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1 -v 'VY? v" j , in' ' , V" - WATEBBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, SATDHDAY, JANUARY 5 19011 KCa-KsuECa ! - -. :td-a,-.3:a-:EX& I Such "was the serenade wc received tlie other evening, when a hen-pecked husband came into our store and told is tlie following sorrowful story: Vou see, my wire and I have been married quite a while, and from the very mo ment we were married my better half wouldn't ai ow me to drink tea or cof fee, because they are detrimental, (.in fact they were sure poison, aud let her tell it.) But the other evening my darling was about to make some cocoa, bromo, grain-O or some other O, when behold, there in the stuff lay quietly a well developed, beautiful cockroach. Say, she danced a jig around the kitch en to beat the band. I didu't think she could do half so well. But to come to the point, all the gold in the Klon dike or all the diamonds in South Af rica couldn't induce her to drink any more of her favorite. She began to cry and they were the first tears L saw since we were married. I ventured to say, my dear, I don t want to offend you, but I do wish you would trv some tea and coffee 3Ut once. If" you dislike it, I'll give you mv.word, I'll throw it out P. D. She let me get pound of Cream Java Coffee at 30 cents per pound, and here I am again. She like it, and to be candid, she looks .'berter, feels better and is better matured. A uy . Kov.llr ttinw her. I teil von, the cockroach commenced tlie j good work, but your Tea and Coffee ! has fin'shed it and lv-ouunt nuni'm-- into my house. Tell the people so. be cause it's as true a" 'e sun shines. Pbelan's T Store, 41 BROADWAY. TELEPHONE ICS 5 Two Things That Will Please the Boys at Prices That Will - Please loo. MAKE THE BQYS HAPPY. You can do it for just 25 per cent less than you could during the holidays. ' A complete assortment of "Weeden" Steam Engines, reached us the day after Christ mas.hence this 25 per cent euUn price. Among the lot you'll find upright engines, hoisting en ' gines and steamboats, about sis dozen in all. See the samples in our south window. SLEDS AT CUT PRICES. just because nature basnT: fa vored us with a snow storm; but there will be plenty of chance to use Sleds before the season closes. There's good choosing here now and at 25 per cent less than our regular prices should lead you' to' buy quickly. These prices w"i last for one week only. P. J. BO LAN, 90-93 Bank Straat. "The Shop ,99 Cleaning Up of Odds rnJ Ends. LACE CURTAINS. , One and two-pair lots of Ruffled Muslin Curtains, Ruffled Bobinet Cur tains, Irish Point Curtains, Brussels Net Curtains, etc. AT ABOUT HALF PRICE. Your inspection invited. The Lapalme-Hoffman Co Vainters Furnishers Decorators. . IBS-100 GRAND STREET. Irish Dulse, , DIRECT FROM IRELAND. - Corn, extra fine quality, 3 cans for 25c fTomatoes, extra fine quality, 3 cans - for 25c. Large Bottle Ammonia 5c Bluing 5c. Hasty Jellicon 10c. . Canned Soups, all varieties 10c. -Sunnyside Tomato Soup, 2 lb can 10c. -White Cherries, fin$ quality, can 15c. Ketchup, qt bottles 10c. . . Only store in the city handling Mi ser's Extra Tobasco. Penn Merchandise Co 118 EAST MAIN ST. v 'mm .: WEST THE OPTICIAN. 