IWATERfiURY EVENING DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY. FlSlmiJARY 16 1901
The Han or Men
' "Who caa drink the quantity of drug
tore whiskey in one (lay that those
Jew Haven detectives tiki, and re
member all their doings that day,
. must be a heteroclitical flibbertergib
bet. But the people who are foolish
enough to drink the tea and coffee
which some people are guilty of selling
knocks the spotters sky high. We
can't understand why sensible people
will pay good money for poor tea and
coffee, when they can just as easy
come to our store, and get the good
kind for the same price they pay for
the poor quality elsewhere. Well, the
liquor spies are through witli their
sensational work and the excitement
lias all blown over; now, siiee such is
the case, we hope and trust they have
ebown hundreds, yes thousands of
people, that it's all folly to drink 'in
toxicating drink every time you're
thirsty. It's all nonsense to have such
ideas. .Tust try some good, clean, nice
tasting tea or coffee when you are
- thirsty next time and see how much
happier and contented you will feel.
Itemember, one pound of our Tea will
niake 375 cups of a delicious beverage.
Figure it out and see how much per
cup it costs you. 50 cents per pound
and 4 bars of best soap with eacli
. pound. Say, who would see tlioir
child without a sled in winter, when
you can purchase a good one for 2-1
A Broadway, Tel Call 169-2
: It Is the same with thermo-
meters as with other goods
there are several grades. If
you are looking for an accurate
thermometer, look in grade one,
then you'll find the "Water
town," always accurate, always
Our stock affords you best op
portunity for selection 40 dif
ferent kinds, styles and prices
from 15c to ?2 each almost any
kind of a thermometer you will
need is here ornamental ther
mometers, dairy thermometers,
combination thermometers, in
cubator thermometers, self-registering
one reliable and durable.
P. J. BQLAN,
90-93 Bank Streat.
I "The Shop" if
Cleaning Up of Odds and Ends.
One and two-pair lots of Ruffled
Muslin Curtains, Ruffled Bobinet Cur
tains, Irish Toint Curtains, Brussels
Net Curtains, etc.
AT ABOUT HALF PRICE. ...
. 3Tour Inspection invited. '
n lapalme-Hoffman Co
, l Painters Furnishers Decorators.
' 1 ASS-160 GRAND STREET.
JUST TRY US.
Fine Bulk Coffee8 . 14c lb
. . J.ion Coffee " " 15c lb
jArbuekles, . JUc lb
klocha and Java, Silver Bell, 25c lb
JBest Mocha and Java, 32c lb
3 Cans Fine Jersey Tomatoes, 25c
. 3 Cans Extra Fine Corn, 25c
3 Cans Milk, 25c
t pounds Lard, . " 25c
ure Leaf I,ard, 10c lb
lam Chowder, 10c and 20c can
. YDenham's Extra Jellicon," 10c pk
Finest Syrup in the city, 10c qt
jODried Apples, 10c lb
' Prunes. , 7c to 12c lb
Dried Cherries, 15c 11)
J Globe Family Soap, full 18 oz, 5e cake
f Penn Merchandise Co
118 EAST MAIN ST.
v ' 140 BANK.V
jf' Wow . that the holiday rush ia over
la position to do all kinds of
v- ' '1X!b, CLOCK AND - JEWEI.RI
Jrtns and eagnYlng In a first-class
' CITY NEWS.
Roller skating at the auditorium Sat
urday matinee, Monday evening. .
Try a deep sea. wave at John VC.
Birney's to-night. Phoenix avenue.
Mrs Olive Adams 771 Kingsbury
street was, taken with a paralytic
The funeral of Mrs Ann Dews will
take place from her late home on
Hospital avenue to-morrow, afternoon.
The interment will be in Middlebury.
Charles F. Olin, for the past five
years editor of the New Britain Rec
ord, has taken the managing editor
ship of the Bristol Press and will as
sume the duties of the position on Mon
day. Joseph Farrell, an employe of the
Benedict & Burnham company, got
struck in the face with a bar of metal
this morning, inflicting ugly cuts on
his nose and cheek. Dr Dwyer
dressed the wounds.
