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AVATERBUIiY EVENING DJ2JU.OCKAT. 1UUD AY, NOY EA113ER 28, 1902.
,, D; . ., ,., . ,. ... Thanksgiving Special "We -were fortunata in securing a lot of high back, solid oak din. tag chairs, that are rubbed fin ish, hand caned seats and chairs that would ordinarily bring $2.25. We are making a leader of the lot at 31.69 Could get but a few of the arm chairs to match, they are priced at ?2.S9. Regular on them "would . be ?4. . Our dining tables at $7.50 are , making a hit. . J.Tl. Burrall & Co. CC BANK STREET. UNDERTAKING Niirht calls an swered by C. E. Seymour,' S4 Maple street, phone: D. M. Stew art. 101 Franklin street, phone. PIANOS PIAHOS New stock. New designs. Call and examine them. Have you heard the Simplex The greatest Piano Player of the age. Public recitals Wednesday and Saturday afternoons. HE GRIGGS $ S31TH CO. ,- 4.9 Center Street. - Telephone C33-3. Wheelock & Sterling PI Low price on these pianos which are noted for their durability and sweet tones, for one week only. MIElEfPIMQCOj A W. SKINNER. M'gr 175 BANK STREET, WATERBURY CT. PIANOS TUNED By ALEX. HART Pianos, no matter how old, can be repaired. Orders may be left at George N. Ells' book store, 64 Bank street. Water bury. Conn.; .; FOR RENT. Two Choice Rooms, 2nd floor, Tierney -? Block. Inquire at Tiernej's Real Estate Office, 167 BANK. . J. H, MULVDXE Undertaker, Funeral Director - and Embalmer, Residence, 439 East Main St. Store, St Patrick's block, 110 Broadway. Telephone at stoie and residence. Bvenine Bemccrat ISSUED BY THE DEMOCRAT Pi-BLISHTSTS COMPANY ' C. M.ALONET.' JEDITOS MEMBER OF ASSOCIATES PSES3. ' SUBSCRIPTION RATES. OneYear. "5.0) One Montn. 43o - Delivered by Carrier. , ; . ADVERTISING RATES. Frcm One Cent a Word to 81.00 anlnotb E eading Notices 13c to S3c a Line ; FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1902. .. ..... ..- , ' . ' : "' . . . Washington is all agog just now- In anticipation of the opening of congress next week. . A.' correspondent says that most of the senators and representa tives have arrived in Washington, the president has completed his message, and it is being rapidly put in type and everything is ready for the convening on Monday of. what promises to be one of the most interesting short sessions of recent years. The social season is in full swing, the diplomats have re opened their : embassies and legations.' and the new state dining room at the White House has been initiated with a farewell dinner to M. Cambon, the retiring French ambassador. ted to issue currency without deposit ing bonds as security therefor, the issue to be based on the financial standing of the Issuing bank. . HEARD III PASSING The biological stations of the New The new French ambassador, M. Jusserand, has hope of the speedy erection of a French embassy build ing in Washington worthy of French taste and the capital of the United States. ' Rev Mr Sheldon, who won some cheap notoriety by lecturing on "What Would Jesus Do?" has started a life Insurance company which will insure only Christians. The reverend gentle man should not confine his philanthro py to such narrow limits. Why not start a fire insurance company for the unregenerate? All. of us have reasons for giving ihanks. If these reasons do not at once present themselves it is simply because we resolutely v look in the wrong direction. Indeed,' happiness or misery is largely in our own control and is dependent , upon our attitude toward the world. If the world looks yellow to us it is a very-good indica tion that we are jaundiced. The war department is about to mount the largest gun in the world at Sandy Hook, New York harbor. When mounted It will land a projectile weighing over a ton at any place with in a range of 21 miles. Its bore is 1G ' Inches. . It uses 1,000 pounds of powder for a single discharge. Stood on its breach beside a three-story building it would project far enough England coast have solved the prob- . . M . . .. f ' " : company of 100 soldiers. lem of lobster culture. Several thou sand of the young fry are put into a cylindrical scrim bag about three feet in .diameter and four feet deep, and the water in the submerged bag is con stantly agitated by a dasher driven by a gasoline engine. This prevents the J fry from smothering or devouring one another, at the same time keeping their food of soft-clam fragments with'n reach. In nine to sixteen days from the eggs the creatures are able to take care of themselves, this stage '- being reached by 16 to more than 40 per cent of the fry, although no previous experi ment had even 1 per cent of survivor 8; It has tak en four years to build it and the cost is $130,000. It is believed that one shot from this monster would sink any vessel entering New York harbor. THE EATING OF TURKEYS. Some Instances of the Way in Which ' Epicures Have Prized Them. The first turkey eaten In France is said to have been served at the wed ding banquet of Charles IX, says the American Kitchen Magazine. The Mexican bird! were taken to Europe and then brought again to America as a domestic bird. The Journals of many of the explorers like Captain John SmHTi'repnrrl thA irfpllpnt mmlities of I Numerous sens tors' and renresenta-' the wild turkey. They were p.ent.ful ... . A ..v,.,.--- from Canada south- even to the sea tives state that they do not believe J tmvripr writ f the ISHAM'S. Fancy Shirts, in the new, neat effects,' made to fit as only the right kind do, 98c to $i.r;o NECKWEAR Always something new to show you at 2 $c and oc 18 EXCHANGE PLACE. WALLPAPER, We have just received a stock of Fall Paper and of the latest patterns. Orders promptly attended to. Paints, Glass, Putty, Brushes, and also, agent for Pan-American White Lead. there will be any attempt at tariff re vision during the short session. That a tariff commission may be appointed to Investigate the subject and report a "great, store of .the wild kind of tur keys, which remain about the house as tame as ours in England." The famous French authority, Bril- year later Is possible, but that will be more than one himdred years ago, left the extent to which the matter will go. j an account of his experience in hunt The delegations from Minnesota and Ing wild turkeys. On his return from other parts of the northwest are strong. I this exppdition some famous man was ly in favor, of the reduction of certain ! stories schedules, but . even they appreciate that it will be almost impossible to ef fect such important legislation In the limited time at the command of the fifty-seventh congress while to leave an unfinished tariff bill In' committee he. by marked effort, i recovered him self and said: "I beg a thousand par dons but I was thinking how to dress my wild turkev." Another story of Savarin was told by Tallyrand. Pass es trough Sens on the way to Lyons, he' sent for the cook, aceordlner to his on the 4th of March would prove dlsr -custom.? and, asked, what he could hive astrous to the business prosperity of -'"fVnVdlriner: The report was discourag the country. ing. Jor althouph four turkeys were roasting In the kitchen, thev were all - . , -- . for one guest. "I should like to met Submarine photography is not likely the man who orders four turkevs for to become a popular pastime,' says a. fhis own eatine." said Savarin. and he A. Valentine's Tel 117-6. 64 Grand sr. or Saile One second hand 16-num- ber Watchman's Time De tector, in good order, for tac tory or other use. lei England Engineering Co. 343 WEST MAIN STREET. Fresh Salmon IlalSbut, Striped Bass, Pickerel, Bull heads, Sea Trout, Snapper Blues, Kippered Herring, White Bloaters, Escollopes 40c Maine Clams and Lob sters. , Rockaway and Bluepoint Oysters. Fulton Fish Market 202 CHERRY STREET, Telephone 213-4. The Prlccs; :, On Monuments and all Kinds of Cemetery work are lower Now writer on scientific subjects; but it is introducing us to unknown regions, and M. Louis Boutan, who; began by investigating the animal life of