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.WATKRBUltY' E VISING DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY, JUJLY 23. 1903.
Garran DryJBoois Go Pre-InYentory and July Clearing Sale. FRIDAY, As usual, is Hniisekflenfirs' Dav. w 9 w j . Fitting companion values to those offered in other- lines during this sale are the follow ing in housekeeping goods. Only at the factory are such prices as these known, and there only in the largest quan tities. , ; : ; - SUMMER HOUSEFURNISHING.V , ' FROM 8 TO 10 A- M. 9 cake U. S. Mall Soap, 25c Galvanized iron Water Pail, 10c .' t - ' A T.T. T A V ' The Pearl Refrigerator, lined with ; y' galvanized iron, removable waste 4 pipe and sliding shelves, 39 Inches high, special $5.75 Star double Oil Stove, with 4 large burners and two oil tanks, spe cial $1,29 Single Oil Stove, with Iron "oil tank, special 39c Tea Kettle for gas or oil stove, heavy tin, special 1 10c oval wash Boiler, No 7, with cover, heavy copper bottom, 79c Round Wash Boiler, heavy tin, full size, special - , 25c Dish Pan, stamped In one piece, holding eight quarts, .'. : " ' v i- '. Sauce Pan, with long handle, stamped In one piece, holding 5 qirarts, special ' , ' . , 10c Garbage Pail with cover, heavy gal vanized iron, holding 14 qts, reg ular 50c. at - . 29c Bread Raiser,..Tvlth cover, full size, regular 50c, at , . 29& 25c Parlor Floor Brooms, 'best "qua 1 . lty, at ." i,v - v- : 15c Refrigerator Pans, galvanized iron, full size, 13c Wash .Tubs, galvanized iron, full size, regular price 50c, at . 39c Feather Dusters, first quality, spe cial at - 1 9c Round Bread Boards, hard wood, ; special , at ' 9c Mop Handles, best make, 6c Blue and white Preserving Kettles, . S-qfsize, first quality, ' ' , 48c Sink Brushes, strongly made, 2 for 3c SMALL NEEDS. Ammonia, best quality, . 4 ' "7c Washing Blue, large bottles, ' 4c Morgan's Sapolio, , . 7c Matting Tacks, large boxes, .2 for 3c Bird Seed, large boxes, 7c Toilet Paper, large rolls, 6 for 25c Nail Brushes, good quality, 2 for 5c . . CHINA AND GLASSWARE. Carlsbad china Berry Bowls, hand- . somely decorated, special 25c Real china ntcher, f ancy shape, in assorted deeoruRons, , 25c liaviland Plates, assorted sizes, h " jly decorated, worth $3.50 u. ; -, special 15c each Dinner ujuU Tea Set, 100 pieces, 1 finest qualflty American porcelain, handsomely decorated with flow. , ers and goldcdge, regular $13.50,T at - $9.75 Toilet Pitchers and Basin, large .size, first quality, at 69c China Sugars and Creams, new . shape, nicely decorated, - 14c Cups and Sauoers, large size, for - tea or coffee, first quality, 5c Carlsbad china Wash Stand Sets, " soap dish, brusih, vaseand mug, decorated to match, '. 1 ' 29c Berry Sets.. -large bowl and six , saucers, cut glass patterns, spe-' f clal at . : ; " 10c Mason Fruit Jars, with porcelain lined covers, first quality, rpints, 4c Jelly Glasses with tin covers,' spe cial at , lc each Covered Butter Dishes, cut glass pattern, size 5c each Glass Cream Pitcher and Spoon - Holder, cut pattern, special 3c each FURNITURE DEPARTMENT. $4;50 brass trimmed Beds, $2.50 $5 extension foot Iron Beds, $3.00 $7.50 brass rod Beds, $4.50 $10 continuous post Beds, " $7.00 $12 colored Beds, brass trimmings, ' $9.00 $15 Beds, with heavy scrolls and bras3 trimmings, . ' $12.00 $20 Beds, with all brass fillings and bow foot, $15.00 $12.50 celebrated felt Mattress, $7.50 $7.50 white cotton Mattress, $5.00 $6 Combination Mattress, cotton top and bottom, best quality tick ing, ; $4.50 $4 cotton top Mattress, . $2.48 $5 spiral book Springs, . $3.50 $4 double woven wire Springs, $2.48 $1.50. Cot Beds - 98c . $6 five drawer .Chiffonier, with carved back, , - $4.50 $10 Chiffonier, with French plate mirror,, bevel edge.