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WATERBURY ; EVENING DEMOCRAT. IfKJLDA Y, OCTOBER .31, 1902. HRASHEB, the Law and Order league man, will in all probability pay Waterbury a visit soon. 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 of 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 i the best drink for mankind, and also for woman. -But the tea or coffee must be the good quality, else it's liable to drive a person to drink. In the lat ter case we thinE 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 you, are eating o Tin rrrinri lrf-nrl ri "Mi o Tri tnn high, 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. ie Have - Just Received A full line of Apple Cor ers, and ; Parers, ' and if you have not one at home give-us a call and inspect our fine line. We have also a complete line of "Meat Juice Extractors and Enterprise Meat Cutters. Also a complete stock of Butchers' and Machinists' - supplies. P.J.BOLAN Hardware. Store, 90-94 Bank Street, 44 Let The Shop" Us Estimate On Any "TAINTIN You may want done. An limited selection of Wall Papers and the best workmen in town, assure you of satisfactory results. un n lapalme-Hoflman ".Co Painters and Decorators, Leavenworth St. We'll Take Cafe of jour prescription and fill it with accuracy ana promptness. We make a specialty of filling prescriptions and every drug that is used is pure and fresh. We will help your patient to a speedy recovery. JiUGEfiT'S PHARMACY Cor Scovill and South Main Sts. WEST, the Optician 19 EXCHANGE PLACE. On'O Flight Up. lamonds Watches and Jewelry;5 ; A Fine Line of Wedding Presents. Repairing of Watches and Jewel ry in the Best Manner. '1 1 9 f r S Cecilia's fair begins November 5. The regular classes of the Catholic Women's association will meet to night with the exception of the gram mar 'class. St Mary's T. A. society will give a Hallowe'en party at Knights of Co lumbus hall to-night. Various games will be played and there will also be dancing. Refreshments will be served. A Hallowe'en party was held by the members of the Young People's society of Christian Endeavor In the parlors of the Second Congregational church last night The young folks were there in large numbers and mer rily enjoyed themselves. The democratic rally announced " to be held to-night at , the corner of Bridge "and Baldwin streets has been postponed Hmtil " to-morrow night. Mayor Kilduff said to-day that : this action had been decided upon on ac count of the death of one of the resi dents of that neighborhood. " Announcement was made last even ing of the engagement of Miss Loretta Ryan and Attorney Terrence F. Car mody. A-number of personal friends and relatives of the bride and groom-to-be gathered at the residence of John Ryan on North Main street, and amid the pleasantries of a home party the announcement was made. To-night will be. Hallowe'en and all the boys and girls will be out In full force. People who own cabbage plots will be out too, but whether they .will be able to save their property or not s another matter. Several Hallowe'en parties were, held last night and as many more are scheduled to come off this evening. - The funeral of Mrs James Meagher took place this morning from the fam ily" residence on West Main street with a mass : of requiem at the Im maculate Conception '.' church by the Rev Father O'Brien and. interment in St Joseph's cemetery. The bearers were Daniel - Murphy. John White, William D. Keenan, Keron Brophy, John Hurley and Chris Talbot. There was a large number of beautiful flo ral tributes. Among the out of town mourners; in attendance: were Mrs Jenks and family, Miss Mary; Davis, Joseph Conlbn, John Callahan, all of JNew York city: the Misses Elizabeth and Mary McCabe of