WAT3BRBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT. THtJItSPAY, JANUARY 17 19031
Day By Day,
Week by week, and montli by month,
the year 1WJ1 will pass on and will go
down In historv as one of the years
gone by. Well, each year always
brings many changes, and during 1901
let us keep tabs on the changes that
will take place. Consolidation ot
town and city will in all probability
be one of the changes, but it won t be
so until there has been a hard fougut
battle; and that's the kind of fighting
the lawyers like, because there s Jots
of monev on both sides, and the peopie
who are spending the money floa t
care a rap because their own P?f
won't suffer an iota. Well, if the city
and town is made one, just keep your
, eye on how many new offices ill De
created. Then figure up the P11
and see where the taxpayers come
in." Of course there will be otnei
changes, such as taking fhe say as to
h ,p,i of education will oe'
out of the voters' hands, how many
well have, ami u -
tVipre IS oiic
lot uiue' tuauj,, .!,, tlie
thing tuat win nut t-n-".--
,ioiii-ir nf Ten. ana uu-.-c
e intend to see that the quality will
as it always has been-"none bet
' for the oriee you pay. -veiy
tpr" for the oriee you
, ounce warranted extra fine or
' back at
41 Broadway, Te! Call 169-2
Two Tilings That lill Please
the Boys at Prices That Will
MAKE THE BOYS HAPPY.
You can do it for just 23 per
cent less than you could during
A complete assortment of
"Weeden" Steam Engines,
reached us the day after Christ
mas.hence this 25 per cent cut m
price. Among the lot you 11 una
upright engines, hoisting en
gines and steamboats;,' about six
dozen in all. See the samples
in our south window.
SLEDS AT CUT PRICES.
just because nature hasn't fa
vored lis with a suow storm;
but there will be plenty of
chance to use Sleds before the
season closes. There's good
choosing here now and at -j
ptr cent less than our regular
prices should lead you to buy
quickly. These prices will last
for one week only.
P. J. BOL AN,
90-93 Bank Street.
Cleaning Up of Odds and Ends.
One and two-nair lots of Ruffled
Muslin Curtains, Ruffled Bobinet Cur.
tains. Irish Point Curtains, Brussels
. Net Curtains, etc.
v . AT ABOUT HALF PRICE.
Tour inspection invited
The Lapalme-Hoffman Co
1 Painters Furnishers Decorators,
16S-1C0 GRAND STREET.
DIRECT FROM IRELAND.
Corn, extra fine quality. 3 cans for 23c
Tomatoes, extra fine quality, 3 cans
Large Bottle Ammonia 5c. ,
Hasty Jellicon 10c.
Canned Soups, all varieties 10c. -Sunnyside
Tomato Soup. 2 lb can 10c.
White Cherries, fine quality, can 15c.
-Ketchup, qt bottles 10c.
Only store In the city handling Mi
tier's Extra Tobasco.
Penn Merchandise Co
118 EAST MAIN ST.
- iNow-'that tie holiday rush la over
- We are Id a position to do all kinds of
WATCH, CLOCK AND. JEWELRY
fopairing and engraving in a nrst-eiass
. i . ..- . :
: CITY NEWS, .
St Patrick's fair-at Lyceum, January
10 to February 2. ,
Morlarty's undertaking night calls
answered at store or at District Tele
The stockholders of the Odd Fellows
building held their annual meeting last
evening and declared a dividend of G
The Prichard property at the cor
ner of Bank and Graud streets has
been -sold to J. H, Whittemore of
George E. Sellew, of the Hampson
Sellew Furniture company, Is in New
York, attending the January exhibit of
the New York furniture exposition.
"Saunterings Through the Emerald
Isle" will ' be the subject of an illus
trated lecture at the Baptist church
this evening by the pastor, Rev. Dr
The bureau of assessment met last
night and adjourned without transact
ing and business. Adjournment was
taken until Saturday evening, when
the engineer- will be present.
Annie. Ilie 2 years and 4-months-old j that The clock in the tower in Wash
child of Mr and Mrs Michael Iemyano- ! ington school was not keeping right
villi, of 210 Bishop street, died" yes- time until yesterday, when he noticed
terday. The-' funeral will take place i it himself. He said that the people in
interment in Calvary cemetery
Tlie school directory has been pub
lished. It is a small book, but is com
pact and contains a good deal of inter
esting information. It was compiled
by "the superintendent of schools and
the clerk, Mr Fitzgerald.