the waters, has become .an enthusiastic sea-bottom camerist Some of his re markable photographs of submarine scenery have been recently ' published. He Uses a' hand "camera, which is. en closed in a tight copper box having a plate glass window, and Is mounted on a cast-iron tripod.' Suitable mechan--ism is provided .to expose and change the plates. The pressure of the water, inconveniently great even at twenty or thirty feet,, was an early .ditriculty, but this was counteracted ' by means of a rubber ball, holding about a gallon,; from Vhich air was forced through a tube into the box as the pressure in-. creased. ; Light fades, rapidly in sink ing below the surface, daylight expos ures being impracticable at a depth of twenty-five feet. Magnesium powder is burned in oxygem .in a suitable glass globe, and by this powerful illumina tion instantaneous exposures are made with interesting results. went to pav h?s respects to the stransr- er. who turned out to be his own son. "What. yn rogue, four turkeys, all for yourself?" "Yes, sir; you know whenever I d'ie wmr yon vou eat ur the cvhnle of Ies-sots-les-lalssent," the t'dblt known as the ovster. was resolved to enjoy mvself for onoe.In mv life, and be 'l am ready to be-ln. although I d'd not exneet the honor of your companv." There is an old story of an epire. who said: "We have just been dining on a superb turkev. tender an'1 deH cious; we left nothinsr but the bans." Beine asked how' ronv were Included In the "we." he replied, "Two; the tur key and mvself." An En?l'shTnan In Pari asked Frnnklin whv hi cou?itrvmen selected n stupid, uneatable easrle as their em blem when thev h.1.3 ' sunnlled ? them with such a nohlo bird as the trkey. It is estimated that six mllHon tur keys are fi renn'red to furnish the Tii!nks!rivlnff dinner ; tales eah v-ar That niPfiTis over fltv mill ton notinds of meat, worth S7 Fon ooo. Of th's sum the smallest sae. Phode Tsiand re ceives the largest share. New York Tribune. fh;m Thou Will hP Nfyf Yp?ir, If you will need anything in this line for spring it will pay to place orders with me, now, as many people have a Ire.iJ Jon While speculation is rife in regard to the president's message and numerous predictions are finding their way . Into print, one who is in a position to know says that there will be nothing sensa tional about the document , It will be a brief statement of facts as they ap pear to Mr Roosevelt and, aside from a virtual reiteration of his well known views, in regard to the trusts and his recommendation, of a bi-partisan tariff commission to examine Into the que tion " of tariff modification, there will be no remarkable features. It Is ex pected that some reference ' will be made to the financial situation, both in this country and the Philippines, and congress will be tirgea to enact such legislation as the conditions de mand. Briefly, Mr'Roosevelt is too ap preciative of the heavy responsibilities which must rest on the president to be willing to assume those which belong to congress. Just a year ago almost the entire nation was on the qui vlve in anticipation of startling and radical recommendations in the president's message - To some extent the situation is the same to-day, but history wiU 're peat Itself and the sensationalists will be disappointed. The policy followed by the president In his message will be observed by Secretary Shaw in his forthcoming, annual report. The sec retary will set forth, in unequivocal terms, the evH3 of the present currency system and will urge upon congress the necessity of legislation which will remedy the defects. Ex-Secretary of fi livi'-svy Lyman J. Cage said last ivlit that the sentiment of the New TVik tJitu .''ft" of cbrmarfo -vns tL.it a LouhI be made ia tat- . MILLIONS OP MATCHES, '.'It would be interesting to know Just how mubh the hotels of New Or i leans spend every year for matches I for free distribution," said an observ ant man who hangs around the more prominent places a great deal. "No doubt