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Dry Goods Co. Saturday v - the day roa FURNISHING GOODS FOR Men, Women and Children Read each item of the follow ing, there is a saving to be -made in every one of them. MEN'S FURNISHINGS? See display in north window of Men's Pert-aU. Shirts, with two separate collars and 1 pair of cuffs, on sale only for Saturday at 43c. Men's Fancy Web Suspenders, made of 00c quality webbing, ail with, fine leather ends, Saturday 23c. . Men's fancy Socks, advance styles, value J3c, Saturday 2 pairs for 25c . LADIES' HOSIERY: Sec- display in south windoyv of Ladies' last black Hermsdoif Stockings, extra quality, regular price 33 or :; pairs for .fl, Satur day's price per pair 23c. Ladies' fast r.lack Stockings, our 21c quality, Saturday 15c. Ladies' line gauge, fast black Stockings, value 12c, Saturday, per pair, Sc. RIBBONS AND NECKWEAR: New and elegant Neck Ribbons of washable taffeta, fancy figure, striped and Dresden effects, regu lar price 25c, only for Saturday, jer yard, 10c. New effects in Hair Ribbons, value Oc, per yard 5e. Chenille" String Ties with spikes and slide, all colors, value 19c, Sat urday 10c. Silk Turnover Collars, broidered ends, value Saturday 13c. silk 23e, em only Yenise Lack Turnover value 20c, Saturday Tile. Collars, CORSET COVER SPECIAL ONE LOT of line Corset Covers, SLIGHTLY SOILED, Marguerite style, trimmed with lace and Ham burg, Saturday 33e. NIGHT GOWNS: Women's Cambric Night Gowns, empire style, full length and width, trimmed with Hamburg in sertions, Saturday 49c. NAINSOOK CHEMISE: Women's line Nainsook Chemise, trimmed with dainty ribbon and beading, Saturday 73c. CROCHET SKIRTS: Women's Crochet and Knit Skirts in pink, blue, black and cardinal, . with fancy border, Saturday 45c. All wool Crochet Skirts, gray, with black, blue, pink and red border, Saturday 79c. CORSETS: "The Saxon" Corset, white, with lavender flowers, sizes 20, 21. 22, 23, 24, special for Saturday 35c. AVe carry all the popular and lead- - ing makes in STRAIGHT FRONT ERECT FORM CORSETS, W. B., R. G., P. D., Nemo, J. B.. F. P.. - Princess of Wales, Kabo and Thompson's, at special prices for SitinYIn v JN THE CLOAK DEPARTMENT: Ladies' fine Kersey Jackets, lined throughout and well tailored, worth $0.50, for Saturday ?2.50. Black Freize Capes, edged with fur and braid, trimmed, worth $5, for Saturday $1.98. Mohair and Serge Skirts, lined with percaline and velvet bound. Inverted pleats in back, worth $2.75, for Saturday ?1.50. ' Walking and Rainy Day Skirts, - made of double texture golf suit- - Ing, deep facing and several rows of stitching around the -bottom, worth $7.50, for Saturday $1.73. Flannel and ' Brilliantine Waists, . lined throughout, full front, Trimmed with gilt buttons, -worth flSc, for Saturday C9c. Ladies' Percale nouse Wrappers - In light and dark colors, deep v -.- flounce, around the bottom, waist enatly trimmed, worth $1, for Sat urday Vae. . GREAT SHOE VALUES: - Women's $1.50 Shoes, ; made of firm Dongola stock, common sense and opera toes, special Saturday $1.19. . j Women's $3 Patent Leather and . black glazed Kid Shoes In A, B and C widths light, flexible and ' medium weight soles, special Sat ' urday $1.C9. Men's one-buckle heavy fleece "lined Arctics, most all sizes, spe cial for Saturday 9Sc. . ; Vfan'o SI rn1f SL-In Slrvoa In lono and congress, band sewed, special - Hat-M-day ?1.S. ' 4' '''Boys' and Youths' $1.G0 Calfskin :'' and Box Calf Shoes, sizes 11 to .7 . solid lea ther soles and coun 1 tr&, special Saturday $1.45. '-Sttsses and Children's Black Kid ! ad Box Calf Shoes, sizes 8 to V-'Y Jkvt sole with Inner and ont t . r lsck stays, special Saturday wlfc . " i - - r .