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' 1 ' ' Thbi Shalt -Rot 'sell,-.deliver, '-or even give away any intoxicating liquor or beer be tween 12 o'clock Saturday night and B o'clock Monday morning. If you do you most be prepared for the conse quences. "You can foot all the people - some of th time, some of the people 11 the time, but you cannot fool all of the people all of the time." There fore we're liable to have strangers come to town, and get into the good graces of the peop'e who sell what they caU exhilarating drinks; and When you do them the favor of quench ing their thirst they'll "squeal" on you very time, and the chances are $100 ltd costs will be the outcome. Well, from, all appearances Prosecuting 'Agent Pierce is going to cause some jpoeketbooks to toe "pierced" rather severely. He began with only fifteen, bt how many batches- of fifteens he has on his list is a conundrum. It's a, wonder Mrs Nation bf Kansas was not secured to do the work. That's the woman who makes splinters of ail the costly wine rooms she runs across. If they only hired her there would be bo need" of detectives, lawyers, courts r policemen. The saloons would all lje wiped out But best of all, the peo ple would be richer, stronger and more healthy, because they would drink more tea and coffee, and when they see how much better our drinks are than what other people sell they d tell their neighbors about it. Remember, our tea, coffee, spice and butter is tne top notch quality at bottom notch priee, at Phelan's T Store, V it"-BROAD WAY. Telephone. Two Things That M Please the Boys at Prices That Will - Please Yon. . 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 Christ mas.hence this 25 per cent cut in price. Among the lot you'll find 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 us with a snow storm; but there will be plenty of chance to" use Sledg before the season loses. There's good choosing here now and at 25 per cent less than our regular prices ehould lead you to buy . quickly. These prices will last for one week only. P. J. BOLAN, 90-93 Bank Street. . .- j- -W. .w. .9. .. "The Shop" Cleaning Up of Odds and Ends. LACE CURTAINS. One and two-pair lots of Ruffled Muslin Curtains, Ruffled Boblnet Cur tains, Irish Point Curtains, Brussels Ket Curtains, etc. V AT ABOUT HALF PRICE, Tour inspection Invited jj Lapalme-Hoffman Co Painters Furnishers Decorators c 158-100 GRAND STREET. Prescription Department I Store keeps pace with advanced 1 science.- No matter how un gual the ingredients of a prescription aay be, we will fill it properly. We heap .the drugs for it and the best, freshest and purest of them. ' - HUGENT'S PHARMACY WEST THE '- QPTICIAN, 140 BANK. :-0 .t jrt 'tte holiday nub is over H3im to do all kinds of -1 -CX-AKD JEWELRY ...t;,2rTtog ta Crst-lass .IS. - It IV-thfa medio St Patrick's fair at Lyceum to-night, Roller skating at the Auditorium Thursday; and Friday nights. Mortarty's anderttking night calls answered at store ojr at District Tele graph office, -i :v x I The; funeral 'of SXn waiter S. At-wood,-Jr, will. take place from the family resldenee on Prospect street to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock.' A month's mind mass of requiem will be celebrated at the Sacred Heart church to-morrow morning at 8 o'clock for the late Mrs James Cass of Dublin street. . , , - Emily May, Infant daughter of Mr and Mrs A. Hr Andrews, of Lawrence street, died yesterday. The funeral will take place.' to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. . The interment will be in Riverside cemetery. A grand sociable and dance will be given by the Merrimac club to-night, at Speedwell hall.