WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT; TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 1901.
St. Patrick Died
in the year of our Lord 493, Just 1,411
years ago the 17 th of March, which is
" Thursday this week,, and, "as history
tells us, lie always used the three
leaved shamrock while expounding his'
doctrine. We -will for the benefit ot
those who never saw the dear little
uuug,' exhibit it in our store window
this week right beside a real sod of
turf. Well, as Saint Patrick -loved the
green, we naturally believe he must
have drank his tea or coffee from a
ereeh cup and saucer and eat off a
green plate, therefore in memory of
him we have' decided' to give to each
purchaser of a pound of our warrant
ed good quality Tea a handsomely dec
orated green and gold cup, saucer and
plate. This offer is for one week only.
We have a limited number of them,
consequently if you wait until the last
moment vou may get left. Undoubted
ly there ire hundreds, yes, thousands,
of boys who don't care a rap what
kind -iff a cup they, drink from, but
' would be tickled almost to death to be-
oor4e the possessor i 01 u. my
rbles ; therefore, in such a case we
11 (riT larsre basr of good size mar
bles With one pound if purchased this
wuir -'.nnn't:'' fortrAt to make the
voungsters happy. Did you get oiaet0
the cracker jars or covered dishes with
a pound of our Baking; Powder? If
not. why not? We have a f ew ' left'
and -when they are gone we will have
no more. , Our tickle the palate J aya
and Mocha Coffee is giving great satis
faction. ; If you doubt us ask your
neighbor or call at ,
Phelan's T Store.
42 Bast Main St Telephone.
'THE "tlLD RELIABLE,"
Austin & Woodruff.
Do lt NOW.
1 If you are going to paint
,yourv house or decorate your
rooms; why . not attend to .it
now, before s the' rush and bus
"tle of late spring ?
You can get lower prices
and better service. Come and
see us about it.
Austin & Woodruff.
The Oldest Paint Firm in the
'15? EAST MAIN STREET.
; Don't send away for your Seed Po
tatoes buy them here. Place your
order now. '
v Early Rose, Beauty Hebron, , New
Queen, Early Fortune, Early Norther,
Early Ohio,; American ' Wonder, - Irish
Cobbler. Carmen No 3, ' Delaware,
Early Canada ana Longfellow Field
D. L. Dickinson & Son,
Cor West Main and Judd Sts. .'"
, 'Phone 120. ; ,
fiubar 6c Co
Is the only reliable Pawn
Broker on South Main St.
We catty Bit LINE of
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry,
Musical- Instruments, fine
Wedding Rings. "We have
good bargains in unredeemed
; pledges. We do fine Watch
repairing. We guarantee
, everything we say. . , . .
HUBAR & CO
. 121 SOUTH MAIN ST. -
es cur knowledge of the business dates
from childhood and our close and
cash buying enables us to sell better
goods for less money than any of our
competitors. Tiese prices will prevail
for, tins week: t
, v . Sale Price
Wilson's, worth- $1.25 ...... 85c
Wilson's, .,pt, worm 40c .
. Hunters, worth $1.25 . , .
Mount Vernon, worth $1 .
Belle of 'Nelson, worth $1 .
: Peach and Honey, worth $1
Apple and Honey, worth $1
. .. . 90c
, . 75c
. . . -75c i -....
ve also carry all the leading brands
of Wines and Liquors. Our aim is to
retail at wholesale prices.
Brass fQty Liquor Co
PASTERNAK BRO, Props.
213 South Main St, opposite Grand.
Branch 293 Bark. near R. R. Depot.
-IN. B. Mail orders promptly attend
ed to. Free delivery-to 'any part of
We do- all kinds of Watch,
Clock and Jewelry Repairing;,
a ncf guarantee to give satis
faction Give us a trial
The Gaffney Jewelry Co
SAVE YOUR DISCOUNT.
