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WATERBURY..'.. EVENING : DEMOCRAT.' TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1902.
Was it that went down into the ele vator in lSgypt hundreds of years ago and bought all the grain, or at least got a corner on the market. As far as we understand he was the first one ever born who started a monop oly, or in other words, a trust; there fore, for shorjr, we'll call him a grain klag. From that time up to the lDth century there has been quite a number of trust kings, but here they never were In it for a minute with our present day kings, for instance, our grain king, the Standard Oil king, the copper king (we don't mean the ileriden road copper king), the cotton king, and, worst of all, the coal king. Say, we've been wondering of late as to whether this' latter coal king is possessed of a heart. In all probability he has one, but for heav en's sake, what is It composed of? Is it made of Carnegie steel or polit ical steal? Is it of guerrilla type or Is it composed of real Americanism? If it's the latter, and we .liope it is, why the dickens don't. he prove it so and settle the coal strike? He might as well say the word for humanity's sake; he should remember that he cannot take his wealth with him when he closes his eyes for his last rest Say, we've been thinking that this coal king, smart as he is, doesn't drink tea or coffee, or if he does he CITY NEWS, The board of public works will meet at 8 o'clock to-night Mulcahy council, K. of C, will hold its meeting on the second Sunday of each month at 4 p. in., instead of 2 p. m. Miss Julia "Walsh of South Main street has returned home after spend ing a three months' vacation in the west. -, . - Next Tuesday the superior 'court convenes here, and Wednesday the jury comes in. Criminal business will first be disposed of. , Joseph Stevens, who has been seri ously ill with typhoid fever at his home on East Main street for several weeks, is gradually regaining his for mer health. ; Business is booming with the Water bury --Manufacturing Co ,,and the Wa terbury Clock Co. Both concerns are running overtime nights, the first named until 10 o'clock. Only a day or two more remains, for liquor dealers to hand In their applica tions to Prosecuting Agent Pierce. To day they poured in upon him in a rush, but still a large number have not yet made their applications. George E. Houle, captain in the United States army, stationed at San Fernando, Philippine Islands, now on furlough, is visiting relatives in TO one in doubt should try it from Phelan's T Store. 42 East Main Street Telephone. LANTERNS. LANTERNS. We have just , received a complete line of Lanterns, all sizes and styles. If you are in need of a first class Lantern give us a call, as our stock includes Dietz Lanterns1 for use in driving. Hunting, Policemen, Facto ries, Railroads, Automobiles, Street Lamps and Searcn Iights also the Waterbury King. , We have also a fine line of Hunting Coats, Guns, Ammunition etc. buys the cheat) trash. The nnalitv terbury. He will leave to resume his of tea we sell at 50c per pound, would command on October 23. do this coal king more-good than a HThis evening 'the board of public dozen trips across the ocean.' Any- safety will hold a regular meeting and the rinal arrangements for the hrst an nual inspection of the police and fire departments, which takes place next Thursday at 2:30 o'clock, will be made. Nellie, the "13-years-old daughter of Mr and Mrs James Crowley of 218 Dublin street, died yesterday. The fu neral will take place to-morrow morn ing at S:30 o'clock to the Sacred Heart church. The interment will be in Cal vary cemetery. Two well known officers of Company G, C, N. G., have completed the long service term, ten years. They are Ser geants F. P. Brett and John H. Pow ers. As men who have served that term are entitled to what Is known as the long service medal, their captain, D. E. Fitzpatrick; has applied fo medals for them. -, To meet the demand for first course lessons in cookery the director of the school of housekeeping has arranged for a new class to be formed Friday even ing, October 17. Applications for ad mission to the class will be made at the Friendly7 league office arid all wishing to enter it should be present at that first lesson if possible. Stjate Organizer W. E. White of New Haven, the candidate for state secretary of the socialist party, will address an open air meeting at the corner of Bank and Grand streets to morrow evening at 8 o'elock. Sub ject, "Why Workingmen Should Vote for Socialism Instead of a System That Perpetuates Strikes and War Between So-Called Labor and Capital ist Classes." ,, There will be an Interesting illus trated lecture in the basement