Some people who were out of bed
early this morning claim to havejieard
the blue bird. If this be true, the
lmckbone of the winter is broken, but
it would not be wise to discard heavy
garments for a few days more.
The annual meeting of the Burns
club was held last evening and the fol
lowing officers were elected: Presi
dent. Donald McKellar; vice-president,
David Mackie; treasurer, Alex McKay;
financial secretary, Alex Clark; record
ing secretary, Frank Mitchell; trus
tees. Charges Kellie, William Lawson,
Mrs Keough, 194 Baldwin street.
Specials after 6 o'clock: Boys' knee
pants ISc boys' suits, were $1.75,
this evening $1.30; boys' suits, were
$2, this evening $1.0!); one lot ribbon,
was 5c per yard, this evening 3c; one
lot ribbon, were 10c, tin's evening Uc;
gent's camel's hair underwear, "were
75c, this evening 59c.
The funeral of Mrs Ellen Delaney
will take place from the family resi
dence. 25 Wall street, to-morrow af
ternoon at 1:30 o'clock, with service at
the Sacred Heart church and interment
in St Joseph's cemetery. A mass of
requiem will be celebrated for the de
ceased at the Sacred Heart church
Monday morning at S o'clock.
The funeral of William Brennan
took place this morning from the resi
dence of his daughter, Mrs Thomas
Vickers, of North F.hn street, to the
Immaculate Conception church, where
a mass of requiem was celebrated by
the Rev Father McOuane. The inter
ment was in Calvary cemetery. The
bearers were Michael and Richard
Vickers, John MeLinden and Patrick
It is said that the building business
will be better this year than it has
been for some time past. Of course,
the price of labor will be about the
same, but the cost of material will be
considerably less, so that people who
have been holding back on account of
the exhorbitant figures put upon lum
ber ami other things that go to make
a building will lie able to see their
way to going ahead.
James I". Kilmartin and Miss Cer
trude Cutting of Bristol led the march
at the first annual dance an,l sociable
i me i-astime Athletic club in Leaven
worth ball last night. Tile different
committees in charge were made up of
the following persons: .lames V Kil
martin. Joseph Kelly, Arthur 'Herbert.
"N illiam Knnis. "Joseph Quinu. James
F. Kilmartin, grand conductor, assisted
by John Ross. William Funis. Joseph
Kelly, Joseph Quinn and William Car
roll. Preaching at the Third Congrega
tional church by tile pastor, the Rev
Charles E. Granger, at 10:30 a. in. and
7. p. m. to-morrow. Subject of morn
ing sermon, -Hatred," being the third
in a series of four sermons on the fif
teenth diaper of the Gospel according
to St John. Sunday school 11:45; Ju
venile temple. 3 p. m.; C. E. meeting,
G:lo p. 111. Subject of evening ser
mon, "Making Darkness Useful." Fif
teen minutes of praise at evening ser
vice. All are welcome.
An account of a concert given in
Daubury a. few evenings since speaks
as follows of well-known Waterbury
artists: J. J. Derwiu, of Waterbury
made a decidedly favorable impres
sion in banjo and mandolin solos and
shared it with the Misses Byrne, also
of Waterbury, in a trio for two man
dolins and a piano. In his banjo play
ing particularly, Mr Derwiu .shows re
markable dexterity and the two solos
played by him were executed with
excellent taste and expression. Miss
Byrne was one of the accompanists.
A lady of this city who is a prom
inent temperance worker created lit
tle ripple of excitement yesterday by
an absent-minded mistake. Wishing
to enter a place of business in the dry
goods line she pushed open a saloon
door instead of the right one. After
advancing a step or two she was made
aware of her mistake by her surround
ings. She had a bundle under her
cioak wlncn, to a . casual observer.
might have resembled a hatchet and
suggested the thought that Mrs Car
rie Nation had appeared in Danbuw.
There might possibly have been looks
of surprise and apprehension. The
lady did not stay to see, but peacefully
and rather hastily retired. -DanburV
-e . - . . .
