WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2 V 1900. -
I)ick CrcUer and his bosom friend,
Toni Plait. , were to visit Waterbury
next summer, and 'were given a ride
around our city of brass, and during
their tour Hamilton park was point
ed out to them, wouldn't they have a
grand old laugh at our city govern
ment? Why, to think that taxpayers
would put men in office who would
treat such a magnificent gift as Ham
ilton park in the manner they have,
would put both of the above named
gcutlemen into convulsions. And if
on their way back along Broadway,
.between Silver and Welton streets,
they decided they would like to see
Washington hill, and asked the driver
to point out the route they must take
to get there, it surely would be a case
of "What kind of farmers run the city
of "Waterbury, any way?" Aud who
would blame them? No connecting
street between Welton and Silver
streets and the Hill. 'Well, we don't
know what either gentlemen would
think, but we do know that if they
drank some of our Tea they would de
clare it the best they every drank in all
their travels. We think both would buy
some to take Home, and jr tney u.;.
they would get four hnrs of the best
Soap with every pound, and our 24c
Butter would just tickle their palates.
They might have no use for politicians
but they'd always remember
?1 EMfliay, Tel Call 169-2 4
That's been with us the past
few days, is a gentle reminder
of what's to follow it makes
yon think of a comfortable
There's nothing that will help
make your house as comforta
ble, at so small a cost as a few
feet of weather strips it stops
the cracks and crevices around
doors and windows and saves
Our stock of weather strip is
full to overflowing with all the
good kinds wood with rubber
cushion all rubber all felt
any one of which you could ap
ply yourself. It runs from 2c
to 5c per foot.
80-93 Bank Street.
I "The Shop"
Nothing makes a room
more attractive than hav
ing it tastefully papered
and painted. Call and
e our endless variety
of choice designs and
colors. Estimates fur
bished. No trouble to
Tte Lapalme-Hoffman Co
158-160 GEAND STREET.
Depends on three things: A good phy
sician, a good nurse, -- and absolute
purity and uniformity of the drugs
and medicines employed in the case.
Always come here with your prescrip
tions, and for toilet and bath requi
Cor Scovlll and South Main Streets.
". Blue Fish 12c,
COD 1IYER OIL
TO OUR PATRONS.
The Evening Democrat is. now locat
ed in' its new building, 71-73 Grand
street, first door from Bank street.
The county commissioners will be
at the court house to-morrow and Fri
day to receive money for licenses is
sued. The case of Nicola Calabrese vs Con
tractor McManns for $500. damages
was still hefore the district court to
day. This makes the third day of
lr C. Art Ward has bought the
house No 42 North Willow street and
will utilize it as a Keeley cure institu
tion. The house was owned by Judge
E. F. Cole. ,
Mr Minnigh, the guide, will graphi
cally portray, the, movements of the
two great armies at Gettysburg, and
the story of General Lee's invasion, at
City, hall next Monday and Tuesday
evenings. The three days' fighting aud
the subsequent retreat of the Confed
erates across the Potomac becomes a
very vivid tiling under his recital.
From the first until the closing chapter
at the "Bloody Angle," where Picket
struck the Union line, the story is one
of the deepest interest.
The Italian United societies held an
important business meeting last Sun
day in G. A. K, hall, electing the fol
lowing new officers for the ensuing
term: President. Salyatorei'dt TJapbli;
vice-president, Rocco,'. PieiiillO, ..secre
tary, Andrea " Canarafi; ' treasure,
Rocco Lucca; trnsroe?, 'G.erardo'.Maii
eini, Nicola Calangelo, anitl jujcj'ele jjft
Napoli; advisors, P'asq'uale De dreg
ario, (Jinseppe Simma, 2nd, Antonio di
Napoli, , IIocco Labia, Paolo Simma;'
flag bearers, Filomeno Perararo, Vin
cenzo Pshuandria: substitutes, Vito
Dondo Lavalla, Antonio Sabia.
The residents of Oakville celebrated
the completion of the trolley line to
that place last night by a dance aud
reception in the vacant pin shop build
ing. Supper was served in one of the
large side rooms. It was the inten
tion of the committee to have a dis
play of fireworks, but the weather
was not just right for it, and this part
of the program was abandoned.
