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WATEIIBUHX EVENING DEMOCRAT, MONDAY, DECEMBER 1. 1902.
1118 fl MM Frank Erne Has Retired From : the Boxing" Arena. ON TKS GHIDIE02 lie Has Made a Lot of Money in His Last Battles He Says Jimmy Britt "Will Prove , a Wonder' Baltimore May Get the MeCovern and Corbett Contest. , San Francisco, Dee 1. Frauk .Erne has retired from the ring. .The .former champion, since his defeat liy Jimmy Britt on Wednesday, declares- he is through with the squared circle for good. - 1 Thursday he will leave San Fran cisco for. Buffalo. After a. short stay in that city. lie. will proceed to Lewis ton, X. Y., where he will engage In the Wholesale wine business with his father, who is at present erecting one of the biggest wineries in the east- ; Erne declares that fighting is the hardest kind of a life to follow, "At the best.' he says, "one only receives ' hard Knocks." It is 'a sad realization to thiuk that after twelve years in the ring, being successful in all but five battles, one mu st runup gainst such a game young fellow and get completely knocked out. ."I would advise no young man to follow the ring for a living. I have quit fop good and I am glad to do so. I shall never again put on the gloves. I: have made arrangements to engage In business with my father, which I think will be better for me in every way. . "Britt is a clever little fighter, and With proper experience will .prove- a Wonder. In our fight he had the ad vantage of being younger tban I., and his recuperative powers were better: Iwould not detract in the slightest from the credit due him." I felt sure that I was in the best condition in my career, and he deserved his 'victory. I: wish him success." A Little Review of the College Teams ! Work This Season. ; x The football season being over, it is in order to rank the teams, an unsatis factory task at - the best, owing to the numerous complications that arise duo to varying form on the part of the different elevens and inconsistencies in scores. Few persons would rank the lint dozen or so of the-eastern teams just' alike, bat there Is" one point on which there will be no dissenting voice and that is that Yaie ranks first. Yale is the only eastern team that went through the season without a defeat and her total cf points is large, though this in itself is r.ot so significant on account of the team's meeting different sets: of opponents. The Blue's .victor ies over her twp gre rest rivals were decisive. Neither of them was able to cross her goal line and no' team was able to do that at straight rushing. West Point did it once by blocking a kick on the 5-yard limV and Tufts did it oiice on a . quarterback kick. No stronger team , than Captain Cliad- doubtful :'if any as strong ever played tu ability of making -another nve-ye.u athletic agreement between the two colleges. The last agreement which was for five years, expired last year. Neither college could then come to a satisfactory understanding over an other long-term compact, so it was de cided to make a one-year agreement. It is said that the committee will sure ly make a long-term agreement. The advisability of selecting three disin terested persons to" act as an arbitra tion committee on protests, such as the Glass, dirts and Schick cases, will also be considered. ' I the frame. v Next to Yale comes Princeton; Some members of the . Yale team" say liar yard 'was stronger "than Princeton, but the.' 'Tigers'' made" the better showing against Yale. They did not: gain as much ground as Harvard, but they seored. their defence was more stub Denver, Dec ! 