the outlay will amount to a con siderable sum in a year's time. It is rather interesting to watch different men as they approach the free match holder, which is to be found on every hotel counter of the city. Nearlv every man wears a different expres sion and every man has his own pe culiar' way of reaching for free matches. It Is a rare thing for a man to simply take one match. He may need only one to light his cigar. "But he will take mare- than one. He "will light his cigar, or his cigar ette, or sometimes his pipe, with one, and the others he will shove down in to his pocket. Matches are cheap enouarh, but one hotel manaeer told me his . match bill Vould amount to more than $?0 a year, and It wasn't one of the larfr hotels either.. Tak insr all te hotels, you can pee that the match bill for a year would be no In considerable sum. It Is rather slneu lar that men who smoke never have matches with them. They are always begffing matches. Men who never fm4-e do not need matches pwpti r flie-ht fiie gas whm they eo home nfter nitfall. What becomes of all the marches, anvwnv? Men are always asklnfr for matches. Of course, many matches are burned up by men who smoke cigarettes. The clararette Is the sreateRt match consumer in the world. Th rtine will proba Hlv mn a eood .second, if T ma v use a racehorse expression. espvclnv' If the fsmofc-pr 1s in the habit of tnivine a great deal, and if lie ventures out where tho wind can blow the fire ont of the month of the pipe. But mnVhes. whn put ont In a rmhMf hnirlfr hncninA rc-ibMc property, nr'd av man has a riht .to fi1? i?7 -nA'-.i-Af c; if t pleases him to do v .: for men to help thoui- MOLESKINS FOR LADIES. The Sharp Weather Causes a Demand for Furs. ' "It's an ill wind that blows nobody any good," and the bracing sharpness of the past few days has quickened the business of some of the leading furriers of the west end. A wet sum mer following on a long winter, and having for its probable successor, an early and severe season, is responsible for sables, squirrels, minks, chinchil las, etc, being figuratively aroused from their lairs in the fur deposit chambers for immediate wear; At one well known Regent street house It was ascertained by a Daily Chronicle representative yesterday that patrons were sending from air parts of the country for their fur coats and jackets to be forwarded to them. The manager stated that the existing sharp ness In the air had advanced their us ual sales. ' "It is, as a rule," he said, "In October when the principal busi ness begins, but the last winter was so protracted that the ladies were wear ing their furs to the end of April and row are inclined to have something newer in muffs, collarettes and capes for a change. "Among the wealthiest class Russian sables are most in demand, and are steadily supplanting those of. Canada.. Within the past ten years their value has doubled owing to their increasing scarcity. ' In the same period and from the same causes the prices of all furs have increased, sealskins alone being now 25 per cent dearer. The modest mole is the latest victim called upon to shed his skin In the cause of fash Ion. The demand may be merely a temporary freak but here Is a moleskin jacket valued at 75 pounds. Eaih square in this of about four inches, represents one mole's skin, and it has taken just one thousand to complete it In Paris, gray , squirrel.is being much worn at present, and it is most likely to become a favorite here." Motoring furs" and complete dresses of fur are in demand at a fashionable furrier's establishment in Bond street. Some of the coats for motor driving aYe extraordinarily striking, that made of leopard-cat skins 'somewhat resemb ling a fresh mustard plaster spangled with ink blots. Another of puma skina was said to have useful merit of being impermeable to both driving rain and piercing wind. A handsome and stylish cloak and skirt entirely com posed of many thousands of sables feet, and trimmed with sable, looked superblv