-;( v $1.00 Per Week " ' Payments i She's a Slick Looking Woman. "Well, why shouldn't she be? She has an account at the big store of style, quality asd credit and any wo man who has that can always win ad miration from others. This old-fashioned way of wanting something for weeks before you can get money enough together to get it is played out. Nowadays the sensible woman comes straight to us; we don't ask for cash; we rlon't want cash. We simply aid her in her work of se lecting whatever she requires and she pays for it at her convenience. Alll sorts of women's over garments are sold here at prices that make the cash stores wonder "how we do it." Just now our special prices on Men's Overcoats and Ladies' Jackets keeps business moving. Guarantee Credit Clothing Co. 33 East riain Street. 15 PHOENIX --VENUE. A. F COVVLES With the advent of favorable weath er yve yviil display a few Trimmed Hats for spring yvenr. We have them (only a few) noyy ready to be admired. They yvill give you a fair idea of the style which yvill be wel comed by many as a sensible and prac tical Hat. We are this week hunting the New York market for latest Paris ideas in Millinery Materials. Only a leyv Winter Hats left 99c. S1 4 S-J nnil S2 99 These iirices save you lots of money and a big loss to us. 53-C3 CENTER STREET. K. Dougherty CMdrens White Aprons Very pretty Aprons, made of fin', lawn, trimmed with lace, all sizes from 4 to 12, 49c. Also, very nice Aprons in line lawn. lace trimmed, all sizes, lrom 4 to 1 25c. A feyv dozen Gents' four-ply liuen Collars, odd sizes, regular 15c- yuality. noyv 5c. K. Dougherty 143 SOUTH MAIN STREET. THE BKST SHOES ON EARTH. There is a way of being absolutely sure that Hie Shoes you buy are worth at least as much as you pay for them, ion may not be able to tell good leather from bad: you may not know the difference between a high grade shoe and an article of rougher make, and yet it is your own fault if you are imposed upon. Vou cannot be expect ed to detect those differences, but you can at least take the precaution of making your purchases where misrep resentations are never for a moment tolerated. Vou will bo more than pleased with our $1.98 Shoes. CONN BOOT SHOE CO., 23 EAST MAIN STREET. Floral Designs FOR ...Funerals... FURNISHED ON SHORT NOTICE. DALTOM &CO, 199 Bank Street. PRICHARD BUILDING, Telephone 201-3. tierculine Malt INSURE HEALTH. APPETITE, GOOD DIGESTION, STRENGTHENS IHB NERVOUS SYSTEM. lc Utile, $1.75 a Cozen. ODD FELLOWS BLOCK. Kext Door to P. O. . - ZfTOIES KENT 'One 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 aud yon want It deepened, we can do it for you. and do It right. - , 104 BANE ST. .-: - Ed. Ockles. S I.G:N;S Cbt!i. Pcpsiv Csnjs, etc. 100 Go -Carts AND Baby Of the latest and up-to-date Patterns. Look in our Window. No such showing ever made in this city before. lARTY'S WATERBURY FURNITURE CO HOUSE FURNISHERS end UNDERTAKERS Eroadway, Kext Poll's Theater. Lakeview Pure Spring Water, W. N. & T. B. KORAN, Prop Prompt and Efficient Service. North Cooke Street T. W. M'GARRY & CO t y t ' The Women of Waterbury and Vicin ity will be interested in the new Millinery and Fancy Goods Store, which will be opened Wednes day, March (J, in, the store former ly occupied by J. Buckner. Full particulars will be given in this space later. T. W. McGarry & Co. 1 Public Market 161-163 SOUTH mm Pork Loins, by the strip, 8c lb. Roasting Chickens, Native Dressed Fowls, Native Turkeys, a fine selection of Oven Roasts, cut from fine beef, marked low for Saturday. We are selling nice Eggs at 17c per doz TELEPHONE 110. THE WHITE STORE Lucy & Fitzgerald, ct-fo- I4l in coll .f8 - 81 bhoe Distributors SEE THAT YOUR SHOES COME FROM THE , Distributors , They sell the best and their prices are the lowest Boys' Shoes at $1 OO that are all solid. Shoes Shined Free. a- SIS'- n an u 18 Lucy & Fitzgerald, " 116. $TATE STREET, '" 88 BANK STREET, , NEW -LONDON OIN. WATB8BUBY, CONN. Heather A. j. Predictions We shall soon have some warm, spring-like days, and then you will begin to think of doing your spring papering, etc. We have been all winter preparing for that time, and we are fully equipped to meet every demand In that line. Wall Papers of every grade and price; Room Moulding to match every paper. The Ziglatzki-Marks Co LEADING PAINTERS AND DEC ORATORS. , ' 86 South Main Street Thone 711-3. STILL COMING A number of entire neyv beginning pupils are still joining the four large evening classes. You can also, by tak ing a feyv private lessons to commence with, or take a course of six strictly private lessons where the fashionable Glide Waltz is taught. Any hour daily. Two-step and other fancy dances. Learn now what you must in the near future aud lose your -wallflower" title. PROF. BAILEY. 