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Week by week, and month by month, the year 1901 will pass on and will go down In history as one of the years gone by. Well, each year always brings many changes, and during let us keep tabs on the changes that will take place. . Consolidation of town and city will in all probability be one of the changes, but it won't be o until there has been a hard fought battle; and that's the kind of fighting the lawyers like, because there's lots of money on both sides, and the people who are spending the money don't care a rap because their own pockets won't suffer an iota. Well, if the city and town is made one-, just keep your eye on how many new offices will be created. Then figure up the payroll aud see where the taxpayers "come Jn." Of course there will be other changes. such as taking the say as to whom the board of education will be, nut of the voters' hands, how many new "parks" we'll have, and a whole lot other changes: but there is one thins that will not change; that's the quality of Tea aud Coffee we sell. We intend to see that the quality will be as it always has been "none bet ter" for the price you pay. Every ounce warranted extra fine or money back at PHELAN'S 1 ' STORE 11 Ercadway, Tel Call 169-2 Two Things That Will Please : the Boys at Prices That Will Please Ion. MAKE THE BOYS 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 Cbrist mas.hence this 25 per cent cut in price. Among the lot you'll find upright engines, hoisting en gines aud steamboats, about six dozen in all. See the samples in our south window. SLEDS AT CUT PRICES. just because nature hasn't 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 will last tor one week only. P. J. BOLAN, 90-93 Bank Street. I "The Shop" Cleaning Up of Odds and Ends. LACE CURTAINS. One and two-pair lots of Ruffled Muslin Curtains, Ruffled Bobinet Cur tains, Irish Point Curtains, Brussels Net Curtains, etc. M AT ABOUT HALF PRICE. Sour inspection invited, ' ! Lapalme-Hoffman Co V Painters Furnishers Decorators. 158-1G0 GRAND STREET The Proper Article. ' Those who are properly prepared for be start are never at a disadvantage. ; You'll enjoy Toilet Correctness If youxre supplied with Nugent's Toilet Articles. Here are the best preparations for fettlng the skin in proper shape and eeping It so. . LotiorM, Powders, Puffs, Toilet Wa fers, Soaps You'll lind the best here. MJGENT'S PHARMACY WEST THE OPTICIAN. " 140 BANK. . f, '- MIRING UMt the holiday rush Is .over i t a position to do all kinds of V CLOCK AM) JEWELRY ;x. ,1 engraving in a flrst-class VTfl V j . ; CITY NEWS. . The aldermen will meet to-night at S o'clock. Undertaking promptly attended to at Moriarty's. - y The board of education will meet to morrow night at 8 o'clock. ' ' Two dollars' worth of merchandise for every aoliar expended in our great clearance saie. Aioriarty's vvateruury i' uimtuie Co. .. The class in physical culture of the Catholic Women's association will meet this evening, and every member is expected to be on hand promptly. Samuel Wheeler of Union street and Miss Julia Dermody of Hayden street were-married this morning at the Immaculate Conception church by the Rev Father Sloeum. James F. Flannagan, nephew of Mr and Mrs Richard Mulc-ahy of 37 Kings bury street, k-ft to-day for Mount St Mary's college, Baltimore, Md. Mr Flannagan is a student of theology. St John's church, which has under gone a thorough renovation, was re dedicated yesterday morning. Bishop Brewster officiating, assisted by the Kev Dr Rowland and the Rev Mr Lew is. The attendance was very large. Barcelona council. No 42, Knights of Columbus, will hold an Important meeting in Foresters hall. Bank street, to-night. As business of interest to every member will come before the meeting, a large attendance is request ed. Thomas O'Connor of River street caught his thumb between