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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY, MAY 31, 190 J, do you Wish to be happy, bright, energetic, witty nj healthy, and above all do you wish to be imbued, or in other words, do you wish every drop of your, blood to be penetrated with real courage? If ro, you should drink good Tea and Coffee. You may say, how will these kinds of drinks give you courage? Just reflect, didn't Admiral Dewey have courage when he fought at Ma nila? There Is a man who is a tirrn believer In drinking Tea and Coffee, for he seldom touches anything strong er didn't he have a cool, deliberate brain and lots of courage at his last glorious fight? There's a Tea and Coffee drinker for you. And at the present time Japan and Russia are at war and they are fighting and will continue to fight with a courage which will startle the whole world boforo their war is ended, and why are both of these nations so courageous? Be . cause both of them are Tea and Cof fee drinking nations. Over In Japan and Russia you will see Tea saloons eveyrwhere. and when you enter one of these saloons you get a drink that does you some good; when you come out your head and brain is not in a whirl, no, sir-ree, you've got a level head on you and you are happy and contented; that's why the soldiers of the above nations are so brave. Their brains have been educated and culti vated with Tea and Coffee and the reader of this nd should remember we sell only the good quality' of Tea or Coffee. No matter what price you pay us, vou'll find the quality is good. Phelan's T Store. 42 Eart Main St TelephOt V cfeen Paint ' Do your screens look a little shabby, if so our screen paint will improve, them wonderfully. Easy to apply, does not fill the mesh, but prevents the iron from rust ing. An economical invest ment for any one at 25 cents to 45 cents, Austin & Woodruff The oldest paint and paper : firm in the city. 157 East Main St. THE MILL. Fodder Corri. SOUTHERN WHITE, 200 bushels, -the choicest you ever saw. This is the best silo corn ou the market. Price low. WHEAT $1.25 HUNDRED. r Have you tried It? Just the thing for young chicks. CORN and CRACKED C01.N, cool and sweet. , , D. L. Dickinson & Son. Corner West Main and Judd streets. 'Phone i2a - " ivory an Hacks furnished at short notice for weddings, funerals and other occasions. J. H. McEvoy, 126 Baldwin or 16 River St. SPECIAL VIIIE SALE For this week we will have a SPE CIAL WINE SALE OP CALIFORNIA tWJNES from SONOMA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, the largest vineyard of choice European wine, grapes In the United States. California Fort $ .75 $1.00 $1.50 $2.00 uaia-snerry ... .75 .l.OO. 1.50 2.00 Cal a Muscatel .( .73 Cal'a Catawba .75 Cal'a Angelica . . .75 Cal'a Rhine Wine . - .75 CaraZinfandel .75 Cal'a Burgundy ' .75 Cal.a Claret ... .60 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 .75 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 N. B. With each gallon we give ,ten chances on one case of James E. Pepper and one case of Wilson Whis . kies. Brass City Liquor Co PASTERNAK BROS, Props. 213 South Main St. opposite Grand. Branch 293 Bank, near K. R. Depot Ladies' entrance on Union street. See sign "Brass City." SHIRT WAIST SETS I We have just received a new line of Shirt Waist Sets, the latest designs and entirely different from anything that you have seen. Wo have also some new styles in Belt Buckles and Hat Pins and Brooch Pins. Look in our window. WEDDING RINGS, all styles, at reasonable prices. Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing ind Engraving done promptly. Give us a trial. . The Gaffney Jewelry Co 2 NORTH MAIN'FT. s u Food Stable. 1 n 1904 MAY 1904 ira. ion. ms. wia. mm. rat., sit. 8 9, 10 11 12 13 14 75" 16 17 75" 19 20 21 22 23" "24" 25 26 27"28 w w A 1 t 4 COMING EVENTS- Entertainments, Fairs,. Sociables of local Interest June 2 Inhibition of domestic arts afternoon aud evening in Friendly league hall. June 3 Barn dance by South End Social club at their rooms, Soutu Main street. June .3 Annual closing of Catholic -Women's association at St Patrick's hall, whist and dancing party. , June 9 Musical and dramatic enter tainment by league members at S p. in. in Friendly league hall. June 10 promenade given by the Washington Hill Athletic club at their hall. June 14 Ladles' social session given by (Waterbury lodge of Elks at Lea venworth hall. June 15, 16. 17 Queen's Daughters charity bazaar at City hall, for Sisters of the Holy Ghost. 