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WATERBURY EVENING. DEMOCRAT MONDAY. JUNE 22, 1903. Bargain week. That's what people like to read about, and why shouldn't they? For instance: We have just one lot of eleeve ironing boards, the regular price of which is 25 cents each. This week you can have them . at 10 cents each at our store; they are the most service iable article you can bring into the jkouse nowadays. ' If you don't believe ,tia ask someone . who is. using one NuffsedV. Then, again, we have one lot Of Ugh't caps, different colors, such as the boys like to wear when playing ihnll or the . men folks wear while working in , tfhe. shop; in fact, we've seen ladies wearing them while taking an automobile ' dash along Broadway Now we are going ito sell these caps at '4 cents each , while they last, and they are worth 25 cents; therefore, you see we have bargains galore. But the ibest bargain of all is when you buy a pound of our " warranted 50-cent Tea and gt four bars of best laundry soap fwlth it" Then, again, our. 25-cent Batter is a bargain because other peo !pi are selling not as good for 28 and SO cents, therefore, rememwr iue u v gain s this week at : . Phelan's T Store. ,&2 East Main Street Telephone. Iery mi . 9 ' JL uxierv Gosnplste Una of Table Gallery. fJso a fins Line cf Pocket Knives, Scissors, etc, ; HAMILTON r HARDWARE G0RP0RAT011, ( . - (Successors to P. J. Bolan.j 90-94 Bank Street, . J 1 "The Shop" rpet Cleaning1 By an Entirely Mew Process. CLEAN your Carpets Clean and it costs no Inore than others charge. tia Lapalme-Hoffman Co ' 158-162 Grand St tf & thing is "the best." The fact that wa sell it answers that question. Phy eicians generally know this, and for that reason' our prescription business 13 large. .' IIUGEIIT'S PHARMACY ICbr Scovill and Soutlr Main Sts. Prof Coulter, Specialist. Established 1895. Thorongfc examination tor diseases, refractive errors and muscle weakness. Holdfast for eye glasses. Eye water for weals eyes. 43 EAST MAIN STREET, 43. V Over 5 and 10o store.) That Wedding Gift Which you 'are about to decide upon is .very likely contained In our stock of Jewelry, Silverware ! and Cut Glass PGaffaefJeMry Co f 2 Noaxa iiaik stbest. 'ftl'; JsverAsk t903 .'JUJjfi. 1903 jub. son. rm.' Tim: tsuft., " iki. sw. 7 8 10.ii :i2 ;13 -iu -i -- ' - ' - 14 15 16; .17 ,18 .19 20 1 22 ;23 25; 26 ,27 9ft 90' AO" ' ' " l .i : : . HOW TO DO IT You can rent that extra room In your house witfhouit your next-door neighbor knowing anything about it our adver tising columns afford privacy with publicity. . CITY NEWS Best bicycles at Youman'a. M. J. Daly has brought suit on a note for $100 against George W. Tuck er of Boston. Edward A Herr of Dartmouth col lege, 1906, is home for the summer sea son. : .... .. , There will be a meeting of the Retail Clerks' association this evening in K. of O. hall at 8 o'clock. The bureau of assessment will hear parties interested in the proposed lay out of Highland avenue to-night. , On account of the weather the me- orial services of the A. Ov H., which were seheduled for yesterday have been postponed until next Sunday. Mrs Mary Noonan, wife of Patrick P. Noonan. died at her home, 217 Woodlawn terrace at 4 o'clock yester day afternoon. She leaves1 besides her husband, five children, Margaret, Mol lie, Lillie, Helen and David, a mother, Mrs Margart Magner, and a' sister. Mrs James Dougherty: The funeral will be held at 8:30 o'clock to-morrow morning. - Assistant State's Attorney1 Kellogg has finally made up his mind Regarding the case against the ; boys who were implicated in a minor way . in the now famous Fabers switch case. He has informed their guardians. Attorneys O'Neill and Kennedy, that he will re quire the boys to be present in the su perior court to-morrow, when he ex pects to make some disposition of the cases..