a truck aud a folding door Saturday afternoon at Benedict & Burnham's, smashing it so badly that it was found necessary to amputate the member at the first joint. The operation was performed by Dr Bwyer. The board of relief met this morn ing and organized, with the election of John J. Siefen as chairman and I. A. Spencer clerk. John F. Garren is the other member of the board. After the election of officers the statements from people who feel that the asses sors listed their property at too high a figure were heard by the board. The names of all applications will be tak-v en down and then the board will visit the places and pass upon them. The Cheshire Military academy has accepted the invitation to join the Trinity college Interscholastic Foot ball league, Wesleyan academy and Taft's school have yet to be heard from. Meriden High will decide about the middle of tills month. It is pre sumed from this that Yale is looking into the condition of affairs in her league. It is very probable that if Meriden High decides to join the Trinity league, the present Yale league will break up. Meriden Journal. Joseph A. Kilbride, aged 20 years, died last evening at the residence of his mother. Mrs Eliza Kilbride, 2S Mattatuek street. Besides his mother he leaves three sisters and two brothers. Mrs James Smith and the Misses Margaret and Elizabeth Kil bride, and John and Joseph Kilbride. The deceased was a member of the High school class of '99 and for some time past had been attending Monroe's Business college. He was a ripe scholar and an extremely popular young man. The funeral will take place to-morrow morniug at S:30 o'clock with a mass of requiem at the Immaculate Conception church and in terment in St Joseph's cemetery. Wadhams post. G. A. R., held a meeting Saturday night and installed the following officers: Commander. 1. A. Spencer; senior vice-commander, John Egan: junior vice-commander, Moses Hallas; adjutant. George . Ij. Piatt; quartermaster, Henry F. Cas well; surgeon, Andrew Winter; Chap lalu. George Tuttle; officer of the day, Levi Tillotson officer of the guard, B. F. Merrill; sergeant, Major William Tyso: quartermaster-sergeant, John Higgins. Among the visitors present was Department Commander J. K. Bucklyn. of Mystic; Junior Vice-Commander Henry Jones of New Hartford; also delegates from Thomaston and Naugatuek. After the meeting a ban cuet was served. Five Drawer Chiffoniers, $3.40, dur ing our clearance sale. Moriarty's. There was a collision between two milk wagons at Union square yester day morning, which resulted in the spilling of several quarts of milk and came mighty near being the cause of serious injury to the owner of one of the teams, Andrew A. Norton, who received a bad shaking up and had to be assisted into the residence of Pat rick Iteilly, where he remained until he recovered from th effects of the shock. Th other team, owned by C. CV Atwood, ran away on Franklin street and rushed Into Union square just In time to collide with the Norton wagon. Both teams were - badly wrecked and several families must have been obliged to get along without milk for the day. or nnrchase the ar ticle from other dealers. - 4 - luuivr .u.uu.v-u from New hiiiven ami lias uwu i"en luucn Cife ueuce in w averuury mat t'jie ouiceis ui me secouu icsmieiit m tins cny were wavering in their support of ex- uiwucl cvi.ttil vl :tcw ixuvcu lor me cieneicy or Hie hecouu esiuituf. '.mat rumor lias no tounuatiou wiiat soever. A prominent ouicer loemud Hunt here in mis cny siaceu empnaiic cany to-aay timt we local omccrs, to a man would support Coionei cananan ana what is more cms omcer mummed tnat tne late colonel ot the ssecoutl regiment would De elected to tue po sition ' from wnicn he had resigned. This, of course, will all depend on Colonel Caiiauan himself. It he' ae ciues to run . for the position there is no doubt of his election and It Is the wish of the local omcers tnat he wnl inaKe such a decision. If he does he will have the solid support of Water- bury. ;." : Father Curtln read his annual re port at the last mass yesterday, show, lng receipts during the year amounting to $10,271.74. : The total expenses net ted $4,439.10. This includes $l,5uO paid for land on Washington street, di rectly east of the school property. The report showed that there are 640 fam ilies In the parish, -with a population of $3,200, 1.