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WATEBBURY-' EVENING DEMOCRAT. FRIDAY, DEOEMBEB 19,1903.
: IT'S! BEAUTY 1 Well, you bet it's beautiful. Our Cal-, endar this year i an ornament to any home. It is a 22x15 banner and pre sents the picture, of .the much talked of Mary -Ann's youngest little girl. It's reallv too bad Mary Ann didn't use better Judgmeot.wheri she was buying the Poor little'' innocent's hat, for her hat instead of 'being the flat almost straight pointed up-to-date, is just one ear ahead'oftbe times, and is .the Rtrle which will. be all the go in 1904. ' Then again Mary Ann ddn't teach her how to hold up hpr..d.re?s correctly be cause it's the front she's holding up Instead of the back a:tid unfortunately she shows how luiuey hosiery looks when the? are too large; for in the pic-. ;t.ufe one of them ha taken a drop and " the other is goinc to. do likewise. Be that as It may.'she wears a, real Wa terbury smile, which means a. sure cure for any .cas of the blues. Tf you sre bothered -with' the latter .just look in our window Thursday, December 17, nd see if we. are telling the truth. Beginning on the above date and con tinuing until Christmas eve each pur chaser of a.pougd of Tea. or Coffee will be presented with our 1904 sou venirfree." Remember you. must make the purchase to secure the " calendar. And by the -way, don't forget we are the leaders "in 'selling fine quality of Tea. Coffee and, Butter at a reasonable price.1 ' "If .you; doubt us.we.knqw of no way by .which we can convince un less vou give us a trial at Hhelan's T Store. POPULAR OLD -DOMINION LINE Mate most 'attractive routes to ... Norfolk, Old Point Comfort. Virginia Beach, Richmond, Va., and Washington, D. C Steamers sail dally except Sunday from Pier 26, North River, foot of Beach street. New York. ; Tickets., including meals and state rcotn accommodations, $8.00 one way, tlS.OO round trip, and upwards. , Tickets and stateroom reservations et pier.. . , -. :- ' ' ' ' :-. Send stami? for Jllusrra red boot. OLD DOUINiOH STEAMSHIP CO.. SI Beach street. New York, N. T. II., B. WALKER. Trafiic Manager. J. J. BROWN. O. P. A. 'fth&'Shdp" ' CITY NEWS Rev Either Crowley of St Thomas is around, again after a siege of rheV mutism. Ed ward, Kinney, an employe of the Boys' club, fell down a stairway in the building at the corner of. West Main and North Willow streets yesterday, afternoon. He was badly shaken up, but not seriously hurt. Waterbury folks are always N we' corned by their 'Naugatuck' friends. To morrow evening Companion. Court Minerva. I. O. F., of the rubber town win entertain several members of our popr.'iition. . Whist and dancing , 'vM. be the order of the night. New Christmas ideas in hair brush es, combs, mirrors, puff boxes, cream jars, whisk' brooms,, military 'brushes, manicuring articles, at the lipson Jew, elry-Co. . ..'! Large Consignment of Pepper u- Whiskey , Carpets. "' . Linoleum, ;:; Portieres. ; . Draperies.' ; j Lace Curtains. Window Shades Etc. All ". useful Christmas Gifts. Select now and have goods delivered when desired. ; The Lapalme-Hoffman Co 158-162 Grand SL Helpful Holiday Hints, I HAVE received from the Distillery; of James B. Pepper & Co, Lexington, Ky, a large consignment of the genuine Pep per whiskey. I wish to, warn the public against' the fraudulent James E. Pep per Whiskey The same is a good imi tation of the genuine distillery bottflng, but the contents contain the cheapest of 1 spirits. You . are sure to .get the genuine article at my store, as the Bill Posters all over the city state emphati cally that I 'am the sole: agent for the James B. Pepper, the best Whiskey on earth; P. S. -Special Inducements . to pur chasers of our Pepper Whiskey. Mail or. telephone orders will receive our prompt attention. JOHN- J, SHEEHA WHOLEiSALE WINES & LIQUORS. Warehouse, 223 South Main St. Opposite Grand. i,, ,. r p -I.