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-' can drink the quantity of drug tore whiskey in one day that those ; Xew Haven detectives did, and , re member all their doings that day, must be a heteroclitieal flibbertergib bet. - But the people who are foolish enough to drink the ten and coffee which some people are guilty of selling kBOCKS me spoilers wiiy uigii. c 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 with their sensational work and the excitement has all blown over; now, since such is the case, we hope and trust they have shown 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, Just try some good, clean, nice Tasting; tea ov coffee when you are thirsty next time and see how much happier and contented you will feel. Remember, one pound of our Tea will make 375 cups of a delicious beverage. Figure it out and see how much per cup it costs you. 5i t cents per pound and 4 bars of best soap with each pound. Say, who would see their child without a sled in winter, when you can purchase a good one for 24 cents at nrir-T mnofTl STORE rniiLAix o a li Ercafeay, Tel Call 189-2 j ccurate Thermometers. 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 reliable. Our stock affords you best op i portunity for selection 40 dif ferent kinds, styles and prices from 35e to $2 each almost any kind of a thermometer you will neefl is here ornamental ther mometers, dairy thermometers, combination thermometers, in cubator thermometers, self-registering thermometers; every one reliable and durable. P. J, 90-93 Bank Sfraat. I "The Shop" i Cleaning Up of Odds end Ends. LACE CURTAINS. One and two-pair lots of Kuflled Muslin Curtains, Ruffled Eobinet Cur tains, Irish Point Curtains, Brussels JCet Curtains, etc. AT ABOUT HALF PRICE. ..Sour inspection invited. nelapalme-Hofflnan Co painters Furnishers Decorators' 15S-1C0 GRAND STREET. .The Prescription Department ; . Of this store keeps pace with advanced medical science. No matter how un usual the ingredients of a prescription may be, we will fill it properly. We keep the drugs for it and the best, freshest and purest of them. NUGENT'S PHARMACY WEST THE OPTICIAN. 140 BANK. REPAIRING .Now that the holiday rush is over in are In a position to do all kinds of -!WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELRY ftfelrffi4r Anil mnrrmv1wnr fn a first-olnca i CITY NEWS. Watch Moriarty's undertaking bills and si?e what you save. . Roller skating at the auditorium Sat urday matinee, .Monday evening. The Waterbury Driving association will hold its annual meeting in the office of Dr Bland's infirmary to iiighi. Music at tbo ieo rink to-night fur nished by American band. Mas querade postponed until Thursday night. The feast of Our Lady of Lourdes was observed at the Ifihinn church yesterday. The pastor, the Rev Father Karntn, preached a very Instructive sermon. McLean's orchestra will furnish music and Prof Harper will prompt at the fourth anniversary entertainment of the Washington Hill Athletic club tonight. Charles Jackson & Son have been awarded the contract for the cut stone in connection with the new block to be built on Prospect street by F. H. xiciuunrey. The Nassau club gave another eu- i joyable sociable in their rooms on Wolcott street Saturday evenings A large number was present and passed a pleasant time. Bishop Tierney's circular relative to iho collection to be taken up next Sun day for the maintenance of the negro and Indian missions was read in all tile churches yesterday. II. B. Huntington of the 1901 class at Yale and G. S. Hurst, Yale, 1903. were the speakers at the union meet ing of the First and Second Congre gational churches last night. Cynthia Jencks, aged 85 years, died last night at her home on North Main street. The funeral will take place Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, with interment in Pine Grove ceme tery. , Two hundred and twenty-five boys, in charge of Superintendent Combel-lac-k, attended the performance of "Alice in Wonderland at Poll's theater Saturday evening, by invitation of the St John's church people. Their enjoy ment of the entertainment was intense and their behavior throughout the evening unexceptionable. After reading the Lenten regula tions at St Francis Xavier's church yesterday. Father -Fitzsimons gave a practical talk upon how people should behave during the season of fasting and prayer. He warned young people to keep away from places of amuse ment and counseled heads of families to et a good example in the home by reciting the rosary while all the family are together. Devotions will be held at the church every AVednesday and Friday evening during Lent at 7:'M o'clock. Fay Sawdey, the 3 4-y ears-old son of Charles Sawdey of the Republican fell from the third story of