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WATERBURY EVENKi G r CITY NEWS, reams Well, you can bet your last 3-cent piece I do, .and why? Because the other night I dreamed that coal could be bought at $5.o0 per ton wholesale, and the retailer was charging $10; and then t dropped to $5 and the re tailer went up to $10.50. Doesn't that seem true?' I dreamed the trolley car people thought walking was good up Baldwin street way, so they decided to lay no tracks up there for another few years. Doesn't that seem true? I dreamed Hamilton park was to get a two years' setback. Took at your 1903 tax bill when it arrives and see If that doesn't look like a dream on facts. 4 is, dreamed wo 1 were ; to get a patrol wagon for the police station eleven years' ience;. wait and s?e if my dream isn't pretty near correct.; I dreamt wc jwere . giving a boy's well made sled. wth one pound of our war ranted good Baking Powder, 45 cents per pound, and sure enough we had them the next day. I dreamt. we were selling better tea and coffee than any one else was selling, and the price was reasonable. Just then I awoke or else I would have dreamt of the butter we are selling, at 27c per pound." Say, if you really want .to enjoy your break fast Just buy a pound of our He coffee and give it a trial. Phelan's T Store. 42 East Main Streei, , Telephone. TVTow that winter has ar- rived, the sports for this season of the year will start. , ... .. If y pu have n ot as yet pr o vided yourself with a pair of Skates you should do so at once, as we have a choice line of Wirislows and Union Hardware Co's Skates. Also a Jarge line of Flexible Flyer Sleds, High arid Low Clipper Sleds. Boys' Sleds, Girls' Sleds, Also a line of Snow Shovels; Sidewalk Scrap ers,' etc v--: - ' P.J-BOLAN Hardware Store, , . 90-94 Bank Street, FOR SALE 1 Cutter Sleigh 1 2-Seat Sleigh. - 44 the Shop 99 Let Us Estimate ' On Any APEBJN You may want done. An un limited selection of Wa!l Papers and the best workmen in town, assure you of satisfactory results. i tapalffie-Hoflman Co Painters and Decorators; Leavenworth St. AUCTION SALE . Still Continues Daily it 2:30 m 7:30i). m. I AT Jacobs ' 2 Co 's re welry Sale 1 8i' East Main St. - i.'-vnn: 1 m in m 19 EXCHANGE PLACE. One Flicht Up. Watches - .'and Jewelry; ,:: ; A Fine Line cf Wedding Presents. Repairing of Watches and Jewel ry in the Best Manner. 3 it. i 1 1 If ? jr:v- ::L'.:r Sheeban's adv. on page 3. : American band promenade Thurs day night. ' A son was bora Saturday morning to Mr and Mrs Henry J. Pasternak of 27 North street. A dmiirMer. Eleanor, was born on Saturday co Mr and Mrs Teter Hart- mann of 10 Ridge street. Frank . Fitzpatrick of Waterbnry is seriously iU at the family residence on Case avemie.-VYVintsed Citizen. . Special forecast for Connecticut: Fair to-night and Wednesday; rising temperature; fresh west winds, xlimin ishing. - " Henry, the two months eld child of Mr and Mrs Henry Griffin of Mill street, died yesterday at the Hartford hospital. : The funeral of Hugh O'Donnell will take Dlace from hisi late home in Wa terville to-morrow morning at 8:30 o'clock ito St Michael's church. The annual meeting of the Water bury Hospital society, which was to have been held last night, did not ma terialize. It will be held next Monday night. The election case of Edward J. Don ahue has been transferred from the New Haven superior court to the local superior court, and may be heard on the 19th of this month. Elizabeth, the two years old daxigh ter of Mr and Mrs J W-. Burns of Bish op street, died yesterday. The funeral took place this afternoon wMi inter ment in St Joseph's cemetery. Beware of goods sold at auction. If you want to buy your Christmas pres ents in diamonds, watches and all kinds of jewelry call on M. Green, 213 Bank street. All our goods are sold with a written guarantee. The horse belonging to John G. BaiT ser of South Main street, which was stoden at Naugatuck : Sunday, was found Monday morning hitched in front of the residence of Tatrick Cur tin and taken to Taylor's