rich. Upon a similar o-arb n moleskins 4 he small price n5 pou'-dg was placed fcy the management, ihf ng it' was adorned with a collar of chin chilla. The latter skin, owing to the action of the Chilean government, has very much increased in price. To cur tail the export, and prevent the exter mination - of the true chinchilla, a heavy export duty has been .put in force. An impressive polling coat for a lady was made of 1,200 hares' ears and finished off with a collar and cuffs of otter. . , , All stored furs at this establishment are in a large, refrigerating chamber, where the temperature is kept continu ally between 30 and 40 degrees This is an American scheme for warding off the devastating moth, and is n-w to this country. The more gee al custom for protecting valuable furs ia more or less regular beating, which Is said , to. injure the pelt and crush the; hair, while chemical preventives discol or and depreciate them. Freezing however, kills all life in both moths and f their larvae, and has proved a complete success. London Chronicle. (Our Own Make.) $5-"REWAR0-$5 If anyone can show us a' finer or stronger Umbrella than ours for the price that we sell for the holidays. We have the largest and the hand somest variety of UMBRELLAS, TRUNKS and BAGS at the LOW EST PRICES in the state. Umbrellas re-covered and repaired with the best Gloria silk from GOc up. Remember, every Umbrella you purchase from us we guarantee to keep in repair free of charge for one year. Come and see our goods and prices before buying elsewhere. . . 179 BANK, COR GRAND ST. Watertury Umbrella and Truni Factory A GOOD HORSE attached to an up-to-date carriage, and your wife, who needs an outing, beside you, will ; ake you feel good and maj save doctor's bills. If not married ta'r somebody's daughter whom you know you would like for a wife.. Go to LOUCKS' : STABLES, 6 SPRING STREET "PHONE lr M) Gan't Do Everything We can't-paint a picture, or carve a statue, or make a coat, but we can wash clothes to perfection. We can do It because we' do. nothing se ha?e done nothing else for a good whlleba cause we have studied it, and thought about it, and worked hard as any painter ever did. It requires as much hard work, and practice, and talent, to make a good laundry as to make a good picture. Everybody can't paint a pic tureeverybody can't wash clothes per fectly. We wantyou to give lis a fair trial, and allow us to prove our word. I Davis' Steam Laundry 7 CANAL. STRCOT t , 1 , ,. Clothincr ! ON i Credit ! There are no extra ex penses connected with our credit privilege, which we extend to everyone. . Our customers buy their clothing of us, as they do their groceries arid provisions, call, se lect what they desire and have it charged on their account book, Isn't this system simple enough ? It has no objectionable features, and as we have perfect confidence in our goods we are sure of future trade from our many new customers this season. ... ' Open an account now, obtain your cold weather garments and. pay later for them.' , m MONEY DOWN. Gately Brennan 1 32-42 CENTER STREET. Directory of o RELIABLE SPECIALISTS . . - N IN W'ATERBURY . O 7 t :. ARCHITECTS hi. BENEDICT, Room 36, 51 -Leavenworth st. FUENET & JACKSON, . Room SO, 51 Leavenworth st. From 43 E. Main st LEONARD ASH1CIM. Room 25. Lewis building. Bank st ELECTHICIANS GEORGE Al. CHAPMAN & CO, 43 East' Main st DOCTORS a. J. Vis Vku. m. u. 148 Korth Mam st DR R. C. JONES, Veterinary : Surgeon, Res. 25 Johnson. Tel TEACHERS OF MUSIG CLARA BRZEZ1NSKI, Citizens' Bank-building. DENTISTS J. W. MAHOY, , ? 43 East Main street FUNERAL DIRECTORS J. H. GRAY & CO. 35 North Main street Funeral Undertakers. Telephona day or nlffht SIGN ARTISTS EL OCKELS, 11 Spring st .Up-to-date sign work. ' . LADIES TAILORS FRANK DE FEO. formerly with Reld & Hughes, 70 Bank st Telephone. - CTTST0M TAILOR JAMES II. CL1NE. Pilchard building, corner Bank and Grand sta. T0NS0RIAL ARTISTS GEORGE KLEEBER, 151 Bank st ; Over Jones. Morgan & Co. BIRDS Singing Birds and, Goldfish at F. GRA liER'S Bird Store, 164 SI Main st. CARRIAGE MAKERS MANN & DERU. 16 Brown st BRIC A-BRAC AND FURNITURE JOUiN L. SAX1W , -- - : 287 Bank st CASH BUYERS WILLIAM PoaSiNiJi. 