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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 18, 1902.
A Few Weeks Ago the democrats and republicans were preparing to have a tussle "over a game called "high, low, jack and the game Well, the republicans won by taking high, jack and the x game, but they gave the democrats Lowe. The next "excitement was a lot of people break ing their necks to find out how to stop a few prize fighters from having boxing match, and "eh gad," they found" a legal light who knew just how to do the trick and he did it, too. The next excitement we heard of was man (old .enough to know, better) who walked up behind one of our brass buttoned, . blue-coated . perambulating gentlemen, known as our "finest,"., and tried to break his neck -with a sledge hammer; the culprit was fined a few dollars and costs next morning, but he should have got $100 and costs and a. few months in jail for thinking he could hurt a Waterbury , policeman's skull with a sledge hammer. If you -want to hjirte those fellows just, show them a bar of copper. Say, talking about breaklmr a person's neck, re minds us we have a few footballs left. Anyone who wishes to enjoy that kind .of a bone-breaking game can secure a good football by returning a-few of our tea "checks. . Remember, our but ter is the good kind and only 27 cents per pound; at . ' Phelan's T Store. 42 East Main Street. Telephone. Gutters. Cutters. Cutters. Root Cutters, Ensilage Cutters. Fodder Cutters, Cabbage Cutters I Potato Slicers, Apple Par ers ; also a complete line of Scales from a postal to 2,000 lb scales, BASKETS. BASKETS. A fulllipe of" Baskets in all sizes from one peck to six bushels, " LANTERNS. LANTERNS. P.J.BOLAN Hardware Store, 90-94 Bank Street m M MM Ks kUUfJ Let us tstimate On Any TTAINTIN j-r or 1 APERIN You may want done. An un limited selection of Wall Papers and the best workmen in town, assure you of satisfactory results. n Lapalme-Hoflman Co Painters and Decorators, Leavenworth St. Paid for old gold or taken Yn exchange. Liberal loans on all kinds of personal property. . Unredeemed pledges for sale at half the original cost - ' Bargains in guns, .pistols, -V"l 1 a 3 I 1 1 muiiuii guuub, ciocks, dia monds, watches and jewelry at 81 East Main St. HCQT'.'.f y y HQ lit he Opficfen 19 EXCHANGE PLACE. One Flight Up. Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry; A Fin2 Line of Wedding Presents. Repairing of Watches and Jewel ry in the Best Manner. JL .-1 if I J J . f tl t- I 3 jf . , . . .fc A. &kA 0 5 CITY news; Umbrellas re-covered at Messer's. The hoard of education will hold a meeting to-morrow evening. Promenade concert of American band at City ball Wednesday evening. The board of public works will meet at 8 o'clock to-niht. A daughter was bora yesterday to Mr and Mrs Matbew Lundragan of 6a High street. , ' This evening the Rev Dr Anderson will give an address on the life of the late Dr Leonard Bacon at New Brit ain. ' . '.' All the members of the Maples foot ball team are requested to meet-at the usual place of practice at 7 o'clock this evening'as there is an important game for Sunday. ";. v - - The annual sociable and dance of the Nutmeg Social club will be held in Speedwell hall on Thursday evening A large number of tickets have been sold and there promises to be a large attendance. Liquor dealers whose applications for licenses have been granted will go down in their jeans to-morrow and produce their license fees, $450. The county commissioners will be here to morrow and Thursday for that pur pose. " . . : ', - Jeremiah Sullivan died last night at the residence of his daughter, Mrs Pat rick Phelan, 88G Baldwin street. He leaves two daughters. Mrs Timothy Costello and Mrs Mortimer-Healey, aiso a son, Michael, of Hartford. The fu neral ( will take place to-mdrrow morn ing at 8:30 o'clock to St Francis Xavier's church. The Interment will be in Calvary cemetery. . - The twenty-fifth anniversarv of the founding of St Mary's church in East Hartford will be celebrated next Sun day with special exercises.' A collec tion will be taken for the purpose of providing a suitable memorial to be placed In the church to the memory of the late Very Rev J. A. Mulcahy, V. G., who was the pastor of St Marv's church when it was erected. ' It Is better to give than to receive. 