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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY, JULY 1902 : ..To ZLEend Such were the words heard by a housekeeper the other day, when it Jawned on her that she had one to ba eoalred. She Immediately secured lers and ran out and hailed the fellow flth his pack of sticks,, etc. "Hey here! Hey there! You hobo; coxae iere; I want you." The man who hap pened to be passing by stopped and she tequested him to fix her umbrella, and Ix It eood. too. "My dear lady, l ara jot an umbrella mender; I'm a golf Mayer. Don't you see my golf sticks? Ihe looked at him and then looked up ;nd down the street, when, alas, she I w the umbrella mender a short uis anoe away. "Oh, excuse me, sir; it's hat other fellow down the street, but Ihe two of you looked so much allies irlth your packs I supposed either one rould do" The above1 is a mistake flbat can be readily excused. - But the other day a good sized boy rag sent to our store to buy a pound f tea and to get one of our sleeve ironing boards with It. Well he, Hk3 ttie above lady, made a mistake. lie rent to the first store he met, got the tea, and when his mother saw the mis lake he made she (as the boys sa.n lldn't do a thing to him. and to punish him more she purchased a little tea-pot ind Is compelling him to drink the trash himself. She came to our store herself and purchased a pound of our warranted good tea and got the most pseful article on earth with it, a sleeve Iron lug board.- Mistakes will happen It times, but if you buy at our store rou make no mistake. The best qual ity butter 23 cents per pound at , Phelan's T Store. 42 East Main Street Telephone. HARDWARE Hammock Ropes Hooks, Etc. Ice Cream Freezers, Ice Water Coolers, ' Ice Picks,'Ciiise!s And Tongs Window and Door Screens1 All Sizes and Prices.' P;J.BOL,AN 90-94 Bank Street, fcj r. 44 The Shop" We are headquarters for Summer Comforts Window Screens, Hammocks, Japanese Mattings, China Mattings, Japanese Screens, Awnings, etc. no Lapalme-Hoffman Co Leavenworth St. STOP IT 'A running cold Is a dangerous . thing. You must stop it prompt . ., ly. A reliable cure will . save suffering, and we sell the" reli able kind. A cure that really cures and has a tonic effect to, prevent further . colds. Trial size 25 cents. IIUGEHT'S PHARMACY Cor ScotIH and Sou tlx Main Sta. WEST, the Optician 19 EXCHANGE PLACE, One Flight Up. A good watch is worth its cost, if treated with care it will outlive its nearer. WATCHES that are reliable; durable and moderate in price can be found at F.EWon&Co' JEWELERS, 1 CITY NEWS, 3". Goldstein has sold out the Brass City Shoe store, 284 South Main street, and will remove to New York. Special forecast for Connecticut: Showers and occasional thunderstorms late this afternoon and to-night; Fri day fair; increasing south to southwest winds. '; Members of the First church and Sunday school to the number of 150 were entertained by the Rev Dr An derson and his family at Woodmont on the Sound yesterday. Special .sale on Friday and Saturday at the Atlantic and Pacific Tea store of 'grandmother's brand of A. & P. soap. Two cents a cake; regular price four cents. Five cakes only to one customer. . At the annual meeting of the Con Tiectlcnt- Chautancma assembly at Plalnville the Rev Dr Davenport will deliver an address to-morrow evening The assembly was opened this, after noon at 2 :i!0 o clock. . Tames Howard, the seven months' old son of Mr and Mrs Martin Howard of 49 Fuller street, died this morning, The funeral will be held to-morrow af ternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment will be In Calvary cemetery. The funeral of Gladys Daflmar, the three months' old child of Mr and Mrs Elnar Marguard, who died Tuesday night at the home of her parents. 