stand for reform. - A reorganization of the Hungarian pahinpt fa nlstlint'fl The Society group of Islands in the Pacific was struck by a hurricane and an estimate Is made of 1,000 dead Nineteen is thought to be the total number of dead In the Mississippi tornado. The question of police control of Morocco has been reached at the Alge- ciras conference. Rural free delivery is to be curtailed In the Interest of economy. Frank Rockefeller has brought suit against brokers for $300,000. Car barns and adjoining property were burned at New York with a loss of $200.00(1. The visit of King Edward- to Paris is attracting much attention. A new era lu development Is thought 'to be opening for Manchuria. There is fear of serious agrarian troubles in Russia. Senator Tillman is determined to dictate in South Carolina, even if it defeats him for re-election. Henry Clews says there has been a reaction In Wall street. Independent mine operators will have a meeting prior to going to tht Indlauapolis convention. PURE MEDICINES Ktmarnt oeior in tommiltte on Public Health of the Massachusetts Legislature, at a Public Hearing, Feb. 27, 1906. by Mr. G. H. Taylor. Secretary of C. I. Hood Company Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen of the CommLUe: t apix'ar here us a rviirem-ntutive of C. I. Hon Co., uMauftirturlng them CAUGHT BY THE GRIP- RELEASED BY PE-RU-N La Grippe Is Epidemic Catarrh. LA GRIPPE spares no class or na tionality: The cultured and the ignorant, the aristocrat and the panptr, the masses and the classes ate all sub ject to la grippe. None are exempt all are liable. La grippe ia well-named. The original term, la grippe, ia French, but it has been shortened by the busy-American to one word "grip." Without any intention of doing so, a new word has been coined .which de scribes the disease exactly. The ailment clings to the patient as tenaciously as if Boine terrible giant had clutched him in a fatal clasp. Men, women and children whole towns and cities are caught in the bane ful grip of this terrible monster. Have you the grip? Or, rather, has the grip caught you? If so, read the following letters. These testimonials will show you the quickest and best means of ridding your self of this tenacious disease and its after-effects. Suffered Twelve Years From After effects of La Crlppe. Mr. Victor Patneaude, 828 Madison St., Topeka, Kas., a well-known carpen ter and member of Knights and Ladles of Security, writes: "Twelvo years ago I had a severe at tack of la grippo and I never really re covered my health and strength but grew weaker every year, until 1 was unable to work. "Two years ago I began nsing Peruna and it built up my strength so that in a conple of months I was able to go to work again. "This winter I had another attack of la grippe, but Peruna soon drove it out of my system. "My wife and I consider Peruna a household remedv." Pneumonia Followed La Grippe Pe-ru-na, the Remedy That Brought Relief. Mr. T. Barnecott, West Aylmer, On tario, Can., writes: "Last winter I was ill with pneumoaia after having la grippe. I took Peruna for two months, when I became quite well, and I can say that any one can be cured by It In a reasonable time and at little expense. "Every time I take a cold, I take some Peruna, which makes me well again. "I also advised It for my daughter who was soil! with prostration that she could not follow her trade of dress making. It . k .ill . . Tl , -n uuiuo vi ieruua maae such a change In her that she has been able to follow her trade ever since. "I also induced a young lady, who was all rundown and confined to the house. to take Peruna, and after taking Peruna for three months she is able to follow her trade of tailoring. La Grippe as ' ' "I can recommend Peruna for all such who are ill and require a tonic." Systemic Catarrh, the Result of La Crlppe. Pe-ru-na Receives Credit . , for Present Good Health., Mrs. Jennie W. Gtlmore, Box 44, White Oak, Ind. Ter., formerly Housekeeper for Indiana Reform School for Boys, writes: ,'. r "Six years ago I had la grippe, which was followed by systemic catarrh. "The only thing I used was Peruna and Manalin, and I have been in better health the last three years than for years before. ' . "1 give Peruna all the credit for my good health." ' ' Pe-ru-na A Tonic After La Grippe. Mrs. Chas. E. Wells, Sr., Delaware, Ohio, writes : ' "After a severe attack of la grippe, I took Peruna and found it a very good tonic." Judge Horatio J. Goss, ITartwell, Oa., writes: "I had a severe spell of la grippe which left me with systemic catarrh. A friend advised me to try Peruna. The third bottle completed the core." "Most Effective Medicine Ever U for La Crlppe" cut t. Madison. A.M.. Principl Cullowhee High School, Painter, NS i. airman of the JacKson t R.rH nf EHncation. Hehasfornel six vears been teaching in Painter, lie Is a writer of occasional veraM has contributed to a number oi im papers and magazines.-religious, In speaking of Peruna, Mr. Mail i .m hnrrtlv ever without P my home. It is the most effective J cine that I have ever tried fo Up! Tt cured my wife of na n- mndition at onetime nnh that she could not at night M x ,.u vaa rwiitril. U " r " an inflamed 111 tUW"-(V". T thfl throat wm U1UU" i APlU) -u.. a.Mno- worse and won, ::u; no remedy until Pemn j - trlort." in..tioni. addnw i'or special . j H.rtman, President of he H"! Sanitarium, Columbus wa ists, and proprietors of Hood's Sarsa-1 parllla. Hood's rills, and other prep arations. 1 am secretary of the com pany and come in place of Mr. C. I. Hood, the president, wno Is unable to be here. Our laboratory Is in Lowell, where we have been located and have ben making these medicines for more than thirty years. C. I. Hood Co. will welcome any and all legislation In the Interests of pure foods and pure drugs. We certainly will not oppose the passage of any law that will stop or restrict the sale of secret nostrums that contain pois ons or other ingredients so compound ed as to be Injurious to health. We do nut wihU to be even suspected of believing that the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Is to adopt any legis lation that can do any harm to our business, and any . legislation for the public good most surely has our un qualified support. We have -never hesitated to tell any person who asked what the ingre t'nts of Hood's Sarsaparllla are. In fact. we publish' the names of the In gredients used. For obvious reasons we have not considered It advisable to publish our working formula. One of these reasons stated briefly 1.4 that our experience and our facilities and the care we exercise enable tin to com pound and put tip our remedy per fectly; and only the man who wUhea to Imitate or substitute would have any real use fur It. Imitations which might tie 'made would be of inferior quality. No Imitator wishes to pro . I i hi nnlv Olijerl duce tne u--. . - to set money, n """" w u mg i "... .. ,4 muia u , :, ... r,rirl MassacnuKewx , .h it our k'i hern l"l nor aUi'! our wo o iini ui ii lioaru ' '. I...r,t I. ..I,,., ulll'll A Ml"'- o.iuli in say hiT' lii.il nil tlll'V niv of I'1 years, noi i-n.in.- .... situation. .. . i mi the Hi' uur iiii'-t' -"- . nun' ul,..lnn for Hi-- '.'. on.l hiinest in''1'" with the inter i.i. Thirtv ''ir!l Wt'Ull". fort to ptoiliui naturally eo are 4 i o; c"' - ,11,. l' ,1. to If" !'