'tis said: We are not going to argue the question, but if you have in mind a present to a friend or relative, come to the : Upson Jewelry Co and we will show you one of the best assortments of table ware in silver, triple and quad ruple plate, watches, gold and silver, with air grades of movements, bric-a-bracetc. ; At a meeting of the Orpheus club last night the following officers were elected: Henry M. Werner, presi dent; tHarvey B. Rlggs rice president; Clifford- W. Northrop, secretary; Percy B. Wallace, treasurer; J. Edmund Skiff,-; director; Godfrey R. Reed, li brarian; E. L. Kirkbam and G. R. Reed, . members of executive commit tee. .... - The Catholic Women's association will celebrate on Thursday evening the re-opening of St Patrick's hall, which hag been renovated and remodeled. The hall has been completely trans formed and presents a pretty sight. A mammoth whist party will be held. dancing will be enjoyed and refresh ments will be served. The committee in charge has several surprises In store for all who attend. The whist prizes will be worth winning. One of the most popular concerts and sociables each season is that of the Trolley' IIen's Aid association, which will be held this year on Friday night in tne uity nail. For several weeks committees have been working zealous ly In completing the preparations for this event. The best of music will be furnished for the dancing, previous "to wnicn a nne concert will be rendered a very delightful time is assured to the large crowd which will attend. The following- additional prizes were drawn at the Elks' fair which were omitted from, the list yesterday: Sil ver bread plate, Thomas Finnegan. 332 Bank street; tub of butter, Andy uavanaugn,. st Joseph's society; Darrei or nour, Wilton postoffice go cart, Margaret Neville, 20 Bronson street; wall pictures. II. O'Connor. City hall; can of corn, George F. Jack son, 11 Coe street; large hanging lamp, A. Eobillard, chef at Hodsoh's cafe. - There was a pleasant social gather ing neia at the home of Miss May jjwyer on Jtsisnop, street last evening. Kecitations were rendered, ty Messrs Richard Lynch, Matthew Dunphy and Miss Guilfoile; Vocal selections hv .Wil liam Eddy, Thomas Kennealy. Patrick tianion ana Miss Elizabeth Dillane A quartet composed of the Mjsses Eliza beth Keenan, Helen Shea, Harriet Con way and Timothy Barnet rendered se lections on the mandolin and ffuihir a light collation was served and the party aujuuiucu iii a. seasonaoie hour. Miss Jean Hamilton of Oswego N Y., secretary of the National Lea'gue of Women Workers, will spend Thurs day, November 20, in Waterbury, vis iting the Friendly league, and will syeais. m v nenaiy .League hall that evening aoout club. life among self supporting women. Much of Miss Hamilton's time is spent in 'studying the different clubs throughout the country, and, being an entertaining speaker, cannot fail to interest not only members of the Friendly league out the general public as well. No admission tickets will be required for either members or the public. Of De Zoldy and his company, who will give a concert at the High school assembly hall on Saturday night, under the auspices of the senior class, the 1 New Haven Palladium has the follow ing: "Before an audience that was small and fashionable, Count' Marczi de Zoldy, Hungarian