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WATERBURY ..'EVENING ....-DEMOCRAT. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1902.
ST ( MS litllEi. . The Corbett and Rice Contest is Now Almost Assured. Many of the Objectors Are Getting Weary of Thrasher They Believe in Home Government and Dislike Foreign Influence Some - Suspi cion That There May Be Personal Reasons for Thrasher's Pursuit of Corbett and Manager Crowley. It is pretty nearly a foregone conclu sion that the Rice-Corbett boxing ex hibition will assuredly take place No vember 6. Even the objectors havt almost conceded that they can s find nothing objectionable in the exhibition as advertised and while some of them who have probably never seen a box ing exhibition are still holding out, the majority of them will take no fur ther steps to prevent the exhibition. One thing that has induced some of the objectors to draw out of the .mat ter is the fact that Thrasher, who lives down In New Haven and is mak fog a good fat thins out of his oosition: was making the balls and : they were wring wem. They began to think that when the last legislature would not give. Mr Thrasher the right to control boxing, that the members of the leg islature knew what they , were doing. They argued, why, then, should they try to help Mr Thrasher In a matter In which the state lawmakers refused to even let him have a look in? The good people of this city who have been holding meetings to pre vent what they believed was to be : a violation of the law had only the word : of this man in New Haven that such was. the case. Very manv nf thom Prfde.ln their own judgment rt Z aiSO reel tnat they can con S?f hel,own Wttle affairs without the aid of foreign interference. That is a good way to look at it They sav why does not Mi- Thrown. . .il .1 r ls charter calls on him to do? " aLVl uury is not a wicked city, by any means. nlrhnno-T. r. rm.'t. ' Jhave them think otherwise. Our -w. as gooa a name for morality ?ny In tne state. : We have " " aa aa such exhibitions. ' They have not lowered our moral standing one iota.; The best people in the city have patronizArf TlaTYf m.. iy i, i a iirasner," hT3 own business and not try to blast the namA of w,f.i . ... . broadcast 'EvSlL and Ttwi . tma city' Gambling fw -S? JiQn?r sel"nS are two of .1 s vanus or Mr Thrasher's charter. He should use those planks a little morA fhnn h i f . cities attend to their own affairs. They have been told and they are beginning "that M, Thrasher has SSS v 5 Jrei WI11cn bis charter calls on him to. that fa nti.; anee daring the J,aTt year SJlSfS looking , for notoriefv-. in - " a certain boxer and manager wher ' wrlney ay Pear. - Why has he not followed up the boxers in New Britain and other places? Why has he signaled out Corbett and Manager Crowley as Bis objects of attack? Why has e never objected to any of Aus - tin Rices contests before? What is the reason that this secretary of the Law and Order league has, whieh is forcing him to chase Corbett all over the country? There must be some thing behind it all, they believe, and they propose now to let Mr Thrasher attend to his own affairs and they will look out for their own, ... Philadelphia may get an opportunity of taking McGovern's place and fight ing . Jordan. Ord way has written to Bettinson" suggesting Callahan. ftwipiro MT?nr1rlpn the liffhtweiffht. is anxious to fight Joe Gans again. "I am desirous of tackling Joe tans nfrnin." cnva MpTTurlflen. "and to show that I mean, business I will agree as a starter to take on both uans ana unar- Splo-ar nf .Tersev Citv on the same night in one ring, and if I win both or j secure a araw in eacn mm i win De ,i ready to fight Gans for twenty rounds" or to a finish later on. I am my own manager now and will attend to my own business in Uie future. I fought Gans seven times. The result was four draws, one victory and two de feats. If Gans or Selger refuses to match with any other man scaling 133 or 133 pounds." , , ON THE GRIDIRON Some of the Big Six Teams Not In " 1 . Good Shape. Manager Bulkeley of the football team wrote a letter to the principal of the Waterbury High school and also to the. superintendent of public schools of Waterbury and both of these men sympathize with the Hartford boys In their feeling toward the Waterbury management. They also admit that five of the team were graduates of the Waterbury - High school. Hartford Courant. BASEBALL NEWS. Lajoie LWM Not Be With the New York