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of South Norwalk, Conn., Ia prepared to furaiah milk-bottle eapa, plain, waxed or printed, at low pricea aad in quantitiee to auit purebaaer. Factory Opposite bast Norwalk K. R. Station. The Ne wtown .Bee. The Automatic Tool Co. of South Norwalk, Conn. , Maaufaclures milk-bottle capping macbiaee; gae oliae eagiaea and motors; develops and produeee special machinery. Factory Opposite East Norwalk R. R. Station. VOLUME XXIX. NEWTOWN, CONN., FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1906. TEN PAGES. NUMBER 22. The Melbourne Cancer lure Co. Are SDeclatt"t8 In the treatment and euro of 0 incenKTuinorsand all Malignant Growths by trie most modern and scientific- method NO KM I KB. I f you are a sufferer, do not hesl tate to consult a Specialist who has made his rep utaMou by effecting OCttES. Examination Free. Sanatorium: 64 Bank St., and 57 Derby Ave., Derby, Ct. Offlise hours: 7 to 9 a. m., 18 to 8 p. m., 5, to 7 p. m. Telephone 3j7-1U. J. W. Melbourne. M". D., Specialist. 1 00,000 Celery Plants twice transplanted. JOHN RECK & SON, ItIS Oak St., 9BS Main St., Bridgeport. Professional Cards. W. J. Baaohar, Attosjut-at-Law, Kooma 25 and 86. Sanford Bldg, Bridgeport. OIBoe In Newtown open on Saturdays from 9 a. m. to iM p. m Albert L. Schuyler, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OtH over Newtown Savings Bank. Hours: 810 a. m., 1-a 30 p. m. Office phone No. 10. House phone (dandy Hook) 20-5. Hours at house, 5--7.30 p. m. F. J. Gale, M. D., Office In the David Been Residence, Nawtown Street. Office Hours : 8 to 9 a. m.. t to 8 and 7 to 8 p m Dr Walter H. Kixknan, Pbtskiam AMD Scroiok., Sandy -ook, Conn. Office Hours: 8-9 a. m. 1 to 8.30 and 7-8 p. m. Telephone 1 18-8. Dr B. R. Shopp, Desntlevt, Washington Depot, Conn. Dr Prank E. Judson, Demtlat. 67 OlNTSR ST., BSTHEL,COhN. Opposite M. B. Church. Office hours: 8.80 to 18 and 1 to 6. Dr F. A. Scott, Desntlst. Lewis Block, Woodbury, Cob: Local Telephone, 9-15. Long Distance, 86-3. DR. 5. E. ALLEN, Hattibtown, Conn. P. O, Address; Route 16, Stepney Depot, Ot, Administer of Magnetic Treatment. Spec, lallst In treatment of heart failure, stomach (rouble and headache. Terms reasonable. Consultation Free. A. J. McGown, O. Q., OPTICIAN, South Britain, Conn. Eyes tested and glasses fitted at patrons home without extra cnarge. win respunu promptly to phone or postal cam. Celkste A. Bkntcdiot, M. D. Physician and Surgeon, Jt State Street, Bridgeport, Conn Electricity one of the therapeutic agents. Office hours from 10 a n. to 18 m., 8 to 4 p. m Charles 8 Flatt, Teacher Piano, Orgaa aad Theory, NEWTOWN OONM. Oscar Pitzschler & Son, Barxbrs & Hairdrbssbrs, Newtowa, Sandy Hook and Hawleyville Newtown Shop open every day. Hawleyville shop open Wednesday afternoon ana ounaay morning. Sandy Hook, shop open.every week a ay. uniy nrst ciaaa worn. POOL, TABLE. DENTAL PARLORS. sfcpert dentistry, painless and reliable, most modern and scientific appliances used for p a lnless operations. DR. C. B. BLACKS. AN, .surgeon Dentist. Office In Postoffice Block New Milford. Dr Battam, DENTIST, Bake St asst. Nbw Milford. LEONARD'S INSURANCE AGENCY, FIRE, ACCIDENT. Old Companies, Uoweat R.atetav Dr R. S. Todd VETERINARY SUROEON, New Milford, Conn. AT LIBRARY CORNER. $15 Suit Sale. What are these $15 suits ? Well they are stylish single or double breasted blue or gray serge sack suits gray fancy mixtures in fact just the suits you have been looking at with longing eyes. What i9 the value ? 18.50, 20.00 and 22.50. These are ideal suits the fabrics are carefully chosen for service the tailoring is rigt, the style correct and all the haft marks by which you recognize good tailoring are there. You buy at this special price a suit that fits you perfectly and will retain its good looks just as long as it lasts. Shoulders, collar; and every point, carefully consid ered. $15.00. ,filM:NEA(; I a a a a . w -v . , wr ! I 1111 -k a m v aw. -.