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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY, .. JULY 23, 1903.
A V Urider-Prlcetf Go Carts A fortunate purchase hables us 'to Bell a limited number of the beat made (Heywoo'd Bros & Wakefield) GO-CART, at '., the following prices: Regular price. $25 7 $23 $22 $20 $18 $18 Cut price. $19.75 $13.75 . $17.75 -$14.75 , $14.75 ,$12.75 , All new, fresh and clean. Auto gears. Broadcloth and cor duroy linings. Green lined par asols. This season's carts. First comers get the plums. J. H. Burrail & Co 60 BANK STREET. UNDERTAKING Night calls an swered hy C. E. Seymour, 164 Maple street, 'phon' D. M. Stew art. 101 Franklin str'1 'phone. Pianos for AIL ; t Local Agents for - KnaW Kewby and tans, Monroe, , Stack. Poole, Howard, tiers and Pond, Fischer, . Capen. We always have bargains ta second-hand Pianos and Organs ' ; THE DR1GGS 4 S11TH CO. 112 Bank St, Commercial Bldg. ' i Telephone 733-3. , ORGANS We hare a large stock of second-hand Organs -which you can have at your own price. , ; ORGANS' From $5 Up. II.SDHIIEHBERGPIAHOCO; 175 BANK STREET, WATERBURY CT. 0PPEI1HEIMER - INSTITUTE '; . ' . Of New York. ' .' Waterbury branoh : 58 CENTER STREET. . Hours 8 a. m. to a. p. m. flaliy for. the treat . rieat of all case of IT.COnftLlSM 1KB DRUG ADDICTIONS BythtOPPBNHElMER aethod-V FaUot tretdrlvately and allommttalea tiCBS ewlotly confidential. , Spftdlal appolttments If desired. . ; J. H. MULVILLE Undertaker, Funeral Director and EmbaJmer. ' . Residence, 4 $9 East Main St Store,, SL Patrick's block, 110 Broadway. , . Telephone at stoie and res- dence. ; - '.-t :; ' . ,;f. A GOOD HORSE attached to an up-to-date carriage, and your wife, who needs an outing, besldt froa, will :ake you feel good and may save doctor's bills. It not married take somebody's daughter whom you know you woold like forka wife. Go to LOUCKS STABLES. u fiPttWG STREET. "PHOMfi lH-1 I Fan TC6tbrs; A Fill! Stock of Every Kind, Hew England Engirieering Co. 843 WEST MAIN, STREET. Furniture arif Piato Poltsft Picture arid Room Moulding, Gold Enamel, Varnishes Mixed Palntt Wall Paper, Wax, Glass; O. A. Valentine's Tel 1176. i C4 -Grand st - Swordflsh. Bluefish. Sea Trout , But terfish, Fresh Mackerel, Long and Round Clams and Lobster. Visit our-Meat department, 258-262 Cherry st. Phone 213-4. FULTON FISH MARKET. 262 Cherry street. 'Phone 213-4. FfOR RENT. Two Choice Rooms, 2nd floor, Tieroey Block. . Inquire at ; 4 V," Tiernej's Real Estate Office, 167 BANK. I HAVE AT PRESENT a number of contracts lor tiling bath rAom in old residences which are be ing renovated. If you intend to build, a new house or ' fix over au old one this summer, don't fall to get estimates from me on ,. Glazed, Vitreous and Rubber Tiling, , for bathroom, . vestibule kitchen or any other room where a neat and dur able floor is desired at a minimum expense. - - ' , . , . . . ": -: Thos F. Jackson Successor to Cnarieg Jacksoa Ct C?n. 812-318 BANK STREET. Established 1S59. Svening democrat ISSUED fiT THE DEMOCRAT PUBLISBJN6 COMPANV C. Malonst. Editos. , MEMBER OP ASSOCIATED PRESS. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year Sis Moaths.... .85.60 . 8.60 Three Months -... 81.25 006 Month 43 Delirered to any Part of City. TBtPRSDAY, JtJLY.23, 1D03. The WiBcon&ln Outing 0ub will vis it the world's fair la 1904 in ten hotel care. The cars are capable of aocomr modatlias 25 porsona each. . The club will live during: its stay attho fair in the hotel cars, "which will be aido tracked close to the exposition, grounds. For this purpoise the clulb will buM its own spur of trackL Bnglaud has a -nost Abfeurd Jealousy of Mr Morgan's new e-htpping trust, as though i were meant in some way for the bemefit of A'mrica, writer a fetaff correspondent of a Kew ,Yor2 paper; It la as dsrtlt(ute of auy patriotic char acter or purpose a Is possible. Its pro moters entered upon it chiefly for the better evasion of the laws- we' have for the regulation of railroad traffic through foera'genabled to make contin uous contracts for. carylug grain by laud and water to Brltis'h wharves They do toot even want to have our registration opened to the ships they have 'bought They do not want to have new ships todTlt in American ship yards. They simply want to make a jbig profit out of their investment, no matter what country prospers. But "John Bull" feels a!bout the sale of Britlh lines to "these Yankees" as he felt about the proposal, to strip Blen heim of the heirloom whicH date from th'd days of iMarliborough. His flag still flies at the m'asthead of every ship thus