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If it's saving dollars we'll encourage you. " You'll admit after vis iting us that when it comes to saving mon ey for you on furniture purchasing we are un usually successful. You'll learn that it doesn't take a bar - rel of money to buy fine, well made furni ture. and you'll have a capital chance to ride your hobby. J. IV Burr." II & Co, " ' 60 BANK STREET. 'UNDERTAKING trjTDKRTAKIXG Siat call? answered by C. bi. Seymour. 181 Maple St. phone: D. M. Ste Tf art, 411 FrnnVllD pfcone. 2 ANQELUS RECITAL Saturday. February 2, at 10:30 a. m. At Our Ware Eooms. ADMISSION COMPLIMENTARY TO ALL. A Fine Program Will Be Rendered. The Angelus J3 a Piano Player for those who do not play the piano, and for those that do. Attend Saturday's Recital and hear this instrment. It's reputation warrants-it. ' THE DR1CGS & SWT I CI Telephone 729-2. 124-128 Bank St Look for Program In Wednesday's paper. . ... ' Bargains In Second-Hand Pianos. I Marshall Piano $100, 1 Bradford Piano $G5. 1 Vose & Son Piano $60. 1" Dunham Piano $25. These are instruments we have tak en in exchange, and must he disposed of to make room for our new stock. We also Lave several good Organs, ranging from $15 up. JYL Sonnenberg Piano Co., - A. W. SKINNER, M'gr - 175 Bank St, Waterbury. Ct North Carolina Shad 14c Frost Fish 6c. ' Escallops 20c CITY FISH MARKET Coir. Union and South Main Sts. aw kii-is Of all kinds wanted. Highest 'market prices paid. ,. Trudell Practical Furrier, 103 SOUTH MAIN STREET. J. H. Mulville, BOB. UNDERTAKER, FUNERAE DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER. Residence, 439 East Main street. Store, St Patrick's Block, 110 Broad- ray. Telephone at store ana residence. ICE. SPRING LAKE ICE CO. THOS. H. HAYES, Proprietor. 87-39 BROOK STREET. Telephono 603-2. . "The only real Spring Water Ice In (be City." .. v Special attention to family trade. He Ha?e Reduced the Prices On our large stock of Monuments and tieaastones ana ir you intend to pur chaw anything in this line, now is the time. Granite Monuments from $85 op. . Marble Headstones from $15 up. A large stock of Hard Wood Mantels from $12.50 up. Grates, Andirons. Fire Screens and Tiles of all kinds for ; Martha, facings and floors. Open -vry-evening. ' CHARLES JACKSON & SON. '- . 821 BANK STREET. - Tea red Three Family Houses ' SIX Rooms on a Floor. North Willow Street, V Small Payment. ttem m- w 1 w rr inna m r . 4s south wiLbotr sr. " C Evtalnt at 64 Center Street IP.. 1.. s . "Tiat th Beat Work at the Lotr- !3M eoiutateat -with the rery beat KHZ CTAL Evertfno Democrat ISSUED BT THE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY C. MAJWJfKV. EDITOR. ; MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year. 85.00 One Month.. 42c Delivered by Carrier. ADVERTISING RATES. From One Cent a u era to il.uu an Inch. . Kecdiug Notices lie to -be a Line. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1901. To judge from the talk of senators, one wovud not know that such a meas ure as the" Nicaragua canal bid was pending in the senate. Since the re publican, caucus decided that the bill should not be called up until the Brit ish government acted upon the Hay Pa. tmeefote treaty, many senators have regarded the biU as too 'dead to be talked about. There wa9 no proba bility of early action on the part of the British government on the treaty when there was no excuse for pro tracted delay, but now when import ant business connected with the begin ning of the reign of a new king, gives an excuse for delay, there Is practically no chance t action oefore the death of this congress. Senator Towne, whose successor is expected to present his credentials dur ing the present week, made his fare well congressional bow In what many of his admirers declare to have been tlie best speech he ever made, which was published in full in Monday's Democrat. The speech was nominal ly made on the following resolution, offered by him: "That justice, the public welfare, and the national honor, demand the Immediate cessation - of hostilities in the Philippine islands, upon terms