140 BANK. ; g WRING that the holiday rush U over -la position to do all kinds of V CLOCK AND JEWELRY ; ul Mgrarlag la a fLntt-claa city news: Chickens 9c, legs lamb 10c. Castle's market to-night. . Two dollars' worth of merchandise for every dollar expended in our great clearance sale. Moriarty's Water bury Furniture Co. . This is great weather for the ice men. A fine supply of ice is on all the ponds in or about Waterbury and the ice companies are making prepara tions to cut and store away the fine crop. - Sixty or more men are en gaged in harvesting the ice on the East Brass Mill pond. " The executive committee of the High school was at the Hign school receiv ing returns from those who had had tickets to sell for the High school concert and promenade on New Year's night. The reports received were very favorable, indicating that the affair had been a grand success socially and financially. Services at Union Rescue mission, 217 South Min street: Sunday school at 2:45; gospel temperance meeting, 4 o'clock, under the auspices of the W. C. T. V. Evening service at 7:30; short address by superintendent; sub ject, '-Unto you therefore which be lieve He is precious." I Peter, ii, 7. The Knickerbocker quartette will sing ''The Penitent's Plea." Miss Mary Elizabeth Carty, second daughter of Thomas and Maria Carty of 46 Lafayette street, received the holy habit of the Sisters of St Joseph at the convent of Mary Immaculate, Parkville, yesterday. Miss Carty, who has taken the name of Sisier Mary Mechciii'ta. was the youngest of the seven postulants and led the pro cession. Bishop Tierney, assisted by a large number of priests, performed the ceremony. There was no city court to-day. A few mornings ago a man, evidently a stranger, asked if he could sit in the citv court room until court would open. He was told h could, and he immediately sat down. After an hour or two waiting he asked when court would open and he was told that it would, perhaps, next rooming, or per haps in a week or two, for evidently the town was passing through a moral wave. Then he got mad and left. The practically unanimous vote of a Litchfield town meeting in favor of trolley connection with Torrington doesn't please the Enquirer, which de clares that most of those who voted in the affirmative were only poll tax payers and that most of the heavy taxpayers are opposed to a trolley scheme. A correspondent of the En quirer is confident that the trolley, if built, will raise the mischief with the old town and hamstring the business of the local merchants. Hartford Post. Bishop Tierney has announced the following changes : Absent on leave Tne ivev 'JLboiuas J. Maioney, Hazard ville; the ltev Richard J. Carroll, 'laiinviiie. 'JLhe Kev lliomas J. Mur ray, from Rocliville to iazardvme. Tue Rev George Sinnott, from St Mary's, Briugeport, to xariff vine. The Rev Josepn oiil, to St Maiy's, Bridge port. Tlie Rev Richard Baideck to liockville. The Rev William Judge to Kt Joseph's, Meriden. The Rev Thomas ticker to St Joseph's, New Britain. The residents of the upper portion of Brown street would like a visit from the health authorities. They claim that some people appear to be unuer the impression that that part of the street is a repository for the carcasses of domestic animals and birds. Half a dozen have been found there during the past month aud one or two were left tliere yesterday. They nave become tired of this and if tiie authorities fail to take action they will arrest the first one they catch violat ing the law iu this manner. About thirty-five couples, mostly residents of the eastern section of the city, enjoyed a skating carnival at Hitchcock's pond Thursday night. The party went in 'busses, and arrived there at 9 o'clock and after about two hours' skating repaired to Heming way hotel, where an oyster supper, furnished by Mr Hemingway, was partaken of and was thoroughly en Joyed by" all. Dancing and singing was indulged in till the small hours of the morning, when all returned home after enjoying a most pleasant time. Lallier's orchestra furnished music. The Sunday meeting for men only at Jacques Opera house at 4 o'clock ought to attract a large audience, as Major George A. Hilton, of New York, a talented and eloquent speaker, will deliver an address on the subject of "Soul Poison.'