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10 DON'T BREAK EZRA 124-126 East Flat-House in London I often wonder when in the dead of night, I awake and my soul confronts me with it3 thousand and one "qual: Ings," what would happen to all the inhabitants of fiats if the building were to get on fire! For there is no doubt that about one-sixth 01" the pop ulation of London live in fiats. ' Some of the buildings are six stories high, and have four different families living on each floor. A long night of steps goes right up to the tup, all front doors open onto these steps, and there is, as a rule, a very handsome entrance com mon to all. I mentioned my fc-ars to my landlord the other day, and lie as sured ne that the stairs were built of iron and stone, and the walls and ceil ings of concrete. I believed him till I went to see a friend of mine, who also lives in a fiat, and noticed on the dining room wall scratches and obvious signs of a hole. I asked her what it was, and she said: "Oh, it's only the man next door who has been having his wall plugged, in order to put up a heavy shelf." And yet that same woman assured me she heard no pianos or noises In other flats near her. They must have been a very quiet lot that's all! Of course, there is no doubt that pianos and pianolas are the curse of the flat today. However thickly padded one's walls or carpets nuiy be, it is im possible to deaden the eternal jingle of a piano, and in the summer months, when all windows are Hung open (one would fling the walls open if it were possible), the noise is appalling. The lady with the steam whistle voice and the man who sings "throatily" flat, to an accompaniment picked out with one finger, are not-tc-be-desired neighbors. Still, on the whole, fiats are most desirable places of residence, especially to people wishing to get about a lot and keep up the appearance of a town establishment. One can lock up one's entire establishment send the maids home and so depart for a clear wees without having the anxiety of one'3 supposed misbhavior of the domestics or the fear of burglary. A flat thief is, however, to Ys met with, but he Is a very uncommon occurrence'. He has three stout doors to open before he gets into your dentin, and a hall porter, who, as a rule, is of a most obnoxious kind, to circumvent. These same doors are a matter of no little annoyance to tha late-night-outer, who has to open all three from the outside with differ ent keys, and tiny or.c-s at that! I heard cf a man who, coming In not long ago at 2 o'clock,- traveled slowly up five flights of stairs behind a coffin which was allowed to be brought in only at that time. He assured me that when he got to the top his state of mind was lunatic! Maids in these buildings have, to my mind, a beautiful time. They have exactly the same food as their masters and mistresses, are allowed out almost every day in some cases every day and have very little to do compared with the work of a house. They have neighbors all around one often wishes they hadn't, for their pleasantries are usually audible when one has a par ticular visitor! One is not bothered very much by these noises, except in the early morning. Then, of course, greetings have to be exchanged. The postman must have something dropped on to his head, to remind him that his Lucy or Ada is Faying "Good morning" to him. And the milkman "hang the milkman!" you say dors ten thousand times more shouting r.nd rattling than Experience and Knowledge Tell the Story TQ If 5RR A I?n ,ia ''ee" in the fame IVI. IliUUnitU locality for many years. Sacceaful and reliable he has won the public coniidenc.-e. 'Jo succeed, a medical upecialty muet be built upon ability ami reli ability. The cured patient brings another, and a continuous record of permanent cures as the result of Superior Skill thoroughly establishes a physician with the entire pub lic. For many years I have made a specialty of Men's Siaeases and am known through out the Bouthwrsi as thoroughly skillful and reliable. Contracted Disorders involv ing diseases of the SexnaJ, kidney and urinary orgaDs, Seminal Weak ness, and all delicate, grave and obstinate ' j.. Chromic Diseases A ss Consulting Physician SUCCESSFUL. n:uloinn REUA3LE. SKILLFUL U "IDDAKUPS00PESSiyt.i . UlARVARD MEDICAL COLLEGE.? j ONE OF THE BEST 'j.Nj'W m the Would. maladies with all their destructive result promptly nul l ertuHin.-ntly cured by the latest and moi-t Mi'-ntiti.