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iWATERBURY EVENING- DEMOCRAT. THURSDAY, , OCTOBER -. 23, 1902. ASHER,- the Law and Order league man, will in all probability pay Waterbury a visit soon. C There is a boxing match "on" for some evening in the near fu ture and he is bound- in conscience to stop it, for he has a straight tip it's to be a fight to a finish. Well, more power to Mr Thrasher, and we sincere ly hope when he gets through with the boxers, he'll decide to stop over and give a lecture on good drinks; it wouldn't take him very long to show how -much better a person will feel after partaking of- some nice tea or coffee (the kind we sell, -for instance) than they will after drinking the kind f drinks that often, yes, too often, , puts a man behind the bars for so many days or months. Yes, it's easy for most anyone to see that tea or cof fee (we mean the good kind) is the best drmk for mankind, and also for woman. But the tea or coffee must be the gpod quality, .else it's liable to drive a person to drink. In the lat ter case we thinfc the unfortunate is excusable. - Remember, when you purchase tea or coffee at our store it's guaranteed to suit or money back; therefore it's plain to see we sell the good quality at the right price. By the way., if the butter yon are eating is not the goodkind, or the price too m 2 ii. call at our store and buy a pound and mark the difference in fla vor of the kind sold at Phelan's T Store. 42 East Main Street. Telephone. LANTERNS. , LANTERNS, We have just received a complete line of Lanterns, d sizes, and styles. If you are in need of a first class Lantern give us a ca!!, as our stock includes Dietz Lanterns for use in driving. Hunting, Policemen, Facto ries, Railroads, Automobiles, Street Lamps and Searcn lights, also the Waterbury King. We have also a fine line of Hunting Coats, Guns, Ammunition etc. A J. BOLAN Kardvvara Store, 90-94 Bank Street. 4i The Shop" Let Us Estiniate On Any APERIN You may want done. An un limited selection of Wall Papers and the best workmen in town, assure you of satisfactory results. lapalme-Hoflman Co Painters and Decorators, Leavenworth St. CASH ,. -Paid for oltfgold or taken in exchange. ; Liberal loans on all kinds of personal property. - Unredeemed pledges for sale at half the original cost. Bargains in guns, pistols, musical goods, clocks, dia monds, watches apd jewelry at uncle Jacobs, 81 East Main St. . t k mm 0 , to Optician 19 EXCHANGE' PLACE; : Ono Flight Up. Diamonds, - Watche and Jewelry h fins Line ofWeddini Presents. Repairing of Watches and Jewel r v in t h o B Get Fvl anner. A 'Ma CITYEWS, 'Special prices on veal , at Castle's market for Saturday. t A son was born yesterday to Mr and Mrs Jesse C. Pillsbury of 240 Cherry street. . ; The Trimmers Social club has fitted up club rooms on Washington street. The club will give a ball in the near future. v Friday and Saturday we sell our 1-lb package of currants at half price, 5c. Try our fancy Elgin creamery but ter, sold only by us. The Great A. & P. Tea Co. r ''' The board of finance will hold a spe cial meeting this evening for the pur pose of discussing the appropriations for the police and fire departments for next year. ,-" ;;.'; !- " A petition is being circulated exten sively among the - taxpayers of the eastern section of the city asking for the establishment of a sub-postal sta tion at Pitzpatrlck's pharmacy, cor ner of East Main and Wall streets. Eugene Rowley, engineer at the electric light station, was the victim of burglars last night ; Mr RDwley lives in Mill Plain and when he went to harness his horse this morning he found it impossible to do so, the two sets of harness which were hanging, up in the barn having been taken during the night They are worth' about $0. Mr Rowley has not the slightest clue to the identity of his unwelcome visi tors. Thomas Wilson Black, ir. of Provi dence, 11. I., and Miss Alta Judd Munn, daughter of Dr and "Mrs Stephen B. Munn of 37 Leavenworth street, were married at noon to-day at the home of the bride's parents bv the Rev .TV G. Davenport, D.D., pastor of the Second congregational