OCR Interpretation

Waterbury evening Democrat. [volume] (Waterbury [Connecticut]) 1903-1917, April 30, 1904, Image 10

Image and text provided by Connecticut State Library, Hartford, CT

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn93053726/1904-04-30/ed-1/seq-10/

What is OCR?

Thumbnail for

5 are goingi to hare a presidential
action next fall. Well, it's going to
e a red bot fight because if Hearst la
a nominee tie's a newspaper man uuu
we all know how much confidence the
is a nominee he Ts a judge and we all
have our opinion las to how lawyers
end ''judges', twist and tangle the
laws so to gala their point. So much
for the judge. But .Theodore Roose
velt ha8 been and Is a politician; not
only that but he's a rough rider and
before the polls close on election night
next fall he'll be after having about
ag rough a ride as he ever had In his
life. Well, - If President Roosevelt
has had rough rides, we consider them
only a trifle compared to the rough
ness some people are compelled to go
through. For instance when the
housekeeper buys a pound of Tea or
Coffee and serves It morning, noon
and night, she thinks- she's doing her
duty. , Well, if she buys at our store
she runs no risk, but If she doesn't
then she is liable to be serving poor,
trashy drinks and certainly it's pretty
rough on people who are compelled to
sit down to three square meals per
day and bft obliged to drink bad tast
ing stuff when they could just as well
hiave the good, nice tasting kind for
the game price If-, purchased at our
store. If you want to make the boys
happy' we have a nice line of base
balls land bats at
Phelan's T Store.
fulfill- i f 1 1 1 iii n 1 1 ! r jiiioi "
'42 East Main St
Telephot s.
What a Quarter Will. Buy
at Austin & Woodruff's -
'A' can of varnish and la brush.
'A can of paint for your screens
enl a brush. ,
. . A can of stain and a brush.
A can of mixed paints (32 colors)
i and a brush.
A (box of gold paint and a brush.
A, can of stove pipe enamel and
a brush. 1
A bottle of furniture polish.
A can of piazza chjilr paint.
2 cans of whitewash. ,
A can of porcelain enamel, for
' furniture, Iron beds, etc.
"The oldest paint ana paper
firm In the city."
Austin & Woodruff
157 East Main St.
Hay Cheap.
, We have on track two cars hay con
signed to us to sell. 1 They are on de
murrage and must go at once.
Car No 1 Is good No 1 Timothy.
-PRICE $17.50 ton on track.
Car No 2 Is not quite as good quali
ty. PRICE $16.50 ton on track.
HAY standing on track that we can
Bell you at a low price. ;
D. L. Dickinson & Son.
Corner West Main and Judd streets.
'Phon 120. .
Hub at Co
, U the only reliable Pawn
Broker on South Main St
XTe carry a Bid LINE of
batches, Diamonds, Jewelry,
Musical . Instruments, fine
bedding Rings. Ve have
good bargains in unredeemed
pledges. "We do fine Watch
repairing. We guarantee
everything we say. . .' .
1 , .' ; . .
We will sell for this week the high
est grade of liquors in the market at
slaughter prices. .As space does not
allow us to mention all we will quote
a few prices only.
Belle of Nelson, sold ifor $4.00 .
, This week $2.50
lunch's Golden Wedding, sold
for $4.00 This week $2.50
Did Crow, sold for $4.00
' Thig week $2 50
Mt Vernon, gold for $4.0o ..... '
' This week $2 50
Has E. Pepper, sold for $4.00 '
Thi8 week $2 50
Fine Old Port, sold for $1.50
This week $1.00
Fine Old Sherry, soId for $1.50
This week $1.00
California Port, Sherry and Musca
tel, sold for $1.00. this week 75c a
gallon. , .
Brass City Liquor Co
213 South Main St, opposite Grand.
, Branch 293 Bank, near R. R. Depot.
P. S. Remember we give-chances
on one case of Ja8 E. Pepper Whls-
key and one case of Wilson Whiskey
tWlth each purchase.
The Gaffney Jeyelry Co
have now
2n stock a beautiful line of the catchy
Signet Jewelry.
