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WATERBURY EVETSTNG DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1904.
CnrmJoofls TO-NIGHT'- and MONDAY Extra Specials From All Ouf tKe s TMPettieoa Salfir, v ' The SWrf f dsf Optoing'. atfd Tie Tea an4 Goffee- Deffionstfat4oi aa liuiuniwuB tir life ttufiictivny HETtr Donlt forget td-nfgrif is trie" I last night for medallions. Ntf : cards redeemed after to-night I ' : 1 'ffO-GM: AND MONDAY SPE CIALS. THIRD FLOOR. Specials in Sheet Music In- newv and popular pieces, as: ; Congo Lwe Song. ' Africans. 'Upoft aSui!a'y" M"6rrilngWn,ere fW iChurch Bells Cnime. DfeWn on the Farm. Wlien fb Sucset'.Tiirns the1 Ocean "Shinto Gold 1 Efer Jfr TtH-shihe;; When- file- Hear": Beats True. , Clean Hands and TaintediGold. For to-night only 15c. , U2M Sash Muslins, ' .9? !12f Silkolines, .8c a5c rind 17c Satines and'Ien4m,4l2ilje t0c Satina Lambrequins, 39c r0c ncy Pillow Slips, :. 35c 15c Stamy Collars, Be" tt2f stamped' Tray. Cloths, &' BOc hemstitched Scarfs and Shams7 ' wit i renaissance- insertion, Sf3 TJtndgriph F?lJw Tops, ' 25 ;9c silk Pillow" Girdles in alr.'cbf-- . . i or, - 250 DSe hemstitcn ruffle mnislin Cur- . , tains, with; fif e tucked body'. 1.2t? ruffle bobinet Curtains with laee insertion' and edging, ; TOILET" REQUISITES Valine, 5c" size", for to-night and Monday , ' jCast'ile, Soa,- 5c size, for to-night: and Mond'rV Seai'les's Eftra'cta, 7 odors; fegu- lsrr pried 35 ounce, for toni-ht an'd- M-onday . . . toe ifai'r" Bfushes1, fy&tfrifgbt and Monday YOG 9Se 3c 3c 10c' ,16c 10c Tooi' Brashe.3, forto-nlght and Morioay ... 7c Binder-A-niyepic Tar Soap; for r shampobln. 25c size, f or to-nlghf . and Monday Xoa aiedlcura Toilet" Soap', 2ic size; for to-night and Monday - 17c SAI C' OF fJMfiitELiis FOR" Xiadies 26hKb Umbrellas, close. 0 rolling, with case and large as sortment of bo'iieV pSarlV KoYff, woorh, bright, silver and gun metal' . handles', Tafiie" $125 tfnd $1.50; for this sal? 98ev SAIM OF LADIES' PETTICOATS. Wash Skirts, fro.-E ' 42c to $1.3 Black Sateen Skii'ts from 98c to 3.25 iColored Sateen Skirts,. $1.48 and; $2.38 ElaCK StGPg&l Skirts', $1.75 to' $3.98' Taffefcj Stft Sfcirta, , ' $4.98 ten $14.9$ JADimS' -NliUlvWKAK. Wash Stocks, plain colors or com bttmfoSif ' iegMaF fifeff gSft "Id? 39ev for .to-nigh and Monday . 25c ' targe SoTk Bows wif Ef whffe rucK- . ingxr col'ar top, for t&rilgTtt ftfld' Mon-Jy , 4SC Collar arid Cuff Sets, whrter of col ored, regular' prices 25c fo" SDc set,, special price' for to-night and Moiiday Me LADtfeSy nASTDKEROHIlJFS. lLdies -white Handkerchiefs, with embroidered corner or lac6 edge. usual price 7c; for to-night- and Monday . , JLadies' eni1)rbidered and scatlopeVt edge Handkerchief regular price 12 c. for to-night and M6S day JLadies' all linen hemstitched. Ini 46 be tial HaridkercWets;, all letters', ' fof to-night arid Monday lie GLOVP DEPARTMENT. ' JLadies' Suede ivfa Gloves fh mode, f tfwny gray, m&cU o-nd White, fdf " ' t to-itia;ht and Monday . $1.0( 'Jiadfes' LisJe Gloves', Hac'k, white; grJry moCie sva tan, fof tdr-rght-and Monday - v . ioc men's FURNisinisrGs. DleffS alf stlfe- NctTWeaf,. FretfcB of teversible four-in-hands, band ... or Shield leeks afld imperials, ; regulaf 25cf to- S9tf f shies, ' cial to-night and. Monday " - 19e C'few fepring or meditim weifchf tJn -" derwear,- Jers ilbbe-d, ecft aftTt : ndtural or -white Shirts and Drawers, dtfub'le'. sSated,- rulkf 50c and 59c values, special to night and Monday " 44c Men's Balbriggan Undetweaf! Shirts have self fronts Drawers Y oBWe seaf ahd efens!o1i band,' , 69c value, special to-nigtit" and Monday . r "49o Boys' mercerized ribbed tfnder- weat, ecru and bine, shirts have' siif front, double eatM draw ers, 39c valtJe, special to-night . and Monday z . " 25e CLOAK: IjEARTMET. Ladies Tailor Made S"uits, Military a d Eton jacket( collarless ef fect, bishop sleeve, flare skirts, Cheviot and fancy tttistures, gpe- 1 clal to night and Monday $ip.50 Ir&ri c6f ert Ctfafs, eoibrlesS Effect, oianbish dot sleeve feflecial to night and Monday ' $7.98" Melton cloth" Walking Klrtsy stitched ' seams and side plaits, special