Crowds of people went up there from
all parts of the city, so that it might
be said that Oakville never before en
tertained so many visitors on the same
Mrs Gerou of Phoenix avenue, who
had furniture and silverware stored in
an attic in that street is now minus
all her silverware and various other
articles, some one having entered the
place and carried away almost every
thing of any value that was stored
there. While it is not known just
When the things were taken still it is
thought that they must have been car
ried away during the present week,
for they were all there a few days ago
and on one except a person well ac
quainted with the building could have
discovered them any way. They were
not mi.ssed until this morning.
Work on the big dam at the head of
Belieview lake is being rapidly xushed
to completion, though it is thought
that there will not be a chance to put
on the coping before the bad weather
comes around. It is a very line piece of
masonry work and -reflects great cred
it on the engineer aud everybody else
who has had anything to do with it.
It is 275 feet long; 35 feet above the
bed of the river and 21 feet under
ground. It is about 30 feet wide at the
base aud tapers oft until it reaches a
width of Ave feet at the top. It is
built of rough stone and cement and
aside from this it is practically the
same in appearance, though consider
ably smaller, as the dam at the Wig
wam reservoir, which is constructed
of quarried stone. The dam belongs
to the Chases and is intended to save
water there for their mills on North
The local Italians will give an en
tertainment in City hall to-morrow
night for the benefit of the Galveston
sufferers. "Lazzaro II Mandriauo," a
historical drama in one prologue and
three acts by Bonchardy, will lie
staged with this cast: L. Cipriano, S.
Ricciardi, Emma Yivanti, P. A. Laur
ino, L. D. Ambrosio, V. Guarani. M.
Tessitore and N. Jamel. The scene is
laid in Florence. Louis Bertoli is di
rector and Joseph Bauby. manager.
The committee is composed of A. T.
D'Audrea. M. D.'Ambrosio, E. Quan
drini, N. Carosillo, C. Martone. P. Bau
by, Julius .Tanetta, S. Chiaranionte and
G. Sautulli. There will be a cake
walk, athletic games, juggling and
singing by American gjrls at intervals,
with the latest English songs. This is
a work of charity and those having it
in hand deserve to be encouraged, and
it is hoped that they -will have a full
The many friends of Donato Meo
enter a general denial to the story that
he attacked the Irish people Jn' his
address at City hall during the, cam
paign just closed." ' They claim', he , was
misrepresented and that what he did
say was twisted and turned to suit
the writer's convenience or ideas.
George Francolini, the Italian inter
preter, was a caller at the Democrat
office to-day and he claimed that Meo
had lost a good share of his business
because of the reports printed about
him and he said it was not right or
just. He was present at that meeting
himself and so were many others of
his friends and they all say that Meo
did not use the expressions attributed
to him. They claim that what he did
say, perhaps not expressed in the best
of English, was that the Italians
should emulate the Irish in politics.
Mr. Francolini is orgapizing.a. demo-;
cratic club and he claims that he has
no interest in Meo further than that
he would like to see hini righted as to
the remarks made by him.
Mrs Patrick Crowley, an old and re
spected resident of this place, died at
her'hoineOn Pearl street a few min
utes before G o'clock, Monday evening.
For the past four weeks she has been
afflicted with a complication of dis
eases, but it was not until Sunday
night that she became confined to her
bead. She was married forty-five
years ago, coming to Seymour at that
tinme. She was born in Ireland and
when a girl of about eighteen years
came with her family to this country.
Her maiden name "was Julia McCar
thy. During, her extended residence
here she became connected with St
Augustine's church, among the mem
bers of which she was an earnest and
faithful worker. However, the "past
few years her advanced age had com
pelled her to abandon In part this en
thusiastic work. She r leaves a hus,
band, Patrick Crowley; five daughters
and two sons, namely, Mrs John Rear
don, of Bishop street "Waterbury; Mrs
Mary Regan and the Misses Fanny",
Julia and Nellie Crowley and Dennis
tid Patrick, Jr, of tbis place Ansonia
Prof Wilder of Newark,' N. -J., will
letcure at the Friendly league hall to
morrow evening on China--and the
Chinese, under the auspices of trie w a
terbury Scientific society. He will tell
some interesting nistory or. tne ceies
tials. ' . -
The board of selectmen . has petl
tioned. the probate court for the com
mittal of Edward King, aged in years.
to the insane asvlum. King's parents-
live at 159, Farm street. Some time
ago he was ill with typhoid fever,
which deranged his mind. Previous
to that time he was an unusually
bright boy for his age. t
To-night at the Salvation army hall
corner of Grand aud Bank streets, a
special meeting will be conducted by
Captain and Mrs Shearer, the officers
in charge of the Ansonia corps, who
will make their first visit to.W aterbury.
