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S Y WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 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 arid the . 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 a 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 a 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 hurt those fellows just show them a bar of copper. Say, talking about breaking a person's neck re minds us we have pi few footballs left Anyone who wishes to enjoy that kind of a bone-breaking game can secure a ?rocd football by returning a few of our tea" checks..' Keinember. our but ter Is the good kind and only" 27 cents per pound at - Phelan's T Store. 42 East Main Street Telephone. Cutters. Gutters, Cutters. Root Cutters, Ensilage Cutters. Fodder Cutters, Cabbage Cutters Potato Slicers, Apple Par ers ; also a complete line of Scales from a postal to 2,000 lb scales, BASKETS. BASKETS, A full line of Baskets in all sizes from one peck to six bushels' LAHTERNS. LANTERNS. RJ.BOLAN Siors, 90-94 Bank Street. The Shop" Let Us Estimate On Any "TQA INT I Npf APBRIN You may vant done. An un limited selection of Wall Papers and the best workmen; in town, assure you of satisfactory results. Lapalme-Hofiman Co Painters and Decorators, Leavenworth St. PREPARATIONS OF OUR OWN MANUFACTURE are guaranteed to be absolutely pure and made of the freshest drugs, or you may hare your money back. Pre scription work a specialty. NUGEfiT'S . PHARMACY . y." Cor Scovill and South Main Sts. WEST, fa Optician 18 EXCHANGE PLAGE, One Flight UP. iamonds, Watches and Jewelry; A Fine Line ?f Wedding Presents. Repairing of Watches and Jewel ry in the Best Manner, 1 3 r i IL i.L- . 1 city yswa School at Monroe's to-night. Umbrellas re-covered at Messer's. , Promenade concert of American band at City hall to-night. t Special forecast for Connecticut: Partly ploudy to cloudy to-night and Thursday; light variable winds. Finch's. Sherwood. Old Crow ana Mount Vernon whiskies $3 per gallon, 75c quart. : L-ieehan's, 223 South Main. The trolley men" have always en joyed the reputation of being fine en tertainers. .They intend to uphold this reputation on Friday (night, when the annual concert and promenade of the Trolleymen's Mutual Aid association will be held in the City hall. List of letters remaining unclaimed in the postofSce: . James Burke, Ma ne Louise Bigue, Sugodin A. Daukas, Tim , Fennece,- Gideon Lamay, George Lorine, James Moyniahan, Miss Maria Murphy, Mrs Katie R. Mathison, An drew Peet, Kiholi Sundsbak, Mrs Wil lis Sanford, Mrs John Warner. , Preparations have been made by the arrangement committee of the Catholic Women's association to accommodate a very large crowd at St Patrick's hall to-morrow night. Many changes have been made in the hall, which has been renovated in such, a fine manner that a person would never know that it was the same hall. Whist will be played ana uancmg will be held." Be sure and attend, for it will be a' very pleasant anair. Manager Joseph Guilfoile of the nigh school basketball -team has ar ranged games with- the Springfield, MiddletoAvn, Hillhouse and . Nauga tuck ! High school teams. The first game will probably be with Nauga tuck. Manager Guilfoile says that the High school team will be one of the best in the state. There are about twelve candidates trying for the differ ent positions on the team. The fire department was called to the residence of a Mrs Anderson on Division street this noon. An oil stove, had taken fire -and -in the usual attempt to throw it out doors the wo man's dress caught fire, and her right hand was somewhat burned. Assist ance quickly extinguished the woman's burning clothing