recognizing the independ ence of the Philippine people, and conserving and guaranteeing the in terests of the United States," but it was hot confined to the Philippines. It embraced the general political con ditions and the outlook for the im mediate future, Incidentally showing how unwise Mr McKlnley and his ad visers have been In most of their policies. One fool bill that has been intro duced into the Wisconsin legislature imposes an annual tax of $10 on all bachelors over 30 years old. Another seeks to encourage the development of population by the giving of a pre mium to mothers of large families; mothers of six children to receive $10 annually; mothers ' of seven, $12; mothers pf eight, $15; mothers of nine, $20; mothers of ten, $25; mothers of eleven, $30, and mothers of twelve or more, $35. Hartford Post. The tax on the bachelor part of It is all right and a move in the right di rection. If bachelors will remain bachelors forever, and refuse to do their duty, they should be made to pay. Just think what the country would come to if all the male portion of it took it into their heads to remain bachelors forever. The bachelors are having too easy a time; by all means put a tax on them.' President McKinley's removal of ex President Harrison's son from a posi tion in Porto Rico, which he was fill ing acceptably, has brought down the wrath of many people on the executive head. Writing on this subject a spe cial correspondent, of a New York paper says that -'the attempt to Influ ence Judicial decisions by family ap pointments is a charge too grave to be brought against any president unless on the clearest evidence. The first piece of evidence is in President Mc Kinley's treatment of Major Russell Harrison. I happen to know some thing of this man's career through a friend of mine, who worked by his side in the p'ublic service long before his father attained a seat in the sen ate in 1881. He is a man who has stood on. his own feet and worked his own way without, help from any one. His father's elevation to the presiden cy brought not rapid promotion or high place to him. He had not even the ex-prsident's backing for the pest as signed him in the government of Porto Rico."- But this fact did not prevent his removal from the place in the most offensive manner, when his father's letter about the issues of the cam paign spoke with dislike of the im perialism of the present admlnistra tlon. 'Mr McKinley, it is admitted, felt that letter very keenly, and he had not the dignity and self-control to con ceal his feeling. He struck at . the father through the son. At first it was said, In sundry administration newspapers, that there were good rea sons for the removal, and personal at tacks were. made, on Major Russell's character and career in the military service. But when Major Russell came straight to Washington to ask what was the reason the war depart ment told him that they knew nothing of any such charges. While he was pressing the matter an imperialist newspaper said that 'he received from a war department official a letter inl which the admission was made that he had been dismissed because his father had not squarely supported the republican ticket - in the late cam" paign.' - President McKlnley - thus neognlses the family solidarity of tfaoa he puiishes. Visiting the ln iq'oiilM (?) of tn fathers upon .the lUra.V Is he net likely to Hra the IXZ fnatfntt ,ct wb It oMa IN THE STAGE SKX PARLOR, The occupants of the private boxes of a theater, upon one side, Wid, by looking keenly and attentively auoveiu Uie uirecuon of tuose pieces of scenery technically known as tue nies discov er, periiu.ps, a human ngure which is titur KuiiUuiluUjr active or iisciessiy vxiicniui oi wuat is going on below or upon the scugj. U.11.3 i& tne nuiau, una the reiuyte uiuce wneie lie uou uucis his oijoi'uuuus. wuich are "cuviare to mo general,1' is' a ruae WooUcn galiciy, coaiuiilileiillg a biru 8 ee view oi ino stage, wiln Uie musi cians ami die uoi otute turowii m. io houted wtiere tile sociici'y coiis.St.s Ivr txie fei'ct-i' pu.it oi bcutt nets iris pos hiuLc tuut iuue is 'ouiy oue ixj uiui, audi it so, tins iMUit iauai s ome is l.ie ail ej.ditu pH-t.ulid, a luuusuine j one. -Not but Viuiti Uie uiuau uas lots to occupy His uuuU, tuo.. atiau.J. lie uiau-e a iu.sium U1 n.s uiauijuui tion of the vast ai'iay oi. cui'utui, 'v.