Nationals. - The report is revived that Lajoie is to play with the New York N atiohal league team next year. This time the king-pin batsman is to get $25,000 for two years, Brush having landed him out. west. Lajoie has lately gone Into New Haven, Oct 30. The coaches at Yale are trying , hard to keep the 'varsity eleven keyed up , to concert pi tch. The team had to be . brought up close to an edge ; for the Syracuse game. It has to be driven hard for the West Point match on next Satur-' day and will have to be maintained at top notch form for f the game with Bucknell on the following Saturday if Yale is to defeat the eleven which beat the Carlisle Indians 18 to 0. After that is the Princeton match, and the next week the team must come to its su preme "form for the game with Har vard on November 22. Yale never has been obliged to have its eleven almost, on edge for so long before. The problem . is simplified by the absence of a hospital list No players are out of condition and Yale has a squad of seventy-five men avail able if she wishes to use them. The eleven will go down to New York late on Friday afternoon and will remain there till Saturday morning, when tha players will go to West Point T a WITn THE WRESTLERS. . Professor Dwyer and Jesse Foley Are ' Landed Winners. Jim Parr, the English wrestler, has clinched two important matches. The first will be with M. J. Dwyer on No vember 7, at the Olympic club, Buf falo, and the other with "Butch" Saar, at the same club, on December 17. Professor Dwyer "won the great the cigar business in Cleveland, 4 which wrestling bout from J. C. Comstock is considered a good reason why he last night in the Meadow street Opera will continue to pay bail there. ; John house, New Haven, after being thrown McGraw, manager of the New York twice. The articles canea tor a match Nationals, said last night that he would of one hour, Comstock to throw Dwyer ; not be surprised if the report were four times in the sixty minutes, or I true that Brush had corralled Lajoie. lose the match. The wrestling was "Mr Brush has been after Lajoie and good all the -way through, and the ' .u ii . j : .1 : nff. A t.nii. t ; V.i . t ci ii. . i. ivvv ui uiee vmer 'Siais,, saiu , m-- tvui h ui . uoui kiii.uiiis ui iiie. max was ivaln m Slicing in Boiina. A curious case "of desecration of a grave by a superstitious1 population is reported from the district of Rogatza, in Bosnia. A peasant living in a village called Hrenovicza committed suicide by hanging himself. Shortly afterward 'a severe drought set in, which threat ened to destroy, the crops. The peas ants held a council and, connecting the drought with the man's suicide, re solved to open the grave and pour wa ter on the corpse, in order that this I might bring the longed-for rain. Their intentions were carried out, and the grave was then filled again, after pray ; er had been offered. The rain, however, 1 did not come, and the villagers who had j taken part in this curious rite have been arrested by the gendarmes. Geo- Graw. "I have heard nothing from t liberally applauded. Comstock had i him to the effect that he, has signed the advantage in weight by about 20 ! "OiANOS TUNED Lajoie, but expect to know to-naorrow, 1 pounds. Comstock threw Dwyer in ! r r at c"V when Mr Brush will be here." , Secre-; eighteen minutes, and after a rest of tary Knowles of the New York club j ten minutes followed this up with an said last night that so far as he knew - other -fall in seventeen minutes. In Lajoie had not signed with New York, j the third period Dwyer managed to but he thought there was a strong pos-, get Comstock's head between his legs sibility that he would do so. An inter- j and by catching hold of Comstock's view with Lajoie himself came from ! ieg finally forced the giant to the floor Cleveland last night and the player said: JL'here is absolutely no truth In the report. I expect to play ball in Cleveland next year if I live, and noth ing will tempt me to break my con tract with the Cleveland club." Princeton, N. J.,' Oct 30. A survey of Princeton's hospital list is enough to discourage her supporters. Kafer and Burke are out of the game for good; Bradley may possibly have wa ter on the knee; Barney, who had just recovered from sickness, is now threatened with a relapse; Henry ha& an injured back, and Ross McClave a case of "charleyhorse" in his thigh. If the latter is not able to play against Cornell on Saturday the line will cer tainly be in poor shape to