before any harm was done her. The injuries to fcer wrist were very slight. The services of the fire department were not needed. The funeral of Jeremiah Sullivan took place this morning from the fam- . ily residence on Baldwin street with a mass of requiem at St Francis Xav ier's church by Father Curtin and in terment in Calvary cemetery. The bearers were Patrick Hogan, Andrew Toole, Matthew Shea, Daniel Carroll, Thomas Kelly and Harry Gallagher. The floral tributes included a pillow from the family and fi basket of roses ( from Mrs Heal.ey. ', Benedict M. Ilolden, formerly of Bristol., but now of Hartford, and Miss Grace Frances Farrell, daughter of Mr and Mrs James Farrell of New Britain, were married in that city yesterday morning. The ceremony was per formed in the T. A. B. hall by Rev John T. Winters, assisted by Rev T. J. McKenna of Bristol. Miss Mollis Ger trude Farrell. sister of the bride, was the bridesmaid, and Edward L. Seery of Waterbury the best man. A funny incident occurred in the city court this morning. A prisoner was up for carrying concealed wea pons, a Dlack-jack." Vrhen the time came to produce the weapon in evi dence it could not be found. Judge Lowe, counsel for the accused, was rrlad. because it would be a point for his client. A search wag made and Attorney Cannody, the Svengali of the local bar, took the weapon out of Tndse Lowe's pocket and laid it on the table amid, considerable laughter. Father Saurusaitis. pastor of St Jo seph's Lithuanian church is going to Chicago to-day or to-morrow. In that city next- Sunday he will preach the sermon at the dedication of the new St George's Lithuanian church. Dur ing his absence his parish here will be in charge of one of the Redemptorist Fathers from the church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Sixty-first street, New York. This Father will conduct a mission for the benefit of the. local Lithuanians. It will open Saturday evening at 7:30 and continue for four or five days. Father Saurusaitis will return to Waterbury the latter part of next week. Edward A. Herr of this city, who played on the local High school team of '99, the champions of the state, is winning laurels as a star end on the Dartmouth college 'varsity foctbaU team. In last Saturday's game against Harvard Herr put up a star offensive as well as defensive game. ; Three weeks ago Herr made a long run for a touchdown against Williams in her an nual game with Dartmouth. Dart mouth now holds the championship of the Triangular league, having, defeated both Williams and Wesleyan. Herr is 19 years old, stand? five feet eleven inches tall, weighs 182 pounds, and is a crack end. William Milton desires to state in reference to his petition for an abate ment of taxes on the old firm of Milton, Thompson & Byrnes, that it was an ac count that came In after the affairs of the company had been adjusted and one which in his judgment never should have been charged the firm. They were there but a couple of months after the time for listing'the property opened, when they were supplanted-by others who did business in the same place for the rest f the year ana or course ftaa to pay no taxes. But he w.ants to say that he has no fault to find about it. The rest of the claims, have been paid and he will square up this too. Three boys, who refused to give their names, were taken in. custody about 8 o'clock last night by Policeman Lamphere and Special Policeman Thomas Murphy. The boys were loitering about the railroad station in NewEritain. They attracted attention by trying- to get tickets to Waterbury without having sufficient money to pay for the tickets. The boys claimed to live in Waterbury and are apparently