purchased, but some-how 'his pres tige la damaged by our intrusion into the business he meant to keep in his own, bands, aud it is Just possible that iit 1005 Morgan, if he tie still alive, will discover the fact Jolly, noisy, rather, cfueerly, dressed highly clannish young man or boy. He has wid "culture" in such various and dlfflicult subjects as brlarwood pipes, bull terriers, amateur, photography, scarf pins, sign collecting, and variety shows. His art gallery is a collection of pictures of actresses, goddesses whom 'he worships Ignorantly and from SjfAr-unless he marries a chorus girl and scandalizes his doting parents. His literature Is the "sporting page" and the harmless, unnecessary contempor ary novel. His science is boxiug or golf or tennis or lacrosse. . His heroes are not Homer, Dante and Shake speare, tout those greatest men. in the world, the captain of the eleven, the captain tft the ' crew, the c aptain of the nine. He is a perfectly good fellow. He is a simple, manly f ellow, with a very apparent down on. his face, of so phistication. But he is not an "edu cated youth," except in eo far as he knows that he isn't H22ABD IN PASSING WOMEN WILL STAY The passage of , the Irish land bill at Its third' reading .this weekls a great Victory for the leaders of the Irish pajrT ty in . Ireland to-day. The - bill was changed and modified in many respects lnee Its first reading. The "minimum price" which threatens the destruction of the "bill is' gone. Mr Wyndham was warned that if he stuck to the minimum, which, meant 22 years pur chase as the lowest price at which farms would bevsold to "tenants, they could not stand for the measure as a settlement of the land question; That "settled" the "minimum- price." Mr Wyndham withdrew the clause, or the portion of the clause containing that obnoxious restriction and f ubstltuted for it an amendment providing that when landlords and tenants agree upon a price and the land commissioners consider it fair to all parties,' such price may be sanctioned and the pur chase completed. This removes the principal if not the only obstacle to the acceptance of the bill by the Irish party and the Irish people. The "min imum price" was the stumbling block and its withdrawal has completely al tered the situation In a sense favor aible to the Irish siae. What .will Mr Uoosevelt do In . the case of Llttauer, waio is connected with isame of the republican scan4als noW being unearthed, aska our Washingtori correspondent" Will he mtrnct the attorney general to investigate Uae mat ter? He cannot doubt that his In dorsement of Mr Ltfctauer would have great weight with the war department Mr Llttauer may" not have known, in spite of his offer to see a certain of ficial, that ,Lyon really "got the con tracts on the strength ofr representing Mr "Roosevelt's intimate friend. Mr Boosevelt "has not hesitated to give us his views of official purity. He has said, "Words are good vrhen backed up -by deeds, and only so." Will his words be backed 'by deeds In this case? Or Is there a difference between an ordinary Individual and the Harvard graduate who happens to (be the presi enfs "closest political friend and ad viser." The people would perhaps Uike to ask Mr Boosevelt this question: What can be expected of the postofflee people if the intimate political friend and most trusted adviser of the presi dent makes a profit of some ninety thousand dollars on government con tracts, when the law says that no mem ber of, congress shall profit oy such a contract directly or indirectly? Mr Boosevelt has said that he proposes to have everything about him "as clean as -a hound's tooth." Isn't it about time for hlni to buy a carload of tooth brushes? In his baccalaureate sermon to the graduating classes of Columbia uni versity, the Rev Dr George A. Gordon of v Boston talked of "the educated youth. With his gtfts, his intellectual habits, his culture, his superiority over thousands." How many such youths do the colleges produce? asks a writer in Everybody's Magazine. Mighty few. Take composite photograph of the American undergraduate, and the result is no budding Emerson, no as cetic burner of the midnight oil, but a Reads the same both ways G. O. P., Grand Old Party." "P. O. G.. Post Office 'Graft"' Life. Among his most, intimate frlenda Congressman. Lucius N. Littaeur is fa miliarly called "Loot What's in a name. Little perhaps. But it often happens that there is Considerably more in a nickname.