An act from the play of "Robert
Emmet," will be given at City hall on
Sunday evening, March 17," at the
grant! entertainment to be given in
honor of St Patrick for the benefit of
the Catholic AVomen's association. The
part of the play given will be the
court room scene where Emmet makes
his immortal speech when asked by
the judge if he has aught to say why
the sentence of death should not be
passed upon him. The court scene will
be faithfully reproduced, the judges,
and attendants being in costume and
the patriot Emmet being in the dress
of the Irish gentleman of his day.
This part will be played by Edward
tu Maloney, who will also have charge
of the stage setting. - v .
The simple announcement that Ed
win Markham will be the speaker at
Jacques opera house next Sunday af
ternoon will doubtless fill the hall with
a great company of Waterbury men
eager to hear America's noted poet and
writer. As the author of "The Man
With the Hoe," Mr Markham hi?s at
tained a fame which comes to few
men. As a sociologist his opinions Of
our country and his writings are wide
ly known. .-, His topic on Sunday will
be unique, "The Teachings of Jesus as
I Understand Them." Questions con
cerning the import of Christ's life and
sayings are occupying the minds of the
deepest thinkers of the day and many
men-will consider it a high privilege
to listen to the views of such a man
as Edwin Markham. ' He proposes to
Introduce omoiluDi of his own com
position In perry 'and at the close of
""- 2 a fJ In the and.
- y r 1 Hk quest loos
SherPan ??. N. E. O. P., held
the regular meeting last evening and
initiated two new- members.
Mrs William Robinson of Beaco.i
street, wife of the jamtor of the
Bishop street school, was seized witn
paralysis yesterday. There is no Im
mediate serious results expected thus
Erwin Holmes, whose case is re
ported in the city court proceedings,
was taken to jail this afternoon with
the other prisoners, he failing to pro
cure the bond ordered by the court for
the support of his wife and children.
Before lie left police headquarters he
asked for his brother, as though he
had expected to get assistance from
The local councils of the K. of C.
will give a union fair in City hall, com
mencing April 22 and continuing six
nights. There will h. $1,000 in cash
ir ze, one tf $ 0) and the '1 est in
small amounts. The committee will
meet in their hall in the Piatt block
to-morrow afternoon and all members
of the order are requested to call there
and take out some of the books.
Mrs Annie Comber, aged 70 years,
died this morning at the hospital for
insane in Middletown. Mrs Comber
has been an inmate of that institution
for about sixteen years. Upon her re
moval there Judge Cowell was ap
pointed her conservator and ever since
has transacted her auairs with benefit
to her estate. Interment will take
place in this city, unless arrangements
that have been made are set aside.
The crosses designed by Thomas I.
Shannahan to mark the graves of de
ceased members of the Holy Name so
ciety are ready at his house, 02 La
fayette street. The Holy Name so
ciety of the Sacred Heart parish will
receive nine and the society connected
with St Francis Xavier's and St Pat
rick's a required number for their
dead. The cross will be known by the
letters "II. X. S." Underneath these
the name of the deceased and the par
ish to which he belonged will appear.
CARPET SALE Still On
Our entire stock (no restriction) of
best quality, 5 frame Body Brussels,
for $1 per vard.
FURNITURE This week Couches
will all have a special marked down
price on them. They are new goods!
Just received for the spring trade.
FANCY ROCKERS-P.ig line of
Oak and Imitation Mahogany, with
velour seats. Price $2.40.
COMBINATION DESKS. Solid oak
with bevel French plate mirror; artis
tic design. This week $14.50.
IIAI.Ii SETTEE. Golden Oak, new
THE L. F. HAASE GO
27-29 CENTER ST.
THE LEADING DECORATORS OB"
THE NAUGATUCK VALLEY.
The entire Building. Six floors.
..TO-NIGHT AND SATURDAY.
Pork Loins 9c lb
Hind Quarter Lamb 8c lb
Fore Quarter Lamb 6c lb
Fancy Chickens 10 and J 2c lb
Prime Rib Roasts J2c lb
Chuck Roasts 7 and 9c lb
AND TRICES CORRESPONDINGLY
LOW OX ALL CUTS.
Cor, to and South Main Sti.