3. Football "armorV said to have been used by the Univer sity of Colorado team in a game last Thursday was exhibited at the Den ver A. C. yesterday. Two shoulder plates, llued with sheet iron, a sheet Iron breastplate and a hand guard, also lined with sheet iron, constiUited ihe exhibit. One of .the shoulder pieces has the name "Tonkin" carved on it, j and it is said was worn by that player In the game. The breastplate is also J said to have covered his chest. The iron was riveted back of the leather. i between it and the felt 'liuinir. and om appearances made a formidable BASEBALL NEWS. With with the George Mulligan - Has Signed Manager Roger Connor. George " Mulligan has signed Manaerer Rojrer Connor of Springfield baseball team for next sea son. Mulligan will be used as an ex change catcher and fielder. Mulli gan, who has played with the Wash ington Hill A. C. of the. City Amateur league for the past two seasons, is one of the best amateur players in the city. He can play about any position on the diamond. Ills many, friends hope to see him make good as amem ber of the Springfield team. . TRAITORSAT HOME. De Wet Blamea Burghers Foi Boer Defeat. GENERAL'S STORY OF THE STRUGGLE bulwark, of offence or defence. ALTAR BOYS WON. The St Thomas altar boys defeated the West Ends, .yesterday afternoon I at a game cf Rugby. The game. whs t played at the 'Flats. and although bornlv sustained and they kept -Yale's j the opposing team was the largest the total down' much.'.-lower than did Ha vard. Only -two touchdowns.; were- made in the : entire season against Princeton. Svhile eicrht were against' Harvard, one each by Bow dom, Wesleyan, West Point and. Dart mouth and four by Yale. So long as the teams did not . meet to test their relative strength the results indicate that Priceton's, defensive strength more than offset Harvard's offensive superiority. Harvard ranks third and j cirirh .wore came out 10 to 0 in favor of the altar boys. The features of the sramo were the quick playing of Laughlin, made ! the quarter back, and the trick play ing of Floyd Fro y. the full back. WRESTLING. it West' Point. " beaten West 'fourth. Harvard bavin Foint. Had .the army met Princeton there would have been a better means of comparing Harvard and Frineotori and It is by.no moans sure tl at Princeton would have beaten Professor Dwylr's Father Dying His Dome in Michigan. M. J. Dwyer of New 'Haven .u:d s Reinccke of I'ittsbuig were to ' Buffalo. Dec 1. Th- defeat of Frar!: Erne by Britt did net surprise Buffa Ionians one-tenth as much as the an nouncement cf a defeat of the Buffalo boy would have done a year a so. Within two years Erne has met and been defeated three, times, and th;s. tip doubt, has weakened him to such an extent that he is not ono-half ths Erne he was several years ago. ilt is an old saying amonjr sports that if yon knock a-man out cnoe. he loses a third rf. h's-"""diviners in fu ture, scraps: knock him cut twice and he is not anywhere neir half as good, and the more often he receives h's bnmps the worse he become, until fi nally he gos bacV to his place in thrt line h" occupied when a novice nt the foot of the ladder. ' Ero trained hfml fer tlj const. Letters from his friends, and from Iimi rel so stated, but there is no nneffon but that he fire's it harder each time to train for nlntt' for him to make the stipulated weight, and when h Fr.cceeds bo has not th sfrngth and the stamina ho possessed ssverab years ago. i He bns considerable money, mere rpal estate and .has stock in two, cr three enterprises. vStranre as it may appear. like Bob Fitzsimmons and .Tim Corbet. Erne hU5 made niuoh mAre ixionpy since be first met 'defeat than : when'.' he was cka.mpicn of xtbe world. As to Britt. he ft once - lumped n the ton of tho ru?rilistic lfder. TT at one Iwid tikp i position 'whic' oher boxers Kitp bnd to work yerii' to obtain. ; He is rich" and clw have to Ix" for a livinjr and s in th? ramefar p-narK of the thing move than nnvii'T e1c"V A statement or. "wlnt-Th-" '" wr from the time ''" met .ml i1-'"! Gans in New York is int"wt'-f": "Defeating .Tee Gans. xw York. --?WV defeating Cnrley Sunpe Fort 'F.r'e $2,200: defeatme Jpm Jfi'onr', T"i- r!on. St.o: draw with Tm Co'g. 'Buffalo. P"O0: losing to Ohttv Fnrt T"rie. ?4.200: , be3tinc: Gus Gardner, Chico. STOO: losing to Teif" MeO'v ern. New YorW. 'osing to' Tim Ferns. Fort Krie. s.cfiu- loslnsr to .r-ii- my Britt (estimated) $5,000; total, ?27, 200. :'.'? . ; ;, ';;: .;- ' nae iacoci each .tthc-r on the mat m the auditorium on next Friday even ing, but owing to the serious illness of Iwycr's father the match, has been postponed. for 1 he pivs nit. The au.li toritun Isad been hired.' the artlc!er of agreement had been signed anj for feits had been; nostP.T.