28 West Dover street, was held at 2:30 yesterday afternoon, with Interment in Riverside cemetery. , Joseph F. Egan of 98 Wolcott street, a well known conductor in the employ of the Connecticut Railway and light ing Co, and Miss Josephine Gauthier of 37 East Liberty street, formerly a well known employe of the Waterbury Clock Co, will be married at St Ann's church next Monday morning at 7:30., The following clerical changes have been announced: Rev . John C. Fo garty from Derby to Norwalk; Rev William Klernan from' Norwalk to Windsor Locks; Rev Thomas Mulcahy from Windsor Locks to Derby. Fath- Mulcahy Is a relative of the late Fath er Mulcahy, who was succeeded as pastor of the Immaculate Conception church by Rev Father Slocum. State Organizer F. W. Caldwell of Philadelphia will address the people of Waterbury "Friday evening, August 18, at 8 o'clock, at corner of Grand and Bank streets. Subject, "The Full Dinner Pail. By the people of Wa terbury paying seven dollars per ton for coal, thereby overburdening" the coal miners with prosperity.' All workmen should- hear this noted speaker, c-' . - There was no city court this morn ings A compjaint gainst .Bartholo mew Kane for intoxication was settled for $10. and a complaint against Mar tin Scozzafava for assault and breach of the peace was continued. , The ac cused is said to have beed one of a party that tried to lay out Louis Mari- none on. Union, street a few evenings ago. They succeeded only in dislocat ing his right knee cap. "Michael Wallace of River street, one of the pioneer Irish residents' of Wa terbury , is Indisposed at his home on River street, but not seriously, It is hoped. Mr Wallace Is an octogenarian but retains his vitality and mental faculties to, a wonderful, degree, fprn old gentleman or, bis ad vanced a are. Mr Wallace, s p contributor to tile Democrat ana one of. hls'.SJoenis .'ap pears in to-day's tssue. His many friends hope to agal nsee his venerable figure on the street before long. About a dozen members of the local lodge of Elks left on the 7, o'clock train this morning via the Cheshire loop for New Haven where they boarded the special train chartered by the Connec ticut Elks' association for New London enjoy the annual outing and clam bake which was held in that city to day. Owing to the small number of Elks who attended from this city no band t was takeuur The r various other lodges in Connecticut- cities, with one or two- exceptions were accompanied bjT bands.: . i ,,;: t i,--; Mrs Julia Wright, wife of Elson Wright, superintendent of the farm of the Sprlngside home in New Haven, died Tuesday. Her husband was form erly an inspector, of streets In this city and his wife was a member of the Sec ond Congregational church. Mrs Wright leaves five sisters, Mrs G. L. Meeker and Mrs F. P. Blakesley of Waterbury, Mrs John C. Chadwick of Springfield, Mrs Janette Caukins and Mrs Mary Bixbee of Des Moines, la, also one brother, George T. Wyle'of Plantsville. The Interment will be In Mill; Plain cemetery to-morrow.-. The funeral of Michael Collins took place this morning at 8:30 from the residence of his sister, Mrs James Claf fey, 171 Baldwin street, to the Church of the Immaculate Conception, where a requiem high mass was celebrated by Rev , Father McGuane. The bear ers wer Jaines Fruln. John Killoughy, M. J. Donnelly, Samuel, John and Bartholemew Collins. Interment was In the family plot, St Joseph's ceme tery Among the floral offerings were, basket of roses, Frank and M. J. Don nelly; wreath, John Collins; wreath. John Killoughy; heart of roses, Mr and Mrs James Lougworth; sheaf of wheat Mrs Ross; bouquets, Mr and Mrs John Sayers; pillow, inscribed "Brother," members. of the family. The funeral of John Peters was held this morning at 10 o'clock from his late residence, 25 Sta te street, to the Immaculate Conception church, where a requiem high mass was celebrated by the Rev Father Broderlck. Inter ment was in the new St Joseph ceme tery. The pallbearers were John Myles, John Mulcahy, Dr John L. Devereaux, John J. Devoy, John John son and Luke Stapleton. The honor ary pallbearers were James S. Carroll, David Sheehy, Patrick Brown and J. n. Condon, all members of Court Wolfe Tone, F. of A. Among the flor al offerings were the following: Large pillow, marked "Papa," family; stand ing wreath and mound, sister and brothers, Mrs Thomas Murphy, Walter and Frank Peters; large wreath, Dr J. L. Devereaux; pillow, coachmen on Church street; wreaths, Mr and Mrs Luke Stapleton, Mrs John Moore, Mamie Mulcahy; floral horse shoe, John J. Devoy; cross, Miss Delia Casey; bouquets, Mrs E. M. Burral, Katherlne Peters, Mr and Mrs Thomas Fallon, Mr and Mrs F. M. Thayer, Mr and Mrs W. B. Coulter. Annie Dwyer, Julia A. Meredith, Katherlne and Bridget Brensan and J. E. Jones. . Don't say It is too late to "fake up your carpets because on account of the tardy approach of summer you