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THE ARIZONA IJKL'UJiLlCAX: SUNDAY M()KNlN(i, UOVEMJIKR 3, 1001. 1( ooooqooooooocoooooooooooooooooooo R eniova o CO o & o o o o O O & e For the next Sixty Days we offer our Furniture, Carp AT - We have now the most attractive stock ever offered in this city, and to save removal no reasonable offer will be refused. Come and make your selections while the stock is complte. 90O9oooooo3Oooseo$oo9ooooeoooooeoe CAPITOL CHOP HOfSE. , ; Hand Made Saddles and Harness, made j A. Pt. IIuck!ey. with Merrman & Tt. V. Tarash. the new proprietor of of best grade cf leather; we warrant i lloiley, undertakers, 24 West Jefferson the Capitol Chop House, will run a; it. Also expert carriage trimmer cm- i glrtit. has charge of all ladies and lirst-class restaurant and oyster parlor, , ployed. Satisfactiu'n guaranteed. 142 i children intrusted to their eire. Tele erx'ina; everything ho market affords- j K. Washington. , i phone 521. On Statehood as Well as A. A. Long and Come anyway and see the goods and the MEQQUIER ets, Crockery, Wa Pap Stoves and Tinware REDUCED PRICES prior to removing to our new quarters. X. Porter Fad.IIe & Harness Co. for i Workmanship Fit Price Mor Hustler has associated himself with me will be pleased to see all Friends 9 SUCESSOR TO ROSS AND MEGQU1ER O O o o o e o o o o o entire stock of er, Q O o o o o o An experienced lady attendant. Mrs. CSS ii .91 DATE The Leading Tailor OCTOBER WEATHER Summary of . Meteorological Coadi- tiom Here Daring the Month. The follow ing summary of meteoro logical conditions in ' Phoenix for the month of October is furnished by Win. Ck Hums, section director of the weather bureau service: Mean atmospheric pressure, 29.89: highest pressuie. 30.0f,0, Oi t. it; lo.vest pressure. 23.65M. Oct. 5. "Mean tempera ture. 73.0; highest temperature. 100. Ott. 1: lowest temperature. 41. Oct. 20: greatest daily range of temperature, 41, Oct. 13: least daily range of tempera ture, 9. Oct. Mean temperature for this month in lsr. M 71: 1S:7. PS: 1S98. li: 18'.'S. 69; 1!0. 71: I'.ml, 73. Mean' temperature for this month for thirteen years 9: average excess of daily mean temperature during the month. 4: accumulated excess of dally temperature since January 1, 4J8: aver age daily excess since January 1. 2. Prevailing direction of wind, east; total movement of wind. 3033 miles: maxi mum velocity of wind, direction, and date. 2B. se, 2:!. Total precipitation. 0.46 inches: num ber of days with .01 inch or more of precipitation. 1. Total precipitation (in inc hes) for this month In 1'5. 0.SO: 18W6. 1.P2: 1SS7, O.lfi; 1S9S. 0.00: 18S9. 0.30: lfOO, 0.22: 1901, 0.4ii. Average precipita tion for this month for sixteen years, .62 inches: total deficit in precipitation during month, ..ID Inches: total precipi tation from September 1. to date. .4S inches: average precipitation from September 1. to date, 1.16 inches; total deficit from September 1. 1901. to date. .70 inches; average precipitation for wet seasons. 0 . inches. No of clear days, 22: partly cloudy days. S: cloudy days. 4. Kate of killing frost, none. Mean relative humidity, 39 per cent. JUMPED ON A TEN PENNY NAIL,. The little daughter of Mr. J. N. Powell jumiK-d on an Inverted rake made of ten penny nails and thrust one nail- entirely through her foot and a second one half way through. Cham berlain's Pain Balm was promptly ap plied and live minutes later the pain had disappeared and no more suffer ing wns experienced. In three days the child was wearing her shoe as usual and with absolutely no discomfort. Mr. Powell is a well-known merchant of Forkland, Va. Pain Balm is an anti septic and heals such injuries without maturation and in one-third the time required by the usual treatment. For sale by Elvey & Hulett. MISSING A GOOD -THING. 