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THE AUTZONA HEP13 JVLTC AN ; MONDAY MORNING, NOViOIJJEIl 17, if05.
10 T '''V X , 4 T A 5 ;--iV 3 "i-' v -J ,: "I' :. Ve"-,- ;e.'.T;:V - fill - Vittr.: v v jut a?-y r-y Caii and Let Us' Show You the Many advantages of the Separator over all others. Three Parts to dean' Sharpies' "Only EZ 85 A w THAY 124 to 126 E. Washington Street 127 to 133 E. Adams Street HEMEMHEn TITK WIHTR HORSE 11 FRONT. Li K Literary Request on till.- earth I can't fere' : reason li t if to stay, e r:i -".io. 1 will in tinre My library I siw iny I'm yiy H.iweils My Loni; folio '. w ;i j i!S ail to the ( ock, to ll1? eloir; ,. io U',.11 street -horts Mv I 'ae on to the ho;-,'. I 11 Siv- the I: W ho sw.ip Mv Lamb I !' ii k'T.s to the man my vote would win: avo to lulls and bear .iy i ok' U" ,e: to t! bin. To mir.; is T would s. ml my T-'itt; My Cable IM um-el: To jiolitie-ie.iis I would ;;ive i With pi rfei t trust my Steele. My Whitti.r i do commend I'mo r."Wfpaper jukes; My Holmes 1 think a ricp.r ono I-"(r all th. inairie'I l'ulks. .My A.V to injur. .1 o:u-:--. I L'iid, , 'rh..uj,h rn.t Xyt iii;r-'. the pity! ,y '.i i. -. nio. (tan) 1 leayo with love t'nto Atlantic City. All r.-.y Hall Cuiaos I leave to iluilss To match their wooden heal--. Ar,'! ( ha unc r to th" h'.v that on iCxi'i-i torat ion treats. My I'erikf l'-l kfp I't any cost TiM all iny-j;-.eah; w i IHir.n: Als . my Hail.-, less fare Mirk Tuai: "Where I mark two as one. I l.-r-vc my Uunyan to my Fool-, (My Hjsku'iI face it nrls!) My Vvv'.i u all my little birds, My Lover, to the Kill?. This disposition of my books My will holds like a rock; Le.-t thieves break in. I place on all A combination Locke. Uultinioro Am .'ric.n. o the association understands the deep seated and myrlieal piw-T of names. I' better servant" are need 'd. how can better servants be had? Ly sivir.K ther.1 b'tttr nun;;, the association s'lf-wc:-?. Hene. 'forth, the draKled titns ".loioestic." "seiVLint," "Kill." ;r.t:st be heard no more. The lady downstairs will be "maid' and "maid" only. This is, tin: proper title now, we believe; but we si all miss that excel 1. ail pnrese, "mred girl;" also "help." The haughty and presumptuous till. "mistress" is rot to be used longer. Th- so to speak, with, the knife at th'dr Ib'oats." Mr. licit: does not utv his oinpatri ois ir. South Africa to rebel. So long as they lemain there and. are "not un duly oppressed' he thinks it their duty to obey the government. I'.ut his, r.ttitude is unfort una'. -. The war his leli fought to Uie eiid. flowever streagly Mi". lit it, may feel as to th-"? inju;--ti' e of the cutcoin.-, it c annot be levrseil )y force. Kcsioration of the S juth African republic- can come onb' through tile p iceful devel-)i:,:ent of i to amend by si term as re : the die tier. k w ill the i -j-; -i -: -i-: vf-i-v il CURRENT COfflT A : Y v IJa'rcii aad Graduate LlaiJ. or s.a.if .-( nter of c '"doiiiesti'- g- ttirg ard hold ptrv.mi. for the el v. movc.l. or ba vinilie-- l;av of musi.-j and dai'aing urge.! f if a. tin1-1 "hie..gr 'its been the .He.ii'.Mled liic aght on til rob'e-a." ti;' problem of iag 'l L cf IV- p lotl 1 ence in -!iuyii tile P'ltalo - to . ...;- ii cii i.-t .' n pioyes liav irn rules f i i s. 'hi ; w o;;-e-ri s c nt . discussing j ri n Hi :rt; t i 'nt house many move merits tl;e kitchen hive T!"-; dev. m-1" irs di .; pitiate.1 by means i iry c "t : taiian -m-j b.ave been i s on t-ulinary Se i che poet a::d tint doyers hava sought r.ve-ove-.i modus vi veri er and kitchen. Km . 