1 June IS. First annual picnic by Naugatuck aerie of Eagles, No 640, at Linden park. June 18 C. T. A. - TJ. state parade and field day. Athletic , events and gameR at Driving park. June 10 Dedication of A. O. II. monument. --' . x , , June 21 Commencement eierclses Notre Dame convent. 7:30 p. m. June' 23 Lawn fete, under the aus pices of St 'Mary Magdalene's church. Oakville; good entertainment and dancing. June 24 Leap year party by the young ladles of Brooklyn at B. A. C. hall. . .' ';'. June 24 Second annual commence ment of St Thomas's school. City hall, o o'clock suarp. CITY NEWS The Mattatuck Rod and Gun club held u shoot yesterday afternoon. The painters' meeting will be held this evening instead of last,, evenius as was advertised. . ;. Commissioner H. L. -Wade of . the de partment of public works is. home af ter a vacation of several weeks. 1 uaniei aiurpny, Traveling salesman for a New York machine company, is spending a few days at his home in this city.; : ' - William Cooley of Buffalo, N. Y.. spent Memorial day with his sister, Mrs Charles S. Phelps, at 175 Chestnut avenue. . t The district court, criminal side, opens one week from to-day. -There is considerable 'business to be disposed of. but it is not expected that it will occupy more than the usual time, half an hour. Generally the greater part of the, business is settled out, of court. Attorney Lynch to-day entered suit against the Scovill , Manufacturing Co for $10,000 damages' in the Interests of Thomas Flanagan. The complaint al leges that Flanagan was engaged drilling holes in masonry for the de fendant on June 3 last. He held a drill which was struck by an eight-pound hammer wielded by another man. Ow-, ing to some defect the eight-pound hammer struck Flanagan with great force on the left arm, disabling him for a long time and permanently in capacitating him from earning as much as he was in weekly receipt of up to that time. The case is return able to the June term of the superior court. All lovers of whist will be out in force on Friday evening when the Catholic Women's association will give its final whist party. It was thought that the last dance given a couple of weeKS ago would be the fast' thing in entertainments of that sort to be giv en this, season, b-it there was so "ivat a demand for a whist party that ' it was finally decided to give one. There will be accommodations for about 260 and the game will start promptly at 8:30. Special efforts will be made to Accommodate every one who is present at that time. The party will be given in the large hall on the top floor and the exhibition of work will take place on the second floor. One of the city laborers gave a milk man and his horse quite a shook in Ex change place this morning. The man was occupied with his broom and cart, but the fellow In the milk wagon was taking things easy and the horse had its own way. Instead of turning to otle sine tue animal tried to run down the eureka cart, but the sweeper would not stand for that and hit the' animal in the face with the broom. Then the horse did what it should have done at the outset, turned out of the way, and cid it so quickly that the wagon came near taking a tumble. The man on the Inside looked mad, but the fellow with the broom took no notice of-the milk vender's long face and kept right ou about his business. , ( A parade took place through some of the public 'streets yesterday morning which attracted almost as much inter est as that of the G. A. R. en route to the Soldiers' monument. It consisted of a number of laborers who had coine in on the cars and were footing It to the Cheshire road, where they claimed they had secured-positions -with Con tractor T. J. Ley & Co. They carried everything that goes to make up house keeping .in regular shanty , style, large trunks, bedding, tlu cans, pots and ket tles' and dear only knows what they had concealed in the trunks and tied up In the big bundles. The expressmen got nothing out of the crowd. They carried their own traps and came pro vided with enough rations to last tuem until they reached the Cheshire road. Reading. Is a pleasure when .it", in volves no strain on the eyes a posi tive pain when it dors. If your eye sight Is naturally bad, or has become so, come in and let us examine your, eyes free of cost to you. If there's an. eyeglass remedy known, we can supply 1t promptly, intelligently, ac curately, and our, charges are any thing but excessive. The Upson Jewelry-Co, opticians, OS Bank