-provldence Journal. Hertford feels pretty good over the prospect of having the biggest stone bridge In the world. Springfield, which would like to be at the head of the sloop navigation, but isn't and not like ly to be, is not saying anything for pub lication. -Middletowni Tribune. , Colonel Osborn of New Haven would consider It a persdnal. favor If the su preme court of errors would-abdicate long enough to permit him -to hand down an opinion that the state police law is unconstitutional. Hartford Post Nothing but satisfaction is to be felt over the outcome of the negotiations in regard to Manchuria. The latest news entitled Secretary of State John Hay to the congratulations and thanks of his countrymen for two more notable achievements in the field of diplomacy and statesmanship. Providence Jour nal. As a general proposition, all laws should be enforced, and in this manu facturing center, the child-labor laws are enforced' .very efficiently; but it should be understood that they are en forced in spite of many 1 inhabitants who ought , to be opposed to labor of this kind, and not with their co-opera-tlon.-Pall River Herald. 1 A'Merlden policeman who arrested a man there the other night, was severe ly censured for having taken a drink with the prisoner two, hours before the arrest and having paid for the latter's beverage. The Judge blamed the po liceman more than , he did the prisoner and said the officer should be dismissed from the j force. Sound) ' doctrine. Bridgeport Post. . And there's another Item: Because you eat big course dinners In winter, when you are more active and need more fuel, don't consider'' yourself bound to eat the same sort of dinners now. Try cold dishes, less meat, more vegetables, especially salads, iced tea. ice cream, fruits, and after the meal take life as easily as circumstances per mit. Brooklyn Eagle. We get. from Kalamazoo the story of the death of William G. Pettison in his 89th year, as the result of his excessive use- of tobacco, for he r had - smoked cigars for twenty years at the rate of 5,000 a year, or nearly an average of eleven a day. He must have been a tough old sinner to take all that time to kljfl. Or else nicotine is not as dead ly a, poison as Its enemies belie ve. New Britain Herald. ' Congratulations are due Editor Jones of the New Hartford Tribune on get ting rid of a war relic that he inad vertently attached to himself during the Rebellion and which has stuck to htm closer than a brother ever since: A memento of that kind on one's Watch .chain would be more comforta- Ible to carry about than on the Inside or th$ possessor's anatomy. Torrington Register. t - , , - - It I worthy of note that government employes and officials at Washington are not being overworked during this hot weather. Our government Is not an exacting employer. : It not only gives good salaries, but it -also allows each employe thirty days' leave of ab sence during each, year on full pay. That is for ordinary recuperative pur poses. If an employe Is actually sick he is also entitled to thirty days' full pay during absence on that account. These vacations give- the. employes time to devise ways and means of sav ing the nation. Indianapolis Sentinel. The profession of school teaching has always seemed distinctively fem inine. 'Surely none but the true fem inine qualities could contribute to suc cess in it Indeed, it seems theirs by right as much as the sphere of home. It is with surprise, therefore, that the : average individual notes recent events In cottneeMon with the Nation al Educational association. There seems to 'be difference of opinion be tween the men and women members, and it Is quite clear that the latter sus pect the (former of desiring fheir re tirement In Cleveland a report Is toeing circu lated to the effect that women teachers are to be superseded by those of the male persuasion. This report is gain ing credence, and the teachers are much exercised. It Is a matter of fact that at a recent meeting, the School masters' cluto of Cleveland came out strongly in favor of such a change. An address was delivered by the city su perintendent of public Instruction, in which, with scarcely disguised mean ing, he expounded his views on an Ideal ecliool system, wherein all the prlncipalshipa would toe held' by men. He gave it as 'his opinion that not only would the work toe toetter done by men, tout that they would improve discipline among the ranks of the teachers. A hint was also thrown out that In course of time such a transformation wduld toe 'brought about Probably the ru mor as to the abolishment of women teachers had its inception here. '. - The teachers of New York seem to participate to some extent in the un quletness. of