&30 over 10 years of age, aud 1,370 minors. Daring ' the year there were 145 baptisms and 11 mar riages. The receipts over and above current expenses, added to the balance on hand from last year, make the sum total in the treasury close onto $30,000, Considering that the parish baa been formed but Ave years, and that no one gives much towards the collections and some contributed nothing, this is an excellent .showing, and Father Curtln lias Just reason to feel proud of It. All the chttrch property is paid for and when the parish decides to put Up a larger buildings something that will' f - t tm Q0V1&9 pastor trill -r - '- - " C.'.W. A. MEETING. ' f A Full Attendance Is Desired At To Night's Meeting. ' The regular monthly meeting of the Catholic Women's association wfll.be held this evening, and the officers are very desirous that every member who 'has the interests of the association at heart will be present. The affairs of the association are in a very prosper ous condition at present, and plans and class work for the coming year will bo discussed to-night. An entertain ment will probably be given in the near future, and therefore all interest ed are earnestly requested to attend to-night's meeting as it will be one of the most important of the whole year. YACHTING SCHOOL SHIP. To Be. Fitted Out for the Instruction of Those Who Want It. New York, Jan 7. Representative members of the New York, Larehmont, Seawanhaka and other yacht .clubs have induced the management of the New York Nautical college to fit out for a summer coasting cruise a suit able vessel on which can be given prac tical instruction in seamanship and navigation. The vessel will be in command of Captain Howard Patter son, and Captain Peter P. Netland will be the executive officer. The idea is to arrange an itinerary and to outline the courses of study and lectures required by members of rec ognized yacht clubs and their sons of suitable "age. A regular crew will be carried to do the ship's work, but les son hours are to be observed for sea manship in all its branches and the daily practice working of the latter. It is purposed to cruise from New York to the eastward, putting' in at Larehmont. Oyster Bay. New London, Newport, New' Bedford, Boston, Ports mouth. Mount Desert, and possibly Halifax. Then the vessel will return to New York, touching at the same ports. GENUINE VALUES Axminster and Savonnerie Carpets, one and two room lots, with and with out border, light color, real value $1.25 and $1.50, to close 75c yd Body Brussel Remnants, with bor der, enough for one room, value $1.23 per yara, to ciose 85c yd Carpet Rug3 with fringe at 50c, 73c and $1 each. Carpet Size Body Brussel Rugs 9 feet 9 inches x 12 feet, $22. 7 feet inches x 10 feet 0 inches, $10.50. THE L. F. HAASE CO 27-29 CENTER ST. THE LEADING DECORATORS OP. THE NAUGATUCK VALLEY. The entire Building. Six floors. Castle'sMarket Strictly Fresh Eggs, per dozen 22c Litchfield Co. Butter in 1 lb Prints, 5 lb for $1,00, 3 .Cans Tomatoes, Corn or Peas, solid pack 25c. . Money saved by dealing with CASTLE Cor, Union and South Main Sis. Prepare For the Hew Year, Start in with a pair of our high grade shoes and see how long they will last, how easy they will be, and' how well they will look. We can give you more style, vand comfort, and dura bility for your money than any other shoe dealer in town. - 25 per cent off on all our Men's Russet Goods. .. J- is a.