street. Miss Anianda H," ITaviland of Hart ford is visiting friends In this city. Yesterday afternoon the lire depart ment was called to the residence ot Mrs Joseph Wiidman, 384 North Maiu street, where flames had gutted every thing in a closet and were eating through the attic to the roof. The fire men had to tear off some of the shin gles before the blaze was extinguished. The building belongs to-" Christian Ilauser. It will take a few hundred dollars to make good the damage, a fair share of which was caused by water. . The board of education will hold the Tegular mid-monthly meeting this even ing and besides considerable buslne? of a routine nature the annual question of Increasing salaries of the teachers will be taken up. According to the plan laid down a few days, ago there are no surprises of an unpleasant na ture In store for any of the teacners. Kids for; completing unfinished rooms in several of the schools will be opened and contracts awarded -unless 'the bids are found to be too high. ; FOR RENT . Flat of seven rooms in block corner South Main and Grand streets, new ly renovated. Art ideal place for fur- . nished rooms, also five rooms 98 Fair view street, first floor, fro n t and side entrances, all improvements. In quire on premises or '. JOHN J, SHEEHAN Warehouse. 223 Bouth Mala 8L Phon 103-8. Storage Rooms $1 and $2 Monthly. .The best familieg In the city are storing their goods with us now and new. customers are coming dally. JOHN MORIARTY 1 135 Broadway. Office, one flight upstairs. Moriarty's Undertaking Rooms 135 Broadway; (Up one flight). Hacks furnished. Ring bell at office door fot night clerk. 1,000 lbs SUGAR CURED Castle's Corner. V,W JcuMUsn. inn " . - ,Vka. ,0J; f M . J,. It M r. xhlm THIS Newspaper - Talk About shoes is pidced here with the intention of saving you money. We know you love comfort and are sure you woidd like to practice economy, so here is a splendid chance. Our Men's and Ladles $2.00 and $2.50 Oxfords are world beaters. IE. J. PitiM 17 EXCHANGE FLACE. !We give Grecu Trading Stamus. 1 Wednesday 8c lb. 1 ' 1 1' - . . . White Hats For Graduation Are you a purchaser of such ? If so the burden of our count ers will appeal to you, as variety, style and attractive ness are in evidence; too, the prices will meet your favor for like the profusion of styles they are many and will meet all conditions. TlieMiller&PecliCo equisites White French Lawns 25c, 39c to 75c- White Dimities 12Kc to 25c, ',.( ; .A'-("'il' .''--V';: ",'. White Tcrsian Lawnsx 25c ' to 50c. White India Linens 12cto 25c, White Fans 50C to $4.98, White Gloves 25c to 98c. White Hose 25c to 50c. White Dresses 98c to $4.98 White Ribbons 5c to 98c yard. Theilller&PeckOo ailhiot'sltoStoro 111 SOUTH M AIN ETKEST, Ladies' Shirt Waists AT A SACRIFICE. At 10c to 25c. They are white, soiled and last year's style; some of them were sold" for $1.50 to $2. - We only have about one hundred, so the first one served will have the best bargains. i IT WILL PAY YOU to look at the bargains offered la WATCHES nt this itore. A specialty made ot Fine Wedding Rings. You can al ways set your Watch. Clock or Jewel ry Repairing and TCnsrravlnsr done hero. F. P. BECTON, No 25 EAST MAIN STREET, With J. H. Devereaux & Cow says he will sell you Pillsbury's best flour for provided you give his man an empty barrel. CHASE Graduation ii iiUfliwrnrri ill This Booster KELLY, THE BAKER Combination Orders for This Weekv Combination No 1 1 Gallon Pure California Sherry Wine SOc: $2 worth of Green Trading Stamps . . THE WHOLE FOR SOc Combination No 2 1 Rottle Whiskey, ! . ! 1 Bottle Gin, " , 1 Bottle Wine, -$1 worth Stamps, "'"- H . , - THE BIG FOUR FOR $1.00 Frank Brothers & Go. A Wholesale House- Cor. South Main and Union Sts. Telephone 113-6. . We have the only ladles' room in the city strictly for ladles only. J. G. Twining, 148 South Main Street. Offers 20 per cent Discount for Cash on a Full Line of Hardwood Refrigerators Cold iir Circulation, Charcoal Lined and best made inhe market. Call and see them. v . , Look at these prices: 30x00 inch Rugs ................ OSc elvet Brussels Carpet, per yard .. 91c Linoleum, per yard ............. 