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WATERS UJt Y EVENING DEMOCRAT. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER , 18, 1903.
all and Winter. We have a line of Cloth ing which is considered as ; good as any made, better than most of the ready made clothing. Ask to see the famous H. S. & M. We know these garments will satisfy the most par ticular dressers in Water bury, and the prices are so reasonable for such high class goods as to be ' a strong argument in them selves Cut in different styles and shapes. All snappy and up-to-date. (Equal to custom made). Do not miss seeing them. It gives us pleasure to show our goods. , lip j S HartSchaffncr :': 8 - HandTailorcd . Ji 1 Copyright ISO by Hut Scbaitncr Marx R. 105 BANK ST. HARDBR ; CO 108 SOUTH MAIN ST. mm CHAMBERLAIN QUITS Three Members of the British Cabinet Resign. KUfG ACCEPTS THE RESIGNATIONS Secretary For the Colonies Sets Forth His Reasons For the Step Taken In a Letter to Pre mier Balfonr. ... LONDON, Sept. 18 The official an nouncement of the resignationa of Mr. Chamberlain and two other members of the cabinet "was made late last night at Downing street, in the following communication: "The following ministers hare ten dered their resignations,' which have been accepted by the king: Right Hon. kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkAkkAkkkkkkAkkkkAkkkA ? MASSA'S IN THE COLD GROUND By Stephen C. Foster OTJND def meadows am a-ringing v De darkeys' mournful song, While de mocking-bird, am singing, Happy as de day am long. ' Where de ivy am a-creeping, " - O'er de grassy 'mound, vDere old massa am a-sleeping, Sleeping in de cold, cold ground., ' Down in de ; cornfield Hear dat mournful sound; . .: 'All de darkeys am a-weeping - ' Massa's in de cold, cold ground. When de autunm leaves were falling, When de days were cold,' 'Twas hard to hear old massa calling, " Cayse he was so weak and old. . Now .de' orange tree am blooming On de sandy -shore, . Now'de summer days am coming Massa nebber calls no more. Massa mike de , darkeys love him, ' Cayse he was so kind; Now dey sadly weep above him, ; 'Mourning cayse he leave dem behind. j .;"I.ann'9t; work before to-morrow, " Cayse de tear-drop flow; ' I try to -drive away . my sorrow, Picking on de old banjo. Down in de 'cornfield Hear dat mournful sound; ; . All de darkeys am a-weeptng Massa's in de cold, .cold ground. ; : - i lit s X w mf vA -1 m 1 In"- ! "' fit ' Y is. i ., s I - ill'- "", -k ' ' JOSEPH CH AMBEKIAINe Joseph Chamberlain, secretary for the colonies; Right Hon. C. T. Ritchie, chancellor of the exchequer, and Lord George Hamilton, secretary for India." Then follows Mr. Chamberlain's let ter, dated Birmingham, Sept. 9, com mencing. "My dear Balfour," in .which he sets forth his reasons for his resig nation. An extremely interesting fea ture of the letter is the following state ment concerning a preferential tariff: . "For the present, at any rate, a pref erential agreement" with ; our colonies involving any new duty, however small, on articles of food . hitherto untaxed, even if accompanied by. a reduction of taxation on other articles of food equal ly . universal in their consumption, would be unacceptable to' the majority of the constiLtzeoeies. However much we may regret the decision, however mistaken we may think it, no good gov ernment in a democratic country can ignore it. I feel, therefore, that as an immediate practical policy the question of prefers ilea Xo the cotoaies cannot be pressed with any hope of sueeess at the present time, although there is a very strong feeling in" favor of the 1 other branch of fiscal reform which would give f niter discretion to the government in negotiating with foreign countries for a . freer exchauge of commodities and which would enable our represent atives to retaliate if no concession, was made to our just demands. If , as I believe, you share these views it seems to me that you will be absolutely justified in adopting them as the policy of your government, al though it will necessarily involve some changes in its constitution. As secre