-- Tbta-' consistently strong of any team's lMvycr m.eived a -telegram from h'is cepc iie s. xaie s cierence was me ; bo.I1)0 n ? the o!dlors. jln the Annapolis game the West Point's attack Mas the most only one encountered ny y est i'oint that prevented su?tained gains. Pennsylvania deserves to be ranked fifth, oil account of her stiff game against Harvard and her splendid brace which beat Cornell. Penasylva- ma. it is true, was beaten uy tno in- lians, as well as by Annapolis and Brown, but the form the Quakers dis played on Thanksgiving day," their fi nal game, probably would have won for them the three games they lost. A team's final form must be consider ed. If one undertakes to go deeply Into scores made throughout the1 sea- on he finds himself in a perfect quag mire or calculations. For instance. Pennsylvania was. beaten by Aiviapo I'h. who was beaten by Columbia and Columbia was lenten by Pennsylvania. Also. Lehigh beat Lafayette, who beat Brown, who' beat Pennsylvania,, win Michigan that his faher. was dying and to come on at once. He had matches arranged for this city. Wash ington and Sera n ton and he was forced to call them -II off. Ills clns?ei in New Haven, too. he was compelled to abandon. In crier to prove that he was on the level he ha agreed to stand the expenses that Relnecke lies gone to and will give him a niMtch Just an soon a he returns from the west. It is unfortunate that this should happen just now. as Icei'ieck w.os sent here to catch' Dwyr'and the latter knew ir and was waiting for him. However, the matr-h will take,. place at some fu ture date in thl Hry. and it wiil be a corker when it does come off. BASKET BALL. The settlement of the baseball war in the west, by which the American as sociation becomes a member of the Na tional Association of .Professional Baseball leagues,, has upset the calcu lations of several managers' of the Con necticut league. Secretary". O'ltourke is. blamed for submitting a proposition that robs two of the Connecticut man- ! agers of valuable players. One of the provisions of the peace terms is that minor leagues composing the National association. except the Western league, agree to. allow, the American association to " retain all : its players signed up to and including October 20, 1002. This takes out of the Cmuieoilcut I league, without compensation, at least five of Its ,star players. Springfield and' Mcriden am the losers, the former be ing now compelled to snrender Owens and Connors and the latter Altixer, Flanagan and Larkl. Toledo has all of the men ard Reisling may go to that club. f . Yesterday's New Haven Rigister con tained the fo'lo-.ving: It Is interesting and Instructive to note that ail. -the efforts' directed against Re'sling to prevent him from playing the gam-1 in any club under Notional association protection have utterly failed. The genial doctor still holds'the whip hand, both in hi::' suit against the l'.nrtford club for hack salary and in his. standing: hproiwih? National association. In speaking r;f the eominir mason's ' work yestemay, Dr ReisJinp- said: "I have not decided yet where I will play. I have h id good offers from the ; Philadelphia Americans and the Brook ; lyn Nationals. In addition to the eon Iract tendered to ino by the manager of of. the Toledo club. I have civen To ledo first.. opt ion on mv services, but , have not signed a contract. I shall give the Toledo offer first considera tion, however, before I idgn with any club." . ' l' I were defeated by the Normans mi in a genera way, tak- 8corts wcro 8 follow deration chiefiiy how he j CT,I)t, (Jparing, f McKeon, c . Taylor, 'g . . Williams, f McPartland. Brown, g . . Tf Al Herfcrd. inanaTr of the F."