-- a A t AQJynAiN & juhn 31. u uv DriLucruri.JuiNWc MM In all the newest fashions. Trimmed Hats, shapes and findings. IPSW x l .ss. "' "i S s a,jfa fir: S U 'BBkw ar as. V "a tr-. X m '1 - . -5 " 5v " i ; ' ' - Levi C. Morris, Treasurer of the Newtown Water Co. Cornelius B. Taylor, President of tha Newtown Water Co Mid-Summer Millinery Children's Wash Dresses, 50c to $5. Ginghams, linens, ducks, chambrays, etc. every wanted washable material. Ages 4 to 12 years"." Agency for Ladies' Home Journal Patterns. McLEAN BR.OS., 221 Main St., Danbury. , Telephone 157. HOME NEWS. WATER WORKS MATTERS. CONSTRUCTION OF PLANT TO BE BEGUN IN A FEW DAYS. At a meeting of the directors of the Newtown Water Co., Friday night, held at the rooms of the Newtown Savings bank, it was voted to call a meeting or the stocKnoiaers ror J ane l at 7.30 p. m., for the purpose of in creasing the capital stock of $10,000 to $20,000, or from 400 to 800 shares. It was voted to call in another zt per cent of the capital stock, July 2. Judge William J. Beecber was appointed to sign the contracts. Messrs C. B. Tay lor ana u. u. iecK were appointed to lay out and build a road to the power house. The actual construction on the water works plant will probably be begun in a few days as the Italians wno are to do the digging nave arrived and are quartered in J. Albert Black- man's small house. QRANQE NOTES. LECTURE ILLUSTRATED BY STEREOP- TICON VIEWS. At the meeting of Pootatuck Grange, next Tuesday night, the lecturer's hour win oe taken up with a stereopticon lecture on the telephone business of the state. It promises to be very In teresting and something out of the usual order. The lecture has been re ceived with great favor by neighboring urantres before wnom it has been giv en. It is hoped there will be a full attendance of the members. The lec turer's hour will be open to the public. AT BEITS' . Hellebore for currant bushes. Steam's headache cure, 25c. . Ayer's pills. Aver's sarsaDarilla. the leading proprietary tonics. All niCHAEL White Mountain lief ri ger ators The Perfection of Household Cold Storage. They are dry, clean, (loanable, pure, economical, convenient, roomy, dur able, saaitarv to the utmost deoree and cold aa an iceberg. The ice man would never grow wealthy if all Refrigerators were made like this greatest of ice savers. Made of well seasoned hardwood, it has an improved removable ice chamber, convenient apartmeata for eatables and is in every way up to data. Price $11.50 to so. Also a line ot neingerators 97.50 aid up. N. Buckingham & Co., Inc., Baby Carriages and Summer Furniture, 1 77 Stai' Street - . - - Wn4portt THE JULIA ROBERTS HOUSE AT BOTSFORD, BURNED TO THE GROUND. Last Friday afternoon sparks from the eniiine set tare to the grass near the old J una Koberts place at Botsiora It being so dry the lire spread until it reached the house, setting lire to the building and burning it to the ground. The .fire was not discovered until it had gained such headway they were unable to put it out. ,The house was in a dilapidated condition and the loss win not be very neavy. ienry uour quenez owned the property. FUNERAL OBITUARY. OF CHARLES NORTHROP. AVILLIAM TKe Albany Dentists, 03a iTaln Street, BRIDQEPORT, CONN. Telephone Oall 249-5. Crown and Bridge Work A Specialty. DRS RECTOR & UHLE, Proprietors. When buying like to KNOW that they are getting the real thing ; that the quality IS exactly as represented to them, Then shODDlne be yours In the future, simply iTAVtfb w,v and to feel that the prices paid are just. hwvimM a nleasure and a satisfaction. This pleasure mav be vours In th when looking for things In gold or sliver of the best makes. Sterling or plated ware, choice cut glass, timepieces mat win ten you tne trutn, aiamonas ana otner precious stones, opera and fold glasses, ppeketbooks, blllbooks and card cases, art ware, fans, Whiting's box papers. Repairing. Diamond setting and engraving. Eyes examined day or night. Properly fitted glasses maae ana guaranteed, uo to The funeral of Charles William Northrop was largely attended, Satur day afternoon, trom ais late nome.iiev R. K. Danrorth and liev J. a. ueorge officiating. The pall bearers were Charles K. Beers, 11 B. Beers, Charles. D. Ferris, weorge a. Beers, A. u. I'eck, Sr., and A. L. Peck, Jr. Mr and Mrs Orrin Smith and daughter, Mrs Stiles Smith and son, 'Jortez bmitn, were among those present from out of town. The floral tributes included a beauti ful floral mllow bearing the words, "Our Son," a bouquet of roses from the wife of the deceased and a bouquet of carnations from Mrs Walter (jiover TAYLOR Practical Jewelers, GREGORY, Elizabeth St., Derby, Conn. William Bobbins of passed Sunday in town. Wallingford QAftftftftftfift&ft&w A A A A A A A A Dr George E. Bolles, Dentist, Danbury office: Postoffice bullding.Maln St., pen every day. . , Iletbel office: M Greenwood Ave. Bethel. Oonn., open evenings. Telephone No. 378. farSATisvAoiioa Guabaktibd. W. C. Allen, SHERMAN. CONNh General Auctioneer. Terms Reasonable. 