.' - These Sunday meet ings are a new movement, organised by Secretary Ross, of the Y. M. C. A., and held undeT the auspices of that institution. The meetings from the very beginning have been a great suc cess, attracting many people who do not attend church on Sunday The meetinsrs will continue at least until about the middle of March, at which time the Y. M. C. A. state convention will be held. : Martin Foley, who was yesterday removed from the almshouse to the insane asylum, was the worst patient of that kind that has been removed in some time. Foley, it is. said,' was somewhat of a pugilist, and it is sud- ' posed that his he"ad must have been hurt unknown to him some time, for in all his violence his whole care seems to be his head. When Sheriff McDonald and Constable Pryor under took to remove Foley from the cell in the almshouse yesterday they found they had undertaken a big contract. He smashed the iron handcuffs which had been slipped on . his wrists with' one blow against the iron door of his cell. The officers could not control him and It was necessary to call upon three more men. When be was com pletely exhausted another pair of hand cuffs were placed on his wrists and for a while thlnes were easy. But all the way' to the insane asylum he was very-violent. The first annual - exhibit of the Naugatuck Poultry and 'Pet Stock as sociation will open In City hall Tues day evening and promises to be one of the most successful affairs of the kind ever held in the state. Some of the birds have already arrived and by the time the exhibition opens it is ex pected that over 1,500 fowls will be on hand. ; The attractions will Include an exhibit by the Prairie State Incu bator Co of Boston,- which will hatch chickens, during the show, and some people state that the process has been perfected bo that eggs will be turned into birds while yoa wait - The ex hibit will last three days and should be seen by everybody, young and old. It win b a rreat sight for the chil dren and many old folks who, having spent all their llrec in - WaterbHry. nevr before bad an opportunity to wltaeaa anch a- variety of dncka r''v t .tffc and fowl of i . Milirtl - Five Drawer Chiffoniers. $3.40, dur ing our clearance sale. Moriarty's. Copies of the consolidation bill can be had at the office of City Clerk Ryan, City hall building. The sacred concert which was to have been given at he Jacques to morrow evening has been cancelled, consequently the house will be dark. Mrs Elizabeth Tureotte, aged 41 years, died yesterday at her home at 70 Dover street. The funeral wid take place to-morrow afternoon, with ser vice at St Ann's church and interment in Calvary cemetery. Mrs Tureotte leaves a husband, mother and three children. She was a woman of - fine character and was highly esteemed by all who'knew. her. Mrs Marie Ann Synotte, wife of Na poleon Bernier, aged 2y years, d.ed yesterday at her home, 021 North' Riv erside street. The funeral "will take place to-morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock, with service at St. Ann's church and interment in Calvary. Mrs Bernier leaves a husband, her parents and sev eral brothers and sisters. She was well known in Waterbury and will b2 missed not only by her own family, but by others who held her in high esteem for her excellent qualities of heart and mind. The greatest runaway of the season took place yesterday afternoon