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V WATimiTRY EVENING TdJMOCRAT. MONDAY, DECEMBER 28, 190& J. ' HAPPINESS. Is what we all look for at the begin ning of each year. . Yes, a bappy uew jar and a continuance of that same is our -wish to everyone, and let us all begin on January 1, 1904, and say we will be nappy. Of course if i people ' -won't "swear off" who are in tbe habit St drinking tne infernal stuff wh"ch. undermines their health and brings disease-to their brains they must not ex pect bapplness.&nd it's almost as injuri ous to drink bad, poor tasting tea or woffee. Where the above beverages are used people must not expect happi ness Buy some Tea or Coffee at our store and see if It is the quality that brings happiness into your home. Sp aking of happiness reminds us of the picture on the 1904 calendar -which We are going to give to each purchaser o? a pound of Tea or Coffee, on Satur day. January 2. 1904. It's the picture of a brass buttoned, blue coated club swinger, better known as a "cop." He . is cauarbt in "the act" while paying his httentiotis to a servant or. nurse at 3 o'clock (we believe in the afternoon), and it looks very mucTi as though he knows Just what he is doing. . We pre sented one of them io one of our com ing board of - public safety the other flay &nd he said it was his opinion "ther ail do it," and he also said he didn't think that it could ever be stopped. "By, the way, we have a lim itfvl mimhfir rtf 'fh above calendars and we cannot promise you one unless Ton make your purcnase on .January Tlicre will be great specnlating as to whiph "cop" it reallv represents. Re in emteT our 27-ent Butter Is the nice tasting kind. Try some from Phelan's T Store. 1903 DECEMBER' 1903 SUA I0H. TUBS. TED. TEUB. TO. SIT. 1 2 3 4 5 T 7 8 TTo U 12 T3T7 T5"l6 17 18 HT 20 "21 22 23 24 "25 26 27"28 29 30 .... 'The Democrats SPEICAL OFFER f FOR 1 904......... Smiley's Famous Cook Book and Universal Household Guidci A $2.15 Book to every subscriber to the Democrat who pays one year, ' $5.00, in advance. v ' x The Book contains 1.000 pages and more than 5.000 Receipts as well , as hundreds of illustrations. Copies of the book will be sold. to read ers of the Democrat who do .not care to pay a full year in advance for $1.00. . ' Those who desire to pay monthly or quarterly in advance, by so doing can secure . 7 xThe Woman's Home Companion ' - " ' a first-class household magazine. It Is free to every subscriber tnat pays in advance. Subscribers that avail themselves of this offer can pay monthly, quarterly or yearly. In advance. . "The Shop" Rtigs. Carpets. Linoleyrru . . ...... Portleresi. ... Draperies. - Lace Curtains. Window Shades, Etc. . All " useful' Christmas Gifts. ' Select now and ' have goods delivered when desired. Tb tapalme-Holfman Co 158-162 Grand St. k J. I Helpful Holiday Hints. Eegin your Christmas 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 ToIlejArticIes and Perfnmpa are here in great variety and all at the very lowest prices. , NUGEHfS PHARMACY Cor Scorlll and South Main Sts. ILL PAY YOU to look at the bargralns offered la WATCHES . ist this store, A specialty made of , nne. -veaamg, Rinjps... You can al ways et your Watch. Clock or Jewel , ry Repairing and Ensravlniar don bera F. P. BECTON, Ko 25 EAST MAIN TTREET, With J. H. Devereaux & Co. iiristmas Gifts, Come-In and see our now line of Watches v : . . . Manicure Set? Kings , Toilet Sets Rrooch Pins .Smoking Sets Scarf Pins Shaving Sets Cuff Button Eosary Beadsl . Sterling Silver Novelties. Watch ow windows during the holi d.jys. ; - COMING EVENTS Entertainments. . Fairs and Sociables of Local Interest Dec 29 Re-union of the class of '03 at Leavenworth hall. ' Dec 30-Stmshine Athletic cluVa fourth annual promenade at Speeawell hall. Iec 30 Promenade by North End Social club at Turn hall, Jefferson street . Lrec 31TD?relborg Iorfe. 