1 ( PjJ's and liid down recuPuicn oi" crrfdoy is P'rgeiy oo'e.posed of and these h-dve been et?. for a lUlle more mancipa t ion c;f ?ervar.tn and .i Ilttl more emar.cipr.li.in of the Inly of the house. I'erhai? not very much has ieen rtcr.e. but a great deal has been i said: and t .ik is comforting to the talker. The ('hi: ago Housewives' association is one cf th" most active inaneipators and c-ii'.anciti itoi s. It is notable a.nd busy, as a. hou-vwife should be. It has now formed an ultimate or, at b as. ; 1 nultimate plan. In the Hist pi ic 'hicaso housewives move substituting "matron," a spec-table and imposing a a ry. "Maids" will be divided into "cook," "waiting maids," "ladies' maids," and "laundresses," and the greatest of these are the cooks, by : large majority. Hereafter only maids who hold di plcmas on real parchment issued by the association can get jobs in the house holds of its nfembers. As a membee sayn, "we have graduate nu-res to loo!-: after us w hen we are sick: why should n't "e have graduate- maids to look after us when we are well? Analogies are often treacherous, but the argu- .... ..v ...it...-.-.,r. ...... .... .Klt twt u lived in one family for a year and has J ,e cione her work with a certain pro ficiency, she will be entitled to a di ploma certifying the degree of pro ficiency attained. The three degrees or states alter proor will be marKecl as , "satisfactory," "good," "remarkablv I erlirier.t. J hese correspond to passed, cum laude and summa curu laude. Ac cording to the Chicago Tribune the as sociation is "enthusiastic ever its new plan." Possibly ths enthusiasm among ! the persons expected to apply for the degree of O. M. is more tepid. The faculty is ready, but the students may j not rcne in crowds. I Tilers are institutions where other parchment honors may be had by wcan ; en who aspire to household labor. We foresee the day when Bachelors of Do mestic Science, Doctors of Culinary Sc ience, Doc tors of Household and Eco nomic Science will abound. We can bear the matron at the speaking tube: "Is that you. Doctor Maggie? Will you ask Doctor Olga if there's any Pnrrr."- i san cheese in the house? Please say : to Doctor Hose that the Matron woul 1 ; like to have her hair combed." Will too many Doctors spoii'the brcth? Who knows? For our part we should like . to hear the opinions of a good, reason ably peppery "plain cook" on the ir.at : ter of diplomas. Put. somebody else I must do the asking or it must be post ) pon"d until we get a little more life ir.su:vr.ce. .New lork sun. f-goverr.ing col be retarded .var's results. ny. This a refusal liitterness progress to accept if feeling tlvre is bound to be. It is the duty of the leaders to combat this, not to aug ment it. The course of Mr. ll"itz is leaily hindering the cause he wants to help. Kansas City Star. ). Em 'go Ken Who Do and Men Who Don't. Men, after all, are, and always villi be. cf two kind? the men who accom plish and the men who dont. The oth er day there wa.s an important eoruer- : eirc e at the'oifK-e of one oi th" biggest men in American finance. It began I early ia the morning, and at noon it ! was. not concluded. Promptly at 12:3d j the ci rks went cut to lunch. The ! financier a; elegize d to one of his sten ographers for kee ping him ten minutes ; after the reuKr hour ir.d d. if it had I re curred often the stenographer would