- reka' Athletic '.ci'n V-,;'F'n!t'!n''v -vl post ar forfeit cf $..000 afi srnnnt" rf good faith- Trrry McGovrm nnd Tounr ro-l tt i'l n"r?p fthf In the Moivmenil Pity on Ji-'ian- ?!. JTerfcrd b.id 02 po- cnr. of th receipts' for the contest, but did not offer to post a fcrfeit. . ' - Sam Harris, representing McGrv ern. and John Considice appearing fcr the champion, met Saturday niar'tt and considered Herf crd's offer preferable to others, with the recommendation stated. The Hayes VaUey Athletic Club of San Francisco, offered 00 p.?r cent of.tho cross rpceipts. and a creed to post a $.".000 forfait. Tb" bid wns declined, ps the California club wanted the little fe'lows to fiirht next month. Neither man could get in. condition -in so short a time. ; In Louisville Saturday ".Tudjcre Ster ling B. Touey. of iha clrpnlt c"irt of . sppeals of Kentucky. Innded down n decision holding .that frlove : contests in Kentucky .'cannot be en.ioinod. The decision has a henrins on the C.rbtt McGovprn battle thai- was called off in Louisville two months ago. The de- cision in effect is that n p-onosed clove contest Is not. an Infi'nctlonable nutter.- Ti e rase may be annealed fur ther. .Ti:dcre Toney's cWsion may re sult in boxing clubs resuming business In, Kentucky. beat Lehigh. Reasoning at length alongthese lines is impossible, so one can only reck iwr. into c'oside thinks one team v,'ould do against an other with bcth nt their best. Cornell and the: Indians both mt I Pennsylvania the only team winch both ' played, and Cornell lost th Pennsyl vania nnt io. while the Indians v,-on theirs. IVsides, the - Indians,, defeated Cornell, which ranks Carlisle in sixth place, with Cornell seventh. Bucknell i win victorious over ihe Indians vnl had a strong team. On th's came ah re ; Bucknell. ranks ahead of the Indh j . but Pen us viva nia beat Bucknell "and vfei-rvi nf fl-e Tii1!nia ivci'.. f 'e?". .-i T-i i i uii.. j., i Nlf'hnta f T"'M :t,H. ifuiiKvivHii:a i'iiiiit i ui'i: i in ' h.tgher lac"','tha!i eighth; which1' i"s! as- ! Dexter signed to Bucknell. .-Following Buck- j'aeger. c r.ell comes Amherst. Dartmouth. An- " nrner. g nnnoiis. Lafnvtte. Brown. RvrsnM-is. illaycs, f Colvtrubia .and Lehigh in the order named. Syracrso beat ''Amherst, but owiug.to injuries did net improve and finish -;as strong; as Amherst. N ,: The select ion of the best ; eleven players from the eastern colleges Is an other matter calling. forth much dif ference of opinion. . Following -are a first and a second team: First team Shevlin, YahVand Bow ditch. Harvard: ends. i llnnn. Yn'e, and Kinney, Yale, tackles; Glass. 'Yal, and- I)eWitt Princeton; , gunrds. -Holt, Yale; center; Ilnckwell,; Yhle: ; quart n brck Cia'dwick Yale and Bunker West Point, half backs; (Jraydoiv Harvard, run i.'-,eic ;: .; ... ,; , Second team Davis, Princeton, and Metger.i Pennsylvania. ends- Graves, West Point, and Sheohaii. Brown. tuk les, Gos. Yale, ad Warner. Co n?l!, guards: McCabe."-Pennsylvania. center Daly, West Point, ( j uar terba ck ; . Met ca'f , Yale. and We-ntes. Colunibin, half backs; Bennett, Pennsylvania, fui back. The first named team is the s rong est aggregation that couhl be put to gether, possessing. the most all-around ability. . ... At the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium on Saturday night the Stars won from 1 the Nutmegs, while the Busiuewi Men Tha STARS. score field 33 goals 4 .8 ........ .1 ......... 2 g' Y.'.i 10 NUTMEGS, score field 10 goals foula goals by opp 1 1 1 3 1 .8 .1. 3 i: t fouls goals l by opp 1 4 2 ' S . 1 4 2 10 The discovery of . a few stubs from tho chock book of Mnnacrer Jock ! Chapman, of Detroit. LS84, make nil ' interesting comparison with the salar ies of baseball players to-day who are (be!ng offered the j-alaries of bank j presidents, college professors and i prominent divines. Flayers In 1 hose i days were signed -for a season of sev en months and paid fortnightly. When Detroit was admitted to the National league in 18S1, Pitcher Der by and Catcher Bennett were the onlv members who received $1,400 for the i sonson. and Hanlon. Si .100; was tlie only other ,mcin'er whose contract ca''ed for more than $1,000. Bennett. IFhiiIoji and Pitchers Get zein and Weldman were the only 1 SSI J r-.e'.i who ere members of the "B's? j Iour and Ten Mere" team that won 1 no -championship. Three years, ana each was a stnr of the first magnitude. Tho book fbows that a cheek for S 180.4-1 -was drawn in favor of John M. Ward, mnnaerr of the NewYcrks. IwinT the enb's percentage of the ro ooints from the 'last fmr games it l1ayed tbere; TTfrrv Wright, mannger of the T'i veiiTs. received a cheek for fliO'VO.