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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1903.
if! X Because Our Furniture Is known to be very well made, many people Imagine that i our prices must be extrava gantly hign. , . It Is not so. ' True, we haven't any cheap furniture. Moderate prices prevail. And every dollar of cost goes into it for better wood, better . work, for greater ex cellencefor economy rather than extravagance. , a" n cj. fl. Burrail & Co, 60 BANK STREET. l UNDERTAKING-Night calls an ' sweredby C. E. Seymour, 184 Maple Street, 'phone; D. M. Stew ' art, 101 Franklin street; 'phone. Simplex Piano Player. WITHOUT DOUBT THE BEST Come in and hear it Nothing-better :in the mar- TflE'DijiGGs $ swrn CO. AO Center. Street. Telephone 33-3;"l Whcclock & Sterling PIANOS, Loir price on these pianos which are noted for their durability and sweet tones, for one week only. U. SOMEHBEBG PIfiBO CO, ' A. '.IV; , . ; SKINNER. r AT? , " ' 175 PANK STRftT, WATERBURY CT i MOTIVE 1 . The i Board of Belief of the City of Waterbury, will meet at their office in City hall oa January 8; 9, 12, 15, 10, 119,-22, 23, from 6, to 9 p. m.. and oa Saturday, January 24, from to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. to. . JOHN J. SlEFEN, JOIINHEAXiEY, E.,W. BlGGERSTAFF, l-G-3w ' . Board of Relief. Ilsw Bedford Escallops 40c Quart Long Island ' Escallops 30c Quart Large long Guilford Clams and a large Variety of Fish. FULTON FISH MARKET. 262 Cherry street: 'Phone 213-4. v FOR , RENT. , Two Choice Rooms, 2nd floor, Tlefney . Block. Inquire at Tiernej's Real Estate Office, 167' BANK.'. VILLE Undertaker, VFuneral Director and Embafaier. . Res!dence4i9 East Main St. Stores St. ' Patrick's - block, a 10 Broadway; ? : Telephone at stole and res dence. WAIT PAPER, s "Wo hare Just received a stock of Fall Paper and of the latest patterns. Orders promptly attended to. Paints, Glass, Putty, Brashes,' and also agent for Pan-American White Lead. O. A. Valentine9 s Tel 117-6. 64 Grand st ELECTRIC WIRING And REPAIRING We Carry the Largest Stock of ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Between New York and Bos . ton, " ': ; Hew England Engineering Co, B43WEST MAIN STREET. 25 Per Cent Discount On all bur Framed Good. " Good for January. Odds and ends left over from the Holidays almost giv en away at ... ,. . , . . PpllaksArt Store 145 Bank Street. As the, ?;rices on Mounnients aildUll, Cemetery work are sure to Advance about March 1, it will be well for you-to place orders for this kind of work with me now, and be, sure of getting 'good 'work at rea tonable prices. . r Mantels, Tiling Building work. Thos F. Jackson 312-318 BANIy SXKEET. Eame ' local ioivior 'iorty years. MUL Eventao democrat IBSUKO ur THE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY c. Malonst, Kncroa MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED . PRESS. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. OneYeiw ....85.0) - "On Monti. .W....43o Delivered by Carrier. ADVERTISING RATES. From One Cent a Word to fl.OOanlnotu Reading Notices 15o to 25c a Lf n$ FRIDAY NTJARY 23,1903. Every spring and fall large numbers of (birds are killed fbyr tle wAshington monument. The city of Washington seems to be directly" in the route' taken by many of the migratory birds in the flight 'between the north and the south, and twice a year thousands of feath ered songsters meet their death by flying against the tall, marble shaft in the night Hartford, Post Electricity Is plenty and cheap at present; why -wouldn't it ' be a good plan to .'light ue"?monunjent and save the birds ? - v 'Ewentr-flTe of Delmonlco's t men, Who were to serve, at : a reception an Waterbury, were taken Iby the striker pickets for men tarho had come to take the places of the striking trolleymen, The tmthusiastiet: pickets had a - hard time getting the Frenchmen to under stand the situation and much fun en sued for all but the waiters. It pugM to be time for some kind of a settle ment The business men of Water bury are doing all .they can to bring it atoout. They nave no Colonel Logie in Waterbury. Bridgeport Post No Colonel Ixgle, Mr Editor, but we have: colonels enough and: to spare. Notwithstanding the fact that one of them Is very, active