This is our surprise season. At this
time of the year-we must begin to
think about our spring stock and make
shelf room for It. That's why we cnt
shoe prices beyond recognition. That's
why you are in luck if you, need shoes
now. You can buy two shoes for the
price of one. For example," all our
Russet Shoes will be sold out for Man
ufacturers prices, at i-j"- 1
.3. 'J. ; tPjiiBi,
v , 0 Goods
We desire to call your attention ; to.
our Mourning Goods department, ' as
we are giving this department spe
cial attention and are showing a com
plete line of all goods pertaining to
Mourning Hat Wear Crapes, Silks,
Ribbons, Ornaments, trimmed and un
trimmed Hats, are displayed "in pro
fusion, and as usual, the prices "are
right," as they always are. .
I TIj 8 Miller & Peck C o i
Special Prices For Saturday
Night and Monday.
At $1.98 All our Kersey Coats all
satin lined, were .$7.50. '
At 79c Ladies' Skirts, cheviot, were
A t59c Ladies' Calico Wrappers, were
At 49c Black Taffeta Silk, value 59e.
At 75c Cheney Bios' l'oiuted India
Silk, was SSI.
At 7c Ladies' riain Corset Covers.
At 29c Ladies' Xight Robes, value
At 4c Pen and Pencil Pads, from 5c.
At 19c "Hook-on" Hose Supporters,
At 10c Whisk Brooms, value 15c.
At 10c Pure linen H. S. Handker
chiefs, were 20c.
At 19c Perfumes, all odors, fwm 25c.
At 39c Ladies' Milanese Suede Gloves,
At 15c Plain and Dotted Veilings,
were -25c. '
At 10c Xo 12 Satin Back Velvet Rib
bon, value 25c.
At 10c Ladies' Linen Collars, from
At $1.49 Chiffon Boas, were $1.98.
At ISc. 2 for 25c Children's Natural
Gray Ribbed Undershirts and Draw
ers, wore 25c.
At 59c Women's Black Wool Ribbed
Vests, were $1.
At 25c Men's heavy Overschirts, large
sizes only, were 50c.
I53 South Main Street.
Saturday Night and
Monday All Day
All our Xeckwoar at HALF PRICE.
AT .25 CENTS EACH
You can have your choice on all the
Xeck Ties $j the store.
AT -CENTS EACH
Your f-hoi'ce'nlso on all the 25c Band
Bows in all styles and designs, light
or dark colors v
4-ply Linen Collars, 3 for 25c, for
Prof. COULTER, Specialist,
All work fully warranted.
87 Bank St, Waterbury.
XO MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP FOR
A city that gives its people good
streets and keeps them clean, a first
class sewerage systeih, a police de
partment that we fear and respect, a
school system well looked after, a fire
department that sleeps with one evo
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. v ' '
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.
Feb J8 in the
, is 22 J -2c Day
THE FOLLOWING A FEW THAT
Every Monday during-this sale
we will offer at 22y2c a line of
.'tiJ-inch Black Cashmeres, 22V&C
SS-inch Colored Henriettas, 22c
42-inch Colored and Black
30-ineh Fancy Checks, 22V2c
42-inch Fancy Suitings, 22c
Lyon's ToTHh. Power,
Curling Irons, from 5c,
German Knitting Yarn, per skein,
Sateen and Fhamelete Petti
coats, with ruffle,
Accordion plaited and double
Ladies' heavy mercerized Petti
coats, with 4 ruffles,
Ladies' Eiderdown Dressing
Saeques in pink, blue, red and
gray, with shell, embroidered
and ribbon trimmed, from $1,
Ladies' heavy ribbed Underwear,
ests and Pants, from (J9e,
Roys' Fleeced Lined Underwear
Gents' double breasted fleeced
lined Underwear, from 50c,
Gents' strictly all wool Under
wear, double breasted and
Children's School Aprons in lawn
and cross bars, Hamburg ami
rutile trimmed, value 39c, 25c
LADIES' GINGHAM ATRONS.
Amoskeag Aprons, from 25c, 17c
Amoskeag Aprons with bibs, L'5c
Ladies' Wire Bustles, from 39c, 25c
Ladies' Curled Hair Bustles with
hip pads, 25c
Ladies' - Fleeced Lined Gloves,
from 39c, 25c
Ladies' Kid Gloves in pretty col-
Ladies' Corsets, finely made,
from 50c, - 24c
Ladies' Short Hip Corsets in pink,
blue, gray and white, from
Ladies' R. & G., W. B. and P.