- drawers, , $7.50 $18 golden quartered oak Chiffon iers, hand polish and largeimir- ror, $14.00 $12.50 Couches, upholstered in vel- our, $8.98 $17.50 Turkish Couches, full spring edge, deeply tufted, $12.00 $22 double end adjustable Couch es, . ' ' '$17.50 $25 Divan, indestructable springs, . v-' V-- $20.00 $25 solid oak Chamber Suits, . $20.00 $35 royal oak Suit, with large roll foot board. ' '. $27.50 $40 Suit "with large Empire shaped mirror, . ; $30.00 $45 golden quartered oak Suit $35.00 $fiO massive auartered oak Suits $50.00 $?sa roil top jsuus, piano niusn, 5 wen front and a massive mirror. $70.00 School's Over. Nothing ahead but 'fun for the boys, Fun roughs it at times and their suits have to bear the brunt of many a hard knock. We have some Vacation Suits that are exactly what every romping boy should have. "Not high in price, but ; STRONG IN 'THEIR STAYING QUALITIES. Strength is a strong point in our vacation -suits they fit arid look well, too. s ! Plain and Fancy Fabrics, $2 to $5. . " Washable 50c to $1.25. The M Co. GOOD CLOTHES STORE. Corrier Batik atid Grand Streets. A. P, GOWLES. Midsummer Clearing Sale of V n Pitte - IVlilHriery Trimmed and Untrimined Hats all get the grand cut price which will pay you to see before parting with your money. AH Millinery Ribbons, ail paces, black and white, all Straw Braids, all Flowers, black and colors, all Fancy and Plain Silks, all Mulls, etc, off regular price. As this Is of fering you fine millinery at to off you will be wise if you come to 53-55 CENTER STREET. K. Dougherty Special Sale of Hosiery. - AT 5c PAIR. At 5c a pair, Ladies' and Men's Fast Black Hose, regular 10c quality for this week 5c a paif. AT 9c A PAIR. ' Three pairs for 25c. At 9c a pair, Ladies', andl Men's Fast Black Hose, also Men's Grey Mixed and Tan Hose, regular 12c quality, for this week 9c a pair, three pairs ' for 25c. ' K Dougherty ' ' 1 45 South' Main st. Has moved his office to 121 Bank street, ; -over Fitzmaur ice's Shoe Store: 8-. 5 iiwwr.ww;"ly"llii' li1 SEE HERE, GEORGE, . I 'got' my Oxfords, now get yours at Holczex's. " -The program for this week: Velour Calf Oxfords $1.69, value $2.50. : v Warranted Patesnt Colt Oxfords and High Shoes $2.00, value $3.00. Holczer's Standard Shoe House ,199 South. Main St, near Grand. La Turaine Coffee. To Introduce this coffee to the peo ple of Waterbury we have placed In our window a large candle "Which will be lighted Wednesday morning and re main lighted each day until con sumed. Every purchaser of a pound of the La Turaine Coffee Is entitled to a guess how long it will burn. .To the one guessing nearest to the time we will give a barrel of Washburn-Crosby's Flour. 38c per Lb., 3 lbs for $1,00 -THE Woodruff Grocery Co. ,- : , . v -. . . , , ., , . . . - ' - - . People's Market 21 Phoenix Avenue. Native Spring Ducks Native Spring Broilers Native Spring Lamb -WAfERMELONS OH ICE. &. BOHL. BROADWAY LIVERY St ABLE. Livery of all kinds BUSINESS AND DRIVERS Joseph Morieif ty. REAR POLl'S THEATER. - IT WILL PAY YOU to look at the bargains offered in WATCHES. at .this store. A specialty made of Fine Wedding Rings;. You can al ways get your Watoh, Clock or Jewel ry Repairing and Engrajring done here. F. P. BECTON, No 25 EAST MAIN STREET, With J. H. Devereaux & Co. At the Public arket ! This week we will offer greater inducements than ever in our Meat and Fish Department. Call at. our store and" see what we' are .offering in our Grocery Department. Ask for our combination orders (more 'stamps than ever). Ask also for our $i Free Stamp list. FHablic Market y 161-163 SOUTH MAIN STREET. - TELEPHONE 110 S!l!l!SI!!l!B!lll!BI!B!!IIIBI!IIIDllll!B:!!!!!a!!ll!B!!l!ig!!l!IS!!!IIQ:i l!IBI!ll!B!!l!!K POLICE COURT DOINGS i m m ' I BRASS TRIMMED IRON BEDS-With 1 Spring and Mattress $6.90 FELT MATRESSES Cotton Felt Mat ress, fine tick, well made, strong edges, elastic. $15 Mattress re duced to :'v---v-7-'i-.V:-Cli':' LooH in Our Store Window. BENSON FURNITURE CO. iT-ieo Scuth Main St. 2 ENTRANCES I . 