on North Willow street. A farmer's milk wagon and horse was the runaway and the way such things as milk bot tles, cans, eggs and other farm pro duto flew in all directions was sur prising. The wagon bounded from one side of the street to the other, present ing a fine opportunity for-the exercise of sporting blood to bet on which side the whole outfit would finally wind up. The horse turned west on one of the many streets off North Willow street and came to a full stop against a telegraph pole. The identity of the outfit was lost in the wreck, tne horse was hurt and the wagon wrecked. GENUINE VALUES Axminster and Savonnerie Carpets, one and two room lots, with and with out border, l'ght color, real value $1.25 aud 1.50, to close 75c yd Body Brussel Remnants, with bor der, enough for one room, value $1.25 per yard, to close 85c yd Carpet Rugs with fringe at 50c, 75e and $1 each. Carpet Size Body Brussel Rugs 9 feet 9 inches x 12 feet, $22. 7 feet 6 inches x 10 feet 6 inches, $16.50. THE L. F. HAASE CC 27-29 CENTETt ST. THE LEADING DECORATORS OF THE NAUGATUCK VALLEY. The entire Building. Six floors. Castle's Specials To-night. Fancy Chickens 9 and 11c lb; Legs Lamb 10c lb, Castle's Market Cor, Union and Sotli Main Sis. Prepare For the Nsw Year. Start In with a pair of our high grade shoes and see haw long they will last, how easy they will be, and how well they 'will 'look.' We can give yon more style, and comfort, : and dura bility for your money than any other shoe dealer lntown. .25 per. cent off on all our Men's Basset Goodfl.'.'.-". v. . : -s.--.ju - install, Trimmed Hats ': .' .' at Reduced Prices. - Have you visited our REDUCTION SALE.? It is not too late yet, for all the good values have not been sold. If you have the slightest doubt as to the bargains we are ottering, a glance at the prices in our Trimmed Hat De partment will dispel it, and prove to you conclusively that we are practi cally giving away Trimmed Hats. I. CHASE, , EXCHANGE PLACE. TheFvliller&Peck Special Prices For Saturday Night and Monday. At 9Se Ladies' Plaid Back Storm Skirts, were $2.50. At 1.49 Children's Eiderdown Coats, ribbon trimmed, were $2. At $3.9S Ladies'3oucle Capes, all silk lined, with silk hood, were $7.50. At 51.9S Ladies'-.. Mercerized Petti coats, were $2.50. 5c Silk Moreen, was 5Cc. 49c Odd lot Fancy Silks, for At At At At At Waists, were $1. v 3c Dark Outing Flannels, 0 cents. . y 10 c Printed Flannelettes, 12 cents. 10c Yard Wide Percales, from from from 12c. At 3c Pen and Pencil Pads, from 5c. At 5c Hamburg Edgings, value Sc. At 10c Hamburg Edgings, value 15c. 4 for 25c Swiss Embroidered Hand kerchiefs, were 10c. At 10c Fancy Back Playing Cards, were 25c. At 25c Plush and Celluloid Mirrors, were 39c. At 19c Men's Double Worsted Mitleus, were 25c. At 25c Boys' and Men's Astrachan . Gloves, value 39c. At 50c Men's Underwear, sin-jle and - double breasted camel's hair. white wools, scarlet wools and natural grey; values up to $1. At 39c Ladies' Outing Flannel Night Robes, were 59c. At 49c Ladies' Outing Flannel Night Robes, in plain pink and blue, were 7oc. 25e Children's small size Outing Flannel Night Robes, were 50c 23c Children's Outing Flannel Dresses, were 3oc. 49e Ladies' Emnire Dressing At At At Sf cones, were 75c. At 4c Fancy Sash Muslins. A. MAI LH SOT, 153 s. main sr. II CI -It is a fact, though not surprising, that our Wrappers have won an ap preciation worthy of their merit. New and accepted styles in materia cnt and fashion. Each week creates a new iuterest and demand. Every Wrapper sold brings many re turns. We will sell all our Wrappers as ad vertised Yi per cent for ten days only. 