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W ATERBUR Y EVENING DEMOCRAT, TUESDAY, JANUARY .19, 1904.
HE THEATERS m I m h. acq u es All this week-audeville, the foxv ianos, tiarry aiiiou uuu. oiibi ; f Lawrence. Seal and v ioict. Alien, fopper.and Balle Brlmo, Bom, Berr bd maijy others t . Sunday. -Jan 3. at 4 p. m. y., m. 1. A- tneting. weaker Brigadier Alex anib of Wethrsfleld, d) visional su- arlntendent Savation Army. ?3 .; V .. POLI'S Tbtmsday vening, Jan 21. Concert y Prof ! DTwin'a , Mandolin orcnes- ml assisted by the Metropolitan quar. t, the Tomg Troubadours and tiie armony Jan jo club. 111 FrtflV Tn Tit. William FaTeP. Uveulng, .but it was a most apprecia dfy'n lTwillaI: i ive ohe. Virginia Harned and a very Mondav evening. Jan 25-Maudel dams li "The Pretty Sister of Jose,"; Thurslay eeidng. Jan 28. Rogers rotheis. , ,'-.' AUDEVILLE AT THE JACQUES. It is acrobatic comedy that has the vei rnnr t tTia. .Innnntva fViio. ,w1r r,x thto fnr-t naiira a ':noiv . onttvw ' kinment Tor the audiences. The "U ' " - '- " ' ,, our Rianos are the exponents of the , Jun, and they are the kind of acrobats pr -which Europe has long ; since be- pme noted. -They mingle their com- Jdy with novelty and sensational acro- atlc feats and so make it catchy ev- Iry minute. There Is a woman in pe- grbup, but she is quite as active er attractive arniearano fends value 1 b the act; The Rianos should prove " - - ery popular headllners at the Jacques kher acrobatic comedv of th hest t ind Is always acceptable. As a spe. ial' feature Harry Linton and the Isters Lawrence offer a .polite Rklt en- c ko.ii fut- Itled Thre of a Kind." All three roloroF nlnvorc. xn.th mi-. itc f fun of .the more refinedtype. The ! iemfllnder of th hill i 1vntf. hieny to comedy and Is introduced y Cooper ' and Bailey. . Bim, Bom, herr..Searl and Violet Allen, 'Miss kynne Wlnslow. Reed and Shaw, and he electroirraph. which has a fine pic. lurp of "Th Deserter." Prices are . 0.20 and 3a cents: afternoons 10 and 0 cents, ladles 10. THE DERWIN CONCERT. The iarce advance sal, of reserved ! feats for the Derwln mandolin orches- 'a concert In Poli's theater Thursday Jvenlng must be a source of great sat- faction to the memoers .of ; the or- anlzatlon, and they may even-surpass aeir - record of .November 14, ltKX), rhen they played to one of the largest, ' ancert audiences whicn has ever .filled ihaf theater.; Thar, three orchestras. he :rerwlii .Harmony Banjo club and be ? Youns Troubadours, are all ; - in plendid- trim and expect to surprise fven , their most ardent admirers on fiat evening. The Metropolitan., one If New -York city's leading vocal quai--tets. will at this concert make Its first fppearance in Waterbury,- and -will no oubt give our local lovers or nne smg ag a rare treat, both in their, ensem le work and solos. A special feature Yilf be: the Introtluctloh of fine orrginal omposltlons of Mr Derwin's. Some f these will shortly be published. Vhen the curtain Is raised for the first umber a most pleasing sight will meet he vlsion' of the audience. The sixty nale. and female inembers ;of the or hestra, all lri"evenltig dress, artistical y arranged on a raised vp:a.tforw bu specially for the affair, with a. beau iful new stage "setting (used for the rst time at. this concert) as a back Tound, form a picture that those wuo re fortunate enough to see it will not oon forget. Handsome -souvenir pro- trams will also be given out. Re-( jervedseats are now on sale at the eady been very large, there are still bany excellent seats left. "- ,"VW WILLIAM FAVEItSHAM. Lovers: of hiKh class comedy will bave another fine treat at Poli's wnen William i Faversbam appears v -there Friday evening In his most glittering erformance will be Identically the ame a8 during the recent . runs iu Jew .York and Ijoston and will , be ven by tlie same company, wiucn in ludes the beautiful Hilda Spong - in ey, Madeline Rites. Marian Childers, ose LeMolne. Mabel uoeDucK, hj. x. ackus, Ira Hards. Lewis La Beyi iH. v 0.. Redding and other capable juayers. -.; 'ine piay nas a recora 500 niffhts in' London and over 300 m iNew1 York and ,1s, the one In which Mf Faversharo made hi3 first esti-a-fordinary success. 