tary . for ; the. colonies during the last eight years 1 have been In a special sense the representative - of the policy ef ' a closeij union, which I firmly be lieve to be equally necessary in the interests of the colonies and. ourselves. I believe it is possible to-day and xaay be Impossible to-morrow; ; to 1 make i ar: rangmeixt8 for such a union. I have had unexampled opportunities of watching , events and appreciating the feelings of our kinsmen ? beyond the seas. I .stand, therefore, in a different J position to asny of my colleagues, Vand x tmntt tnat l snouiu justly De oiamea If I remained in ofBce and thus for mally accepted the exclusion from my political programme of so important a part thereof. "I think that with absolute loyalty to your government and with no fear of embarrassing it in any way I can best promote the cause I have at heart from the outside, and I cannot but hope that in a perfectly independent posi tion my arguments may be received with less prejudice than would attach to those of a party leader. According ly I would suggest that you limit the present policy . of the government to an assertion of our f reedoni in the case of all commercial relations with - for eign countries and that ' you should agree to my tendering my resignation of my present office to his majesty and devoting myself to the work of explain ing and popularizing these principles of imperial union which experience has convinced me are essential to oux future welfare and prosperity" HEAR VIEW OF PRESIDENT RO05EVELT, SHOWING REVOLVER (. IN HIS HIP POCKET. JFhen President Roosevelt made his recent tour of inspection of the immi grant station at Ellis island, New York harbor, a number of his companions were startled, when the strong wind suddenly lifted the skirts of the president's coat to the back of his head, to see protruding from his hip pocket the handle of a revolver of heavy caliber. It was explained that since the assassination of President McKinley Mr. Roosevelt, has never traveled .without his pistol, the same one, by the way; which' he carried in the charge, of the rough riders up Sari Juan .hill. While Mr. Roosevelt was at Ellis Island . he appointed from imong the gentlemen with him a committee of four to investigate charges made against the management 6f the landing station. The chairman of this committee Eugene APhllbin, a former district attorney of New York, who was ap-( pointed by ' Mr. Roosevelt, then governor, after he had removed Asa Bird qardiner. ' ' . Pennayl van la's Fair Bnlldiikc. , . ST. LOUIS, Sept 18. J. Undercofier, who is to superintend the construction of Pennsylvania's pavilion at the world's fair, has arrived with the plans of the building. He expects' to begin work on the building in a few days. It is to cost $73,000 and i the furnishings $13,000 more. It will be one of the lar gest state buildings on the grounds, be ing 105 feet wide by 226 feet long. The Cleveland at Home. PRINCETON, N. J., Sept. 18. For mer President Grover Cleveland, Mrs Cleveland and their five children have CErived here from Gray Gables, Buz zards Bay, where they have been spending the summer. The former president and his wife appeared to be in the best of health, as did also all ol their children. .Mr. Cleveland will re main in Princeton, throughout the com ing academic year. Steel Work In Frisco Burned. SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. ; 18. Fire has destroyed the steel works of Fron ds Smith & Co., located on Townsend avenue, entailing a loss exceeding $60, 000. v,. ..-'.,, -.