have indignantly sought another posi tion. He did net however, apologize to oth:-r seven or eight millionaires Ec-ulls cf Popular Education. President Eliot says that the result?: cf popular education in this country are picfoundly disappointing. That sound-: 'tartli.'ig and somewhat heretic a!, bu: Dr. Eliot expects a great deal cf edu cation, and is disappointed if he does He expects it to make peo ple wise, but he does not not f;::d that the Americans as r. -people have yet at tained to wisdom. We have been strug gling for two generations with drunk enness, but have not yet four.ei a suc cessful way to deal with it ;we still like to gamble, whie h is very unintelli gent in us: universal suffrage his not irsu'-ed good government to us; crime's of violence are committee in great ntrVnsr alt over the country, both by mobs and by individuals: v.-e don't show god taste in oar choice of ra iding rra.tier, r ir: plays we go to fee; we are er.ormour: c misurr.ors cf patent nied icine?. ,-nd credulous patrons of .".Il sorts cf i.ovel cures ; labor Mi ikes abound among us, and we r-li'd tek-;at ; the spoils system in politics. Fino.liy, the.- eeveic prnent of our minds i:. rr rested tr.o early. Dr. Eliot thinks that if our system of popular education -va--what it should be. there disconcerting phenomena would net be' observed. He iloes not argue that education does not m..ke good men wise, lie thinks the trouble with us Americans is th'-.t we don't get education enough. He points out that the average expenditure in the common schools of of the country 1 :-t year was Sril.ll per pupil, or 11.7 c nts a elay cf the average school year. The highest expenditure is ?la,S per pupil in Xew York; the lowest M-.'.O ia North Carolina. With all this he contrasts tho expenditure for tcac iiing and school Maintenance in the private schools where well-to-do people send their children, i.nd shows it to be four or five times as great. This increased ex- nditure is for better to contain, nothing but wasle paper says the could r,i ri the P.ivp. tea had often glue usel at each odor distlnguishabk illi! r.cminfj oiu warae paper, i j he New York. Timec. L'uspierien ' a t h" (lirei1"d to any on tl"Tl: p 'tion.', v.bo P.r'd haodled it. Th" Fd W.-L.iri.tt,S.-X -rfiTi'Ml l"3?syerL?TX.V'&.)XL?ZC7?iX:Z- fc.V,S2SMMiirifWTCI I yj niimi m I imimwi m:ux -i gir imii m n m - 1 noticed that the portofl'n e had au from tha-t cf rny ether. He lnv-aticrated alcnnr this, lpi', and v as tin ally row rrded. v.hr'n ii an e:'i' i- -ii- tie i--stii ali'oi i l the p -k- "ej age, pe diet oven d an ideality of :a.;. i! h bstv.cca the c i-t led ..x.k'ige and .1 e j .-.iu - pot ei ih .-eiint !-. H e ai -ed 1 il Hart Schaffncr U Marx Hind Tailored Will, to ic :' e t ti 1 er!!i c i ; the i::-u. ciegiit bis men :'k his ill-;c tten gains.. . 1; din;; 1 k-: i i I ie ad (iaaPy poitioa .f COLI.EtH.: GHIL AS A FAIIMEU. "Pelite Agra rltii.-" Will (ration Drav mint i k-. r.". -t V. b.ih' 1.1. icji ; mo;-. ma ny ir- 1 :i a! f lir i;-. nrr ; -.vi .- :-U m-( rtant iils ;it W e de-pioring llr fn-t of flu !i I ni ::'. '.)' o. ("hi- j;l "t JL" -T --.-3 DIFFEREPJT Imoui wlia.t other' stores are showinir. kind 11 iadc for exclusive dothinc: Outs are t tores and that pu-erie-s y: 1 back, others 1 of ad vniK-en e nt :ioli v no b.nr it t: tile cr lim- ir ::tl- raeou tti t'A b " ma v.i ; i e e and i-c ili, d cii'li.-i. fiu.li: :. 'I'ie y in- re! out t.. tai up n-i- iijiiii- le 1 1'ii.ig, dai:ief-, p. . ill ry ,: e r i ag, graft'. .