their Ohio sisters. Fears have been expressed that they will be gradually supplanted in the position of greater authority. . . in Is scarcely within the bounds of possibility that woman will be driven out of a profession for which she is so peculiarly fitted, and wtoerein she so excels, tout that she may be denied pre fermerit and compelled to labor as one of the rank and file Is more than like ly. The encroachments of women workers are Jealousy observed and much resented where municipal affairs are concerned. . Blowing About Laundry Work. Won't make it good. You do no,t run any risk when you send fine linen lace or other delicate goods here. We han dle them tenderly and launder them daintily, return them in as good condi tion as received, thoroughly cleansed ana Deautlfuily launaerea. uurs i I thoroughly modern steam . plant, the i drying is done with steam heat, not by the dust laden wind. ' ' I Home Steam Laundry A. J. COON EY. Prop'r. 277-2S1 Bank St. . Telephone: - NEW YORK POOCEMEtf. For a lazy liver try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tatolets. They in vigorate the liver, aid the digestion, regulate the bowels and 'prevent bil ious attacks. For ' sale by all drug gists. LONDON'S TRAFFIC. It is an odd reflection on the sixty years' development of the railway sys tem that the road beats the railway easily in London. The street vehicles travel twenty times as far as the train every day, and carry more passengers. It may seem incredible, but it is per fectly true, that the street vehicles of London accomplish a Journey every day equal to twenty times round the earth. It Is startling, in contrast with this, that the trains cover only 5,000 miles, but the explanation is, of course, the, simple fact that for every train there are about fifty other vehicles. . There" are always running in London between" 4,000 and 5,000 'buses and trams, carrying 1,600,000 passengers every day, and when all these are full there is room left for nearly 12,000 cabs, for which 700 stands are pro vided. "Cabby," one of the best abused men In the metropolis, often enough de. serving it, drives 120,000 people about London every day. Philadelphia Ledger. . , . No man or woman In the state will hesitate to speak well of Chamber lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets after once trying them. They always pro duce a pleasant movement of the bow els, improve the appetite and strength en the digestion. "For sale by all druggists. . - . That a policeman should have re tired poor after a service : of ."thirty seven years in this city is not such a matter of wonder; as the. thoughtless assume it to be. 1 There are thousands of honest men patroling their posts who never touched any money but their salaries," and who, if disabled, would toe Obliged to depend on ; their pensions for support It Is not the rank and file of the fore that are or Were .blackmailers. 1 Blackmail came to the f orce through the system .which demanded- prices f or promotion,: ;and whidh prices had to be made up byex tortlons and levies upon the criminal, the unfortunate, the'-Agnorant and the weak. It was only when the '"higher up" officials encouraged, it for their own selfish profit because the more highly organized the system of black mail In 'any precinct the higher the price mounted for a command in that precinct that jbjackmaildescended , to the ranfcs3 .' . , . I Blackrnail practically became a ne cessity to a man who wanted to rise in the department and. 'however hu miliating the fact may "toe, It is not at least aniisstatement to say. that men elsewhere -honest and1'1 everywhere brave regarded "protection" as entire ly incidental ;t0 their, places, carrying with it -fno- moral turpitude. The "breaking np of .this system the punish ment ; of - every man 1 caught - practicing it,; the' absence, of ''protection" .at and near, the head of the department, and the fact tfiat a man may win his- way to a captaincy without having -td pay for it a sum larger than he could earn in twenty, years, are some of the tri umphs of -Commissioner; Greene and the redemption of some of the pledges made toy fusion two years ago. . The bohest man on the foree-vand the hon estman vastly outnumbers the graf ter rejoices In this condition, which gives him a fair opportunity., for the wear ing of a badge which (bis fellow-citizens know has been won toy merit. The uprpotinfi: of (blackmail, with the dis missal of the crooks from the force, is no more grateful to citizens generally than to the man on post. New York Press. ; ,. FUN AT CAMP. The military boys wiill not be