-' ' ' ' r Attorney Bronson has succeeded In locating Mrs Maud Keith, against whom it Is charged that she drew about $3,000 from the Waterbury Sav ings bank on forgeries? of her mother's name, Mrs Mary A. Chase. Both, wo men live in Thomaston, When the matter came to light Mrs Keith skipped this part of the country and ' fled to parts unknown. This however,', did not phase Attorney Bronson. counsel for the bank. He sot detectives after her and they have succeeded In locat ing her in Philadelphia, where she is now. held awaiting an officer to bring her here. ' The funeral of Maud O'Connor, the sixjytearold daughter of Thomas O'Connor of 1092 South Main street, took place yesterday afternoon, with entertainment in St Joseph's, cemetery. The bearers were Robert AicCormack, William Phelan, James Hartnet and Daniel Parker. The floral offerings in cluded a cross marked "Baby" and a wreath, lettered "Our Pet," from the family; wreath, Miss Hazel Snagg; cluster of carnations, A. W. Byars; bouquets, 1 Madeline Farney, Maggie O'Connell, Elsie and Mollie Delaney, Katherine and Margaret" Shannahan, Michael Moriarty, Ruth Scluoemehl, Lillian Harris and Hazel Sheldon. s The funeral of James O'Loughlin took place yesterday afternoon from his late home, 81 Railroad Hill street, with service at St Patrick's church by the Rev Father Gleeson and interment in St Joseph's cemetery. " The "bearers, all members of Court Stephen J. Meany, were Patrick O'Leary, Daniel Griffin, Michael Kelly, William Mul hern and Michael Carey. The floral tributes included a pillow from the widow of the deceased and a pillow from Court Meany. Among the out of town relatives in attendance were Mr and Mrs" Patrick Moore of Green field, Mass, and their daughter, Miss Mary Ellen Moore, a trained nurse at St Vincent's hospital, Boston. , Amateur photographers will be In terested in the news that a big fight is on between the Eastman Trust Co, man ufacturers, of cameras and photograph ers' supplies and a concern that has de clined to enter the trust. For years the Eastman people controlled the mar ket for these goods. Then an anti-trust concern started arid it seems to be doing reia rkably well. A few months ago the trust put out: a developing paper at a reduced price to knock out ihe anti-trust's goods, and now the lat ter has put a second paper on the mar ket. The result Is that both concerns have hundreds of demonstrators on the road. Some of them were here last week, some of them will be here this week and scores of them ar booked for local dates for months 1 to come. The fight Is now on for all it is worth and the amateur camera, fiend is reap ing the benefit. . . ... ' Mrs Andrew Gardner and son, James, of Piatt street, will leave for an extended visit to Scotland and Eng land on June 27. Saturday afternoon a number of lady friends surprised them and took possession or their home and .in' the evening their husbands and members of the Burns club joined them. Songs were rendered by Mrs A. Wilkie, Mrs Creighton, D. Murray, D. Mackle, R. Buik, W. Hodgkinson, W. Kennedy and others. Violin selec tions by H. Maton; graphophone selec tions by-Mr Blakeslee; Scotch dances by a Wiltkie; fortune telling by Mrs W. Forrest was an enjoyable feature. Recitations by John Callan, who also acted as prompter for the merry dan cers. Mr and Mrs Gardner as host and hostess, were a decided success. A substantial supper was served, those assembled wishing Mrs Gardner a pleasant voyage, and after "Auld Lang Syne" the party dispersed in the "Wee sma hours." An evening of enjoy ment to be long remembered. When you notice the attractions in the window of the TJpson Jewelry Co don't forget that they give only slight idea of the varied stock they carry. If you think . of getting a birth-day or wedding present it will re. pay you to call and look over their stock. Anything that you purchase at this store will have the fullest guar antee. The imarriage of Elizabeth Kilbride to James L. Henebry will take place at he Church of the Immaculate Con ception Wednesday . morning at 8 o'clock. In the New Haven superior court Friday, Lester M. Cornish of this city was granted a divorce from Marie L. Cornish by Judge Elmer. Statutory grounds were alleged. A kerosene lamp exploded last night at the residence