in. th affair' . these aaya mere seems to pe so cnance or a settlement - In fact, 4t seems farther away since he took a hand in it," for what reason it Is hard 'jto say. And then,, again, if (he was not'ln it he would be on the city court bencn as judge, tout now being retained, as attorney for the company, !he is out of it and Judge Peasley is getting , the salary, and. im posing the sentences. The few trolley offenders that have been brought be fore Judge Peasley realize" that ; In the case of the Transvaal, says one (writer, in eipeaking of England's attitude toward the Boers, "they should have been in everyday generous in their dealings with the Boers, and care ful not to offend their sensibilities. They have managed to take exactly the opposite course. They haggle over the sum needed to effect some sort of resto ration of the ruined farms. They have cut off two districts, and added them to Natal, for no imaginable purpose except to shoiw how insulting they can be to their people. And, worst of alii they refuse to grant any general am nesty. Those ' Boers from the Cape Colony and the Natal, -who fought on the side of their countrymen, have been guilty of technical treason in tak ing up arms against their own sov ereign. The generals who finally sur rendered to the British, asked for an amnesty for this offense, and they got a kind of assurance that the govern ment would not make any trouble for them. But no amnesty Is to be had for them. They go about with the rope around their necks the rope that hung JRiel in 1867, and V would have hung Washington in 1778, if they had caught him. Their, farms are open to seizure at the Instance of any' greedy English man who ishould take the trouble and the odium of prosecuting them. Under British law even their children cannot irfherlt their lands." ' HEARD IN PASSING , Fofl coal is hard to get. Mr ltrckefeller is seldom referred to as Oily Gammon.: ' The crown princess of , Saxot.y lias achieved sufficient 'publicity to launch an actress on' the s.ea'of .fortune. Unless Colombia awakes to its op portunity promptly the isthmian ca nal will be built along the Costa Bican Nicaraguan route.. . The effect" of the Boer war is being felt in England in the increase in pau perism and the stringency 6f the times. War is waste" tinftl waste brihgs ' want A Japanese inv,eutor has discovered a compound 'Which-will remove natur al and artificial blemishes In-the skin. Birth marks and tattooing disappear after one application. v v.. It is said thatf the "present'yeftr will see a whiskey r famine, and prices will be doubled.: . It is said, there, is. only four million of gallons" pf seven-year-old whiskey 4n 4)ond, and the people of this country use seven or eight mil lions annually. t This will .scarcely be regarded as a public calamity. The following, marked "stolen," is published in a Missouri paper: ; "How dear to my heart is the steady sub scriber, who "pays" in advance at the birth of the. year! .who lays down his money, and does it quite gladly, and casts around the office a halo of cheer. He never says 'Stop it, I cannot afford It,' nor 'I'm getting more papers than now I can read? hut " always says 'Send it, the: family likes it; in fact, we all think It a real household need.' How welcome he is, when he steps in the sanctum, how he makes our hearts throb, how he makes our hearts dance. We outwardly thank him, we Inward ly bless him, the steady; subscriber 'tK'? pays in advance." A GOOD CAT STORY. : Mouse Hunt at the Stamford Show a - Clever Press Agent's Hoax. Stamford makes its bow to all press agents and points to the famous "mouse killing field trials" as a stand ard for their emulation. That is all the episode amounts to a press agent plot pure, but not sim ple, in which an imaginative . young man, aided and abetted ,by a group of clever women, hoaxed the country for a week, caused endless perturbation to societies and individuals, even started the wheels of justice revolving, and in cidentally obtained column upon col umn of advertising for the poultry and cat show which opened this week in Stamford. , The only cat ever designed to ap pear at the field trial, It is now known, is an automatic ' affair, bought at a toy store. The only mice are of choc