fo-high'f and Mdtiddy $2.98 liadidS' colofM percale Shirt Waists, tucked .front, special to- , hfglit find Monday" 59c !Woraen'. House' Wra-ppefS, fitted waist lining, extra wide flounce pkfrf. light and dark" colors, "spe1 . cial to-night and Monday 89a SHOE DEPARENT. f tadies51' patent colt biittoii Shoefs, , hand-sewed soles and latest style toe, also Blucher cut lace i3&6ej this Idfc is taken from our $3 Mayf air line, for Saturday and , Monday $2.SGf THEY ALL COME SLOT Men from 1 all walks of life come here for Clothes, What's the Reason f at It? Any man who buys Clothing here has thb saiisfac- tion of knowing that he's getting the" very best Clothing his: mone can buy. We make" it our business to see and to ihiow thM the men' TliO Besfe They hate' it We ' stick to this OD CLOTHES STORE. Cor tier Baok arid HTHe 1 of the? street cleaning department is "a rattling" good thing; id all ex cept "Bifr befifiHd ttie" pirsti."' But we can furnish the4 MOTIVE POWK L fn the line Of our MOTO RM AN WORDING fellOE; S fieaty soles ffdflf &&&t i6' toe, in lace, congress, CfeedtBodY aJd Creole J all Idiii leather, at $1.25. . Our Atlas old fashioned pegged grain gho'ef at $150, af the best ifl the world for every working man. ' Our "Iceman" seamless grain Shoe fit $2 are th pdptiiar shoes auiong the" ice workers. Hoc52er's Standard Shoe House 199 South Main Street A. R COWLES Have yotf see'd the "Open Work Rhubarb Pie Hats" that ate being nade' in' Our -woTk rdonas under' the eye of the fypesetters of a near-by office? They consist of a large' lace1 Hat with deep laco edge of a very pretty design and most becoming to t&6 young ladies Of" fasfiiOn; , Look fof tfiem at ( 53r AND 55- CENTER STREET. And nowhere else. . This Is: Your Oppoiv to get & bargain lh a! tWd Of three-ifafat-ily house by calling at my office and get prices; also have a lot of property to exchange; All business transacted confidential. ' " M. S. NEIHAN, 177 Bank St. Waterbury, Ct. UP-TO-DATE MILLINERY Ladies' never have yoii had an op portunity ' like the present to chdose ffdia; SUcht a praiid collection of style and. value by 'any of our competitors. All of our; hats are made lii our Own wdrtrtibnar. This enables" us to Own our. good at the lowest possible cost. We do' safe" you. as a rule, 50 per cent a elsewhere Come down to lower Bank street and se& our win dow display, as it will pay you tor corne from a far distance to took over our styles and prices. Be' sure and look for t 26S ank: street. Hats trimmed, while you Wait When Asked to 'Tiring forth the old lyre," a man went In . search of his mother-in-law. Efe wanted to Introduce fief to the deal er -who sold him a feag of poof char coal rep'feSentlrig it to be a good ' a BROWN'S 3tJfOMRE CHARCOAL. h& not be imposed 6 fcf uaScrlrpu lm4 grocei BS6 that tht black disc t3 eii the' tag', SEASON 1904, Gentierfien& Suits made to fiie&ure ahci made to fit. Ladies' Suits arid Jackets made to measure, and ma3e..td fit . Prices reasonable j jcio samples to choose from. John EccleSr PRACTICAL fAiLOR 60 BISK 5T Season is the time to get your Plumbing overhauled We can do it in the bii mafifief and at Lowest Pfkes. , We are still selling the Stamfdf d' Ranges and Fuffidcei. G6od jafge Kefrfgerator, Suitable for Grocery Store, Fish Market or Restaurant, for sale at a bargain. . S2 Dafik St. IcleiJhon 03-t SPAIN, MOWll CfiAKE funeral Directors and Embalmers. Cor H&ftl Main ahd Spring ts. Opposite Pqli's Theateh Prompt attention, best service, mod erate charges'. An up-to-date undertak ing establishment,-, open bight and day; Telephone 123-5. Ambulance on calL THEIR Wha buy Clothes here MUST have it, they SHALL olicif Mth steadfast devotion. Orartdl Str66f& OLD GRIST MILL Mil EXTRACT IS PllnE AND AT THIS TIME OF THE YEAR 1 ORE OF THE BEST TONICS TO BRACE YOU UP FOR THE SUMMER. 15a par Bottle Sf.50 per Doz. Woo draff , Grocery Co. K Dougherty CHILDREN'S RIBBED HOSE AT 16c A PAIR, S PAIR FOR 25c. At 10e a pair Children's- fast black ribbed Hose, very elastic top, double knee? ' high spliced heel, three pairs for 25c. .. At a patr-Boys' and Girls' fast fclaefc, heavy ribbed Hose, double fenee.