-', three rnmes and .bor rcvd SOO o meet his expenses. The ,chec r'- wis recently f on n 1 P'n.onr' ih vnccnls of . ftji-- ceuutv troa" rrer, in Detrc,.: ..M'p'i. sf ored In th' ptic rf tlie "Hv boll, and is now In the treMsrver's record room in the county .bulldlnr:. - ' . Hannearan. Granirrr, f Curt!s, Pnlers. g . Burke, g . NORMANS, score field 17 goals ...1 . . . . . V. . is fouls goals by opp 1 ' ;i 1 4 "Fur Easier," He Says, "to Fllit Airnlnt tb Great RusIIih AN tny Thnn Treacliery Among My Own People." LONDON. Dec. 1. "Had not so many of. our burghers provfd false to their, own colors England, as the great Bismarck foretold, would have found her grave in South Africa." That is tha kynote of the Boer general Da Wet's book, entitled "Three Years' War," published by Archibald Consta ble & C:. in London and dedicated by the Boer general "to my fellow sub jects of tha British empire." It is perhaps the most remarkable book by the moat remarkable leader that any recent war has produced. The concise, simply told tala of the extraor dinary campaign is marked throughout with the stamp of trv.th. The baldness of the narrative only serves to bring into striking relief the fiery passages whore a strong man llttrally blurts out his soul in pathetic regret cr bitter do mmelat'.on. In thus taking the public Into his con fidence Da Wet loses nothing of tha glamour with which his exploits in the field surrounded him. In criticising he spares no cue, Boer and Briton come cc-v.ally , under the lash.. De Wot de clares that whatever the 'English peo ple may have to eay ' in discredit of (Sonera 1 Bullor he had to operate against stronger positions than any other British general. Throughout the work the Beer general has but slight praise for Lrd Roberts and l'.ttle more for .Lord Kitchener.' General Knox Is r.lmcs:t the only British general who seems to have struck Dc Wot as a coin- , mnnder with real military genius. Of "Tommy Atkins he has many kindly. words. 'to say and declares "the Brithh were far frcm. being bad shots.'! The comparative Immunity of the Boers from harm De Wet constantly and most fervently attributes to the interposition of God. "If any reader," he says. "Is eager to knov.- how itwas I kept out of the enemy's hands' I con only answer, although I may not be undcrs.o tl. that I ascribe it to nothing else tha n that it wa s not (Sod's will that I should fall Into their hands.; Let those who rpjolcs at ciy miraculous e enpos '.ive all the praise to God." . - ; No either ess the book teems with. ac counts of military and other strategies by wh'ea De Wet outwitted ; bis ptir pu.era. Frinently he recounts cases'of den a ii'Mi and panic . among his own men whf'U his entreaties and fsjanibok ins Mvra v of no avail. De Wet pays tt. tributs to General . Cronje ' for his brrtvfcry, but declares he lost at Paar doberg only on account of his fatal ob stinacy to leave the laager, as he was advised t do by General BothA and by tho writer himself . Regarding his own f oroes ... Do AYet writes: "It was far easier t-fight nalnst the great English army than f.iainst treachery among my own peo p!. and an iron will was reeiulred to fight against both. ' Once if only our or trw had been carried out ft little mure stt-c'dy and if only the most el e- i meutury rules of strategy had been ob B rved in our efforts to break the Brit ish linns of communication Lord Rob erta nd h's thousands of troops would have found themselves shut up in Pre- , tcr where they '"..would have jerished j of hunger. It was not the skill cf their coituiunder In chief that saved them." j Of rhe blockliousr.s De Wet Is frankly contemptuous. "The blockhouse poli cy," he says, "might equally well have been called the policy of th? blocU i liead." The writer ; emphatically de- f onds th? right to blow up ra llroad lines and trains as the usage of war, and he declares he never mlff-rd an op portunity to do so. The so t jlled war against , women and tho misuse of the white flag by the British is sternly de nounced by the Boer J general, who 4 IS BPSTVESS' MEN. score field fouls I." McWniams, f . . TjTenealey, e ..... T.inglno. - g ...... M,argrnir. f . Webster, g . . . ; . Elinor;; g ...... . goals ...1 0 s 1 1 1 20 goals by opp 1 4 rORETGN RIDERS TRAIN HARD. The nou-air.val yesterday of Jean i GougoItK, the French cycle champion, i who U aboard the overdue American .'liner St Louis; caused mr.ch uueasi i ness in the camp of the foreign riderR who are tra:ivng at Manhattan tfeacn s. ..