- method. Si'o matter who has failed, how bud your case or how chronic, cnnMill me without ciels y and find out whether you are curable or not. Cancers, tumors, ulcers and external prowthr cured without the knife or severe measures. Tes timonial au.ilic". Jf Misible always tie exam ined by mi expert meet him, talk with him and judge for yourM-if as to his integrity ami ability. When unable to do so satisfactory ami Fueei Ksful home treatment mav tie had. Dr. Hlbbard Ilibbiird Iliiibiing. iC-2H Houth Sec ond Avenue, Phoenix, Arizorm. Consulta tion Free. Ali medicines at my own labora ory. Honrs 1U-P2, 1-3, 6-7. YOUR BACK! Neither do I sell separators tliat will break your back, but I do sell the only separator made with a low down supply can, The Sharpies Tubular Separator All other separators have the supply can away up in the air over vour head. I want to show you a tubular. Don't you want to see it ? ? ? ? . TH Washington Street 127-133 REMEMBER THE WHITE HORSE are necessary. My last uest asked me if my back square (where ali the kitch ens and maids' rcoins look out was the general milk emporium for all Lon don. I a iv. speaking, of course, of the flats where the rentals are 60 or 100 per annum. I can't understand any one payinx moie for a flat, when a charm ing house can be rented for the same money, with, of course, rates and taxes added on. The only thing that ought not to'be allowed in a flat is an animal. One sees sometimes several living In a flat, dogs and cats, and I have known monkeys. When one considers th want of space and pure air one real izes there is none of either to spare for dog or cat. Thera is no doubt that these habita tions are ideal for young married couples and bachelors both men and women. One can regulate one's ex penses so well, although one has not one's own front step to Fcrub. The stairs and passages are kept spotlessly clear.. I certainly think that the sup ply of flats is outdoing the c!'jniu.nd. and that one day the whole lot of them will be used us workmen's living places. It is a craze to live in them at pres ent, but after a!l one's house is one's own, and one gets very tired of being huddled up in a large building with any one wealthy enough to pay the re quired rent, with no front door to call one's own and so be looked upon In the eyes of one's landlord, as merely a number. S. H. B. in New York Com mercial. THE BEST REMEDY FOR CROUP. (From the Atchison, Kan., Daily Globe) This is the season when the woman who knows the best remedies for croup is in demand In every neighborhood. One of the most terrible things in the world i3 to be awakened in the middle of the night by a whoop from one of the children. The croup remedies are almost as sure to be lost. In case of croup, as a revolver Is to be lost In ca.e of burglars. There used to b3 an old fashioned remedy for croup, known as hive syrup and tolu, but some modern mothers say that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is better, and does not cost so much. It causes the patient to "throw up the phlegm" quicker, and gives re lief in a shorter time. Give this rem edy as soon as the croupy cough ap pears and it will prevent the attack. It never fails and Is pleasant and safe to take. For feale by Elvey & Hulett, druggists. It has been discovered that the new Jim Crow car law of New Orleans makes the conductor such an autocrat as he is in no other city," says tha New Orleans Picayune. "Perhaps the most objectionable feature of it is that which authorizes and empowers the car conductors to pronounce which of the passengers -are whites and which are negroes. There is no restraint on these irresponsible persons clothed with such extraordinary functions. A 'car conductor under this law, upon his own unassisted judgment, without tak- j ing any testimony or making any in jquiry, pronounce that any person to j whom he has taken a dislike or a prei- i udice is a negro and must sit in the coinpaitment pet apart for negroes, under penalties for refusing to accept his decree. In the same way he can force a negro into the compartment for whites." -o MILLION DOLLARS IN CHURCHES. Of new churches In this city the ag gregate cost is fully a million dollars, so that it is obvious that some of our "prosperity" is being invested in tem ples of worship. The range of faith leprcsented by the group is also an in teresting feature. The West Farms Presbyterian church to be built as a memorial to Mrs. ean nette Keck by a bequest of .her son, Charles 15. Keck, is t- be the finest hurch edifice in the borough of The Bronx, New York. St. Nicholas's Russian church is of a different architectural type from any other in New York. Its plans were drawn by John Bergesen, who has pro vided a design purely eastern, with lots of color and ornamentation. The nudi tcrlum is very high, the large central dome giving a feeling of loftiness. The First Church o.' Christ. Scientist, is building from plans by Messrs. Car rere & Hastings. It also differs from any other New York church. The ma terial Is white marble, and the- interior is to be finished on a finer seal?, so It is said, than any church in the coun try. St. Ignatius' ( 'hurch is of the Rit ualistic Episcopal churches of the country, and the architect, C. C. Height, appropriately chose the early Kngli:;h Gothic? ss the architectural style. The building, which has just been completed. U very beautiful both outside and in, the interior especially, with its elaborate altars, being impres sive and churchly. A small parish house adjoins the church, and contains apartments for the rector The Relmont chapel of the Episcopal cathedral of Ft. John the Divine is the first part of that great structure to show, in stone, the architectural style of the cathedral. It is one of seven chapels which will ultimately surround the choir, and will