church. The bride was given away by her. father. The couple will take an extended weddinsr tour after which they will reside at Providence. The funeral of Mrs Thomas Mc- Grath took place yesterday with ser vice at the house by the Rev E. D. Bassett and . interment in Tine Grove cemetery. The bearers were Chnrles Kippett, Edward Doolan, Marcus Brandag. Walter Shandler. Lawi-pncft Doolan and Martin Brophy. The floral tr mutes included a pillow from Mr and Mrs WilllJim MnflrsitTi hnnmmti!" ..w, m. . v. 9 w u uv 1,0. sister of deceased. Mrs C. J. Allen and Mrs Charles Lynch. : ' usThe distrirt pnnrt troa rrraTlQ,1 ttt'uti business to-day. Judge Cowell pre sided in the court room ' nroner snil Deputy Judge Peasley held court; in the clerk's office, issuing papers oficit Izenship. To-morrow evening will be the last' onnortunitv 'onlwhir'h an. plieants for citizenship can be accom modated this yean This evening the court will be in session and those who are eligible should be on hand early, for the customary crush toAvard the end has already begun. , To-morrow evening the board of ed ucation will hold an adjourned meet ing for the purpose of looking into the estimates of expenses of the school department for next year. It is tak en for granted that an appropriation for" another school will be in the esti mates. The Merriman ' and Ridge street schools are said toe both over crowded, but the neAv Mulcahy school will greatly ? relieve .this congestion. It is Mayor KIlduETS idea, howeveh to build a schooj ev?ry -year.- ' J What will no doubt prove one of the best attraction's of the season is the concert and promenade which will be given at the City hall to-night by the Economic league. Faulman's orches tra has been engaged by the commit tee, which consists of J. M. Lynch, .J. T. Daly, J. A. Robinson and John Somers, to furnish music for the danc ing and to give a concert previous to the dancing. So that those who do not wish, to dance, but who enjoy good music, should attend to-night Admission is only 25 cents. : 1 J - Judge Shum way telephoned Clerk MarslTbf the superior court this fore noon that short calendar would have to be, postponed ; to .Tuesday forenoon at 10 o'clock, as he will; be 'engaged in Tolland county to-morrow issuing papers Of Citizenship. - This puts back the selection of a day for hearing the election contest between Flanagan and" IIynes,: as well as a number of ex parte divorce petitions. Attorney O'Neill was asked this morning if ho had complied with the order of the court to have his answer ready for fil ing by to-morrow. He said he would be ready, and with a surprise, too. In the suit of the New Haven Trust Co versus L. A. Patt and John B. Do herty. Judge Thayer handed down his decision yesterday, .:. giving judgment for the plaintiff to recover $14,280.83. This case was known na tho nntt loan case, a transaction from which i, arose. v a... ljutton lived in New York and a loan of $10,000 was made him shortly before the receiver for the old Connecticut Indemnity association in which -the defendants were officials, was appointed. The case was heard once by Judge Tloraback and he decid ed against the plaintiffs. There was another misunderstand ing at Roger Bros' this morning when about twenty men employed in the roughing out room quit -work on ac count of a difference with Superintend, ent Tobin. The men say that they were employed on a job some time ago which didn't go right and upon Investi gation , it was found that there was something the matter with the metal They claim that he superintendent told them to do the best they could and that he would give them a . day's pay. They didn't get this and not being satisfied with the explanation given them by the superintendent they got off for the forenoon and came up town. They decided to return to work this afternoon, but In tend to continue the demand for a fair day's pay for tile eight days they were on that job. The owners of shoe stores in this city have been worked in a systematic manner and to good advantage by a gang of small boys and some small girls during the past three or four weeks. A local shoe dealer thus , ex pressed himself to-day: "For several weeks shoe dealers all over town have been surprised at the extraordinary'de mand for free shoe laces on the part of small boys and girls. - The demand became so great that one of the deal ers investigated one day recently. Out side of his store were about a dozen boys, every one of whom came into his store in succession and asked for a ).