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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1901.
If ivext londay, was w election day , - there would ie something king In Wa r, terbury ' f, - , If the. Japanese and Prussians had ' i. agreed to meet each other. Just half I way, bow. mucli more .pleasant both ; nations -would feel to-day.' '"' If the trolley company would run ' ifh1i fnrmwli "Rolfl-wln ntrtot their receipts would increase at least one- , third. ' ' V If Waterbury'had even one pleasure park' for its citizena during the hot summer days,' how many thousands of peopje would, be jn&de comfortable and 1 happy. If anybody tells you' they have e 1 f pertenced- a; colder and morev severe . t -wint h-an Vw rttiA . wa are iust leav- ing behinfl us. Just. tell thera they are i f trinmg with the trutn. V If you want a beautiful decorated cver dish wjth one pound of Baking J Powder, call at. our store. If you want good health and a long life, don't drink intoxicating drinks ; Just drink our Tea,' Coffee . or Cocoa , andisee how happy you'll feel. . ' It you want cheap, trashy, bad tast ing xa or Coffee, you can't get it at Vwir store, BUT , Tf vou want good fresh roasted Oof- , fee, with or without chicory, or some i clean new season, -nice tasting Tea at CO arts per pound: ana iotit iw xctZteD$ "laundry oap mm it, c&u u Phelan,s T Store. "TheShop 99 lectric Carpet aning SOsrpsts Taken Up, Gleaned V -''-i ' ' r ' V -:i i1 .-'V- J , , ' ! ; ;: Bills anil Laid. , in4apalme-Hofflnan Co 158-162 Grand St New England combine accurate timekeeping, jstylish shapes and designs, the best methods or .-, construction and the. acme pt simplicity. "Features that are satisfying to ' the user and a certainty thai in the matter of price , no equal can be , found. For sale by all Jewelers. The- - . New England Satch Co Protect Your LUNGS .. Vith a Chest Protector AND BUY IT HERE. C ,W hare serreral different kinds, and ,te seU pene that we cannot honestly recommend. rrice from 50c to $2 nd -either figure Is a email price to pF for immunity from coughs and -Vxrtd, perhaps pneumonia. HUGEHT'S PHARMACY j Cot ScotIU and South Main Sts. (2 r- 'i-- , THE Colonial Trust Company Invites Special - - - .( Attention to Its SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES. Moderate in 1-rice, rentals ranging from $5, to $100.00 per annum, according to size. Secure,' In fire ancf burglar . proof vaults, guarded day and night by watchmen. Location, , central and con .venlent. - A " West Main Street, Waterbury, Connecticut. REPAIRING . W'c'd'o alt kinds of Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing:, and guarantee to give satis faction Give us a trial. TherGaffncy Jewelry Co 2 NRTUAIN STREET. l'904 FEBRUARY 1904 to, iox. nit to. van. tn. ux. 7"9 10 11 12 13 IT 75 To" 17 1819 20 IT 22 2 24 25 26 27 ; 1 8 9 1 1 coiniro EVE3TTS En t;r tain m en ts, F-atrs aad Sociables ct - Local Interest. Feb. 24-"Shakespearean 1 1 Recit al" by Miss Louise Demmon, at 8.S0 p. m., in Friendly League Hall Feb 25 Musical and dramatic en tertainment by league members for the benefit of the Friendly league in Friendly league entertainment 'all. Feb 27. Smoker, by the Savage Athletic club at their rooms. ' Feb 27 Promenade toy the Water bury Military . hand at Oity hall. Feb 29 Deuce by Ingeborg lodge, No 22, O. of ; V, at Foresters' hall, Bank street. Mar 6 Entertainment and smoker by Clock Case . shop employes at Turn hall, Jefferson street. March 17 Dramatio entertainment and promenade at City hall by A. O. h. v,'-';'-' -'-'''' v March ifLetup' year party at Odd 'Fellows' ball." - : ' -: March 17 TVashlngton Hill eighth annual concert and promenade at the Jacques auditorium. , , April i Sociable -and dance by M&gnotlia, lodge, No 60, K. of P., at Speedwell ,hali; -rXS. i Apr 4-0 Fa,Ir given by the united councils of the Knights of Columbus at City hall. ; :" April 6 Promenade and dance giv en by French-Canadian Institute at Jacques Auditorium. April 8 Sacred Heart drum corps annual concert and ball at the audi torium." ' ' . . -, '' April 14-15-16-18 First grand, fair by Division No L A. O. H., at Colum bus hall. Naugatuck;! ; x April 15 Lecture, and literary con cert ft A; M. Zion church. Lecture by Hon J. O. Dancy; subject, t "The Best Thing for the Negro to Do." , April 25-30 At City ha", A. O.