- , ........ ,1J(lTir.. f. Kl M t ' '.).M I, ' ' i i. il i ii t,..".i. ' i u. )i hi i. M i jiiijarTn1'111 F you1 are going .to enjoy winter sports we1 want you to see the line of Woolen Tarns and Toques v We are showing. They iare in the ' correct colors and styles at prices that detract nothing from their attractiveness. . 146 S0UX.H.MA1N. STREET. Finst door south '.off old entrane. . 1. GHASE TiiGaiillMPeckGo Ghrisfmas Presents Why .'. puzzle: ' what ; to , give ? --' Read the list. , A FEW PERTINENT SUGGESTIONS $25,000 WORTH Bonnet Brushes Hat B.rushes Cloth Brushes ' Table" Bells " ; Button Hooks Shoe Horns ; . Nail Files UNDERTAKING UNDER . STATE CONTROL. Tjtider taking now is reccgnjred prctfEsJon under thlawR of tfte stae where everv emi-almer . xnust past, a technical examination before' the "Siate Board. ?f Em balmerft." The ' average uo'Jertafeer . in tb e '.psst knew no mor about the laws ol disease or health than he did about his relations with the planet Mars, MrnytUnes he carried the germs of disease around from house to house ' As in the days of : tlja deadly Ice Box, which we were the first to co'ndenin 95 years ago in this city. JOHN MORIARTY;) JOS. C. MORIARTY Embaliners. .. tfloriarty & Callahan ' . "undertakers' 157 Broadway Telephone Pork Loins, 8c lb Fresh Shoulders, 6c lb Pork Sausage, 8c lb Legs Lamb, 7 . ' . 10c and 12c lb Begin jour Christina buying , here. We have a superb line of those dainty articles' of use and ornament that make the most appropriate and wel come Christmas 'gifts. Fancy Goods and Toilet Articles and Perfumes are here in great variety and all at the rery lowest' prices. , HOOTS PHARMACY " Cor Scovill and South Main Sta. 1C1QH.' Prof Coultsr. Spaciali'sf. , .staDusheaii3i. ThoTOvjsrh examination fordiseases. refraetir rxrors sod amide weakness. Holdfast for evZ s lasses. Eyewater for weali eyes. r . 95 Bank t Over the, Upson, Singleton & Co. Gliristmas Gifts. Come in. and. see onr new line of Watches , . . ','. Manicure Sots Rings . - , . Toilet Sets Brooch, Ping : ' - Smokinjr ets fMarf Pns Shaving Sets Cuff Buttons Rosary Reads Sterling Silver Novelties. .Watch our -windowH during the holi THE OAFFKEY JEWELRY GO, 2 koutp: Special Prices on all . Pot Roasts Beef Castle's Corner. ' ' " Silk Petticoats Umbrellas' Neck Scarfs Ladies' Coats Children's Coats Irish Point Goods Ladies' Sweaters i Children's Fur Sets ' Nail, Polishers Shawls - ' ' Letter Openers Suspenders Blotters Silk Mufflers : ' . Manicure Scissors - Men's Handkerchiefs ; 1 . ETmbroidery Scissors Men's and Boys.' Sweaters " Cuticle Knives Bath Robes - Paper Cutters Hosiery; , ; , r Match Safes Q loves Dirner Blls. Neckwear , Teething Rings . . Boys' Overcoats and. Clothing Ires Suit Cases ' Hair . Brushes Combs Toilet Sets Military Brushes Hand Mirrors , Manicure Sets Tea Pots Carving Sets Tea Kettles Steam Cookers ! Oil . Heaters Clothes Hampers .... . Chafing Dishes ' - Etc Etc . ' ThefllerPeGkCo iailhiot's How Store 151 SOUTH MAIN STREET. Why puzzle over "what- to give?"' READ THE FOLLOWING And gain valuable information re garding goods for gifts. Pilhyvy: Shams ' and Scarfs, . Comfort ables, Mufflers, Umbrellas, Handker chiefs,, Perfume, House' Wrappers,, Dressing. Sacques. Chlldrw'sY Dress es, .Fine . Bedspreads .. Fancy ' Sus penders," Neckwear. Underwear, Golf Blouses, Sweaters, etc. , . ,. Cnrne Sweepers j Trrkfsh Rugs Sofa PiJlowg Card Tables Couch Cover Lace Curtains Harnesses Fur Robes Table Covers v Etc Etc FIRE