have hitherto neglected to do so. Cleanli ness alone demands it, but the Insidi ous attacks of the destrietive buffalo bug must also be guarded aguiust Send "postal or tlephone to the Water ppry: Stepa Carpet Bating Cyj I Liberty circle, Lady Foresters, No UiiO, meet the first and third Fridays of each month in Mechanics' hall..','. Miss Margaret Lehan of North Riv erside street has returned from Hali fax, Nova Scotia, where she accompa nied her sister, Catherine, who has entered St Joseph's, convent, prepara tory to becoming a Sister of Mercy. ' Hannah O'Connor, the nine mouths' old child of Mr and Mrs Michael O'Connor, died at the home of her parents, 6G7, North Riverside street, yesterday afternoon. The funeral was held at 2 o'clock this afternoon with Interment in Calvary cemetery. Articles of association have been filed with the secretary of the state by the North End Social club of New Britain and by the Association of Sheret Israel of Waterbury. Certifl cates of incorporation and of organiza tion have been filed by the New Brit ain Home and. Building company. The capital is ?G5,000 and the officers are: President, F. N. Steele; treasurer. Wal ter P. Steele; secretary, Charles E. Steele. - FurnitureT To New STYLE; DURABILITY Three points for the consideration of the careful buyer ' Our FURNITURE is all new- The PRICES are low. White Enamel Iron Beds with brass trimmings,, $3.50 and upwards. , Chamber Suits Golden Oak, sweii front, highly polished, for $19.00. Sideboards Golden Oak. swell front. highly polished, for $12.50. Bureaus Golden Oak. swell front, French plate glass, for $8.50. ' thelIasecompahy 27 and 52U CENTER STREET. Special Low Prices for WHITE MOUNTAIN ICE CREAM FREEZERS Lack of room prompts these generous price cuts. Early buyers . always get best selections, remember. ' 3- qt size $1.90, was $2.25. 4- qt size $2.20, was $2.65. 6-qt size $2.70, was $3.25. 8-qt size $3.50, was $4.25. 10-cit size $i.00; was $5.50. 12-qt size $5.50, wds $0.50. ' Vatefbury THardware Go.; 205 Bank St. Castle's arftet. Housekeepers. Legs Lamb ; ' ' 14c Loins Lamb 8c Forequarters Lamb, 6c Potatoes 25 c pk Castle s Market Elegance and Strength are happily combined in all the foot wear we offer. But elegance and strength are not all the qualities that should be taken into consideration when making purchases Comfort Is a matter of great Importance. You can't help taking comfort lu shoes like purs. Besides jrou save not only your feet but money when you buy our suoes ot us. . J. IP i lira J 7 Exchange Place. ' ," " OUR ANNUAL Reduction Sale still continues In our Trimmed Hat department nothing escapes the knife and the extent of the cut is evidenced In the following "before" and "after" prices. $2.49 $1.25 2.99 1.49 3.G9 , 1.79 4.25 1.99 4.79 2.39 5.39 2.59 5.59 2.79 5.89 2.99 An early call Is requested. I. CHASE TfielilMPeckGo mm day, rniDAY, july is- At $1.19, Ladies' Storm Skirts," value $2.00. ' At $1.49, Ladies Silk Waists, value $2.50. 1 . At 25c, odd lot of Ladies' Waists, val ue 50e. At 49c, Ladies' Cambric Wrappers, value 75c. At 29c, all our 50c Wash Sllkg. , At 39c, Cheney Bros Printed India Silks, value 59c. At 59c, Fine Black Satin Foulard, val ue $1.00. At 39c, Ladles Fine Nainsook Draw ers, hemstitched ruffle, were 69c. At 75c, Ladies' Square Neck . Night Robes, trimmed with insertion," lace and ribbon, value 9c. , At 39c, Children's Guimpes, with in sertion, value 59c. ........ At 13c, 2 for 25c, Children's Fast isiack Kiubecl -s Hose,' extra spliced heels, soles, knees and toes, value 17c. , - . At 25c, Men's Fancy Balbriggan Un dershirts and Drawers, mill run goods, were 39c. ' At 15e, Women's ; Fancy Hose, full regular made, value 25c. At 15c, Women's Umbrella Lace Trim med - Jersey Ribbea Pants, value 20e. ' At 3c, Apron Ginghams, from 5c. At 10c, 45-Inch Bleached Pillow Cot top, from 12 c. At 10c, 40-Inch India Linen, from 12V2c. " At 7c, Brown Crash Toweling, from 10c. At ,10c, Damask Huck Towels, from 12y2c At 10c, White Goods Remnants, from 12y2c. At Sc. White "Piaue. from 12Uc. At 8c. Fancy Figured SilkoliueS. At $2.t59, Rope Portieres, assorted col ors. At 49c, 5 pieces Brussels Carpet. ' A. Mailhiot, I53 South Main Street j CLEARING SALE OF, LADIES White aists FOR 25c AND 39c TO 69c. All our line of Waists must co at these figures,'' none higher. Your choice of a. large assortment. Buttermilk Soap 5c a box, 3 cakes In box. '- ' : Optician. Prof Coulter, Spsciaiist. If your eyeglasses slip off, we are state agents for the HOLDFAST. Call and see it; only 25 cents. 