Among the special features of the
evening will be the captain s solo, with
concertina accompaniment. Admis
sion will be free, and all are invited,
rain or shine, to this meeting, which
will commence at 8 p. m.
William Daly of 104 Railroad Hill
street received a letter yesterday morn
ing from Peter Kenny, the young man
whom it was reported yesterday was
killed in the Philippine Islands. The
letter vras written October 12. In his
note he speaks of a Mr Madden, who
he says was reported killed in the Wa
terbury papers, but which is false, he
says. Mr Daly is Kenny's cousin, and
called in to see if anything could be
told him regarding the item. He
thinks Jt is untrue. .
The antif-ai muster af dpniigeaiofeof
Companies" A and G toolplaceat the
armory last night. Everything was
found in a moat satisfactory condition.
Company G's roll calls for sixty-seven
men, sixty-three of whom were pres
ent. . There are sixty-one men on Com
pany A's roll and fifty-seven Of them
showed up last night. Mayor Wil
liam H. Marigold of Bridgeport was
tlie inspecting tifficer, instead of Col
onel Wade, as announced some time
A G-foot EXTENSION DINING
TABLE, golden oak finish,
handsome design, D1 EZ(
LEATHER SEAT DINING
CHAIRS in golden oak, nicely.
A handsome lot in golden oak,
richly polished, at
Dozens of styles to select from.
Carpets, Rugs, Linoleums, Oil
Cloths, Mattings and full line
of Interior Decorations.
THE L. F. HAASE CO
27-29 CENTER ST.
THE LEADING DECORATORS OF,
THE NAUGATUCK VALLEY.
The entire Building. Six floors.
loo a lib.
3 libs 25c.
n r, JS J i "'
li f. r : j
( 't. fi i
Cor Union and South Main Sts.
You Live In Your
LONGER THAN ANY OTHER
flace. " . . " : .
Hence it is very important that
.your shoes should be as near
perfect as possible. No novice
can fit a shoe properly. We
T have given it years of study and
we believe we can fit you better
A and give you better shoes for
your money than you ; usually
' " get. . .- - ;: -.- - "'.J
For the Men H
we have a Shoe called the Whirl
of the Town at $3.50 that is a
dandy,' and for the . -
one called the Society, at $3,
hand sewed, which for stylo and
" workmanship cannot be beat.
- No trouble to snow goods but
will ua pleased to, at
SH O B S
it Excharfe Place
HATS ;. . .
ARE RECEIVING SPECIAL AT
TENTION THE PRESENT
WEEK. AND THE DISPLAY IN
THIS DEPARTMENT EXCELS
THAT SEEN AT ANY PREVI
OUS PERIOD. "IT IS AN ES-
PECIALLY GOOD TIME TO
The Jons' continued "warth ..weather
compelled aiumjfieuii'ern to unload
their stocks. VMnstbe reduced, no mat
ter at what prlA.vi ,
We have raloetnadvantage of their
condition and bought largely at about
half the usual prices. Enthusiasm
runs high among our customers and
they declare these garments to be the
best value they haxo ever known.
Electric and Near Seal Coats, fine
quality, handsomely lined, fit and qual
FUR NECK SCARFS AND COLLAR
ETTES. In Marten. Electric Seal. Stone Mar
ten, Mink, Thibet, Persian Lamb and
Astrachan, all at very low prices.
Astonishing values in
LADIES' FLANNELETTE GAR
We are doing a large business in
these goods, every day finds this de
partment busy, and for a few days we
will otter some remarkable induce
PHENOMENAL RUG BARGAINS.