very soon be com pleted, so that services may be held All East Adams Street IX FRONT. in it. ine cawieurai ari.mi.Tij ai j Messrs. Hcins and LaFarge. When the walls of the chapel began to rise it wus possible to sec for the first time th? exterior stone of the cathedral. It is a graniti of a warm, almost yellow ish lone, which is raid to be very hard. At the left o" the cha;rl is eop. a part of one of the grcut arches for the ca thedral choir. Advent Lutheran church, of which W. A. Potter was the architect. Is one of the most recent examp'es of a com paratively inexpensive city church, bni't on a corner site, of brick and ft one. Tin? pure Gothic style lends itself admirably to location and siza o; building, and, although there U no spire, the suggestion of corner towers adds to the churchllness cf the struc t tit '.. One excellent feature of the plan of thU building is that it harmonizes with surrounding structures. St. Edward's Roman Catholic church, Brooklyn, is the most recent structure for that religious body that hns been completed in Greater New York. It is situated on a smail scjuare at the junction of three streets, so that there is. an excellent approach to it3 front. Church Economist. o THE LORDLY FLOORWALKER. "Have you ever noticed the differ ence in those lordly creatures, the floor walkers?" asked the girl in the broad- biimmed hat. "Some of them are ex-tic-r.cly nice and obliging, but the oth ers "The other day I happened to be in a tivr department store whon a sudden clc' trica! storm came up. A lady and her little daughter, dressed in pretty summer clothes, came hurrying to the d:;cr, and seeing the deluge outside, stepped back dismayed. " 'I wonder if it has been raining Icng.' said the mother. 'Ask that floor walker, dear, and then will we be able to tell how much longer the storm will !at.' "The girl, a dear little lady-like thing, moved over to where the floor walker stood. 'Please, woulcl. you tell me about how long it has been raining, rir?' she said. The magnificent looking fellow, almost ri feet four, favored the littlo n'it? with a profound stare, thereby rsducing her to the verg of tear. and walked off without deigning to reply. " 'My goodness.' sal 1 m jolly faced girl who had seen it nil. 'he must be an exiled duke at the very best.' "The tables were turned. He of the good (?) manners refllened to the color known as turkey red, and several of the clerks turned away to hide a Fir.ile." Philadelphia Public Ledger. CHAMBERLAIN'S STOilACII AND LIVER TABLETS. Try them When you, feel dull after eating. When you have no appetite. When you have a bad taste In the mouth. When your liver is torpid. When your bowels are constipated. When you have a headache. When you feel bilious. They will improve vour annetltp. cleanse and invigorate your stomach ana regulate your liver and bowels. For sale by Elvey & Hulett. drutreists. H. T. Mclntyre, St. Paul. Minn., who nas Deen troubled with a disordered stomach, says, "Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets do me more good than anything I have ever taken." For sale by Elvey & Hulett, druggists. SWEAR NOT RY THE STARS. "Rut how can you be certain that you love me?" she asked as they finally got away from the crowd and were sure that nobody could overhear them. "Darling!" he exclaimed, "how can you ask me that? Do you see yon stats?" "Yes," she whispered, permitting him to draw her' a little closer to him. "How splendid they seem:" "How can I be sure they are above us? I know they are. In the same way I know that I love you as I have never loved before-! as I never can love again." "But," she answered, after a long Figh, "we are not sure that the stars are above us. They may really be be low us. The earth is whirling In space and we -" "Ah, my sweet one," he interrupted, "never mind the stars. You know I got a divorce hist week, don't you." " "Yes," she murmured, snuggling yet n little closer. "And wo know thst you've got one WHAT IS THE USE of suffering from Indigestion if you eat what you want, or of starving yourself to avoid such distress? Ack er's Dyspepsia Tablets taken after eating will digest your food perfectly and free you from all the disagreeable symptoms of indigestion and dyspep sia. Eat what you like at any time, and take an Acker Tablet afterward. Positively guaranteed. Your money will always be refunded if you are not satisfied. Write to us for a free sam ple. W. H. Hooker & Co., Buffalo, N. Y. T. F. Hudson Pharmacy. ccmln; In a day or two, don't we?" "Oh, my love!" she paid, "I am trem bling so. Hut I'm glad. These are things we are sure cf. I saw the judgs on the car this afternoon and flirted with him all the way down town. We shall bo fi hip;:y, won't wo, dearest?" His head was bent downward. Their faces were very r.oar together. But let us turn from the rncrcd rccr.e. Chi cago ficcord-jlerald. We sell the greatest of blood puri fiers. Acker's Blood Kllxer, under a postlve guarantee. It will cure ail chronic and other blood poisons. It you have eruptions or rores on your bed, or arc ;ale, weak or run down, it la jut what , you need. We refund money if you are not s.