olate, manufactured by a New York confectioner. Stamford is laughing, but some of the laughter does not ap pear to come from the heart, although) Mayor Leeds has announced that he will enter a black kitten of doubtful antecedents for the show. The denouement , came , . Saturday with the suddenness of a thunderclap. That was when a delegation of the Cat club called on the mayor to appeal for his official sanction of the trials. It was thought . , ''- They were headed by their presi dent." Mrs Homer S. ' Oummlngs, and comment was made that for women who were in favor of such a brutal exhibition they were exceedingly mer ry. Following them came several score of men arid' women, representa tives of the local Society for the Pre vention of Cruelty to Animals, repre sentatives of churches and others, to give the mayor support In his refusal to countenance the scheme.- - Details of the visit have hot been revealed,' but it is said that after the mayor had not only refused his con sent, but promised the full punish ment of the law, one of the, visitors smilingly took from under her coat the toy cat. '-''.:...;.;.'..-..,. -,- . "This is the only cat we ever in tended to put in the pit," she gurgled. "This is a mouse," supplemented another, producing the candy. Then there was general tittering. "You see, Mr Mayor, we "are very much obliged to you, but, you see, it is what they call, .1 tbink--er a press agent story to get advertising." Some of the supporting delegation stole soft ly from the room at this Juncture, and the visitors told the mayor singly and In unison how, when they were meet ing one night to devise sonie way of attracting attention to the show, Mrs Oummlngs bad said she just knew if they had a cat contest where their kittens could kill mice Tor a prize the country would - attend. . .The press agent heard, pondered; and the com mittee went into executive - session. The following day the announcement was spread broadcast and In a day more the wave of indignation from all sides had washed, the enterprise far up on the shore of publicity.; Then some of the committee got afraid, but the press agent met them and argued. They agreed to stick it out and kept the secret-- ,.-. "...'.:. -...,- That the scheme was successful was evidenced from the. outset Less than a day late John P, Haines of New York, president. f the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, wrote Mrs Cummings a letter, and newspapers, iboth local and distant, be gan to attack the proposed trial edi torially. The Connecticut society im mediately held a meeting and appoint ed committees to see that the law was not violated. Ministers from the pul pit on Sunday denounced It as an out rage. The Rev De Loss Love, head of the Connecticut Humane society, an nounced that he would leave no stone unturned, to prevent the sanguinary carnival. Mayor Leeds took up the cudgels and declared he would see that it -was stopped. . ' A wit among the mayor's backers suggested: "Let the women enter the ring against the mice, and give the' sil ver cup to the woman who kills one. That would be fair, and very good sport. Besides, the mouse is just as much' the natural enemy of the woman as it Is the natural prey of the cat", This ISA where the Stamford small boy comes in. He heard about this mouse-baiting contest a week ago. lie argued, and not Without point, that there could be no contest without mice. That meant that , mice had a market value. He would supply the mice and have money for valentines. . . Twenty small .tvoys argued the same way, and they have been busy day and night capturing mice and even rats. It is safe to say that never before were so many rodents held alive! in that mice-hating city. ;'' It was with visions c"f. fleethfg profits that the boys heard of Mayor Leeds's Interference. Two of; them met on a corner of the square. v- ' (' "How , many mice you4 got?" asked one. -. . . ', , 4 "Five, and three big I: wharf . rats. How many you got?" -S: "Got nothin.fi: but mice. but I've got a big box full." said the first boy. -"But what you think' about this mayor-business? Maybe they won't buy the mice after all.;' V '..; This bothered the , other youth for a minute. Then hft had an Idea, "Do JPT'WPftrt.'dor' he asked. What?" demanded the other eager ly. - ' V .. ! ;,'...' t.x "Well, If the women what are run nin' the cat ehow won't buy our mice we call take them around under our coats and turn them loose." - "What good will! that do?" ; i "You know :how scared women are of mice and rats," he explained. "Well there'll -be more fun in that est show when we turn 'era loose than there Is in five or six circuses." ; ' ; J'Say, I never thought of that," said the other boy, ".'Bet they'll give us something-not to turn the things loose, even if they don't have the killing." After this can. one doubt that the small hoy of, Stamford ! going to be a factor in the eat show?. Fuel was added to the flames daily by Frank Abbott, secretary of the poul try show. He announced the other day that he had been promised 2,000 mice for the contest He-snoke truthfully, they were ordered of the confectioner that day. The Connecticut Cat club was organ ized November 10 last. The president is Mrs Homer S. OummlngR: vice-presidents Miss A. . A. Marks. Mrs B. Hope Norton. Mrs Edward J. Brndv. Miss T. A. Youngs:- secretary, Dr Frank Ab bott; treasurer. W. C. Hovt; expcutlvj committee, Mrs'E. .T. Brady. Mi.E. D. Ferguson. Mrs William N. Travis and A. R. Hart . The , charter mem bers are Dr and Mrs Frank A. Abbott, Mr and Mrs E. J-. Brady, Mrs E. Hope Norton, Miss I. A. Youngs, Miss E. D. Ferguson, Miss Lillian Holbrook, Mrs Homer 8. Cummlngs, Miss Marks, Miss Lucy M. Marks. Mr and Mrs Frank Palmer, Mr and Mrs William N. Travis, Mrs Julius Copperburg, Mrs ChampUn, Fred M. Houghton, Clay, ton S. Purdy, N. R. Jessup and A. Rus sell Hart VIRGINIA ROMANCE. Groom Failed to Steal III Bride and Wm Finally Compelled t ' v . Amis. Papa. Because he. didn't, wish to ask the consent of the father of his intended, Mr. Burton, of Scottsburg, Va., waa put to a good deal of unnecessary trouble in tryixis- to have the inatri lb!tv.ial.knot tied; end at last had to adopt the usual mrs -in, such mat ters and ask for the hand of his bride. He got her and the two were married, but the red tape to which he said he objected had to be unwound just the same. .' ' . ' v :''' The young lady who becomes his wife was Miss . Henderson, of News Ferry. The young couple first went to South Boston last Sunday and asked JUMPED FROM T1IE PLATFORM. the county clerk to give them a license. This he declined tp do because.it, was the Sabbath. v Then they prevailed upon him to stay up until after mid night and issue the license. So. the prospective bride, and groom .went, to church to hear a sermon, during their visit. While this was in progress, how ever the father entered, took his daughter by the hand. and led her from the church. The wedding party meek; ly followed. , The next day the father and his daughter boarded the- train for home. Just before the time for the train, to pull out,, however, the young lady jumped from the platform. and ran to a buggy which had been provided by friends, the intention being to drive to North Carolina and there marry. But the father-; again proved that Jie was more than, equal to the occasion, captured his runaway daughter, and ' led her. back ),tb .the , "trainJV They reached home safely, and after a, few days consent was .given to the mar riage. The wedding, took place Wed nesday at Houston. The stern parent did not object to the marriage of his daughter, but he thought it was due him-that his consent be secured. MILLIONS 0? ; CR0W$. Maddened by Hnngrer, Greait Flock at Birds AittatckA LlTlns Horsea . nd ' CaKlfr. Crows to the estimated number of 5,000 are swarming on the mountain above Gulf Summit, Pa., feeding on the barnyards in the vicinity in the daytime and collecting at night In the trees on top of the mountain. v About dark these .birds, gather , in from the surrounding country . in myriads .and -the noise they make by their shrill "Caw I caw I" is' almost deafening. Frequently they alight in such vast numbers on the trees' that KILLED 175 IN SIX HOURS. ' v' " ' large limbs are broken ( under their tweight. , ' ' ' . . A few days' a go, a 'black, cloud of rthese birds was seen crossing the Erie railroad tracks wlien. the smoke of a passing engine " blinded theni. , They 'flew; lagainstv-the sides of the swift moving cars,, and persons who . . had watched the ''strange, sight counted nearly, 20t). crows that had met death. fcpattyof; six . Deposit Tiunters arme d .themselvete with.;. shotguns a few days since and visited the roost with the avowed intention of ridding it of the shiny, black i pests. . ;They ldlled 175 birds in six honrs,. but at the end of that time the diminution of the birds was not noticeable and the hunters retired from the mountain. In the late blizzard the birds,, mad dened by hunger, attacked cattle in the barnyards and were driven away jwith difficulty. The horse of a ped dler from Honesdaite was attacked on the highway near the state line and the peddler saved the steed by furious driving amd by throwing a bundle of sheepskins from his sleigh to appeas the hunger of the black horde. Germany Head the X.lt. In Germany one man in 213 goes to college; in Scotland, one in 520; in the' United ' States, one in 2,00b, and in" England, one In' 5,000.' HER PEARL NECKLADS: A. Wonderful Possession find How It Came. ' One of the young women who has been Introduced to society this winter is envied by some of her companions, who look, longingly at her wonderful pearl necklace. None of them has such "a beautiful pearl rope, for it Is remarkable even in a family of great wealth. But young as this girl is, the necklace is already an old story to her and she listens without Interest to the expressions of admiration which It aoruses. , , ' It .was acquired during a . period which began -when she celebrated her first birthday and ended only on the day she was old enough tos be Intro duced to the world. . Her mother deter mined that she should have a hand some string of pearls when she was old enough to wear them and every year she gave her daughter one toward the necklace. Her! father did the same. There was a certain monotony about such a gift year after year, but It was never varied. Childhood cannot be ex pected to take much Interest in these valuable gifts. But thev camp recti larly and the young-woman now pos sesses a pearl chain which would have been beyond the power of most persons to buy if it had been purchased in its present form'. New York Sun. TO CURE A COLD -IN. ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo-Qulnlne Tablets. This signature - on every box, 25c. A Sweet Stomach comes only by having a perfect-: acting liver and good digestion-., both can easily be had" by using Beecham's Pills Sold Everywhere-In boxes 10c and 38c JACQUES OPERA HOUSE ENTIRE WEEK, MONDAY, TAN 19. Matinees Every Day. ' .. 2 BIG EUROPEAN NOVELTIES, STEW-EVETO FA3ILV Germany's Most Sensational Acrobats. Franco Piper The World's Greatest Banjo Juggler. 6 BIG AMERICAN ACTS-6 , JOflK KERNEU The Irish Ambassador, and Others. Prices 10, 20, 30c. , Afternoons 10 and 20c , ladies 10c. OLI'S Tri EATER. FRIDAY EVENING, JAN 23. Daniel Frohman Presents Bertha Galilei rid. In Victor Hugo's masterful Romance; ". Entire production from Daly Theater, New York. Prices 25c, 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50. Sale of seats Tuesday, Jan 22. pOLPS THEATRbV SATURDAY; JANUARY 24, Matinee and 'Night. The Powerful Heart and Soul Play, The Power of the Cross Introducing the young Romantic Actor, GARLAND GADEN Prices 25c, 35c, 50c, . matinee 25c, children 15c. Seats on sale. Friday, January 23. ' pOLI'S THEATER. Y ty H MONDAY EVENING, JAN 26. Klaw & Erlang'er's Troubadours And-HARRY GILF01L In Harry B." Gfii'f oil's ilusical Comedy, The Giles From Madison Square Theater, N. Y.' trices 25c, 50c, 75c, $1, '.$1.50. Sale of seats Saturday, Jan 24. Removal Sale. $1,000 Worth of Umbrellas, Trunks and Bags, Dress Suit Cases at your own price. Our rent in our present location has been doubled, and to en able us to maintain our reputation "for good goods and small profits we -are compelled to get out. We don't want to move any more of our present stock than we can help, so have placed the prices at very low figures. "Sell cheap and sell a heap.", Every ar ticle fully guaranteed. Never mind how we sell at such prices;, you get them; that's sufficient. It will pay you to come to us. We can and will save you money this time. Umbrellas re-covered and repaired In best man ner. This Is the place. . , 179 Bank, corner Brand St. Waterbury Umbrella and Trunk MTr. Trunks and Bags repaired. Notre Dame. Liberty "Oh inst annthflr inh . " - ww. IJVU IVi ' U1V UUUVlVUUVlJ A little more work for tlie casket-maker," ' To take care of the competitors we are constantly killing off with our strenuous lines of Shoes. 