Signet Rings, Signet Brooches, Sig
net Hat Pins, Signet Cuff Links, Slg
aet Scarf Pins.
Call and see them.
Entertainments, Fairs and Sociables of
Local Interest.
April 25-30 At City hall, A. O. H.
union fair, to raise funds to erect
monument in St Joseph's cemetery.
May 4 First annual sociable and
da"ce given by Loubet camp, No 11,
400, M. W. of A., at Leavenworth hall.
May 5 nrn.mii. "Pnntln the nauffh-
ter of Pilate," at City hall, in aid of St
Patrick's church. ,
May 6 Whist and reception by
young Ladies' Sodality of St Thomas
church, at City hall.
May 6 Sociable at Grange ball, Mill
May 7 Promenade of Waterbury
Military band at City hall.
May 12 Acorn Athletic club's first
annual promenade and dance at Speed
well ha!!.
May 13 Concert by the Young
Troubadours' Mandolin orchestra in
Friendly league hall.
May 13 Co G barn dance at Ar
mory on Phoenix avenue.
May 13 Recital by Miss Marie Ger
trude Maedonnell at Leavenworth
hall. '
May 34-21 St Michael's church
Hebdomad at Pythian hall. Waterville.
May 17 Miss Nellye Reed's concert
and closing reception in Leavenworth
May 21 Prof Sullivan's dancing
class closing reception and dance at
Columbus hall. Naugatuck.
May 21 Eentertainment and dance
at Turn hall, Jefferson street.
June 18 C. T. A. TJ. state parade
and field day. Athletic events and
games at Driving park.
..--',. : - .-,
The board of education will hold Its
regular monthly meeting Monday
evening at 7:30 o'clock.
The Misses Margaret Flynn, Mamie
Leary and Mamie Conway are visiting
Miss Allen of Elm street, New Britain.
Hair dressing, manicuring, face
massage and scalp treatment done at
Taylor & Keogh's, ' 95 Bank street,
100m 7. 'phone 1G8-12.
F. P. Noera, Mis Florence Noera
'and Miss Ernestine Noera of Water
bury will sail to-day on the American
liner, St Louis, which leaves for
Southampton. . .
The following officers have been
elected by the Y. M. O. A. basketball
league: President Dr F. C. Marggraff;
vice president, P. J. McPartland; sec
retary, Robert Hill Leac.h ' ;
The Mulligan and Marston teams
played a match game of pool last
evening, the former winning by a
score of 173 to 153. The return game
will be played next Thursday evening.
When it comes to odd lots or broken
sizes on suits, U. S. & Co never count
the cost, 'but bunch them altogether in
their South Main; street store at one
price. This week they filled ' a table
with a lot of good suits, one, two or
three of a kind, and you can get, a pick
of the lot for $6.50 a suit.
Grand opening of 'New York confec
tionery and fruit store. Have just put
In' one of the best soda fountains in
city., Special prices in candy; all 40-1
cent candy 30 cents a pound; Low
ney's, 40 cents a pound. AVholesale
.and retail. Music to-night. Michael
rentlno. 438 North Main street, North
square. . .
Leavenworth hall was the scene of
a merry social gathering last ; night
when a private dance was given by
Roland H. Adams. Howard M. Davis
and Percy, O. Valentine. Faulmann's
orchestra furnished music for the danc
ing, which consisted of 18 numbers.
The glance was much enjoyed by the
small number of people present.
When the little girls beg their mam
mas to go out and play in the dirt
when the pleasant days of spring tempt
them as well as the older ones, why
not let them go? 4 t will do them good.
If you are afraid of soiling their dress
es go to Upson, Singleton & Co's and
get a pair of those "Girlie"' overalls,
made on purpose for just such play.
About forty couples attended the
whist party and dance which was
given in Mechanics' hall last night by
the Liberty circle, Companiions of the
Forest. A short but pleasing enter
tainment was given. Among those
who contributed to the entertainment
were the Misses Mulligan, Bagley and
Allman. James J. Walsh, IV J. Court
ney and Charleg Nugent. The win
ners in whist were the following:
First, Miss Anna Blown and Edward
Levick; consolation. Miss E. M. Han
Ion and George Degnan. Dancing
was indulged in during the evening.