stand a hard game, , The coaches hare at last persuaded Pierson 'to report for practice. The freshman Keith has made a good im pression the two dayshe has been on the scrub. . Taking into consideration the fact, that he would naturally- be more or less nervous ..the first few days in 'varsity company, he has done well. He is unsteady in catching punts, but when he once secures the ball he runs and kicks back like a vet eran. He is also a. sure tackier. Cincinnati, O., Oct 30. According to a well, known patron of the turf who is now af Latonia, Barney Dreyfuss, president of the Pittsburg baseball club, will have a fine stable of thor oughbred racers next year, provided he ' can get a buyer ; for c his baseball franchise. Ever since the close of the championship season Dreyfuss and Harry Pulliam, secretary of the club, have tak'en several flying trips to New York to see some of the big" turf eventsv and made some successful coups. Dreyfuss. it is said, paid about $125,000 for his holdings in the Pittsburg club. During the last two years he has made a fortune with the champions of the National league. In the last tvzQ months, however, his bed of roses has had many a thorn, in it, and he is said to be tadly broken up over ' the raid of the American league and the desertion of players that he contends to have treated J almost like members; of his own family. Outside of the breaking up of his team, the National league has several times done, things to which Dreyfuss has- taken exception. . winning the match. Jesse Folev of this city, in the preliminary remained the half hour with Jacob Smith, the "Flying Dutchman." The latter was to throw Foley twice in thirty minutes but failed. Billy Edwards of Harlem had an- I terbury. My place of business is not ; other chance against John Piening at j located within 200 feet in a direct line i Hv ATFlX. HAR rianos, no matter how old, can be repaired. Orders may be left at George N. Ells' book store, G4 Bank street, Waterbury, Conn. LICENSE APPLICATIONS! To the Board of County Commission ers for New Haven county : I' hereby apply for a license to sell spirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale, lager beer, Rhine wine and cider; at 81 Railroad Hill street, town of Wa- fif teen minute bout, under Graeco-! Roman style Edwards acquitted him self surprisingly well, but was forced to bite the dust after thirteen minutes and thirty-nine seconds. Piening al most had Edwards on both shoulders at the expiration of the eighth minute, but by a clever mqve Edwards escaped, house, or the premises pertaining there to, or any postoffice, public library or cemetery. Date'd at Waterbury this 11th day of October, A. D. 1902. L 'JAMES O'LOUGIILIN, Applicant. We, , the undersigned electors and taxpayers, as defined by law, of the .. Savannah. Ga. Oct SO.-After the fifth round of a spirited bout that was beuetrmea ror twenty, rounds before; the Savannah Athletic club, Andy Da ley of Boston lasT night threw up the sponge to Tommy Feftz. Daley ex plained to the crowd 1 that he had to take off six pounds yesterday to make 118. the limit of the articles of agree ment, and that he was so weakened thereby that he felt he was doing him self injustice to continue. . Daley's boxing weight is 124 pounds. . Feltz had the better of the argument . ; Chicago, Oct 30.-Local methods of training for six round bouts are apt to be revolutionized if Terry McGov ern stays here much longer. Durin" a setto between "Buddy" Ryan and Jimmy Barry, at the former's training quarters, Terry went to Ryan and said: "Of course von nr nnt.TrAK Ing for a. championship fight, but your Cambridge, Mass, Oct 30. The hard, fast football to which the squad was subjected Tuesday was continued yes terday, and It is expected that the 'var sity will be In the finPRf Ehnna crrV.AW i the Indians come here on Saturday. sruuiuiu, xne oia nairoack, who report ed to the coaches a week ago, is now making a ! strong bid for halfbk. His experience helps him considerably. Leatherbee is the only man who has had the same experience as Putnam, and he is likely to push the old player hard for the position. For some time the coaches have been looking for a capable end to act as substitute to Jones, but as yet no promising man has turned up. Knowl ton is improving In his work every day, and it besrins to look as if he would be the legitimate successor to Cutts. '. The national board of arbitration which, has been ' holding sessions the last