- All preparations for the affair have been completed. The best of music will be furnished for the dancing. A geenral good time is as sured. List of letters remaining unclaimed at the postoffice: Joseph Boisvenni, Mabel Clark, Joseph Counter, Miss Grace Donalson, C. Gleich, Patrick Horan, Mrs P. Harrison, care Mrs Brown; Michael McDonald, Miss May Somers, Miss Annie Wilson, care Mr Clancy. . . Miss N. T. Darling, Instructor of methods at the State Normal school at New Britain, spent yesterday in visit ing the young ladies of this city who were members of the 1900 class of the New Britain Normal school and are at - present teaching in the public schools of this city. Lost, in this city, on January 1, 1900, an . old-fashioned, open face, gold watch (No 6,054, Hide & Son, London and Paris). Being old and an heir loom It is of no value to anyone but the owher, to whom itg return is im portant. A reward will be paid for its return or for information leading to its recovery. A. D. N.j Democrat office. Dennis Ashe, a Joiner residing on Baldwin street, who fell from a lad der Monday while at work on the res idence of Thomas Dowling of Stone street,' is getting along nicely, and while he will be laid up for some time still it is not thought that he is in jured internally. He fell about twen ty feet and sprained his ankle, frac tured one of his wrists and hurt his spine. Box 25, located at the corner of North: Main and North streets, was pulled last evening. The supposed fire was in a new building on Branch street but when the department reached there they found that the trouble was due to the fact that a stove had been lighted in the building for the pur pose of drying the plaster and smoke being noticed issuing from all sides some one thought the place was on fire and sent in an alarm. At tho meeting of the Naturalist club last night the principal topic dis cussed was the weaver, a member of the feathered family of South Africa. The bird was represented as a bold little fellow, bearing a strong resem blance to our own pugnacious sparrow. No doubt" the weaver can fight, too. Everything, racy of South African soil is game, and if anybody doubts this he needs liut ask the1 Dublin Fusiliers, the Yorkshire brigade or the Scotch Highlanders. ; ' No matter how many projects come up from time to time before the board of public works, the extension of Round Hill street always occupies the foremost thought in the mind of Com missioner Whiting.- - - When the mem bers entered the meeting room last night, the1 first thing that attracted their attention was a large map of the layout of Riverside street, from Bank street to West Main street, and as soon as Mr Whiting got- bis eye on it he wanted to know if- that was a picture! of Round Hill street- Engineer Eugene Allen, well known in -this city, of the Naugatuck division train which narrowly escaped being wrecked yesterday 'When a driving wheel broke in the 'vicinity of Beacon Fallg, had- a narrow" ' escape from death. The break served to wreck the cab and Allen was thrown with great force from his seat and almost into the road. . He struck bis left leg. He arrived in Bridgeport shortly before noon and went to the emergency hos pital, where Dr Ivers attended him. Allen was badly bruised, but no bones were broken. Later he went to his home in Westport :.. Edward 'McGrath, ; inspector 'of school buildings, is bound to put that clock in the Washington school in shape, so that it will keep time, and in another week or so there will be no more trouble with it.i. Mr McGrath told a reporter to-day that the school authorities are moving in this matter as fast as they can and that after next week the clock will be in better run ning order than -ever before. This will be welcome news to all the people in that district," many of whom have fallen out with their 'neighbors on ac count bf differences about time on the school clock. "' """.'