4Jc Iron Beds $1.98 S. T. Mattresses 4.. $2.3 Iron Folding Couch ?;o.OO Chlffoniey s $3.98 Matting. . linen warp ltyc Adjustable .Folding Go-Carts ... $4.50 Wood-seat Chairs 53c Toilet Sets,. six pieces.. $1.20 Linen Window Shades 22c the ; Colonial Trust Company Invites Special Attention to its SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES. Moderate in h rice, rentals ranging from $5 to $100.00per annum, according to size. Secure, in fire an? burglar proof vaults, guarded day and night by watchmen. .Location, central and ebn vepient . West Main Street Waterbury, Connecticut COPYBtQMT. WE CAN PUT IN AS MANY TONS AS YOU WISH. It's no tioubleXto us and you'll feel all the more content if there's plenty of coal in the-cellar When nightsare chill. We are looking for coal orders, large and small; we can rill both kinds with coal that will suit you; coal as clean as coal can be. and the price on a par with the quality. CITY LUMBER AND. COAL GO, 21 EAST MAIN STREET. Public S-4 worth of stamps with a 5-lb pall Lard .'. i , ri: $L' worth of stamps with package Korn Kiisp ........... 15o $1 worth of stamps with package Forca ............ ................. l"o $4 worth of stamps with $1 worth of Granulated Sugar. $2 worth of stamps with uOc worth of Granulated Sugar. ! $! worth of stamps with 25c worth of Loaf Sugar. , v 1 lb best Tea .................. Wo 1 lb best Coffee ..............., 3,"c 1 lb Magic Baking Powder ....... .4oo 4 lbs 2Sc Rutter ................ $1.12 Bag Acorn Flour -SOc 4 cans Tomatoes r0c 5-lb pail Lard TOo 4 cans l'cas 50e CO o sv (excejt Sugar and --Combination, to ev of free stamps, ou order). $0 worth of stamps with this order: ., ,, .- d lbs Milk Crackers 2oc 2 lbs Lard 2lc 1 dozen Kggs ................ ' t $6 worth of stamps. 74 c -161-16? South Our Bov " ' . .V. ", .. .. "",- 'Wash suits from 50c to $3.00. Straw hats for boMs and girls from 25c to $3. Tan and black long hose for boya anc girls, 15c or two for a quarter. Boys' shirt waists, half price I the 50c kind now 25c. the 75c kind now 38c, the $1 and $.2:? kind now 50c. ; Greatest values you ever saw, new this seaor and this is just the time that you need " them. A lot of colla:; that we wish to close out with' the shirt waists, collars that:, were 15c, now 10c, 3 for 25c. You will find our' boys' store full of just such bargains. Take advantage of them, for yol? are safe when you buy from FROM STREET 38 to 96 South MainSt. Jones, Morgan ' ' '. ! " ' " : : Agents for ROGERS, Jack Play uits Jones, Morgan r m t- in irnmriiwi - ; - ! '- : 1 ",' - ' ,-;t- f ; '? r1-1! ,"', , : and Jill : - We Are Well Equipped For the warm weather with a large and select stock of silk and lawn waists and shirt waist suijs , , -at.reasonable prices.;.',;.;,: See; our dlsplay in.. win- ' dows. We make ( . " Waists and Shirt Waist Suits to Orel J And out of your own goods at very low figures. Our sale. on ready-to-wear and trimmed Hats 1 is still going on. 98-100 South Main St. (Meigs block) Have You a Lain or Garden that Needs Attention! i , If so beautify it by using some of our Special Lawn Mixture and Fertilizer All of our GARDEN SEEDS are tested, and we know, they will germinate. The . B. WILSON CO., arke rA . - o ery purchaser on Wednesday, $1 worth 1 v $7 'worth of stamps with this order: 1 lb best Coffee , 3."e j n K'nniK-vhn Jar Cocoa - v.. A.m-IJ. ............. 4 boxes Matches 10c :.' ' , . - S:e $7 worth of stamps. Main Street. s' Store TO STREET. ' r 97 to 103 BanK St. & Company, ; ; ; ; . i PEET & CO'S Clothing ! 0 1 For boys and Misses of 2 to 8 years, 50cs7SctbeSuit All one piece, full length or kriee Knick erbockers, Eton col f lar, button in back, made from sturdy Denims in dirt defy ing colors & Company. Branch, 62-64 South Main S 13, 15, 17, BROADWAYt Waterbury, Conn. ( j n "V TTv TTT A TX T - ill AJL N O Builders' Hardware and Tools. ; SNEAKS: RUII THE FEFIi s lour ooy s oia suoes reel not anis stiff, but don't let him, get the sneai habit. (It's almost as bad as cigar ettes. . Buy him ono pair, perhap : (Dodge has 'em in black, white, browsj and red), but let him wear them all thtf 1 bun .1 .-v - . fc' si n 4 si lLt til 4? i . t lilliU iliiU li'AL Ot'l'lUUiUtT JVU Will U 11 i foot flattened down his feet ten do I don't personally take any stock Ut lubber injuring the eyes).' and thin general demoralization has cost yo, -(Instalment plan), just as much as i g'd . . i Can fit out the little fellows at $1 and $1.23 In Patent, Tan Calf. Box Calf and Vicl Low Cuts. Larger boys, 13 id 2, cost $1.23, $1.-- and $1.75, and th. young men and boys, 2 to (Girls too. wear 'em), can got Dodge's specia brand at $2. McKay, and $2.50 Good year Welt in Tan Calf. Velour and l'n .! tent. Very good Oxfords, too, 2 Is td fVi, only $1.50. in Viei aud Patent. 12 111-- Clerl Leather xfora OUTU MAIN STREET.