Cooperstown, N; x. . - James, J, D wyer, the South MainH street grocer, is home after a vacation spent duck shooting, in. the. Cape. Cod country, where he waa the guest of Captain E". R. Powers, of the steam yacht Priscilla. Mr Dwyer enjoyed the sport Immensely, but says, It, was aggravating to''see;th,e "bijdS; disappear, under the water after ' being shot be fore he could reach them. When wild ducks are disabled they dive and re appear some distance away. Not be ing acquainted with this, freak, - Mr Dwyer lost heavily, consequently he says ; that while duck shooting in that country is full of exciting situa tions the reward in other ways does not amount to much. The .Waterbury Hebrew Ladies' Aid association gave their first annual ball at Concordia ,hall last night A large crowd was present and.ihoreurhlv n joyed tHerhsy pjjtane'jj orchestra iurnisnea music ana - .role Dronmted. The committees were as follows: Ar rangement, Mrs S. Brenner. Mrs J. Axelrod, Mrs A. , Leapold, Mrs R. P. Schapiro, Mrs E. Rooff ; floor, Mrs S. Brenner, Mrs R. Willner, Mrs JB. Man delbaum, Mrs P. TJgoskln, Mrs J. Zacks, Mrs Wlllinger; reception, . Mrs Li. uianoff. Mrs L. Zacks, Mrs S. Jaffe, Mrs 'M. Wineberg, Mrs R. Greenblat, Mrs S. Levison, Mrs E. Zuransky, Mrs R. Abrams, Mrs1 A. Kats, Mrs S. P. Lepshitz, Mrs R. Goldstein, Mrs S. Lappin, Mrs B. Shejber, Mrs AjGreen berg, Mrs A. Starck, Mrs J. Axelrod, Mrs S. Gluckman. "y , .v " ;. ,c -: ( The Hallowe'en party at the Friend ly league last evening was a most en joyable one, a large , number of the members ajd their, friends being, pres ent The decorations consisted of boughs of autumn leaves, corn stalks J T i a auu jacK. o janterns. , xne evening was largely spent with the time-hon orea juanowe'en games with a few more novel ones, one an immense book of fate which was opened by the blindfolded - seeker after, knowledge, attracted much attention as the dif ferent destinies v were announced. juany learned their fate by being oiinaroiaea ana lea, shears in hand. to the tree of fate, from which they cut wamuts wmcn, when opened, iuaue BPme interestlnr revelations After refreshments were erTed,. which were appropriate to- the evening, aancing was enjoyta until the hour or closing came. . l nere was an unusually large at tendance at tne Hallowe'en recention and whist party which was held bv luc iaxnonc .women's association in St Patrick's Ball last night Whist was piayeu, the prizes being won by the following: First prizes. James Grady, Miss Mary Corcoran; second prizes, tne JKev Father Broderick Miss Kate Cavanaugh; third prizes! uosepn uonnor, Miss Margaret Mc- uonaia; rourtn prizes, Kevin Fitzpat- ncK, miss uatuerme Nolan: conBola. tion prizes, James Brennan, Miss Mar garet Sweeney. Refreshments were seryea and there was dancing. Ar ranf ements are being made for i mammoth whist party by the assocla- uon m tne upper nail of St Patrick's uuumug. iui xi ext weeK. it in ex pected that over 200 persons will at- tena. The arrangement committee consists of Elizabeth Corcoran, Mar garet Sweeney, Margaret Coughlin, Rose Cohnerton, Cecilia Morlarty and jseine uionessey. The first day's auction sale at Mel rose, Oakville, took . place yesterday and was a big success. Twenty-four lots were sold. Among those who made purchases were J. A. Devine, Jennie Norton, Howard r Bartlett, Mr Stanley and others. The lots brought irom $xo to $3&u. -Dr John J. Gall ey bought four more lots in addition to his recent purchases at. Melrose. Mel rose is an ideal five-cent fare suburb The property is situated high and dry ana lots are 11 keiy to be worth from $400 to $5004 In a short time. Plans are already under way for building gome nice Homes, inuring the auction sale the lots are sold oneasy terms $10 down and ?o per month. The sale continues to-day and Saturday, com mencing at 2 p. us. , Valuable cash presents will be given away free each !'