. The funeral of-' Mrs Susan L. Jacques,' who died Friday evening of last week, took place yesterday after noon at 2:30 at-her late home, ,37 Holmes avenue. The burial was in the family lot at Riverside cemetery. The services were conducted by the Rev Dr Parry, pastor of the First Bap tist church, of which Mrs Jacques was a member, and during which the rever end gentleman delivered a brief eulo gy and Mrs Ashley sang an appropriate selection. . The remains rested in a handsome casket covered with laven der broadcloth and embellished with silver decorations. - On the plate was inscribed only the name, "Susan L. Jacques."7 There were a large .num ber of floral tributes, the designs be ing very beautiful.. One of the trib utes was from the employes of Jacques Opera bouse, another was from the members of the -First Baptist church and Sunday school and. another from the King's Daughters. The bearers were Deacon Alfred J. Shipley, Deacon Dwlght L. Smith, : Deacon B. , L. . Ash ley and Deacon James Mlntie. The atteadance, was quite large, among those in attendance bsdnc several peo--ple Crom opt ef te9. among the lat ter -balaft x-Krjwe Jaton of Hart ford, lra Jac -BS-ira.a very eati pt V; .y -as. ; C "atsi araoa her Vf'T'" ' .If ts -y. v , iMraptorJBerJrAnvi?Pa-. mc-nee the woodwork' on' his six -family bouse on lower Baldwin -street r - -A small fire occurred at the cigar factory of Thomas McGrath, over T. H. Hayes's stock department, this morning. A hole was burned in the flooring and this was all the damage done. .-;"-.,. '- - 1 v - -' Thomas Pratt 1b no longer connect ed with the drug tftore at 656 South Main street, which was known as the Barlbault & Pratte drug store. B. S. Baribault will conduct .the business hereafter.' -' ; y ' i Everything is in readiness for the Foresters' .union fair, which opens in City hall Saturday night, and will continue during the following - week. An interesting stage program will be rendered each evening, followed by ckfneing. . -, The much tallced-of concert and en tertainment by the St Thomas Liter ary and Dramatic society will take place to-morrow evening in the City hall. The Baker Bros will appear in their great. frog and snake contortions and another feature is the blind box ing match between members of the society. Papers in a suit for $1,000 , were served to-day on Alberice D'Andra, a. barber in the employ of Frank Mari nelli, on East Main street. The plain tiff in the suit is Mrs Antoinette Mari nelli, but in the papers she calls her self by her maiden name, De Greza, in accordance with the custom of her fellow countrywomen, who do not live with their husbands. The Marinellis, it will be recalled, were in court late ly, in non-support proceedings, nnd Marlnelli rather than support his wife went to jail. ; After this incident there appeared an article In an Italian paper reflecting upon Mrs Marlnelli, and D'Andra, who is known among . his countrymen as "the count," is said to have been the author of the article. Attorney Durant appears for the plain tiff. The papers were served by Sher iff Rametti. The New Carpet Sale is made up of our best goods, not only In quality, but are new and up-to-date patterns. Really they are the cream of our stock, and come in one and two room lots: 10 lots of Best Quality Body Brus sels. 10 lots of Best Quality Axminsters, 5 lots of Wilton Velvets, All at 08 cents per yard.. These goods are Made, Laid and Lined with Heavy Wadded Lining. HIGH GRADE FURNITURE. Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Rugs, Linoleums, Drapery '.-Goods and Window Shades. THE L F. HAASE CO 27-29 CENTER ST. THE LEADING DECORATORS OB5 THE NAUGATUCK VALLEY. . lLe entire Building. Six floors. r Castle's Specials TODAY. Fresh Pork Loins, 8c lb Rump Pieces 8c and ioc irloin Steak 14c Chuck Roasts jc and pc And other prices that will save you money at s Cor, Union and Sttth -HainSts. FREE DELIVERY. ; . " . ' '" Phone connection. ! " Some Shoe Surprises - This la our surprise season. At this time of the year we most begm to think about onr spring stock and make abelf room for It That's why we cat shoe prices beyond recognition, ThatTa .why. you ae in luck if you need shoes mm. Ton can. buy, two shoes for tne price of one. . For example, all oar Basset Shoe will be old oat for Man-aeCftft- t -. ; ; Castle Market . HATS, Children's Trimmed Baas for the next few dagrs at , tTams, White and All Colors. ;' 1 At the popular millinery store, I. CHASE, GNoocHKCH90uaaooaeooaoaoaas