'THE . WATERBURIANS' " CAST. From the great cast of 920 who will participate in "The " Waterburians" In fpoli'sJieater, .January 20 ana 30, for jthe benefit of the Boys' club, we give below - the names of some who will sing and act the principal rojes: . ' - - ACt I. . ' Bestest Little Grandma. .Nellie Niell Worstest Little Grandma. Agnes Kelly Mrs Woods. .... ... . . . . .Marjorie Bird Mrs Winslow. ...... .Alta CotldinKton Mrs Brown . .... ... . . . .May Kilbourn Mrs Bunker.". .Elsie Cooke Mrs T-eatherpy nelen Dechamp Mra Good. ......... .Katherine Boyle Mrs Blinkers. Margaret Downey Mrs" Burkett. . . . . . .. .Fritzie Hansen Mrs Wolf Emma Mesyr Prof Napoleon... ...... .George 'fcfrwis Mrs Miller. ........ -Edna Holmes Mrs Burch. ......... .Mary Fitzgerald Mr Little Willie Keefe Mrs Small. .Rose liIcKay Mr Cmthers Marion Baker Senator Burns. .... .William Johnston Wizard......... William J. Slavin Queen of Witches.' .' .s. '.X-.... .Miss CnrrifvReerbaum Mrs Hirsh . . . . . ... . . L Esther Donovan Youmr.'lHez Rums. ...Annie Stnpletop Mrs Heintz. . ; .. . ... .Gladys Wellman Soloist of Old Grandfathers Hnvmonr! Downev Act II. , : ... , . . . .Margaret Usoskin jDorcthy. Vena Charles ...Josephine Dawson Alma Lecour ... . .Margaret Partlss ...... Percy Petitj ean ..-v Helen Fallon . Howard Humphrey . . Benjamin Hubbell Arthur Stein ....... May Sheridan Margaret Blanche Florence William Wild... Old Inez Burns. Albert "jJJJJJJ, TnnnAt. James ...... ... ..... .Joseph ' HolczeT Iwo merry Oakville maids - .......... Olive Gamp, Helen Huff Robert .... . . .... . Norman Nelson Charles Linford Parker Act lit. . Captain of sailors. .. .George F. Towle Banjo girls soloist.. ......... f ir, . Miss Gertrude Rowley: Captain of Romans. .Harry Biatesiey Japanese soloist, Fi Fi. Amelia French Red Cross soloist. ... .Bertha Korngible Captain of American soldiers . ... Henry Benjamin Carter A few of the,pdrts have not been as signed, but will probably be given out next week. VIRGINIA HARNED., ;It was not a very large audience ' that was present at Poll's theater last evenly balanced companj ' Jre;heie uu' 1 in Woman's Eyes." It is new to tlio theatrical world, having been pr?; duced not over a week and last night's presentation could really be classed as the first beforft an audience as th othera were reallv rehearsals. The comedy was written by E. H. Sotheru, . . - .. . . rr j . .: ,1 nusnana or- Virginia narueu. ;iuu thcre ar9 very, many filings tnat are reallv clever In the composition. Nat urally in all first productions there are little points with which the prun ing, knife will have to do, but as a whole" the conception, composition ana general make-up '-'the comedy was original and , well executed. Miss Harned is given splendid , opportuni-j ies to display ber powers as an ac- i irxcm. ana her arauww j - .Lllll v4 - A Ahn I . 1- flli. . J- . .i, - n aV n M aci W'LU. , " i,orna iemsrer, preiiy, ncuauu talented and blessed or afflicted with a sweet 'Irish brogue, as the mood pos sessed her, she certainly pleased all . . ,, t or the great majonpr or au uu ww ID flueraance; vvuemer iu ine of the1 coy and anxious lover, u.ie anffry uiiu msauicu woman who believes she has been slighted, the sympathetic friend, or the tragic and at times . humorous f reciter of Ucenes from"As You Like It, she Wfls at all times pleasing. In fact. 6 weu aamirea was ner wu auu xnai or '"er x-uimpuujt- .. ;. calls were frenuent. , Miss Harned has with "her a very . - a i j 9 . i capaniA company, out parricxiiany is she Messed in a very : excellent ieao inc: man, William Courtnay, and that cnarmtng, nttie actress, Margaret Gordon. There, was scarcely a flaw to be found in any of tne cnaracters for that matter and the Production af. ter a little more smoothing of the rouerb edres ought to :m,ake a go in jjew York when It reaches there. It i, equipped; .yttlii f6p'er?and tasteful stage dressing. ' ' ; MEETING S TO-NIGHT. ; . Drug Clerks' union.; . , 1 Company G drill. "-. -, , . Anchor lodge, K; of P." s Naturalists', club. , ; ; - : , ..Court Falcon, F. of A." ; , ' . Naomi chapter,-O. E. S. V: 1 St Jean Baptiste rbciety. ' . J : ' , Comstock lodge, K, of P. Sheridan council,' it. of C. . - Anchor lodge, N. E. O. P. Kellogg lodge, F and A. M. Fraternity lodge", I. O. G. T. Nosahogan lodge, I. O. O. F. Good Cheer council, O. C. F. OTd Glory assembly, N. F. L. Carpenters' and ; Joiners' :nn ion. -Progressive' council. O. IJ. A. M, Bricklayers' and Masons' union. - Sanctuary Onward, A. O. S. of A. E. F. Durand company, No 11, IT. K. Tr, f Vv, Friendly league School of . house- keepingf ,adieS clasS 0:30. pablic members, 7:45: c physical training, la- dies' class 10:30; little girls o'clock. boys' and girls' 5 o'clock, beginners', 