- high spliced heel and every is guaranteed fast black the feeular price of tiilg hose IS 19c. At 156 ft pair Infants' black cashmere Hose, gray heel and toes, small sizes; from 4 to 6, fegufar price 25c. DOUGHERTY , l4T South Main sf-' People's Market ' 21 Phdeitlx Avenue. riAtive spffirie broilers; Capons. Philadelphia Roasting- Chickens Povrl, Squabs, ''.. Asparagus, CucurabersH RfldisheS Parsley, Spinach, Beet Wax and Green Beans, ' n Beffouda potatoes, , Ff6sh gs,- . Canton Butter, Sage Crednr. . S. WATCH OUR PRICE LISTS Keep your cldthes cleafl, neat and fresh lmihg. u pay in mafly wnya Gents' Wear, Iyed, Cleaned, Pressed est ..o.i..m.n i85 to 45o Overcoats $i.uo to $1.50 V Pressed and. Scoured wnoio suits COatg ...... PaMS ...... Vests Overcoats .25 .75 The French Dye Works, M SocWn, Prop, 172 fiak Main st We the most cdhipiet line . 6f . REFRIGERATORS lit the City. Bills FianiB OR SiovBi .We jUst received a big im pdtl of Strarisky steet ware. Sole agents for Magee Grand, Magee Champlon,i Magee Cot tage and Magee Conorett. W6 wilt be pleased to snisw yau 6uf line. The Barlow Bros Co HERE FOB Phillip is a busy one just now. We are shew ing an unlimited line of framed and un framed pictures from 3c to $50, different from anything else in town. Agents for Cosmos Pictures, 3 and 7 cents each. We malie Picture Frames . . . . m Ziglatzki-Marks Go lid-116 South Main Street. Strike a match and you are all ready. Turn a valve and the fire is out No further ex pense, no more heat, a comfortable kitchen to finish the work in Gas Ranges $8 to $12 Easy Payments. $2 Down. $2 Per Month. The UnitedGas Improvement Co- What Are You Going to Do About Furniture this Spring? . For the Library or Den t(Ots of the new Mission pieces in substantial, well made styles. Large roomy Rockers and Chairs, from $ifi.06 to $30.00. Unique Li brary Tables, Smoking Stands, Ta ibour ettes, Wine Cabinet, Card Tables, Magazine and Book Racks, etc, etc In fact, it's ideal furni ture for th club room, the den or the library - Hand-Maria Wil.ow Furniture The kinds that you see In the fin est New York city stores, uphol stered in tapestfiesi, etc, giving 6. tery pretty decorative effect. Morris Chairs & Morris Rockers . We never showed so many as now'. Mission styles- in Weathered oak with the luxurious loose Span ish leather cushions. Parlor furniture It's well worth your time to pay & Visit to the fourth floor and See the great number, of pretty pieces, for the ptarlor. Come in any time -"through the Reid & Hughes ele vator or through our store. Cour teous attention is one of "the fea tureg of this store. Hafflpson-SeileiFnrnitnreCo Connecticut's Largest Furniture Store 116-126 Bank Street are looking for Just sucn a shoe as this, made with a plain toe o las to be easy. We have a big vari ety dii these shoes. - Af $3.00 Vict Kid, congress and lace regular and extra width. AT $2.SO--Vici Kid, lace and . congress, both regular and ex tra, widthi , , AT $1.50 AND $2.00 Satin . Calf, congress and .lace, all . widths. We can fi any man. " j.craiEfiis. Baak St? esL FOR RALE CHEAP A six foot settde. Call and see it. A Kitchen Hint BROOKLYN CHIEFS. Miss Josephine Wallace of New York who has been enjoying an ex tended visit with Mrs William Madden and family of Riverside street, has re turned home, A fierce dog fight took place on Bank street. about 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon, it lasted for about half an hour and was witnessed by about 200 people. The dogs were badly done up before the fight Was' ended. i Td-mdrrbw' will be an important day for the' ill embers of the- Third Con gregational church. Twenty-five per-1 sons will be received into membership in the' church to-mdrro at 10:30, twenty-three on pfof Cssion pt faith and two by letter, Thi is the largest number Of persons' who have ever been received in tie church at one time. With the admission; of these' persons the total number of persons who have beefi. ad mitted to the church duf ihg the past two years will "be seventy. This is a fine showing and reflects htuch credit upon the pastor, the ReY B. F. Root The enrollirierit