- - ':;:--y" South Dakota Corn Kipped. CANTON, S. D., Sept. 18. A very se vere'' and, destructive frost has visltsd this region, doing much damage, to the cam tqd. . CHINAMEN MOBBED. - - mf nam 1 ' One Killed and Others Badly Beaten at Tonopah, Nevada. TONOi'Ali., ..tv., x. A mob of twelve or fifteen men invaded Chi natown, at this place, and at the point of guns compelled a number of China men to leave town at once. Several who did not comply yvere badly beaten, dragged to the outskirts of the town and told to take the road to Sodaville. Later on all but one returned to town and notified the officers. They stated that Ping Lung, a seventy-three-year-old man and the proprietor of a washV house, was one of the victims, and they believed he had perished 'on the road. Searching parties were sent out later, and .they found his horribly mu tilated body three miles west of fown. The Chinamen were also robbed of several hundred , dollars before being run out of town. Eighteen men, most ly cooks and waiters, have been ar rested and are now in jail. Among the number is F. M. Arandall, president of a labor union. A meeting of the citizens of Tonopah has been held at which 1,000 or more persons were present, and a committee was appointed : to adopt resolutions de nunciatory of the action of the mob. The following . was: adopted as the sentiment of the meeting and residents of the district: ' "Resolved, That the citizens of Tonopah view . with horror and denounce In unmeasured terms the outrages which, according to the pres ent evidence, have been committed; that the citizens of Tonopah regard this act'as , not alone an atrocious vio lation of the law, but also a heinous crime against inoffensive people and against society and civilizaton; that the people of Tonopah will support the offi cers of the law In all possible ways in their effort to bring 'the criminals to Justice." . - ; . .1 ... - ' Minnesota Educator Dead. MARSHALL, Minn., Sept. 18. Clar ence Miles BouteUe, "superintendent of the Marshall public schools for eight years and one of the leading educators of Minnesota, has died ' suddenly from apoplexy. He . was a native of New Hampshire, coming to Minnesota in 1859. He was an author of some reputation.;-'. V ... ... '.' .. . NeTV Counterfeit. . WASHINGTON, Sept : 18. Chief Wilkie of the secret service announces the : discovery of two . new national bank counterfeits. One is a ten dollar note on tiae . People's National bank of Roxbury, Mass., and the other is a five dollar note on the Waltham National bank f Waltham, Mass. .'. ( Senator Scott Out oi Danger. DENVER, Sept. 18. United States Senator Nathan B. Scott of West Vir crinia. who has been seriously ill with illeocollf is at the Brown Palace hotel in this city, is bow pronounced out of danger by the attending physicians. ORDER OF NOTICE. State of Connecticut, New Haven County, New Haven, Sept 17, A. D. : 1903. v; ' l;:v-v, r Upon the complaint of the said Jo seph Billings t .praying, for reason a therein set forth for a judgment an nulling a marriage, now pending be fore the superior court in and for New Haven county to be held on. the first Tuesday of Octofber, A. D. 1903, it ap pearing to and "being, found oy the subscribing authority that the said de fendant has gone to parts unknown; .therefore . .. Ordered, that notice of the pendency of said complaint be given toy publish lag this order in tire Wat&rbury Even' ing . Democrat, a newspaper printed . in said county, once a week, three .weeks successively, commencing on or before the 18th day of September, A. D. 1903. -. JOHN S. FOWLER, 1 Clerk of the Superior Court for New Hwven county. 9-18-26-28 J. Littleiohn h Go.; y Cor BANK and GROT Sts MSGALL.1qN -PATTERHSvly We have secured the agency for these patterns, It is not a1 new pattern. Ithas been making tor itself a reputation since 1870, and is now sold in many of the taigesjt stores in the country. All seams allowed. Easiest understood pat terns made. The most stylish. No bother and no guesswork. With seam and outlet allowance, there is no waste of material. The only pattern with perforations showing the exact basting and sewing lines. i This feature is not found "in any other pattern. Why pay 25 or 30 cents for a pattern when you can get the best for ' 10 or 15 cents. We invite our customers to give" this pattern a thorough trial and help us to make not only this department a success ( but all other departments. Instructor of STAGE AND SOCIETY Beginners' classes now forming Open daily. I'S Lessons $5. Citizens' Bank Building.) TACQUES OPERA HOUSE ENTIRE WEEK, MONDAY, SET 14. MATINEES EVERY