7:45, non-league members 8:45; millin ery, 7:30; mandolin class, 8 o'clock, MIDWINTER CANADIAN EXCUR ' -SION. The demand for tickets to Cauadiau points on previous excursions has prompted the N. Y., N. H. and H. U, R. Co to announce the sale of tickets to Montreal and to Quebec and return, Edith. rniSSilll- d 18, good for return within; flf- teen days from date of sale, at rate of one fare for the round trip. Rate from Waterbury is $9.71 to Montreal, $11.71 jto QUbec, The : Only Place. Bridegroom Bug Yes, dearie, there's no place like Niagara Falls to spend a honeymoon. New .York Evening Jom nal. Students For Sale. A new custom has .arisen among needy college students in the Caucasus. According -to a Baku newspaper, they Bell themselves In the matrimonial mar-, ket. Local tradesmen, proud of receiv ing a scholar into the family, compete for the honor of having a student son-in-law. The bids average $1,500. With this money the prospective bridegroom is able to complete his studies aud ob tain a government appointment O J3 1 O 3HL X Lm Bears the s9 Mno TOU H3Y8 Always BOUpi .Signature I f SUBURBAN NEWS NAUGATUCK NUGGETS. Changes , Noticed at ! the 3em Opera - House Last1 Night. The-board of warden, and burgesses will not meet this evening. The board of v charities met last night. Several relief cases were act ed upon and routine business ' trans acted. j Th0 Gaelic Literary society are to 1 give an entertainment in Hibernian hal.1 Saturday evening. They extend an invitation to all their xf fiends to attend. ' ' '. , ' : ' 1 J. L. Sullivan of Waterbury has ' bought out the grovery business late ly conducted by Kurt E. Perkins in Union City. - Cuort Goodyear, 'F. of A., will meet . , to-night; - The new degree work will be exemplified aiul it is expected that there' wlU be a large attendance. People who attended the perform ance at the Gem opera house . last night saw many changes in the ball. The doors have all been made to swing out and In the gallery the plat- rorms in the aisles nave been re moved, making 'a level floor. After the performance exits were open and were open all through the play. ' No tices have been posted In-the hallways prohibiting, -smoking.. .All . these changes resulted frpm Warden J. J. Gorman and Fire Chief Fuller's In1 spection of the building.. The borough' ordinance prohibiting spitting in pub lic places was not very rigidly en forced In the hallway down stairs, but that was; to be expected. The Jaw: (has : just been"1 passed and it will be some time before this disagreeable practice will be eliminated (from the onero house. The horoudv authorl- ties bave also issued an order that fio door checks on ten cent admissions . ... m . . snail De given until alter xne secona act. ' , . : '..'', ' ' Tho nriAl rnnm 1aW,irtntiifto1 hr a Danbury man on Church Rtreet has gone out of existence. Yesterday the proprietor moved outfall Ijis stock and Is preparing to leave' town. It is said things did not run very smooth ly in the establishment, although the proprietor always' seemed to be get ting plenty of business. Henry Turtle of Terrace avenue is home from the Hotchklss school, at Lakeville. - The school has been ! closed on account of scarlet fever, v A ease of scarlet fever has been re ported in the family of John Hewell on. Rubber avenue. WATERV1LLE. Still Talking of Free Delivery for This "'V .v.' . Village. ' . If the, people of the village want a free postal delivery, which they are all talking so much, about, they should get up a' petition' and have It signed by all the manufacturers of the village and present it to the postmaster, .wo has done so much to make the post orHce service whit It. ls at the present time, and he will forward it to the . general postofflce at Washington. Bat we certainly, cannot afford to dispense ' with our postofflce for and sub-station. ' Kogilar meeting of Court Pine Hol : Aow this evening at 8 o'clock, f Class meeting at Grace M. E. church this evening at 7:45 o'clock. Mr Schnl- tier will lead ' j There will be a pool match at Black ' man's' pool room . this .; evening, com mencing at 8 o clock sharp. ' ' - WATERTOWN JOTTINGS Death of Michael Hlgglns at the Ago V y .:- of 74 Years. Michael Higgins died at the resi dence of his son. Thomas - Higgins, Monday morning at 8 o'clock, aged 74 years aua lo months. Mr Biggins' was formerly a resident of Thomas ton ind . . worked . in the. Seth , Thoma Clock Co's factory for years. He leaves two . sons. Thomas