.The .Democrat subscription is $5
per year and if paid in advance a dis
count of 10 per cent is allowed. Or
those preferring to take advantage of
our magazine offer can have : the
Woman's Home Companion, a maga
zine that ranks with the best sent
to, their address free of charge. Bills
are sent to subscribers at the' begin
ning of the term, so that those who
wish can take advantage of the offer.
Entertainments, Fairs and Sociables of
March 17 Hammer club banquet.
March 17 Leap year "party at udd
Fellows' hall. .
March 17 Private assembly at Mu
sic hall. Citizens' bank building. . .
March ,17 An assembly by the em
ployes of tile Curran Dry Goods Co at
March 17 . shington Hill eighth
annual concert and promenade at the,
March 17 Drama, "Robert . Em
met," entertainment and promenade
at City hall by - A. O.-H.
Mar. 17.-f-Closing reception and
dance of Prof Sullivan's Beacon Falls
dancing class at Brown's hall, Beacon
Falls. i . - '
March 38 Lecture 1n St Patrick,
in St John's church. Watortown.
March 19. Promenade byl the Wa
terbury Military band at City hall.
March 24 Monthly , gathering f or
Friendly leaante members in : school ot
housekeeping. . ' ' " . .
March 24 Second annual supper
given by the United Woikers of
Christ at Grace Baptist church, cor
ner of Kingsbury street ' aud Park
March 31 Dance bv Court Fruitful
Vine, No 5,991, A. O. F.j at Foresters',
April 4 Sociable' and danc by
Magnolia lodge, No 60, K. o P., at
Speedwell hall. 1
Apr ,4-9 Fair given oy the united
councils of the Knights of Columbus
at City hall.
; i April 6 Promenade and dance giv
en by French-Canadian institute at
April 6, 7, 8. . 9 Bazaar under the'
auspice?? of the St Elizabeth society of
St Cecilia's parish, at Concordia hall.
April 7 Leap year dance' and socia
ble at Leavenworth hall.
April 8 Sacred Henrt dram corps
annual concert and ball at the audi
torium. April 10 Entertainment given by-B.
I. L.. local 254. at Pythian "hall.
April 13 Fourth annual promenade
and dance given by the Star Social
chxb at Speedwell hall. '
April 14-15-16-18 First grand fab
by Division NoL A. b. II., at Colum
bus hall. Nausratuck.
"April 14 Fourth annual concert
and promenade bv the South End So
cial club at Speedwell hall.
April 15 Whist Party 4?ocial and
Dance by Rubber City Lodge, N. E. O.
P.. at Pythian hall, Naugatuck. '
April 15 Thirty-seventh concert and
reception given by Young Men's Catn
olic Literary association at Leaven
worth hall. 1
April 15 Lecture and literary con-v
cert at A.M.E. Zion church. Lecture by
Hon ' J. C. Dancy: subject. "The Best
Thing for the Negro to Do." , '
April 16Goodwill's first annual
masquerade at Weber's hall. Union
April . 16Twelft:h annual ball ' and
sociable by the Odin Benefit associa
tion at Concordia hall. -
April' 19-23 Sons of Lithuania soci
ety's fair foT benefit of New. Lithuania
band at Concordia hall. ' t '
April 21 Charity whist and prom
enade by the Queen's Daughters at City
hall. , & - -
April .25-30 At City ha II, A. O. H.
union fair, o raise funds to erect
monument In St Joseph's cemetery..
May 6 Whist an reception by
Young Ladies' Sodality of St Thomas'
church, at. City hall. '
June IS C. T. A. TT. state parade
and field day. Athletic events and
games at Driving park.
The board of imblie works vill meet
at 8 o'clock to-night.
Griggs & Hunt are nrenarinsr-nlnn
for the remodeliner of th c.Hv lmit
The afternoon class for makinsr aliirt
waist Suits at- the. IfiMftnrllv lonmio
opens Wednesday, March 1G, at 3
An anniversarv mass of renniem win
be celebrated at St Thomas's church
to-morrow morning at 8 o'clock for the
late Thomas Delaney.