8M0 Grand Strai: Young Girl Committed to" Mlddletown Industrial School. There wasi but one case before Judge Burpee In the city court to-day and .that was a sad one. Marie Morrone, aged 15 years, was charged with in corrigibility. Her father, Frank Mor rone, stated that he" lives on Hill street and that Marie has almost broken his heart. Several times he has complain ed to the prosecuting attorney but it availed him nothing in bringing about an amendment in the girl's behavior: It seems that she pretends she is em ployed in one factory or another, so that she can have an excuse for stayr ing away from home till late at nightl She also runs up bills in her father's name. This was the third time the father felt it necessary to cemplain to the prosecutor and the latter decided it was time to bring her into court. Qn that account the court felt it to be his duty to commit her to the indus trial school. CITY SEALS WANTED. Copies of Them May Be Used in Dec- orating the Capitol. ; State Librarian Godard, at the re quest of the commission of sculpture, has written to the clerks of the older towns and to the clerk of each city in the state; asking for a copy of their seals. ; The commission is acting on .the- suggestion that copies of seals might be used, in the decoration of the capitol. For this reason copies of the seals have been asked for, with a de scription of them when needed. After receiving them the commission will de cide whether or not any . of them can be used for decorative purposes. WORN OUT ' One of the most efficient tonics In re storing worn-out systems is Beef, Iron end Wine. ) A fine lot at 50c per bot tle. Fitzpatrlck's pharmacy, Bast Main and -Wall streets. Telephone 63-4. , PHOTOGRAPI ALBUMS . For 'the Preservation of Your Vacation Pictures. The Largest nd Best . Line an " .the City. 75 STYLES Gall and See Them The ZiglatzM-Marks Co 110-116 South Main Street. Real Estate and Rents I O'NEILL'S BULLETIN. I have a two tenement house, six rooms each , on ' Spencer avenue, ' that can be bought, right The equity in it is only $1,100, and the rest, $5,900, can stay on mortgage at 5 per cent. There is a great big yard, and the house itself is in the best of condition and has all the modern improvements. Come early, for this will go quick. - F, ; B, O'NEILL, 77 BANK STREET, (Opposite Center street) C,o$cd Thursday, Friday and Saturday Even. ' ings. NOTARY PUBLIC. 21!!!!S:!Ilii HERE'S Yourtt Chance to buy good up-to-date Summer Shoes and Oxfords for a mere eong. Just sing to the tune of the following prices and they are yours: ' Men's $2.00 Vici Kid Lace Shoes . . ............ . . $1.29 Men's $1.50 -Vici Kid Ox ; fords ... ........ . . $1.17 Women's $2.50 Guaranteed Patent Leather Oxfords, ....... ....... ...... $1.87 ... - ' .1 Women's $1.75 Patent Leath er Oxfords ............ $1.17 Misses' $1.50 Spring Heel Patent Leather Shoes . . $1.17 Misses' $1.25 Dongola Ox fords, sizes 11 to z .... ,79c Child's $1.00 Dongola Ox fords, sizes to 11 . . . . 9c Watch our windows for bar gains. : . '"'.'..v.. . J. . JACKLE & SOUS, Monfcjf Saving Shoe Mea. - - 73-75 BaniStrsut. . SETTLEMENT EFFECTED. In the Case of Parties Injured By Fall ing Lineman. A settlement satisfactory to the in terested parties, has been made by the Southern New England Telephone Co with Mr and Mrs Brewster of M'une-apolls-, Minn, parents of Nanette Brew ster, who was, severely injured in Hartford., June 24, by the fall of a line xuau in the employ of the company. The lineman, who was adjusting some wires on one of the company's poles, received an electric shock, caus ing him to lose his balance and fall a distance of 40 feet striking Mrs Brew ster and the little girl and Mrs Ed wards, wife of Professor Edwards of Trinity college, who were standing di rectly underneath the pole waiting for a trolley car to convey them to the com mencement exercises at the college. Nanette was the most, severely in jured, and at th TI"-'".