At the fnion Rescue mission, 217
South Main street. Parable of the
Prodigal Son will be illustrated with
stereoptieon views: also songs. Re
freshments will be served free to all
at the close of the meeting.
To-njght is the first of the series of
talks To be given at the Friendly
league this winter. Miss Mary M.
Abbott, who has the evening's enter
tainment in charge, has cliosen Long
fe'llow for her subject. Members will
be admitted by presenting their season
tickets and to the public the admission
will be 10 cents.
In a short time all the factories
about town will be provided with elec
tric lighting plants of their own. Al
ready most of tlie plants manufacture
their own electricity and the rest of
them, large and small, are preparing
to follow suit. The Waterbuiy buckle
shop is now being wired and the com
pany will attend to the making of the
electricity itself .
The appeal of Biaju Scoopiano
against Thomas Delowry in summary
process proceedings did not come be
fore the district court to-day, the
appeal having been withdrawn.
Scoopiano's store, situated on tlie cor
ner of Xorth Main street and Spencer
avenue, in Delowery's building was
attached vesterdav and the goods re
moved. This is the end of this case.
St Mary's T. A. society will cele
brate their fourth anniversary in Lea
venworth hall Friday evening, Janu
ary 18. The committee has completed
all arrangements antl a real good time
is promised to all who attend. Music
by the American band orchestra, and
Prof Pole will prompt. Refreshments
will be served by Caterer Harrington,
assisted by the ladies of the society.
Tickets are limited.
Joseph T. Kenuey, aged! 3" years,
died yesterday afternoon at his home,
14 Dublin street. Besides his widow
lie leaves two children. Florence and
Joseph, his mother, three brothers and
two sisters, William, John. Peter, Mrs
John Tobin and Mrs -Matthew Bergin.
The funeral will take place to-morrow
morning at S:"0 o'clock, with a mass
of requiem at the Sacred Heart church
and interment in St Joseph's cemetery.
Mr Kenney was a very popular young
man and his death is a great bloT, to
his family and friends.
At St Francis Xavier's church last
night one of the missionary fathers,
the Itev Father Bader, delivered a
very instructive sermon on "The Last
Judgment." The church was filled to
the doors and the speaker held the
closest attention of the congregation
to the end of his subject. Father
Cooper celebrated the early mass this
morning and preached a short sermon,
in the course ot wuicn lie touched
upon the un-Christian habit of refus
ing to speak to one's neighbor, and
warned all within his hearing to make
their peace with those whom they
have had quarrels before going to con
fession. The service will be at the
usual hour to-night, 7:30 o'clock.
The St Thomas Cadets will give the
stage entertainment on the opening
night of St Patrick's church fair, anil
a first class performance may be look
de for. John Galviu, the veteran
stage manager, has been coaching
them in several character sketches,
au3 everything points to a most suc
cessful Commencement of the fair. On
Mondav night the young ladies from
Notre Dame convent will provide the
entertainment, presenting an entirely
new operetta. Tlie decorators are
busily engaged at the Lyceum, and
the articles to be canvassed on are
being arranged in the various booths.
Everybody , in tlie parish is working
hard to make the lair a grand sue
Chief Snagg has vacated his office in
the City hall building and taken up
permanent quarters at the Leaven
worth street engine house. This will
give the cltv a chance to fit up an
office there for, the comptroller, where
he can perform his work without hav
ing to come in contact with the large
number of people who have occasion
to call at the city clerk's office. Who
will be the comptroller's assistant?
That's something quite a good many
would liketo know. Some say the
position will go to John Howard, at
present and for some time past an em
ploye of the water department. If
this be true' then who'll succeed Mr
Hnwatii as clerk in the bureau of
water? No one seems to know any
thing about these matters, though till
appear to feel satisfied that the whole
thing .will soon De pupuc property.
The. state law In reference to the
sale of milk will go into effect in Wa
terbury to-morrow, and after that
elate persons convicted of selling milk
in the city without having first regis
tered at the city clerk's office will be
fined as per statute. It costs the deal
ers, nothing, so that they cannot kick
about the dollar license this time. Peo
ple should remember this, and bear in
mind. too. that it is no city ordinance
they are up against this time. A great
deal will be expected of Inspector
KeeleV during the next few weeks.
for it is quite a Job to get after all the
dealers, but the inspector intends to
do his duty and then it will remain to
be seen what the courts will do with
delinquents. Some of the milk men
dread the idea of a man calling at
their wa eon's and takine off samples
of their milK to hare It tested, while
others Invite inch preestBjlon and want
to see pt v-
" Tuero was no city court this morn
ing . '
The readies of the Maccabees will
hold au important mectiug to-night.