A meetinar of the nffirera of Cnth.
olic Women's association will he held
to-morrow nignt. All members who
have tickets for the entertainment on
last 'Sunday:-night are requested to
make returns for them to Miss Corden
as soon as possible.
The Parker boom will be launched in
Waterbury during the present week.
when a number of prominent demo
crats will get together1" and commence
operations for the fall campaign. The
scope of the 'proposed new club has
not yet been made public, but it is be
lieved to be broad gauged so that no
man who claims to be a democrat or
desires a change in national affairs will
see anything objectionable in it.
Philip Sevard, a foreman in the, em
ploy of the "New England Watch Co,
ha8 evidence of the great struggle the
weather Is making to throw off the
dreary garb of winter. At his place on
Ben Mohr he has raised an apple tree
which is now bearing excellent blos
soms, notwithstanding the condition of
the weather. It would' be somewhat
hard to believe this were it not true
that the blossom was seen by numbers
of Mr Sevard's fellow employes yester
day, .-v. u.
A star basketball game has been ar
ranged to be played at the local Y. M.
C. A. gymnasium to-night The oppos
ing teams will be the Sterling Five of
the Y. M. C A. and the Middletown Y.
M. C. A. team, which claims the cham
pionship of the state. The teamg have
met before in Middletown and Water
bury lost by the score of 23 to 21. But
she intends to get sweet revenge. -The
line-up of the home team will be as fol
lows: Forwards, J. Curtis, Jaeger;
center, A. Cook; guards, W, Curtis,
jSelby. A preliminary game will ' be
played by the High school's second
team and a Y. M. C. A. team.
Squinting looks particularly unlove
ly when children do it. Don't imagine
mat it is a naoit you can break them
of, for it is an outward sign of He
fective eyesight. The child must look
that way to see right. The only way
to cure squinting is to cure the defect
in the eyesight the right glasses will
do that. No charges for examinntion.
attorney T. F.' Lawlor has returned
from a trip to Savannah. 4 ;
v "An anniversary mass of- requiem
will be celebrated lat ' St Thomas'
churclx;o.t. 8 o'clock Friday for 'the
late Mrs Ann liobinson.
A party of popular young ladies em
ployed in the Waterbury Clock Co will
give a private leap year sociable at
Leavenworth hall Thursday evening,
April 7. .
The transaction of civil business by
a jury began in the district court to
day with the case of Attorney James
B. Russell against F. N. Sharp of Hart
ford. Mr Russell, as administrator on
the estate .of the late Michael Woods,
sues the Collateral Loan Co,' the busi
ness name of the defendant, to recover
for a gold watch valued at $200. It
seems the late Mr Woods borrowed $13
and gaye as security the . watch in
question. Mr Rxissell as administra
tor sought to recover it. tendering the
defendant the loan with 25 per, cent an
nual - interest, and it was refused.
Judge Co well presided at coTirt. .
Combination No. I.
lJBot Hunter; Whiskey,,: 1.25'
1 B6t;'Irnp.;Port,i ' .' , t.-;V,. .75'
1 Botf Imp.- Sherry, .. . - l- .75'
Total Retail .Price;
Sale Price; .' -
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Combination No. 2,
1 Bot' Old Crow, $1.00
1 Bot. Imp. Port, .75
1 Bot. Imp. Sherry, .75
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Total Retail Price, $2.50
Sale Price, ' 1.00
Finch's Golden Wedding,
Usual am6unt of shares on
JOHN J. SHEEHAN
Warehouse. '223 South Main St . '
Moriarty & Callahan
the Best Equipped Undertak
ing Establishment ip ;
the City. ,
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Ambulance on Call.
Office telephone 355-3. House tele
phone 354. ; :
135 Bwadway, between . Turnbull'si
and Blake & Johnson's.
;v.6c lb. .
c to IOc lb.
were'saved we would go out of busi
ness. We cannot save your sole for
all the time, but we can and will sell
iWmi shnoa thnf will moor -fm a Inn it
time. If you are looking for-a good
sole just try a pair of our-Box Calf
Enamel Shoes, ladies' or men's, ait $3.