-rat ench direct and indirect A' ' J 1. 1 0. A .... I , - 1 .-.I- .1,1. lit j-A : r murder should have been commuted against defenseless women and chil dren la a thing I should have staked my head could never have happened in a war waged by the civilized English nation, end yet it happened." His last word is an injunction to his fellow countrymen to be loyal, to the new government. "Loyalty." he says; '-y-uya bent hi the end, and loyalty n Ion? Is worthy of a nation 'which has i bed lor the lnternailon.il six-day bicycle race, which will s alt in Mad son 'Square Garden next Sunday night. Carl Kaser. who ' will be ( Jougoltz's team mare l:i tlie race, ,was at tho pir j all yesterday, hoping to hear of ...'v. i vessel being reported, and he ; wi greatly relirvrd when news of her wart . received. He and Coi'gsliz are cons-id-, c:ed as having a grand chance of. aviii ! iT'urr the big eyeft.. and though 'tore '. of the '.other for'frn ' tennis nre their I'hnadp'ph:;r. Doc l.-The West Point eleven defeated the navy cn Fran'tlin fir Id Saturday 22 t. 8.' The first half -'ended., with, the score a; 10 MOST VALUABLE GROUND. City l.o( In Xfw York That Are Prloeil Illjjhor T':an Any Other . iu lh 'World. Thit booU contains a magnificent por rruit of the author by the American painter John 8. Sargent. to 8 in favor of the sdlers'.?- They' made two touchdowns, nci hr of which, rnitd in a g al, w, i the salo?s scored a touchdown on a sen sntic.nfi't run of ?itv-1 wr yards bv i,ol nrxpfct for 111m. Donald Darling. I only desire to fciss your hand. Rotalind I always knew you were of low ambition. N. Y. Sun. Those Vele- flfnn?!:. A I see you sutler with the gout. p. Of course I do. you idiot! You eon't expect nre to enjoy it, do ycu? -Philalelphia Bulletin. The highest priced land in th'- world is ihat bounded by .'.Wall and Broad streets and Broadwaj', in low er New. York city, says Success. ... A squure foot of ground on a corner of Broadway and Wall street cannot be had for less than $450. The most expensive land ia London sells for $300 a square foot. The average prico land in New York citv's tinancial district la about $175. Next in the scale comes the woman's shopping district, from Fourteenth to Twenty third streets, on Sixth avenue, and from Thirty-fourth street to Forty- d sitrppt. on Broadway, Hera . , . i, .. Thorn i. fi!sf)b7te1" no dinner of i lana ranges an uie.wuj num H-irvnva iinii aie severing nnnetio re- intions. -I his ip stated on The author- . eousl Gougoll'-c ,anl Tvi:ser have. 1h its blood for freedom." jn n-antage of hnvlu'fr ridden in races m : the Garden tu pre virus years. ! The ether riders hnv: been basing 'their hones e.f winning the race on the knowledge hit Ooinr'Mi?: and Kner, barring accidrt. w'll surelv sfick It j out to the finish find pr"ve the best of rirenialrcrs unt'l thn final. 1in on the last night - wlri th"y f gur" the'r chances of .. l--ndluz over, the tine w"ll in t.he.rjcB. A WOaD WA1ITED. It9 s a New Idea The short top coat in black. ,' We have it. . ( The Young Man's Coat, '48 and 50 inches long, in black with a fine stripe. We have it ' i- ' . With our New York. store we are in touch with city trade all the : time. - If it comes from U,, S. & Co. it's cor rect. The prices, $ 1 2 to $ 1 9, with $1 $ the big winner, with fine Jining, silk sleeves that wear, and the proper -shoulders, make them fit. Come in and try one on. 1 , v53-55; Center St. With Cowlcs Millinery Store- AUCTION, ...QF Aim HOUSE AND 4 LOTS On Wait SUe Terrace. , BELLEVIEV AVENUE