Italians.. The oldest is about 17 years of age. They told contradictory stories about hpw they happened to come here and became so mixed, up that the police concluded they were runaways. They were locked up in the police station for safe keeping over night Hartford Con rant. It is better to give than to receive, 'tis said. We are not going to arguo the question, but if you have in mind a present to a friend or relative, come to the Upson Jewelry Co and we will fliOTT you one of the best nsortmcnt.3 of table ware In silver, trinle uvA quad ruple plate, watches, gold and salvt-r, with all grades q movements, brle-a-brac4 etc The fifth annual eatertain'ment and dance of the Manhan Aid association was held in Leavenworth hall last night and was largely attended., The pupils and graduates of Monroe's Business college met last night in the college rooms and elected officers for the annual social reunion to be held inM the near future. The funeral of A. M. Burritt will take place to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock from the family residence on Leavenworth street, with service at the home by the Rev Dr Anderson and in terment in Riverside cemeterv. A motion for plea in' abatement was argued in a peculiar case in short cal ender in the city court this morning. The plaintiff, Sarah Townsend sseks to recover $100 fiom Edward W. Webb for loss of reputation to her house. Mrs Townsend keeps "roomers," and Webb was one of them some time ago.. She claims she had ordered him out on account of the society -he brought to the'house and that she lost considera ble money thereby. Attorney Rich mond appears for the plaintiff and At torney La wlor for the defendant. She claims $100 damages. OUR SPECIAL DISPLAY This Week Will Be Trimmed hhl3 Hundreds of them being shown and every shape, rep resented in a variety of ar tistically trimmed styles. CHASE VATEfiBUOY'S LARGEST A N D BEST CARPET HOUSE OFFER, Special For Tt$ Weeft - t . 10 - Pisces of Mmiasters and Fine Graae Yelvat Carpets.- k s IP Q They would bo chean at nearlv don ble the price. . JJUKJiiTUKH and BEDDING the good kind. JAUUS, OIL CLOTTTR. LTXOL- iU MS, WINDOW SHADES. LACE CURTAINS and WALL PAPERS and all kinds of nice, durable, low priced Housef urnishings. All . prices marked . in plain figures come in and look them over. lEL.F.MflSEC R BP UMrnii 5 floors, over the Reid & Hughes Dry Goods Co. 27 and 2'J OIINTKli STREET. fSL Thanksgiving Carver Sale 98c Per Pair. For regular Stag Handle Carvers 8-inch circular tlacles, extra Ion? tangs, solid steel bolsters and- safety guard forfcs-eve'ry blade handsome ly finished ; and fully warranted. You'll have to come early for this sale is limited to 60 pairs all the makers had. If you want something higher priced and more elaborate, you'll lind our stock will fit your Idea any where from 98c to $10. .. - Wsierfeory Hardware Co., 205 Back St. hi Castle's Market. For Wstedu Special Prices on " Lamb nAhO'ni Pork Lo Sirlcln Stsak, (4o lb Cor. mu and m MAIN fcj'.s, if mmmmm mm mm mmm FOR TP Q 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. Ya!e Pins . Yale Badges Yale. Blue' Ribbon. QONLON BROS. Odd. SCOViLL STREET I -; is n a n IB I IJ 1 ildliUL'lCil -Ulllllil mim Mm bdg fl'p "' - y ill M Or Cr J P. i i b' q it's all in getting used- to it." VeVe once more. This time it's our Hat Furnishings Department from 6S Bank street to 43 Center street. This unites our P business once more with the exception of our Custom Tailoring Department, which wlli remain at 63 Bank street, in the store of the Upson Jewelry Co. ; n Vi ate in ' bight. Chiffon . Boas. indies' Chiffon and Lace Huffs and Collarettes, plain' and lace effects. 