three days trying to straighten put the western baseball war, adjourn ed yesterday until November 15. with out having brought about peace. Be fore adjourning, however, the warring minor leaguers decided on a truce, in the way of not bidding for each others' players until after the adjourned meet ing. The American association rep resentatives at the conference put forth a proposition to settle the trouble by the Western league withdrawing frotn Kansas City and Milwaukee, giv ing the territory over to the American association. In return, T. II. Van Brunt, the financial backer of the Western . league, was to receive a half Interest Itt the Kansas City club. This offer was refused by the Western league people, who want an equal di vision of the disputed territory, .the American association to take either Kansas City or Milwaukee " and the Western league to take the other. This the American association representa tives - refused i to , do. " The Western league men then offered to buy the franchises in the two disputed cities for $20,000 or sell out at the! same figure. The magnates could n ot 'get together on either, plan and decided to take time to think the, matter over. Edwards became the aggressor for a Unro nf .WfiWhnrv homh nrn brief - period at the beginning the the appiication of the above-named eleventh mmute.' He roughed Piemng, for guch ncense: Peter Bauby, Jo VlV? Wfs only momentarv. h Bauby H, M. "Rigney M. F. Car- AlthoughEd wards .was game he could mody Jolm Deffeiari. Dated at Waterbury this 11th day of not withstand .'iening's firm grasp and fell on his back, j The fall was clean cut and Edwards admitted his defeat. "Whitey" Hess had an inning with Piening. at the matinee and but for his over-confidence might have come out with ; flying colors." ; Hess while the October, A. D. 1002. To the Board of County Commission- ers for New Haven county: I hereby apply for a hotel license to sell snirit.nnna flnrl intnTlffltinf Hnnnrs. bout was in progress showed excellent J aie, lager Jbeer, Rhine wine and cider, rorm. J3ux iie wmu ikjx staua xne at 322-?424 Meadow street, town of Wa heayy strain and collapsed when the , terbury. My place of business is not 5 ame' ?he "mtTfimm located within 200 feet in a direct line ner and Peter Kreeg inside of fifteen , 5n-or: Prennses pertainin minutes.. Get a free sample of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets at any drug store. They are easier to take and more pleasant in effect than pills. Then their use is not followed by con stipation as is often the case with pills. Regular size 25c per box. WITH THE HORSES, , Philadelphia, Oof .no. The candi dates of the University of Pennsyl vania -are now - indulsrinsr in spcret practice. Most of the work this week" battle with Kid Broad on Friday night 3 been drillin the team in defense, means about as much to you Don't Tnere lias been some tendency to fum box so lightly. Get some big fellow b,e by the Dacks- but it Is expected you can slug. This fancy work will -they over this efore the meet make a Harht hitter n -i, lug with Columbia on Saturdav. up. iou win nnd it s ditfpront- ,a"'w il iuu sxreugrn out "Sted" of the Springfield Union has a little chat with Roger Connor and speaks about it as follows: . Manager Roger Connor is in t-e city, having come here directly from the meeting of minor leagues in New York. He says he is glad to get back to Springfield, but that his visit will necessarily be short on this occasion and he will be here only a few days. He has already signed two addition al players for next season, John Bag ley of Pottsville, Pa, and Charles Thompson, both, of them k infielders. Bagley is a first baseman and a heavy hitter. He played with New Haven Records Are Broken on the Memphis Track. Memphis, Tenn, Oct 30. Two more world's records were reduced and an other tied at yesterday's meeting of the Memphis Trotting association. The first special event was the attempt of Direct Hal andr Prince Direct to pace a mile as 'a' team against the record of 2:08. ,Th pair were driven time, 2:05. was hung out the crowd r t I yelled itself hoarse. The -first quarter i a cf"rch edl.fice or P"?1? sc01 bouse' was paced in 0:32,' the half in 1:04 or tne Pemises pertaining thereto, or and the three-rmnrtPr nnlo. wna ne ! a "uluu: uuimj ur wiuw thereto, or any . postoffice, public 11 brary, or cemetery. Dated at Waterbury this 7th day of October, A. D. 1902. LUKE STAPLETON, Applicant. We, the undersigned