-H. union fair, to raise funds to erect monument In St Joseph's cemetery. ' ' CITY NEWS The aldermen will meet to-night Gusitave Klrsch of. Birmingham, Alabama; i8 the guest of A. Rosen berg of 202 Bank street. The forty hours' devotion to the Blessed Sacrament will be held at the Sacred Heart; church a week from next Sunday'.',. '?i;.v.';;;;r;'".;,,v .':..';'' ;? David Sheehy's pool team wilf go to Thomaton this , evening, where the crack team of that town -will meet the visitors and try to give them a defeat. The Rev; Father Sheeban of St Patrick's church will deliver the ser mon at the Lenten devotions at the Sacred Heiart church on Wednesday evening. 1 . . .".''v.' The Novice Whist club met with Mrs C. J7 Vosburgh tot lier home, 933 Bank.r street, .Thursday afternoon. The first prize was won .by Mrs W. II., Precht and Mra Booth and the consolation prize by Mrs Colabaiu and Mrs Jannson. y Tewis Leventbal of Scovlll street. through his attorney, Judge Root, has nounea uity i uierk" Nettleton that he will.; claim damages to the amount of w ror injury, to his property on ac count of back 'water from an alleged defective sewer in front of his ..premises.--;. : ; "::-v'r"'Z-.:.'"y- . There will be no ' evening classes at the Friendly League to-night as this is Washington's birthday. There will be, however, a full rehearsal at 8 o'clock of all who take part in the en tertainment next Thursday, which is very important, and a full attendance is hoped ;for.ai4i;,.j,;;jr iay f - Frank Bedlow8 , andAwife pf .Meri den came to Waterbury on Saturday. The object' of Mr Bellows' visit was to secure :$50 from the management of the Co G fair. He was ttie hold er of ticket No' 43,183, marked "Baby Come On pui.ck," which won $50 at the drawing of prizes.' ' Mortimer Kelly, a popular' employe of the Scbvill ''.Manufacturing Co, and Miss Maud Chandler, a' well known young lady in the eastern section of the city, who is employed by .the Wa terbury. Clock Co, are receiving con gratu .wons. The news of their mar riage, which occurred a short time ago, has ust been reported. Mr and Mrs Kelly are residing at 30 Laurel street. Washington's birthday was observed to-day by thf closing of the public and private fichodls the suspensl6n of busi ness in soine of the factories, a day oft with the employes of, the different de partments of the 'city government ex cept the common laborers, who have to work no matter who plays, the clos ing of the Bronson library and the banking institutions. .Soma day the newspapers and stores will suspend operations on, February 22 and then people will see just' such an observ ance as we ought to have on the birtu day o? the father of his country, John J. DoTsiing . of 242 Walnut street wishes to deny the report that he is married ov contemplates any such thing.. , , He' say; that when the time comes,, and be expects that time will be 3n the near future, he will give all Ihis friends' an invitation to help him . celebrate the happy event. The entertainment tflven 'in Poll's theater last night under the manage ment of Ted Biggerstaff was well patronized. Everything passed oft! very smootiily and all the numbers on the program were well received. One of the very bright features, of the night's' entertainment was the singing of John B.- Morait He never 6ang bettea." fln his life -and. be was assisted in making his selections big successes by the 'moving pictures which accom panied! him.' Every advertiser in the Democrat's Penny-a-Word Column from this date to the amount of 25c or more will be given a. book free of charge. Children are called stupid and dull by teachers for no more reason than that tbelr, eyes are not as tfce eyes of other children. Perhaps they do not see as well as 'they' should, cannot study long without pain, and eventual ly, if too much driven, become soured In disposition. . Parents, vou tfe a grave responsibility upon' -your suonl- ! clers when you neglect these signs. Ex amination free.