stable. In the account of Mr Ilallett's re cital last week the names of Misses Katherine and Gussie Keenan were in advertently omitted. The Misses Kee nan contributed in no small degree to the success of the evening's entertain ment, and the admission of their names was an oversight. John McEvoy, a bricklayer and prominent Forester, who lives at Mid dle street, Simonsville, was taken to the Manhattan Eye and Ear hospital yesterday, where he will undergo an operation for restoration of sight of the right eye. The attending sur geons consider it a critical, case. The left eje has been totally blind for sev eral years. ; ; - . ; At the semi-annual meeting of the Ladies' auxiliary of the Y. M. C. A. yesterday afternoon, the committee in charge of the recent rummage sale made a report which was most satis factory. The sum ' of $224.53 was cleared.- Verbal, reports of the recent state conference In Middletown were given and ; isteresting , remarks were made by Mesdames Fogg, Dayton, Castle and Spencei. A social hour followed the busi7ss part of the meet ing. A light collation was served. - The volunteer fire companies will hold rtheir annual ball in City hall on January 2. Chief Snagg met a. com mittee from the three companies in the city court room last night and talked of plans for the entertainment. Those present besides Chief Snagg were Wil liam Larfin,,,,, Jeremiah Scully 'and James ! Thompson., representing Rose Hill Go No 5; James Tiernan and Wil liam Began, from No 4; George H. Byrnes and Edward Cullen, from Brass City Hose Co No C. , Waterbury conclave, No 32G, Im proved Order of Heptasophs, met last night and' elected th following officers: Arehon: Dr Edmund J. Abbott; provost, Miller C. Haynor; prelate, J. M. Dixon;. secretary, . M. Shaw; financier, Frank H. Trowbridge; treasurer, Albert II. Miller; warder, J. G. Taylor; sentinel John Leggett; trustees, B. D. Coe, W; L. Hall and John Leggett. Daniel M. Davis was elected as delegate to at tend thet supreme convention to be held at Richmond, Va, next June. Charles H. Moreley was elected alternate. An Interesting meeting was held by the Senior Debating club of the High school last night.. The subject of de bate was "Resolved That the Chinese Immigration is Not Beneficial to the United States." The speakers were as follows: Affirmative, the Misses Babin and Hayes, Messrs Gaffney and Tyrrell; negative, the Misses Bowen and Hinchcliffe, Messrs Fruin and Haviean. The decision was given in favor of the affirmative by the judges, who made special mention of the ar guments used by Miss Bowen. .Recita tions were delivered by the Misses Egan, Metheney and Wood, Messrs Marshall, McGratli and Coyle. The regular meeting of Melicent Porter chapter, D. A. si., was held yes terday afternoon at the home of Miss Mary White, 251 Grand street. About thirty-two members of the chapter were present. The usual reports were read, also letters from the state regent, Mrs Sara T. Kinney, and others. After the business was disposed of Miss Zulette Wilson sang "Mott Desir," ac companied by Miss Miillings. A very interesting paper on "The Christening of New York," from the American Monthly Magazine, was read by Mrs G. C. Hid, and another paper on "Pew ter," written by a'. New Haven lady, was read by Mrs J. IT. Hart. A social hour followed, during which tea, sand wiches and wafers were served. . The' Central Labor union held a largely attended '. meeting last night and received- credentials from several newly elected- delegates. ' The reports from the various organizations show that they are unusually active on be half of labor and that their efforts are meeting with general success. The Philip Daly matter came up for an air ing and while he was handled without gloves nothing definite was done in the premises. A request f rdm the Inter national Shirt Waist and . Laundry Workers' union was read, asking that the Central Labor union use its influ ence to have dealers handle only such goods in that line as bear the-Label of their organization. Favorable action was taken on the communication.