Of the Sunday school Is steadily Incteasing under his vigorous pastoral work and the general condi tion of the school is the best in its his tory, , . When you write a letter you should have good stationery. Good station ery was at . one time a luxury. Now it's a necessity. A good or bad im pression is formed by the stationery one uses. We have a great many va rieties every One up to the minute fn style and color of texture at prices very low. A. C. Walker, the druggist. HOCK TRIAL Lawyers for Defense Argued Well and Secured an Acquittal. One of the most interesting Meet ings heid by the Senior Debating so ciety orf th High school Oils year took plate last night when a mock trial wasi held. 'The attendance Was large, many persons1 not members of the so ciety being present. Among the guesta were d Y. Kent, former vice chairman of the board of education, and Attorney F. P. Ouilfoile. Louis Jackson was charged with stealing a ham from Rockwood's meat m'arket tfnd C. Tyack.. Was :x charged with being his accomplice. After all the evidence had been submitted, there Was an able presentation of the different phases of the case by the op posing lawyers. The lawyer's for the state argued Well for a conviction, fciit the able plea of the lawyers for the defense for a , verdict of acquittal appeared td. have more weight with the" Jnry, and they accordingly found! the accused not guilty. The trial Was much enjoyed by those present The participants were as follows: Judge, John Gaffney, jr; sheriff, Frank Schmitz; deputy sheriff, W. Brewster; state's attorney, David . Bolger; as sistant state's attorney, Irving Miller attorney for the defense, F. Ludln ton; 'assistant attorney for the de fense; Irvdn!gl Skiltonj cletk of . the court; W. Booth; court stenographer J. O. Stancliff ; Witnessed for the state. Messrs' Rockwood, Magraw and Finn, Missed Weiner and Healy; wit nesses for defense. Mrs Flangan (Miss Packard), Mr Murphy (J. Borchardt), Dr yattghn (Edward Vaughn); . ; W. Pratt, Miss Kane and Miss Rafferty. MUSIC AT THE PARK Mayor Elton Favors It Public WorKs Board Business. The 'board of public Works' met yes terday afternoon, Mayor Elton presid ing. . - -; i It was voted to cite in property own ers oh a proposed street running east erly from Baldwin street througtt the Tracy Bros property to the Mulcahy school, on May 24, to "be heard regard ing the layout of a street there. Wood street property owners will be heard relative to layout and grade on the same date. The engineer Was instruct-1 ed to adverise for bids for laying water main in Highland avenue for the Sirrfaie hardening of Baldwin and Grove streets, and for the grading of RoDbins, Buckingham and Lounsbury streets, ' On recommendation of Commission- era Holmes and Jacksoii, George C Walker of Oakville was appointed fore man at Hamilton park at a salary of $20 a week. Property owners on Har rison avenue will be heard, relative to the establishment of building lines ill that street oh the first Tuesday in June. The petition of the Novelty Man ufacturing Co for a larger connection with the sewer on Maple street was re ferred to the city engineer. The water bills fnr the nast six month were re ceived and ordered transmitted to the collector. They amounted to $7i,2ao.i an increase of $53.52 over tne ngures Of the nreviotts half year. . Mayor Elton introduced the matter of concerts In Hamilton park, and while nothing detinite was doiie in the premises, enough was said to show that there will be niusic in the park at no distant date. LOTS AT BEN MOIIR ALMOST GIVEN AWAY Owing to the wet weather the prices obtained at the auction sale at Ben Mohr have been" ridiculously low, the bargain hunters 'hate been around and secured lots at one-third their value. Lots that, have sold seven years ago for $350 have been selling at this sale from $125 to $175 and they are sold on-easy terms at that The company has determined to fhave their agents on the ground on Sunday, all ds and the public will have an opportunity to buy lots at pri vate sale, at auction prices Sunday only. Come up and bring your frfeiids. Take Bank street ear to the brewery and