DAY. ewer oeRVV 4 co. - IN "The Saintly Mr. Billings." FERNANDEZ-MAY TRIO. Six Other Big Acts. Prices 10c, 20c, 30c; matinees, 10c and 20c; ladies 10c. POLI'S THEATER WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY, FRI - DAY, SEPTEMBER 16-1S. Matinee on Wednesday. -Ford & Merritt's Bjg Scenic ! Produc tion of The Gates of Justice. Prices 25c, 35c. 50. Matinee 25c, children 15c. Sale of seats Tuesd'ay, September 15. POLI'S THEATER T)ISTKICT OF WATER BURY, SS PRO--- bate Court, Sept. 17th. 1803. Estate of Kate G. Slater late of Waterbury In said district, deceased. j . , ; Upon the application of Annie P. Slater, prayinsr that letters of administration may be granted on said estate and an instrument in writing, ptirportins to be the last will and tes tament of said deceased may be proved, ap proved, allowed and admitted to probate, as per application on file more fully appears, it is ORDERED, that said application be heard and determined,at the Probate office in Water bury insaid District, on the 34th day of Sept. A. D.,1903, at 9 o'clock in the forenoon, and that notice be given of the pendency of said applica tion and the time and place of hearing thereon by publishing the same one time in some news paper having a circulation in said district By order of Court, James J, Cassin. Clerk. ROME NAD E GIVEN BY THE WATERBURY MILITARY BAND, AT CITY HALL, Saturday Evening, Sept. 19, 1903 Admission 25c. 9-18-2 Dancing and Deportment. Miss Lorette . Hawthorne Hayes 'will repoen her classes in Dancing and De portment'the third week in October in Friendly league hall. Notice of date hereafter. Arrangements for classes can be made at residence, 486 North Main street. Particular attention paid to private pupils. Miss Hayes is a graduate of the Gil bert Normal School of Dancing, Bos ton, Mass. D-14-7W Dancing School Opened. Professor Provost, the well known dancer and teacher with twenty years' experience in Waterbury, has re opened his school of dancing in Meigs block, 109 Bank street, where be will devote his whole attention to dancing. Young people who are not satisfied with the progress they are making in other schools, or who are dissatisfied with the methods employed, will find it to' their advantage to attend this school. I will start my second new beginners' class the 18th of September. All those wishing to join -may call at the school on or before that date. On the 21stvof September will start an ad vanced class for dancers only ; prices will be $4 and $5 per twenty-four les sons. Open daily. . SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. ' " " Matinee and Night. The .Great Idyllic Success, "Under Southern Skies?' Written by Lottie Blair Parker, au thor of "Way Down. East" Prices 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c, $1; mat inee A25c and 50c. Sale of seats Frlv day, Sept IS." " I" pOLPS THEATER. MONDAY EVENING, SEPT 21. Last Season's Great Success, : : M' A RY SHAW(: . In Hendrik Ibsen's Masterpiece, OHO STS - ; x '. PENNY A WORD ADVS. v FOR SALE Fine gold filled watch, only $7. Need the money. This is a big bargain. Address, 'A. H.," Democrat office. v 9-18-6 WANTED A trustworthy gentleman or lady in each county to manage busii ness for an' old established house of solid financial standing. A straight, bona - fide weekly salary of $18 paid by check each Monday, with all expenses, direct from headquarters. Money advanced for ex penses. Enclose addressed envelope. Man ager, 370 Caxton Building, Chicago. LOST On the 17th irrst., about 5 p. m., Fox terrier pup, white and black spots. Name, "Skip." Finder rewarded at 83 East Main. 9-18-3 MEN'S FURNISHING MAN WANTED : Must have a thorough knowledge of the business, and be capable of managing department. In answering state experi ence, salary: expected and give references. Address, "Competent," Democrat office. 7-19-tf PIANO BARGAINS Special bargains on two second-hand . pianos, but little used. Will sell cheap for. cash or on easy payments to right party. Charles H. Percy & Co., 145 Bank street. ' , 9-17-3 EARE OPPORTUNITY Party leaving city desires to dispose, of piano but little used. A great ' bargain. Address, Box 1208 City. ,. . . 