wholly confined to work, says the New Haven Palladium, and they will have their own time to play, for as the old saying goes-, "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy." The recruits who have been taken into the various companies ' since the last camp will be initiated into the mysteries of guard mounting and sen tinel duty. It Is the pleasure and the custom in the past of the older boys who have been through the mill to in flict all sorts of Imaginary evils on the raw recruit. New men are "often taken out and told In all seriousness to look in a cer tain direction and .that if a single per son is seen to appear on that line that they must shoot first and ask questions afterwards. Other men , who ;are in the game creep out of camp and. rig up a dummy and proceed to bring it near the sen try. The men generally choose the first night that he Is on guard, as he Is apt to be more susceptible to the slightest noise and to investigate It He will hear all sorts of noises and will hear, demands upon him to throw down his musket. To" this he will pay no attention, and then the dummy will be brought Into play. It will ap pear as an indistinct mass at first and willthen assume gigantic proportions. The guard orders-it to halt,-but it keeps creeping on steadily till within a short distance of h?m. The guard goes to investigate and suddenly the air resounds with shrieks and yells, fol lowed by a couple of hots. The fig ure then suddenly disappears and the guard sees indistinct figures running in the gloom. Then it commences to dawn upon him that he has been made the victim of a practical Joke. ! The officer of the night will search for the offenders in the c6mpany in which the sentry belongs, but by that time the men are snugly 'tucked away in bed with the king of sleep hovering over them. However, there will be baseball ames, races, rifle shoots and other amusements durmjx the off duty hours. If Your -Old Piismber Cannol Come, Tb USrl . . . " Wc don't want to deprive him of a job, but wish to assist thoss who have trouble with their plumbing J will give you the service of the highest paid men in the trade, if you are thinking about buying a stove ask about the STAMFORD, it will pay you fo inquire, every one praises it that has used it. We do roofing and conductor work. V P. EL GfARRITY. 221 Bank St Telejoliona 403-4.' Prof, GA, Bailey Instructor of stage and soci ety dancing - re-opens Septem ber 21 in Citizens' Bank B'ld'g. PAINTING AO PAPERHAKGM Attended to Promptly at Mod erate Prices. Estimates V ' Furnished. M. -H M M 6nS, Extension of Ward Street. GEORGE SIMMONS Livery and Boarding Stables Fine Turnouts. 523 No. Main St. WMProofDoYouWant That Standard Remedy has cured hundreds and is curing iiut complaints that Khe best skill obtain able has failed to cure? , Do you object to being cured unless oy skill that you can ill aff ord to pay for? The working, classes should not fail to use it at once. me proor is right in your city that It does the work quickly and thoroughly. Ask Mr Sickmund, shoemaker, Phoenix avenue, what it p ia rot- nim.atr.er au elsiA failed. A specialist that could make, tha cures Standard Remedy has in this '... a .. . city couia taise nunareas or aoiiars ev ery day and be lauded to the skies by nil WHIT win thifiw vAlir nrAlni1!ri cured? Rich and poor can all afford to use Standard ; Remedy. The poor should be cured as cheaply as possi ble. . Begin ltd use. You run no risk. . .Money refunded it dissatisfied, Sold at Cone's. Dexter's, Ebbs,' Pick ett's, A. H- po and . J, S. Carroll , Agent. .... t :.; ; 130 NORTH MAIN STREET, THIS . CITY. y-:- The,;;' New YorE Tailoring Go Have opened their new store at 130 North Main street, and.beg to call your attention to their fine and large stock of domestic and imported woolens. We are making , up gentlemen's suits, giv ing a perfect fit and. flrst-cjass work manship, suits are maae from $15 up. Fine Trousers are made from $5 up. We make a specialty of cleaning, pressing and repairing.renovatlng every suit and making it look like new. Suits pressed. 50c; suits cleaned and pressed, 75c; suits scoured and pressed, $1.50; trousers pressed; 15c. We also make Ladies' Suits and gar ments in the latest styles and perfectly tailor made. Pressing, repairing and dj-eingany ladies' garments, suits, skirts, is also one of our leading spe cialties. Repairing done at half-price. v Send a postal and we will immediate ly send a boy to bring and return your clothes, done in a first-class condition. - Remember the address, " k R ELI ABLE Is the word that best expresses the quality and make of our present well assorted stock of ' .' . Summer Negligees t Whether it be a choice from among our popular working grades (5oc and 75c) or from the lines of our excellent dress and 6uK ing qualities ($1.00.