-- " where she was taken, her life was de spaired of for many day. The little kuV."' aosiji lu., slowly recovering f rohi the effects of her Injuries. It is expected that she will be able to leave the institution within few weeks. . "--') ' "; The settlement was made throxigh Che attorney of the telephone company, whose office is In New Haven. .The terms were not, made public, but It is said that 'the amount .was sufficient to cover the expenses incident to the Ill ness of the little girl, which -was .all that the. parents asked for. BROOKLYN BRIEFS John Martin has returned from a short vacation spent in New York. Constable E. J. Donahue and Wil liam Rafferty spent the day with friends in New York. The exterior of the parochial resi dence of St Patrick's parish has been draped in mourning as a mark of re spect to Leo XIII. The first outing of the season of the Brooklyn Outing club will be held at Adams's grove on next Sunday. It was postponed from last Sunday. A fine bake will be arranged and there will be various athletic contests. The arrangement committee consists of John Cullom, John Broderick, James Magner, Thomas Magher and. Thomas Flaherty.; Music for the occasion will be furnished by the Rosebud Mandolin Club. ; v- '.., ' r ;- It is always refreshing to partake of a cool, delicious drink in this warm and dry weather. The warm weather makes people thirsty and tired and in active. The thirsty, the tired feeling, the inactivity are driven away by those nice, cool and delicious drinks which are dispensed at A. C. Walker's soda f ountain. Try one and you will be sure to want, another. The purest of fruit Juices are served and the best ice cream is used. NO MORE SNAP SALES.' - Refrigerators AT LESS THAN COST. Prices Commence at - Fine Porcelain-Lined Refrigerators, Value $45.00, To Close at $32.50 Value $35.00 ' To Close at $26.00 Only one of , a. kind le' of a great many of our Refrig erators; 17 sizes and styles to choose from 1 Ths Bmpson-Sellsw hmm Co Waterbury's Best Furniture Store.". . 116-120 Bank Street, n. The Next Hot Wave Will make you wish you'd bought your Gas Range sooner. Be wise in time Gas Ranges are Sold i) The United Gas Improvement Co, --.-' - V --V " - - -s " For All Floors, Inside and Outside. ; It Preserves Carpets. . It does not absorb disease germs. It helps to keep out moths. It is a deodorizer and disin fectant. It prevents warping and splin tering It fills the cracks, creating smoothness. It deadens sound is easily cleaned, and makes floors water proof, a great advantage, pre venting in ury to ceiling below. THE A. F, Taylor Co, 43 CENTER STREET. Must Give Notice to Town Clerk Be- v fore Selling Out Business. , A New Britain lawyer nas callecf at tention to a law regarding the trans ferring of a "person's business, whlcl appears in the public acts just Issued. The law reads that no person, who makes it his business to buy commodi ties and sell the same in small Quanti ties for the purpose of making a proflt shall at si. single transaction and not in thyregular course of business, sell, as sign or deliver the , whole or a large part of his stock in ' trade unless he shall, not less than seven days previ ously to such sale, cause to be recorded in the town clerk's office in the town in which such vendor conducts his busi ness, a notice of his intention to make such sale, assignment or delivery, de scribing in general terms the property to be sold and all conditions, of such sale assignment or delivery and the parties thereto. T It can,.be seen that this act will shut off 'effectually all snap sales and trans fers, "many of which are arranged for the specific purpose - of defrauding a creditor. , i BEAiL i ESTATE BOOMING. Postofflce Work . Has Started Other Property Owners in That Section: A real astatA rtAAlpr mm tn.arr bUttll the year will close In Waterbury bet ter than it opened in real estate affairs. He said that he has already observed an awakenmg in 'building affairs. Th preliminary work for the postofflce on Grand street has started up .' building in that street and in a short time two big .buildings will be started. Neg tlations have been opened between the (heirs .to the Whittlesey property on Bank street and it is thought that an, exchange will be made and the pros ipective new owner will ibegmjbuildlngf operations immediately upon taking possession. This is only & possibility, however. . : Thus far Charles Miller the own er of the adjoining property, has been obdurate to all influence brought to bear - upon him ' to