electors and taxpayers, fas defined by law, of the town of Waterbury, hereby endorse the application of the above-named for such license: " Dennis A. Magraw, William M. Gillette, James J. Cassin, Edward McManus, William H. Her man. Dated at Waterbury this 7th day of October, A. D. 1902. To the Board of County Commission ers for New Haven county: I hereby apply for a license to sell spirituous and Intoxicating liquors, ale, lager beer, Rhine wine and cider, at 31 Phoenix avenue town of Water bury. (A My place of business is lo- L It Is Possible You have your own ideas what the boys should wear for Overcoats, es pecially the little fellows. The older boys have Ideas of their own. If you will come to U., S. & Co,, our experience and selection of the popular : styles will help' you to get the right thing for all ages, even at the price you want to pay; With CowJes Millinery Store. 53-55 Center St. In ...1:34 Onward Silver next appeared to beat bis preWus two-mile trotting record of 4:28. Driven- by Hudson, the horse made a gallant effort but only could tie his mark. , : The bay stallion Nervola . was sent against 4:2514,: the pacing record for stallions at two miles. Dean . handled his horse well and at the end a full second was chipped off the old figures. Prince Alert failed to beat the geld ing's pacing record of 2:00, finishing the mile in 2:01. Sir Albert S was a hot favorite for the Emerald handicap for 2:09 pacers. He gave way to Carl Wilkes after the first heat, the latter horse winning handily. . Chain Shot beat The Abbot in the free-for-all trot, while Hugh Wynne annexed the purse in the 2:30 trot. - tery. Dated at Waterbury this 14th day of October, A. D. 1902. DANIEL F. MACK, Applicant. We, the undersigned electors and taxpayers, as defined by law, of the town of Waterbury, hereby endorse the application of the above-named for such license : . D. A. Magraw, Peter Bauby, M. F. Carmody, M. D. Russell, H. M. Rigney. v Dated at Waterbury this 14th day of October, A. D. 1902. Bonds and Stocks Local Investments a Specialty. : : : C 1. HlOIwJVlHS, 63 North Main Street. ', - People's Market 21 Phoenix Avenue. SBOHL, Proprietor, Spring Turkeys, . Spring Ducks", Broilers, . Roasting Chickens, Squabs, . Fowl, - -Deerfoot Farm and Newport , Sausage, Celery . , Parsley, Cranberries,- Spinach, Egg Plant, , Oyster Plant, Squash, Pumpkins, Horse Radish Root, I T .'I WV .r-''i:.- A V'. Jir. -v sn 5 111 THE LINEN MAN knows more about linen ' than W0 could learn in many years, but there ia nobody on earth that can teach us any thing about the care of linen, and bow; to best preserve its wearing qualities. We stake our reputation upon a slngl trial of our laundry work. Home Steam Laundry A. J. COON EY, Prop' r, 277 BANK STREET. To the Board of County Commission ers for New Haven county: . I hereby apply for a license to sell SFirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale, lager beer, Rhine wine and cider, at 168 Hill street, town of Waterbury. My place of business is not located within 200 feet in a direct line of a church edifice or public school house, or . the premises pertaining thereto, or any postoffice, public library or ceme tery. ' Dated at Waterbury this 11th day of October, A. D. 1902. DANIEL Sn ANN AHAN, Applicant. We, the undersigned electors and taxpayers, as defined by law, of the town of Waterbury, hereby, endorse the application : of the above-named for such license? Frank P. 1 Brett, John F. O'Brien, William J. Rigney, M. D. Russell, T. F.' Butler. ' Dated at Waterbury thl3 11th day of October, A. D. 1902. , To the Board of County Commission ers for New Haven county: . I hereby apply for a license to sell spirituous . and intoxicating liquors, ale, lager beer, Rhine wine and cider, at 747 North Main street, town of Wa terbury. My place of business is nox it when you get in the ring with Broad. I know what he is. He will not stand and box with you. He Is there to take the top of your head off if you'll let him. That's the kind of .work you want to get in shape" for. It would advise that you get a middleweight and every day .have a real fight with him. This fancy tapping won't do at aH.". Benny Yanger and Tim Callahan are to have another six round bout The American Athletic club of Chicago has secured the boys for Monday night, November. 