"They are good ones."
. i. Pirit-i
J 7x Exchange Place.
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We have placed on ' sale in
our store: a line of Children's
Caps, to be sold at the extreme
ly low, price of v
' 25c - . .:
These are specially big val
ues and ve recommend them
to your attention.
JACQUARDS,' i '
! SATIT IiJOULARjJsj", ": . ', ' '
POLKA DOTS, ' ' ' "'
SATIN 'STRIPES, r . .
STRIPED CHETVIOTS, ,
' . ii
, . LEXO PIQUES.
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Price, 73c per Pattern.
See display in south iwindowr.f- '
AVHITE IVORY AND ECRU XACE
V, -.,- ' . : -- . i - ; . : ': .
1 , AI.LOVERS
for waists in Repousse, Oriental. Ven
ise and, Point Gaze, 50c to $1.98 per
WHITE, IVORY AND ECRU BANDS,
GALOONS AND EDGINGS
to' match Ailover, 10c to $1.50 per yard.
WHITE FDATT VAL IACE EDG
INGS. INSERTION" AND
. ' GALOON "
". At 5c per yard.
Maiihidt's New Store
151 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Ladies x Union; Suits
At 43 c.
Also Children's Sleeping Gar
merits aid Anjl Suits
ade in all Sizes.
IT WILL PAY YOU
to look at the bargains offered, in
t this- store.' A specialty made of
Fine Wedding Rings. You can al
ways get your Watch. Clock or Jcwel
xry Repairing and EnsraTins done here.
F. P. BECTON,
No 25 EAST MAIN STREET.
With J. H. Devereaux & Co.
This Rooster Says
To the city government, be,
fore you buy any more parks
please buy seats for the parks
that . you . ha ve .now.
' ' '
That if you want eggs for 25c
a dozen, you will have -' to pray"
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fnr o . . lonmrwu thou ...
$3.00 for $1,00
One gallon Sherry Wine.
One bottle Maryland Rye
One dollar's worth Green
The whole for $1.00.
Frank Brothers & Go;
Cor. South Main and Union Sts,
OPPOSITE GRAND ST.
We have the only, ladles' rooms in
the city, strictly for, ladies only. ' v
Telephone J 13 6 ,
ONE MORE DAY.
Stock of Carpets
Rugs, 30x60, only G8c. : Lace Cur
tains . 50c pair up. Shades. furni
ture, Iron Beds.' $2.10 up: Mattresses,
.$1.98; Chiffoniers, $3.98 ; ' Boston Bed
Couches and .Mattress,' $8.50. Every -
tmnm neeoed to rurmsn nouse com
plete. Conlon's store, 148 South
Main, won't hold half our stock. Cash
counts if you pay. down will give
30 days' credit as stock must go at
any, sacrifice.'' , Store: open every even
lug this week. Call at Old 'Rink,
iyu want: street.
J. G. TWINING
Tnvites Special . -
Attention to its
Moderate ' in h rice,' rentals
ranging from $5 to $100.00 per
annum, according to size.
- Secure, in fire anc burglar
proof vaults, guarded, day and
night by watchmen. , -.
Location, central ; and con
'i ' . West Main 'Street,
VVate rbury, Connecticut. ,
The Coal Famine
.of last winter taught people
. , economy In the matter of fuel.
The use of ' , N
NO. 2 HUT OR PEA GOAL
wag so satisfactory that a great
';' many people have continued to
buy it. They like the kind we
furnish ; because it runs good
size, is dry . and screens clean,
and our price ;
$6.50 per ton.
makes it au attraction. Try a ton. .
& Coal Co.
. 21 EAST MAIN STREET. 1
- Look for Electric Sign. .
' Kangatud Delivery Friday, Wate:.lle Delivery Friday.
MID WEEK GROCERY SALE
$4 worth of stamps with . . .
$3 worth of stamps with . . .