108 Bank Street. It Happens That we've got a good many $2.00 Men's Shoes. more than we ought to have, so to reduce them they go on sale to-day for one week at $1.48 a pair. They're made of fine Satin Calf, Congress and Lace, cap and plain toe, with good solid soles. We Unoyv these shoes are great yvearers because we've sold so many of them. Come in. We'd like "to have you see them. 3.00 Men's Calf Shoes, Goodyear wejt, ' $1.98 $3.50 Men's Russia Calf Shoes, heavy soles, $2.48 Have you seen our Bargain Table V Many good shoes cheap. I J. 6. MILE & S 73-75 Bank Street. WATERBURY. J :-:"!! Public Market MAIN STREET. H0RZ CANDIDATES. Their Friends Wondered When Their Names Were Not on List.- In the article published in yester day's Democrat regarding prospective candidates for fhe office of mayor tyvo names were inadvertantly omitted, Dr John F. Hayes and John J. McDonald, both of whom have hosts of friends in all sections of the town, and while the gentlemen appear to be saying nothing about politics. It is said that their men ate at work In their interest and will be heard from at the - proper time. Some of our republican friends have been beard from in reference to what was said about probable candidates for the office of mayor on their side of fhe house. They thought it was all right except the statement that there is bad feeling between Harry Durant and John P. Kellogg. Who caid there was? That's hoyv things get twisted. There was a strong hint in the article referred to that Mr Durant and the Kellogg faction were not on the best of terms. This ' might be true even though the two men wve the best friends in the world. It is no guess work to state that there are men as sociated with John P. Kellogg whom the prosecutor would like to see in the penitentiary, but this does not mean that he desires to see Brother Kellogg under lock and key. The re publicans are very much concerned over the fate of consolidation. They want to see It pass, but most of them are afraid to say so. At present no one is willing to father it. Not long ago some one accused W. L. Hall of being responsible for it. but he indig nantly denied the imputation then and there, and later published a card to that effect. The republicans are look ing at the question in this way: If it passes there will be so much dissatis faction on the outside we'll be buried next fall. If it should be defeated the people will say they need not thank us for their deliverance and they'll pile onto us all the same, so that the politicians don't knoyv which way to turn. The man who kept his mind to himself on consolidation made no mis take, that is provided he yvauts a po litical office. WOULD-BE ASSASSIN'S RECORD. St Petersburg. March 1. Karpovich. yvho shot at and wounded the minister of public instruction. M. Bogoliepoft. last Wednesday, while the minister was' holding a reception, and who was subseauently arrested, was expelled from the Moscow university in 1S00 for taking part in the students' riots there. He was also expelled irom tne Dornat university for the same rea sons in 1898. and studied at the Berlin university in 1000. GOVERNOR OF TRANS VA At. Cape Town. March 1 Sir Alfred Miluer started northward yesterday to take up bis neyv duties as governor of the Transvaal and the Orange River Colony. That Pretty China of Yours Ought to be better dispayed than to be in a closed cupboard somewhere. OUR HANDSOME CHINA CLOSETS would show it off to advantage. They lend an added charm that causes ad miring glances at your dining room by every guest. Make a show of hospital ity and are in themselves a decoration otherwise unobtainable. A score of pretty styles now ready for you to se lect from. They're priced a little low er than we've ever offered them at be fore. Some beautiful pieces from ?15 to $25-. Others higher some lower priced. .Tust received a handsome lot of New Sideboards. Come and see them to day. THE Hampson-Sellew Furniture Co TVaterbury's best Furniture Store. 