A rehearsal of the young ladles'
minstrels will be held in St Patrick's
Lyceum halt at 7:30 this .evening. A
full attendance is desired. '
Advertised letters in the postoffice
are Harare Duchase, Miss Ann Dun
leavy, Miss Mary Dooley, Caspar T.
Traver, Miss Annie E. Jackson, Wil
liam C. Leaver. F. A. Maron, Miss
Margaret Mahoney, Alfred Kosseau,
Joseph ltosseau, Mrs J. S. Steyens. .
The funeral of Mrs Bridget O'Don
nell took place this morning from her
late residence on South street to St
Francis Xavier's church where a mass
of requiem was celebrated by the Rev
Father Cur tin. The bearers were Pat
trick O'Donuell, Peter O'Donnell, Wil
liam O'Donnell, Thomas- Dwyer, Ed
ward Dwyer and John J. Kelly. The
floral offerings included a pillow from
the family and a bouquet of roses
from Mrs John J. Dwyer. The inter
ment was in the new. St Joseph's
Dr Hayes of the board of educa-
' tion said to-day. that he was not aware
the neighborhood are to blame -more
than anybody for not culling attention
to it in a proper way, adding that a
note forwarded to the clerk- of the
board would ha ve been sufficient.Thats'
all right, but is must be remembered
that Inspector McGrath has had it
fixed several "times during the past
few weeks, but it did not keep time
for over a few days after being re
paired. It is said that the tower
shakes and that to this can be traced
the whole trouble. But now that the
matter has been taken hold of we may
expect to see the clock put in proper
shape in the near future.
The line we carry is clean and low
priced. We also carry the Medium
and Best. Grades of Antiques. All
good, reliable Rugs at honest values.
FOR CARPETS THIS STORE IS
IN WALL PAPERS.
We have all the New Spring Goods,
which have just arrived, and which are
being sold at very, low prices.
Lace Curtains, Draperies, Turkish
Lamps for cosy corners, new lot. Step
n and see them.
THE L. F. HAASE CO
27-29 CENTER ST.
THE LEADING DECORATORS OF.
THE NAUGATUCK VALLEY.
Ite entire Building. Six floors.
6 and 8c lb
Sugar Cured Hams
Pork Loins (whole)
Rump 8 and 10c lb
Strictly Fresh Eggs
n " 19c doz
Cor, Union and South Main Sis.
IS SEASONABLE NOW. WE 'ARE
READY TO PUT RUBBERS ON THE
WHOLE FAMILY. NEAT, STYL
ISH RUBBERS FOR WOMEN'S
SHOES. RUBBER BOOTS F.OR
THE SMALL BOY. SOLID, SER
VICEABLE OVERSHOES FOR THE
MAN WHO MUST BE OUT IN HARD
BEWARE OF GRIP AND KEEP
THE FEET DRY.
E. a. FINN,
J7 Exctacje place '
Are what we desire vto call your at
tention to, as we are giving this depart
ment special attention and are snow
ing a complete line of Nun's Veiling
and Silk Veils.
Also a full assortment of the short
length Veils, with Chiffon, Ribbon and
Crepe Borders. '
As a special in this department we
LONG SILK VEILS
At $1.49 the Veil. ' "
Mourning Bonnets and Veils to rent.'
Bargain Day Friday, Jan. 11th.
AT 49c Ladies' Mohair and Serge
Skirts, were $1.25.
AT $1.9S Ladies': Plaid Skirts, were
$4.00. - '
AX $4.49 Children's Reefers, were
A.T $1.1) Fur Neck Scarfs, were
AT 39c 34-inx.h Homespuns, in Ox
ford and Gray, were 75c.
AT 49c 10 pieces - Colored Taffeta
Silk, was -75c.
AT $3.9S-La4ies' Colored Silk Petti
coats, were S5 and SO.
AT 50c Boys' Wool Sweaters, were
AT C9c Boys' Domet Flannel Night
Shirts ,nere 50c
VT 25c Boys' Knee Pants, worth 39c.