. f t -rnoon.' Many were rewarded for ilif If presence at the sale yesterday j j-r-t f'i'il cash prizes were drawn, i Ic.llDg $10 gold pieces clown to i t'T Tii ere should be a la rare attn ..r- at tL sale tb!-; -xftn-iocii. The funeral of Mrs Mary Sbeehy TllI take place from the family resl dece on Baldwin street to-morrow af ternoon at 2:30 o'clock with service at the Immaculate Conception church and Interment in St Joseph's cemetery. A mass of requiem will be celebrated for the deceased at the Immaculate Conception church , at 8 o'clock Tues day morning. - The committee representing the boss barbers and the journeymen met last night and settled their grievances upon the following basis: Monday, 7 a. m. to 7 p. m.; Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 7 a. m. to 8 p. m.; Wednesday, 7 a. m. to 9 p. m.; Saturday, 7 &. m. to 11 p. m. The shops will be closed all day on holidays except when the holi day falls on Monday or Saturday, when they will be open from 7 a. m. to 10 a.m. On the eve of holidays three hours' will be added to the regu lar schedule for such days, on Mon day till 10 p. m., on Tuesday, Thurs day and Friday evening till 11 p. m. and on Wednesday evening till mid night' . ' ; The L MiaasQ Co Five Roors of Nev, Glean, Reliable Goods. FURNITURE The Good, Sub stantial, Honest made Kind. Special For This Week. An Extraordinary Bargain. . 1 White Enamel Bed with Brass Trimmings. i Fine Quality Woven Wire Spring. i Best Quality Soft Top Mat tress. ALL FOR :::-y$5.75 Worth $ip Carneta Tines. Ticft CJnrtains. Win dow Shades, Oil Cloths, Linoleums, musiin ana Lace tioods, unentai ru brics: nnVfia nlnva marked in nlain flgui-es; Wall Papers. Come in and look them over.- -r WMtm mm 5 floors, over the.Reid5& Hughes Dry Goods Co. r r27Und aU.ClCTlCU STREET.: M "Maka" War On the Wood Pile" I AXES 6C 90b! Just six dozen of them no more after these are gone. Every one has a well selected handle that's fastened with a steel wedge, v Every blade is hand some in finish and fully warranted, ; When n we ay .(warranted we mean that you'll get good for bad every time, and no questions asked, or we'll return you your money. VVaterbury Hardvare Co., . .. 205 Bank St. ; FjQUefilHG MILLINERY. h what- we desire to call your attention to, as we -are giving the department special atten tion and are showing a com plete line of all goods 'pertain ing to Mourning Hat Wear. Crepes, Ribbons, Silks, Trim rued and Untrimmed Hats, Veils and Mourning Veiling are displayed in profusion, and as usual the prices "are right," as they always are; 1 CHASE ThoiiilerPeckGo i - Llkn's Women's and Children's . . . Underwear. Look in North Window. At 35c, Men's Fleece Lined Under wear. ! . . At 39c, Men'8; Natural Wool and Cam el's Hair Undershirts.. , t At 59c, ' Man's Natural Part Wool and Camel's Hair. Underwear . ' At 75c, Men's . Natural Wool, Camel's Hair and White Wool Underwear, At $1.00, Men's Natural Wool, White Wool and Camel's Hair Underwear, At $1,00, Men's Natural Wool and Camel's Hair Double Breasted Un dershirts, Drawers to match, for 75c. At 39c, Women's Jersey Ribbed Fleece Lined Vests and Pants. At 50c, Women's Jersey Ribbed Fleece Lined Vests and Pants. At 75c, Women's White Merino Wool Vests and. Pants, regular $1.00 goods. -. ! . - t ' At $1.00, Women's Whl'teMerlno Wool Vests and Pants, regular price At 25c, Boys' Fleece Lined Shirts and Drawers. ' .' ' At 50c, Boys' Natural Wool Shirts and Dra-erjf. BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTH ING AND FURNISHINGS. AX 23c, Heavy Winter Caps. , At 46c, Heavy Caps and Tarn O'Shan- ters. ..