Hundreds of families are adding
new touches of beauty to their homes,
preparing for holiday festivities. Our
Rug gales are numerous beyond all
former seasons, for nothing is more
useful or so decorative as si handsome
rug, and never before have we been
able to sell them at present prices. 1
153 s. main sr.
FOR FRIDAY. SATURDAY AND
You can have them at the following
prices. 25 per cent discount on all R.
& G. Corsets: -
At 27c Extra Good Corset, well made
and perfect fitting. This is the
At 39c You can have all kinds of 50c
Corsets. It. & G. make, "Vigi
lant," Nursing and Fancy Cor
sets, in 5 different styles.
At 50c Pink, White nnd Blue French
Corsets, just as good a Corset
as the leading $1.00.
Cuticura Soap, 19c a cr.ke.
demands long 'and
late hours. This
the normal vitality of the functions of
the eyes and causes a weakness which
must be stimulated. Glasses if right
ly fitted and put on in time will do
this for us and often add a charm, as
well as a preventative of serious com
plications. Free examination at
S7 Bank Street, Waterbury, Conn.
By Us, ,:
School; Tablets'. ' '. bargain ciay ic..
School Tahlets, from 5c. Bargain day
Exercise Books, tfroin 10c. Bargain
. day 5c.
Hooks and Eyes, per card. Bargain
Writing Paper and Envelopes. Bar
gain day 5c.
Velvet Grip Hose Supporters. Bar
gain day 10c.
Gilt Belts, from 25c. Bargain day 20c
German Knitting Yarn, from 29c. 21c
2G-inch Umbrellas, steel rod and par
agon frame; extra quality, from
75c. At 47c.
I lot of Ladies' Rubbers, sizes 2V2 to
Children's neavy Ribbed Hose, value
19c. At 12c. .
Gents' Camel's Hair Socks, from 19c.
Ladies' Fine Cashmere Hose, from 39c
Boys' Heavy Ribbed Stockings, from
10c. At 5c.
Children's Camel's Hair Underwear
1G size. 10c.
Boys' Heavy Fleeced Lined Under
wear, from 39c. Bargain day 25c
Men's Heavy Fleeced Lined Under
wear, from 50c. Bargain day 39c
Gents' Camel's Hair Shirts and
Ladies' Heavy Ribbed Fleeced Lined
Vests and Pants; value 39c. Bar
gain day 25c.
We carry a full line of Ruth's, Nor
folk and New Brunswick goods. A
full line of Combination Suits.
Heavy Bleached Muslin. Bargain day
4-4 Bleached Muslin, from 9c. Bar
gain day Gc.
9-4 Bleached and Brown Sheeting.
Bargain day 15c.
9-4 Bleached Boston Sheeting. Bar
gain day 22Vc.
Heavy Striped Ticking, from 10c. Sc.
Extra Heavy Ticking, from 20c. Bar
gain day 15c.
1 case of Colored Outing Flannel. Bar
gain day 5c.
Heavy Cream Domet Flannel. Bar
gain day 4c.
Double Fleeced Shaker Flannel. Bar
11-4 White and Grey Blankets. Bar
gain day 59c.
11-4 Heavy Wool Blankets, from 0.50.
SlxOO Heavy Brown Sheets, from 50c.
Bleached Pillow Slips, from 12c. Tc.
Ladies' Heavy Percale House Wrap
pers, braid and flounce trimmed,
from $1. At 75c.
Ladies' Heavy Fleeced Lined Cash
mere Tea Gowns, fitted linings,
and flounce trimmed, from $1.25.
Ladies'" Tlaid Back Walking Ski-its, in
blue, black and Oxford. $1,79. - "
Ladies' Fme ' All Wool Venetian and
Broadcloth Suits, from $10. $9.50.
50c Corsets.-, Bargain day' 33c.
iuc French Woven Corsets. Bargain
P. N.. R. ''& G. and W. B. Corsets; reg
ular price $1.50. At 75c
Our $1 Ladies' Kid Gloves, perfect
fitting aud first class in every re
spect, with self and braid trim
Kid Patent Tip Button or
lacei sizes 3 to 6. Bargain day 25c.
Children's Shoes, heavy kid and box
. calf, patent or stock tips, heavy
j -".soles and excellent school shoe.
Bargain day -55c. . .