Miller&PefiCo OOdOO aoooo January Clear lng Sale- Black Dress . Goods. At 49c Black English Crepons, were $1.25. At 75c 50-Inch Black English Cheviot, jR- was $1. .,. At 23c 5 pieces BlackTIgured Goods, all wool, were 39e. At 75e 10 pieces 50-inch Plaid Goods, Were $1.25. At 59c Ladies' Eiderdown Dressing Saeques, embroidered edge, were $1.00. At 49c 50 ladies Dress Skirts in serge, mohair and figured goods, were $1 and $1.25. -At 75c 10 dozen Ladies' Flannel -Waists, were $1 and $1.25. At $1.98 Odd lots Ladles' Satin and Taffeta Waists, not all sizes, were $3.98 and $4.98. At $2.98 Children's Reefers and Auto- ' mobile Coats, were $0. At 39c 54-Inch" all wool Homespun Mixtures, were 75e. At $3.98 Ladles' Colored Silk Petti coats, were $6. -At $2.98 All our Fine French Flannel Waists, were $4 and $5. -At about half price Remnants of Black and Colored Dress Goods. COATS AND CAPES " . AT HALF PRICE. Don't miss the chance.. It ends at 9 o'clock to-night, A. MAILHIOT, 158 S. MAIN ST; A BLANKET OPPORTUNITY, We have on hand very few Blankets left to close at the following prices: AT 32M.-C EACH. 10-4 White or Gray BlanketSj regular '- price 75c. AT $1.12c PAIR. 10-4 White Blankets, colored border, value $1.50. AT 89c PAIR. 10-4 Fancy Colored Robe Blankets, value $1.25. Optician PROE COULTER Specialist, ' ;. Don't Strain , Your Eyes-. ' The news of ? the day may be ; worth the effort you make to read It, but are not your eyes worth an effort to retain their usefulness by removing all eye errors? Our examination reveals all defects, and our rightly fitted frames and lenses relieve all eye strain. v.S7 BANK ST. WATERBURT, CT. NO MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP TOR A cijty that gives its people good streets and keeps them clean, a first class sewerage system, - a 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 f Or nish us with pure water is doing all the work that a city was ever., intend ed to do.. Kelly's Chocolate Chips, ou know all about these so I have only to mention that I have : them fresh every afternoon. Toe snappy brtttleness and well pre served flavor of these thin confections has given them a Immense ctroola- This Rooster mm bbos; NEW SHOPPING MART. 142- 148 South Main Stmt. ' ains for Thursday Our Bargain Day. 1 dozen Colored Bordered-- Handker- chifcfs, 15c. Talcum Powder. Bargain day 3c. Garter Elastic, from 5c. Bargain day 3 cents. i Finishing Braid, from 10c. Bargain nay dc. Almond Meal, from 15c Sc. 6 oz Bottle Vaselene, from 10 5c Shetland Floss, all shades, 9c. German Knitting Yarn, from 25c 19c. HAMBURG S. Fine Hamburg Edgings, per yd lC. Rich Chenille Dot Veilings, from 25c 19 cents. No 40 and No CO Satin Ribbon, Bar gain day 10c. UNDERWEAR. Gents' Heavy Fleeced Lined Shirts, from 50c 33c. Gents' Heavy Camel's Hair Underwear 50 cents. Gents' double breasted and double seated Underwear, from $1.25 75c Ladies' Heavy Fleeced Lined Vests and Pants, from 39c, Bargain day 23c. Ladles' Very Heavy Fleeced Lined Vests and Pants, from 75c 50c. Ladies' Camel's Hair, Natural Wool and Australian Wool Vests, from $1.25 93c. Boys' Heavy Fleeced Lined Shirts and Drawers, from 39c 21c. DRESSING SACQUES. Ladies' Fine German Flannel Dress- irig Saeques, from 50c 39c. , Ladies' Fine All Wool Eiderdown Dressing Saeques, from $1 and " $1.25 59e. Ladies' Fine Dressing Saeques, richly trimmed, from $2.50 and $3 $1.89. . 1 SKIRTS. 1 Ladies' Outing Flannel Short Skirts, 25 cents. Ladies' Outing Flannel Skirts, with ruffle. Bargain day 49c. LACES. Heavy Wide Torchon Laces, from 5c 3 cents. . HOUSE WRAPPERS. . Ladies' Fine Percale House Wrappers, - epaulets and braid trimmed, fitted linings, from $1 69c -1 Ladies' Fine Flannelette House Wrap " , .pers, braid trimmed, fitted lining, from $1.50 98c. . v v , DOMESTICS. Gopd size Bleached Pillow Slips 7c. 4-4 Heavy Brown Sheeting, from 7c 5c Fine Bleached and Turkey Red Dam ask 21c. Daisy Cloth, all colors, from 12c 9 cents. Apron Gingham 3c ' Colored Outing Flannels 4(? '. ; DRESS GOODS.' Mohair and Flannel