D. Higgins of Watertown and James Higgins of Hotehkistsville, His w if e died about fifteen years ago. The funeral will be held on Wednesday morning at 0 o'clock from St John's church. Burial in Thomaston. Ed Barton Is still confined to his, bed. but is somewhat improved. - Mrs Benhara is seriously ill with erysipelas. , v Yesterday was one of the coldest days, of the year. The thermometer registered? six degrees . below at 0 a. m. and was only six above at noon. The scholars in three rooms at the Center school were dismissed in the forenoon as it was impossible-to heat the rooms! James Jones Jxss gone to New Pres ton after .cattle. . ' Miss Delia; McCarthy of Waterbury Is visiting friends in town. . C. B. Buckingham froze one of his ears while walking up from Oakville last evening. Several of the town officials held an important business meeting, at the fire department rooms last evening. The Ice at Echo lake is over two feet thick. ; ' They Suffer In Silence. "The question is now being agitated," began Mr. Victimizer, folding his pa per, "as to which is the more fatal to mankind, gunpowder or face powder?" "I never heard of a man being killed by face powder, Horatio," interpolated his' wife. "No, men jdon't mention such things," he replied; "but, nevertheless, many a one is undergoing what might be term ed a living death by having faced a volley of it and weaklj surrendering. There are deaths and deaths, Marla." New Orleans T'm-mocrat. ; O BOOKS GIVEN AWAY. Every advertiser' in the Democrat's Penny-a-Word Column from this date to the amount of 25c or mfe will be given a book free' of charge. EMPIRE OF SAHARA. Lebaudy's Request to Rcosevelt For Ex-Rough Riders. LONDON, Jan. 10. The development of Jacques Lebaudy's "empire of Saha ra" is about to take a turn which will be of some interest, to the United States. M. Lebaudy has decided to draw the officers and noncommissioned officers, for two. .battalions of imperial life guards from Great Britain and the United States, and in pursuance of this idea he will submit to President Roose velt an invitation to name any officers of his former Rough Riders whom he can personally recommend for commis sions. ' ' Colonel George Gouraud, Thomas A. Edison's , representative in Efhgland for many years, who as governor general of Sahara is organizing a military es tablishment for M.'Lebaudy, states: "The invitation to recommend officers will be submitted to" President Roose velt in a few days. Whether the presi dent will consider It proper to accept the invitation or not, the emperor wish . es to pay him this compliment. I : ; ."The imperial life guards will con : sist of two battalions. The- first will be officered exclusively by Americans, preferably former Rough Riders, 'and the second "by retired officers and non commissioned officers of the Seven teenth English lancers and the -royal horse artillery. These battalions will . constitute the emperor's personal body guard. The troopers will be composed of Arabs and native1 Saharans, who are among the finest riders iii the world. "It is proposed besides the formation of the battalions, of life guards to or ganize a Sahara constabulary which wi pouce tue coumrj somewcai aiong j me lines or tne uanaaian rsortnwest mounted police. This constabulary will be composed wholly of American negroes, but whether under white or colored officers has not-yet been de cided. The management of the entire force will be in the hands of a retired British army officer who has already, been selected a man with an unsur passed war record. " "Extensive farm lands will be allo cated on which ex-officers and the men of the constabulary can obtain home stead rights if they choose at the end of the period of enlistment. "We purpose also to encourage .the emigration of American negroes to the new empire, selecting only .approv ed settlers who will be chosen by thor oughly ' reliable , agents scattered throughout the United States. Person ally! believe this scheme will secure the support of the American negroes to an extent "which ' no othe emigration plan has ever, yet attained, because it will not involve the taking of them to a purely negro colony,', but will settle them in a new and prosperous land with a mixed white and black pcpula tion." Lamplight. . In a recent test of the loss of light due to globes, a naked Nernst lamp was compared by a photometer with the same lamp variously shielded; With a holQ phane globe the loss of light was. 14.1 per, cent; prismatic glass, 1S.6;" rose holopharie, 20.S; white cpal, 53.2; yel low opal, 59.7; ruby opal, 65.2; rose opal (grooved), 72.2; rose cpal (light), 75.6, and with green opal (light), 77.8. With amber chimneys the. loss was 12.8 per cent.; white "opal, 36.7, and light blue, 54.2. VV, '.: . Result Unknown. "The . old, ..old story," . exclaimed the husband, with a long-rdrawn sigh, as he laid down his paper. "Another man committed suicide because his1 home was unhappy. ;'- - ..