walk up' the hill, Where you will find the agents. Remember this com pany has determined to close out ev ery lot on this property regardless of price. . Wilson & Tyrrell say you get your money's Worth every time af their store. Ties and collars of the latest. Mallhlot is giving double quantities of stamps to all buyers to-day. .. Vou May Eat Pastry, pork, cabbage, sinker's and many other hard things' to diggst if you take one! or two, of Fltzpatrick's digestive tablets.. They, are a won derful help to digestion; 50 cents lor a large box. Fitfcpatrick's pfiar nmcy, corner East Main and Wall streets. Telephone 63.4. WHO WANTS A HUSBAND ? The Democrat Want Column Tells Story of Man Who Wants Wife. If you Want anything tell the pub lic what it is through the Democrat and you won't be long without it. The paper is a wonderful advertising me dium and a line or two in its columns is sure to hit the right spot . Some very queer looking things find their way into the want column but after one inquires into theni he sees that those who insert them ' know their business. Not iong Since a nlah put in a card saying he had a wagon which he would exchange fol' nothing. He" said he put it this way sd as to attract attention and when people would call he kuew he would have no trouble getting them to believe that the word almost , was inadvertantly omitted from the advertisement. At first sight one would say that the1 following is a strange sort of advertisement, and still there is nothing wrong about it: "A gentleman wishes to marry fair-haired, good looking working girl, about thirty years of age;-NaUga tuck or. Beacon Falls shoemaker preferred. Address G. N. D. N., Democrat of fice.". ........ , The above is now running in the Democrat and has occasioned a whole lot of talk, many, wanting to know what it means.- As a matter 6t fact it means just What it says. The gen tleman1 who paid for the advertise ment is up to snuff. He is a young man, not bad looking either, and is anxious to marry one of the fair "rub ber girls" down the road. Some .of the girls about town thought lie" was &ftef an ordinary cobbler and Were" eufiotis to know where there are any girls working at the business. 5his shows how little the "brass giris' know fe feafdihg. the outside World. Why sohle Of the handsomest young wom en in the country af e employed in the rubber shop's at Naugatuck and Bea con Falls, They call them shoemak ers, but there is a vast difference be tween their line of work and that of the everyday cobbler. MIH AT CITY HALL CLOSES T0-KIGHT To-night at City nail the1 fair of the At O. H. will come' to a close All member and others having stubs of tickets that are sold must turn" them In not later than 10 o'clock to-night and settle for same. The attendance last night exceeded that of any other night during the week. The attractions are making a decided hit, a change of program being made each evening. 'The stepdaneihg iast night was good arid Mr Oiirley deserted the applause he received. 'This evening a" promenade Wili be given and Lallier's orchestra Will fur nish music. The admission will be the same as usual, 15 cents. The combination beck tickets for $1,000 in cash are becoming more1 pop ular as the fair progresses. The arti cles on exhibition in the show Window Of E. G. Kilduff & Co will be on exhi bition In the hall this evening. (Jet a eharice- on that beautiful sofa pillow. A GOOD PLACE FOR A BAND CONCERT It Is not likely that there is any truth in the talk that J. II, Whitte more is abOiit to erlve Wntorfinrw th surprise of its life by calling tipOn mayor Hilton one of these fine days arid turning over to him the handsome lot at the cSffier of Grand and Bank streets, once the trystihg piaee" Of the dear departed fink building, with the understanding that the city Will spend u iew uouars Deauarymg it ana that band Concerts be given there during1 ths fine weather. This Is too good to be true, but it Odes cot seem unreason able to believe that the lot could be had for band concerts until such time . as the owner Wants to use it for other pur poses. It would make an ideal spot for that business and music