10. The fighting game -is too slow for yesterday, with the exception of Cap tain Gardiner. Baird and Ricliardson, and speedier, quicker starting play has not been seen on Franklin field this- year. The regulars did not stay in long, but in fifteen . minutes they scored three ' times on the scrub, and the scrub had been unable to make any advances. After the substitutes had been put in. the scrub, playing Colum bia football, carripd the ball half the length of the gridiron , for a touch down, made by Keller. TIIE ELKS BAZAAR, Ithaca, N. Y., Oct 30. In its last hard practice before the Princeton game the Cornell 'varsity smothered XI 1 J . m - rv?v?f tTu , 7, ,tm , , . . lue ruus. scoring rour touennowns m ?Sn1 f?i,f"nA ! ' twenty minutes of play. The excel- r , ,T uest lpnt "wort-of Kettle;- a freshman half- tKys at his weight. He considers back, was an encouraging feature of , . , , , , , V U1 -a-"tr xne practice. Alteil a3 aDOUt his Size. TTrnilnn la regarded as the cleverest bantam ever seen on the coast. Tom Sharkey has made another de claration that he will nerer fight again. The refusal of Gus Ruhlin To meet the former sailor caused Tom so much dis appointment that he now says a $50, 00 offer will not be sufficient induce ment' to make him enter the ring, again. .... During the past four weeks Young Corbett has appeared in five bouts and a side entertainment which have net ted him in the neighborhood of $4,000. lie has more engagements booked for the next month, the principal ones be ing a .twenty round bout with Austin Rice on November 6 in this city and a six round "go" with Tim Callahan on November 12 at Philadelphia. The proposed contest between Terry MeGovern and Ben Jordan hag been abandoned for good. Dr Grclwny, the Ameri. Mo mil F this way ! '' rcjf."; i the Na- rr a'le G ri te r a ' r The coaches are worrying for fear they will be unable to use "Sandy" nunt. the big fullback, and Purcell In the game on Saturday. The univer sity has lost a valuable man in Cortel you, the freshman candidate for full back, who has been compelled to stop playing on account of his parents. New York, Oct SO. Nearly all of Coach Morley's attention this week has been devoted to trying to develop good men for ends in anticipation of Saturday's game with the University of Pennsylvania. If the Blue and White is to win against the Quakers, the ends must do better than they did against Princeton. So far the work of the end candidates has been unsat isfactory. Yesterday the 'varsity lined up against the scrubs, the play ing throughout being of the liveliest character. , There 19 much uneasiness among the Blue and White men because Captain W'pekps' ankle d'ops not improve. He f -till limps -perceptibly and. Is in da condition to mnlce the end rims-and. .hurdles that will be required of hlra Saturday; Most of toe other men o have recovered from their injn,,w re ceived la the Princeton game- store and get a ,free sample of Cnam ! when , that team won the pennant in j berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. 1900. Thompson was signed by Wa- , One or two doses will" make you well, j terbury last season, but was not given .They also cure biliousness.sick head- ia trial ana piayea maepenaent oau. acne and constipation. i Manager Connor saw him play in sev eral games and in each of these he made two or three hits. . If the base ball war in the west is settled and the American association, comes into the association s of minor i leagues, Toledo will have no opportuni ty of getting Connecticut league play ers without buying them. Mr Connor f says the prospects or an agreement are excellent. Thig will 'mean that Owens i must play in Springfield and that no ; other Ponies will have a place to jump to even ir tney are so inclined. Manager Connor has not yet sold his house in Waterbury, but when he does he will move to this city. He says he expects to be here frequently from now until the season opens in the spring. To-day he will endeavor to have a talk with. Tommy Dowd of Holyoke, wno will manage the Paper city team if a franchise is granted to Holyoke. - Mr Connor says he is anxious to see Hol yoke in the league, for he thinks it would be a good base ball city and the rivalry between Springfield and Hol yoke would be keen. Whether or not i a place will be found for Holyoke Mr j Connor could not say. Waterbury, he i says. Is determined to have a team I aonther season and there are several ! parties in Waterbury who are willing to ouy the tranchise from Manager Harrington if they can get it at a rea sonable figure. . - In speaking of the purchase of Dan Hoffman, Mr Connor said