-.-.;v.., .: -"And did that make his home any happier?" asked, his wife. "Or doesn't the paper say?" Kennebec (Me.) Jour nal. V - - , Effect of Snnspota. .. Moreaux, of ; .the ;: observatory at Bourges, says, in Cosmos, that the curve of the spots on the sun and that of ter restlal magnetism pffer a perfect pa rallel, which establishes the claim that qur electrical disturbances may be at tributed to this solar phenomenon with out Question. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. ; ' Closlnsr Stocls Quotations.' Money on call easy at 2 per cent.- Prime mercantile paper, 45 per cent, Ex changes,' $143, 33,556; balances, $7,708,206. " j Closing prices! Amal. Copper... EU4 N. Y. Central... 1194 Atchison .... 67 Norf. & West.... 57 B. & O 79 Penn. R......119 Brooklyn R. T.. 49 Reading 45 C. .C..C. & St. 1j. 78 Rock Island .... 24 Ches. & Ohio..,. 33 St. Paul ...144 . Chi. & Northw.167 Southern Pac... 494 D. & 11.......... m Southern Ry.... 21 Erie. 27 35uth. Ry. pf.., 79H Gen. Electric... 174 Sugar 125 .Illinois Cen..... 131H Texas Pacific ... 26'i Lackawanna.... 273 Union Pacific .. 79 ' Louis. & Nash. .108 U. S. Steel 11 Manhattan...... 143 U. S. Steel pf... 69 Metropolitan.... 122 West. Union ... 87 Missouri Pac 92 New Yorlc Marfceta. FLOUR Fairly active with a firm tone; Minnesota patents, $4.654-90; winter straights, 54.10,4.i;5; winter extras, $3.20(3) 3.45 ; winter patents, $4.254.E0. ; - - . , . . WHEAT Opened easy on lower consols and in anticipation of an increase In the visible supply; later if rallied on shorts, covering and in sympathy with the west: May; 91 a-lOSSlVza; July. 87Vi87c. RYE Dull; state and Jersey, 5858c; No. 2 western, 64c. nominal, f. , o. b., afloat. CORN Easy in sympathy with wheat, the fine weather west and further un loading. OATS Nominal; track, white, state, 440 48c; track, white, western. 4448c. PORK Easy; mess,-$4.2515; famtlyv $15. LARD- Flrml : prime ; western steam; 7.25c. BUTTER Steady; extra creamery, 22c; state dairy, 1419c. - - CHEESE Steady; state, full cream, fancy, small, colored, September, 12c; late made, 10c; small, white, September, 12c; late made, 10c. ; large, colored, Septem ber, 12c; late made, 10c. ; large, white, September. 12c; late made, 10c EGGS Steady; state and Pennsylvania nearby average finest, 31c; state and Pennsylvania seconds to firsts, 2830c ; western firsts, 30c; western seconds, 28a 29c. ' SUGAR Raw quiet; fair refining, 2c; centrifugal, 86 test. 3c. ; refined , dull; crushed, 5.05c; powdered, 4.55c. 1 g TALLOW Steady; city, 5c; country, E IaY Steady; shipping, 6070c ; good to choice, 8590c. ; litre Stoclc Market, i CATTLE Market lower; choice, $5.10 6.30; prime, $4.S55.03; fair, $3.4004.10; veal calves. $88.25. r ; HOGS Market slow; prime heavy, $5.10 '5.15; mediums, $5.105.2Q: heavy Yorkers, $o.055.10; light Yorkers. $4. 754.85; pigs.- $4.604.70; roughs,-$3.504.50. ' SHEEP AND LAMBS Sheep steady; lambs: lower; prime wethers. $4.504.65; eulls andco.inwon, $2.ip2.75; choice lambs. POPDLAE LflTF WfltlTS. WANTED-Everyome to know that there wilt be an old fashioned kitchen dance at Hamilton, hall,. Mill P'ain, on January 22. T. A.' Munson and W. B. Hitchcock, managers. 1-19-3 LOST One week's pay, in an envelope. bet-Veen Buckle shop and St. Francis' church, this morning, Finder please leave at Democrat ojfice and be rewarded, -: :;: - : ' -1-16-3-, LOST A coil of new heavy rope, on North Main, between Center and Division Street. Suitable : reward if left at f28 North Main Street- 116-3 LOST Bunch of keys, sometime Thurs y day. Finder please return . to room 19, Jones & Morgan building- 1-16-3 LOST Ied and white" fox terrier strayed from 10 Bronspn street. Had collar with name "Deey" on. Finder p ease re turn to Thomas Creedon, 10 Bronson street. 10-16-3 EOUND On Vwxshington street, posket ' book, containing a small sum of mon ey. Owner can obtain same by proving property and paying charges at Democrat oifice. 