08c to $G.9S. . .Feather- Boas. . Black Ostrich Feather Boas, iy to 2 yards long, $9.08 to ?23.00. Cocque Feather Boas. Black, white and grey, $1.98 to $1.9S. Ladies' Neckwear:-. Lace, Silk Muii, Chiffon. and Creps de Chine Ties, Stock Collars, Bishop Collarettes, Top 'Collars in Lace and Embroidery, 2oc to 49c. - Special. One thousand Embroidered Top Col lars, white and colors, at Zc each. A: Jri&. I53 South Main Strsst t 9 oy.s. 'ants As we have to sell our entire stock to make room " for our new store we shall advertise in tliis space GOODS TO BE SOLD AT A "SACRIFICE. 4- . . ... , All 50c Boys' Pants at 39c. . Cor duroy,. Flaid, riain, Striped, ' etc. At 29c all the 39c tp 4Zc .goods. Op Prof CoaJIsr, Spacla.lsr. ibtaDiisnea 1SJ5. Thorough exam mation for diseases. refratHvp errors ana muscle weakness. Holdfast for ev glasses. Eye water for weak' eye. 43 EAST MAIN STREET, 43." (Over 5 ana 10c store.) ; " " r 1 opeciais rot Tonioiit and - 1 nursoav Rooster Sciys that the sugar crop of the world for 1902 is 10,SS2,2.-)U tons, while the 'crop ui- jwj. was y.UoU.ais tons. These igures 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. , likli 1 7 Exchanrvc Place. a - ri j iMr rfiiMif 1 1 11 r j QAVC Y thnt to-d;iy and hereafter he shall u?e milk instead of water in all his bread. Ce sure and ask for Kelly's Milk Ureal. CIIILDKEN'S. HATS. Children's Trimmed Hats, plain . and plaid crowns, value 50e, out-- , let price . . , 25c Children's Angora Tarns, double -knit band, 49c Several styles Children's Hats, ac tual value $1.00, outlet price 0c Children's Silk Poke and French Bonnets, from ' COc up CHILDREN'S DRESSES. -Children's Outing Flannel Dresses," Hamburg trimmed, 2oc Children's School Aprons, outlet price 15c BOYS' WAISTS AND SWEATERS. Boys' Solid Color Tleated Flannel - Waists, 25c Boys' Striped Wool Sweaters, sizes IS to 24, 50c HOSIERY. Ladies' and Children's Fast Black Hose, seamless, outlet price 4c Ladies' Fleece Lined Hose, from 19cy outlet price 124c Misses' and Children's All Woof Hose, from 25c, outlet price 17c Ladies' Fine All Wool Cashmere Hose, elastic top, 25e Ladies' Fine Seamless Cashmere Hose, fro ml2c, . Sc Men's All WoolJIose. outlet price 10c Men's Very Fine Cashmere Hose, from 25c, outlet price 17c . UNDERWEAR. . Children's Ribbed Underwear, also Camel's Hair, from size 1(3, out let price ' 9c Boys' Camel's Hair Fleece Lined v Underwear, from 25c, outlet price . 21c Ladies' Heavy Fleece Lined Un derwear, from 25c, outlet price 19c Ladies' Extra Heavy Fine Pulor Yarn Underwear, from 09c, out- . let price 47c Ladies' Fine Tart Wool Union Suits, winter weight, from $1.50. outlet price $1.00 Men's Heavy Fleecy Underwear, irom 39c, outlet price 25c Men's Heavy Fleece Lined Under- - wear, , from 50c, 39c Men's Fine Wool Camel's Hair Un- derwear, from 75c, . 49c Men's Single and Double Breast ed All Wool Camel's Hair Un derwear, from 1.00, outlet price G9c CLOAK AND SUIT DEPARTMENT. Ladies' Monte Carlo , Coats, to night and Thursday outlet price $5.9S Ladies' Fine Flare Skirts, stitched ' trimmed, from !?4.50, $2.9S Children's ' Heavy Cloth Coats. braid trimmed, outlet price $2.25 Children's Fine 'Velvet Coats. braid and stitched trimmed, out let price $4.75 Ladies' Fine Flannelette Houso Wrappers, braid, bertha and flounce trimmed, from $1.00, out let price G9c Ladies' Flannel Waists from 45c up SPECIAL REDUCTIONS IN ALL KINDS OF DOMESTICS., DRESS COODS, SILKS, WAISTINfiS, BLANKETS, COM PORTABLES, AND TABLE LINENS FOR TO NIGHT AND THURSDAY. SHOE SPECIALS FOR TO-NIGHT AND THURSDAY. At $1.50, Women's Fine Vici Kid and Box Calf Shoes, the newest styles, single and double exten- sion soles of the best cak leath er, great value for $2.00, to-night