4Z EAST MAIN STREET, 43. . (Over 5 and lOo store.) JuLlS Rooster Says That every hen from Eastport to San Diego is laying eggs which he is selling at 20 cents a dozen. KELLY SAYS Be sure and try some of his cream caramels. W ONLON BROS. 142 TO 14S SOUTH MAIN STREET. Ready-To -lear For Ladies' Misses' and Children. SHIRT WAIST SUITS. Ladies' Stylish Wash Suits',; -' graduated flounce, soutache, braid trimmed, 1.25 At $1.50, several styles Ladies' Lawn Batiste and Percale Suits, lace and braid trim med, good $3 garment for Finer garments at special prices. TAILOR MADE SLI1TS. At 5.00 Ladies' TailorMade Eton Suits and odd , sample suits, $7 value, ' $3.00 At $6.98 Ladies' Fine Tailor Made Suits,, Venetians, ser ges and broadcloths, 'v eton and blouse style, silk lined, full flare and flounced skirts, , would be cheap at $12.00, , 6.98 SKIRTS - Ladies' White Duck Skirts, 45c At S9C Ladies' flare rllo:unce, i barid trim Wed, ; polka dbt fduck-skirts "i'Valuei Cl v 89c At $2.98 LadiesKstylish 6 tuck Flounce Skirls, good material in grey or blacks, value $5.06, 2.98 LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS. Ladies' Colored Shirt Waists, pretty patterns, special, 25c Ladies' White Lawn Waists, extra value 47c Special values in Silk Waists HOUSE WRAPPERS. Ladies' Percale House Wr'ap " pers v-":,v . -: 39c At 69c- Ladies' Jg 1 Wrappers in Percale Lawns, braid trimmed t Cgc LADIES; KIMONAS; Ladies' pretty Lawn Kimonas, from 50c ; ; 39c . CHILDREN'S SUITS. ( At 23c Children's Gingham Dresses, braid trimmed, sizes 2 to 0 At 37c Children's Gingham and Dimity Dresses, bertha and ruffle trimmed, sizes 2 to 6, from 50c At 50c- Children's Wash suits t sizes 4 to 14 At 98C"Children's Wash Sail or suits, from $1.50 23c 37c 50c 9ic Children's White Suits, 2 to 6, From 47c up. Children's White. Suits, from 4 to 14 98c up UPHOLSTERY Bargains. Window Shades ; 97c Chenilc Porters 88c Nottingham lace curtains, pair 39c Ruffle Muslin Curtains 30c Sash Curtaining, per yd 4c Extension Brass Rods 4c Conlon Garments , .- TAt tm i Bros. Our Children's Man says he hasn't been f given a fair shake. I of nothing else for days but the values in $ I Men s Suits, while his i - -. . . 'Li t . f . iceming wnn oargains. neres uic 5t 01 g I under-priced suits; $2.50 and $3 Suits for $1.87. $3.50 3.98 " $2.87 $4.85 $6.50 it 5.00 7.50 fones Morgan , KNOX HAT AGENCY, . , ON 1 HE BOARD WALK. Opp. Waterbury Bank, ( - I49 Bank Street A You Jig chief asset may be his good appearance;, it pays to look well. That's just where we come in. Good Appearatice is .assured J the young man who wears our clothes because we are specialists to youngs men ancl oyn clothes for young men prove it. Our July sale is on full blast, v $8.50 suits are $6.00 $12.00 " $8.50 $15.00 a $10.00 G Of Saving CLOTHING AND Xlearin Lt i MiUUIilH Ull 111 LllU Peoples Glothiiig Co. 118 SOUTH MAIN STREET. Opposite Scovill Street. VACATION GOODS, SWIMMING WINGS A Pocket Life Pheserver. You can learn how to swim with them. Will hold up 50to 250 pounds. PRICE 25c PING PONG SETS 6 Balls, 2 Clamps, Net, 2 Wooden Rackets, $1.00 BICYCLES $5.00 down, $1 per week. Racycle, Cleveland, Stearns, Leroy, Westfleld. . D. B. WILSON CO. l3, l5, I7 BROADWAY. , THE 1 CLEAN COAL.' Wood and charcoal by the carload. ton, barrel or bushel. Order at East Main, 55 Bishop or l7S South Main. Yard off Field street, near gas house. Telephone 145-6. W. H. SCOTT & CO. Half Holiday. " If You Must Have LUMBER or COAL On Saturdays send in your orders early, as we are giving our workmen and teamsters Saturday afternoons as a Half Holiday. City Lumberand oal Com pany. 54 CENTER STREET, Says we've told you department is fairly . VI Jit 3 " " . $3.87 $5.00 46 ' v7 1 -W & reat: Event Money on EDRHISHINGS TENNIS GOODS Rackets, 75o to $7.O0t JMets 75c to $5.50. t-alls, Posts, Etc. GOLF GOODS, ' Clubs, Balls, Caddy Bags and Sundries, - ATHLETIC SHIRTS , Black, Blue, White. n 1 -4 sleeve or sleeveless, 5oo CROQUET SETS, 90c up. SAL, now, pru vlNot. tt. gathering togethe of ' ' ' ; - ODDS AND ENDS but a GENERAL REDUCTION for MUST REASONS See bills! D'ODG SO CENTER STREET Dodges "MUST"