AT 500 Men's Heavy Working Shirts
were t i.e.
IT 09c White Bedspreads, were 89c.
AT Gc Pillow Cases, from 10c.
AT 3 for 25c Turkish Towels, were
12Ve each. '
AT 9K.c 10 inch White Lawn, was
AT 19c 5 pieces Cream Damask, val
AT 39c Ladies' V shaped Night
Ttobes. were 59c.
AT 25c Irish Point Bureau Scarfs,
AT 39c Ladies' Outing Flannel Night
Robes in plain colors, were 09cl
AT 25c Children's Silk Caps, in all
colors a fancy braid trimmed, were
AT 12V,c Short Lengths Table Oil
AT Si-c a roll Wall Paper.
AT 19c Complete Drapery Poles,
AT 9Sc S-4 Table Covers.
AT 25c 9 Bars Swiff s Pride Soap.
AT $7.500x9 All Wool Smyrna Rugs.
AT 5c a yard Rug Fringes.
AT 75e each Remnants of Body
Brussels Carpet, l1 yard lengths.
153 S. MAIN ST.
CLEARING SALE OUT
We have on hand over 700 Flannel
ette Wrappers that we will close out
at almost, half price.
The following prices are .only until
the first of February, before taking in
AT 49c Fast Colors Percale Wrap-
pe-rs, in all sizes and colors.
09c Flannelette and Percale
Wrappers, full waist lining and
fast colors, regular price $1.00.
S9c and 98c All Our Best Twill
Outing Wrappers, flounce, epau
lets, full sizes and all the latest
designs, sizes from 34 to 40.
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 fitted: then you will
receive proper relief. We charge only
87 BANK ST., WATERBURX, CONN.
NO MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP FOR
A city that gives its people good
streets and keeps them clean, a first-
class- sewerage system, a1 police de
partment that we fear and respect, a
school system well looked after, a fire
department that sleeps with one eye
open, and a water plant that will fur
nish us with pure water Is doing all
the work that a city was ever intend
ed to do.
Chocolate Chips. You know all about
these so I-have only to mention that
I have them fresh- every afternoon.
The snappy brittleness and well pre
served flavor of these thin confections
has given them an immense circula
tion. .. '
142-148 South Main Street.
1,000 yards Figured Sheeting, value
5c, M. D. price 34
2,000 yards Apron Ginghams, value
Oc. M. D. pries 3ic
Yard Wide Cheese Cloth, value 5c. 3c
1,500 yards Fancy Calicoes, worth
1,000 yards Indigo Blue Prints,
worth c. . 4Y2c
3,000 yards Light and Dark Outing
Flannels, worth Oc and So, M .D.
3,000 yards Percale Mill Endsr
worth 12i.ie, 7c
500 yards Evening Shades of Fine
Pique, real value 15c. M. D. price Sc
1,000 yards Nainsook Checks, value
Heavy Striped Ticking, M. D.
Very Heavy Feather Ticking, M.
D. price lYgC
40inch Fine White Lawns, mill
ends, worth from 15c to 25c a
yard, M. D. price 10c
30 pieces Mercerized Sateens, black
brown, castor and high color for
suits and waists, real value 39c.
M. D. price 25c
Wool Baby Flannel,
Fine Cashmere Wool Baby Flannel,
worth 49c, M. D. price 35c
All Wool Twilled Flannels, blues
and reds, cheap for l!3ct M. D.
. price 25c
2 Bales 4-4 Heavy and Fine Brown
(Sheeting, cheap for 7c, M. D.
Full Bleached Fruit of the Loom
Muslin, worth 10c, 0a4c
4-4 Lonsdale Cambric, Sc
4-4 Fine Long Cloth, worth 15c, 9c
4-4 Best Bleached Muslin made, in
cluding Wamsutta, value 12c and
9-4 Heavy Brown Sheeting, worth
S-4 Boston Brown Sheeting, worth
10-4 Bleached New York Mills Mus
lin Sheeting, real value 30c, 23c
SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES.
42x30 Bleached Pillow Cases, M.
D. price IVc
45x30 Bleached Pillow Cases, value
Slx9o Heavy Brown Sheets, value
81x9o Atlantic and Anchor Mills
Muslin, hemstitched Sheets, value
TABLE CLOTHS AND SETS.
S-4 Combination Colored Fringed
Table Cloths, were $1, M. D.