-," and i.tiu V ni.-Ut -.!. p.erir-ining t- the. farm. The pi-o,v,c ve stat -ii" Minn ota took ti.e l -rd in this cPrei tion. Mne than fifty girls have le-gun the- study of f.-i- ytifie- fanning .'it the "Jjimioup''!!. l.Ileg? cf Agrii a'i'.ire with the view of ir.nki.'g frrm work ti-.elr IT" wa-.rk. This eolicg" Iras b , in exi?le::'-e .'or the i-.-e-t e'ecaeie, bat only recently have gill" been admitted. The ours ern-pi.:is:'-.. ""t-iriy. e-hc:!ii---try, physie-s, liourchold arts anil dom-stle hygieae. fioth b". s and girls rre ta'aglr; to plan I'.nm buil 1'ngs, to lay cart grounds r r- 1 1st i -ally anel t e nuk . itiag h .ar e. This, j-; pa cgrcrs ::; tie n. The re will be 1 -e c'de ge girls will irn or be ur-iit'.cJ for th- anf :i'otlir. "Polite eg: gii's will cui'teriict oVc r ,:;- r He.---::-..?...! '4.W 1 y NEVICR oiiercd for sale in department stores. Suits built 011 lines as adopted bv the hiiili class costume cutters with a perfection of sijdc, fit and workmanship U equal to the best at a laving of about half of the purchasing price. mm :- : i; ' ' t i - - -Jf wmsmgm EXCLUSIVE Sty2es and Patterns $15.00 TO $25.00 ... crj ros. the l:-u: an i'i- s rcoais t ; 1, :. nr l!: re do 1 rre duties r -: !"t:l: ,nt due hat tr ot AS cira' acks th gati-.n. Th. never be segr time and ihe h: e rde-aty 0 r. a logger to x.hieli r.ias ;i avei sic i'. ;t ' P-liiger.' c an ! . I p.ay era jirl with t". gatCel f'V. V. 1-.; w Maud e.dinireis. !v the rude ad ,d:ragi:t" - t:l b" "I' ll Mac-Tee..' . id - -v. r from a hoe :y lengU il e: Ti- f. ham" - turn rater sa e v.iil 1 of . v.a!I rra is fro :ri with All hon:r t the e illeg" of ttuoy educates ci.-Ie. r . home life 0 v,u-a J a?. ' 1 tiviiy. The f-irm tnav yet cf every Aiacracan y-.amr v.T'r.an, : r.d the1 n-tion vv better fe r that i deal. Vhli iele. o Jones 1. id Li ai. Orlefs'ay marry her , &j f r iove or money? ; f 3 Tlrow n Why. I n.-vrr heard just what f form of delusion he w as laboring un- ' fcl Shown by us, embracing styles, coloiings, fit and workmanship, never before brought to this part of the Territory. Overcoats diiect from fashion's center in the new long cut, medium, or box style, suitable for all kinds and conditions of men, and the prices are $22.50 for the very best, down easy stages t) a gxii locking, servicible garment that fits right for 1 : -:--. V - : vr- :.: i'i rx )::,, ..evt- : V .l;7.i :: '. . -f;u W '( . i - - : n t. ... r ; ?. . . ' -t'X ; i n !- - - 1 .... i i i . - . -ry ? j ( r -,t - -,:' b -r : ?l- J i: IJi I?.-.- -rri '- -- "-.- f i " 1 $10.00 ' I elcr. E" -hinge. . I - ' !:2LT!-"J K-T"': o fj B32S2S3 , . 'MnX&Wfi fi fir-:.- 1 eyes, grararlatioirs. ,n.l ali ! jl H ill i jj Phoenix Trard; r.aclory frr rurt enses. ' lh 2mttTVVJTtt- gTyJSV. ff.ayig-g-jggig -fcfteff fr'iVyi 0& 1103 KlH"" VOSlSi "Z' Y-. !"! i Mabel-Poor Eliza! They sny he mar- Bernard Pos, 133 West Monroe., ex- j V'90-T 1 I 1 ric-J her for nor money." Tom "Well, pert foreign piano tuner. . Tunes twice tTHf- -V r ,-'-- - ike earned it." Judge. i yearly for $5X0. Jr &rfc-i ; i - LO- ri- I L--s riS- : ini-.Yij,"j r v - t;i li-e" Pes v s-rvjJi-" 1 eeHJi ,.,....,. , ....... J:"i';i:J;SJ1 ' '.CriTiiiS V.E jVt :-S R e .iiKiren, i.nei shows rt to be four or 'jl-uier'V-. XVV'.k i-L IV &l--JrZ.lr'jr ... ,r I penditure is for better teachers " nel ?V ft i .? v ' 7"jV ' ' I mere of them. The pubiie schools, te.o. fc'P- A C.A-U PvUfrf I I says Dr. Eiiot. would have a teach-- Hu' X-?f $ 1 VUICK OrCaKiaSt ifcr every ten cr fifteen pupil-, instead Is always possible when the cock has ! 