- Upson Jewelry Co, optician. V ; , ; . ; BOTH IN HOSPITAL. Came U City With Avowed Purpose of Killing Mrs. Smith. St Louis, Feb 22. F. .G. Sigler, . a carpenter . of Omaha, and Mrs Julia Smith, a widow of this city, are at the city hospital badly wounded. It is be lieved that Sigler will die. Sigler came to this city for .the ayowed purpose of killing Mrs Smith, whom he charged with trifling -with, his affection. " Ern est Woods, the successful suitor, was present at the house when Sigler called. H fled at the point of re volver, and then in the presence of her son Sigler shot Mrs Smith twice in the head as she lay eick in bed. He then put a bullet through his own head. Saturday, Monday, Tuesday and Ma i . : weunesuay I bottle V Guckenheirrier . ;. , Whiskey . " :; $1.00 I bottle Imported' Port J. . 75 I bottle Imported Sherry .,, 7$ ; " ' ' Total $2.50 Four "Days' Sale, Combination LOO. Regular price charged iafter Wed nesday, February 24. ,1 also wish to state that those sales are' indefinite, therefore would advise the shrewd buyer to purchase now wbilp those inducements are of fering. W( have still a few left of Pepper bottllnc (Imitation you cA have for Fifty Cents. JOHN J. SHEEHAN Warehouse, 223 South Main SL Phone 103-3. ( Broadway Welcomes the Old Reliable. Having leased our store to the old and re liable firm of Austin & . Woodruff, Decorators, we have fitted up Tor ourselves the neatest, cosiest suit of offices for our Undertaking busi ness to be found in Connecticut, next door below Turnbull's, 13 Broadway, where we were 10 years ago. We always felt at home in this little corner, and these cold days and evenings our friends will be welcome to call and warm their shins at our cheerful fire. iMoriarty & Callahan 135 Broadway, next below Turnbull's. Telephone: Store 355-3i House 354. John Moriartv, Jos. C' Moriarty, j Practical Em . balmers. Broadway. SATURDAY, : ''ALL, . PRIME RIB. ROASTS,- IOC lb ALL .. LEGS LAMB, 10c and 12c lb ".:V-''ALL ' FRESH SHOULDERS, 8c lb . ALL SIRLOIN STEAK, 12c lb " ' ALL FOWLS, 13c to I8C lb Special Prices on all CUTS of BEEF. Castle's Corner. Come On, Girls and Boys and get a pair of our Walking SUoes. They do not pinch the feet or the pocketbook. We have, many styles and shapes and, of course, different prices, Here are a fe.w straight tips on good things: Ladies' and Men's Box Calf, Velour Calf, Vici. Enamel and Patent Colt $3.50 and $4 shoes now $2.98 E. 3. IPinn 17 Exchange Place. We zive "Green Trading; Stauibs." CHILDREN'S CAPS. We have placed oh salev In our store a line of Children's Caps; to be sold at the'extreme ly low, price 'of These are specially big val ues and we recommend them to your attention. 1. CHASE TMler&PeckCo PLATT VAL. LACES. FLn qriajity and handsome patterns In Piatt "yallAce Edges; Insertions ami Galoots,' none .Vortli ' less th'ao 10c - a yard, , at 5c a ...yard,' V ' - , HANDKERCHIEFS : Ladies' 1 pure linen ' Handkerchiefs,' embroidered corners, Val lace-trlmmedv" at 4 for :25c.'1- COLLAR' AND GUFF SETS Embroidered on scrim and on linen In white and Persian effects, also "white drawn work, at 25c and! 4Do a set. . : -" . ,',- COTTON SUITINGS 1 r - . ' Printed, and woven Scotch ,-Cheviot Suitings in .brown, blue, cadet and black, mixtures for .shirt waist suits, 12V&C and 15e a yard. . WHITE WAISTINGS ' A fortunate purchase -.enables ,,us ..tp offer two c'ases of flije .white 5AIadvas Suitings, merceried stripes and fig ures, striped long cloths and- pique wTelts, regular 25c, goods, at 12VjsC and 15c a yard. . ' ; Tli o Milled Peck Co Mailhiot's New Store 151 SOUTH MAIN STREET. Children's Hosiery Sale AtlOc Pair ' ., A lot of S4 dozen seconds; ; double leg and' foot. . The first, 'quality 'sell for 39c and' they are almost as good as the first. ' . ' . i At 12 J-2c Pair i ' , ": . ) .. .. .