that Dan was greatly pleased to go to Philadel phia. He has been sold outright and has not gone on trial. His salary will be three times the figure he received in the Connecticut league. There was no chance of keeping him another sea son for Brooklyn would have drafted him had he .not been sold to Connie Mack. : ;.. - Regarding the contest for the presi dency of the Connecticut league, Mr Connor said he did not think It would amount to anything. Mr Whitlock is an excellent man to have at the head and there Is no good reason whv he j should be replaced.' Mr Connor fur ther said that much praise was hand ed out to the Connecticut league at the meeting in New York and that it is considered one of the strongest minor leagues la the country. at 768 Bank street, town of Water bury. My . place of business is not located within 200 feet in a direct line of a church edifice or public school Dated at Waterbury this, 10th day To the Board of County, Commission ers for New Haven eountv: I hereby apply for a license to sell located within 200 feet in a direct line spirituous and intoxicating liquors, I of any church edifice, public school ale, "lager beer, Rhine wine and cider, j house, or the premises pertaining there- The Big Illuminated Clock Will Be In - Position Within a Few Days. The Elks fair , committee held an important meeting last night . and transacted much business. In the first place the big illuminated clock came in for discussion and it was fi nally agreed to have the New England Engineering company have charge of the erecting of the same. It will be placed on the top of J. W. Hodson's building in exchange place and can be seen from almost every part of the city. It stands almost twelve feet in height and will be ilhiminated with hundreds of electric lights.. It will be one of the greatest advertising schemes that was ever conceived. Everything is progressing smoothly and the "success of the fair is now as sured. Yesterday orders came pouring in from several cities for hundreds more of books and the printers have been ordered to get their presses going for double the amount expected. Sev eral more hew attractions were added to the list yesterday . and the coming bazaar of the Elks will go down in history as one of the greatest that has ever been held in this state. 'tThe vessel is op the rocks I " shout ed the captain, thrusting his head in the ship's saloon. "That's good news," remarked the idiotic pa'ssenger, who was taking his first trip abroad. "So long as we are on the rocks we can't sink." Ohio State Journal. . Just Like Papa. "I saw Klumsey's balby yesterday. It's a regular chip off the old ,block." "Why, I couldn't see any resemblance at all." .-. : "No? Well, wheiiT-aw. the kid ft had just opened its mouth and put its foot' in It.-!' PMladflnH; -prpss.' CT? -i TST tr. 3L, .tvai a ?-n 1!i8 Kind You Havo Always hiSi nits luiu iuu navo Aiwavs of October, A. D. 1902. AUGUST PAKULES, Applicant. We, the undersigned lectors and taxpayers, as defined by law, of the town of Waterbury, hereby endorse the application of the above-named for such ' license : : Joseph Ba uby, John Def eria, . Peter Bauby, William Riether. Willi am Ferris.: r; ; ' Dated at Waterbury this 10th day of October.A. D. 1902. J ' To the . Board of County Commission . ers for New Haven county: I hereby apply for a license to sell spirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale, lager beer,. Rhine wine and cider, at 7G9 North Main street, town of Wa terbury. ; My place of business is not located within 200 feet in a direct line of a church edifice, public, school housej or the premises pertaining thereto, or any postoffice public library-or ceme tery. :: -''L :':: r-y, : Dated at Waterbury this 15th day of October, A. D. 1902. BENEDICT E. IIAUSDORF, . : '." Applicant. We, the undersigned electors and taxpayers, as defined by law, of the town of Waterbury, hereby endorse the application of the above-named .for such license: William Reither, Au gustin A. Crane, Martin Franck, Jo seph A. Fuller. August Feige. Dated at Waterbury this 15th day of 1 October, A. D. 1902, to, or any postoffice, public library, or cemetery. Dated at Waterbury this 9th day of October, A. D. 1902. FRANK STAPLETON, Applicant. We, the undersigned electors and taxpayers, as defined by law, of the town of Waterbury, hereby endorse the application of the above-named for such license: D. A. Magraw, Lin ford F. Root, M. F. Carmody, M. D. Russell, H. M. Rigney. . - Dated at Waterbury this 9th day of October, .A. D. 1002. ;; :;.: I hereby apply for a license to sell spirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale, lager beer, Rhine wine and cider, at 642 Bank street, town of, Water bury. . My place of business is not lo cated within 200 feet in a direct line of a church edifice or public school house, or the premises pertaining thereto, or any postoffice, public library ox ceme tery. : '.