1-15-tf TO RENT A first-class tenement of five . rooms, AH impruuements, corner Rranfth nd Grant streets - $12 ner month Apply Louis Raffel 629 South Main street. , '1-16-3 TTAVE you ; furniture needs; repairing : XL have you any you want to sell ? 1 will buy them or repair them, clocks and stoves or your door bell. I will make you a hand some mirror ; make your old one look like aew.: If you'll favor me with an order I am sure I will please you. . Frank Davis, 273 Bank street. ' 1-16-3 A CATHOLIC man can : secure a good Xjl paying position by applying to box 628, New Haven, Ccnn. . . . 1-15-6 TURNISHED RCOM to rent. No 20 -- .. , wetton oxreei. i-ih'o llfADAM AJberti. the celebrated , palmist JJX is in the city for a short time, Par lors at 235 East Main, corner North Elm Street. Charges this week, 25c and 50c. - ..v',-'.'-. .. ,1-14-6 T7ENETTA, the Palm'st and Clairvoyant located at 140 North Main street, is giving satisfaction to many callers every uay. win lemam a wn.ie longer. , i--u LD ". gas and electric ' fixtures made: to V- .. Jook like new a: ha'f 'regular cost Waterbury .Electric Plating and Chandelier Lo., Monarty s building, East Main street. Work guaranteed, called for and delivered. Telephone 243-15. V -, . . ; , v, . . . ,11-9-tf,. TJAVE just fitted, up-to-date .Chandelier xx. works. All kinds of brassware refin khed.. Flat Irons, polished. ,C. W. Mes- ser, h'hoenix Avenue. DISTRICT OF WATEKBUHY, SS. PRO bate Court. JanMrth. 1804 Estate- of Charles, TianaT; iate of Waterbury in said district; ' " . '7 - , Upodv thef apgiifeat'foB .'bl r Alexander Canal, prayititf that leturs Of jKlrnihisLratioo may be traoved on -Hatd estate as perr application on le more fully app5ars,'jc is -:- ; ' - J -' - v urqered. Xbat.saia application be beam and determined at tho Probat Offlhn tt Water bury In said district, on tt 21 su .dav of Jan.. A. D. 1904. at 9 o'clock in the forenoon, and that no tice be given ot the pendency of said application and the time and place of hearing threon. by puolibbing the same one time in some news paper haying a circulation in said distriot -By uruer of Court, - ? - : James J. Casa'in, Clerk. iTVSTKICT OF W.ATKBBURY. s. Probate b-' Court Jai.' tf. IW) ,r, jisiaw or Kerne Mirscn. jate or waterbury In s ud district, deceased. . - , . The- Court of Probate for the Wmtrict nf .Waterbury hath limited and allowed 6 month irom tne aate nereor, for the Creditors of said Estate to exhibit their Maims for settlement. Those who neglect to present their accounts, properly attested, within said time, will be de barred a recovery .- AU persona indebted to said Estate are requested to make immediate pay ment to . - . ' v Simon Hirsch. Administrator. ' CARD OF THANHS. We desire to thank our neighbors and friends ; for the many acts of kindness extended to us during the sickness and death of our husband and father. v 1 - mrs james m'donald and fam- : ily. , '-. ,:, .,. - TIMELY TOPICS. J. , G, . Jackie & Sons, 73-75 Bank street, are selling arctics very cheap. Read their ad to-day about them. Sugar cured ham's luc a pound at Castle's market, sugar cured shoulders 7c and 8c a pound. , J. B. Mulllngs & Son are closing out boys' suits and overcoats at two-thirds the regular price. ' . CoiTomn's grocery store isvselllng three packages Presto at 30c; strictly fresh eggs 32c; creamery butter 32c. Grieve, Bisset & Holland start their second annual clearing sale to-morrow. See. their two-page , ad In . to-night's paper for . some of the greatest bar gains ever offered. ' . Girls' shoes up to size 2 for 60c at Dodge's.. Axfew pairs of felt boots left at $1. The Driggs & Smith Qp employ ex pert piano tuners and guarantee all work done by .them. -- The overcoats at the Upson, Sing'ie ton Co's challenge sale are from $5 up. Four days more. . . . Hubar & Co are reliable pawn brok ers. They carry a large line of wau es and diamonds. A great many lots of shoes to be closed af about half price at the Orig inal Family shoe store, . Cut out Frank the shoeman's coupon and you get bargains until January 30. free stamps with coupon. . Tho Miller & Peck Co have a sale en .how consisting of horse blankets and fur robes. Plusb robes $1.DS, ,The Union Supply Co offer patrons great: bargains ' in groceries, canned goods, patent - medicines, et. for all this -week. . . . Mailh lot's 1-cent sale includes many little things that are always handy about the house. ; Look at .list. Lehigh coal gives, more ' heat and lasts longer than other kinds. Order your next lot from John McElllgott , Currans have increased the force of salespeople in the house-furnishing de partment, so. patrons will be well at tended: ' : Special orders for Wednesday's sale at the ublic market. Ask for the $1 stamp list. " . " . B. J.