one of the buildings now iu course of construction on North Riverside street, near West Main street, yesterday after noon, and sustained a severe concussion of the brain. He was picked up unconscious and taken to the family residence. SU1 West Main st-i-ei. Dr Pomeroy was called and worked over the boy for an hour or so before he regained consciousness. It was a miracle how the boy ..escaped being killed. William Mohor, who was stabbed by an angry Italian in the Arlington house in Ansonia some days ago. is doing well. Mohor is well known here. He has a cousin and namesake in business on North Elm street. He was passing through the pool rooms in the Arling ton, when the Italian, a general utility man around the place, rushed at him with a cheese knife. Mohei- parried the blow by raising his hand to hid face, so that instead of receiving the blow in the throat, he got in broadside across the forehead. The funeral of Mrs Thomas Delaney took place yesterday afternoon, with service at the Sacred Heart church and interment in St Joseph's cemetery. The bearers were D. P. Noonan. Pat rick Cosgrove, TbuTiias Bohannan. John Mulville, Terrence Downey and Edward Tracey. The floral offerings included a handsome piece lettered 'Grandma." a basket of roses and a sheaf of wheat from grandchildren of the deceased, mound and wreath, em ployes of the packing department of the Waterbury Button Co and lilies from Mrs David Carpolile of New York. The "Waterbury Republican'' is of fered for sale. It. was established in and has had an interrupted ex istence since. It came into the hands of the owners of the "Waterbury American" several years ago, and has Ijten set up and printed by the me chanical plant of that paper for some time though with a distinct editorial force. Such a close association be tween a mugwump and .a republican paper has been attended by some em barrassment and has tended to dis credit the "Republican's" political good faith. A separation seems de sirable and has been decided upon. Hartford Courant. Saturday afternoon Sanitary Inspec tor Moses started to fumigate the Lo cust street school and had the work about half finished when bis machine gave out and came near destroying the eyesight of the jattitor, Thomas Fitz ackery, who was watching the harm less looking thing when one of the ' pipes on the inside burst, letting the liquid in which caused the stuff to tiy in all directions, and had It not been for the presence of mind of the in spector, who extinguished the light be fore the fluid had time to reach it, it would be hard to tell what might have happened. The smoke from the tank was so penetrating that "it almost cut the eyes out of the janitor, and while the pain soon disappeared still it Is safe , to state that he will remember the sensation for some time. The re mainder of the work will be -attended to to-morrow. The funeral of the late Dr Joseph Werner took place yesterday afternoon from bis late home on South Main street, with services at the house and at the grave by the Rev F. D. Buckley of Trinity church. ' The attendance was large and included many promi nent officials, among whom were Mayor Edward G. Kilduff, City Clerk M. J. Ryan, Town Clerk F. P. Brett and delegations from the Medical so-, ciety, the Concordia Singing society, Court Richard Wagner, F. of A.; N. E. O. P.. Martin Hellmann lodge, D. O. II., Thomastoa LInderkranz and Tor rington Germania. The Honorary bear ers were Dr Hayes, Dr Donahue, Dr Castle, Dr Barber, Dr Rodman and Dr Benedict.: . The active bearers were Henry Doerr, M. Vogt, Frederick Gross. Paul Fritscli and August Flege. The floral offerings were very hand some and included a handsome piece representing a lyre - with a broken string from the Coneordias. The Con cordia Singing society rendered appro- ptlate t,wC flclsa it ca interment was ' Lent . begins next Wednesday. - This is au excellent time to make some good resolutions. - ' An anniversary requiem high mass will be celebrated at the Sacred Heart church to-morrow morning at S o'clock for the late Mrs Bridget Keen an of William street. . . , To-morrow night at the . Salvation Army hall. Grand street, corner Bank, a unagie lantern service will be held for children only. The pictures will in clude movable effects, miscellaneous views and a set of slides on the princi pal events of the Bible. Admission will be free and the meeting will com mence at 7 and not 8 as usual. Parents who bring their children will be admit ted, though the evening is practically set apart for a children's service. There will be no meeting to-night. The members of the Merrimac Atb ltic club and their lady friends enjoyed a 'bus ride to Straitsville Saturday evening. On arriving there all did jus tice to a splendid repast. After