4? 43 4 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 -' Have you visited our store? toget our prices on If not it will pay you I. :f lewis, Manufacturer of Harness, Blankets, Robes and Stable Goods. Joun St. Fkiookport Let Me Write Your Insurance on vnur home and household goods at once. LOWEST RATES consistent wltli absolutely secure com pun Ins T. J. CO R 3 ETT, Agent, Nnwtown, Conn. O. O. BEERS Sfc CO., Newtown, Comm., Manufacturers Of Canopy Tops, Buggy Tops Cushions, Backs, And all kinds of Trimmings for Carriages ana wagons oeou iw uwHm.m fcfr Pootatuck Grange of Newtown and Ltbe Brooktield Grange are both to visit the Bndsrewater urange on wennes day evening, June 13. The visiting Granges will furnish the program. F. P. Bailey and Miss Ella Bailey of Dodgingtown and Mrs Martin Kelly of Berkshire were in the Park City, last Saturday. Miss Mattie Ruffels of Bridgeport spent Sunday with her parents, Dea and Mrs George Ruffels, at Hawley- vnie. Mrs Edwin Hook spent Saturday in Bridgeport. CAVANAUOH'S RECOVERED. Miss Ida Cad ioe of Hawleyyille was ill, last week, at the home of her par- HORSE ents, Mr and Mrs George Cud joe. in Obtuse. THIEF LEFT IT IN WOODS NEAR STEP NEY. The horse which was stolen, last week, from Michael Cavanaugh's in Hanover was found lust .below UnDer Stepney, on what is called Booth Hill, tied in the woods, and it has been re turned to him. Homer-Tfiubbell of Stepney was passing on the highway and heard the horse whinner and in that way found the horse. The-horse was a very valuable one. and was at tached to a nice rubber-tired turnout. Mr Cavanaugh is to be congratulated on his good rortune. we wish the thief or thieves might be speedily ar rested. It is believed there were two men implicated in the job. CONTRACT FOR MASONIC TEMPLE SIGNED. . H. C. MC COLLAM OF REDDING THE BUILDER. H. C. McCollam of Redding has signed the contract for building the Masonic temple at Sandy ilook and will begin work in a few days. Mr McCollam was the builder of the Smith-Scudder residence in Newtown Street. Miss Kathryn Bradley, spent Satur day in the Hatting City. Telephone poles have been set from the corner near W. B. Glover's to the place of Allison P. Smith. The poles are large and substantial ones and were cut on land of H. H. Beers, 'i ney were delivered by Archibald McArthur. Mrs George Beers, who has passed the winter with her daughter, Mrs Henry G. Curtis, in Berkshire, has re turned to the home of her son, George B. Beers, in Palestine. Mr and Mrs George B. Beers enter tained at dinner, Sunday, May 20, Mr and Mrs Henry G. Curtis, Eli B. Beers, Miss Fannie Beers and Mrs George Beers, Sr. Miss Bertha Parce of New York opened her summer home in Taunton on Wednesday, Decoration day. D. P. Simpson is 111 at his home in Lake George district with lung trou ble. Dr Kiernan is attending him. Mrs William Baldwin, Sr., has moved from nawleyville to Obtuse hill, where she will make her home with her daughter, Mrs Benjamin Smith. Rev Patrick Fox was in New Mil ford, Monday, assisting in the Forty Hours Devotion. Arthur D. Fairchild has worked up bis roads in good shape, from the Four Corners west to tne Bethel line and from the Four Corners south to the residence of the Barnutn Brothers in Dodgingtown. Judge Cleaveland.of the New Haven probate court, made a brief stay in town, last week Thursday, ne paid a call at The Bee office. Mr and Mrs Charles A. McBath of New Haven were guests, Sunday, of Mrs McBath's parents, Mr and Mrs E. G. Lake. George F. Duncombe has purchased a half interest in a mineral water busi ness in Bridgeport. His store is locat ed near the corner of Park and Fair field avenues. Miss Florence Nichols, who has been in Roxbury for a few weeks with Mr and Mrs Leander Palmer, has returned to Newtown. Miss Maude Elliott of New Haven is now able to attend to her work again in the New Haven Clock factory. Mr and Mrs Harry C. Beers of New 11a ven were guests over sunoay or mt and Mrs Daniel G. Beers at Hill urest. The Busy Store Co. Women's Summer Wearing Apparel. We are now showing complete Usee o all that's fresh and new ia Summer Wash. Suite. The variety of etyles ia tbsae gooda are dietiactively different from those which have beea shown in former seasone. 