of St Thomas's church Thursday evening on the dogmas of the Catholic , faith. Tickets are in great demand, which in dicates a financial success. The pas tor, the Rev Father Crowley, would have all his parishioners, as well as all others, particularly- non-Catholics, attend. To the latter the lecture will be doubly interesting. v Members' tickets for the State Teachers' association convention may be secured from Principal Madigan on the 8:43 train from Dublin street sta tion' Friday :, morning. v None but those presenting membership tickets will be allowed to attend the different lectures and discussions. Enrollment as members of the' association will'also be an indication to school - boards of teachers who attend the session. A very interesting meeting of the Waterbury Medical society was held last night at . the residence of the soci ety's president Dr John F. Hayes. Fifteen r members were present and enjoyed i the interesting papers on P.J.BOLAN Hardware Sfore, " 90-94 Bank Street. James l.ahgo, s the ex-champion bi cycle rider, is not the ..person who was fined for carrying concealed weapons, in the police court yesterday. The man before the court was Vincenzo Sanzo. ' . ' .-" . . . . George, the 11-months-old son of Mr and Mrs John Temple of 360 Mill street, died this morning. The funeral will take place to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, with interment in St Joseph's cemetery. r ' The captains of the local companies of the National Guard have been noti fied from headquarters that the drill season will open November 1 and fin ish May 30,. 10u3. There are no ma terial changes.' The number who decided to join the art class in the Catholic Women's as sociation is so large that it is necessary to divide the class in two sections. .One section will meet on Tuesday evening and the other on Friday evening of each week. Miss Egan, who will teach the class, will meet all who wish to take, art lessons at the rooms of the as sociation this evening. The L F. Haase S Floors of . New, Clean Reliable Goods. FURNITURE The good, substan tial, honest-made - kind. (Nothing trashy). ; CARPETS New goods, beautiful designs; low prices put them within everybody's reach. RUGS All - kinds and sizes; very popular; used more than ever; im mense stock of new goods to select from. ' . LACE, CURTAINS, ' WINDOW SHADES. OIL CLOTHS, LINOLEUMS. MUSLIN AND LACE GOODS bjT the yard. ORIENTAL FABRICS New lot just received. Everything to make home beautiful. Prices always marked in plain figures. WALL PAPERS New, fall . stock just in. Nice, fresh goods. Tricos are still lower than last season. Come in and look them over. . THE L. F. MfiSE COMPAHY 5 floors, over the Reid & Hughes Dry' Goods Co. 27 and SJ CENTER STREET. Iff' T;yy5Ly! IVlost Hunters "The Shop" . r-yir. rv- rr: -.T-rr-ra Let Us Estimate On Any Ji APEBJN i!"w You may want done. ; An un limited Selection Of Wall Papers- "Enuresis" arid "Milk" by Doctors 1 I T" 1 . J T 1 t . . , ., . , . ; i caiuer uuu wuwu I'especuveiy. Alter . wwfc nviiunvii . " iiib meeimg an eiauorate spread w. assure you of satisfactory results. a Lapalme-Hoflman Co Painters and Decorators, Leavenworth St. CASH as served and was thorouarhlv eriioved hv all present It was one of the most" pleasant meetings of the society held in some time. William Cullen, of Ilastings-on-the- Hudson, formerly of this city, and Mrs Elizabeth Kinney of Welton street were married this morning v at ; 7 o'clock at the Sacred Heart church by the Rev Father Shelley, who cele brated the nuptial" mass which fol lowed. Peter Dunne was best man and - Miss :. Nellie Hayes was brides maid. Mr and Mrs Cullen left on the 8:12 train for New York on a short wedding tour, after which , they will reside In Hastings-on-the-IIudson, where they have a handsomely fur nished home. Terrence Hines of Waterbury was Paid for old gold or taken in exchange. I ibpral loinq nn nU fcinrk sent to the Britain hospital this Of personal property. Berlin. He was badly bruised all over - i . -1 . . i . . ti j j , j r . nis oouy, uuc 110 uones were uroKen. uiiiv-uun-u pik,ugto iui iaic ana ne Mtt suuerea consiaeraoiy from exposure.. limes sustained his tln- Bargains in guns, pistols, bridge on the Berlin branch near the : 1 3 i . ! I T)nnTiwlv hnf lr vsirn - TTo oirnanlT, mubicai gOOUb, CJOCKS, Oia- med a shck m trdail mOnuS, WaiCneS ana jewelry at and fell through the trestle.; He lay in 111s neipiess eonmuon ior some time. UNCLE JACOBS; 81 East Main St. Consider a good reliable water pf oof hunting coat the most necessary part of their outfit. . Our stock of coats Is new and complete, from the cheapest that's durable at $1, to those heavy ones with h leather bindings at $3. These coats we sell with an