12-4 Combination Damask Fringed
Table Cloths, value $1.50, M. D.
, price SI .19
10-4 Cloth and dozen Napkins to
match, real value $3 a set eotn-
10-1 Fine Damask Cloth and dozen
Napkins to match, real value $5,
M. u. price M.ia
Turkey Red Table Damasks, value
Bleached Table Damask, value 25c,
Cream and Silver Bleached Table
Damasks, were Soe, M. D. price 2;jC
5 pieces Ftist Color Turkey Red
Table Damask, real value 50c, 39c
700 yards 00 and 00-lnch Cream
and Satin Damask Table Linen.
value 05e. 49c
200 yards Extra Fine and Heavy
Satin Damask Table Linen, were
. ' ' . TOWELS.
50 dozen Bleached Huek Towels. 4c
100 dozen Heavy Marseilles Towels.
value 10c, . 4 for 25c
25 dozen Heavy Marseilles Towels,
o for. 50c
1,000 yards Brown and 'Bleached
Twilled Toweling, value 4Vc, M.
D. price , 3e
2,000 yards Heavy Cheeked and
Twilled Toweling, real value 7e,
2,000 yards Heavy German Dice
Toweling, value 9c, M. D. price 64c
10 different styles heavy Bleached
and Brown Linen Toweling, value
12c and 14c, 10c
NAPKINS AND DOYLIES.
50 dozen All Linen Fringed Nap
kins, value 50e a dozen, 30c
25 dozen All Linen Napkins, good
value for $1.35, 98c
30 dozen Fine Damask Napkins, the
$2 kind, , $1.50
NEW SHOPPING MART.
142-144146-143 SOUTH MAIN ST.
Opposite Scovlll Street.
OppoalU Watetbury. National
. 6 BRANCH:
in good form. We're agents
can do that kind of work in fact the best collar and
cuff laundry in this country Messrs Gardner & Vail,
New York. Collars sent Monday are returned Thursday
afternoon or Friday morning of each, week we collect
and deliver if you so wish price iz each.
JONES, MORGAN & CO.
A graiid triumphant climax to a
values in Overcoats, such as never before Wras offered
the buying public of this city. . . Here's about one
hundred Overcoats, plain, blue and black ';
Kerseys and Fancy Covert Cloths, all
this season's make and. . our standard
of ten dollar Overcoat values but
they're here to sell and your
pick now costs
JONES, MORGAN & 00.
Pure Spring Water.
W. N. & T. B. MQRAN, Prop.
Prompt and Efficient Service.
North Cooke Street
ire You Going To Buy a New fiange ?
If so it will pay you to Ijot at our
Do you want a STEAM BOILER,
HOT WATER HEATER? If sos in
quire aDout xne tviucuester.
P. H, GARRITY,
221 BANK STREET.
Telephone. 103-4. '-
DO YOU KNOW ABOUT THAT
of LADIES' AND MISSES' SUITS,,
CLOAKS, JACKETS, SKIRTS, ETC,
now going on at Weinsteln's? Our
regular customers knowthat pur an
nual reduction to reduce stock to
make room for. spring ' goods is a
genuine bargain sale. We want every
body to know it. Come and see us.
N.Y.Cloak Mfg. Co
' ' 310 SO MAIN STREET.
8. A. .WEINSTSIJt ,
to Street 1 92lSASst.:
Would you like to have
your, collars -.and . cuffs
laundered so that they
look as they do . when
you buy them? laund
ered with that desirable
-domestic finish -not pol-
ished for a polish on
collars is not considered
for just such a laundry as
JANUARY SALE of sterling
Notes of pleasant anticipation fof
the giver and receiver of gifts. Tha
exchange of presents enables friends
to show their appreciation of one
And here are the things with which
to do it.
LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S GOLD,
GOLD FILLED AND SILVER
AND DIAMOND JEWELRY. GOLD!
AND SILVER JLnVELRY,
We invite an inspection of our Holl
A Good Resolution
for the New Yea'
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,
comfort can be ministered to by giving
lis your order for electric bells. teie
phones, burglar alarms, office nxtures .
The New England Engineering Co
13S GRAND ST. . ,
HAS THE - . '
OF THE ' ""-'..
OR ' ' 1
84-88 SOUTH MAIM Slk$BTi ,A t
Sank St. Stairway la C8. v -f '
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