'It is so leauliful and ho lonely it makes me feel like crying-" exclaimed the belated ummer girl, as she came In from her drive, warmly and lecornIngly attired in a heavy blue serge frock an l a long. thi k cloth driving coat. All her lively companion of the Hummer just passed were scattered and gone, in divers directions" the youth back to work at college and business, the girls to fashionable autumn resorts or town, and a few favored one to de lightful house parties at the big coun try places "up the river." which were still beautiful when their owners re turned from their Newport cottages. The gardens were brilliant with Mow ers, the far-re'achlng lawns unsing?d by heat, the river blue as only the Hudson can look in an autumn atmo sphere and the woods russet, crimson and void, through the purple haze oi the strange stillness of the air.. The season has its glory everywhere, but it is odd at tne most fushionabie senntde reports to see so much beauty unappreciated, and the costly man sions standing empty, closed, and shut tered for t he w i n ter , w hi le t he ocea i. save for the great smoothly rolling breakers with their white crests, looks as calm as a summer sea. The pure air is as exhilarating us wine, and the AWNLY VIGOR Plenty of Nerve Poree, Yiecr and Vital ity Is Insured to All Who l'roKrly Apply Electricity It Makes the Weak Strong Nervousness and Irritability Are Among the Very Kirst Symptoms of . Failing Vigor Get My Two Free Hooks on Nervo-VitM Ailments and Their Pure by Electricity. Electricity. Nature's remedy for all Ills, is a sure and speedy cure fur the muny I weaknesses of men and women. Tt mav i be relied upon to cure in every case. You ned not w'Hirh in vain for a cure or I drug yourself to death in a futile at ! tempt to relieve your misery for clee ! trieity. properly applied, will relieve and cure all the illn. ache, pains of men and I women if properly applied. I have studied the weakening, nervous, wasting diseases ! for a lifetime p.nrl T have invented a method of applying Electricity for their I cure thet is as certain to cure you as the sun rises nnd sets, and hm a. rpwanl f.r Ii my work and discovery the T'nited States p-jvernment has given me the exclusive use or my way or applying electricity to i the human system. My ljuadrule Power ! Klectrtcal Husnensorv for men's troubles i tree to male patients. Dr. Bennett's Electric Belt Ts not like the many electric and so-called electric lelts now leing foisted upon the public. My licit has soft, silken, chamois covcred. siHiiiKe elect rode, that do not born and blister as do the bare metal cleetmdes used on all other belts and ap plianccH. it may be renewed at will when burned out for only 7-"jc; all other elec trical aoolianccs. when burned out, are worthless. These two advantage should appeal to any one's Kood .iudmnent. My Klectrie Belt will cure Nervousness. Lost Manhood. Varicocele and all Weak nesses in either sex; restore Shrunken or t'ndeveloped Orjrans; cure any form of Pheumutism. Kidney. Liver and Uladder Trouhb s. Constipation. Stomach Disor der, all Femaie Complaints, etc. If you have an old-stylo belt which burns and blisters, or gives no current, or Is burned out and cannot be renewed, send it to me as half payment for one of mine. Write today about It. T have written two books on Nervo-Vital Ailments and their cure by Klectrlcity. that explain all. Pdoks sent free. iostpaid, to any one. Advico without cost. Sold only by DR.' BENNETT ELECTRIC BELT CO. Ii Union Uld'g.. Denver. Colo.1 - -rSJS, J Special Sale on Imported Curtains and Bedspreads Here is your chamc to beautify your home w ith the finest Lace Curtains and I5ed Spreads this city and vicinity has ever seen. For reasons of our own. w have decided to cut and Spread: almost to half Its regular price. .Please note the following Bedspreads A beautiful Iiobbinet Bed Spread, "richly -trimmed with Battenbers ' Luce. Pillow Shams to match. ItesuUr Price for the set $25.00; will be sold for $1M.OO Fine Bobbinet ; Bedspread, hand somely trimmed with Battenbers Lace, Pillow J?hams to match. Regular Price J20.00-. will be sold for qun.oo Fine Imported Lace Bedspread, beautiful pattern. IiepulAr Price J12.D0; will so for )jt7.." Curtains Beautiful pair of French Mull Cur tains, richly trimmed with Bat- Telephone 1101. surrounding woods and moorlands are f;ir more picturesque in their autumn coloring than in their summer prime. It seems however to be becoming more, and more unfashionable ta linger late I at the seashore, even those who have j not country places generally closing up their houses and going "for a chang" elsewhere before settling down for thr; winter. To those who still remain on tne coast to enjoy the most beautiful season of the year the feeling given by the closed houses and deserted streets is rather depressing. true is this that another season will see thes also taking part In the general exoduF. 