The affair was well arranged by the
committee, consisting of Misses Sarah
Dolan, E. V. Barnett, Alice McGrath,
Elizabeth Brenn'an and Mamie Grady.
The "Golden Rods," whose member-,
ship list includes a- number of well
known young ladies, gave a private
leap year party in Knights of Colum
bus hall last night. It was a very
pleasant sociable and was much en
joyed by the 100 couples present.
Many pretty gowns were in evidence.
Lallier's orchestra furnished music
for the dancing, which consisted of 17
numbers and as many encores and the
"German 400," a new dance which is
very amusing. Among the out of
town guests were Mrs W. F. Cox of
Hartford, Miss Dorman of New Lon
don, Mr Sperry of New York and M.
Corbin of New Haven. The dance was
successfully arranged by the Misses
Alice Wh'alen, Annie Lunny and Anna
A number of music loving people
who are thoroughly representative of
the musical interests In the city, met
in the warerooms of the Driggs &
Smith Co on Bank street last night and
discussed plans for the formation of
the Waterbury Symphony society,
whose object will be to promote the
holding of high class concerts in this
city and to make a permanent feature
of music in Waterbury the grand sym
phony concerts which have been given
at intervals during the past few y"ears
under the direction of E. E. Farnham.
A. J. Blakeslee presided at the meeting
last night. Mr Blakeslee and Mr
Farnham form a committee whose pur
pose Is to Interest the lovers of music
in this city in the proposed organiza
tion, to secure them as patrons or as
active members of the organization. It
Is confidently expected that the new
organization will meet with much
success. It Is Just what Waterbury
It's a changed world to old folks,
folks whose time-dimmed eyes are
made young again through the magic
of right fitting glasses. And this pleas
ure and comfort costs so little meas
ured by its value there should be none
who may say '.'they can't see as they
used to." The Upson Jewelry Co, opticians.
!Mlss Marie Macdonald, teacher of
elocution and physical culture at Notre
Dame, will give a recital In Leaven
worth hall ' iTiday evening, May 13.
The young lady is an accomplished elo
cutionist and has prepared an excellent
program to entertain her friends and
ouiers who attend on the above even
ing. .. : v -.
The Rev Mr Hoklen. formerly . as
sistant pastor of the Second Congrega
tional church in this city, will assume
his new duties as pastor of a church
In Utica to-mono w. The Rev Mr
Bruno, who recently resigned his posi
tion as assistant pastor of the First
Congregational church, will assume
the duties of the pastorate of the, Con
gregational church in Granby to-morrow.
On Thursday night a farewell
reception was tendered to Rev Mr
Bruno and Mrs Bruno in the parlors
of the First church. Mr Bruno was
presented with a handsome sermon
case of morocco by the Mission circle
and a sum of money by the members
of the church.
Combinations For
This Week,
1 bot Hennessy Brandy ..... .".
1 bot Imported Port ..........
1 bot Imported Sherry .......
Total retail price . . .... ... . .
All three bottles
1 bot Hunter Whiskey ........
1 bot Imported Port
1 bot Imported Sherry ........
Total retail price ... .. .... . . . .
AH three bottles .
1 bot Old Crow Whiskey ..... .
1 bot Imported 'Port
. .75
. .75
. .75
. .75
. i .75
1 bot Imported Sherry
Total retail price .... . . . .
All three bottle . .... . . . .
Warehouse. 223 South Main
Phone 103-3.
loriarty & Callahan
Removed to new quarters
one flight up stairs. Entrance
by Congress hail, 135 Broad
way. ; y,'
For night clerk ring bell at
office door. Telephone' at of
fice, 355-3; House, 354.
John- Moriarty,
Jos. C. Moriarty, J
Pork Loins (strips)
Legs Lamb,
13 t0 14c lb
Fresh Shoulders,
. , Fancy Fowl,
Round or Sirloin Steak, V
llc lb.
"Low Prices on, all cuts"
All the' Vegetables.
Castle's Corner.