of Mrs Flynn, 415 South Main . street. The department was called, but its service was not needed. There was no damage. A boy who said his name is John Flynn and his home situated at 240 Bishop street was taken to the police station in New Haven Saturday by Samuel Pinney who found him asleep in his barn. Mr Pinney gave the boy his supper and then got his history from him. While Captain Cowles was questioning him, he received word that he escaped from the county, home with a colored boy by 'the' name of Fred King. '7 V ' BARGAINS On Wines and liquors. Nothing but the highest grades and standard brands of bottled goods quoted on this list: IMPORTED. Hennessy's 3-Star . Brandy ...... $1.50 Henhessy's 2-Star Brandy ..... 1.25 Mumm's Extra Dry, qts . .... . . 3.00 M umm's Extra Dry, pts , 1.50 Pipn-heidcieck, qts ........ . . . 8.00 Piperheidsieck, pts. 1.5.0 Parunfhaler Rhine-Wine ....... 1.00 Taragona Port .75 Taragona Sherry , . . .75 Dekyper'a Gin (large) .-. 1.35 Dekyper's Gin (small) ........... .90 Plymouth Gin, Coaks . . ; 1.00 Burnett's Old Tom 1.00 John Jameson's Irish Whiskey. 1.00 Dewar's Scotch Whiskey - 1.00 DOMESTIC James E. Pepper $1.00 "Lewis's '66" .................... 1-00 Hunter's Baltimore Rye . 1-00 Wilson ..... r 1.00 Old Crow, Kirk's bottling ....... 1-00 Guckenheimer .......... ? ...... . 1.00 Fincb's Golden Wedding , .1.00 ' Free delivery. 'Phone 103-3. , JOHN J. SHEEHA 223 Soatli Main Stv Waterlmry. Moriarty oriel Callahan UNDERTAKING r - PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. NIGHT CALLS Answered ', over the store s next to Poli's theater Ring bell. Telephone. John Moriarty. - Edw. F.r Callahan. NO"., Wednesday g Saturday At this market ever lacks interest. For To-Moirow, Prime Rib Roasts, I2c lb Shoulder Roasts, 9c lb Legs Lamb, 13c lb Fancy Fowls, 13c to 18c lb Several others to interest you at - COR UNION & SO MAIN STS. Shoes That Hake Friends. for us are the only kinds we sell. We do not aim to be the only people sell-1-nsr crood shoes, but we rtp h nnlv store selling good shoes at such low prices. : There is not a piece of inferior work mnTishtD In any shoe In our stock. Whatever your wants In shoes may be. come here first and look over our low shoes. ' We shall be pleased to show them to you. . J'. IPiftf-a J 7 Exchange Place. GastMs. If mm We just wish to say that our JULY MILLINERY is perfection in style, appearance and weight, coolness not having detracted a a line from its attractiveness. I. CHASE 'Phone call 150. TheillerMckCo Summer Sale To Ligh ten Stock; I , Combinatioin of , clrcuoistances bias, re sulted to adranced1, prices la Carpets for iJhe cocmingj y season. Notwith standing this, we- are going to reduce our large stock itfbroughi tho mediuoai fa', CLEANING SALE f or the rest of this month. We find we h!av( too many goods to carry and . ; WE NEET THE MONEY, therefore we will give our customers the benefit- of our purctoases AT - LESS THAN PRESENT WHOLE SALE PRICES. ' Buy now for future needs Carpets will cost more next fall. INGRAINS, THREE PLYS, TAPES TRY BRUSSELS, BODY BRUS SELS, AXMINSTERS, WILTONS, ETC. A few' Misfit Carpets tat a bargain. Bring in your measures. , DRESS SKIRTS MADE. FREE. !T!he demand for Free Skirts surpasses all previous - records. ; - Get your or ders in early. Nine different syles to choose from1. .. - lailhiot's New Store Will ' be open soon with full line of Ladies' and Gents Furnishing 151 SOUTH MAIN STREET. Piano Bargains ' Before We Move. F. H. LEWIS & CI 22 NORTH MAIN. Wants to hire a middle aged woman to keep house on one of his Middiebury farms. A man and wife would answer the purpose. KELLY will sell you Pillsbury flour for $4.95 a barrel, if you give him an empty barrel. ELLY, The Baker mi Carpet CONLON BROS 3 142 and 148 South I il .'. Street. Closing" Stoc And STORE T O FIXTURE Rubbers and Rub- ber Boots. . Children's Rubbers 22c Child's Storm Rubbers 25c Misses' Rubbers 30c Youths' Rubbers 39c Boys Rubbers 43c Ladies' Rubber? , 39c Men's Rubbers 47c Child's Rubber Boots 85c Misses' Rubber Boots $120 Ladies' Rubber Boots , 1.39 Youths' Rubber Boots, dull finish ; 1.49 Youths' Storm King Boots IJ5 Boys short Boots 1.69 Boys' Storm King Boots 2J0 Men's short Boots 1. 