9-17-3 Prices 25c, 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50.' Sale of seats Saturday, September 19. pO LI'S THEATER, ' SUNDAY EVENING. SEPT V ' GEMS OF SONG AND BEAUTY A Grand Picture Exhibition by the AMERICAN MOVING PICTURE GO With an Hour of Illustrated Songs. Price, 25c to all parts of the house. Seats on sale Saturday, September 19, and at 6 p. m. Sunday. QU'S THEATER WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPT, 23. Tlie Hilarious Colored Screamer! The Big Colored Comedy Co., THE SMART SET 50 COLORED PEOPLE. ; I JLL BCT MY LA5r"5TlTCH ON plSMAND IOR RENT Tenement in" Simonsville. 200 feet from car track. Inquire at John Lawlor's, South Main street. Simons ville. ' ;. ,; - : -' ' 1 9-17-3 WANTED Young man to collect for Eagle Tea Co. 'Apply, at once at Bank hotel, after 7 p. m. Call for. Mr. Goldman. ; - 9-17-3 SECOND HAND HOUSEHOLD FURNI- v TURE SALE The household and office furniture of the late A. R. Morgan, M. D.1, now on private sale. Call daily af ter 10 a. m., at 50 Leavenworth Street-. - . .:'- V; . ' 9-16-tf "1T ANTED Cash for Furniture. Carpets T and Ranges, for which we will give a discount of 25 per cent this week to ad vertise space in old Rink. Twining Co., 196 Bank. . - ; 9-16-3 FOR ' SALE Furniture, Ranges and Car ' pets on S'hich we offer a cash discount of 25.- per cent - to advertise 4,500 feet of floor space.. v J. G. Twining, 196 Bank. ' :'" .,. 9-163 ' TOR RENT Five rooms, first floor. In ' quire 137 Clark St.', corner Washing ton Avenue.; ' , 9-16-3 LOST Tuesday afternoon at Polfs the : ater. a pocketbook containing ring and sum of money. Reward if returned to box office. , .9-16-3 . Prices 25c, 35c,. 50e. Sale of seafs Tuesday, Sept'22. STRAYED OR" STOLEN, from Prospect . Road, September- 6; yellow puppy, four. white feet., Reward for information of its whereabouts. R. D. route, box 19. , .:,-:-:-';. i.. 9-16-3 OR SALE English and 'Fitch ferrets. L. B. Atwood, 83 Cole street. 9-16-tf rjo RENT-; street. -Two ' rooms. 40 William : 9-16-6 7OR' " SALE Cpnlon' Brothers property - - 'oti" South ' lVlain St,, also Shelving, Counters, Show Cases, Mirrors, Cloak Racks, Shoulders Seats,. Store . Fixtures of every department. Conlon Brothers. : .,, ,.' 9-14-tf A PROTESTANT Lady wishes a . position in widowers' family. Best of references given. Address "N. B.," Waterbury. General Delivery. 9-14-6 WANTED Guns, locks and carriaga tires to repair Keys fitted. All work promptly done and satisfaction guar an teed. J. Youmans. 9-f2-tf TO RENT Tenement of 6 rooms, with all improvements. Apply to Mrs. M. A. Thompson, 320 Baldwin street. 9-lMf TT ANTED Boy 15 or 16 years old to ' learn drug bsslness. Call at Demol crat office. 9-9-tf TjlOUrn Room for four more boarders J- at the Broadway Stables, rear of Poli'a theater. Business teams to let by th week, C. Kilbourn, Prop. 9-5-tf . -. TO RENT Storage rooms, $1 and $2 monthly. Inquire of John Morlarty. . 7-7-tf . " FOR SALE Best Trunks and Umbrellas at very low prices. Trunks and Um brellas repaired. All .'work guaranteed. 87 East Main street, next to Immaculate Goo-' ception church. 8-8-tf - WANTED Repairing of all kinds;- BU " cycles, Cash Registers, Typewriters, Lawn Mowers, etc, Safes opened. Chas. Messer, Phoenix Ave.- ' 4-4 l6m 16 YOU want a truss ? If, so go to Water U bury Drug Co.i corner. East Main and Spring streets, and get the advice of an ex perienced truss man, who has sold'hun-v, dreds of trusses to satisfied oustomers. . . .. -7-9Hf TTTANTED To sell the v best made ' Watches, Chains, Rings, or any other jewelry at the lowest prices. AH work warrantedr as represented 1 or money refunded.' Repairing in all its branches. Work called for and delivered ' free of charge. B. Ruby, '172 South Mam Street "Yf ANTED Mechanics and, workingmen i y who do not go home at vnoon to call and get one of our 20c' dinners. You will, be surprised at the meal we can ; give you, and you will never more be satisfied with a cold dinner, . If you take your best meal after your day's work is ,over, we can. giva you a good lunch for- 15c. at the noon hour, including a' cup of good hot coffee. -Avery's Restaurant, South Main street, Opposite Union.