154-150 GRAND STREET. Dr. E. R. Patzold, SURGEON DENTIST. Fine Gold and Silver Fillings. Geld Crown and Bridge Work A SPECIAL TY. Prices very moderate. Satisfac tion guaranteed. Consultation In Eng lish or German. . 60 BANK STREET, Waterbury, Ct. If you bare any trouble With your fillings come to us. as we give a WRITTEN GUARANTEE that they will stay. DENTISTRY. Dn. s. vr. cxxxpxxAzr, SI CENTER ST. - If LOWER PRICES AT JACQUES. A Reduced Scale For the Rest of the Season. Announcement is made that by ar rangement between Manager Jean Jacques and the theatrical syndicate. whieh controls the bookings at Jacques opera house, a reduced, scale of prices will go into effect there for the remainder of the season. The matinee prices yvill continue the same 10 and 20 cents but the price of sofas will be raised to 'M cents, while in the evening prices will be 10, 20 and 30 cents and 50 cents for sofas. Pres ent prices, which have prevailed the past three seasons, the 15, 25, 3o and SO cents, all but the three last rows In the parquet being 50 cents. It will ue seen, therefore, that a very sub stantial reduction has been made. The reason of the change is trace able to the great disparity that has been noticeable this season in the re ceipts from the matinee and evening performances. It was found that the matinees were very large, while the attendance in the evening showed a great falling off, making it. almost im possible for the visiting companies to piny a profitable engagement here. Should the expected results ensue from the reduced scale, which wfU be kept in operation for the remainder of this season, it will be continued next season and indefinitely. The scale goes into effect on Monday, and with two such extraordinary attractions as 'Chattanooga" and -At Piney Ridge" tobegin with the effects ought to be noticeable at once. Mentioned His Horses in His Will. A remarkable yvill, made by the ate Francis H. Wood, of San Francisco, Oal., has been filed in the county of 5ce, as he oyvned $3,000 worth of property here. His estate is valued at about $000,000. The yvill is com posed of 50 pages of legal cap paper, has 44 codicils, and Mr. Wood yvrote every yvord of it himself. In the yvill everybody about his home was re membered. The servants, from the loyvest up, were not forgotten, and even his family team of horses yvas provided for. The section relating to the horses reads: "My family team of horses, yvho have been so faithful, but yvho by long service are petting old and tired (tienera! and Pet), 1 give to my children with this reservation: First, that they shall always have the best of care and at tention; second, that they shall never be sold to go into other hands, but should the time come yvhen they cannot do the family yvork and other horsos are needed they shall, by a veterinary surgeon and by an aesthetic, pass ayvay into the great universe of God, yvhere all intelli gence yvhich is a part of God finds its place." Spokane (Wash.) Chronicle A Story ot King: Victor. King Victor Emmanuel is an early riser and very active. One morning at eight he arrived unexpectedly at the office of administration of the royal household, yvhich is situated opposite the palace. He only found the serv ant sweeping and dusting. The king took out a cigarette and walked up and doyvn, yvaiting. At 9:30 the first clerk arrived. The king asked at yvhat hour the employes were expected to be at the office. "At eight o'clock. majesty," replied the embarrassed of ficial. "And it is noyv 9:30," remarked the king, taking up his hat, and leav ing the premises. Since then the yvhole of t he persons employed at I he office have made . their appearance punctually at eight a. m., thanks to tho personal vigilance of the king. Lon don News. Why 1901 Seems Familiar to Him "It may sound odd to you," said bookkeeper, but the date 