-$1.50 and'$2.00,) you'. will ajways get as recommended, a well-fitting, serviceable up-to-date shirt. Spe cial sizes for. STOUT MEN. ' . i i , ... A few good bargains still left In TRAW HAT: "THE LATBST" , WILSON TYRRELL, 115 AND 117 SOUTH MAIN STREET. Special Sale A Traveling Home -,ViP When on is travellns: the trunk is the home. 'Vacation-days are at hand. Trunks, Valises and Bags are the most Important part of the equipments. You will find we are headquarters for this kind. The largest, travelers' store in the state and assortment in proportion. All our leather goods are kept free from dust in glass cases and at a price that anyone can aord the lowest in the city. 'LOOK OUT FOR FRAUDS. Don't be deceived by any peddlers or out siders. Come direct to our old estab lished and reliable Umbrella and Trunk store. We make all ourown goods. When you buy from us you buy from the . manufacturer vat rock b6tt6m prices, and guarantee to keep in re pair free. Umbrellas re-covered and repaired with the best gloria silk at low prices. Remember, we make our own goods personally and none of the outsiders can compete with our prices. Look for the big store, 153 Bank street, opposite Waterbury bank. , Wateruury Umbrella and TrunX M'f r. 153 Bank St. Telephone 119-2. THE HEW YORK TAILORING GO .4-..130 NORTH MAIN STREET, Waterbury. Conn. FOR SALE CHEAP, " 2ad Hand Store Door GEORGE A. UPHAM, BUILDER. 43 SOUTH WILLOW STREET, Shop 413-2. , House 251-3. WE HAVE SOLD a large number of Monuments at our 25 per cent reduction sale and we still have a number of them left. - You will never again have the opportunity to buy as cheap. Don't buy before you get our prices. Mantels, Grates and Tiling. Open evenings. Yours truly. J. (J. CUTLER Overstock of Harness Will Make Liberal Discount for Next 30 Days to Reduce Stock,' t ' Double Team Harness, $24.50. Cart Harness, $16.50. , A - ; ' Driving and: Business . Harness, . aft - V Horse Sheets, Lap Robes at cost - Biiy a leather Fly Net for your hors Wagon Umbrellas, besfmade. ' ; Trunks of all "descriptions. Prices the lowest. , ' ' Trunks repaired at short notice. Tel. ephone; will call for it J. q; cutler 2S8 NORTH MAIN STREET. CHARLES A JACKSON & CO., 274 BANK f i "SET. ARTHUR G. AUGER Undertaker Embalmer and Fu ' neral Direcloi; 874 SOUTH MAIN STREET, , . Waterbury, Cenn. Residence and Night Call, SO Wesf Clay street. - , Telephone 22 PENMANSHIP 1 PROF HOILEY. reaches every ppll ta write a fine Put. , vurasuvas uauu, ID COUrSO Ok 19 kinds- of pen :Work xecotel la th tighess degree' 'of art.- - . o : 167 BANK STREET. . POPULAR SEA IRIPS Off THE ' OLD DOMINION LINE , Make most attractive routes ta Norfolk, v Old Point Comfort, Virginia Beach, , Richmond, Va.t and Washington J D, C Steamers sail daily except Sunday from Pier 26, North River, foot ol Tickets., including meals and state- room accommodations, $s.oo one way, $13.00 round trip, and upwards. at pier. - , '. Send stamp for illustrated book. " u LU OU M I N IU W 5 1 1 AMSH I P CO,, 81 Beach street. New York, N. Y. H. B. WALKER. Traffic Manacrer. , J. J. BROWN. O. P. Al'. A Real Estate Bargain on North' Elm St SEE ME ABOUT IT. W;FV Jarrett, Real Estate, Room 1, 109 Bank street. Enterprise Odorless, Instantaneous Blue Flame Oil took Stove, Easy to clean, no smoke or odor, the quickest cooker,, complete line all sices, Ovens for game. Full line 1 Re fiigeratbrS; Lawn Mowers, all prices and styles; Garden Hose,. Housef ur nishlng. Goods. The Barlow Bros. Co 63-65 GRAND STREET. OAKV1LLE CO. ' . MAKERS OF Wire and Metal Goods. I'. O. . Freight and .Express. Address Oakviile; Conn. Telegraph Addruts . Waterbury, Conn. Mew York OHlca, toward Btresi. ! F you are ;wondering bout ,a safe place for your , , FURS AND CLOTHING We would suggest fiat you let us solve" the problem "for yoy. Send for a codv of our booklet entitled ., vWhere Moths Are Not" Which will tell . you all about It. Al n-s for storage called t or and- delir- We have' no connection with any fine rier. : f.; ' S Hycia Ice and Cold Storage Plant 1093-1181 Bank St, : Telephone 202. R. E:iunger, Mgr. STEAKS, CHOPS, OYSTERS, Et3 Everything first class it :; Hodson's Grill Room Pabst's Celebrated Milwaukee Lager. Light and Dark - - ON DRAUGHT AT J. E. WATTS, 150 South Main SL DRESCHER & KEIL Plel Bros Real German Laget Beer oa Draught Fine Lunch. 7 East Main St. .Waterbury. Coaa