lovers should loso ho tlriie In Seeifig What can be done toward holding band Concerts here during, the coming Summer' and foil. HO GILLETTE VERDICT. The Jury Stood 7 for Acquittal, 5 for" Conviction. Litchfield, April 30. The jury in the ease of Otis E. Gillettev charged with destroying ballots in the Winsreri 1ap- tlon, reported a disagreement yesterday uiiernoon. arter Mine nut fanr himra The jury stood seven for acquittal, fiye for rnflvtrttnri Thi ctnto'D d t-t-n-n has hot yet decided whethef he will nora uinetie ior anotner trial. TIMELY TOPICS. E. J. Finn's store IS headouarters for the besfe that is to be had ill men's and ladies' shoes. : Jf. G. twining can furnish votir house from ffUn-r fn nttl Sao Ma bedSj carpets, couches and matting. The Currari Dry Goods Co's specials for to-night and Monday are the best yet. You can buy almost everything you need for Sunday in the big store. Miller & Peck will Sell tan covert jackets at $4.uS this evening. Big bar gains In every department. I. Chase is showing some pretty nov elties in May millinery. He has the latest in shapes and trimmings. Reid & Hughes offer Some fine bar gains in ties, collars and shirts for ifien this evening. Money havers everyone of them. The Trott Baking CO has coffee cakes ready for purchasers to-day. They are ft luxury. . . The Zlgiafzki-Mark Co has a full line of picture goods. Tlctufe frames made to order. R. R. Haider & CO have jtist the right kind Of wearing apparel for the small boys. Prices are low and a base ball bat with every suit ; You save money On every pair of shoes you buy at the Original Boston Family Shoe storey 153- and 157 South Main street Shoes to fit everybody. Upson & Singleton are selling the best clothing and pants , of the latest , pattern can be bought from $2.50 tip. ; Wenzel's TagSrefr is a SrObd place to visit when yoU Want negligee" shirts or : fixings. , ' , X B. Muilihas & Son's! bdyiS' store is headquarters for the best clothes to j tog out the little fellows. " i Grieve, Bisset & Holland have cut i prices on a lot of seasonbale goods for the 'benefit of those who Buy after G o'clock to-night COURT BUSINESS. Short Calendar Matters and Several Cases Assigned. ' At short calendar in the district court to-day the demurrer to the de feiise in the Suit of the New York Eveiilns- .Tmirnnl ' ncnfnsf F.Hzftbetfi iiv-vjui luj1 b uuiiu vjus vvtrruicu, uuu the demurrer in the case of Alexander vs Bolin was Sustained. The cases as- signed for hearing were the city vs John Rafter and Frederick . Gray vs B. A. Lewis for Monday, and Albert Burritt's estate ts the city for Tues day. For Monday, May 1G, Kate Harty TS the city. ' l" , ' ' The May term of the" superior court opened here this morning, Judge Silas" A. Robihson presiding. A Short calen dar session wa9 held and a default was alldwed Attorney O'Neill in his , suit againsfc Mary E. W. Smith, the famous litigant -61 Bridgeport. Four months were allowed as the tefni ih Which all clairM against the" firm of Seeley & Upham shall be filed. This concern' has befiti dissolved. All the other motions, went over to next week. The trial list was read and the fol lowing assignments made: John T. McCartry against the Connecticut Railway and Lighting Co, and Allesan dro FHlepponi against the. Waterbur Clock Co for Tuesday; Vincent R. Dil lonis ag;aihsf Constable Walter ';Bj Lan- nun nnrl 4-t C.n-rrG.in 1170 SfiT'lnfra Kflpf- I dayf Gliotfinhi Castagnola vs J. Guy Son; Porter L. Wood vs Edwin JU immgf TKtif sday, - OLD CASES ON DOCKET, Attofneys O'Keilt and EronSon Lay II en to the City Attorney. Judge Cowell ih.the district court to day stirred up a hornet's nest and At torneys O'Neill aiid Br'dhsoh todk ad Vantage 6f the opOprtdnlty t6 insert several tefy 16n& haf. pihs between hlg fourth and fifth fibs. Th judge Was readihgi 6ter' the list of cases, rej marking on thif ages as went alOhg. One, he said WfiS old 4?R6iigli tor Walkv ttrid ahOther Will b6'8eteh- teeii next fall.