1 he colore are ia light blue, pongee, rose pink and reseda greea with all white ia the lead. Honors are about evenly divided be tween the tn and Box coats. As the weather growa warmer the shirt waist auits will prsdomiaate. Hers at all prices from the lowtet to the beet Come to us to supply your Summer Needs. The Busy Store Co. Fairfield! Ave. and Middle St.. .Bridgeport, Conn. The best shoe that can made for the money. New styles are ready In alf leathers. Our label guarantees quality, "A fit for every foot." "Zenith" shoes are con trol led-' exclusively by or HeJ-to-Foot Clothiers. Main Street and Fairfield Ave, (MOBTBWXSTOOBim) Bridgeport. Conn. The City National Bsvnk. 101-103-105 Wall Street, Bridgeport, Conn., As banking is so largely a matter of confidences; it will help you and help us to become acquainted and keep in touch with each other. We cordially invite you to call at any time It Is not necessary to wait until you Intend opening an account. Nor is it necessary to defer opening an account until you can make the announcement with a substantial sum. The Initial deposit does not effect the standing of tne depositor It is the character of the account afterwards that determines that. So come In and see us any time. Open an account, if you like, with what you have on hand. We afford our patrons every facility consistent with souul policy and conservative management. ' Klark's Cold Water Paint For Interior Work. Reasons why it should be used: Any one can apply it. It works easy in all cases. It mixes thoroughly with cold water. It retains its color for years. It is the best Disinfectant. It will not scale, chalk, peel, blister, flake, rub or wash off It is cheaper than lead and oil paint. It is cheaper than common whitewash. Endorsed by Architects. ZIGL-ATZKI-MAR.KS Company, 110-116 South Main St., Waterbury, Ot. Frank Millkr, President, Charles E. Hough, Cashier, H. B. Tkrrill, Asst. Cashier. "If It's Made of Rubber We Have It." BICYCLES. In addition to carrying in stock everything and anything made of Rubber we also handle a complete line of Sporting Goods. Buying for twelve stores enables us to give the most for your money every time. ' Just now we are showing a splendid line of Bicycles of standard makes, that are fully guaranteed for season of 1906. Priced at $20, $25, $27.50, $30, $35, $50. Call and see them. WRSt QQDD3 The Wooster-Atkinson Co., 1043 Broad Street, Bridgeport, Conn. Good Exercise Gives LONG LIFE! There is no better exercise than horseback riding. Saddles from 5 to $50 Bridles from $1 to $10 The Peck & Lines Co., 185 to 307 Middle St., Bridgeport, ... Ct. r - The Corner of Good Shoes. William A. Leonard, Secretary of the Newtown Water Co. The Patrician Shoe for Women. During our entire experience ia the re tail shoe bus'aess we have never sold ! better $3 50 shoes for women than the Patrician. There is a certain samsnees to the novice in all shoes, but to tbe expert buyer there is a vaet difference. As ex pert buyers we obssrve the toe shapes, the shoe-making, the sole sewisg, the etitchinq aid the materials, and if the ehoe passes mutter in all these require ments we snow nat it win suit our pa trons. The Patrician shoe, handsome as a picture, durable aad comfortable, is a gr.a proposition ui 95.0, Hide in Patent Kid.Veleur Calf, Vlci Kid, Gun Metal Calf and other leathers!. Hubbell Bros., Derby and New Haven. Bicycle Tires. Big Four Tires, $1.25. Hummer Tires, $1.75. 1906 Tires, $2.25. New Oxford Tires, guara'nteed,'$2.50. Goodrich Tires, guaranteed,?$2.75,'$. Hartford Tires, guaranteed, $2.75, $5. Play Ball. Now is the time to think of Baseball. Our stores are overflowing with Gloves, Mitts, Masks, Balls, Body Protect ors, Bats, Shoes, Toe Plates, etc. Operators of 12 Stores: 1105 Main St., Bridgeport. 13 Church St., New Haven. 139 Bank St., Waterbury. 5 j Asylum St., Hartford. 340 Main St., New Britain. 51 West Main St.Meriden. 399 riain St., Stamford. 74-76 Main St., Norwich. 58 State St,, New Loadoa a6 1 riain St., Springfield. 138 North St, PKUfleM. " 606 rjaln St., Worcester. The Ailing Rubber Company;