- For useful and lasting holiday gifts, without inflated prices, there is no bet ter place' to invest your money, he the amount large or small, than at the Upson Jewelry Co's. The company has made provision for a good Christ inas trade, and - their display is well worth 'seeing even if you are not ready to buy. The board of public works will meet at 8 o'clock to--niglit. Mrs Annie Warden of Hawkins street while returning from mass. last. Sunday at St Thomas' church fell at the corner of Bishop, and EEizabeth streets and broke her left arm. A special Masonic convocation will be held in the chapter rooms of Even ing Star, No 47, at. Seymour this even ing at 7:30 p. m. F. J. Loomis, J. J. Estabrook and U. G. Church will be exalted to the sublime degree of the Royal Arch. The degree will be con ferred by P. G. II. P, James Callan, assisted by P. H. P. W. C. Lambert of Pulaski chapiter. This assembly is called for to-night in order to test those companions wiio work other evenings. Trains leave at 6:15 and 8 p. m., but members are asked to take the 6:15 train. ..- , Tll8 1. .. fl ... ... F. liaise Go WATERBURY'S -LARGEST k N D BEST CARPET HOUSE OFFER. Chairs Wide arms, ' and either' with -velour or rapestry cushions rilled with nair, ror ?3.98. Worth nearly double this very low price. . . . Furniture and Bedding the good kind. Rugs, Oil Cloths, Linoleums, Window ? - Shades, Lace Curtains and Wall Pa pers and all kinds of nice, durable, low price house furnishings. ALL PRICES MARKED IN TLAIN FIGURES. Come in and look them over- Til. COMPAHY 5 floors, over the Reid & Hughes Dry Goods Co. 27 and 2U CENTER STREET. in PUT OUR NAME On your Christmas shopping memo randum. It's our first Christmas, so you need have no fear that youe getting some of last season's left vers. You'll find a good line of -the useful kind of gifts here something suitable for most any , member of the family. Sleds, skates',? polo sticks, magic lanterns, carvers, pocket cutlery, mechanical toys, etc. Waterbury Hardware Go., 205 Bank St. : Castle's larM Special Sale WHILE THEY LAST ? Sugar Cured Hams, lb, - : ' ONE TON SUGAR CURED SHOULDERS, c lb. Take advantage of above prices as they probably will not last long. Castle's Marke Cor.' UNION and SOUTH MAIN Streets Cold Facts Some of the storms and some of the days of slush come unexpectedly every winter. Some of the colds that most people have come from wet feet, the result of wearing dry weather shoes in wet weather. Most ' shoes are not waterproof. Some are.: The latter cost a little more tlnm the former and are worth very much more. We have thorn. IT! TVFO CESSATION of the in terest or diminution of the crowds that are taking ad vantage of the Reduction Sale going on in our Trimmed Hat Dep't An appreciative public are reaping financial benefit in ev ery purchase made. CHASE The lilleri PeckGo OP We made some big - deals during" the past week; hence the srreat values we have of- fered. he following items will indicate. j ; At $14.98, Baltic Iseal Coats, lined witli guaranteed satin. At .$23.98, Pine Near Seal Coats, hand somely lined. At $79.98, Fine Persian Xa nib Coats, large collar ana revers. At $59.98, Fine Near Seal Coaits, chin chilla collars and revers. At $9.98, Sable Fox Scarfs, two large tails. At $12.98, -Long Fur Scarfs, Isabella fox, large bush tail. At $G.98, Blended- iiblle Scarf At $3.98, Long.Black Bear Scai-fa, CHILDKljN'S fur SETS' in a variety'o? styles at low prices. HOLIDAY - UMBRELLAS. There is nothing to wait for in this line so far as our part is concerned. You never have seen so Jarge a stock as we have provided for "our holiday trade. Newspaper talk cannot do it justice-4there is nothing;, missing. Prices range from 39c to $10.00 each. -iA.;Mailhiot, 153 South Main Street BOYS' SWEATERS At cost before moving at 39c, 49c, 69c, and 89c, from 50c, 99c, 89c and SJ,25,. SWEATERS At cost also 39c, 49c 69c and upward. Prof Gaultar, Spacia is(. Thorough examination for diseases, refractive errors and muscle weakness. Holdfast for eye glasses. Eye water for weak eyes. , 43 EAST MAIN STREET, 43. , (Over 5 and 10c store.) This - Says that the sugar crop of the world for 1902 is 10.882.250 tons, -while tho omr, for 1901 was 9,030,31S tons. TIicso li cures nrove that our snc-fir will ho cheaper during the coming year than, during the past year. The average price of sugar during the past year was $4.90 a hundred. KELLY SAYS 17 Exchange Place that to milk in P-e sure 1 CiCud. 