- A f ew cases of egfc'3 Was the bone Of Contention 4 itflotbet aha .totig ago the eggs prondced chick1 ens and the chickens must -be great grandmothers now if they have not been assimilated by the chicken mar ket A horse case in Which the wag on1 ran -away wdth the horse woi-e Out three cases of type, it has been ,'set up 6 often. And sO the judge went on until he reached the appe&l Of Biif ritt from the board of assessment Here Attorney O'Neill stood , tfp ahd registered the biggest kick that haS beea heard Ih that court Tor Some timet It was all done oh the SpuF 6f thei momeSt' Mr O'Neill Bald that Be f? h& feat son wnv cases iii which the citf is io-- terested Should ibe put off and off and Off until their very identity is lost and for no reason whatever that he cottld See, only upon th statement Of the city attorney. When a city case has been n the docket .two or three years ho more attention as paid to If and by and by the docket Is taken. tlf wdth hardly anythitig else , but dry crises. Why they ate allowed to aOTm- n i HTf nil- ii rap km w iiri i"m i r i . i n abooit time, he said,- that something should be dOne. If the city attorney is not able td take eftfe Of the eases' he shotild hate a deputy or twd, oif thi'ee deputies, if necessary, to help htm get them tried. The present method IS far frdm satisfactory, . and he has heara frequent domplaints from- mem bers of the bar City cases should haye no more; privilege 'than any oth er case, Mr 0Neili insisted. . Judge Cowell here remarked, that satfd he Was aware of that 'and that the court seems to be looking, after the taxes. At present the city attorney seems to hav6 about four miiiidn city' cases to take care of and he ought to get help. The city's interests seem" to be Well taken eare 6f Bnt hOtBin at all I s'ald about the other parties to Oie cases. ' : ' . - Judge CoWe-ll said he WOuld let tb matter go over to next Saturday. BUt Attorney Bronson. was on his feet in a monient and objected with all his might to such a course.. As the mat ter was on, he might a well get a. dig at It , a Then he s&id the case Was an appeal from thfe assessinefit fof widen fins the brook under Brook, street. "The court said he thought that case was settled, and Mr Bronson said that could not be 'because if if Were settled If, Would not be Oh the list Ihste&d of allowing the city attorney to put the cases btef, he ought to be made1 try them. He 1R paid salaty for that. Mr Brbflson said he knew the tricks ef the office of city attorney,- because he was Uirougn tne mui once. . 1 The court maintained the city attor ney wag acting ' fairly, arid Mr Brori SOn and Mr O'Neill did nOt deny thls "You were rolling off these cases at the rate of seven, a mihtite arid yotf allowed the: rtty; attorney to leaver tbe room," protested Mr Bronson. "We had no power to hold him here," he went on. "The bar did not 6tart this hornet's nest It was 'the court. Now go ahead and assign the cases." Mr Kellogg! entered the room then. X l V 1 1 V L 1 J J ifc ... Hi. ... v .... i. .uu-'., though he lahghed at Sir; O'Neill's sally the next moment lie fcsld ha wished to hear what waS takirig' place behind brig back, and that he did not know the" casP in question was ever on the trial list, everi. lie knew it was never claimed for hearing. It turned out that he was right, where upon the case was ordered put on tha trial list and it wrtll be assigned for bearing Uext Saturday, as it Is impos sible to settle up the estate of Mr Bufriff until the case is disposed of. It is precisely Ilk the case of Robert K. Brown, who Was given some $1,800 damages against the citv for widening the brook under the CJtirran dry goods store, h!is propefty The court read off no more cases, as he did hot wish to start up any more hornet s bests. iroiar Bears m the South. The keepers at the Zoological pari, axe. sticklers for accuracy in matters re lating to natural history. ''Humph!" said one of then tie other day, "hat do you thlfilf 6f this 1 Here's an account oi the arrival of a teasel frot the antarctic region having on board a poiar bear cubj eapiured on an icehrg d6wn there." "Well, What of Wat f " aslied the listener.' "Oh, nothing, excerpt that polar bears SFe found itt the arctic, but never In the .ntaretl6 regions," was the response.; iWasblnatoti Timo