'About a year ago, said a woman who enjoys novel experiences, "1 took a bicycle tour early in November, with my husband, from New York to Mon tauk, and the effect of passing through one of these umnhaoUed settlements ; of beautiful villas was eerie in the ex-j Irene. Ooldsmith's 'Deserted Village' j cot:ld not have been more melancholy, j It was like a cityof the dead not a sign of life anywhere. I am told that! even caretakers do not live in theso houses belonging to the rich summer, residents. They are left in charge of j a man who visits Them each day and nees that everything Is all right and securely tastened. Here the homes re main in their stateliness all through the long winter months. Waiting for the awakening that will open their sealed doors and darkened windows to the sweet summer air. There is al ways something peculiarly sentient to me about a house that has once been a home, and 1 could not help fancying these melancholy looking buildings a. mourners Rachels sorrowing for their children who have deserted them. XOTB AND COMMENT. The Frascr River. B. C, canneries teport a huge "salmon catch" this sea son S20.313 cases, each containing 43 one-pound tins. This breaks the rec ord. Our American cheese makers have been caught napping. The Judges out at Buffalo have awarded the top-notch prize the goid medal to a Canadian cheese exhibit, representing the prod uct of .17 cheese making establishments in the province of Ontario. The Germnn government. It appears, offered to restore the astronomical In struments looted from Pekln, and in bother-iatlng Chinese government de clined the offer with thanks. So that pait of the work done for China jy the Jesuit missionaries and scholain of tlje eighteenth century lias been defi nitely undone. This week the Cleveland, O., schoc: council has rescinded its last week's order for the use of the Lord's Prayer. Ten Commandments and Twenty-third Psalm Iii the public schools. Even the Methodist members of the council joined the others In taking the back track; "I tild not want," he explain., "to vole fo" any measure which was liable to start a religious fight in the schools." A rorresponient who attended the Pan-Presbyterian council In Washing ton two years ago, and saw President McKInley." writes of him to The Scots man of Edinburgh: "His face seemed to me to be full of Intelligence and power. There was a simple and soina what serious dignity in his addrea, while his manner was very quiet ac ! winning. To me the outstanding fea tures of his personality were strength and charm." Oontraetot Thomas Worthlngtlon is building a ra'road In Alabama. H has had a dozen of the Tuskegee stu dents working for him this summer. "I desire to state to you." he writes to Principal Washington, "that the work, conduct and general bearing of thes? men, during their service wilh me. ha been nil that could be desired, and re flects great credit on them and the training they have received. - Judging by the pictures in the Penn sylvania newspapers. It's a massive and handsome church edifice th;it Schwab of the- steel trust has given to the Roman Catholics of Lnretto. "In addressing ourselves." he said to them on the day it was turned over to then, "fo the question of how we should best serve the people of Iviretto. an equally important consideration was how we could best please mother. It was re solved as a prerequisite that whatever we did must please mother, and I im hu-vpy li say that we have succeeded. No man can publkly express his in- WASHINGTON .NEAR CENTER: " . S PdC8S. i miijjL .jiJJiajp.T Mill I II I I I I nil Aim .jm Li'.t!n'nnnrinH 1 Bi"MWTgTTTr tenberg Lace.ideep net ruffle rlch- . ly trimmed with Battenberg Lace ' eilse. Hegular Price J20.00. "The' pair w!!l be sold for ?V.7,) . Fine rair of French Mull Curtains, handsomely trimmed with Bat tenberg Lace and deep ruffle with beautiful Battenberg edge. Bepr ular Price I17.D0; will be sold for .; Fine iair Ecru Bobbinet beautifully;. trimmed. Price J13.00; will for ., ..tjti..- Curtains Itegular ' be sold ..if.io.ur, Beautiful Prir Cre.im Bobbinet Curtains, richly appliqued. Reg ular Price lj.00; will sell for ': piO.