1901 seems already more familiar to me than 1900 ever did. You see we don't get cipher at the end of a 3-ear date but once In ten years, ana yve get tyvo ciphers there only once in a hundred years. Practically no man ever sees more than once in his lifetime a year with tyvo ciphers in it; and, as a mat ter of fact, it never gets to be fa miliar to him; and so 1900 seemed iust about as strange at the end of the year as it did at the beginnin whereas a year running out yvith fig ures, to which we are accustomed does seem familiar. Actually, 1901 Eeems like an old friend, and I'm glad to see it." X. Y. Sun. Licorice. In the southern Caucasus large tracts of land are covered by the licorice plant. A Scotch gentleman yvho visited this country from Con stantinople had his attention drawn to this potential source of wealth, and erected a factory on the spot for the distillation of the licorice juice. The erection of similar factories quickly followed, so that now a large export trade is carried on in thi3 product, and the peasantry of the dis trict nnu a remnerauc ucxupauuii in the gathering and sale of the root to these establishments. Chambers' Journal. Vnwar ran table. "It is all right and pardonable, in a certain sense, for you to have the hay fever yvhen the rest of us have it, Serena," said Mrs. Upjohn to the domestic, "for we are ayvay from home at that season, and it doesn't put us out, but, ipon my word, I can't see any reason yvhy you should want to have the grip noyv, just yvhen I'm getting it myself, and it will be so dreadfully inconvenient." N. Y," World. . . Regular Anniversary. Harry Girls take things so liter ally, you know. Fred As for example? "Five years asro, yvhen my sister was , 25, I wished her many happy re turns. And'if you believe it, her twenty-fifth birthday returns regu larly every year." Boston ; Tran script. 1 - ' . Sea, Hrrrina- in Lake Ontario. The deepening of the St. Lawrence canal system has bad other results than to'alloyv the passage of ocean-going freightage. Following in the wake of the vessels sea herring have made their appearance in Lake Ontario and are being eagerly captured "by the fishermen.- Chicago Chronicle. O Surtth ITOniA. TtW 1M Yob Hw AIwb ftegd BB00EXYJT ; SB1XFS One of the artesian wells at the Hellmaim ltreyving company lias becu liurshed. It is 117 feet deep. Another one is noyv being dug about tyveuty live yards from the present one. . The game of basketball' at tho u A. V. rooms last evening betyveen the Knockabouts and a team from the Boys' club yvas too one-sided to be interesting. The Boys club aggrega tion was minus most of its regular players and played a wretched, miser able game. The Knockabouts simply toyed yvith them, scoring whenever they wished. The only reueeming fea ture of the dull and uninteresting con ies t yvas me last, snappy work of the Knockabouts, yvho won bv a score of 38-. The winners expect to add an other victory to their credit when they nice item ac llusrlies' oninret at t in B. A. C. rooms next Monday nie-ht. -The topic of the day most dis cussed by the residents of Town Plot, is the water famine, yvhich has visited the residents of that locality, especial ly tnose yvno reside on this side of Highland avenue. It is said every well except tyvo have gone dry and that those yvill also fail if the unusual drought which lias prevailed during uus winter is not soon terminated by a rain storm, of course Town Plot has no city water. That is one of its misfortunes. While there was snow on the ground the residents melted the snow, but since that lias disan- peaved they have been walking sixty io iyvo nundreu yards to a spring for water. A prominent resident of Town Plot, whose abode is on the other side of Highland avenue and who has hot been affected by the scarcity of water, spoke to a Democrat reporter on the subject this morning in somewhat the following strain: "It is true that the residents on this side of the ridge, as it were, or in plainer terms, on this side of Highland avenue, have been suffering from a lack of water dur ing the