98 Men's Storm King Boots 2.98 These are a!l first quality Banigan & Woonsocket Boots. , Come and get them quick while .at. these low prices. Wash Goods. At 5c, Pretty colored and White Lawns, 10c value At 6c, 10 and 12Ac dress :: Ginghams, large, va riety of colorings At 8c, Rich effects in pretty Lawns, from 15c 5c 6c 8c At I2jc, 19 and 25c Scotch Ginghams ' I2c At 12 4c, Pretty dimities, dotted Swisses and batistes . 12Jc At 25c, Rich Damask Waist- ings, from 39c and 45c 25c At 9c, Yard wide Sea Island Percales, . from 2$c 9c Wool Goods and Silks. 25 per cent discount off all wool dress goods and silks this week, or we will make garment free of charge for you. Take your choice. Out g0!rai!iI!:iil!S!!!!O!iIlffl:!!i:o;!!i!O:i!iiS!!!l!a;i!!!ra!ll!l!!!lB!!y SWTHETHER it's seashore.. li w ' "-yuu umsi nave uaps w iravei wiin. , ' , ll , The sturdiest of sturdy Trunks, and as handsome as they J are strong. $3.50 to $35. Suit cases with all the new ideas - worked . into them, jl $4 to $30. ' '41 ' ' : ' --ll "Grips" of evey known leather that's ever proven good, f l ij including horned alligator, from Hat Boxes $4 to $15. 1 Every other thing a traveler may need is here, includ- II ing things to clothe him from 88 to 96 South Main Street Jones, Morgan ' ' e Than w For your good wishes and . for braving the storm of Saturday evening, Despite the weather our first "at home" was a decided success, which prdved a friendship stronger than the fair-weather kind. The anticipations of an expectant public we've more than realized. Jones, Morgan ."MEET ME AT WE FURNSH HOMES.';'- ' ' All the Bis Things. ATI th T Jftf TM . And We Do It Well If you've never bougrM any housefurnishings in this store then. you've never patronized! the most accommodating and most enterprising store in, ..Waterbury. We are complete limsefurnlshers-we "do, it all." We begia witfh, the parlor and end with the kitchen. We supply the FURNITURE, CARPETS, .RUGS, DRAPERIES, STOVES. PICTURES, ! BEDDING, LAMPS AND EVERYTHING ELSE. We give you most for your money. EAS1TERMS TO ALL, If you don't wish to pay cash,'then we extend to you the advantages of! our easy payment plan. Pay as you make our acquaintance. BOSTON FURNITURE COi Gash or Credit. . . .' ' v FOR THE FOURTH, See our line of REVOLVERS, CANNONS, BLANK CARTRIDGE CANES, CANNON POWDER, THE D. B. "WILSON COMPAMY xicJ, lo AINU 1 Taking Their Dally Outing With a good, safe horse to drive would save the ladles many doctors' fees. Fresh air Is nature's tonic, and you get your rig from this stable. ' C a PINNEY, sco29st. ' Horses given the best of care. M Bergin & Sons UNDERTAKERS. and PRACTICAL ' EMBALMERS. The best equipped house In Connec ticut, with everything needed for the business to be shown In warerooros. from the plainest line of goods to the most modern. Experienced and gen tlemanly help 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. Bergln, 75 South Elm 'street, or District office, 5 East Main street, or at residence, 102 Walnut street. Telephone at store tX)3-4. at residence S33-2. mountain, or iust nlain r.nun-II ' 5? $3 to $30. i ' ' - II head to foot, except shoes. U 97 to 103 Bank Street n , sa n 8r Company. & Company, THE JUNCTION." wish weekly or monthly. Come and ... i You South Main, Scovill and BrooUtrests "AT THE JUNCTION" ' ? tSKOAD WAY. OXFORDS FOR ; ' ; . . ' Winter Wear There! . If that headinj doesn't bring sunshine and roasting weather I'll say Dodge is no prophet and should stick to selling shoes.; IF tha sun comes out, help yourself as well' as Prophet Dodge by choosing your Low: Shoes from the great shoe store, i' MEN'S. $4,00 "Ralstons." $3.50 ''Waterbury Boy." $3.00 4 'Dodges 3 D" 2.50 "Dodge's Special" $2.00 and $1.50. Choose your priced LADIES'.' . ' $3.00 "Dodge Specials." $2.50 "Nancy Dodge." $2.50 "Waterbury Girl." ' $1.50 "H. G. D. & Co." -. $1.25 "Dodge's." $1.00, 75c Big Shoe Stor South Main St.