absolute guarantee that your money could not buy same qual ity elsewhere at these prices. Dont forget our gun stock sales' have been enormous price and quality talks here Waterbury Hartere Co. 205 Bank St. Castle's Market ALL THIS WEEK. Bound or Sirloin Steak TRIMMED HATS Are now in the first place, and our counters and cases evi dence the attention we have been giving to this important branch of . - , . " Millinery Everything that could be desired lin Trimmed Hat wear can be found with us, CHASE EXCHANGE PLACE. Theiilie r&fwuo Bop' Hing end Furnishing Goods ipartment This new department, which we have added to our business at the request of many mothers, has attained instant popularity. We will sell all classes of Boys' and Children's Clothing at regu lar dry goods prices: - At $1.89 Boys' Suits, 3 to 1G years, value $2.25. At $2.49 Boys' Suits, 3 to 1G years, value $3. At $2.89 Boys' Suits, 3 to 1G years, value $3.50. At $3.39 Boys' Suits, 3 to 1G years, . value $4. ... At ; $3.89 Boys' Suits, 3 to 1G years, value $5. At $4.49 Boys' Suits, 3 to 1G years, J value $G. ' 1 . - At $4.98 Boys' Suits, 3 to 1G years, value $G.5l. ilUlS' WAISTS, SHIRTS, SUS PENDERS, SWEATERS, WINDSOR TIES, etc, will all be found in our new BOYS' DEPARTMENT, in the back part ot the old store. BOYS WAISTS at 25c, 39c, 49e, and uuc. BOYS SWEATERS at 75c, $1 and $j...ii; an 01 them .are wool and wor sted; no cotton enters into their making. BOYS' SUSPENDERS at 10c and 15e. WINDSOR TIES at 13c, 25c and 50c. -BOYS' SIIIRTS-Some with laundered still bosoms, A nie with two -separate cuirs. i 4 -" -Jagglj He shouted for help, but no one heard him. He finally managed to crawl to the Donnelly brick yard plant, which he reached about 1 o clock. He was given assistance and Constable Tavlor notified. At the hospital to-day Doc tors Brockseiper and Henn were called on to attend him. Hines told the' phy sicians he had received a shock from the third rail. His bruises were found to be quite serious, and he is in a broken-down condition generally on ac count of the exposure he underwent. New Britain Record. f Nearly every member of the Master Barbers' association was present at the meeting of the association last night. The members devoted the greater part of the evening to a dis cussion of the new schedule of hours adopted by the Journeymen Barbers' union. The journeymen's schedule was not adopted, but the mnRtpr hnr- nJ rr nn rlc nf rKfc bers instead made a.-new schedule and AiaiXXA.XKJfZ3f iviivv instructed the secretarv to notifv tK journeymen barbers of it, so that committees may be appointed from Tinfh : nrsmnizatlons to nonfpr ' thu i "r,l L'nc of 7cddin2 Presents, matter and to make an amicable set- , . , tlement if nossible. The master bar- unngci vvaiciies anu jewel- hevs are neither in favor of closin St : 1110 opiicsen 13 EXCHANGE' PLACE. One Flight Up- and Jewelry 1- - - r 3 best manner. JL U J w LA v-i J J t2 KG Bill 51AIN tiTIl their shops on Saturday niglit at 11 o'clock instead of 12, nor of keeping their ?hops closed, on holidays. They are willing, however, to grant some concessions to their employes. It looks if the master barbers and the jrurnermen "barbers would lock horns pver the new schedule fif hours, , ;;. Lowest of Prices on all cuts of PRIME BEEF.' lastle's Market Don't Run All Over Town after shoes when the very kind you want are here. We sell all kinds of shoes except the inferior kind. What we offer is made of honest materia and made up in an honest manner, Every new, shape for MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN Is here and worthy of consideration Prove our statements by buying a pair of our shoes. We guarantee to please you in every respect. I 1 w ix u m a 1 7 . Exchange Place A. Mallhlot, . I53 South Main Street ABUNDANT VARIETY' We have the Handkerchief variety o insure 'your satisfaction" when you come, to buy. Some" low, cost ones that look like first grade. SOME FANCY ONES AT A PRICE THAT PLEASES. We .want all ladles to see the vari ety and profit by our liberal offering. Optictos-i. .--- Prof Conner, Spsciaiist. Jistablisueu l&io. , Thorough examination for diseases, refractive errors ana muscle weakness. Holdfast for eye glasses, iiye water for weak eves. 43 EAST MAIN STREET, 43. (Over 5 and 10s store.) "ONLON BROS. 142 TO 148 SOUTH MAIN STREET. ' '''" .' Optical Department. A Practical and Scientific Optician is in attendance at your service free of 0 charge. Five years of grand success in this department. ' . Fall Dress Goods, Suit ings and Silks at Special Prices ' This Week" At lUc, Fine Colored and Biacls Storm Serges and German Hen- . riettas, this week 10c At 23c, 42-inch Heavy Storm Serge , and Rich Fancies- and Flaid, values 3'Jc to 50c, this week 23c At 33c, Very Fine Lustrous" Hen rietta, and Fancies, values 50c to eye, - 35c At 50c, 50-incli India Twills and Storm Serges, in black and col ors, all 42-inch Henriettas, Eta mines, Venetians and: Cheviots, this week 50e Full line of Poplins, Pebble and Drill Cheviots, Dress Worsteds', . in black and colors, from $1.00, (i'Jc At OSc, 54-inch Broadcloths, -Ve netians, Flaid and Plain Back Suitings, value $1.50, Sc Pi w O o A forced division of our business does not mean $ a 'reduction of stock or energy. 