1 CrC' UrZ f;ty or fifty Pribils, If 'Ajm iYAW Kas at her fingers' ends. A match, a ! PfOD they ooi-l.l afford it. and there wc-uM I f V 44hfrif A o .. .... , 1,. , v, r. ; 3 .1 SSPS . steaks in 10. and there you are. No j ' the Experiancs t:i Kncv.icifga Teil the Stcry PP IllfJiPul in the rainej muuiui loeaoty for mmiy years. S ticcesfu I and reliable he; haH cu th pulilie con li'l.-iic. 1 o K'.i'i-nil. a. iiic1ic-al bpeeitfltjr nuitt be oiillt 111 c 11 cbilii y ::il reli u 0 i ! 1 1 y . 'llie c-nr.- l (iptieni brings another, huiI H c .t ti uiici; recerJ 01 T' rmmieut cures f.s the r..-?ait oi Supnior SliiH ttioroughly c-hltib! rsii t-s n pli mci. ii w i 1 h i he entire pulJ lie. lr L'litny ye.-Rrs 1 l.tve rrH(ie a speeiilty ol Men'B lji&eases iiJ am know n turough out t ho t-i tiU. we si us thoronplily skilliul and r-.-liabie. Ccntract'd Disorders ir.voiv ini; (astasia el tho SeouJ, kiilrcy and armory orcmic, ircmioni Weak lie3, and a: (h .icale . rao anel Oestiuaie ! who sat about his desk until after 7 o'clock, with no thoue-ht of luncheon or I elinner.jThese men were willing to make tne sacrifice which success demands. There is no dearth of openings for th2 man who will fit himself to accomplish. The fact is that the development of business has be-en more rapid than the j public uc iui-Liriii 01 iiiea, louay lliei e Is a greater need of men of the right sort than ever, and every great busi ness is looking for them. The Cosmopolitan. be a play ground around every school house, and the school house would be kept in as per fee "sanitary condition as a hospital. His d-due tioa is th..t "we ought to spend more public money on public schools, because the present ex penditures do not produce all the good re-sults which were expee ii'd and may be reasonably aimed at." Harper's Weekly. f Chronic ... '' $ COSSULTlNO PHYSICIAN. i 5JCCE5iFJL. r.iMinmnn FL.A3LE. 1 sxiLtFUL. L '''PfrieGaESsivE. 1 y":4 caduate of j", j VMapvard Medical College. ;"i .. CME OF THE BEIT J -;..., in Tr!E V.'0RU. i:i'ibulre' with !!! tln-fr di-M rm-l ive n-Mllts pi ou.ptly and p i sin. m ill 1 y urcd by the latent i.n l most i'-ni itic is:f;oU. No mttr whol has f. ii led, how bad ymir ivnr bow lironii-. i im-iiii rue w uhnit . b !,. y hi.i1 liml enii wlieibe-r y.ui nr.- n r. ,1.- or mil. Cancers. .iiinir. iilci-f i:ii'l e-xti'i iihI cri.v.ahr cured without the K)ite or-se -. it - ini'i! in i s. s - timntilnls a! i tied by h a H'et ju.h-e i i' i.-.i-ty. a,e ti i t)bi: t I . il 1 .. !!!!.. tion Fr.a l.ny. liouri eru . I: o-Mii:e ;; i -.ve : s I,., e.viiin- t - Ti.e.-i bi iii . 'id k i:h hiin r . .ni ; i us t,, i i - ii i,-jjfU y ninl bi '.. s. . . 1 j . ;,( ;,,ry a ml ' i.ii-v . n r T. Si Hill See- TOilBUlt'i- ')un lulora- -!1 :ie . -10-12, 1 iii i be ; . A . . : i ii ire- i:t n: 6, C-7. BitterneH3 in South Africa. The announcement that the British colonial secretary woul'l visit South Afiica was an indication that the situa tion there was net clearing so rapidly as had been expected. An insight into th3 attitude of many Boers is given by an article in the current issue of the North American Iteview by F. W. Heltz, formerly secretary of state in the late South African republic. Mr. Ileilz discusses the question. "Is it peace?" His answer is emphatically negative. Although he was one of the signers ef