JEWELRY Sent in on consignment to fee . . ' sold at '',' 50c oil the Dollar. COMPRISrNG Watches, Chased and Stone Set ;-, We Have Your Gliristmas Piano Come and Get it. F. II. LEWIS I CO 24 EAST MAIN STREET. SHOES-AS A ! PRESENT. No matter, what other gifts tike your fancy, you can do, nothing vrisrer than to come and look at What we have to show you in. Shoes and Slipuers, Therp isn't a variety under the sun that ts not represeuted iai our assortment, fTom the daintiest little specimen that ever adorned a dainty little foot to the shop of stouter build for. foot of st.-nttl build. How some gifts will please those? ! you want to please, or whether they Will plea.se them at all. you can only guess; but oair shoes will be aeceptab!3 without being told. ATE GIVE GREEN STAMrS. ' . It T.JUDING M 1 """V KELLY SAYS If you have any ; new milch cows, or some that will be new in a few weeks, send a postal card or tele phone to him; r LY; The Baker Lorgnette and Neck Chains, Cuff Buttons, Brooches, Scarf Pins, Bracelets in Solid Gold, Gold Filled and Ster ling Silver. AND OUR OWN STOCK AT HALF FORMER PRICES. Manicure Sets, Shaving Sets, -Toilet Sets, . Wave Crest Ware; ' ! Atomiz- : ers, - . Plate Glass Mirrors; all 'at; 1-3 Their Value.; FOR USEFUL PRESENTS AT A SMALL COST WE HAVE GLOVES in kid, fabric and golf 'styles, start- ins a.t - , '. - ' 17c Kid Gloves, , . 59c , . APRONS. Ladies' White Aprons Jn ' plain Hani-. burg and la;e trimmed, dainty, at .... , i2V2c HANDKERCHIEFS. In cotton; linen, initial in linen or silk; also' lace ' In- - embroidery " 1 trimmed. . i : .. . POOKETBOOIvS " AND - - - CII ATE- . LAINES. ; Ladies' Pocketbooks, starting- at ' 15c Ladies' real alligator Chatelaines, , $10 value, . , . $i.00 MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. Skirts, Gowns. Drawers," Chemisje -and Corset Covers all at half price y INFANTS' "WEAR. Infants' long and shrort Dresses. ' former price $1. ; 50c Infants' Booties a low as , . oc Infants' silk " embroidered wool Shawls, 40c Infants? all "wool '.. flannel Skirts; ' from $1. v '; , ; G9c COMFORTABLE: Donbl. ribbed Comfortables. - ' 73c A $2.25 white corded, cotton filled sateen , Comfortable, now. $1.60 WAISTINGS. Fine fleece lined "Wai'stings; from 25c. 12 12 c. Fine all -vrool TTaistinss.",from 75cr .50c Lansdowne, from $1.25. S5c Evening shades in Dress Goods at just half former lDTice. - . DRESS.; GOODS. . See what we-are offefing in 'Dress Goods at , ' - : 25c OPTICAL ' 'DEPARTMENT Glasses made : and -fitted to correct all errors of vision. Satisfaction guar anteed. All examinations and tests free of charge. We test each eye sep arate, thereby correcting all defecte. We entreat all "who 'can' to do their Xmas shopping as early as possible as the last week 'with our limited staff, it w-ill be impossible to gite all the'atteu. tion w would like to. - North Pole, Dec 18th, 1903. My Dear Little Bqy or Girl: . , you will bring this Coriucopia ,to me. on Monday or Tuesday, December 2 1st or 226, I will fill it for you witji ' ' , ' ' , , ' ' DBLrIC.IQ'U' "CANDY - I expect a great many other little boys and girls, and in order that you may not be hurt, I must asfc you to come with one of your parents. ,' BRING THIS CARD WITH YOU To J. B. MUIXINGS & SON'S "Boys' Store," '88 to 96 South Main street, Waterbury, Conn, where I am making my headquarters this year. Lwill be greatly disappointed if I don't see you., . Your old friend, : ; : , : 1 -. santa ctAus. (The above printed on a card and .attached to a cornucopia has been spread broadcast the past week:) I We want every boy and girl in this city to receive some of our candv for Christmas. . It doeg not make any dif- ference whether you are one , 01 our customers or not, this is our Christmas treat and ive want you to ' enioy iti Santa Claus will be at our boys store on Monday and Tues day. The candy he distributes will, be niade by Kelly, the baker; he guaran- "ji. , '- r---A'-. ' ' ; tees it pure. Our stores look very handsome in their holiday trim. Our ' ' - r ' stock was never larger or more at tractive than at the present time, Our Bank Street store contains everything that men require and bur Sjquth Main Street store looks , f '- - . 