-jj, ' looeys, "aa'iii cUairciy," or "teasur," vry eniuui'i.as iug cousequuuees uight tilJiua to tue peij-orxucia, and Suijcse to tile auai ence. J&e must, ttiii'tture, be a vry carciui psrsuu, and ta&e an iutersc in hia ptvitssiua, and nave ail tue aj pareutiy couijjiicatci tangie ot rojje4 witU wuich ue woiiis literally at njs fingers' ends. The experiencea nyiuan aocs not nare to On ptompted by inev pronipctr's bell. He Jtnows lumSBU. after the nrst rehearsal, just when to give a drop, or tancy, or curtain, as tue eae may be, una nis Juusin-nL in staging a piece is Oiten sought by the manager bvloie its production. Animated by a desire to see and con-fei- .im ,1113 eii'aunuuary person, we writer niaue his way at some hazard of iiie and liinD, up an exceeamgiy narrow and steep night of steps, mat led rrom tUe stage to the elevated perch or gallery wuich the nyman nad, in tals lusiance, ad to himself. He was a cheeriul and Intelligent man, and seemed glad to see company. He luiU ueeil a nanoi, lie Bam, ualf his lite, and indeed, save for the apsence of the sea, ho might well fancy him self, where he tiien was, up aloft among tue sai.s and rigging of some huge vessel. On one portion of the bare brlcn walls around were portraits of distinguished actors and actresses, who haa at one time or other appeared upon the Rtage beiow, and some of wnom had made their last exit in tlu world. The nyman himself had seen most of them, contributing in his own to tue Success ot iiier pi'iOiuiauces, ' ' - c h wlio had pasted up most of the pictures. It was no wonder, then, tuat he was somewhat .c u.,La' ot witnessing shows as a rule, though his interest was still capable of being awakened to a great degree by a display of fem inine beauty and attractions. He had, to guide him in his opera tions, a piece of paper on which were written against the names of the vari ous scenes the kind of fly called for. The flyman manages every piece of stage setting which hangs. To raise or lower these promptly and precise ly,, and in conformity with the rest of the scenery, is his province. The very moment the wings, or side pieces, are set the "fly" which is stipulated to ac company them must be lowered, and the drop or curtain concealing the op eration raised. The piece of paper which the flyman uses contains the description of fly to go with each set, these being known as "fancys." Thus, a scene in which the colors are of a dark shade, calls for a fancy in which the hues correspond. It is possible to give a "woodland fancy" to a street scene at night, and-a "kitchen fancy" to the same by day. The harmonizing of the various colors In scenery affords the higher stage hands a field for the exercise of taste. This, as well as all other matters' pertaining to a produc tion, is settled on the Monday morning rehearsal, although there may be after that time vague doubts still lingering in the mind of some individual regard ing the propriety of the arbitrary taste of the stage manager. It may not, perhaps, be generally known even among thentergoers that the proper and technical name for the piece of scenery which is discovered immediately "back of the curtain, or "rag," is "tormentor." This may or may not conform in character with the remainder of the "set." but a certain color scheme, or harmony, must al ways be observed. Thus the hues of the "tormentor" (usually a representa tion of two huge and gorgeous marble columns) consor.s In some . measure with those of the curtain, as well as with the remainder of the scenery. The fly accompanying the tormentor is known as the "straight drapery," back of which again is the "teaser." The importance of the proper manage ment of the fiys in tragic pieces can scarcely be overestimated. An im pressive and affect'.ng tableau, given just as the curtain falls, may, through the neglect or carelessness of