2 Optician PEOE CODLTER Specialist. Reading Glass es innta ronil- ing' more enjoyable, beinsr easier mid "restful to your eyes, both in a hand glass and spectacles. The only way to realize their great help and comfort is to have vour eves nronerlv pirniiiinpfl and all conditions fitted; then you will receive proper relief. We charge only for glasses. - g ST BANK ST., WATERBURY, CONN. This Rooster AH Grades of Sugar Drop loc Per Hundred To-Day Washburn, Crosby Co's Gold Medal Flour $4.85, if You wtu dive my Man an Empty Barrel 5S mm mm . NEW : ".'':.. .- '.' ' ,-'"' '" SHOPPING , MART. 142-148 Sooth Main Stnst. Bargains FOR NIGHT MONDAY. Fure Vaseline 3c. Lycn's Formula Tooth Powder 10c. XJressing Comb of India Rubber 4c. Curling Irons 3c. Pure Tar Soap oc. HOSIERY. Children's Medium and Wide Ribbed , Heavy Fast Black Hose, from 10c 6 cents. Boys' Fast Black Heavy Ribbed Hose, from 15e 5 for DOc. Ladies' Fast Black Hose, from 10c Tc Ladies' Fine All Wool- Hose, Ribbed Top, from 39e 23c. Ladies' Fancy Polka Dot Hose, from 19c 12Vzc. Infants' Wool nose, sizes 4 to 6 from 10c 12c. Gents' Heavy Mixed Seamless Hose, from 10c Co. Gents' Camel's Hair Hose, Saturday night 12c. UNDERWEAR Children's Camel's Hair and Heavy Ribbed Underwear, size 10c. Sat urday night 10c. Boys' Heavy Fleeced Lined Shirts and Drawers, 24 to 34. Saturday night 25 cents. Ladies' Heavy Ribbed Fleeced Lined A ests and Pants, from 30c 25c. Ladies' Fine All Wool. Camel's Hair, Natural and Combination Wool Vests and Pants, from $1.25 98c. Gents' Heavy Fleeced Lined Under wear, double breasted and double back. Saturday night 47c. Gents' Camel's Hair Underwear, strict ly all wool, sin srle or double breasted, from $1.25 75c. -SLEEPING GARMENTS. Ladies' and Missts' Heavv OutJn- Flannel Aigut Gowns. Saturday night 47c. Gent's and Boys' Outing Night Shirts. Saturday night 47c. Children's Ribbed Sleeping Garments with feet. Saturday night 23c. Children's Canton Flannel Sleeping Garments, from 50c. Saturday night 39c CORSETS. Steam Moulded Corsets, from 50c 33c. French Woven Straight Fronts, from 75e 45c. GLOVES. Ladies' Fast Black Heavy Fleeced Lined Gloves. Saturday nicbt 25c. Ladies' and Misses' Fancy All Wool Golf Gloves, from 75c and 91 47c Ladles' Fine Mochas, in several shades, from $1.25 93c. GENTS' FURNISHING. Gent's Working Handkerchiefs, 2 for 25 cents. Gents' Collars, all styles. 9c. Gents' Cuffs, per pair, 15c. Gents' Suspenders, from 25e 15c. Gents' Syispenders, from 39c and 50c 25 cents. Gents' Wovkfne Gloves and Mits. Sat urday nigjit ?"c. 5 Gents' .Tprspy S!iirts.fjvm 39e 10c. Gents' Tea,vy Ribbed Snirts, value 75c 30c. Black and Whiter Strine Shirts 25c. Gents' Fancv Fi-nnt Shirts, new pat terns, from 75c 47c. Gentv F)r.o Madras Shirts, the $1.50 kind HOc. LADIES' DRESSING SACOUES. Ladies' . Kimona Dressing Sacques, from G9c 42c. Ladies'. All Wool Eiderdown Dressing - Kaegues, from 1 G2c. HOUSE WKAPPKRS. Ladies' Fine Percale House Wrappers - in pretty designs, from $1 ioc. Ladies' Heavy Fleeced Lined Outing - Flannel House V rappers, flannel and epaulet trimmed, from $1.50 9S cents. SHOE DEPARTMENT. Children's Shoes, dougola patent tip, ' spring heel, button or lace, also patent sea cloth top shoes; value Uoc. Saturday nignt 50c. Misses' School Suoes, dongola patent tip, lace or button, also box calf, reinforced backs; regularly . sold for $1.25. - Saturday night $1. , Women's Mannish Last Shoes, heavy i soles, patent tips, button or lace, . reinforced backs, excellent 52 val ue: . Saturday night $1.25. . Boys' and Little Gents' Shoes, calf skin and heavy dongola stock, dou ble ' and single soles, reinforced '' backs, all Shoe stores sell ' the 'same Shoes for $1.25 $1.00. Men's Calf Shoes, medium soles, plain . and bull dog toes, back stays; $1.25 value. Saturday night $1.00. CONLON BROS. - : v -.