present winter. The cause of he trouble I lay to tho fact that a large ledge of rock is encountered about KM) feeet beloyy the water. When rain comes. Hie yvater sinks down as far as this ledge and then runs off. The only remedy is to pierce tho ledge until the yvater is found. One person. Mr Black, had a yvell yvhich gave out. He pierced the ledge a ml noyv has an exhaustless supply of yvater." That yvas all he 1-iieyy about the subject. The indications, at the present writ ing, appear as if t lie prayers of the Toyvn Plot residents for rain or suoyv, had been answered. NO ACTION WILL BE TAKEN. Sheriff Told His Deputies Not to For cibly Oppose Mob. Terre Haute, Iud, March 1. The au thorities of Vigo county are now learn ing yvhere they come in on the action of the mob that hanged and burned George Ward. The county council has appropriated $1,IH.10 for repairing the damage done to the jail by them. A move lias been started to raise a fund for the widowed mother of Miss Ida Finckelstein. The mother was almost entirely dependent upon the daughter for her financial support. Sheriff Fasig has been holding some thing like a public reception, a stream of people calling to commend him for telling his deputies not to forcibly op pose tile mob. It is evident that pub- lie sentiment is not fully aroused to the horrors of the lynching and burn ing of George Ward and the demon stration at the sheriff's office yesterday indicates that no one yvill be punished for the lynching. The lynching of George Ward lias created yvild consternation among the negroes in this section of the state. As the excitement decreases among the yvhite people it increases among the ne groes. They are loud in their condem nation of the Terre Haute mob. Manv negroes have tied from Terre Haute, fearing a mob may take them in hand. Nearly alljvho have left this city have gone to Brazil. There is a large ne gro population there, and the refugees have been given shelter there. NO STATE OWNS IT. A Strip of Land Between Michigan and Wisconsin. Madison, Wis. March 1. It has just been discovered a strip of land of 250,000 acres near the boundary be tyveen Wisconsin and Michigan lies in neither state. In it is the city of Iron-yy-ood, Mich, the remainer being be tween the Brule and Paint rivers. K. I). Peake, an employe in the Wiscon sin stare senate, made the discovery that this strip yvas originally included in Michigan, but yvas not in the survey yvhen the state of Wisconsin yvas laid out. The question has arisen as to whether or not official acts, such as marriages and laud transfers, in the strip are valid, and the matter will probably be laid before the Wisconsin legislature. . . " SALOON SMASHERS ARRESTED. A Minister and Doctor Charged With Injury to Property. Topeka, Kan, March 1. The Rev F. W. Emerson, pastor of the First Chris tian church, and Dr M. R. MitchelL yvere arrested yesterday on a state warrant charging them with being ac cessories in the smashing of the Curtis; cold storage plant in North Topekn last Monday morning. Botli gave bond for their appearance before the city court before yvhich they will answer a charge of malicious destruction of property. Mr Emerson has already a charge against him in the police court of resisting an officer at the time of the raid. ANTI-CIGARETTE LEAGUE. Chicago, March 1. The following of ficers to the Anti-Cigarette league yvere chosen last night: President. Prof Frank V. Irish of Columbus, O.: vice president, Miss Lucy Page Gaston ; . financial secretary, -John II. Hart; cor responding secretary. Miss Ida Buxton Cole; treasurer, Charles S. Roberts Eight directors yvere also elected. Among the directors is John Wanna-- maker of Philadelphia. LUCERNE STILL MISSING. , Halifax, N. S., March ,1. Advices from St John's, N. F., says the result ?.: Ul Xlie SCilivu i.jr - lire ,vtciJiuKiut:,r: steamer Ingrahaiu for traces of- th .;. supposed yvreck of the : steamer- - eerae demonstrates that wreekae fonn.l .it Baecallea ra not -front tlHkt' Wherever you go, o't go to Dr , v-rri-'---TT'T--r:"tTrJir-T-'-p- V. t cures.