the fly man, become a ridiculous spectacle, and call forth from the audience laugh ter Instead of tears. As a matter of fact- this catastrophe was effected by flymen at a performance given in this city by the French actress Rhea. The last act of the play being extremely long and lugubrious, the gentlemen in the Ay gallery determined to strength en their shaken feelings With a slight potation at an adjoining saloon. Accordingly, they made their way out in a body, calculating the proper time for their return to a nicety. As luck would have it, however, they re mained out for such an extended pe riod that a tableau representing a most affecting death scene was entirely spoiled in its effects, the actors having to remain mute, in postures of intense agony so long that even the corpse got disgusted and was just about to wake up and walk off the stage, when the corps of delinquents returned, and, re alizing the state of affairs from cer tain heated and uncomplimentary re marks of the stage manager, made a wild rush up the narrow steps at the Imminent hazzard of their lives, and. after some struggling as to who should lower the curtain, at length relieved actors and audience from their respec tive embarrassments. It used to be the custom when drops or back scenery were to be raised in a hurry, for the flyman to send assistants up to the beam from which the pieces are hung, and, when tne signal was given these .men attached themselves to the" counterbalancing end of the various ropes, and "rode" the dvop, landing themselves In the flyman's gallery.- It chanced, on one occasion when this expedient was t sorted to, that the drop riders had been especially cautioned not to de. scend before the curtain in front was lowered. However, upon the ringing of the bell for the lowering of the cur tain, they evidently mistook the signal, for -down they came and up went the several back pieces, disclosing to the astounded aod en the tpeetaele of the bars brick wall behind, nd flv or six p9 fyf-r tkrfcsrj tWsir. srra- Talking Talk that's endorsed is talk that tells Every day talk by people who know. City talk Kidney talk. r Do Kidneys talk? Well, yes ! both loud and long, ,- Telling of troubles that every one; has Complaining because they're overtaxed; ; Too much work for them to do. . When Kidneys complain 'tis kidney cbimplaint Do your Kidneys complain? Perhaps you don't know how they do it? Your back will tell you how, : When' it aches, is weak or lame. ; It's the Kidneys' fault and Kidney complaint. DOAN'S' KIDNEY PILLS cure backache Cure urinary troubles or any Kidney Ills. Here is Waterbury proof that this is so : Mrs Jacob Mitohell, No 352 Washington avenue, wife of Jacob Mitchell, employed at Cronin's meat market and grocery store, says: "I suffered for years with kidney complaint. One physician told me I had kidney disease in its worst form and he gave my case up as Incurable. I had rheumatism at times so bad that I could not walk or use my hands and I was in pain ail over. I got Doan's Kidney Pills at H. W. Lake's drug store and they helped me so much I was able to go around." . ' . All druggists sell DOAN'S Kidney Pills. Remember the name DOAN'S and take no substitute. Price 50 cents per box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., Sole Proprietors. People's Market SpiSng Lamb. Chicken. Veal. Mut-.f ton, Chicago Dressed Beef nd Na- tive Beef. The finest quality of Vegetables Always fresh. - "THE OLD RELIABLE." Is the largest in the city - and keeps the largest stock to select from,' S, BOHL, Proprietor 64 SOUTH MAIN ST. Telephone Orders Promptly Attended. Commission Men And dealers in perishable goods generally. The subscribers are prepar ed to accept proposals for space in their Cold storage Warehouse To be completed in early spring. THE Hellmann Brewing Co. Waterbury, Conn. TELEPHONE 310. Of nil descriptions at short notice. Thorough workmanship and reasonable prices, Ed Ockels, Sign Haker OFFICE. 