-iir of shoe laces. They did like Av K. at all the other shoe stores in the city. When they had received n. j.uial-f r of pairs they 'either sold them i v zv. de chains out of tAern. but they .1 i bo no more for we are "on" t3 Miss Julia Woodhull of this city and Ernest N." Hill-of East Morris will be married October 29 at high noon at the home of the bride,"842 East Main street. . . . : -.. , . The continued hearing of the case of the Owens SPpttery Co against the Turnbull Dry Goods Co was resumed in the district court to-day before Judge Cowell. ' An agent, from the Vehicle Supply Co was here yesterday exhibiting pho tographs of electric vehicles. He called "at the police station, there be ing rumors of an electric police patrol in the air. - . The funeral of John Murphy took place this morning from his late home on Bridge street with-a mass of re quiem at the Immaculate Conception church by: the Rev Father McGuane and interment in Calvary cemetery. The bearers were Thomas Evans, Morris Lynch, John Kane, James Do lan, Patrick Witte and Patrick . Shea. Th e L. F. II S Floors o! New, Clean Reliable Goods! FURNITURE-The good, " substan tial, , honest-made kind. (Nothing trashy). , CAIfPETS Now ' goods, beautiful designs: low prices put them within everybody's reach. , .. . . . .- RUGS All kinds and v slips: verv popular; used, more than ever ; im mense stock of new goods to select iroiu. LACE CTTRTATNS WTNnDW SHADES. 'OIL QLOTHS, LINOLEUMS. MUSLIN AND LACE GOODS bv the yard. ORIENTAL FABRICS New lot. iust received. Everything to make home beautiful. Prices jilwnvs mnrtpd in plain figures. WALL PAPERS Kpw fall sfnek just. in. Nice, fresli fnnfls. Prir are still lower than last season. ' Come in anu look them over. CIFM? THELF.HMSE 5 " floors, over the' Reid :& Hughes Dry ' Goods Co. - - 27 and 2y CKNTEli STREET. n M A Special for The Boys. Single Shot "Daisy' Air Gun 65c, K regular price 75c, the "Daisy" is one of the safest, strongest shooting and most accurate guns using single "B" shot its toade of sheet steel and has the limit of endurance. Sentinel Repeaters 75c, regular price $1.25, the only Automatic, ' break (Iowa repeating fAir rifle 'on ' the marketsnoots 30Q times with out . reloading. $. ;These prices for this lot only. Waterbury Hardware Co., 205 Eank St ; - Castle's Marl TO-DAY ANO SATURDAY. ' 25 Hiridqtiahers Veal Legs, v 12c lb Loins, . 10c !b Rumps, - , 10c lb Cutlets, 18c lb Fancy Fowls; . 13c to 16c lh Fresh Shoulders, lie lb Pork Loins (strips) . I3c lb Legs Lamb, 12c lb Lamb Chops, 10c lb AND PRICES on all STEAKS, POT ROASTS and BOILING BEEF That Will Interest You. Castle's Market k-2Zftf.i!!i. :..lllm!tVM.-mJfH... . ....... - .-L-i ..AftiJ Remember when you wish to trade That money saved Is money made; iBy purchasing at Finn's shoe store You save full ten per cent-or more; Prove this fact, you'll "find in time More truth than poetry in my rhyme. WHY NOT ' Step inside and see - some of pur up to the minute styles ? f ft u MOURNING . MILLINERY In profusion, and in all the elegance that artistic selection ensures. ; ; Untrimmed Hats, Bonnets, Veils, Silks, Crepes, Ribbons, Flowers and Ornaments are shown in endless variety, ' I. CHASE EXCHANGE PLACE. lieillerlPecliGo mm m, mm mm 24 At $1.G9 Children's heavy winter Coats, braid trimmed, value $3. At $1.79 Ladies' Storm Skirts, hand somely stitched, .value $3. . At $1.89 Extra long .bear fur Scarfs, value $3. At 39c Colored Silk Moires, all colors, -value 59c. v At 49c 27-inch, black silk lining Serge, - value $1. v. ' ' . At 69c Silk finish Velvets for cos tumes, value $1. At 21c Double fold wool Dress Goods for children's dresses. " At 7c Fast black French Percaline, value 10c. . ' ' At 2."5c G-inch black moire Sash Rib bons, were 50c. At 5c 3-inch ; Scotch Plaid Ribbons, were 15c. ,' At 59c Tarn O'Shanters,, were 75c. At 10c Pillow Cases, 4ox3G, from 12i2c " At 8 l-3c Heavy Canton Flannel, from 10c. ; - - . - . At 15c Gray twilled Flannel, from 20c. . ' . , At 10c Lonsdale Cambric, from 12Y2c. At 7c Flannelettes, from 10c. At 10c Yard, wide Tercales, from ol2c . ' ; . At 10c Women's fast . black fleece Hose, value 12c. . ' . At 1214c Women's fast black fleeced ' Hose, value 17c. At 25c Boys' blue fleeced Shirts and Drawers, mill run Roods.