6. of V., Cance ami fsHr-al at CiAA WeMnvcs,' hall. Dec 31 Fourth annual dance given by Ushers and Stage Hands at Colum bus hall, Naueratuck. . Dec 31 French-Canadian Institute's nineteenth ' annual promenade , and cTance at Jaeoues axiditoHum, Dec 31 Fifth annual dance given by i -i Franco-American club at Speedwell hall. . '. Jan 1 Prof Provost's reception to scholars anj friends at Odd Fellows' Mil.: 1 . '. .rV ' Jan 2 Promenade by the Waterbury Military band at City hall. Jan 2 Grand concert and dance by the Second division. A. O. H., of Nau gatuck, at Columbus hall. Nausratuck. Jan 2 Conctrt. entertainment .and ball by Banner GMee clnb at Gem opera honse. Nausratuck. Jan 3 pture by John Spargo on "Social Conditions." auisoices of branch Socialist clnb. No 2, at Congress hall. Jan 9 Entertainraent given ; by Brass Workers' local, 186, at Congress hall. . .. Jan 11 Whist party and. dance civen by . the Theta Sisrma society of the Waterbury high school at Knights of Columbus hall. ' Jan 13 Goodwill Social club. 4th annual concert and . promenade at SnPdwpll hall. Jan 15 Phoenix Social clnVg first so ciable and dance at Odd Fellows ' 11. Jan 16 Smoker given by Bakers and Confection Workers, local 155, at Con gress hIL Jan 27. Ivory Workers union 2d annual promenade and dance at Speedwell hall. -Jan-' 2S Airon and hecktle party at Turn .hall. Scovill street Jan. 29 Seventh anniversary of St Msry!s T. A. . society at Leavenworth hall. . . - .. . . Jan 29-Feb S St Thomas'a church Feb 6 Mirhvlnter recention and dance of Prof J. S. Sullivan's dancing cjasf?R at Coiumous hall, Naueatuck. Feb 9, 10. 11. 12. 13. 15 Carntval by Company G. C. N. G.. at City hall. - PAY PROMPTLY Subscribers, to the Democrat who are receiving the Woman's Home Companion as a premium should pay their subscriptions promptly if they wjsh their names continued oh the list 'Names are sent away about the 20th. of each month, and those whose .subscriptions fall due before that should pay before Ji?t if seat in order to secure the next . number of the magazine.' " THE 8AFFIIEY JEWELRY CO. 2 Konri;:.iN sxnr-cr. CITY NEWS A son has been born to Mr and Mrs P. J. Nash of 46 Vine street. , Prof Provost will give a reception to his' scholars and friends next Fri day evening,, New Tear's night at Odd Fellows' hall. Dennis. .Ernest the three months' old son of Mr and Mrs John Miller ksk of 77 Bishop street died yester day. The funeral took place this af ternoon with interment In new St Jo seph's cemetery. A four years old girl belonging to Mrs Bridget Sweeney of Baldwin street fell on a piece of glass Christ mas day, receiving a gash in the face which required five stitches. Dr Mc Larney was called. Satisfaction cannot be1 bought It means a great deal. It takes weeks, even months, to find put , what you have bought and whether you are get ting satisfaction or not TJ. S. & Co give It away with every sale they make. Even In the mark down sales now going on .they claim the goods they sell are bound to" give satisfaction, and their guarantee goes.' and It gos with every garment even at mark down prices. Invthese hustling times Set what, you can. It's a pleasure to deal with a house that is square and lives np to its claims. 'A larges" crowd was present at the Y. M. C- A. meeting for men only at Jacques opera house yesterday aftei noon to hear an address by that able speaker. George L. McNutt, "The Din ner Pail Man." Mr' McNutt, who wis introduced by Secretary R. S. Ross, talked lnterestinglv on tbe subject "The Battle for Bread." The lecture was much enioyed. Vocal solos were Tfaiingly rendered bv 'Miss .Gertrude Smith. eontraUo so'oist in the Second Conarrearational church. Praypr was offerpd bv the.Bev Frederick Buckley of Trinity church. . Thomas F. Cushing 'of North Main street and Miss Etta L. Tellar, for merly of Danbury and now ofWnter bury, were married "this morning at 6:15 o'clock at the Immaculate Con ception church by the Rev 'Father Sio cum. , .".Edwin L. Tellax-, brother of the bride, was, best man, and Miss Lizzie Cushing, sister of the groom, was maid of honor. The bride 'wore a handsotnp castor costume and car ried carnations. The maid of honor was gowned in gray. A wedding breakfast was served at the home of the cri'oom. . After, a wedding tour through New York and Philadelphia Mr and Mrs Cushing will reside at 440 North Main street. They will be at home after January 3. The Upson Jewelry Co can compete with aibfeody lu their line. Christmas goods lu patches, 'table cutlery, clocks and precious stones. . rings. scarf pins j and every toilet article,.' that can be Jound anrwri.cre. in stoning suver.