and Thursday - $1.50 ,At 87c, Women's Fine Glazed Kid Shoes, in lace and button, worth ' $1.25, to-night and Thursday 87c At $1.50, Men's Fine Box Calf, Vici Kid and Satin Calf Shoes, in all sizes, regular price $2.00, to-night and Thursday v $1.50 At $1,19, Men's Fine Satin Call Shoes, in lace and , congress, all sizes, regular price ? $1.50, - to night and Thursday $1.19 Boys' Fine Satin Calf Shoes, sizes 2V2 to 514, the $1.25 kind, to night and Thursday 98c Little Men's Fine Calfskin Shoes, the kind that cannot rip, sizes 8V2 to 13, to-night and Thurs day , 98c Little Men's Fine Satin Calf Shoes, sizes 9 to 13, value $1.00, to-night and Thursday C9c Misses' Patent ,Tipv Lace ''Shoes, sizes 12 to 2, worth $1.00, to- - 1 : .' & 43 Center Street i I u VI ft ii ft ft Ki w r A U A P., company n ones Morgan- & O or Juvensle Overcoats i-3 K f,tjr north Window is an index, this week to the most stylish showing coats and Reefers in tha city. Nobby and weil tailored garments for the lads of2 to 10 years, built to our order by "specialists" to boys, Only one reason why our boys clothes are different.' Prices the same as the other sort. Now which sort do you prefer? Jack Tar Reefers, Auto and Russian Overcoats. $4.50 to $15 Mo rgan & Company. MEET ME AT THE JUNCTION. MEET ME AT THE JUNCTION, . Thsrc Arc More Things in the World Than Money. ! V ; . Things That Money Will Buy. Very, little money will furnish a cosey home complete. ' Scores of households are finding this out every dajv "We strive to make this a per- ' feet store. Inspection of our stock will prove this. And with lowest prices for equal grades we can well claim the title, ; Waterbury's Greatest House furnishing.? Store.: ;'.::,.;i.: . t : y' ; . . ; ';. '.. '.. .. . ' . ' ., '' . . ' For the kitchen we have the Household Range, built to bake. For tlio dining room, Sideboards, Buffets, Dining Tables an Dining Chairs in leather cane and wood seats, also a choice line of Dinner and Toilet Sets. For the , chambers, Brass and Iron Beds, Chamber Sets in' oak, mahogany, birch, bird's-eye maple,; odd Dressers and Chiffoniers.' For the parlor, Parlor Suits and Odd Chairs, Boekers and Tables of all descriptions. Our Carpet Department is a store in itself. Floor Coverings of every description, Mo quets, Axminsters. Brussels and Ingrain Carpets, Art Squares, Bugs, Lace' Curtains, Couch Covers,, Table Covers, Linoleum and Matting. CASH OR CREDIT, OSTON--FURNITURE . CO. JU KCTIOM SooQi Main, Scaviil and Brook Sts. FENCING GOODS n BASKET BALL EXERCISERS "VI INDIAN CLUBS Fotls, : Masks, Piastrons, GIovos, Suits, Balis. Shoes, McFadden, Whitlav. Travelers', Dumb Bolls, Eoxinrr Gloves, ' 1 Sgo Our Lino of Now stylo S WEAT2RS, Just rocoi vod. WILSON CO. E-1B Taking Their Dally Outing With a- good, safe horse to drive would save the ladles4 many . doctors' fees. Fresh air is nature's tonic, and you gat yonr rig from thi stable. c d. pinney, scolst; ; Horses given the best of care. . I t Berlin & Sons UNDERTAKERS, and PRACTICAL EMBALMERS. " night and Thursday C9c COM The best equipped house in Connec ticut, with everything needed for the business to be shown In wareroom.i, 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 calls answered, by Thomas F. Bergin, 73 South Elm street, or District office, 5 East Main street,' or at residence, 102 Walnut street Telephone at store 00Ii-4 at residence 333-2- A V ot ft BBS I nanRsgiv ing Shoe's. -: ' at $2 to $4 in "up to now" styles !s 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 Shoes during September, Octo ber and two weeks in. November tlian during the same time last year! DM anyone say Dodge had gone to sleep?' Oi OOOliE H lis 50 Center Street.