- value 39o. At 39c Women's jersey ribbed fleeced ' Vests and Pants, value 50c. - At 50c Men's sample Working Gloves, value 75c. . - v : At $2 Men's, pure worsted. ' regular made Sweaters, value . $2.50. ' fc 39c Ladies' hifth neck Nig ONLON BROS. 142 TO 148 SOUTH MAIN STREET. Optical Dep't. EYes TEsreo and exa$ FftE6 OF" CHARGE. - HALF PRICe . SAL ;0F FRAjeS ETC. FOR FHI0AV AWD SATUHDAV. ' arpams ForFriday Bargain-. Dayv At ht Robes, tucked voke. vnln 50p At 49c Ladies' square neck Xiiriit "Robes. .Hamburg trimmed, value G9c. At 25c Ladies' Marguerite Corset Gov . ers. Hamburg and ribbon trimmed value 50e. - J .A . I53 "South Main Street Ooioo IWede 0era!gs For the rest of ; the week you can have trie best oc Overalls for 'only 0 Made in'ail colors and de signs. . -- . 4-ply Linen Collars, ioc Prof Coulter, Spacia isl. . Thorough examination for diseases, refractive errors and muscle weakness. Holdfast for eye glasses. Eye water for weak ayes. .? " 43 EAST MAIN STREET, 43. (Over 5 and 10c store.) i.v mi a' T ir. cr ir. c mr 1 w oostci At Sc Fine white crossbar Mus- . lin, from Gc, .. 31 At 4V2C Fine dark colored Outing Flannels, from 7c, - 4c At 5c Fine patcii-work Quilting, from Gc and 7c, , 5c At 10c Fine mercerized Sateen, black, from 12e and 15c, 10c At 15c 8-4 brown 'Sheeting, from 20c, 15c At 5c Lot - Apron Gingham, from Gisc, 5c At 19c Fine oil boiled turkey red , Table' Damask', from 25c, 19c At 39c Very wide grass bleached Table 'Linen, from 50c, " " ' ' ; 89c At 49c Full size double fleece Blankets, from G9c, 49c At OSc-rrFine double 'faced Sateen Comfortables, from, $1.25, . 98c At 3 c Heavy twilled Toweling, ' '. from 5c, - 4c At 8c Full size bleached Pillow' Slips, from 10c, , ' 8c At 45c 10-piece Sanitary Diaper, from 55c, ; . , 45d WARM GARMENTS. Men's and Roys' outing flannel Night Shirts,. . 47c Ladies' and. Misses', outing' flannel Night Gowns, braid trimmed, , frpm taJc,,. . . .. - . -f 49c CHILDREN'S CLOAKS. Tl Childrei!s Eiderdown Coats, braid trimmed, from $1.50, - OSc CHILDREN'S POKE BONNETS: Children's , fine silk Poke Bonnets, -from 75c, . ' 50c MEN'S FURNISHINGS. . Men's blue flannel Shirts, singla and double breast, f rem $1, Fri day , 75c Men's outing flannel Shirts, spe cial Friday 42c Men's; percale Shirts, with bands, from 50c,' Friday ' '. MenV! silk" reck' Scarfs, .from 25c, Friday :. ' ' ' V '' ". Men's '.Overalls, from 50d, 39c V " - UNDERWEAR. Men's fine Camel's Hair Under wear, from 75c, v. 47c Men's scarlet single mid double breasted Shirts, from $1.25,' . OSc Ladies' fine heavy ribbed fleeced Underwear, from 39c, 25c Children's camel's hair and ribbed v ' fleece lined. Underwear, for size 16 (rise 2c each larger size), 10c Boys' camel's hair Underwear, from 25c 19c 39c, 25c 17 Exchange Place ays that the sugar crop of the world for 1902 is 10,882,250 tons, while the crop for ,1901 was 9.G30.318 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. . kri j .v SAYS that to-day and hereafter he shall use milk instead of .water in all his bread. Re mra and ask for Kelly's Milk HOSIERY. Children's fine ribbed Hose, fast black, . . ' 5c Children's heavy ribbed Hose, dou ble sole and heel, from 120, , Sc Ladies' fine gauge and fleece lined Hose, from 19c, , 12c Men's fine gauge Hose, from 12y2c, 8c UPHOLSTERY. At 10c Fine silk Window Shades, ' from 15c, 10c At 20c Our 25c ' special fringed Window Shades, all colors, from 25c, , , 20c At 4c FJrass Extension Rods, . 4c At 4c Fine Curtain Muslin, from 10c, 4c At 7c Yard wide Silkoline, from 12c, . .. 7c( At 10c Pretty pattern Pillow Tops, from 2oc, . 10c . UMBRELLAS. 