the feast, amusements of all sorts were enjoyed. Songs were rendered in a pleasing manner by the Misses Annie Shea, Mamie Healey, Mamie Piggott, Annie Hartey and Lizzie Farrell; also by William Ghent. William McDonald, James Downey and Edward Hayes. A recitation by Michael Slavin was the hit of the evening. The local councils of the Knights of Columbus have arranged matters so that a meeting will be held in Iv. of C. hall. Piatt block. East Main street, every Tuesday night and Sunday after noon the year round. The different councils will meet as follows: Sheridan council, third Tues day and first Sunday: Barcelona coun cil, first Tuesday and third Sunday; Hendrieken council, second Tuesday and fourth Sunday: Mulcaby council, fourth Tuesday and second Sunday. This order will fix matters so that vis iting Knights will always be sure of finding the headquarters open twice a Areek at least. Sheridan council will meet to-morrow night. CARPET SALE SiiS! On Our entire stock (no restriction) of best quality, 5 frame Body Brussels, for $1 per yard. 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. Big line of Onk and Imitation Mahogany, with velour seats. Price S2.40. COMBINATION DESKS. Solid oak with bevel French plate mirror; artis tic design. This week 14.50. HALL SETTEE. Golden. Oak, new goods, $3.73. THE L. F. HAASE CO 27-29 CENTER ST. THE LEADING DECORATORS OF. THE NAUGATUCK VALLEY. The entire Building. Six fioora. Just a About our Butter and Eggs. Butter is in 1 lb prints, full weights and straight creameries Our Litchfield sells at 21c lb or S lbs for $1 and is a winner. Other creameries from 23c to 30c lb. EGGS are strictly fresh and prices low. Castle's Market Cor, Union ui South Main St: FREE DELIVERY. Phone connection. Some Shoe Surprises W ord 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 cut shoe prices beyond recognition. That's why you afe in luck if you need shoes now. . Tou can buy two shoes for the price of one. For example, all our Russet Shoes will be sold out for Man ufacturers prices, at .. -S. J, FINN, f-'v, L '-''"'" W V ' Mourning Goods 0 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, Saks, Ribbons, Ornaments, trimmed and un trlmmed Hats, are displayed in pro fusion, and as usual, the prices "are right," as they always are. I. CHASE, o S lIMfilleriPecrCo a -o- oac-oa New Arrivals Fa I In the Cloak-room. There is al ways an attractiveness about new Suits and Waists. It is refreshing to look, at these becoming styles for laOl. WOMEN'S WAISTS. AT 1.98 Made of Albatross, with stitched plaited back, tucked front, bishop sleeves, all lined, in all the new shades. NEW WASH GOODS. Including Foulards, Ginghams. Sat teens, Silk Ginghams, Crepes and French Madras. BLACK DRESS GOODS. AT 49c 10 pieces All Wool Serge, val ue 09c. AT 75c 50-iueh All Wool French Cheviot, value QSe. AT 9Sc We picked up from an im porter 2o pieces Wool Goods, in cluding Venetians,' Homespuns, Cheviots, Satin Cloth and Armure, value SI. 25. FUR NECK SCARFS. Fine Furs at reduced prices, including Near Seal. Mink, Sable. Fox. Alaska. Seal, Marten aDd Stone Marten. TRIMMINGS AND 'NECKWEAR. Our assortment is most varied and prices .very moderate. -o ' a OC0000 H5HOCH3t CKUM A. MAILHIOT, 153 South Main Street. ADVANVE SALE OF MEN'S AND WOMEN'S SPRING? Fancy Hose. AT 10c pair Men's Fancy Striped Hose, in al colors, also iu solid color. Spring price 15c. At 12ic pair Ladies' Fancy Hoee in drop stitclt. or plain, black or white foot, striped or figured. Spring Xirice 19c. Trp our Double Knee Children's Hose for 10c a pair. They are worth 12c OPTICIAN! Prof. COULTER, Specialist, All work fully warranted. 87 Bank St, Waterbury. NO MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP FOR This Rooster A city that gives, its people good streets and keeps them clean, a lirst 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 fur nish us with pure water is doing all the work that a city was ever intend ed to do. Kelly's Chocolate Chips. You know all about these so I have only to mention that I1 have ,them fresh every afternoon. The snappy brittleness and well pre served flavor of these thin confections has given them an immense circula tion. '- '. THE BAKER. CONLON BROS. NEW SHOPPING MART. 142-148 South Main Straat. After Inventory Sale. Dress TL'ESDAV, FEBRUARY 9th, W-ill be our Remnant Day, when wo will place on sale all Remnants now on hand, and those accumulated dur ing this sale, at prices that will be sure to clear them out. A description would be impossible, as the assort ment is so large, but rest assured this day will be a great feature of the sale. Cloak Values For Tuesday, .Prices at the Lowest Ebb. Fur Cloih Coats and Capes, all al one third their price. Positively every Jacket, Cape, long or short, Automobile, either fur or cloth, must take wings during this sale, no matter what the sacrifice. 