-. At 75c, Oregon Wool Tarn O'Shanters, suitable: for boys and girls, value 98c. At. 49c, Boys' Wool Knee Pants, value 75c. At $1.19 ilp to '$5.98, Boys' Wool Reef ers. . ,y . ....... At $2.49 up to $7.49. Boys' Overcoats. At $1.89 up to $0.98, Boys' Wool Suits. At ?5.98 up to $8.98, Russian Blouse Suits in all the latest novelties. - Castle's Market. i- ".j 'Y. ill of Fare. SPRING LAMB, Legs, Forequartars, Hindquarters, Loins, Fresh Pork, . Fancy Fowls, Prime Rib Roasts, Fresh Shoulders, 12c lb 6c lb 9c lb 8c lb 12c lb 13c to 16c lb 12c lb He lb Other prices in keeping with above. Castle's Market Remember when you wish to trade That money saved is money made; By 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. f - - - AWHY NOT. Step inside and see some of ourupto the minute styles ? TT jj ir" I I'll 2rH 1 7 . Er -!:on'je Place A. Mailhtot, I53 South Main Street gents: furnishing. LITTLE THINGS are contemptible unless you" are badly In need" of tuSin. We have a large stock of j the - s NECESSARY LITTLE THINGS and they are not 'contemptible in the eyes of those who come; to buy. If you want to buy, come and see us; 142 TO 143 SOUTH MAIN STREET. uf f rie iiiOFni " Cloaksi Suits and Furs for SATURDAY AND MONDAY. Prof Coulter, SpsciaJst. jLsiaDiisaea lea Thorough examination for diseases, refractive errors and muscle weakness. ' Holdfast for eye glasses. Eye water for weak eyes. 43 EAST MAIN STREET, 43. (Over 5 and 10c store.) LI I r imir l.his ooster 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. Thase figures prove that" our sugar will be cheaper during the coming yefir than during the past year. The average price of sugar during the past year was ?4.90 a nundred. SAYS that to-day and hereafter he shall. use milk instead of water in all his bread. Be sure and ask for Kelly's mik iiip 8 i 8 i You see it's like this--our knowledge of good tailoring teaches us vell how Overcoats should be cut. and made to conform with fashion, .... This is the way we've had ours made ; broad of shoulder, collar that's close fitting, skirt extremely full, but balanced to hang out and not hug the legs, sleeve that swings full, but gracefully, from the arm scye. Yet all this costs-you nothing, for you pay the prices we ask for Overcoats: anywhere without getting any 'of the style and character with which ours are ratu-rated. Cf us ' 'A fi "A n 8 1 1 3 9. o I $12 to $45. : I rv 43 Center Street. f Ct T I.. 0 1 a. . 00 Dai iK orreet. Hi - At $3.50, Ladles' Fine Kersey Cloth Jackets, value' $0.00 .. to $8.00,' Saturday . $3.50 At $6.50, Ladies' Fine Monte Carlo Coats, velvet trimmed,' $10.00, Saturday and Monday . y ; $6.50 At $8.25,' Ladies' Fine Kersey Cloth Monte Carlo Coats, line stitched and lined,, from ,$12.50, ' Saturday and Monday ;', ;$8.25 Handsome line of ,'Jmpprted Satn i pie Garments fron. $10.00 "to, $19.00 LADIES' RAGLANS.- Ladles' Fine Raglan Coats, from . . $6.75 up LADIES' CAPES. ' . Ladies' Fine Kersey and:;, Mon tagnac Capes, all wool, ' plain and silk lined, from $4.50 to $16.00 LADIES SUITS. Ladies' Fine Tailored Eton Blouse , and Fly Front Jacket Suits in . Venetian, broadcloth and serges, suits that sell at. $12.00 to $14.00, Saturday . ' - $G.9S Ladies' BJackv and gClared : Fine .., Ceyiot, yenetlan anfc "?Broad " , clpth n Suits,,, inade to- sellr. at .