7 BItOW.N" STUKST. LOUCKS & PINNEY, LIVERY. AND BOARDING STABLE. Hacks for Funerals, Weddings and Parties. Nos 25-39 Scovill Street Waterbury, Conn. Telephone, 100-2. OAKVILLE CO MAKERS O Wire and Metal Goods. P. O. Freight at a Express. Add 1 ess Oakville, Conn. Telegraph Addn -.a Waterbury, Conn. New York Oilice. 4S Howard Street. $1,000 - Challenge - $1,000 HARVARD BEER. UNION MADE. on draught. EMERSON & SONS' WINE by the bottle. ' - JAKES E. "WATTS, South Vain Street. BEADLESTON & WOERZ, Imported Lager Beer on Draught' at T. E. GUEST'S. 95 South Main. St. 'Phone 239-5. Exchange Place Cafe. SCHAEFER'S WEINER BEER Bottled for Family Use." V J. W. HODSON, 20 EXCHANGE PLACE. , Everybody Knows About A Household Medicine A Safe and Bare Oare for Cramps ' , Cough Bruises Diarrhoea Cold Burn . Sprains and Strains. ;; CUvea instant relief . - ' , ' '. Twoalz,Wc.iidgOo. .- ; ' These, and many more amusing an ecdote, were revealed to the writer toy the flyman in1 the interval of his A-m. u A flu IfnaMMM MlH I vtttfc t cU- v tboee narrow tt Trouble KIMBALL School - Music Instruction In Piano, Singing, Organ, Violin, Harmony. Musical Kindergar ten, Mandolin. Banjo, Guitar, Cornet, and Sight Reading. School of Danc ing and Deportment. Taught by a Faculty unsurpassed for its excellence. Ensemble playing free. Free admission to Recitals, Concerts and Lectures. January 21st a new class in dancing will be . started. January 29 new classes in Musical Kindergarten. Register now for all departments. Students' received daily. Special Sale OF Umbrellas, Trunks, Bags and Dress Lu.it Ca&es. To be sold at 50c on the doiiar. w e manufacture all our own goods. We have the largest and best stock for the lowest prices in .this city. Every arti cle fully guaranteed. Umbrellas Re covered and Repaired with the best Gloria Silk, from U5c up. 179 Bank street. Factory, 7S Grand street. WATERBURY U1VFRELLA MFG CO ODe. family house of .eight rooms, with large lot, on Burton street, $22. If you want a well drilled, or your old one has gone dry and you want It deepened, we can do It for you. and do It rlsht. 104 BANK ST. U.LD00GLAS "Ihavebeenarquointed tcith W.L.tiauglas and his shoe for the past 17 teat's. His shoes are owett price., guahty considered in tne t.S, Q'ttey are really worth $5.00. All one price, $350. Try a pair' Best In the World for BLen. i fhm Pubiia f Twenty-flveyeuri experience e n a bles me to offer tbe tneworhl. Mv con stantly lnereasihg business lias eimuica me to reu uw i i-v cost so that 1 can Rive the wearer more value for $8.50 tbanany other manufacturer. I make and sell annually more $8.60 shoes than any other two manufacturers; on account of this lanre hus i neBS the wearers tret the ben efit, the magnitude of my business permitting tne to ma&e a fair profit by charg ing only a few cents per pair above tne actual cost. Others producing, less than half the citiantlty. nave to reduce tbe quality to make a profit. I teiiero mv 8.50 anoes are now made to as nigh a stan dard as It ts possible to ma ktt shoes. The style, material,' and workmanship are just as good as the best custom made beach work. Yours truly. urockion, Massvntt sena pott apr.oymaiifor S8.7&. Write for new Catalog. Rock Oak SoleLeather ana xokz caior .Eyelets need in am our enoes Waterbury Store, 8i Bank St fASKYOURHORSESHOER If f V3 sry, fejw vita-.' rUK int. Shoe for WINTER USE. It ABSOLUTELY prevents Hipping:, ul insures perfect kaloty and comfort to bone and driver. . Shod with tba NevorsHp" yoor homta feet are always In Rood condition kpt so by not having to constantly ranor tns) ooa xTyPni.rT3eiiinir. . The CALKS are REflOVABLE, Steel -Centered and SELF-SHARPEN- INQ and KOUND or SQUARE BASE $ preferred. Catalogue on Application. ' L L FK870RTH & SOU, blacksmith 5uppltes, l v fM ONLY I raf L 1 : : ARE YOU . Looking after your boys? If so make it your duty to 6ee that they are 'warm and comfortably, dressed these days. .