nobleman, musi cian, swordsman, who has fought twenty-nine duels and never been van quished, played the airs of hi3 native country In Foy auditorium In a way that proved blue blood no bar to talent. He played the simple melodies of Hun gary In a fashion that brought ripples of clapping from the people in the au dience who knew music. He was as sisted by Miss Grace Noble and Kathe Huttig, Arpad Babos and P. K. Matus. Pan of the, warmth of the reception given de Zoldy no doubt wag due to the circumstance that most of his au dience had met him at the reception in his honor at the home of Mrs Verrill or else at. the reception given him by the University fencing club at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon, . The ,concert en joyed a most distinguished ,11st of pa trons and patronesses." - - -, Thanksgiving comes but once a year, and when it comes it should bring good cheer, nave you been de linquent? Do you owe any relative or friend a memento of the occasion? The Upson Jewelry Co fa prepared to assist you to relieve your conscience. The display of solid and plated silver ware this firm Is showing 'is very at tractive. ' I This evening the board of safety will hold their semi-monthly meeting. So far only routine business is to be dis posed of. J. Edmund Skiff of Waterbury will assume the directorship of the music af the West Street Congregational church in Danbury next Sunday. . The railroad collision which occur red near Danbury on .the occasion of the recent fair held in that town, and which startled this city the evening' it happened, by reason ot hundreds of Waterbury people being on the trains, has resulted ina local law suit. Attor ney P. J. McMahon representing lin ny Banziger, has notified the railroad company Hhat unless settlement will be made, he will bring suit for $2,000 damages.' The plaintiff alleges she was on the Waterbury bound train on the occasion mentioned and suffered several and serious V injuries. :Her head, back and body in general were cut and bruised and for some time she was lamed and unable to walk without assistance. The' case is returnable to the district court in December. In le- gel circles it is supposed that all the other cases of injuries have been, ad justed. ': . ' " . The L F, Haase Go WATERBURY'S LARGEST A N D BEST CARPET HOUSE OFFER. , At 59c Per Special For This' Weeft 10 Pieces of Axminsters and Fine Grade Yelvet Carpets. " Yard. ; .... They would be cheap at nearlv dou ble the price. FURNITURE and BEDDING the good kind. RUGS, OIL' CLOTHS. LINOL EUMS, WINDOW SHADES, LACE CURTAINS and WALL PAPERS and all kinds of nice, durable, low- priced Housefurnishings. " All prices marked in plain figwfts. Come in and look them over THE L.F. MASEEH? floors, over the Reid & Hughes Dry Goods Co. . 27 and 2U CJSJNTJSli STREET. Special ! Hunting Goats At CUT PRICES a 25 per cent less price on every coat or vest now in stock. Our growing business and lack of room makes this chance for you. You can afford to buy for next sea son's needs at these prices. Regular $1.00 Coats, now $0.75 Regular $1.50 Coats, now $1.12 Regular $2.C0 Coats, now $1.50 Regular $2.25 Coats, now $1.69 Regular $1.00 Vests, now $0.75 . Regular $2.00 Vests, now $1.50 The chances are we'll have your size if you come early, Waterbury Hardware Co., 205 Bank St. Castle's Market. For Wednesda Special Prices on Lam b ...AND.,. Pork Loins Sirioin Steak, I4c lb Cor, SOUTH MAIN Streets, Shx: m tow: who "want good, .stylish, comfortable shoes should examine our line for men, women and children. A small profit from each customer satisfies us, and our patrons, too. Seasonable - shoes are the. kind , we ,selL . , Prepare for wintry storms with a pair of our weather defiers and up-to-minute styles. i j 7 Exchange Place. ' Everything Conceivable in Millinery Is the inscription on