If you only knew how hard we try
to please our patrons, and how we
study their comfort and Interest, you
would at least let us try to fit your
feet to a pair of our Low or High Cut
Shoes at prices ranging from $1.25 to
Every, shoe in our stock is sold at a
reasonable price, and Is up to the min
ute in style. Come and look at them
and try on a pair.
.We ffive Green Trading Stamps.
Novelties in
ay Millinery
Attractive to the looker on,
becoming to the wearer. Many
new shapes have put in an ap
pearance and cannot fail to
rank high in public favor.
For Saturday Night and
: all Day Monday. .
AT $4.98. ; V' .
Here's a chance to own one at a sav
inc of about three rlollnrs: sneclal. at
$4.08. ..; v ... ; " '
At 70c Ladies' lawn Waists, hand
somely trimmed, value $!.'.
At 39c All wool fancy Suitings,
At 7c Fast black Fercaline, value
12V2c. '
At 50c Ladies' black mercerized sat
teen Petticoats, from 75c. . :
19c Perfumes, all odors, from 25c.
At 15c Artificial yiolets, from 25c.
At 5c Collar and Cuff' Sets, from 10c.
At $4.98 Ostrich Feather Boa, from
At 9c Lonsdale Cambric, from
' 121oc. ,
At 5c Apron Gingham, from 7c. ,
At 9 e Boys' Caps.
At 13o, 2 for 2oc Ladies' fast -black
Hose, Maco plit soles. - ;
At 20c Ladies' medium weight ,. Un
derwear,' seconds, Harvard Mill
goods, "value 50c.
At 7o Dross Suit Cases, imitation
leather, from 98c. ' ,,
At 7c Pillow Top Handkerchiefs, new
: ' patterns. "" .-"'.; ''
At 10c Hemstitched . Doylies, ' With
; drawn work, value 19c. '
At 1 5c Children's Muslin : Bonnets,
with niching, value 25c. '
At 29c Marguerite Corset Covers,
with ruffles on "front, value 39c.
At 29c Try our "Old Government"
.lava Coffee with your Sunday morn
ing's breakfast, value 40c.
iSiiiof s New Store
All Ladies that will call for we
shall, give' them
Double the Amount of Stamps
On All Purchases.
to look at the bargains offered Lu
tit this store.- A specialty made of
Fine Wedding Rings: You can al
ways set Tour Watch. Clock or Jewel.
tv 'Repairing and Rncrravtnsr Hons here.
With J. H. Devereaux & Co.
his Booster
says he will sell you
Pillsbury's best flour for
provided you give his
man an empty barrel.
bye and Bourbon . .$1.50 gal 40a bot
Mwa wye and Bourbon .........
$2.00 gal 50c bot
Monogram'.... ....$2.50 gal 65c bot
Old Crow .........$3.00 gal 75c ibot
"uuvenneim $3.00 gal 75C,bOt
Golden . Wedding .. .$3.50 gal 75c bot
.. r gins. ;" .'K'r
American ....... .$1 50 gal 40c bot
Rye Malt $2!00 gal 1 50c bot
Holland .... ......$3.00 gal 75c bot
Meder Swan .....$4.00 gal $1.00 bot
"re wiue Jonn ue jivnype . . .
Jamea Hennessy & Co's 3-star
. Brandy ........ .....T $1J50
Hunter Baltflmiore Rye 90c
Sherwood Rye .90c
Fine Old Ryft ............... . . 75c
Rye land Bourbon . .... : . .50c
Callforina Wine $1.00 gal 25c qt
Jaems Tepper Whiskey ......... .75c
We hare the only ladies' room In
We glr0 Green Trading Stamps.
Frank Brothers Go.
Wholesale House.
Cor. South Main and Union Sts,
I ' Telephone H3-6. ; ,
Invites Special ;v
Attention to its :
Moderate in h rice, rentals
' ranging from $5 to $ 1 00.00 per
annum according to size.
Secure, In fire and burglar
proof vaults,' guarded day and
night by watchmen.
Location, central and con
venient. ':;:
West Main Street,
Waterbury, Connecticut.