- ' A. son was born on Christmas eve to Mr and Mrs John Downey, 63 Riv er street Harry Katz.and Miss Pauline Bibro were married yesterday afternoon at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr and .Mrs Joseph Bibro, 82 Phoenix avenue, by the Rev Mr Holzer of the local Jewish synagogue. The pupils of Miss Nellye S. Reed's select school of dancing and . deport ment will hold a Christmas masquerade to-morrow evening in Knights of Co lumbus hall. All former pupils and friends are invited to take part John Kelly of Providence was ar rested and locked up at his own re quest Saturday evening. He has been only a few days in the city and bas been drunk since he came here. He bad nothing to say for himself . to Judge Burpee to-day an(I acted, as though it was his first time before a court of law. He was given thirty days in Jail. Shorn. i ' ..... J ' We have Shorn the profits off our Wines and Liquors for to-night. If you want anything in our line it would pay you well to buy to-night, even for future use, as such low prices were never before Known in the Liquor trade. Remember we still give a bottle of Wine Whisliey or Brandy with each $2.00 order. JOHN J. SHEEHAN Warehouse, 223 South Main St. Waterbnry's Solid Character Henry Irvtng's hijrh compliment to Watr fcury as a"Famou8 City.' started tis thlnlriDR as to the Whys aad Wherefores. Here is some -thlngfor its basis; We have twenty-five mil Jlons invested In our ' factories, we have spent five millions in new buildings in the last five years. We have a water svstem worth two millions two ' hundred thousands, which yields one hundred and forty-five thousand dollars yearly to the citv. Two entire new factories building and eight large additions in course of erection. A 800,000 hotel teinsr bult. A $80,000 hotel just completed.. ,Six flourishing banks, thirty lame school houses, and about twenty-eight chunches. Two new power houses being built for the, great Trolley System of Western Connecticut. And hun dred of thousands to be spent by the .Consoli dated Railroad in the near tnture. Hurrah for W aterbury 1 JOHN MORIARTY, , 157 Broadway. , Moriarfy & Callahan, Undertakers. Telephone. Tuesday and Wed nesday. Sugar Cured Hams, ' 10c ib Sugar Cured Shoulders, 8c lb Fresh Shoulders, 7c lb Oar Line of . POULTRY For New Year's trade will be c hoice. ' Prices low.; Market open Thursday even ing, . Closes at noon Friday. Castle's Corner. SHOES AS A PRESENT. . jvo matter what other gifts take your fancy, you can do nothing wiser than to come and loot at what we have to show you .in, . Shoes and Sllooers. There isu,t a variety under the sho tha t is not represented in our assortment from the daintiest little specimen that eA'er adorned a dainty little foot to the shoe of stouter bnil.l for feet of stouter build. How some gifts will please thosa von want to please, or whether they Will please them at all, you can only jsmoss: hut ut ws will bo acceptable without bflntr told. WT3 GIVE GREEN TRADING FT AMPS. Eir. J. t l7 Exchange Placs. Children's Christmas Millinery As usual, our counters are laden with Trimmed and Un trimmed Hats, ranging in prices from 49c upwards cover the field completely and make it easy and pleasant to make sat isfactory selections. I. CHASE TMiller&PecltCo Annual ale Of Ladies and Children's Coats. Yodr dolJarnow will do about twice s -uiuco as 'Deiore . THE MARK-DOWNS.' At $3.9S ladies9 Kei-sey Coat; two capes, all lined, was $7. At $4.98-Ladies' .Coat, tight fitted DacK, was At $5.9S Ladies' Zibeline Coat, full cape, trimmed with bands of black kersey, all lined, wa-s $10. At $7.98 Ladies' Kersey : Coat, made of Case Kersey all satin lined, iu black, castor and tan, was $12, At ' $9.&SCoatg made of zibeline . and Montaign&c cloth, were $12, $15 and - LATIES SUITS. , At $4.9$ Ladies' Suits, made of faiey mixed cloth, nerw style coat, satin lined, was $10. , CHILDREN'S COATS. At $1.49 Child's Coat, braid trimmefl, : was $2. . At $2.98 Child's Coat, braid trimmed, made of zibeline cloth, was $4. iailhiot'sfa Store 151 SOUTH MAIN STREET. Ghristmas Goods At One-Half Price, for . next week only. This 'xf ill give you a chance to save money 14 buyjng your ' ' NEW TEAR PRESENTS and also to clear our stock for next year. ' . , . - We shall give 3 TIMES the amount of GREEN STAMPS to all Umbrellas bought at $1.00 or over.' We Have Your Christmas Piano Come and Get it. . II. LEWIS & GO 24 EAST MAIN STREET. This Rooster Says 1 mm&&$i" That Kelly manu factures all his candy at his factory, 414 West yMain Street. Be sure and ask for Chocolate Cream Pepper men t. sThev are his lead ers for Christmas. Kb LLY, The Baker Granulated Sugar, 54.82. 