rebufld. His reason i that he does not need.the in come Ibe would derive from a modern structure. v, ; . ; " 1 ' ' The dealer quoted said) the demand for dwellings has. shaken off the fear of high prices of building material. There was never such a demand hero ror tenements, and this has started real .state owners to building. Last year, he said that about 100 or 200 buildings were put up here, a remarkably low average, whereas the building for tho five or eight years previous to that time averaged 400 a year. This year's rec ord, he said, will fall far short of that mark, but still it will be far better luai. as anucipatea at the beginning of th year. . , - Caaie of Sirs. Hawley' Death.. . NEW YORK, July 23.-Mrs. Adelaide Hawiey, instantly killed in an automo bile accident,, was thrown against the forward, part of the machine and. met death in that manner. 1 The hevy au tomobile struck the curb, but in spite of i the impact did not overturn, and Mrs. Hawiey' was not crushed beneath it, as was reported. Edward E. Haw ley, Mrs. . Hawiey' s son, who was the chauffeur, declared that had not Mrs. Elizabeth Elberts, one of the party and who was also injured," attempted to jump the accident would not have oc curred. Mr. Hawiey is chauffeur , for Mr. E. R. Thomas, banker and ' horse man, and had spent the greater part of the day putting the forty horse power machine in order. . Killed Because He Wouldn't Get t. DES MOINES, la , July 23. Because his son Charles, aged sixteen, refused to get up when called William Liard shot and killed the boy as he lay in bed at Knoxville, chased a younger son to the home of a neighbor in an attempt to kill him also, then turned the weap on ; upon himself with fatal effect. Liard was addicted to drink and had separated from his wife. - News of the tragedy prostrated - the mother, and tears for her recovery are entertained. Voting; 6trl'M Sadden Death. HOOSICK FALLS, N. Y., July 23. Alice A. Fox, twenty-one years old, daughter of John Fox, a prominent cit izen,1 became ill on the street and went into Dr. L. D. McW ay ne's office after hours or treatment. ' : Befpre the doctor was able to aid her in any manner, she pitched forward lifeless. An autopsy was held, but the coroner refused to make his decision public. ' Gtmor and Greene Extraditable. MONTREAL, July 23. Donald Ma chaster, K. C, who is now in London, has notified the members.,of his firm here, that the lord chancellor has grant ed leave to appeal from Judge Caron's decision to the effect that Gaynor anJ Greene cannot be extradited. The lord chancellor stated that . in his opinion the;, offenses of Gay nor and Greene were decidedly extraditable. Warrants Oat For Twenty Cleric. . NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y., July 23. Warrants have been issued for the ar rest of twenty New York Central rail road clerks as the result of the robbing of freight cars on the Central toad. Six clerks have been arrested ' on the charge i of having taken merchandise from freight cars with the idea, it is al leged, that the thefts would be attrib uted to professional robbers. Hungr to Crane and Stopped Express. , WINSTED, Conn., July 23. As the express on the Central New England railway was approaching the flag sta tion at West Norfolk the engine driver was surprised to see a man hanging to the mail crane. He said he hung there so that the engine driver would see him and stop the trin. , .. - Wireless Telephones Now. HARTFORD, Conn., July 23. By means of .his wireless telephone A. Frederick Collins successfully trans mitted speech between this city and East Hartford, with the Connecticut 1 river intervening. ' Strike Involving- Forty Thoasand. BAKU, Russia, July 23. A general strike has been declared here which involves 40,000 persons. The newspa pers have suspended and everything la at a standstill except a. few bakeries. . ,i 11 I .... - '.