$23 worth, of. stamps with this
Bag Gold Mine Flour SOc
1 lb Best Tea 60c
1 lb Best Coffee .......... 35c
4 lbs Best I.ard . 4Sc
2 cans Corn v..;......... 25c
2 pkg& Macaroni 24c
$25 worth of stamps.
$12 worth of stamps y with this
4 cans Tomatoes 50c
4 cans' Pea 50c
.2 lb Butter 50c
$12 worth, of sta nips.
Our Cream Ja via Coffee still heaas
of stamps with a pound.
Pure Grade Teas (all flavors), 60c
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We have to prepare for
what the weather may be. We
idiiiiig uur spring siock until
your inspection. Some wait
mands a change of clothing.
when the stock is new and complete. Whichever way you pre!
fer, we wlllbe ready and pleased to show you; Prices will bl
no higher.than in the past if anything, we can give' you a lit
tie better valie for $8.50, $10, $12, $15, $16.50.$18 Suit o
Overcoat. . . ' ' ' ' . . "" f
88 to 96 South Main St.
Jones, f Morgan
at Satisfaction, for
There's no secret about the quality of
our $3.00 Hats--they-re made for us by
Knox, on the same blocks and by the same
expert workmen as the $5.00 hats.
This means perfection of workman
ship and, authoritative styles, it means the
hat qualities of the usual $3.50 and $4.00
hats, it means that hat satisfaction for $3
is an actual fact here. "
. Yoii should come here. We win
prices we are making things hum.'
lied Seal Collars.' 15c; 2 for 25c.
Men's Neckweai. 25c and 50c.
' Adlcr'g Gloves, $1.00 and $l.p0.
i Whale Hose,' luc, 2 pairs for 25c.
. Suspenders.'25c and 50c. ,
':-Giant Shirts, SOc.--.ju ' " '
P . A. W E N 2 IE IU fi-CO
25 Exchange Place. Phone 1142. !
4 cans Fancy Tomatoes, 50c
. . i , . . . 4 cans Fancy Peas, 50c
$18 .l worth of stamps with this
2 pkg:s Cun-ants 20c
3 lbs Prunes ; 25c
2 lbs1 Evaporated Apples . . 25c ?
0 bars Pride Soap
2 lbs Butter .
2 pkg-g Spice ,
1 'lb 'Tea .........
, $18 worth of stamps.
$7 worth of stamps with
,.' order: .
3 lbs Best Rice ....... 25'
3 lbs Crackers ...,...... 25c
3 lbs Prunes 25c
Bot Chili Sauce . 15c
$7 worth of stamps.
the list for quality 35c lb $5 worth.-
lb $6 worth of stamps. .
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your future needs, no matte
have been ' receiving and ar
now it is complete - ana reaay to
until the weather is warm and de
Others make their selection
97 to 103 BanK St
Things in Shirts, Col
:l ' lars, Ties and the.
many other fixings
known as ' -'-'
Men s Togger
by worth , in Sail things. - At the
IIere are a few samples:
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Every Woman Needs a Gcc,
, Shear j
as fvery man wants a good 'knit
The '"'cheap" shear is never t
noinical never stays sharp nev
gives satisfaction in use.' ' f
As 'a household shear, , the . ' WIf,
SHEAR will stay sharp and last t
average lifetime. ; 1 '
Let. us show you some . samples;
you will find the price satisfactory!
H lFhe D. B. Wilson C;
13, 5 and 17 Broadway f
at -Dodge's. Run dqwn and pick j
many ias you have girls to shoe. 'Pej
pie may talk about boys being hard l
shoe leather, but a grown girl c.f
hold her own. One of tlie bet ma
ufaoturers in Lynn makes .
to "-Dodge's order, solid leather. 1
Dcngola kid, good style and' splendl
"wear.' Trice is within your reach.
5 to 8, 55 Cents
8 Jv 2 to 11, $1.00
11 U2 to 2, $1.25
2 12 to 5 12, S1.50
Big South Man
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