-,'.;'.: 1 : ''', 7S-tf j , r,-,.": . -v MANAGER WANTED Trustworthy lady or gentleman to manage business in this coun.ty and adjoining territory for well and favorably knownNhouse of solid finan cial standing. $20 straight cash salary and expenses paid each Monday by check di rect from headquarters. Expense money advanced ; position permanent, Address, Manager, 610 Monon Building, Chicago, 111. . v - 8-31 w FOR RENT 2 stores, 3 offices on second ' ' floor and large Cloak room in rear of offices. ; Connected or separate. Speak quickly.'. Co&lonJBrothers., 9i4tf Wf ANTED--Sewmg machine operators J. V on corsets.; : Any young man who can run foot, or steam power sewing ma chines can do this work. ' Steady work at highest wages. For ' particulars address The Warner Brothers Company, Bridge port, Conn. .... ;:,.Ti:,;j;, : 9-14-6 WANTED Several persons of character and good . repulation . In each state (one in this coemty required) to represent and advertise old established, wealthy busi ness house of solid firiancial standing. Sal ary $21 ( weekly with expenses additional, all payable in cash direct each Wednes- dav from head offices. Horse and carriage , furnished when necessary. References. , Enclose self addressed envelope. Colonial, Caxton Building, Chicago, 8-31-30 TXTANTED-$5,000 lost on the yacht races, U , and tnow you are short. Come to Uncle Green. Cash advanced on all per sonal property at easy rates. If you are a winner, then we can sell you a nice dia mond for your sweetheart, a ring, if she said yes," a gold watch and chain that keeps correct time. Business on tna quiet. Great bargains in unredeemed pledges. Some thing, you never saw the like of. M. Green, 213 Bank street. ' " ' ' TTTANTED Old soldiers and .widows ol , t t soldiers to know that I secure, pen sions without delay: Pension vouchers ex , ecuted. Georgo Robbiris, 63 Center street ' (Post 49, ' G. Ay R.) Insurance, notarj r , 4 ' HOTEL PROPERTY FOR SALE with S acres of land. 20-room house. furnished complete; large barn4cehonse, poultry house; established for years- Best of reasons for sellinfr. locaceu in' Westfield, Mass. Price $4,500. Ternjg easy. - Open for inspection, re flection and investigation ' Consult C, S. Lang:; Room 12, 151 Bank Si REAL. ESTATE. ofited I Every lady to know that we are going to sell for 10 days only, Iron Bed Spring and Mat f. tress for.. ' 1 ;:;;'-:::' 'S-;;V; Metropolitan Household Goods Co. 201 EAST MAIN. ' i.i . Geiuine Rhode Island Clam Bake GIVEN UNDER AUSPICES OF PASTIME ATHLETIC CLUB AT FOREST PAKK. . SUNDAY, SEPTEAiBER 27, :t)3. Tickets $1,25. For sale by D. J. Finnegan. 9-15-5 v''.;XO:'R'feISX,, ' Single. house of sis rooms, contain all modern improvements, located iu the north end; rent $12. . Also, four-room tenement on East Main street; rent $8. -' J. T. -PHELAN. 42 Raul: Street. Tats iovatoR ' LANNEN & McEVOY, Residence on Prospect street; 2 family house and 1 acre of land on Cooke street; city property; house and lame lot on Dublin street; also two lare business blocks on two of the principal business streets. Let ,, us vrhisper the prices to you.v . ' 340 North Main street, corner Sparse Carnival - and - Promenade Given by . . . BROOKLYN ATHLETIC CLUB, 4.T B. A. C. IIALrL, SEPT. 1 2 to 19, 1 903. ADMISSIPN ....... ..T.. 10 CENTS. Brown & Grane. LEARN TP DANCE at Miss Nellye Reed's select school for dancing and deportment. ;' Lessons given in Knights of Columbus hall, East Main street. Saturday evenings of each week for advanced pupils. Wednesday evenings of each week for beginners. Afternoon classes for children now forming. Private lessons by appoint ment., "Positively no failures." UNDERTAKERS 144 East Main Street TEL.. 1225 NigHt Calls H. J. Cran, 36 Elizabeth Street. T. H. Brown, 144 East Main Street Made of the Crop of 1.9 O'O The ran Who Smokes The JUDGES CAVE CIGAR is a Lover of Fine Tobaooo----BBE3s F. D.. G.RAVB.M-fg. New Haven, Cotiii.