the peace treaty, Mr. Reitz asserts that he told Lord Kitchener he would sign only in his representative, not in his individual capacity. lie rjuoter, with approval the protest filed with tho British representative just before tho formal acceptance of the treaty. This stated that the struggle had so devas tated the country that "the horrible prospect had arisen" that by continuing it the "entire race might be extermin ated." The force in the fie Id. the docu ment continued, was so feeble that a successful issue- was not to be expect-c-d. Therefore it was thought best to accept peace. "If with these docu ments and facts before me," says Mr. Keitz, "I am asked: Is it peace? I dis tinctly and unreservedly would answer: No! It is not a peace that should be regarded as a lasting one or as one binding upon the conr-iences of those men who. to save the remnant of their wives and children, Eign3d it signed it, IIcw for the Trusts. Trusts and trust formation are the twin evils that menace our present splendid position. They, the-refore, must be dealt with at once. The re- n paity has grappled with other Til". .1 .1 m B till nfnlli. T V. . . , 1 , ..v.v H..HHUUJ. u.-e-ii eipcae I ... ..ii . cu an pasi emergencies, it has had the vigor to suppress other perils and an noyances. For that reason the public looks to it in this instance with all the more confidence. Trusts, have run the prices of commodities so high as even to check consumption. Trust promo tion has diverted so much money from the channels of P-gitimate business that it threatens the country with flurries and troubles. These menaces are ar tificial, for which reason they can be checked. It is incumbent upon the re publican party to prove its stuter-man-ship in that direction. Baltimore Am erican. o BETRAYED BY MUCILAGE. Some time ago a registered package, sent from the New York postofTlce, con taining a large sum of money, was re ceived at its destination apparently in tact, but on being opened was found The Kdd l-'nap is now upon us and f alling f c r w arm coverings over the. chest and back. We carry a fine line cf Frost-King Vests and Chest Protectors at prcper prii-es. Should you have prescriptions to fill bring them to us, and we will dispense them just as your doc tor wants them filled. (No substituting.) Remember, you get what you ask smoke, no smell, no ash. Better use j gas, don't you think? Others do; why I I not you? V.art to know more about : (gas? We'll tell you gladly. j j Phoenix Light and Fuel Co. ! I Cor. 1st. Ac. and Jefferson St. ! I Tel. 2401. ! PACSFIC COAST SMELTING and ?mit!!.V!; WAOIQ PURCHASERS OF GOLD and SILVER ORES AND FURNACE PRODUCTS Crocker Building San Francisco, Ca!. for J;t Bear's Mi Store Opp. Citv Hall Telephone us !'."d, and wo will cle-. liver your medicine and drugs free to any part of Phoenix. Walter SiiSS & Col RrXfSYEes, P'CKCRS, SHIPPERS rriiils and Produce. Phoer ix, Tucson, Prescotl, Arizona. RLestavsrant Ope On November 20th the Capital Cafe will be opened at 36 and 3S W. Washington St., by 13. F.Tarash, the present proprietor and manage of the Capital Chop House, which is a guarantee of fine mecis and service. 1 j i 3 BESTJS GOOD ENOUGH" i W4Lr. v ft . .-r t e, t . A -r rn k p i Ik. rr r BfTTT MM -I-M KM Absolutely Guaranteed Not to Crack, Stretch or Split. If it does, come and get your money back. You'll not find this silk elsewhere as we are sole agents. MO? mcnes wide .25 a Yard, f f s VUM&t TTinBE5TALVAY5 Si a