- Many doctor bills can be saved and trips to the drug stores avoided imprudence Is exercised at the right time. A boy whose skin is tender, and the blood thin is the first to contract a cold which necessitates the call ing in of a doctor; and the running to drug stores for medicines. .Why. not prevent this unpleasantness, when you can buy him a warm Overcoat, or an Ulster, a Suit or a Reefer; it will not only keep 111s neann m good condition, pense and, anxiety. This week Selling all our heavier Boys' Clothing at greatly reduced prices. Some of the Ulsters and Reefers hare been bought by over 200 mothers vrho can bear vrttness to the comfort and protection "their boys receive from them. On our system you can, with $1.00 in your pocket, buy any of these garments, and If you are the mother whose boys are not yet properly clothed, call at our store by all means and do as others do. Credit Clothing Co, 62 BANK STREET. HORSE SHOEING... Ill GENERAL WAGON REPAIRING DONE IN FIRST CLASS SHAPE. AT R. N- BLAKESLEE'S 1C0 MEADOW ST. PENMANSHIP. PROFESSOR HOLLEY Teaches every pupil to write a flno rapid, business hand. In a course of 10 private lessons and no failures. All kinds of pen worli executed In tba highest degree of art. 107 RANK STREET. WATERBURY FIRE ALARM. 4 Cor South- Main ana Oraud sts. 5 Scovill Manufacturing Go. (Pj. 6 Cor Bridge 'and Magiil sts. 7 Exchange Place. 12 Rogers & Bro. (P). 13 Cor East Main and Niagara sts. 14Cor East Main and Wolcott rd. 15 Cor High and AYalnut sts. 16Cor East Main and Cherry sts. 17 Cor East Main and Cole sts. 21 Cor North Elm and Kingsbury sta 23 Burton Street engine house. 24 Waterbury Manufacturing Co. (P) 25 Cor North Main and North sts. 2G Cor Buckingham and Cooke sts. . 27 Cor Grove 6c Prospct Sts. 2S Cor Hillside avenue and Pine st. 29 N. Willow bet. Ridgewood ant! Hillside avenue. 31 Cor Bank and Grand sts. 32 Cor Riverside and Bank sts. 34 Cor West Main and Watertown rd 35 Conn. Light'g & Pow. Co, car house, (P). 50 Waterbury Brass Co. (P). 37 Cor Cedar ,and Sleadow sts. 38Cor Grand and Field sts. 42 Cor South Main and Clay sts. 43 New England Watch Co. (P). 45 Benedict & Burnliam Mfg Co. (P) 40 Waterbury Buckle Co. (P). 47 Cor S. Main and Washinton sts. 51 Cor Baldwin and River sts. 52 Cor Franklin and Union sts. 53 Wat'b'y Clock Co,- case fact'y (P). 54 Cor Clay and Mill sts. 50 Cor Liberty and River sts. 57 No 5 Hose House. 5gCor Baldwin and Stone sts. 62 Cor Doolittle alley and Dublin st 72 Cor West Main and .billow sts. 74 Cor Johnson and Waterville sts. 212 The Piatt Bros & Co. CP). 213 Hammond Buckle Co. (P). 214 Waf b'y Clock Co. mvt fact'y (V). 210 Cor North Main and Grove sts. 251 Cor Round Hill and Ward sts. 2il J unction --Cooke and N. Main sta. 272 Grove, bet. Central & Holmes avs. 311 S. .N. E. Telephone Co bld'g. (P). 312 Cor Bank and Meadow sta. 313 Randolph & Clowes. p) : 314 Plume and Atwood (P), 315 American Ring Co (Pj. 310 Electric Light Station (P). 318 Holmes. Booth & Haydens (P). . 321 No 4 Hose House. , 323 Cor Wash'g'n ave and Porter sts. 324 Cor Charles ,and Porter sts. 325 l-Cor Simons st and Wash'g'n ave. 371 City Lumber and Coal Co (P). 412 Tracy Bros (P). 45WSteele & Johnson Mfg Co (P. 682 Cor Baldwin and Rye sta. m f V V 'V 'A' ' M Ju 111 1 , - The -Smith Premier Typouritcr Co., Kw York Offlc 337 BrMdway t tttttfor C3m save you ex-j THE PIXK OF PERFECTION IN Wall Paper for the opening year of the twentieth century Is to be seen at The F. W. DAINS Go, PAINTERS AND DECORATORS, 288 Norrt Mao St. Telephone 121-12. STOVES! STOVES! TO V ESI And All Kinds of New and . Second-hand Furnitur3 Mostly Given Away Brass City Furniture Co. 36-38 Grand Simt. CORNER OF SOUTH MAIN ST. Bookkeeping AND Shorthand The mail package method stands without a rival; it is sound in princi ple, sensible in plan and thoroughly practical from beginning to end. TAUGHT ONLY AT THE Waterbury Business University Students enter any - time. Call or send for Catalogue. 108-120 Bank Street. Over Reid & Hughes. rt DR R. C. JONES, v. s. S Residence. 25 Johnson Street, Water bury Conn. Office. City Lumbal & Coal Co. !)3 Bank 5t Telephone. DIPLOMA OF THE GRAND PRIX, (HIGHEST POSSIBLB AWARD). WAS WON BX THB SMITH PREMIER TYFBWR1TEB AT THE PARIS EXPOSITION. THIS AWARD WAS MADE Bf AN INTERNATIONAL JURX OV 25 MEMBERS. AND IN COMPETITION J WITH 20 OTHER TYPEWRITERS. New HavMi QKZ0 j CmtUtXr ; but it will also a Mirl t:jrORO CONNECTICUT 5'