10 Ladies' Tan Mixed Jackets and other Odd Sample Jackets. OSe. Ladies' All Wool Pebble Cheviots, Kersey Cloth aud Cheviot Jackets, cheap for $5 to $7.50. $1.9$. Our Fine Jackets aud Automobiles are put iu two lots. Lot 1 comprises Hie latest up-to-date styles of all wool Kersey Cloth Jackets, silk lined, in blacks, tans, browns and blues, worth $7, $4.50. Lot 2 comprises All Wool Kersey Cloth Jackets and Automobiles, silk lined throughout, cluster stitched, latest up-to-date styles, $5.98. Ladies' Cloth Capes. Ladies' Golf Capes, cheap for $5. $2.05 Ladies' All Wool Kersey Cloth Capes, golf effects, silk lined, were $9, $4.50 Ladies' All Wool Kersey Cloth Capes, flounce and braid trimmed, were $10, $5.75 Ladies' Extra Fine Golf Cloth Capes, latest styles, were $1, $0.25 Ladies' Extra Fine Kevsev Cloth Satin Lined Capes, Golf Styles, with three shoulder capes or silk lined hood, stylish, dressy garments, were $15 to $22, $S.9S Imported Sample Capes, were $25 vto $39, for half price. Ladies' Electric Seal Fur Jackets. were $25, $14.98 Ladies' London Dyed Near Seal Fur Jackets, Skinner Satin Lined, were $42, $23.9S Ladies' Extra Fine Near Seal Fur Jackets, were $43. $2S.00 Ladies' Stylish Short Astrachan Fur Jackets, real value $29, $18.88 Ladles' XXX Fur Astrachan Fur Jackets, 22 and 24 inches long, real value $45, $27.50 24-inch Black Fox Fur Capes, were $10.50, . $5.98 Ladies' 30 Inches Long Astrachan Fur Capes, were $19, $8.50 Ladies' 30 Inch Extra Fine Astrachan Fur Capes, very full sweep, were ' $27, $1S.50 Ladles' 30 Inches long very fine Near Seal Fur Capes, cheap for $C5, $35.00 CONLON BROS! NEW SHOPPING MART. 142-144140-148 SOUTH MAIN ST. Opposite ScotUI Street.. Opposite Waterbury. National , Bank. 1 imm Bmfeit-jFrom Strast g " 1 r ft? H Sit Derby s, and Spring Cravatings for men Spring Suits and Spring Novelties for youths and children plenty of them here already 'many more to follow. 1 1 ft 8 JONES, MORGAN & GO. Our $3.00 Spring 1901. All the styles that Dame Fashion sanctions not one but all of them all the goodness it's possible to crowd into a hat, as there's no corner on good felt and trimmings we buy the best money can buy. We Except Not Anybody From anywhere when it's n mixtion of wpnr. v& and quality in a 83 Derby, we promised to give you a derby for 3 instead of $J that would make you wonder why there should be $3 derbys. Did we do it? The answer is in an ever increasing army of our $3 hat wearers. JONES, MORGAN & CO. COME TO OUR Great Weekly Sale On Saturday You can see the finest display of meats, in the Siate. All Cuts of BEEF, LAMB and VEAL Marked Low. A Special Drive in RIB ROASTS, also CHICKENS, FOWLS and TURKEYS. M ammoth Market Co 153-155 BANK STREET. TELEPHONE CONNECTION. EEADLESTON & WOERZ, Imported Lager Beer on Draught at T. E. GUEST'S. 95 South Main St. 'Phone 239-5. Nl, Bergin & Sons UNDERTAKERS, First class Funeral Goods always kept in stock. Prompt attention day or night. Night calls answered by Thomas F. Bergin, 75 South Elm street; John J. Bergin, 273 South Main street, house 102 Walnut street, or District Messenger office, S East Main street. A Long Felt Want Filled. A lowering device foi? the cemetery; no risk in lowering the body;'does the work without pallbearers; perfectly .safe; have used it in more than 200 cases. The only one used in Water bury cemeteries. Rubber Tired Ambulance On Call' First class Rubber Tired Hacks. Ev erything up to date. Camp chairs to rent. ,. , - - . . Telephone at store and house. . . '''' OH to Streal i sTBst. It's, our business . to think ahead we thought of spring way back in early winter, thought so much about it that this early we can show some, stunning creations for Spring want to hear about them Spring PPwOMPT DELIVERY. IGNORANCE And stupidity cannot jeopardize your life aud 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. We are at your ser vice for anything in this line. All Work done according to the Eire Un derwriters' specifications. THE New England Engineering Go. I38 GRAND STREET. Read luesC The writer surely hopes he has th! same effect on his otlier friends. Bot Dodge and his clerks strive to mak and fCEEP the Big Shoe Store JUS'J AS LIVELY. While we do. Dodge's business will continues its ,x rapid growth. As a rule, Dodge's Shoes NEED NO PUSHING, but, just now all slow movers are having an EXTRA "SHOO" PUSH. See the crowd oui in the "bitter cold of Wednesday night. and appreciate that Dodge Shoes 'DO -5IOVE." .lust- 2 weeks more of tail V then Spring PERHAPS. Great - Dodge S4-S6 SOUTH MAIN STREET. .1 Bank St Stairwaj la U. 8. Ce' Derby DODGE Ads when I have TheB ? -' - sj -5iVtS.A--'"