- IFJIN, Trimmed Hats . . w-AT V - - 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 offering, 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. a a o mi January Clearing Sale All Wobl Dress Goods at less than cost of production. These goods are all of this season, and 25 to 40 per cent loss than usual price asked. It is utterly impossible to do tbem jus tice in print, so come -and look thorn over. Display in south window. At 23c Double fold all wool Home spun, value '30c. At 49c 25 pieces French and American Dress Goods in Plaids, Ila;n and Fancies, nothing in the lot worth less than 75c, many $1. At 23c Black all woo French Bro cade, value 30c. At 49c 30-Snch All Wool Cheviot, was 7;)C. At 59c 34-ineh all wool French Chev ron, was $1. At 2"c 10 pieces all weel Tricot Flan nel in hisru colors for Waists, was 39c. At 73c French Broadcloth in all col ors, was $1.25. At 9c 25 pieces fancy Plaids for children's dresses, value 13c. A BARGAIN IX SHEETS. 500 ready made Sheets, made for the U. S. government, but not accepted by thoni. , At 25c 100 Sheets in 5-4. C-l and 7-4 widths, regular value S3c 1o 45c. At 33c 300 Sheets. 8-4 width. Tarious lengths, the regular value 5uc. At 39c 100 Sheets, 9-4 width, various lengths, regular value U2Vc. A. MAILHIOT, 153 S. MAIN ST. CLOSING OUT OUR Winter Ladies Shirt Waists. Now is your chance to buy from a large -assortment -a good winter Shirt Waist at almost half price. At 25c each A Frill Outing Waist, very well made and lined yoke; the 50c and C9e quality. , At 39c each The latest style, imi tation of French Flannel, hi all colors and designs, value from 50c to 75e. All our ifl to $2 Waists marked down as above at almost half price. Come in aud judge for yourself. Optician PEOE COULTER Specialist. Reading Glass es make read ing more enjoyable, being easier and restful to your eyes, both in a hand glass and spectacles. The only way to realize their great help and comfort is to have your eyes properly examined and all conditions litted; then you will receive proper relief. We charge only for glasses. 87 BANK ST., WATERBURY, CONN. This s AH Grades of Sugar Drop loc Per Hundred To-Day ' -.- . Washburn, .Crosby Co's Gold Medal Flour $4,85 if You Will Give my Man an Empty Barrel 11 a t i c 3 TfleiiuGr&iWuOf oodoe o hsoo O OCHKKJ iTliellWPecUol 5 a Rooster Say CONLON BROSi NEW ' SHOPPING MART. 142-148 South Main Street. '- Three Days Offering of ll!i!llll!ll!l!l!l!!!!illll!iil!lil!l!!!l!i!l!l!l!!Hi!!!!!l! lilHIilillllillHHilhllHIlllillili!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!):, In plain ar.d fancies, comprising ail the la'.set shades Cream, Blues, Fijiks, Kose rink, Old Itose, Light Electric, Cadet and Navy Bine, Cardinal, Gar net and Blacks, in combina tions and plain, all at one price, 47c THE SUCCESS OP OUR REM NANT SALE OF LAST WEEK IM PELS US TO AGAIN OFFER YOU THIS WEEK A REPETITION. ALL DRESS GOODS REMNANTS, AT HALF OFF USUAL PRICES FOR THREE DAYS. Fine German Henriettas, in all shades and black, from 39c, 3 days 23c 44-iuch Surah Serge in reds, greens, blues, browns and blacks, from 39c, 3 days 47c Rich lustrous Black Mohair, full 44 inches wide, value 75c, 3 days 47c 50-ineh all wool Pebble Cheviots, from $1, 3 days C2c 40-inch all wool Storm Serge, from 75c, 3 days 47c 50 imported French Novelty Dress Patterns, from $1 to S, ' days 54.79 Blankets AND Comfortables. Full size heavy , sateen fortables, for 3 days Corn- 9Sc Full size durable Robe Saieen Comfortables from $1.50, 3 days Fine Sateen Comfortables, fan cy quilted, white cotton filled, from $1.89, 3 days. Fine Sateen Comfortables, pat tern selected, write cottou filled, worth $2.50, 3 days Extra fine Sateen Comfortables, white cottou tilled, worth $3.50, 3 days Extra large 90x90, pattern se lected, Oomfoortables, from $3, S days $1.23 $1.47 ?1.GS ?2.G9 ?2,47 Blankets, Large 10-4 Fleece Blankets, for 3 days 59c Heavy fleece lined Blankc,ts, from $1, 3 days - - 75c 11-4 heavy fleece Blankets, from $1.75, for 3 days 51.39 11-4 Extra heavy Blankets, for merly if 2.50, for 3 days ' $1.98 10-Bfankets, from $3.25, days for 3 .