Special foijra week
20c Matting for .................. 10c
35c Matting for ............... 16c
$1.75 30x;60 Bugs . . . ........ . lc
$3.50 Iron Beds, full size . . ..... $1.98
$3.50 S. T. Mattresses, 2 parts . . $2.23
$12 Iron Folding Couches and
mattress $8.50
$10 Refrigerators '. $7..
$0 Folding Go-Carts . $4.23
Ranges, Carpets and , Furniture.
Houses furnished complete. Given up
Union street storehouse and got no
room. Call and see goods.
J. G. T
148 South Main Street.
BUY . ,
No-w is the time, to place your order
for your winter supply. We are book
ing orders now, at the reduced price.
Come and see us. We have all the best
grades. We furnish you clean coal.
City Lumber
& Coal Co.
i Look for Electric Slsrn.
Money Saving Sale!
Native Veal, Beef and Lamb
I0g Pciund lOc Pound
; Trading Stamps as An Extra Disconnt wit& EYery
$2.00 worth of stamps with a dozen Fancy Oranges .,
$1.00 worth of stamps with a dozen Fancy 'Lemons
$2 00 worth of stamps with a 3-lb Pall
$2.00 worth of stamps with a 5-lb Pail
$4.00 worth of stamps with a 10-lb Pa
The Cash Leaders, 161-163 South lain Si
' Are you interested in
nishing g'oods; then you should be familiar with
store, 88 to 96 South Main St. There you will k
everything that boys from 2 1-2 years to 16 years
asK for, and our Rightly-Made Kind is the cheapest
the end. You are safe when you buy from
88 to 96 South Main St.
Jones, Morgan
S5.00 and S6.00 Boys Suits S2.65 :
7.50 and 8,50 " " 3,85
5.0 Sailor Blouse " 3.50
A mid-season clothing sensation in our boys,
store; an offering of high grade clothing for boys
at less than half price in most cases. Fifty suits,
plain blue and ft. .icy mixtures, single breasted
three piece style, for ages 10 to 16 years; plain blue
and fancy mixtures, for ages 3 to 9 years, sailor
blouse style.
Jones, Morgan & Company.
98-10O South Mala t. (Meigs block)
Special Skirt values that have not
therefore this sale should attract all
Stylish, well made Skirts; materials
cloths, Voiles, Etamines, etc. both dress and In-step lengths, at the following
matchless prices: v ' ' ' I
$398 SKIRTS AT $2.98.
, $4.98 SKIRTS AT $3.49.
$6.98 SKIRTS AT $4.98. .
$7.98 SKIRTS AT $5.98.
$9.98 SKIRTS AT $7.98.
$12.98 SKIRTS AT $9.98. .
When we say our bargains stand absolutely unrivaled, we make a state
ment wherein we know words are backed with values.
Nowhere In the city will you find
52 VARIETIES. 5e Oz.
These well known universal favorites have been much improved the las
few years in size and variety of colors, and for beauty and fragrance can
not be surpassed. ' 1
GARDEN VEGETABLE, GRASS SEEDS are grown for us an4 then
TESTED by us. See how we TEST .our Seeds,
n d inn ;onM nn
Ui Di )VWIL0UI1 UUip
. SOc
. 10c
Lard ............... . . .
11 Dard ......... . . . . . . . .
, . . 50c
boys Clothirigjjlatsl
97 to 103 BanKSt
& Company
Bnncli, 62-64 Sontti Main St
been equalled . for many a lonir day.!
economic buyers. I
Mohairs, Cheviots, Venetians, Broad-f
such offerings as we make above.
13, 15, 17, broadway
Waterbury, Conn.
are fairer than ever this sprln.
- Vm f mJl
snoes $2.5 u
The styles are so swell, and the stock
so large that people Can be suited
quickly here, . and old customers get-
ting them again and new ones (who J
haven't been suited at the smaller
shoe stores) help to swell I
The Crowd
which even on rainy nights fills th
big shoe store. Patent Colt, Vici Kldl
land Tan, in Lace, Button and Blu-t
cher, high and low, heavy soles and
light, kid tip and patent tip, B, C, D, I
E and EE widths, sizes 1 to 8. (

xml | txt