1 j'-v. j-'- : out for the boys aiid girls, besides cloth ing it is well stocked w i t h Sweaters, Caps, Tarns, Toques, Gloves, Underwear, Hose, etc. You are safe when you buy from Jones, "Morgan & Company r Shoe ; 0 PC' Is a busy part of this busy store, because in the search for ''Gifts Practical' footwear is always pii the list. S3.00 Shoes For SI.95 Is the way we're cleaning out one or two extra lines that means active shoe selling' while these last. - ..v." . . . -?v ':. "Tearabout" shoes for boys $1.50. ' Slippers, for boy or man $1.00 to $300. Boys Rubber Boots $2.00 to $3.25. . : V.. j... Jones, Morgan & Gompany, I G SI And Low Prices for Christ- mas Trade. CROWDED WITH STObK. COME AXD SEE OUR OW PRICES ' BOTTLED GOODS MARKED DOWN TO HALF PRICE. BIG REDACTION IN WINES AND LIQUORS. Old .CrQTr Whisker, . , Sherwood Whiskey, , Hei'mitage Whiskey. Good Rye and Bourbon, Flue Old St Croix Rum, FIne Old New England Runa,2.00 50c Gal. ; $3.00 3.00 . 3.00 .2.00 , 3.00 Qi. 7oc 75c 75c 50c 75c ; Gal:,- Qt. 3.00 75 '2.0Q 50c 3.00 75c 2.00 50c . 3.00 75c California Wines.. .75c to 1.00. 25c ' WE HAVE A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BOTTLED GOODS. " We keep all popular" brands of Whiskies. Irish ond Scotch, Mount Vernon; Finch, Wilson, Hunter, Duffy, Malt, Monogram., , See our price list.. Order by mail delivered free. ' Ladies' room in the rear, on Union street, for ladies only. : ' Fine 9Jd Cider Brandy, Gotd Cider Rrandy. : Fine Old Holland Gin, Good American Gin, Best Imported .Wines, FRANK BROTHERS & CO Opposite Grand street Corner South Main and Union .Streets. WaterbsryCosn. . k - Telephone 113-6.' ' " "' ' Mechanical Toys. SKates, Sleds, Jerseys, : Ingersoll Dollar Watches, Cutlery, Sporting Goods. SEE OUR LINE FOR XMAS. THE D. B, WILSON COMPANY 13, 15 AND 17 BROADWAY. D.M.STEWART FUNERAL DIRECTOR and '- , embAlmer. '. . '. , ,212 NORTH MAIN STREET. . Residence, 247 Grove street. Tele phone at store and house. , MBcrgin& Sons UNDERTAKERS, and PRACTICAL EM3ALMERS. 1 The Window ullings on. i ' . . . .11.1.. : ' tiCUt, WIXO everjiumj aeeueu iui business to be shown in warerooras. from the plainest line of goods to the most modern. Experienced afld gen- itlemanly help to attend to your wants I at r nisrht. Modern Ilearsea in (black and' white; rubber tired Hacks; rubber. tired Ambulance on call.'. Night calls apswered by.Thomas 1 Berlin, 75 South 15,1m street, or District offlce. P East Main treet. cr at , residence, 103 Walnut street Tel?phoDjp at store 60S-4, at tidnce 233-Z f. of Waterbury, show (better, than anr advertisement I can write) vho anion'? the shoe men has had the erve (business confident) ""t iu a Big Stock OfSlippei r.Q one adequate for 60,000 people, aside from 30.000 others who come to Water bury at Christmas time. . Dodge fig ures, 1st, that, with some shops a little dull (all will be lively after January l.i, people will give useful presents. -2nd. what better than Slippers, Legrglns. Arctics and Boots? .3d, if Dodge has double the stock of others they must come to the Slipper King. , Wednesday night's crowd (for ! a starter) showed how great a ' prophet is the . ' ' . .. .. ' Ml