-5 most thoughts and love for hi3 mother, especially when one has sjfh a mother as I have, and when that moter is pres ent." The young people of the Toronto nor mal .chool had a treat Tuesday the opening day of the session. Dr. Gold win Smith talked to them about the public school system. Improving boott, the evils of promiscuous novel reading and other subjects. He also droppei into reminiscences. "As professor of history at Oxford," he said, "I had one interesting and delightful pupil our present king. While he was at Oxford I used to lecture to him privately on hlstocy, and afterwards had to go anl examine him. He never allowed me .o pee that he was bored; and the kins who could be bored by a professor without showing tiiat he was bored should be quite able to listen to a mu nicipal address." Leading citizens of Ilasbrouck. Heights. N J., had a dinner and dance at Little Ferry Saturday evening? There was no liquor on the table; but a young man slipped away from the party. and drank all by himself. There was no dancing after 11:30. On the re turn trip one of the steam launches ran aground, and the party did not reach home until after 1 o'clock. Sun day, Hector John M. Rich hastily de nounced them as drunken "Sabbath desecrators" and a disgrace to the town'. A committee waited on Rector Rich and .had a talk with him. Next Sunday the reverend man will redd from his pulpit the statement follow ing: "Upon thorough investigation 1 CURES WEAK Wl FRE Send Name and Address Today You Can Have It Free and Be Strong and Vigorous for Life . . INSURES LOVE AND A HAPPY HOME L. W. KNA How any man may quickly cure himself after years of suffering from sexual weakness, lost vitality, night losses, varicocele, etc., and enlarge nmall weak orcH ns to full size and viaror. TSimply send .vour iihiiio ano aotiress t Lr. l. w . Knttpp. 2;-15 Hull Hldg.. Oetrott. Mich., and he will gladly send thefrce receipt with full directions so. that any man may c.isily cure himself at home. This is cer tainly a most generous offer and the fol lowing extracts taken from bis daily mail show what men think of his generosity. "Dear Sir: Please accept my sincere thanks for yours of recent date. 1 have piven your treatment a thorough test and the benelit has leen extraordinary, it the prices on- our reductions:-. ' '' . Imported Curtains " ' " :: '' . i Fiue Pair' Cream Jkibbinwt Cur- tains. - beautifully,,. Tapjfliqued. Tieular .. Price.-:. i?.00:jiJCill eU for -if.y.V; sf.S.IJO Fine Pair- Cream Bobbinet . Cur - tain, andsomely appliqued. , -; iiesurar Price, J10.00; will be sold for .. J5. 3 Beautiful Bobbinet Curtains, richly appliiiued, 24 Inches wide, for bay . windows or dining room windows, comes. In Kcnf, Bed, Cream, Light Brown- or Dark Blue. Itegular Price". ' tn.50 each; will be sold for ...... f - On all .other. Imported Curtains . not above described we will make . a reduction 'of ' -7i F5R CENT. am satisfied that the statements whU'h I made on Sunday nigiit last regarding the dinner party held the Saturday night preceding were contrary to the facts, and I hereby retract them wl!i full apology to all Injured parties.' THE ARGTLLS' CHARITY.; Princes Louise the Duchess - f Ar- j gyll who are occupying Inveraray Cas i tie this season themselves, are sacri- ficing 5,000 a year through not letting oft the castle and shootings. Last sea son, it win be remembered, the tenant was poor Mr. Law son Johnston, of Bovril fame, who unhappily died while at Inveraray. Hoseneath Inn. the beautiful little hotel owned by the duke on the Gare loch estate of the Argyll family (which was rebuilt after the Elizabethan-style from Princess- Louise's own designs), is being occupied by invalided soWiers from the front. ' Nearly a hundred men have been In residence there at one time or another, and the Inmates irmy still be seen moving about on crutches or with their arms in slings, ever ready to reoount to the passerby, 1 reason ably courteous, their adventures with the Boers. The duchess bear the whole cost of the upkeep of these in valids. Their food, which is of the best quality ,is supplied by the local shopkeepers. There is a matron in charge, with a female cook and servant of all work. Exchange. A fat woman never realizes how fat she really is. . , i ti - PP. M. D. has "completely braced me up. 1 am Just as vigorous as when a Ikjv and you can not realize how happy I am." "Dear Sir: Your method worked 1eaii t (fully. Results were exactly what I needed. - Strength and vigor have com pletely returned and enlargement Is en tirely satisfactory. " "lear Sir: Yocrs was received and I had no trouble' in making use of th 1 ' ceipt as directed -and can truthfully -sav it is a boon to wcRk men I am greatly7 Improved in size, etrength and vigor." All correspondence is strictly confiden tial, mailed in plarn. sealed enveloe. The rcei pt is f r;e f o r t he . asking aad -ii' wants every Aian to- have It.