- Torkomian has both . business and investment property for sale. BuAldinji lots a specialty. IDiscellaueous PENNI - A - WORD ADVS TT7ANTED Young man experienced in general ottice worK. Aaaress, stat ing age and salary expected, Manufacturer, r. kj. dox jo. i-io-o WANTED An experienced nurse would . . like situation taking care of children in a rich family. Spesks French and Eng lish. 69 East Farm street," third floor. - o. . - 1-16-6 ANTED Table boarders' at 40 Center street. First f loot. 1-6-tf WANTEDTo sell the - best made -Watches. Chains. - Rin ps. or: anv other jewelry at the lowest prices. AU work warranted as represented or money refunded. Repairing . in all its branches. Work called, for: and delivered free of charge. B. Ruby, 172 South Main Street WANTED Anyone looking for an over coat, and to save monev at the same time, to call and inspect our misfits. Also our line ef second-hand overcoats, many worn a short time only. Ym. Possner, 303 Bank street. 9-29-tf TIT ANTED Everybody who owns a dog .-. that is of any value to his owner to ca.l on Youmans, 251 South Main Street and have name, residence and registered number marked on collar. CoJ'ar alone will not protect your pets. ; . 9-12-tf j T ANTED Old soldiers and widows at J i soidiers to know that 1 secure pen sions without delay. Pension vouchers ex , ecuted. George Robbins, 63 Center street. (Post 49, G. A. R.) . insurance, notary public 1,2-3 1-ly WANTED, for U. S. Army; able bodied, unmarried men. between ages of 21 and 35, citizens of United States of good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write English. Fer infor mation apply RECRUiTING . OFFICER, 890 Chapel streev Nft' Haven, 66 State street, Hartford, 1022 Main street, Bridgeport, or 1V9 Bank street, Waterbury; -W-tf TV ANTED Those who don't go home to dinner to try one of our dinners. A co.d dinner is bad for digestion and a good hot one will cost you no more.. ' Think of a full course dinner for 20c. er 6 for $1 .00, 5c and 10c lunches our specialty. Avery's Restaurant, 236 South Mam, opposite Un'on . TUTORING. MATHEMATICS OF ANY GRADE ALSO LANGUAGES. ... H. S. GULLIVER. M. A. (Yale). 51 Walnut street. JACQUES OPERA HOUSE ENTIRE WEEK, MONDAY, JAN 18 Matinees Every Day. The Four Rianos ; Europe's Most Famous Acrobats. Harry Linton and Sisters O'Lawrence Searl and Violet Allen, ' Cooper and Bailey, 1 Brino, , Bom, Berr, and many others -" - ' Prices I0i 20, 30c. Matinees 10 aiid 20c. ladies 10c. . P0LI S THEATEB FRIDAY EVENING. JANUARY 22. Charles Frohman Presents WILLIAM FAVE1SHAM . Inillis Greatest .Success. . . Lord and Lady Algy Prices 25, 50, 75c, $1, $1.50. Sale of seats Thursday, January1 21. Annual Fair OF THE . , United Courts, E of A. , " ' AT CITY HALL, Jan. 190 The Four Flying Baiivards ' in their sensational aerial performance every evening. . DANCING. ".;.;... i -;; .., 1-15-7 ANNUAL CONCERT . OF THE - Derwin Mandolin Orchestra, Assisted by the Metropolitan Vpcal , Quartet of New , YorK, tne tiar- ; mony . - Banjo!. Club, .. the Young , Troubadours and J. - Derwln, Mandolin and Banjo Soloist, at ' Poli's theater. , '. THURSDAY EVENING, JAN 21 Advance tickets now on sale at mu sic stores and by members of the or chestra. Purchasers of these can ex iini!? thm for reserved seats two days, previous to regular; sale. 1-11-10 NOTICE; M. Katz, barber, will resume bus! nes?s at No 6 Exchange place, over Banby's fruit store within a" few days ' MS-4 k '; - - - 4" A Plarvel of Weekiie." "Have you ever done anything aboc that anonymous letter you received?" "No," answered the patient man. "1 the man had signed his name, . I woul have been, obliged to quarrel with him and I'm much obliged tobim for spar lug ; iue 'that necessity?' Washlngtor Star.- ; ,, ; ;x ' ' i ' ., " Hovr to Remove Tartai . If troubled with tartar dip an orange wood stick in water, then in fine ashes, and scrub the teeth till the tartar is re moved then keep them free from It Towder should not be required oftenei than " once" a" week. . If the gums are sore paint with ' the following: Bicar bonate of soda, . ten grains ; poTdered alum, five grains; pure carbolic acid, twelve minims; glycerin, half ounce; water, an ounce. B0l SJIjE. F OR SALE Household' furniture, ' 2J. Field Street, first floor, north side. iVr- .. ' 1-16-3 I 0 YOU want a truss ? If so go to Water jJ bury -Drue Co.. corner East Main and 1 Spring streets, and get the advice of an ex perienced truss nan, who has sold hun . oreds of trusses to satisfied customers. FOR SALBReal Estate. 