Plaids, from 17c- i 12c ' 40-lneh German Henrietta and Serges, all sizes, all shades, from 39c 25c. 50 pieces Fancy Figured Black Dress Goods, from 50c 25c. 44-lnch Rich Lustrous Mohair Brillian- . tins, from 75c 19c ... SHOES. . Children's Patent Leather cloth top tip, real value $1 65c. Misses' Genuine Box Calf and Viei . Kid Shoes, embodying all fine : , points of the shoe maker's art, val ue $1.75 $1.24. - louths' "Neva? Rip" Shoes, calf and kangaroo kip, no seams, every pair guaranteed cheap at $1.50 $1.24. , The balance of our fine Velour Kid and Enamel Shoes, kid and patent tips, welted soles, modern and mannish lasts, all filled with, the famous Armstrong cork felt cushion and health Insoles, real $3 and $3.50 $2.00. , Men's Alligator and Fancy Embroid ered Slippers, value 50c 39c Men's Calf Shoes, also heavy water , proof Milwaukee oil grain bluch ers $1.49. - ' 100 pairs more of those "Crown" $3.00 Vlci Kid Shoes, latest style, three Boles, patent back stays and welt 1 d; every pair warranted $2.00, CONLON BROS. NPW SHOPPING MART, ; 142-U4146-14& BOUTH MAtN ST. Oppoalta Seorlll Straet vi.f' m Mm IFrom Street and as we don't pack away suits fiom season to sea--sonfthey must be sold. $18, $20, $2.2. and $2$ Suits for $15 will do the work and do it well. ' . - : ". . ' 1 -.. -pas JONES, MOKGAN & CO. Boys' Suits $4.50 and $3.50 Quality For $2.50. It's needless to tell most households about the good points of our famous "Hercules" Suits for boys' experience has been .their teacher, It may be you have vet . to buy your first suit here, if that be the case the cost of experiment ing with our kind of boys' clothes at che present time is very slight. We've made it So for a rmrnn;p to intrndnrf nur good clothing to more .families biucK or suns, in ages 3 10 10. $10.00 Overcoats for $6.50. Has set the town talking all sizes at present. JONES, MORGAN & CO. I After Inventory Bargains. i We Invite you to call and advise you to keep your hands in your S pockets and hold fast to your p urse as your eye roams over our stock. It's a temptation to part with yo ur cash. ; j Everything For Housekeeping S FURNITURE, CARPFES, CROCKERY, STOVES, RANGES, LAMPS, i PICTURES. RUGS, PORTIERES, LACE CURTAINS, ETC, ; 1901 Styles In GoCarts, l 'All ready for your inspection. Our low prices are better than argu- ments, and appeal with stronger force than columns of talk with 5 nothing to back them. UNDERTAKING. IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. i Night Call District Offlce, No 5 East Main Street, Telephone C03-3. Boston Furniture Co Ill SOUTH CASH OR CREDIT. Uakeview Pure Spring Water. W. N. & T. B. MORAN, Prop. Prompt and Efficient Service. North Cooke Street Are You Going To Buy a Hew fiange ? If so it will pay you to look at our STAMFORD Do you want a STEAM BOILER, HOT WATER HEATER? If so, in cutre about the Winchester. P, H, GARRITY, 221 BANK STREET., Telephone." 103-4. V IVLBergin&Sofis UNDERTAKERS, 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 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. Bergln, 75 South Elm, and 3. J. Bergln, 275 South Main street. or at realdneoa 102 Walnut street Store comer Seovill -and Sonta Usln 3B3SKS3C! to Streell siriSustv Already we are think ing' of Spring. Good reason why we want to -clean up on our Men's ' Su it stock before it comes, : We'll need the room, and to clean up our seasons MAIN STREET. . WATERBURT. CONN, TO RENT. New England Engineering Co's Building . 138 GRAND ST. TWO OR THREE OF THE BEST Office Rooms . IN THE CITT. GOOD LIGHT; FINE VIEW; FIREPROOF VAULT WITH EACH OFFICE. PRICES MODER ATE. ! OVER No Snow and poor business doesn't bring money into JJcxige s nans account, ana 9a he has taken his turn at the siinneS- he proposes to keep everything mi out or tne Z snoe, otorcKeaiy nu . . Crying :. - . J ble crowd picking' out "Shoa fiale 1 KnMina Tn lnlrtnir nvor nfnAlr tlnAo broken lines are cut all over tha atM,.; Gaze on the Ladles' Shoes st L1 the Men'a at 87c. See, too the MCJ ' : . H.G.DodaeC;f r-airvc: