WATERBURY EVENING ( DEMOCRAT, WEDNESDAY, APRIL L5, 1903.
DID YOU GET
your bumps yet? The trolley company
got theirs, the trolley strikers got
theirs, business men who ride oa the
cars are getting theirs, the people who
won't ride until the strike is over have
certainly lhad. theirs, and the city of
rwaterbury got theirs (from the outside
tewspapers), and now -the "cops' are
booked. Well, in all probability, the
brass-buttaned, blue-coated, stern
looking "cops" are to get theirs. WVn.
We can't find fault as to their size, be
cause there are Ug, tali fellows as
" . ,,. I'll. 1 J-1. TIT i- tlQ
well as snorues itne rauer
hammered downs). They can't be
charged witih not being on hand when
"wanted because they are not built so
bs to be at the four corners) of their
beat at any one particular minute.
They can't be charged with not patro'i
' ling the beautiful, shady, well-made
sidewalks and the delightful drive
ways in '"Hamilton Park." No. and
it will be the deuce of a long time be
fore they'll be needed in the said park
unless some good eitizeii opens his
pocketbook and heart. Say, the only
charge the "cops" can be convicted on
is if one of them should opea-' his
mouth and say there are any baseball
players on the force, the guilty ones
.in such a ease could , he dropped with
out a hearing, because tlhey could be
proven Insane in ten seconds.- As for
baseballs, gloves, mitts and bats we
Swive a full line -and this week yon
r-hno with ono nonncl
of our warranted good Tea at 50 cents
per pound. A few of ; our handsome
Easter Souvenirs;. left and one to' each
purchaser , of Tea cr Coffee at
Phelan's T Store.
dairdeia - Seeds, - ..Mower Seeds, ,
rianet Jr, Seed Drills, Extra'
Quality Lawn Seed. .
The famous Essex Lawn Dress
ing. Lawn Mowers -a full line
of- Lawn Mowers. 1 -
A large and "', varied assortment
of up-4x-date Fishing Tackle, Ma
cfhinlsts' Tools, Carpenters' Tools,
Garden Tools of all kinds.
'Agricultural Tools of all de
-': Hardware Store,
; 90-94 Bank Street.
We Haye opened Our new
With an up-to-date stock
of Ingrain. Tapestry, Vel
vet and Brussels Car
pefs, Chinese and Japa
nese Mattings, Grass
Cloths, Linoleums, Rugs,
Prices are' as low as
good goods can be bought
The Lapalme-Hoflman Co
Is the surest remedy In the world for
making pure blood, strong nerves and
a nealthy stomach. - It drives all the
impurities from the system and. keeps
them out. There is no excuse for.pa!e,
half -sock, tired-out men and women.
Take this good medicine and get well.
We have it at 50c a bottle. , .
liUULHI O rnHHIUHUI
Cor Scovill and South Main Sts.
On and after April 10th,
at Popular Prices.
Sewing Hachines a n d
Supplies at reduced
G. SIEBERt & GO, 78 Center St
. Office Tel 205-S. House, 323-4. "
.' '" Before you - purchase . your
.: Easter gifts come in' and look
'" ; - over our line of , Sterling Silver
V , Novelties, Cut Glass, Rosdry
Beads and Chatelaine Bags.
THE Gaffney Jewelry Co
; 2 NORTH MAIN SXBBST.'
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5 6 8 9.ToTT
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The funeral of Mrs Annie Carey will
take place to-morrow morning at 8:30
o'clock from the family residence on
Broadway stables, Joseph Mori arty
proprietor, is making boarding a &pe
icialty. First cla.sk accommodations
$20 a month. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Special forecast for Connecticut:
Rain to-night; Thursday rain in
north, clearing in south portion ; high
nortlheast wind, becomiing north to
There was no city court to-day.
Complaints against James. Riley for
breach of the peace and intoxication
were nolled, the trouble being a family
row, and against Daniel Deaney.for
intoxication. , . ,J- ' '
Go to Concordia hall to-night and see
the remarkable man A. J. Frechette,
"hypnotist and the remarkable and as
tounding feats performed by people
under his spell. An up-todatef,vande-ville
show will be an accompanying
feature. . J ''' . .. "-'.'... , , ;,;
To-morrow will be the first anniver
sary of Grieve, Bisset & Holland's
opening, and to celebrate the event
they are going to have a big sale'. Cus
tomers who, have been with '.them the
past year as well .' as ' everybody else
who attends and gets the,! benefit of
sale prices,. will certainly be with them
for another year. ....... r
The funeral of Asa C, Peck took
place yesterday afternon from his late
home on Park avenue, with, service by
the Rev Dr Anderson and interment in
Riverside cemetery. The bearers were
C. H. Rockwood, E.'T. Root; IX. W. Ati
wood, C. B. Webster, N. W. Green
man, A. I. Goodrich, Judge Charles W.
Gillette and Lewi Beardsley.
, A high wind and heavy rairi made up
rather disagreeable weather last night
and things were not much better to
day. Umbrellas were of but little use
about town and many who started out
this morning well provided with such
protection against rain got them turned
into various shapes , before reaching
their places of employment.
''..Mrs Mary Daly, wiife of Jeremiah
Daly, died last night, at her home, 15
Eflnieraild street. Besides her huiSH
iband she leaves five Children. The
funeral will take place at 9:30 o'clock
to-morrow morning with a mass of
requiem at the Immaculate Concep
tion church and interment in Calvary
'cemetery.' -A . . ' :-: '". :.;'
An. unusually large and select gath
ering is already assured for the closing
assembly given by the members of
Professor Bailey's school of-dancing at
Leavenworth hall, Thursday evening,
April 23. These semi-annual dancing
parties are looked forward to by pupils
and their friends with much pleasure
for they never miss having a royal
V Leavenworth hall will be ' the scene
of a merry event to-night, when the
promenade of the Merrimac Base Ball
association will take place. A large
number of. tickets has been sold and
there promises to be a large attend-v
ance: Fine music will " be furnished
for. the dancing. ,The committee in
charge consists of Michael Slavin, Jere--mlah
Ring, William G'.ient,' James
Hayes and Thomas Driscoll. .
The police commissioners of New
Haven last night voted the sum of $50
to reimburse a police officer who em
ployed an attorney to defend a suit for
false arrest, .which was lost by the
party who "brought it. This Js oflocal
interest at this time, as Police Officer
Walsh, who last night was declared
not guilty of charges brought against
him, was defended by an attorney, who
undoubtedly will charge somebody for
his services. '", v
The funeral of Mary Woods took
place this morning with a mass of re
quiem at the Immaculate " Conception
church and .interment in ' S, Joseph's
celuetery. The bearers 'were 'Clarence
Claffey, Jeremiah Barry, Frank Egan
and Francis Kelly. The floral tributes
include a large bouquet from Sarah
Phillips, Ella Duffy. Mattie Jy, Tellie
Hanley, Nellie Tracey; bouquet, Mrs
James, Claffey, Loretta Claffey, Mollie
Farley, Teresa Martin and Annie Toal.
' Among the cases that will , come be
fore the present term of the superior
court the following are of local inter
est: . Walter L. Frisbie vs Perry C.
Morris et al, plaintiff's appeal; Robert
K. Brown vs the city of Waterbury,
defendant's appeal; James J. Geary vs
the city of New Haven, defendant's ap
peal; the J. B. Owens Pottery Co vs
the Turnbull Co, defendant's appeal;
the Dime Savings bank vs Paul Mc
Alleney et al, defendant's appeal.
One of the most delightful dances of
the week will be the annual subscrip
tion dance of the Scorcher Athletic
club, which will be held in Leaven
worth hall to-morrow night. Faul
mann's orchestra will furnish music
for dancing. Before the dancing a con
cert will be Tendered. Nearly all of
the tickets, which were limited, have
been disposed of.
Will anybody protest against the
proposed change of grade on Prospect
and West Main streets is something
which will not be officially known un
til the parties have had a hearing on
the matter. The cflanges were asked
for by the hotel company and the
board of public works Is of the opinion
that the work ought to be done. If it
is not attended to before the new hotel
is built the place will have to remain
as it Is forever. About the only ob
jection anybody can offer is the likeli
hood of having a few handsome trees
having to come down.
This is the season when
'tis said- the "young man's
fancy - lightly turns to thoughts
of love." Well, how about the young
lady, who has occupied, your thoughts,
and who Is wondering when you will
you know the engagement 'ring, my
boy the ring that precedes the ring of
the wedding bells. The Upson Jewelry
Co has a large assortment from which
to select , ;
American band promenade at City
hall Friday eventing.
All members of the First division,
A. O. H., holding combination books
are requested to attend a meeting at
their hall to-morrow evening.
Supernumerary Joseph Connor has
been granted leave 6f absence from
April 14 to October 1 by the board of
safety. He goes away to play ball."
The Berlin Iron Bridge Co has fled
to the supreme court of the country for
refuge in the case which has repeated
ly been decided against It by the su
perior court in favor of William Bren
nan. This is supposed to be the court
of last resort. The case has been in
court about eight years.
NORTH MAIN STREET MAN,
Complains Because His .... Neighbor
Hitches Team Near His Store.
A North Main street man .called at
the police station this morning and in
quired of Chief Egan what he could do
to prevent his neighbor from keeping
his teams constantly standing before
his store instead Of his own in the
next block. . He said he went to take
the team away, but the owner told him
not to put a hand on it or he would
break his face. The chief said he
would; send an officer there to speak to
the man about' it and that if that
didn't have the desired effect the ag
grieved party would have to see the
prosecuting attorney. . There is a great
deal of trouble' Cil ' over town about
such matters aS (this! Not long ago a
collector hitched his horse in front
of the door of a prominent family and
started off to collect his bils. The lady
who owns the house where the horse
stood didn't like the Jdea of having the
collector's team standing at her door
and unhitched the animal and tied it
to a fence farther up the street. When
the collector returned he kicked up a
big fuss about it and learning who 55l
it he called upon her" for an explana
tion. He didn't stay long on the inside
however, the woman giving him the
bounce and telling him as he went to
hitch his horse in front of some house
occupied by people who do business
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PRESENT FOR FATHER SHEEHAN
Remembered by His . Friends in East
. Hartfprd -Lastiight. - u
The Rev John H Slieehahj,, assistant
priest, at St Patrick's church, went to
East Hartford yesterday, where he was
tendered a reception last evening in
Comstock hall by the Social Circle
Catholic of St Mary's church of which
he was formerly assistant pastor. It
was the occasion of the third annual
assembly of the Social Circle Catholic
but a part of the evening was devoted
to the reception. In behalf of his f or
mer, parishioners the Rev Father Dug
gan presented to Father Sheehan a
purse of $432,35 as a token of their ap
preciation of .the earnest and zealous
manner in which he performed his du
ties while laboring , in their midst.
Father Sheehan responded with a few
appropriate remarks, i in the course .of
which he-expressed his heartfelt grati
tude f or this remembrance of him by
his former parishioners and said that
he would always cherish fond mem
ories of the people of St Mary's parish.
ANNUAL VISIT AND INSPECTION
Nosahogan Lodge Entertained Out 'of
Town Officers Last Night
,; The annual visit and inspection of
the officers of the Grand lodge and the
grand encampment officers was paid to
the Odd Fellows of Waterbury last
night. The members of Nosahogan
lodge entertained the officers last night.
A delegation of the members met the
officers at the -depot After they had
been escorted to the hall they had the
pleasure of witnessing the exemplifica
tion, of the first degree upon ten candi
dates by the degree team of Nosahogan
lodge. The work was well ilone under
the direction of Degree Master James
Johnston and was tbe subject of much
favorable comment from the grand offi
cers who were present (-The hall was
crowded with members of the order
from this city;'' Merfden Southington,
Naugatuck-, Torrington and Thomas
ton. - During the evening selections
were rendered by a chorus of twenty
five voices. . ,
: About 11:30 adjournment was taken
to the 'banquet hall, where an appetiz
ing feast was served. Many speeches
were made and there, was a general
jollification. :It was a gala occasion.
' The grand officers of the Grand
Iodide who were present were as fol
lows: Grand Master James A. Carpen
ter of Torrington, Deputy Grand Mas
ter? F. R. Upson of Southington, Grand
Warden C. S. Davis of Niantic, Grand
Secretary Frederick Botsf ord of New
Hiven, Grand Treasurer William H.
Mfirigold of Bridgeport. Representa
tives to Sovereign Grand lodge, Ralph
G. Blakeman of Shelton and William
S. ' Hutchinson of South Manchester,
Grand Chaplain Rev Charles H. Smith
of Plymouth, Cr.and . Marshal S. W,
Challenger of Bridgeport, Grand Con
ductor Philip Pond of New Haven and
Grand Guardian 2. G. Hurlburt of
The grand encampment officers pres
ent were as follows: Grand Patriarch
Marcus L. Reynolds of Bridgeport,
Grand High Priest N. J. Bailey of Der
by, Grand Senior Warden Walter Pond
of New Haven, Grand Scribe Frederick
Bptsford of New Haven, Grand Treas
urer and Grand : Representative Wil
liam J. Berbes of Stamford, Grand
JVmior Warden E. F. Weston of Hart
ford and Representative to Sovereign
Grand, Lodge D. M. Davis of .Water
bury. NO RACE SUICIDE HERE.
Irish Couple Arrive With Ten Children
One Set of Triplets.
New York, April 15. Ellis Island
officials received an object lesson
against race suicide yesterday in the
appearance among the passengers from
the steamship Furnessia of James and
Susan Boyle with" their family of ten
children, aged respectively 3, 4, (, 7, 7.
7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 years. In addition
the Boyles have buried in Donegal, Ireland,-whence
they came, four .other
children, two sets of twins. Boyle is
40 years old and his wife is 32. They
are .going to Freeland Pa, where they
have relatives. 'Although they were
sent before the special inquiry board
for invetsigatlon, they made such a
good showing of their ability to care
for themselves and children they were
permitted to piweed to their destina
tion by an afternoon train. .
THE M'I""OY BENEFIT.
City Hall Should Be Crowded To-night
Jnhn MrTCvrvv U blind and may never
be . able to see again; and that is one
reason why everybody wno possesses
good sight or who can see even the
smallest bit should give his or her
sympathies to' this former popular me
chanic. He never was found wanting
when it came to do an act of charity,
and that is another reason why the
returns to-nignt snouid oe uouDiy
large. , If you mnot attend you can
send around a subscription, and it will
help to swell the fund for his benefit.
There is not a Forester in the city who
should not contribute something, and
no doubt, the majority of them have.
There will be a corking good entertain
ment, too, and you will be more than
satisfied if you attend this evening.
All having, tickets can return them or
the money to-night at the box officer
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS.
Genuine Closing Out Sale.
25 Per Cent. 25 Per Cent,
REDUCTION SALE OFlFUItNITURE
For cash or 30 ' days', credit only
Twenty-five 'thousand dollars worth of
nice, new, clean, up-to-date Furniture.
Every piece in our immense store(o
floors) is marked in plain figures. We
will positively deduct -25 per cent or
ttio vBffnior. .!Q nf each ana
every piece of Furniture in our entire
stock. The sale will be couu
with absolute honesty.
Positively no goods reserved.
quibbling anywhere. The .25 per cent
...u-uui. win uc lair au -
never misrepesent in our ; advertise
ment. ; - ..
' SPECIAL CARPET SALE.
NEW SPRING GOODS. .
t. . i KOn -ner vara;
ug.iaius xsest au woui, w - ,
best -wool, 49c per yard; best ya-wooi,
39c per yard. ,
Brussels . Carpet Best quality
fiva fra nevt goods,
just arrived), 98c per yard. ;
a gooa quality Brussels uaryet.
per yard, Made, laid and lined..'
ssee them in our window.
WALL PAPERS. ,
Twenty -five per cent reduction on the
entire spring stock of Wall Papers.
Big discounts on everything in our IniT
mense stock. v A genuine clearing-out
sale. . , -
THE L. F. HAASE COMPANY,
i 27 AND 29 CENTER STREET.
HOW'S THE GARDEN
getting along this w,eather? Done
anything yet? Look over your
stock of tools and: see if there
isn't some little thing lacking-:
perhaps a ';hoe, rake, f ork or
spade. You're certainly short of
good, fresh; tested garden seeds,
while our .stock is brim full of all
the best kinds that -money can
It you have a minute to spare
run in and let us talk to you about
our "Iron Age'' wheel hoes. If
you can't come In, drop us a pos
tal and we'll mail you all the cata
logues you want. ,
Waterbury Hardware Co.,
' ', ' ' 't
See Our Prices on
Cuts of Bee
Because They Are
The popularity of our shoes shows
no decrease. The new spring and
summer styles are arriving daily.
They are the shoes above all others for
street wear and dress occasions. This
line we offer at prices varying trom
$1.50 to $5.00 per pair for men, and
from $1.00 to $4.00 for women, and
from $1.00 to $3.00 for boys and girls;
are by far the best that can be found
within the limits of this county. The
most fastidious dresser will find them
right in style.
IB. J. IPii-ti-fl
1 7 Exchange Place.
is an old theme, "yet 'tis ever new,"
for our line (is constantly changing,
each day findiing on our counters some
new creation in the way of
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S HAT
Our aim in this department is and
will be to show vetry shape to AVhich
fastoion has ; given flier stamp . of ap
proval, thus Tiot only making it pop
ular to seaect from diirectly, but, too,
making it a source from which those
wishing an order hat, ideas may be
gathered as to combination and ar
rahgement of trimmings.
'Phone call 150.
The Miller& Peek Co
At Very; Attractive Prlcss For a
At 35c, Line of colored tatfeta
lining silks, , all shades and
black and white.
At 49c, Black Taffeta, guaran
teed to wear, extra bright
At 49c, 25 pieces Satin Foulard,
twilled in new patterns. v
At 59c, Fine cheefcs and stripes
in larreta and Louisine.
At 59c, 21, inch Black Taffeta,
guaranteed to wear.
At 59c, 36 inch Habutai ?iik in
white and brack. v ,yy'
At 69c, 24 inch Bengal, Pongee
in white arid black, full line
of colors. -
At 75c, Colored Taffeta, guaran
teed to wear. ' .
At 75c, Changeable Taffeta , all
the new combinations.
At 75c, 24 inch Crepe de Chine.
At 89c; High grade colored Peaii
de aoie, !
At 98c, Yard wide Black ...Taf
by wajiting for tlie GRAND OPEN
ING of , A. MaiThiot's new store on the
old site. We shall make a specialty
of MEN'S FURNISHINGS, having se
lected a choice line, and would sug
gest to all oTir old : friends that by
waiting' a- short time it will repay
theon, as wTe will certainly 'offer 'great
"biuot . . . , ' l V fl i
I53 South Maid Street
; -i - it- -'y.--
Prof Coulter, Speciaiisf.
ThorougU examination for diseases, refractive
errors and muscle weakness. Holdfast for eye
glasses. Eye water for weak eyea.
.' 43 EAST MAIN STREET. 43.
i , (Overoand lOo store)
That Warner's Eggs have
dropped two cents a dozen
and Gostien Creamery Butter
has dropped two cents a pound
at Kelly's to-day. No New
England Bread genuine unless
KELLY, THE BAKER
Are printed on trie wrapper,
To, the Man
who wants. anore than a mere waterproof garment when buying a
Raflncoat we would say, come and see what skilled cutting and good
tailoring can do .with. "Craven ette" cloth.
Two new lines liave just arrived to be added to our already large
collection. One is a black and wibite cheviot, and the other a home
spun, both made with belted backs and as tony garments as ever
were meant for wear in rain or shine. They retail respectively for
$20 and $25. i '-''-
Many otlier kinds and style?, but all -of "Cravenette" quality and
"Rightly-onade," ' ' , ? ' ; ' ' x . : Vr
97 to 103 Bank Street.
Jones, Morgan & Company.
FOR APRIL SHOWERS.
"Cravenette" rain - or - shine coats that
lead a singularly good double life. '
Waterproof for rainy weather; a long
stylish Qvercoat for pleasant weather.
''Gfavenettes" $5 lto $30
"Bostonettes" $10 to $15
"MEET ME AT
We lead wiMi the largest and'best s-tocked ilioufurnisTiing establi's-li-mentiu
hla part of Coiimecticut. Ttbis is a'fa;ct. If you doubt it. make''
coirnparisons. : , y., ' ,V;' ' ." . ' ' '.,' ' '
THE "ODD RELIABLE FIRM" IX ITS NEW MAMMOTH WARE
ROOMS, WITH THE ALWAYS-NEW IDEAS IN HOMEFURNISHINGS.'
. Eacth siicceediiiig season mere firmly establishes the Boston -'Furniture'
Co as a reliable liouse. TJiat our buy ers ;know what the "public want and
;tba we :liaye it is a fact brought fore ibly to the mind of every customer
No exaggeration no mdsleading. b ut a positive truth, that wW now Have
spring trade theanosfc attract a ve toncful of Homfef urnishlngs arf
'FURNITURE, CARPETS, CROCKS RY, RUGS, DRAPERIES ' LINOLE-"
I UMS. OIL OLOTiHS, LAMPS, CLOCKS', ETC, AND THE FAULT-'
t LESS "HOUSE HOLD" RANGE. .
' Came and look iand compare.' : ; -
BOS TON -FtJRNIJJLlRE CO.
Cash or Credit,
lishmln v10-06 aon-Price Home Outfitting Etab
BA5E BALL SUPPLIES
BasT?Ta4! CLUBS should get our PRICE and SAMPLES on
SUITS before ordering. We can . SAVE you money,
BATS, BALLS, SUITS, STOCKINGS, SHOES, Etc
SHIRT, PANTS, BELTS, STOCKINGS, CAP.
THEv D.;B- -.WILI
l3l5 17 BROA D WAY.
Taking Their Dally outing
With a good, safe horse to drive would
save the ladies many doctors' feei
Fresh air is nature's tonic, and you get
your ris froii this stable.
C D. PINNEY, scost.
Horses given tne best of care.
M Bergin & Sons
Tbe best equipped bouse in Connec
ticut, .with everything needed for tbe
business to be sbown in warerooms.
from be plainest line of goods to the
most modern. Experienced and gen
tlemanly belp to attend to your wants
day or night. Modern Hearses in
black and white; rubber tired Hacks;
rubber tired Ambulance on, call. Night
calls answered by Thomas P. Bergin,
75 South Elm street, j or District ofiice,
5 East Main street, or at residence,
102 Walnut street. Telephone at store
U03-4, at residence 333-2.
15 to S3 O
outh Main, Scovill and Brook S tresis
eveiy man war a
a "3D" or some other Dodge
ty? Did every woman don a
or a "Waterbury Girl" on that
day? (Sun shone as Dod?e prophe
sied). The throngrs w'ho filled our store
and 'saiKisbed all Easter records for
the Saturday ami week made Dodge
think he SHOD THE CITY. Some of
you put it off and felt mean with,
your new baits and suits and the old
shoes. Wednesday rilight (or better
tiil, any time in the da v) is YOUR
OPPORTUNITY. Have next ' Sunday's
attire complete. Bring in the chil
e-9 G re at
84-86 South Main St.
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