20 and 28 inch Umbrellas, steel rod, paragon frame, from 75c, " -50c SHOE BARGAINS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY! Men's vicl kid, box calf and pa . tent leather Shoes, medium and heavy soles of the best oak leath er; these shoes are warranted to give satisfaction, the best in town for $2.50. special for Friday and -Saturday . . $1.87 Women's dongola kid, patent tip, lace and button Shoes, all sizes, the best goods made for $1.25, Friday and Saturday , S7c Women's finest selected kid Shoes, 10 styles, all sizes, regular $2.50 shoes, Friday and Saturday $1.87 Women's $1.50 kid Shoes, Friday and Saturday .. y S1.19 Youths' Never Rip Shoes, sizes 8y2 to 13, Friday and Saturday OSc Misses' $1 Shoes, sizes 11 to 2, Friday and Saturday C9c- n . n ion mm 55s . s? o 8 S I fiS 8 a s Sweaters for the sportsmen, for the children, for the misses and their mothers,-": :.- In all the new ''wrinkles like the "Sterling Wescut'' for men and the "Cambridge Jacket" for women. v More Boys' Sweaters than we ever had before,- . .' t8 . r , lto'-.$5:.' 68 Bank Street. 4$ Center Street M 4 St 8 i l Si -'S 'd a St si o a r. Si IK P ') i n 55 W o g- a v a. JUNES',-M ORG A N dc CO.; What more can you desir.c in clothes than to have them 'made from thoroughly tested fashionable fabrics have them tail ored in the' best possible manner have them fit satisfactorily and have them make you appear a thoroughly well dressed man ? ; That's our SORT of clothes,, with our label on them, because it stands for clothes as good as can be made for just half the price of the custom-tailor. Suits $6 to $30. Overcoats $7-50 to $40 JONES, At ORG A N SCO. n t Per Weelk. STANDARD 1 Per Week. OLOTKIMG - 00- 1 56 East Main St., Opp. Poll's Theatre. -PIONEERS OP CASH OR CREDIT :. CREDIT. -TO -ALL. That's the basis of the Standard Credit Clothing Co's plan. The Wage Earners, the great bulk of the population of every large city, receive from their employers a certain fixed sum. of money. They know to a cent how much they can spend for any purpose. The Standard Credit Clothing Co,' Cash or Credit plan, recognizes the needs of this vast army of people it gives them an opportunity of clothing theineslves and their families in com-" f prtable, stylish garments. Small weekly payments, without sacriflcinjg qual ity or paying an exorbitant price. Why not think it over? : Attractive Suits for Ladies, ' $10 to $30 Stylish Coats for Women, $11 to $45 A Full Line of Men's Suits, $9 to $25 Leading Styles of Overcoats, $12.50 toT $25 ; Also full assortment of Furs, Millinery and Children's Wear. Look, us over before buying elsewhere. Our prices are lower than any cash etore'a and our terms , 31: PER WEEK. . Headquarters For FOOT BALL v SUPPLIES, Shoes ' Pants, Jackets, Jerseys, Belts, Stockings, Shoulder Pads, i . Elbow Pads, Hip Pads,. . Knee Pads, CLUB OUTFITTERS. Call and Get Prices, Head Harness, Nose Guards, Supporters, . Shin Guards, Mouth Pieces. THE D: B. ' WILSON - CO. 3. IS. l7 BROADWAY. With a good, safe horse to drive wemd save the laaies many Fresh air. is natures tonic, and you get your ris from this stable. . , C D. PINNEY, scov?Lii9sT. Horses given the best of care. for We will sell Coal in limited quantities in Stove; Nut and Pea sizes. Have also a good supply of Seasoned Wood. . City Lumber and oal Company, 54 CUNTCn STREET, " "Brockton, Mass, Oct 17, 1902 Mfl II. G, DODGE: . My Dear Sir: Your letter of Octo. ber 16th has been received. I am glad to learn that you are Increasing your business with H3, and hope you will continue to need large quantities . of the . Waterbury shoe. Your order for sizes received to-day will be put into the works immediate ly, and I think I can guarantee ship ment of these goods by November 5th. I will give this matter my PERSONAL. ATTENTION, and assure you that every effort will be made to get your goods out promptly. Yours very truly, This is a personal letter from the rnaker and tells its own story. A biff order sent September- EOth will.be in our store Wednesday night, for those who are waiting for the snappiest $3.50 shoe in town. , - II, G. DODGE M 50 Center Street.