- , ' Dated at Waterbury this 10th day of October, A. D. 1902. JOHN LAUD ATI, Applicant. We, the undersigned electors' and taxpayers, as defined by law, of the town of Waterbury, hereby endorse the application of the ; above-named for such license: D. A. Magraw, Lin ford F. Root, M. F. Carmody, M. D. Russell, H. M. Rigney. Dated at Waterbury this 10th day of October, A. D. 1902. To the Board of County Commission ers for New Haven county: I hereby apply for a license to sell spirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale, lager beer, Rhine wine and cider, at 785 Bank street, town of Water bury. My place of business is not located within 200 feet in a direct line1 of a church edifice or public school house, or the premises pertaining thereto, or any postoffice, public li brary, or cemetery. - Dated at Waterbury this 11th day of October, A. D. 1902. ' K.CH KAZEMEKAS, Applicant. We, the undersigned electors and taxpayers, as defined by law, of the town of Waterbury, hereby endorse the application of the above-named for such license:. M. F. Carmody, John Deff eria, Peter Bauby, Thomas F. McMahon, Mortimer Doran. Dated at Waterbury this 11th day of October, A. D. 1902, To the Board of County Commission ers for New Haven county:. I hereby apply for a license to sell spirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale, lager beer, Rhine wine and cider, at 161 Washington - avenue, town of Waterbury. My place of business Is not located within 200 feet in a direct line of a church edifice or public school house, or the premises pertain ing thereto, or any postoffice, public library, or cemetery. Dated at Waterbury this 15th day of October, A. D. 1902. PETER FITZHENRY, Applicant. We, the undersigned electors and taxpayers, as defined by law, of the town of Waterbury, hereby endorse for such license: Peter Bauby, Joseph Bauby, H. JL Rigney, M. F. Carmody, John Deffeiari. , Dated at Waterbury this 15th day of October, A., D. 1902. To the Board of County Commission ers for New Haven county: ' 1 hereby apply for a license to sell spirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale, lager beer, Rhine wine and cider, at G91 North Main street, town of Wa terbury. My place of business is not located within 200 feet in a direct line of a church edifice or public school house, or the ; premises pertaining thereto, or any postoffice, public li brary, or cemetery. Dated at Waterbury this 19 th day; of October, A. D. 1902. JULIUS CHOTZIANOFF, Applicant. We, the undersigned electors and taxpayers, as defined by law, of the town of Waterbury," hereby endorse the application of the above-named -for such license: J. H. Fruin, Ed ward McGrath, Patrick Hayes, James J. Fruin, Joseph McAuliff. Dated at Waterbury this 19th dajj of October, A. D. 1902. To the Board of County Commission ers for New Haven county: I hereby apply for a. license to sell spirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale, lager beer, Rhine wine and cider, at G99 Bank Btreet, town of Water bury. My place of business Is not lo cated within 200 feet in a direct line of a church . edifice or public school house, or the premises pertaining there to, or any postoffice, public library, or; cemetery. Dated at Waterbury this 11th day of. October, A. D. 1902. : JAMES LALLY, Applicant. We, the undersigned electors and taxpayers, as defined by law, of the town of Waterbury, hereby endorse the application of the above-named for such license: Joseph Bauby, John Deffeairi, Peter Bauby, William Reither, William S. Jones. Dated at Waterbury this 11th day of October. A. D. 1902. Jew England liquor Warehouse We carry in stock all kinds of Imported Case Goods in WINES AND LIQUORS Whiskies. Per Gal. PerQl Rye and Bourbon $1.50 Good Rye and Bourbon, 2.00 Monogram ...... 2.50 Old Crow 3.00 , Guckenhelm .... ...... 3.00 Golden Wedding ....... 4.00 ; Gins. American ..... .... .$1.50 Rye Malt 2.00 Holland 3.00 Meder Swan 4.00 Large bottle John De Knype-. 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