346 SOUTH MAIN STREET. First door south of old entrance. R n Pre Now For etur sents A t Prices That Will Astonish YOU. WE WANT THE MONEY, YOU WANT THE GOObS w MTER sua Demands warm Underwear, Gloves, . etc. Looll in our north window, South Main street store and you will see what we are doing in warm underwear, at 50c. In the same window you will find samples of Cardigan JacKets, at $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4,00 and $5.00. Our stocK is full of the warmest and best Un derwear, Gloves, Cardigans Sweaters and wool Hose that you can buy. You are safe when you buy from ""ROM STREET 1XJ dTSSBT. to 96 SsQti MaiaStreet- 97 ts 103 Bank Strait Manicure Sets Just 3 Left 1 set formerly $15.00, n'o-wi 1 set formerly $20.00, noWj 1 set formerly $25.00, no-w; 5.00 Shaving Sets now, . $5.00 Albums now, $3.00 Albums now. $2.50 Sharing Sets, $7.00 1 $0.00 $12.00 $2.50 $2.00 $1.25 $1.00 Aprons. LaoUes White ' Aprons, from 19c, 10c? ladles' 25c White Aprons, includ- ing Misses ' . . : ; 15c Ladies' 50c White ' Aprons, In Small, Large and - Misses, lace or Hamburg trimmed, 25c Atomizers. See the line in our -window; not one wortli less than $?00s your . choice 4 50c Hand Painted Wave Crest Ware See what we will give you for 50c Perfumes. 50c 'bos of Perfumes, ?, bottles, Jones, Morgan & Company EVENING DRESS CLOTHES For sale or hire, $30 to $45 the suit, for hire $3.00 the suit, $2.00 for coat and vest. Right or wrong dress Suit, malies or un maKes a man. Be as particular as we are and see that our label is on yoursthen you're sure to be rig'ht. We carry the only stocK of complete sizes in the city every size on each line from 33 to 46, .slim and stout proportions as well. . : We fit you from stocK and avoid the bother of ordering'. Jones, Morgan & Company. NEW ENGLAND LIQUOR WAREHOUSE, Whiskies ' 44 American Gin 44 HoIl Gin - 44 Rurn 44 J Cider Brandy 14 California Brandy French Brandy, I50, U75, ZOO, 3.00, 4.00 40, . 50, 60, 75, 1.00 J.50, 1.75 ZOO .3.00 . 40, 50,- 75,; v -2.00, 3.00, 4:00. 5.00 , ; - 50, 75, 1.00, 1.25 1.75, 2.00, 3 00, 4.00 ' ' 50, 75, 1.00 2 CO, 3.00, 4-00 50, 75, tOO 200,3.00,4X0 . . 3.00, 4,00, 5.00. 6.00 Per Gallon Per Quart Per Gallon Per. Quart Per Gallon Per Quart Per GiUoh Per Quart Per Gallon Per Quart Per Gallon Per Gallon . Per Quart 70c , Bottle 75c. L00;i.25. L50 James E. Pepper Whiskey, distillery bottled One bottle of Whiskev 'Gin. Rum or W with every $2.00 worth of our goods for this week. Ladies room in the rear. For ladies only. FRANK BROTHERS & CO I Stf no"w Kid Gloves. All our $1.00 and $1.25 .Glo res, 50c Pictures Handsome line o Pictures, from $1.00, 40c Jewelry Solid Gold and Silver Jewelry,1 also Solid Gold Filled ; Watches, Chains, Necklaces, . Brooches, Cuff Buttons, Stone ' Set and Chased Rings, at just half or about half jv-hat single line jewelers want. Clocks Large Iron Mantel Clocks, former- 1 ly $10.00 and $12.00, now $3.9S up Rubbers Ladies' Rubbers, sizes 2- and 3, 10c Comfortables $1.00 Qomfortables now GOc Laces 20 different styles of Laces, for mer prices 10c to 20a oc Handkerchiefs Ladies' Embroidered Handker chiefs, ' ... 3c Our 25c Handkerchiefs, all linen, - lace, and embroidered, 17c, Mechanical Toys. SKaies, Sleds, Jerseys, Ingersoll Dollar Watches, Cutlery, Sporting' Goods. - SEE OUR LINE m 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. j! M-Ber gin & Sons UNDERTAKERS, and PRACTICAL EMBALMERS. The best equipped house !n Connec ticut, with everything needed for the business to be shown In warerooms. 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 F. Bergin, 75 South Elm street, or District office. F East Main street, or at residence. 102 Walnut street. Telephone at store at residcreo Z2Z 2 Russia And Jap a n are PLANNING WAR, DODGE, Iff E is planning his Spring Campaign In spite of Thursday' night's ra!j. which kept the crowd home the early part of eve, the slipper ana shoe bus iness 'was among tbe largest in out history, and now all thoughts are of spring. Some thousands of dollars' worth are now making and January 4 Dodge goes to Boston, Brocktoa Lynn and Haverhill to complete M purchases. SOUTI t A MS Iff fif fmP"F'