AT 12:30 P. M., SATURDAY, DEC. 6, 1902. ' A two-famllv house of eleven rooms and three lot, ai mated on West Side Terrace. This . beatuuui resiuence is in a polite ml dedxhtful location on Kellevue avenue, next door to the resl: deuce of (3erg II. reircey. The house and ench lot will he sold separnte. at your own bid. Tha owner I a New York man and cannot care for proper ty here. For particular inquire at tup real estate olttee o! D. H. TIERNEY, 107 V.nvM St, Waterbr.r.r. Conn. Tiie Broadway Stables Rar of Poli Tiieatsr- , P.PoIlak&Co. "''';-; ; i..;-'-- - ,! ; If you want a nice Portrait made hv Crayon 'or Watercolor, made eatlsfac torily for next; Christmas, bring your photo to ua now. It will be delivered hi time you need it. All Avork guar anteed If not '. satisfactory, no pay asked. ". : -, ; ' 14-3 Bank Street. Best Dental Co. Only High Grade Dentistry. 1 , , (XV BANK STREET. Horse Sboeing 'V AND GENERAL v BOARDING HORSES A SPECIALTY E. VV. BRADLEY. Aanagcr. N. W. REED, Proprietor. 'l'lioiie "connection. - . One That, Will KipreM tlie tver-in-orensliiff Cl'Sim of AVorl Nnnicd After IttllvianI. If You Want a Man Fof an v kind of CARPENTER WORK, telefhone or call at 43 fotrth WUlcw Street. G. A UPHAM, r ucccseor io Seeky 6c Upham Co. - i Repairing LCNE IN FIRST CLASS SHAPS AT- K.N. Blakeslee s 160 Meadow Strst. PENMANSHIP I mrnL Srachea every pupil i write a nae ruphi. bualiiess hand, la a couroe of 10 rrivato lefi'on and uo failures. All tluU of pen work exe-med lu tai Llane: decree of. art. 1CT 15AXK STItEET. his cd l)nlv of Wet ' f i ' -ii iii" 5 or a pnfc". Tn 'lif Record, ha'f thp pronl of t )i" AVrst iv.intersi novcr Ava in dan pr, whllo- thpy dnrd:cnfPd tli-rlr pr r-for",iartc--' in the firf4 half and kicked bcth jroaln. itv of ft.. Yale -man who knows ; what" .wt roinT o'i at the-Xew' ITaven insti tution. In fect. the Ynl Daily News bnf; already made tho fyi'me assertion In order to set at rest the sensational stories thnt have hcen coiner the rounds to the effect thnt the Crimson and the Blue were about to cease their con ter.t3v on tho f.old ' and water for h time. It is paid that a meeting of the Y:il-TInrvurd corfprence commffte will soon le held to consider the advis- Consumption can certainly be Not 'all cases, ; but) very -many.--: herry Pectoral is the niedicine, . cureid. Ayers 3. C.AycrCo.,. Xiowell. Maas. $00 to $350 a square foot, tne norin- west corner of Broadway and Thirty fourth street the latter price was obtained. The real estate man wh'i can tell the future movements of population on Manhattan is in a po sition to realize a fortune. The errow th of Brooklyn and Jersey City has checked the movement" of the population north, and it i said the most valuable land on Manhattan i Jeiand will always remain south of Central park. The lower half of tho island will soon have nothing on it except office buildings, factories and tenement houses. ; Tt is owincr to Hr'jo.ltr's d"lav that the f-;"iMorT1P,.j fe.'ir he may net crcV in , prcoor fnivn to mnkp a fTwOiin"' raoe ! of it . and' th,,,' ind'fip th'r chafes ; cf winnlnjr 'Tho ridprs from over th wate" ar? dtTmined' to win na manv -pr'Tc-s fi, io"s"i)te. nrd wltji .thla rnd in j thev !re- workinfif like bonvcrs to I f.f them;ptves for the race. i no nvoincte' ot tne race aro male injor efforts tn hr three-corneroi race between Kdd!r B-ild. the world's champion: Frank Kramer, the nat'on nl champion., and Ivfr Law-nii. the flying Swede, tn tik" place next Sut nrdav nijrht. and -there 'is evcrv rpaaon t believe tln the race will bo ar ynn7-ed. On th- simo evc-ninar Jimmy Michaels and TTirrv Kikes will decide their twenty-mile motor-paced race. Lawyer (a, few year hence) Make your niind easy; the jury will disagree. Prisoner Sure?" "I know it. Two of the members ere man and wife." Tit-Eits. Kow Tli ey "tV n.nt More ray. The directors of a bank in Chicago think that no man' should marry on a salary less than $l.C0Oa year. They, hftve, therefore, informed, their single, clerks who get less than this gum' that they must not marry. The clerks-: hare requested higher pay. ' Sew rtac-e of tnnnttcn, A