- : ' . Died Front Her Injuries. . BRIDGETON, N.J., July, 28. Laura Garrison, the young daughter of John B. Garrison, whose leg was torn off by machinery in her father's basket fac tory, has died from the, effectsaof her injury.. . s HEALTH OFFICERS' MEETING. Forms for Families Where Contagious Diseases -Exist Proposed. " The semi-annual meeting of the town and county health officers of Hartford, -Tolland and Windham coun ties was held in Hartford yesterday, morning and afternoon sessions being held. County Health Officer Hoadley of NewHaven was present The af ternoon session was opened by a paper on "The Question of Giving Uniform Printed Instructions to Families Where Contagious Diseases Exist," read by Dr P, W Street, health officer of guf field. This was accompanied by forms to be used in cases of diphtheria, scar let fever; whooping cough and measles, the form for diphtheria being as fol lows: . :" ' . Mr Notice. . It having been reported to me that ........ . . . , ia ill with diphtheria,, a card of warning as been placed upon your house, and hereby re quired to remain in . . . . . untl by written permission allowed to do otherwise. . ." " ' - All persons excepting necessary at tendants are forbidden to enter the sick room; and those who are attend ing must not appear upon the streets, or hi public places, except by written permission, under prescribed condi tlons. ' " -AH towels, handkerchiefs, clothing and washable bedding used in the sick room must be disinfected before re moval,, by the use of approved .dlsl"" fectant solutions and. subsequently by boiling. Rags used about the patient must be burned. . - . Oats ; and dogs must not be allowed in the house. i:- t,-,v. .. -.r.-v ', . ;. , At the expiration of the quarantine, approved disinfection of the rooms oc cupied . by the patient ; must Jbe per formed before the card can be legally removed. , . . . ,4; The preceding requirements areola accordance with the regulations adopt ed ftnd approved by the state board of health. 1 ;-TheIr. violation is punishable by a fine of $100. .'. m. i. Health Officer. Persons who have, been exposed, espe cially children, should be made Im mune by the subcutaneous injection of diphtheria antitoxin. .- The majority present were in favor of the forms.', but final action was de ferred until the next regular meeting in January. ., SHERIFF'S BILL PAID. Labor Disturbances in New Haven County Cost State $5,633.05. The state comptroller has approved the bill of A. B. Dunham, Sheriff of New Haven county, for the expenses of himself and his deputies arising from the disturbances growing out of th trolley - ' strikes at Waterbury and Bridgeport. The amount of the bill was $5,633.05. Of this sum $4,459 was , for the pay of deputies on duty at Wa terbury, Mllford : and Derby, $939.05 was expended for board for the depu-. ties, while the balance of $235 was for the personal services of Sheriff Dun ham for forty-seven days. The bill was approved by Judge E. B. Gager of the superior court under the provisions of an act passed by the last general assembly signed by Gov ernor Chamberlain May 28, and whlcji took effect from Its passage. The bill is for services rendered by the sheriff and his deputies from February 1 to May 28: The payment Is by ihe e pe tal appropriation voted. After May 8, such bills are to be collected by tho state from the town, but the Derby and Waterbury troubles were over before that date. , CONCERT TO-NIGHT. First Open Air Concert of the Season at Union Square This Evening. The following is the program to be given by the American band at Union square to-night at 7:45, James M. Ful ton, director. March "The Toreadore" ....... Caryll Overture "Festival" Leutner (a) Intermezzo "Anona" (new). Grey (b) Idyll- "Hiawatha" , ...... Moret Serenade Orinental ,4The - Star Dreamer" (new)...........; BendhC i (Arranged by James M. Fulton.) ta) Japanese March "Three Little Maids" (new) ...... . . Haines (b) "The Warbler's Farewell".... ....... .... . . .... ... . ... .... Tobanl Valse Bleue ................. .Margis Popular Songs of the Day- - .Selected Selection "The Prince ofiPIlsen" .... i. .............. . ........ Luders (Arranged by James M. Fulton.) March "The Show Girl' .Corliss