30 Bank st Highest prices paid for Cast-tff Cloth ing. Send postal; will call HALF PRICE TAILOR JOHN MOSEL, 24 Abbott ave. Repairing, cleaning and pressing la dles' and gents' garments. RESTAURANTS CALLENDAK BROS, e 138 South Main street. H0RSESH0ERS W. M. DOi-'LE, 25 Jeffrson street v BRASS BAND Waterbury Italian Band. Music for all -. occasions. Frank DeFeo. Mgr. Tel- . DON'T FORGET the new Barber Shop now open at 11 West Main street, near Cone's drug store. LOTJIS MENDLEBOHM, N . PATENTS. Patents, Caveats and Preliminary F.xam- Hii, etc JARIZS A FZAZLZY, 1 FOUND AT LAST ';: ' .. . - .... ' , ' Wc have found the place to do business Is on South Main street We have found what the people's wants are. We have found the kind of Shoes they have been look ing or. j We have found that they know where to get the best Shoei for the least money. ; We have found the best assortment of $2, $2,50 and $3 Shoes on the market. ' : k We have found out all this by the crowds that have vis ited us since we opened in 'our new store. We have found Uncle I Sam Shoes are well made, and Union maJe and good sellers. ' DD y-Sherwoo d Shoe Go. 114 SOUTH nm STREET. M oriarty Undertaking Promptly . Attended to. :. Night calls Answered by Joe Moriarty, over the Store. i 4 ; . 163 Broadway Telephone 527-3. STORAGE For Household Goods. , Rooms $ I and $2 per Month. : JOHN MORIARTY Office 157 Broadway. ;; AIL KiNDS OF FURS RE-DYED REPAIRING. L. Tru deli's . 103 South Main St. Telephone 147-5. Note These Prices Andirons, - Fireplace Grates, Gas Heaters, .Fire Sets, Bellows, Spark Screens, t $1.50 up 2,50 up 5.00 up 1.65 up .75 up 1.75 up We employ only skilled workmen to set tiles for floors, fireplaces and bath rooms. , Prices of monuments reduced 20 per cent. "THE RIGHT PLACE." C. A. Jackson & Co ' 272-274 BANK STREET. ' ! mw:: YOUNG STYLE : The only ones on sale in town. Call and see them at the Danbury Hat Store, '; ' ; ; 219 Bank Street..'; . Cold Storage. We have a limited amount of space for the storage of APPLES. PEARS, Etc .. And would be pleased to quote rates on ap plication. - Hygeia Ici ?ndW1 Sonji Plant 1003-1131 BANK STREET. ) Telephone 202, R. E. MUNGER Mf. ARTHUR G. AUGER Undertaker Embalmsr and Fu neral Director, . 374 SOUTH MAIN STREET, Waterbury, Conn. . Residence and Night Call, 30 WesS Clay street. : i . Telephone 221-2. , ALLRliH DOWN I Sjifw. '. People talk of being all run down, overworked, out of sorts generally. Nine times out of ten it is the blood that is out of order. The blood is the life of the system, you know. If it becomes thin or lacking in strength the sys tem naturally suffers and with a weakened system disease finds an easy mark. Burdock Blood Bitters is one of nature's remedies, A purely vegetable compound. It is a blood maker; it strengthens and builds up the system ; drives out the disease by removing tL? cause. ( I Mrs. Chas. Preitoy, Moosup, Conn., says: "I have taken two bot tles of Burdock Blood Bitters and am feeling bettej than I ever did ia jny life. For many years 1 suffered with severe sick headaches anda general debility. Lost all ambition and went about my duties in an aimless manner. Had a tired, worn out feeling all the time, but before I had taken half a bottle of B, B. B., felt relieved and am now feeling like a new woman." Mrs. A. W. Ham, Ovmbridgre, Me., says: "I was ia poor health for a long time. " I was unable to bo around or attend to my work, waa troubled with constipation, neural gia and poor appetite, in fact, every trouble that attends a rundown condition ot the system, and have taken two bottles of Burdock Blood Bitters and the Pills. The first dose set the machinery -of life to work, and can say I never took any medicine that gave such immediate relitf &zi ret me gainirj. fcrr cLich I era truly ekfiL"