$14.00 to, $20.00, .atrday J' -t $10.50 Ladles' Fine Unfinished Worsted, Venetian and Broadcloth Suits, made by manufacturers who only produce high class work, ; would be cheap at $20.00 to $yo.w, Saturday $12.50 LADIES' SKIRTS. Ladies' Heavy Serge Skirts, Sat urday v ' $1.75 Ladles' Heavy Snow Flake Slot Seam Flare ' Walking Skirts, value $4.00, Saturday $2.50 MISSES' COATS. Children's Heavy Coats, Satur day V : , . $1.75 Several styles Children's Long Coats, braid trimmed, $3.50 val ue, Saturday v $2.50 Children's Monte Carlo Coats in long and short lengths,, from $5.00, ... . ". $35Q Childsen's Eiderdown Cloaks, braid and fur trimmed, from $2.50, Saturday $1.50 Children's Fine Velvet Coats, braid and stitched trimmed cape, also Broadcloth, velvet and braid trimmed, from $6.50, $4.75 LADIES' WAISTS. Ladles' Fine Flannel Waists, pret--ty colorings, Saturday 45c Ladies' Fine All Wool Flannel Waists, tucked trimmed, from $1.50, Saturday 98c Ladies' Fine Fleece Lined Mar seilles "Waists .in white, from $2.50, $1.69 HOUSE WRAPPERS. Ladies' "Fine Fleece Lined and r Percale House Wrappers,' braid, . bertha and flounce . trimmed, 'from $1.25, Saturday ? v ' 9Sc """ir GLOVES Everything in Gl o ves for Ment Women, , Boys' and Children, in ki d, wool and leather at spe cial low prices for Satur day. iOc up. Jones, Morgan & Company, i The young man who wears our clothes feels right because he knows our clothes are right; he looks right and he knows it. Do you ever get more in clothes? Hasn't it been your expeience that you've often got less? Our young men's clothes are -3 first, last arid always "clothes for young men" They're built by "specialists" for the most critical clothes ages of man. The cost? the same as the other kind elsewhere. 30 to 36 breast measure $5 to $25. .. .' ..... ... Jones, Morgan & Company t TRADE-MARK 1 I "Meet Me at the Junction." to those who contemplate buying a Range now or In the future. We carry the Household and hundreds can testify to ,lts baking qualities. We guar antee to everyone so if will be no experiment to you. ' We are giving pn exhibition of Electric Cooking la our large show win dow for a few days. Come and see it work. It is Interesting and mysti fying. ' " . After you. have seen the exhibit come inside,' go through our Immense establishment; you will see a nice, clean stock of Furniture, Carpets, Drap- t..'. . ... j -. . ... ... .. - . . ... , eries and everything for your home comfort. You are welcome at any, time. ,' OSTON -FURNITURE CO. JUNCTION SouHi Main, Scovill and Brook Sis. i 5 " CASH OR CREDIT, JUST RECEIVED OVEE 5,000 LBS OF OLD GRIST MILL DOG BREAD Made from OLD GRIST MILL ENTIRE WHEAT FLOUR and nice Fresh , Fish, specially prepared. Everyone concedes that a man is largely what he eats, and this is especially true of the lower animals. Dogs and Puppies need nutritive and bone-producing food. The Old Grist Mill Bread is the result of careful experiment. Sold In barrels, boxes, bags and cartons. DOG REMEDIES AND SUPPLIES. THE-. D. B.i:WIlON:iCO;, 13,15, 17 BROADWAY. ; Taking Their Dally Outing With a good, safe horse to drive would save the ladies many doctors' fees. Fresh air Is nature's tonic, and you get your rls from this stable. C D. PINNEY, scoLtW Horses given the best of care. M, Bergin & Sons UNDERTAKERS, and PRACTICAL EMBALMERS. The best equipped house in Connec ticut, with everything needed for the business to be shown in warerooms, from the plainest line of goods to the most modern. Experienced and gen- tlemanly help to attend to your wants day or night. Modern Hearses In black and white; rubber tired Hacks; rubber . tired Ambulance on call. Night r-nlls answered by Thomas F. Bergln, 75 South Elm street, or District office, 5 East Main street, or at residence, 102 Walnut street Telephone at stsre must show Warm Styles to his young men (whether he. sells shoes or clothing) or he might just as well go out of business. One pair of swell, handsome shoes In a shop may. mean a dozen more sales on next pay day to the other fellows. Dodge's; 44 Waterbury f.f are Boys Smoking Hpt. and they are In well nigh (or quite) every shop in town. $3.50 the pair, BOB (EE, GO Center Stroct.