1 have tene-. ment and business property that soma , one will buy. Let me. show them to you, -, Also suburban lots in any part of the city.. Will sell on. . easy- terms, or will build to suit at a given figure. ..Now is the time to buy, Stores on Union streetto rent; ' Rents j collected and-' property cared for., J, E. Sandlford, Loans and Fire Insurance. " 109 Bank and 108 South Main street Tele ; phone 185 . -.;,' 9-1 1-tf ; FOR SALEMy home. No 56 Kelbeg; .'. Street, near Hillside Avenue. ; Tha house is practically new, finished through- out in hard woods, four fireplaces, fine; oaKs mantels, three bath rooms, two of which have Tennessee marble wainscottlngs, tila floors and up to date fixtures, ceilings and; side walls burlaped. On account of leaving" town 1 will sell at a bargain," smal pay ' ment down, if desired 5 per cent interest on . balance. The location is one of the very; best in the city, which will ba seen , by -visit to the placo. "A., fine home for any ; one who buys, it. iTJfjfcnot let this oppor tunity go by if you are looking for a noma. ; For further information write me at Fulton'. N. Y., JAMES V. WASH BORNE. . - - . .. - - 9-29-tf '' A Poultry Farm, is a safe place to invest your money"" ana iaDor ir you understand tne poui-;: try - business. What other business v can you Invest your money in and get ' the same returns for . the Amount In-:; vested? Six aer&s with 5-roora J house ad barn for $1,000. J, T. PMELAN. s FOR SALE. ; . Good three-family house, with Ira-;, provements" on East " Farm street Price only $1,200. A good Invest ment. . W. R.dett, z Bwil Estate. Innnrance. 100 Bank 8t. Real Estate Notes. - :: I wish to. call your attention to tW sale of some nice onA-family houses: 1 Eight room hoTsi on Plaza avenue. 0 room hons on Hewlett strt. 0-roora ' house on Roseland avenue. 10-roora bouse on Ho'mes-aveFiue. Rempmher.' these are new and , UD-to-dat one-fam-1 Uy. houses. -J- : r ' Ril Estate Man., Odd Fellow BMft Two Choice Rooms 2nd floor, Tlcroey .- Elock. Ineafre at Tlcmey's Real Estate Oflice, O'Nem's-vvr Bulletin If. yon will buy a ; $3,000 or $4 000 : house now from me, I am almost will ing to guarantee that you can sell It be-? twern April 1 and.Tnne 1 at an advance" of $500. If you want It to live in yoti; can buv.it a great deal ;chpaper now.l than ' then.' a One two famlTy boirse' I have for sale goes from $3,500 to $4,000 on "the first day of February. Open every night ; except Monday. f V Frank sV d?Ve, 77 BANK STREET. AWe'lP aced Rial EsNe lUr'mf combines . safety and profit, and Is" founded on earth from which ' all : wealth is der'. ed. Ijook where yon will you will' find that-it Is the Rpecu" la tor who r-ffetSiiwbiltf the Investor Ia r real etatenejcliv:!pmpers ar l meets hV ob'lrat1oT promptly. 1 : have . bn , plclnsr money on real estate for the past twentr. years. anoV hnv not lost a sHgip penny for eithep lender; or borrower. Tf yon have money; to loan, or Wfl-nt to borrow; com and' riiA v.o 11 Ft Ttn treet. ; - PCarter To buv reaVesratei In the 5fr?rio- prices will bz booming;.: We have both business, anrl investment pryoertv situated -n almost every locafity. Bu1fi-" ing: lots , a S specialty Real? estate cared i or.' V!,' i 1 B. OOfiKOMIAII, I . 109 Bank street . . y Room 12. Bonds and Stocks; Ldqal' investments : ' , a Specialty.- : . : : C3 Vorth ifnln S.frit PROFif ROVOST I will 6tart anew benners"; class oa. Tuesday eveuing.Ljannai'y-19.- Spef cial prices for this class as follows, $4 and $3. Every afternoon and Wed-., nesday and Saturday evenings I will -teach the three-step in one lesson for" $1 ; to any . dancer wishing to learn it.; Also Buck. and Wing Dancing and all; m A. . - a m. m mm. Hogan in this academy. 'fx MISS NELLYE T. REED? Teacher of Dancing tod Deportment, , 'z will start a beginners' -class Tuesday evening, Jannary 5, 1904, in her new hall. 110. Bank : street. Special terms, M4 private and 6 class" lessons. $3;. 12 class lesson $4. , Glide waits, two-: step, schottlsche-and three-steps tanght pprfectly ln ,12;clasR or 6 private les sons. Open every evening from 7 ta ll. Class evry We'lnepday evenHs; in Knights of Ctotnmbg "hall. Special r ates to club of ten pnpUs.