$2.47 11-4 all wool Blankets, the $5 kind, special for 3 rays . 11-4 fine California wool Blank etSj formerly $G, 3 days $3.9S $4.50 COMLQN BROS. NEW SHOPPING MART. 142-14414C-143 SOUTH MAIN ' ST, Opposite Scovlll Street, v. Opposite .waterbnrx . National Bank. French Flannels - BNrKAiNie: . 97-UJ BiKStrJit From Street the $28 and $30 kind and yet every one that chooses picks a bargain. But all these "good things" are -.not. confined to our men's department for our Boys . Store contains many excellent values. ' -' $2.50 and $3 Suits and Reefers now $1.87. $3.50 and $3.98 Suits and Reefers now $2.87. $4.50 tO $5.98 Suits, 0?ercoats and Reefers now $3.87. $6.50 to $7.50 Suits, OYcrcoats and Reefers $5. JONES, MORGAN & GO. Boys Suits, 3 to 16 Years. $?.?6 SUITS to $5.00. 5.OO " " 3. jo. 9. SO " " .2. JO. . 3.OO " " 2.00. Boys Reefers, 3 to 16 Years. $7-50 REEFERS to $6.00. J.00 " " Mo. 3-S0 " " 2.5Q. $5.00 OVERCOATS $3.7?. 7-oo " j.oo. JONES, MOKGAN & 00. .A' s ' i ljKrjV7Tn74iflnveutolv -V0U fiud man-v usefuI irVwo 'U M2CESS1TIES at prices that make them REAL BAR- This is our house cleaning fim e and it will pay you to call an'd see what a small amount of money will buy. . . EVERYTHING FOR HOUSEKEEPING. - Furniture, Carpets, Crockery, Stoves, Ranges, Lamps, Clocks, Pictures, Easels, Mirrors Rugs, Portieres, Lace Curtains etc I See our line of Go-Carts and Fur Robes. V UNDERTAKING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. Night Call District Office, No 5 East Main Street. Telephone COo-3. Boston Furniture Co Ill SOUTH CASH OR CREDIT. NOTICE. The Board of Relief or tlio Town or Wateihury will in?et Monday, Janu ary 7th. at o'clock a. m., in their room. City hall, for the purpose of hearing appeals from doiugs 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. 12-2S-10 Are You Going To Buy a New fianga If so it will pay yon' to look at our 'STAMFORD Do tou want a STEAM, BOILER. HOT WATER HEATER? if So, in quire about the Winchester. P, H, GARRITY, 221 BANK STREET. Telephone. 103-4. ML Ber gi n & Sons UNDERTAKERS,' The best selected stock kept In any one house in Connecticut. Prices the lowest and terms most ; liberal. hTrompt attention day or night by prac tical men. First class 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. Bergini 275 South Main street, or at residnece 102 . Walnut street Store corner Scovlll and South. Hals streets. Telephone at store and resi dence, 1 .' rt v- ENTKANCB: 92-35 S3 MmSt. There no "accounting tor tastes nor judge--, ment either we lay out ' r a line of Overcoats .con taining those that form erly sold from 1 to $0 and say, take your pick for $ 1 5" just as ; many choose the $18 and," $20 ones as those that' take" I 'nil IH"Fjl W This January Sale In our Boys' Store offers unlimited advantages to th& 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 and1 make this a busy month. . a- "'- MAIN STREET. WATERBURY, CONN. A Good Resolution r for the New Yea1 Will be to get rid of , all your old appli ances for lighting, and let the dawn of the new year mean : progress in your homes, offices and stores. Your safety, convenience and comfort can he ministered to by giving us your order for electric bells, tele phones, burglar alarms, office fixtures.- Ths New England Engineering Go 13S GRAND ST. In the midst of them all well buried is nigh DODGE "Next!" "Whoso turn." of it all will be a line of The result Spring Goods Which will fairly make yone V.voa Rtinlr ftntf jj i up uuva vui. But that will be in March It's winter now. . - ' ; ,. - - DODGE. 4-86 SOUTH MAIN WnX to Street niory saie. i TRUNKS, Drummers, Samples.