new race of lunatics is fast devel oping: 7 Th'ey are th "automaniac." who, riding in their automobiles, are in different regarding the rights of pedes trians. and run down anybody and ev erything in their way f n their attempts to make speed records.' a vriter in the Spectator is hunt ng"for a word and asks the readers of the Spectator to assist him. The word desired is one that will express the ever-increasing' class of Words that are named after some individual e. g.i "boycott," "macadamize," "doily,"1 mackintosh." "gamp," "peel er," l,obert," ."Hobby,. "VJiiteneau -(for a torpedo), etc. . Such words should he classified un der a name . by themselves. What should this word be? "Cognominals" has been suggested. . A cognomen, however, is a surname, and such words arp not always taken, from the person's . surname "Bobby," for example.: to indicate a policeman. , "Onomataneric" and "aneronomat ic" have also been suggested; but that would not include gamp' or "Mrs. Grundy." . No exception can be taken to the term "anthroponomatic," so far as accuracy of description is concerned; but it is a terribly long wrd, and an apt short word is a desideratum. v A WlrrlfM Piano. A citizen of Bloomington, 111., has invented a wireless piano. He first constructed a five-octave comb-reed of steel, placed it upon a bridge and soundboard and by degrees discovered u way to make a very fine harp note. He has been working for IS years on hi invention - Bonds and Stocks Lccil Investments a Specialty. : t : C. Le HOLMES, C3 North Mftlu istreet. . "vr The popular Plftcotwr. Dyeing, Cleaniog ani Repalrfa of Alt Kinds of Garmeoti at tbe FRENCH DYE WORKS t Opposlta IH0 Joli. LiUi Skim rebound vriih tli a bot 8ruU liraiU end ncoureJ ami urestied for .. Ut Vlvet collar put oft your ovarcout for from Giw to You wih need yoar M. SOCITTN, 172 Ea9t Malnt.. Wtrbury Brass City Liquor Co i . . ii After' our successful comb hint Ion sale of last weekvwe have decided to extend it for another week: - A bottle Monojiani, so!d at .r0 A bottle Blackherry Wrandy.sjld at T0c A bottle Oal Port, gold, at ...... 85ft A bottle Cal .Sherry, sold at ... 4.1c Total $ 1 TO , The Big Tour for'thl week Tergal. I'er hot BYE-Rye and Bourbon ..$1.40 .Wonogrrani 2.00 Scheidey 3.00 BBANIY Cabluet Brandy 1.40 WANTED, Three tailors on Ladies' pr Gents Tailoring. Apply to , F. BUCK, 2T0 NORTH MAIN STREET., Hew England Liquor Wareiiousa Big Stock and; Low' Prices fo THariksKiving Trade. WINES AND LIQUORS Rve and Bourbon . f .?1.30 Oood.Uye amlBourbon. 2.00 Monogram ...... ...... 2.50 Old f Jmw . . i . . ...... 0.00 Rlickenheltn .... ...... Golden AYeddiug i..",,'.' Gins. . ;. American - .'.... Rre Malt Holland Meder Swan ........... 3.00 4.00 $1 .0 2.00 .1.00 4.00 Cider Brandy Blackberry Brandy . . . . . GIN American .......... Holland Imported .... ... . RUM Domestic Jamaica Hum . Old liOiidon Dock 2.00 1.00 1.40 2.00 S.75 1.40 2.0(. 3.75 '.no .75 .3.. .50 .20 ..15 .no .75 .35 .50 .75 .40 .50 .05 .75 .75 $1.00 .40 .75 $1.00 . 1.25 Lara bottle John De Knype . . JauHeneRRcx&Co'B n-star brandy 1.50 Hunter Baltimore Rye .......... l.ou Sherwood Rye ...... . . 1.00 Fine Old Ryo .. ... .75 Rye and Bourbon 50 California WJne ... 51.00 gal. 25c qt Call and get our price list. Wo have the only I.adlea room In the city fdr'Jclly for-lndioa onlj. Frank Brothers 8r Co. Cor. Grand and South Main. t. STEAKS, CHOPSTOYSTERS, Et3 ;i 1 verything first class it Hodson's Grill Room DRESCHER & KEIL Cnl Wlnea 75c per gal and tip; 2.1c per bottle and up. Ladle entrance around "Union Rtrect. See tilgn Brass City on fence. Order delivered free to any part of the city, Brass Citf liquor Co. 213 South Main Street. . Branch, 203 Bank Street. Flel Bro Real German Laser Beer on , . Drancht. tln I.uneh. &7 Eaat Main St,' Waterbury, Coun BUTTERMILK by the glasa, quart or barrel. Good " for Kinney irouuies or weait stomach. J. E.WAn$,l5QSfllitiiMai;)Sl. The Original ANHEUSER BUSGH BUDWEISEH Now on Draught at E. Guest's Cafe, 05 SOUTH MAIN STREET. T, Oi if German Bo- tor fe A GENTLEMAN'S SMOKE, At Paul AQHcltna 180 South Main Street. For Sale Everywhere. , ,