-V . . : t , " An extra heavy,' Boys' Avide ribbed, fleece lined, made iu all sizes, value 10c ' ' 1 At 17c Pair Extra fine lisle thread Misses' Hose, sold in town for '25c. IT WILL RAY YOU to look at the, bargains offered In WATCHES at this store. A, specialty made of Fine Wedding Rings. You can al ways Ret your Watch. Clock or Jewel ry Repairing and Engraving done here. F. P. BECTON, No 25 EAST MAIN ETIIEKT, . A With J. H. Devereaux & Co. This Rooster Says To the city government, be. t fore you buy any more parks please buy seats1 for the parls that you have now. KELLY SAYS That if you want eggs for 25c a dozen, you will have ; to pray for a January thaw. x . - r 25C Spknt in Advertising May bring you re turns 100 fold. If you have any doubts about it try a small ' . Adv in our Penny-a-Word Column. That poor woman who lost her pocketbook and spent twelve cents and got it back will tell you that it pays to advertise. " In an hour or two ; . ' - , after the papers were out ' ' ' the lost pocketbook t '. ' ' '..-..'"'', - ' was in the Democrat : Office looking for , - , the owner.. Perhaps you have lost something, or "have - a room or a' . -Tenement to Rentl' Give it publicity through the Columns of the Democrat and; ' the rest will be easy. We give a Bound Book to every advertiser. ; in theipenny-a-word , Column to the amount of is nr. Martin Berlin's Sons ' ' . .1!"' ' :'' v ,' . UNDERTAKERS AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS , , . ' " A Corner Scovill and South Main Sts.; Night calls answered by . Thomas F. Bergin,' 5V South EJni street, or tele phone to 333-2, Martin Betgln, 102 Walnut street. . ', . ; ' , ' Hack Stables, Union Street. ' ' . ' ' : First class .Hacks i.nd Coaches for funerals and weddings. -' ' , ' Train orders will receive prompt at-;. tention. Telephone: C03-4. - POBItBC: - TO-DAY We devote to the interest of the ' , V ; - Meat Buyers. We shall ' sell ' ' . . PORK LOINS, by strip, 1 Oc Pound :.'' : . ' . ."''' ' ' .". RIB ROASTS OF BEEF - . 8, 10, 12c " LEGS LAMB k - ; - - 12c, 14c (Trading Stamps Also.) FOWLS 14c,. 16c Lb, CHICKENS 18c, Large Navel Oranges 25c doi. , $2 worth of stamps Large Lemons 20c doz. 1 $1 worth of stamps j ALL OTHER MEATS IN PROPORTION. 161-163 SOUTH MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 1 10. Our south Main St. this week some of the offered in this city. The south window "con-! tains men's suits that and $15, now $8.50. Men's trousers that were $4, $4.50 $5; were higher in price slightly damaged, (not to interfere with .' their wearing ali ties,) price now $2. . Our north window con tains suits for boys from 3 to 16 years of age your choice now for 2.50, were double the price. ' FROM STREET 88 to 96 South Main St.- Jones, Morgan A R Is An Indispensable Garment , . Practical for pleasant or stormy weatherin fact the only garment that fears no changes. Some $15 Rain Goats for Young lllen that Are the Talk ; of :the Town, Fancy gray plaided worsted cheviots' and plain black Thibets, full fifty inches length, broad shoulders, belt gathered bacK. - ........... , Jones, Morgan & Company. "MEET ME AT AN ABUNDANCE Every department rich In good values and ready to meet your demands Reliable merchandise only and at consistent low prices. Ave mean merit a continuance of your custom by giving you the BEST possible' values In each ,of,our inany 'lines. New stocks, new styles, new surprises in-stor fot you.but tbe old Boston Furniture Co's METHODS of Invariable' excellence. I We Are Complete Homefurnishers and Give Good, Hon est Values Every Business Day in' the Year. BOSTON FURNITURE CO. South Main, Scovill and Brook Streets. "AT THE JUNCTION" , .' ' i Headquarters" for Athletic DUMB BELLS; AND INDIAN CLUBS 20c per pair 23c per pair 25c per pair Oc per pair 35c per pair 40c per pair 2 1-2 lb "MARKET 4t 44 44 flfc 1-2 lb. windows will contrfj biggest bargains ever Vere $10, $12? $13.5P - .'TO STREET. , 97 to 103 BanK St & Company- - ; . i aim Goal: THE JUNCTION OF ATTRACTIONS, -.A and' Sporting Goods Boxing Gloves 75c pair ufj winning nags h i.uu ui Exercisers , 25c uj See -our line of jerseys and sweaters. , The D. B. Wilson Go 13, 15 and J7 Broaiwav -i. i i ' It ; -ft-" Another 0 I Ever Had TLis makes my fourth pair. ' HavJ T-orn thia pair since September. Tuejl wear splendidly and keop their shape.i Such commendations and we get sinv ilar nearly every day 'make Dodgre liappy. These Dodjsre specialties ar- the solid' foundations of a great 'busi ness. See tli.e ' ' ;.-' PATENT "HANClfS" BUTTON BLUCHER and Lace, as well' as latest jsnapes (en tire spring stock in ici kid. Any and All 3.00 ' 84-86 -Soutii Main Strett, lancy Dodge' Tlie Besflhoe if ! i o