,W. Corsets, 75c
We also have a fine line of Braids
and Dress Trimmings.
Little Gents' Calfskin Shoes,
double sole extension welt, ;
patent back stays, regular. $1
Youths'., heavy "Calf Shoes, dou
ble sewed and riveted soles,
patent back stays, bulldog toes,
regular $1.50 shoes, $1.19
Misses' fine Kid and Box Calf
Shoes, kid and patent . tips,
every pair warranted, regular
$1.50 goods, $1.19
Women's Patent Strap Sandals,
the dollar kind, " C9c
Women's heavy Kid Shoes, dou
ble soles, modern-last, button
or lace, regular $1.25 shoe, . $1.19
VNEW SHOPPING MART.
142-14414G-148 SOUTH MAIN ST.
Opposite Scovlll Streeb
OpftWttU .Watoirbnrjr National But
97-1 Bi Strut
, . $
Only . about 10 dozen though, so before the
shouting is over they ought to gone they're cross
JONES, MORGAN & GO.
I? the last night of our Annual Sale the largest,
and greatest value giving sale of high grade cloth
ing ever inaugurated by any retail house in the
YOU CAN ANTICIPATE
Your future wants in justice to yourself you ;
shouldn't do otherwise and opportunity such
as we offer at this sale doesen't present itself '
$12 Overcoats, Sale Price $6.50,
$9 Suits, Sale Price $4,75 v
JONES, MORGAN & 00.
We invite you to call and advise you to keep your bauds in your
pockets and hold fast to your purse as your eye roams over our stock.
It's a temptation to part with your cash.
Everything For Housekeeping.
FURXITCnE, CARPETS. CROCKERY,. STOVES, RANGES, LAMPS,
PICTURES, RUGS, PORTIERES, LACE CURTAINS, ETC.
1901 Styles In GcGarts,
All ready for your inspection. Our low prices are better than argu
ments, and appeal with stronger force than columns of talk with
nothing to back them.
UNDERTAKING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
Night Call District Office, No 5 East Main Street. Telephone C05-3.
Boston Furniture Co
i 111 SOUTU
CASH OR CREDIT.
BEADLESTON & WOERZ, .
Imported Lager Beer on Draught at
T. E. GUEST'S. S5 South Main St.
DO YOU KNOW ABOUT THAT
Down J Sale
of LADIES' AND MISSES' SUITS,,
CLOAKS, JACKETS,' SKIRTS, ETC,
now going on at : Weinstein's? four
regular customers know that our an
nual reduction to reduce stock to
make room for spring , goods is a
genuine bargain sale.-We want; everybody-
to know it. .: Come and see us.
-HO SO KAIN STREET.
From Street to Strati eSst;
We Think these values
will tempt any mother
who hasa boy to clothe.
Fancy Shirts with stiff
bosoms for jOc not reg
ular !)OC shirts mind you
but 7c and $1 ones for
OC. , , '
And stupidity cannot jeopardize your
life and property when your houses,
hotels or stores are lighted by elec
tricity. It is the cheapest, cleanest
and best mode of lighting that has yet
been discovered. AVe are at your ser
vice for anything in this line. All
work done according to the Eire Un
New England Engineering GoV
1 38 GRAND STREET. ' "
when I have
The writer surely hopes he has t
same effect on his other friends.; Bot
Dodse and his clerks strive fa make t
arid KEEP the Big Shoe Store J Usi
AS LIVELY. While we do, Dodgers
business . will continues ! its . rapd
growth. As a rule, Dodge's, . Shoes'
NEED NO PUSHING, but just noW
all slow movers are having an EXTRA'
-1S1IOO" PUSH. See the erowJ owt
in the bitter cold of Wednesday night,"
and appreciate that Dodge Shoes "Dp'
MOVE.!' Just 2 weeks more of thlV
-then Spring PERHAPS. . -
Great - Dote
84-ae south MAiN'aTBKrrwj'
I Bank fiUlrrtjr in U, 8. & '
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