our ban ner, as' our store and it's display so positively evidences. All departments complete. All departments attractive. All de partments all that they should be. . I. CHASE ThB-MIIIerf PeckCo i CONLON BROS. Opp. SCOVILL STREET Sale. I53 South Main Street FLEISHER YARNS S Prof Coulter, Specialist. jsiaDiisnea 1895. Thorough examination for diseases, refractive errors and muscle weakness. Holdfast for eye sutsses. jiiye water ror weak eyes. 43 EAST MAIN STREET, 43. (Over 5 and 10c store.) I JllS 00s tei Says that the sugar crop of the world for 1902 is 10,882.256 tons, while the cror, for 1901 was 9,630,318 tons. These figures prove that our sugar -will be cheaper during the coming year than n ii 1 11 rr Vi nnni .- rill uui'"s mo yasi year. iiie averaare price or sugar during the past year was .uu a nunarea. ow-.Gdmg Thanksgiving Linen TABLE .DAMASKS; NAPKINS, TRAY CLOTHS AND , DOYLIES BLEACHED TABLE DAMASKS, all linen, . new designs in scroll, floral, detached figures ; and conventional patterns, 63 to 72 inches wide, at 50c, 75c, 9Sc, $1.25 to $1.75-yard. PATTERN CEOTHS, two, two and a half and three yards long, in same qualities and patterns, at 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 a yard. s. GRASS BLEACHED TABLE DAM ASKS, . unequalled for wear, new and attractive patterns, at 50c and 75c a yard. " CREAM TABLE DAMASKS at 25c, 39c and 50c a yard. LINEN' DAMASK NAPKINS, patterns to match all Table Damasks, and sizes, at $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 to $o.00 a dozen. ' HEMSTITCHED LINEN : DAMASK SETS, one Hemstitched Cloth and twelve Hemstitched Napkins, at $4.25, $4.9S and $0.98. TRAY CLOTHS, Bleached Linen Tray Cloths, fringed, hemmed and hem stitched, at I2V2C 25c. 29c. 39c, 50c and 75e each. . HEMSTITCHED LINEN TEA CLOTHS AND SQUARES, 4-4, 5-4 and G-4 sizes, plain and damask, 'at 49c, 98c, $1.25 to $1.98. LINEN DOYLIES, fringed and hem stitched, at 5ci.7c. 10c. 12ic to ,25c. Blankets and Com-- fortables. Lai'ge Size Double Fleeced Blank- 47c 98c at cost to close out. As we have on hand a large stock we decided to close it before moving! Domestic Saxony Yarn, 6c skein; Dresden Imported Saxony Yarn, 84c skein. ,.- . - Germantown.Yarn, 8V2c skein ; Shetland Floss, SV2T skein. Made in air colors and shades. Opticioi-a. ets, outlet price ' Extra Weight 11-4 Size" Fleeced Blankets, outlet price - 11-4 Extra Size Grev or White Army Blankets, outlet price S2.49 11-4 Extra Size Fine All Wool Cal- ifornio Blankets, value $5.00, outlet price . $3.98 Fine Heavy Double Robed Com fortables, . value $1.25, , outlet price 93c Fancy Stitched Double Robed Sat een Comfortables, from $2.00, outlet price $1.50 Rich, Handsome Designs of Fine Sateen Comfortables, white down cotton filled, fancy stitch ed, $3.00 value, outlet price $1.9S BEDSPREADS. 11-4 Large Marseilles Pattern Cro chet t Quilts, from . 89c, outlet price G9c 12-4 Heavy Marseilles Pntfern Crochet Quilts, from $1.50, out let price . 98c 12-4 Hemmed and Frinered Mar seilles Pattern Quilts, raised de signs, from $2.00, outlet price- $1.37 DOMESTICS. Heavy Cream Domet Flannels, 1 outlet price ' 3c 1 case Hea vv Cream ' Outincr Flan nels, 30c goods, outlet price 22c . FACTORY LENGTHS. 12,000 Factory Lengths and Rem nants of Outing, Domet and Flannelettes, 2 to 8 yards, worth from Gc to 15c. outlet price one-half SHEETINGS. Bleached .and Brown Sheetings, . outlet price 4c Atlantic A Sheetings, outlet price Gc Lonsdale Cambric, outlet price 8c 9-4 Heavy Brown Sheetings, out let price . 15c THANKSGIVING LINENS. Turkey Red Table Damask, outlet price Bleached Cream and Colored Ta ble Damask, value 29c to 35c, outlet price . 22V2c Cream, Bleached and Fancy Col ored Table Linen, value 50c, out let price 39c Very, Fine Double Satin Damask, cream or bleached, . 75c value, outlet price . 