9' 1 Everrtfiing that man or ,boy wears anywhere, on g any occasion, day .or night, is here if not in one place g surely in another. . g Everything for Fall and Winter wear awaits you, Y, P. B d O sc: i P W t in P. ii 1 fi hi O s D o H .'' .-.-"5.:.., ' 1 urdqnAX 63 B ank Street. 4$ Center Street, . Waistings At 120, Handsome Crepe Waist- ' ings, pretty designs, fleeced a"nd crepe backs, from 19c, , 1212C At 15c, Handsome Satin Stripe Waistings, pretty designs, artis . tic colorings, value 25c, ' 13 At 25c, Handsome Satin Stripe and All Wool Waistings In plain and fancies, 23c At 30c, All Wool Waistings, satin stripes, pretty colorings, from 50c, C9c At 50c, the cream of the market; price does not express the val ues, you have to see them, 50c yd 1 . ...... 1 iiis ' k - ir ooster Silks 1 lot 50c Fancy and Plaid Silks in all leading evening and street shades, per yard 23c At 39c, 24-inch All Silk India, val- fie 50cT- - 39e At 39c, 20-inck Taffeta Silks and Satins, 39c At 59c, Handsome Black and Col ored All Silk Taffetas, fully guaranteed," from $1.00, 59c At W, 22-inch All Silk Taffetas, " black only, $1.23 value, C9c At S9c, 27-inch All Silk Taffetas, fully guaranteed, from 1.23, Sdc At 89c, 22-Inch All -Silk Peau de . , Soie, black only, rom $1.23, S9c JONES, MORGAN & .CO. FOvTNES' Comfort and sturdi diness in a glove-the "Fownes," $1.50 heavy walking glove choice cape stock, one button, heavy out seam, English thumb, spear point back, hand sewed seams. The "Fownes" glove has an aristocratic fulness, it has its imitators, too-the absence of Heavy Valltfn Glove fot Men. glOVC Style aS dearly defines the imitation as does the "Fownes ' button mark the genuine. $1.50 to S6 1 '3 ' E3 If psir If your Fall Clothing comes from our store at IIS South Main street, you are sure you saved: money on it, and you wear the best the price could buy. Our high quality Hats are low in price- es - Clothing ' Go. US SOUTH MAIN STREET. R Says that the sugar crop of the world for 1902 is 10,882,256 tons, while the crop for 1901 was 9,630,318 tons. These figures prove that our sugar will be cheaper during, the coming year than during the past year The average price of sugar during the past year was $4.90 a hundred. that to-day and hereafter he shall use milk Instead of water in all his bread. Be sure and ask for Kelly's Milk Bread. Dress Trimmings Everything new and up-to-date in Mohair and Silk Braid, Cut Steel, Jet and Silk Applique and priced within the reacli of the most limited purse. Many new novelties in Valenciennes, Oriental, Point de Paris and Venise Edges and Insertions. Invitation. You are cordially invited to inspect our line of Cloaks, Suits, Separate Skirts . and Waists to compare prices and make yourself at home. Don't put it off too late as the nob biest garments always go first Remember you are under no obligaton to purchase.1 All we ask is an inspection of the lines and comparison of prices with goods of equal' merit. We will abide by your deci sion. 1 . Peool The Universal Food Chopper ' a hmicphnld npr'essitv. This is -the only machine that will absolutely chop in a satisfactory manner. Call and. see it demonstrated. '. ' . ' " "Couldn't- get along without it" is an every day expres: sion we hear. . V ' THE D. B. WILSON. CO., 13, 15. 17 BROADWAY. TVlnrt Thfir Dailv UUtin& With a ood, sate horse to drive would save the ladies many doctors' fees. Fresh air Is nature's toaic. and you get from this stable. C D. PINNEY, sco2v!9sT. Horses given the nest or cara. COAL. We shall fill all orders that have been placed with us at the price booked, but cannot take anv more new orders for Hard Coal until we can buy some. In the meantime we can sell you Wood and . 'JS'oh Coal City Lumber and oal Com pany. 54 CENTER STREET, DODGE and big Is Wa Increasing business oU Center-street People look for the big stock piled to the ceiling as they used to look for the big South. Mala stock How the fine good are piling out oU that Center street store! 13.50 BOYS" rxT i mnnriTTn tt w Aran i reecived Monday (including I'atent Colt and Ell Calf Bluchers) another lot making and still another lot will be started after Wednesday's business. Rah for Waterbury Boys! G. DODGE & CO. 50 Center Street.