-.' HEW SHOPPING MART. 142-144146-148 SOUTH MAIN. ST. " i '." .- - ' , - . -.. v Opposite ScoTlU Street telt Watertrery. KaUoaai Bank. aNrrfA.Xwti: 8MH 8m itrm FrOiTi Siraet " - way of clearing out stock the prevents such a thing as numbers" and ;his is our 28 and $30 Overcoats for W y . Coats for $!Q. Travel either Bank or South Main Streets p you'll see proof of the above statement if you observe U our' windows.' " P. - JONES, MOKGAU & Ga Boys Suits, . 3 to 16 Years. $7.6 SUITS to '$.00. 5. GO " " 3. $0. MO " " 2.50. $'00 " . 2.00. Boys Reefers 3 to 18 T ears. f 7.J0 REEFERS to $6.00." 5-00 " , " j.50. 3-SO " . " 2.5O. $5.00 OVERCOATS .7s; 7-oo " , j.oo. JONES, MOKGAN & GO. HOLIDAY SOI 68 BANK NOTICE. The Board of Relief or the Town or Waterbury will maet Monday, Janu ary 7th. at 0 o'clock a. m., in their room. City hall, for the purpose of hearing appeals from doings of the as sessors and to attend to duties pertain ing to said office. JOHN J. SIEFEN, JOHN F. GARREN, IMRI A. SPENCER, Board of Relief. 12-28-10 Are You Going To Buy a Hew. fianja ? If so it will pay you to look at our STAMFORD Do vou want a STEAM BOILER, HOT WATER HEATER? if so, in guire about the Winchester. P, H. GARRITY, 221 BANK STREET. Telephone. 103-4. HELLO! HELLO! IS THAT YOU, MR WEINSTEIN? WELL, MISS BLANK HAS JUST LEFT ME TO ORDER A SUIT OF YOU AFTER SEEING MINE. SHE IS VERY MUCH STRUCK WITH IT AND WANTS ONE TO FIT AS WELL. I TOLD HER TO SO TO THE N. Y. CLOAK CO BE SURE YOU GIVE HER AS GOOD A FIT AS YOU DID ME, FOR SHE IS VERY PARTICULAR. ALL RIGHT! WE ALWAYS GUARANTEE TO vXVE SATISFACTION. " t- ...-. F N.'Y. Cloak Mfg. Co 110 so main street: ! .... i , m " 1 snsa ENTRANCE: Here's a point worth noting We ; are offering styles ' that are up-to-date m this Uvercoat sale of ours; there's S - not a coat in . the- L sale that's a "ring-' i er" it's just be- I ''cause we have it, season we tuy it, that g the accumulation of ' "back way 1 8, 82O, $22, $2$, 1 $15, $12, Sic and $16.50 lis January Sale' In our Boys' Store offers unlimited advantages to the wise mother who appreciates values. The smart styles and perfect fitting boys' clothing that we sell is inducement enough for most mothers . surely our good clothing . at these prices ought to make a lot more boys happy and make this a busy month. RINGS... Notes of pleasant anticipation for the giver and receiver of grifts. The. exchange of presents enables friends to show their appreciation' of one another. And here are the things with which to do it. 7 LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S GOLD, GOLD FILLED AND SILVER WATCHES. DIAMONDS AND DIAMOND JEWELRY, GOLD . ANJ SILVER JL VELRY, NOVELTIES, ETC. We invite an inspection of our Holi day stock. .' JEWELRY CO., STREET. A Good Resolution 4 'JPN f or the New Year Will be to get rid of 'f$Z-all your old appli- ances for lisntinsr. and let the dawn of the new year mean, progress in your homes, offices and stores. Your safety, convenience and comfort can be ministered to by giving us your order for electric hells, tele phones, burglar alarms, office fixtures. The New England Engineering Co 138 GRAND ST. In the midst of them all well nigh buried is DO DG E "Next!" "Whose turi." The result of it all will be a line fcf t Spring Goods Which will fairly make your Eyes Stick Out! But that will be in March If a winter now. " -5.' -w south vujrZJL : Bank St. StafeC i '"V to Street TRUNKS; Drummers, Samples. DOBtBS 5 H. ,.-V".v --s r V