7 . - The "Fitzu" and "Uncle Sam" Shoes make a strong pair that are steadily but surely beating down our competitors. Then again, when they try to go up against the "Ball Band" line ; of rubber goods; they soon find they are up against a proposition too strong to be successfully overcome. olbjr-Shemood Shoe Go. 114 south mm street. ; S!l!iniliraiW!Bltl!!EI!llllB!ll!!II!n!lli!Hll!IBIIIllHlin!a!ll M . Directory of t3 Hfl I API t QDtPIAI IvTQ H w n H IN WATERBURY x H IllllHlllllHlllllBlllllBlllllBIiaillllBlllilBllOiBII AUCHITECTS E. BENEDICT, Boom 36, 51 Leavenworth st . JIENEY & JACKSON, Room SO, 51 . Leavenworth st. From 43 E. Main st LEONARD ASHEIM, Room 25, Lewis building. Bank t lllIlnlJL-l ill i miii i i t? ELECTRICIANS GEORGE M. CHAPMAN & CO, . 43 East Main st DOCTORS B. J. DE VEU. M. D. 148 North Mam st dr r. a jones, flE:'8$- j Veterinary Surgeon, JSC' Res. 25 Johnson. Tel ' TEACHERS OF MUSIC CLAEA BIWEZUNSKI, Citizens' Bank building. ' DENTISTS J. W. MAHONY, 43 East Main street PTTTTRTJAT. TSTTl.'RnTOTIS - J. H. GRAY . & GO. 235 North Main street Funeral Undertakers. Telephone daj .-., or .night 'i . , i '(. SIGN ARTISTS EUOCKELJ3,:; - . n Kpnngr sx. Up-to-date sign work. f IADIES TAIJyORS FRANK DE FEO. formerly with Relu & Hughes, 70 Bank st Telephone. CUSTOM TAILOR JAMES H. CLINE, Prichard building, 1 corner Bank and Grand fits. , T0NS0RIAI ARTISTS ' GEORGE KLEEBER, 151 Bank st Over Jones. Morgan , &, Co. ' ' - "RT"R."nS Singing Birds and Goldfish at P. GKA- BER'S Bird Store, 1U4 s. wain bk. CARRIAGE MAKERS MANN & DERBY, Horseshoers, 16 .Brown si. RT?TP.-A-"R"R AC AND FURNITURE JOHN L. BAXU, . 2S7 Bank st CASH BUYERS WILLIAM POSSNEB, , ; 303 Bank st. Highest prices paid for, Cast-off Cloth ing. Send postal; will calL HALF PRICE TAILOR JOHN MOSEL, 24 Abbott ave. Repairing, cleaning and pressing 2a dies' and Rents' garments. RESTAURANTS OALLENDAR BROS, 188 South Main street ' ! HORSESHOERS W. M. DOYLE, 25 Jefferson street. BRASS BAND Waterbury Italian Band. Music for all occasions. Frank DeFeo. Mgr. TeU RIDYARD, TINNING, Plumbing and Ventilating. My Cy clone Ventilator and Chimney Cap has no equal. Prompt attention to repairs at 479 WEST MAIN. Send postal. PATENTS. Patents, Caveats and Preliminary Exam inations, etc TAMES A PEASLEY, 51 Leavenworth street. People's Market 21 Phoenix Avenue. S, BOHL, Proprietor Philadelphia Milk Fed Roasting ' Chickens, Capons, Brokers, Squabs, Ducks, Turkeys, Fowl, Newport and Deerfoot Farm' Sau sage, Head Lettuce, Celery, Parsley, Cress, Spinach, White Onions, Parsnips, Turnips, Green Beans, ' Bermuda Potatoes, Fresh Eggs, fnr thA nnriflrfalrpr UptoDate Umbrella ; Manufacturing Company . VT JMBRELLAS recovered and repaired while you wait. Best of materia J and workmanship. " i All wjjrk guaranteed. 39 Phaenlx Avenue, - Opposite Armoryr Hi rt I nt LINEN MAN known more nhnnt : Ttnan timn . -nwvav - ,M n V could learn in many years, but there Ii nobody on earth that can teach us any thing about tb care of linen, and how, to best preserve its -wearing qualities. We stake our reputation upon a slngla trial of our laundry work. A. J. COONEY, Prop'r, : I : 27 BANK. STREET. , '""lifisYou Why be troubled' with ,a leaking roof when you can get a new one rea sonably by seeing Charles P. Miller, " ' . w mxm....., .uvy) VQUQ" diet street; house and 'phone, ITS) Wal nut street; call. 148. PENMANSHIP IWholuy Teaches every pn.pn to write a fine mpld, business hand. In a course of 19 private lonons and no failure. All kinds of pen work executed la ; the fclgbes degree of art. v . r 107 BANK STREET. ' A Christinas Brer A delightful holiday draught.' The Hellmann Brewing Go's Special Dark M u n c h ner Beer will be on tap durinffthe holidays in. all the principal cafes of the city, Put up in handsome pack ages for home consumption Telephone 310. . ;.. . xVl . .1 ARTHUR G. AUGER Undertaker Embalmer and Fu neral Director. 874 SOUTH MAIN STREET ' . Waterbury, Cenn. Residence and Night Call, 3$ Weai Chy street. - OTelenhand 221-.1