4iay a lstead nd hereafter he shall use of water in all his brend. and ask for Kelly's Milu C ONLON BROS. 142 TO 143 SOUTH MAIN STREET. Opp. SGOVILL STREET' See Our Mai mom water display IN SOUTH WINDOW. Our December Sale of WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY, Manicure, Toilet a h d Combination Sets, Shaving Sets, Smoking sets, Work Boxes, Collar and Cuff Boxes, Handkerchief and Glove Boxes. ALBUMS Flat and Standing, Musical and Plain. ... DOLLS Rag. Dolls, Kid Dolls, Jointed Dolls and Wood Dolls, From 10 Cents Up. Atomizers from 25c Up Wave Crest ware6i K PICTURES. " Medalions Oil Paintings, Steel Engravings etc. Ranging in price from 15 cents up. HANDKERCHIEFS Lace and Embroidere hand made renaissance hemstitched linen and silk initials, from 3 cents up. Silk Mufflers in white, black and fancies. BOOTS, SHOES and - SLIPPERS, ART GOODS of every description. y Table linen napkins and towels, tioisery, underwear, gloves, corsets. Silk and Satin Petticoats FLANNELETTE GOODS Muslin - Under weir. Infants' and Child ren's Ware. Pocket Books, Chate laines and Wrist Bags MEN's - Shirts, Glenn, Senater and Archzuns, . and Neck Wear Boys' Shirt Waists, Underwear and Gloves. We sell Rubber Goods lower than any one in Waterbury. 11 ii ij si Pi M N N M B M M M M i p H TUST the sort of an Overcoat you ' ougnt to nave to wear in sort ot j , . - . - ii weather like to-day s awaits you here. Not only will our kind protect you, but when pleasant days come again they dress you with more style than -any others we know of. 1-4 M tl u U h 10 to $45 V . ... - - 43 Center Street. tl n P n ii Tl V a i n St Si . B K BC 'iisiiiiiiiiig'iiiis'iiiiiiiiiisiiiiiiiiiie:! ;imiii!m!Bi!H:iii!arjf,;B:;ain:i!i1Viam Jones! Morgan & Company Arctic Weather Comforters for. the man -who walks or rides, or the man who ventures from his own fireside. Driving Coats and Ulsters, S15 to $30. Reefers with large ulster collar and pockets, $3,50 to $8.50, t Driving Gloves and Driving Caps that can be used walking, 50c to $6. Our kind of Sweaters, the InterCol'' legiate, S5. Others, $4 to $1. Wristers and Woolen Gloves from the celebrated "McGeorge" mills, Dum fries, Scotland, 50c to $1.50, I Muffets, 50c to $1.50. Jonsf Morgan & Company, A r-.u-f.a--i,uirt,tMf m rr.f. n"- t- - r ..aj: i: .- STANDARD CREDIT CLOTHING GO- (SPERO & ENGEL) 1 56 East Main St., Opp. Poli's Theater. Credit on For Man, Woman and Child On E Z terms of $1 per week Sf antfard, Cred it C lot fling Co. 156 EAST MAIN STREET. Opp, POLI'S THEATEK. CARVERS. CARVERS. NO NEED OF GETTING MAO AT THAT TURKEY IF YOU HAVE A SET . OP OUR CARVERS ON THANKSGIVING. KNIVES and FORKS NUTCRACKERS Etc Call and SeeCur Line and Get Prices. THB ,D. B;WILSON CO. 17 BJROAD WAY. Taking Their Daily Outing With a good, sae horse to 'Irixe would fare the ladles many doctors . fees. Fresh air is nature's tonic, and you get your ris from this stable. C D. PINNEY, scoViLlT. Horses given the best of care. ; : ; , CO We Have Moved to ast Main Street And are still taking orders for COAL and WOOD. Come, and see 'lis at the new location. ity Lumber and loalOom pany. ill irone Is completed (3S men at work Saliirv on main floor, basement and'Sidewut.i of that cno big store) and Dodge Is No w Selling Shoes and Kubbcr goods on South Main street (Center sli-eet store vacated to-1 day). Followihj, the example of Twnr Nicholas and E(hyarrt VII, Iho formal i t Crowning of Harry h as Slipper King will nat. take plnoeV til Wednesday nlglit at o'clock. Datch string of - ! DODGE is uow.ont at S-I-SG P-ontli M?in. j -A souvenir to every purchk-'k T.