49c 72-inch Fine Grass Bleached Real Irish Damask, from $1.25, outlet Price 75c NAPKINS. 100 dozen AH Linen Doylies, outlet price -45n nn Full Size Dinner Napkins, outlet price . 50 dozen Fine Dinner Napkins. from $1.29, outlet price 15c G9c 9Sc TOWELS. 5 cases Bleached Huck Towels. outlet price Large Size Turkish Huck and Damask Towels, outlet price 20 cases Extra Heavy Turkish and All Linen Huck Towels, outlet price 12c 5c Sc Sepcial Offering of Dress Goods and Siiks, - Values ; Hot Equaled in the Giiy. See Them; AYS OPTICAL DEPT. Eyes Tested and Ex amined Free of Charge. Frames at Half Price for Tuesday and Wednesday that to-day and hereafter he shall use milk instead of water in all his bread. Be sure and ask for Kelly's Milk- Dread. - - 'T - Children's Hats Boys' Winter Caps with ear folder, 15c Triinr-ed Hats from How fan you expect ;your boy to come out of the cl H n ot made right to start with ? g . The "Reciprocity',', is the only suit we know, o that will really stand the racket. ' i ' . ,.!: ...... v hi 1 dozen and one games of "Rusbv" he's bound to 8' I into every week with decent attire if the clothes are g r A -'A o 9 B i b il V H o W M o w a S M a " Double seat and knee in trousers double from seam to seam. Every. seam taped and stitched double wear like iron. .1 - . ' 0 I 'ef 8 8 hi & VJ O S hi O a A a M $4.85 68 Bank Street, 4y Center Street i r O . u W a J6nesf Morgan & Company. ur north window is an Index this o e wecK to tne moststv ish showing of Juvenile Overcoats and Reefers in the city. Nobby and well tailored garments for the lads of 2)4 to 10 years, built to our order by 'specialists" to boys. Only one reason why our boys clothes are different Prices the sam e as the other sort. Now .which' .-sort.' do you prefer? Jack Tar Reefers, Auto and Russian Overcoats. $4.50 .-to $15 H Jones, Morgan & Company. 32 Cash - or Credit Clothiers to Tlan :Woman and Child IF YOU CANT SPARE THE MONEY - just how for the garments you actually need, why, come In and open an ac count with us. No worthy person refused credit. But we wish you to know that we use care, as we should, ; and not one cent is added to the price of any garment to cover losses sustained by those who fail to pay their bills, as is done in most, credit houses. Our , goods are priced on a strictly cash basis and are sold to you on small Weekly Payments of One Dollar $1.00. Ladies'-Tailor Made Suits, $10 to $20. Stylish Coats for Women," $7 to $45. "Union Label" Men's Suits, $9 to" $25. Overcoats, large assortment, $10 to $25. ' , Our FUKS, MILLINEflY and CIIILDREN'S tVEAR lines are big and OUR PRICES SELL, Ot-i GOODS. ,AU goods bear the UNION LABEL. .We are . glad to show as well as sell. '-'. Your Credit Is Good at the STANDARD - CREDIT - CLOTHING - CO- .; (SPERO & ENGEL) v 156 East Main St., Opp. Poli's TKeatre. ' ,, ", , ,, '; ' , ' ' i '' ' ' -: t . FENCING GOODS BASKET BALL EXERCISERS INDIAN CLUBS Foils, Masks, Plastrons, Gloves, Suits, Balls. Shoes, .' McFadden, Whitley, . Travelers', Dumb Bells, ' Boxine Gloves, See Our.LIno of Now Stylo S WE ATE RS, Just received. 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 jou get your rig irom mis siauitr. C D. PINNEY, SCOVILL ST. Horses given the best of care. i (lUibgsyiiiR ip'p'er V ane XV is; ss 2Cc up On and after NO VEMBER 'iV, our of fice will be at : : ' ast lain Street with the Postal Tel- . egraph Co. and A. F. Abbott : : ; : City Lumber and oal Co m pany. . 54 CENTER .STREdT,." noes at $2 to $4 in "up to now" styles Is packed into our Center street store' than hardly any (if any) other dealer shows! By actual count we have sold twice as many "Waterbury Boy" $3.50 Men's Snoes during September, Octo ber' and two weeks In November than during the same time last year! Did anyone say Dodge had gone to sleep? I; G jOBGS 6 GO. 50 Center Street