-itlrnd. M cents and $1.00. T. F. Hudnon l'harniacy. Catches of llsh were never larger on either side cf the Atlantic. More than fifty millions of hsriir.gs were taken in nets in cne haul of the boats off the Ep-Tii.h coust. If th" prices of cattle on the ranges, and In the stock yards are kept so high that the poor may be compelled to banish beef from their tables, the salt water ciop3 are so profuse and abundant that they will ;,ri a long way to supply a substitute. o Peppery What's the matter, Cholly? You look weary. Cholly Well aw I was just think- Peppery Ah! r.o wonder you're ex hausted. Philadelphia Preirs. o Taking advice ic a gooj bit lik? tak ing medicine. It requires faith, o Phc-cnirt Trtir.k Factory for suit crises. Bernard Pos, 133 West Monroe., ex pert foreign piano tuner. Tunes twice yearly for $3.00. Eagles' Carnival World Renowned BOSTOCK j Trained Wild Animal Exhibition! Greatest Show in the World. THE WAKELIN GROCER COMPANY We are showing- the largest line of high grade Coffeep In Phoenix. Our line consists of SPRAGUF. WARNLR'S RICHELIEU In six grades. SCHILLING'S BEST COFFEE In four grades. CHASE & SAB0RN In four grades. j. A. F0LGER & CO. In three grade. STERLING GOLD SEAL MOCHA AND JAVA CLL'B HOUSE COFFEE IN MOCHA AND JAVA JAS. HEEKIN & CO. IN FIVE GRADES TILLMAN & DENDEL IN THREE GRADES The Wakelin Grocer Company pRESH SALMON & BASS OYSTERS OYSTERS OYSTERS Fine Steaks. :.AT.. COFFEE AL'S. B. GOLBERG, fUTS AND CLOTHING... ...CLEANED AND REPAIRED LADIES GARMENTS A SPECIALTY Call and be convinced. No. 4 W. Adams St , J JlC JE!I j By the good dresser all over tlie United States. Hart, Sctaffner & Marx hand tail ored clcthing we not only handle that line, but some of the very best makes of ready to wear clothing to be had, and our charges for these goods are no more than you have to pay for the junk sold at sonic of tke other stores. We handle only such clothing as is sold to exclusive clothing stores. wm. 'fi.vi.i'h. :ic - IH.dk 4 J .4 Uili ! li If i i.'J-.if'"! M L 4 ',. .km I jit if !';;!?:'; IJ-, ,vj ? : Men's Overcoats Black or Blue Kersey, Oxford, Cheviot, Worsted Covert Cloths $10 TO $22.50 VvV&. ill I A Quick Breakfast Is always possible when the cook has gas at her fingers' ends. A match, a light eggs In three minutes, chops or steaks in 10. and there you are. No smoke, no smell, no ash, Better use gas, don't you think? Others do; why not you? Want to know more about gas? We'll tell you gladly. Phoenix Light and Fuel Co. Cor. 1st. Ave. and Jefferson St. Tel. 2401. Black Dress Goods. When selecting material for a black skirt or dress quality should be considered above all else. We've been selling standard black goods to the best people in Arizona for over forty years, and this sea son have a much larger variety than ever before. The volume of business transacted in this depart ment warrants our carrying the largest line In town, consequently this is the place to come If you wish to choose from an assortment unequalled in Phoenix. Every weave on the market is here, and as we handle only the goods from responsible manufac turers, we can guarantee perfect satisfaction with every yard. "If It comes from Ooldwater's, it's good," applies especially to black dress goods, and you'd make no mistake by buying your black goods here every time. lAVE Tou bought your suit to eat your Thanks giving dinner in? We have the proper ca per, a swell three button cutaway frock suit made of pure all wool black worsted. tailored right up to the min ute, at Also Sack Styles at the Same Price. I Dili I ISra g U W1-M9U. I cold air HlThe Men of Today- STORAGE MARKET. S. J. TRI30LET, Prop. -120 E. Washington St. Opposite City Hail. Telephone 61. (14- Choice Meats Dressed Poultry Delicatessen Fruit, Vegetables, Produce Cheese, imported and domestic; Holland Herring; Salt Mack erel; Zulh Tickles; Olives; Sauerkraut; Smoked Fish; Sar dellen, etc. Everything kept In cold storage and first class. Eagle Brand Oysters. Fresh Fish Eveij Day. THE SALE OF ..DOLLvS.. WILL CONTINUE MONDAY and Tuesday if any are left This is an excellent chance to buy dolls for Christmas gifts at ridiculously low prices. Every size and kind of doll is here. Come in and Look. "TOE'BE-ST ALWAYS HartSduiFner G? Mint Hand Tailored .V-i.-i'" ---K'V H3s . Hatt, Schaffner & Marx Hand tailored fine suits in Worsteds and Fancy Cheviots $15 TO $22.50 pros,, Established 18S9. Well made clcthing distinguishes the man of today. Today's contest is one of brain rather than of muscular action. We want to fit you out with clothes that will suit you perfectly. NICHOLSON. - The Fashionable Tailor. 33 Lace Net Dress Patterns Strikingly beautiful are the new exclusive lace net patterns for evening gowns. Some are trimmed with hundreds of yards of ribbon, others finished with silk applique, and more with the popular juby trimming and vel vet applique. The skirts are all ready to be placea on the bands, while the waist pieces are shaped ready to be put together. In fact the patterns require but very little fixing. The prices are very reasonable, too. You'd have a swell gown should you buy one. Onlv One of a Kind. S