Misses' Genuine Dongola, Kid and Eox
(Calf Shoes, medium and heavy
. soles, made especially for school
wear. Bargain day 9Sc. "
Women's Dongola and Balkan Kid
Shoes, patent tip' lace or button,
extensiou welt soles. Bargain
. day 9S ,. . -
Boys' and Youths' Heavy Calf Shoes
1 " for school wear. Bargain day 98c
Men's Heavy Calf Shoes, plain and
- . cap toes, every pair warranted;
; leather soles and cfiunters. Bar
. gain day $L - - x - -
jraW SHOPPING MART. " -
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142-1 4414G-14S . SOUTH MAIN ',ST.
Opposite Scovlll Street
Opposite .Waterburjr National Baj
wW&k'fmd. Stteet to Streeij irFaiiSSst
Us Talk" fr;.-
1 fejagh' i-zm
the:r way mtq our Boys' fancy Shirts as well. For Boys
rrom io to 16 years, which means shirt size from 12 to 14
inches, we have such a collection as is only possible where
boys wants are looked after as carefully as men's Shirts with
light and dark stripes and checks to be worn with white col
lar and some with two extra collars to match, prices coc "sc
and $1.00, '
JONES, M0EGAN & GO.
14 to 19 Years.
A Few Choice Pickings For
JONES, MOKGAN & 00.
A Pleasing Reflection
Electric Lights and Combina
naticn Shades and Fixtures.
For Residences, Offices and Stores.
Electric Light, Bell and Telephone"
Dynamos and Motors
Electric Supplies of Every Description.
.Wholesale and Retail.
Tlie New England Engineering Co,
13S Grand Street.
In You Going To Bay a New Range ?
If so It will pay you to look at our
Do vou want a STEAM BOILER.
HOT WATER HEATER: If so, in
jjuire about the Winchester.
P, H, GARR1TY,
221 BANK STREET.
' Telephone, 103-4.
The best, selected stock kept in any
one house in Connecticut, Prices the
lowest and ; terms most liberal.
Prompt attention day or night by prac
tical men. , First oiass Hearses, one In
black and One in white. - Rubber tired
Hacks. A first class Rubber Tired
Ambulance on call. Calls answered
by Thomas F. Bergin, 75 South Elm,
and J. "J. Bergin. 275 South 'Main street,
or at residnece 102 ! Walnut street.
Store corner. Scovlll and South Main
streets. Telephone at 'store and resi
dence ' "' . - ; .
To you about our boys'
fancy Shirts, for we have
such a line as will stand
all the praise it is possi-
Die to convey in printers
ink. All the good fea
tures all the tellinqr
points that have made
lour Mens Fancy Shirts
! the most desirable to
I sood dressers have found
About one dozen different
lines among our Young Men's
Suits, have simmered down
to one suit of each line. We
call these odd suits one of
a kind and this is the way
we sell them.
Some were $i.oo, $14.00
and $13.0 but they're now
Is a pretty thought. To see prettiness
not in thought, but in reality, just
glance at our
Fresh as morning air, varied as the
notes of the birds, comprehensive as
an unabridged dictionary and tempting
as a promised pleasure.
We cover the field as completely as
the grass does a meadow, and the beau
ty of the goods extends to the prices. '
18 k Wedding Ring
Family leaving city must
sell their new upright Mahog
any Piano. First-class maker.
Any reasonable offer accepted.
Address Opportunity Demo
To sell the fastest selling house
hold necessity ever offered. Can.
make $"3.00 a day. Call at Allen's,
30 North Main St., Room 5.
Years ago the writer remembers dis
covering sometning iu uie oiu gan
looked like a spider, with two short
handles and a close fitting cover.
Grandmother solved . the riddle. In
olden times before starting on a cold
sleigh ride this "warming pan" was
filled with live coals and placed in
the bottom of the sleigh. At church,
too, each pew would have one or more.
Then you should see the soapstones,
big and little all to keep warm.
Dodge has no warming pansbut he is
to beat the band. Lace and Button,
plain and patent tip Shoes. Fur Top
and Plain Slippers, advance lots of
Christmas NulKflers, in variety of
styles-uO to ?1.50.
. 84-S6 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Bank St. Stairway in U. S. & Co'a, -
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