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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, MONDAY, JUNE 20, 1904. You see the temperance parade a few. daya ago? To be sure you did. There was la body of lea and coffee drinkers and you wouldn't have to b told. so; a glance at them -would tell you so. Now that's the appearance all of us should have and by drinking. Rood Tea affd Coffee (the kind we sell) will make you look as good and feel as good as they did. There was only one thing happened during the day to mar the pleasure and we've been told the best band In the state started to give us a concert on the "green." but when they got onto the bandstand they were routed and told to "move on" as If they were a gang of curbstone orators. Now, If this story -Is true, we do not think ' the fellows who moved them on drink the kind of Tea or Coffee we sell. Remember, we claim our Tea and Coffee is a splendid brain tonic as well as soothlnp to the nerves and people who do not think so should buy some and see for them selves. This week we give a well made lunch box or four bars of ex cellent soap with each pound of our warranted good 50e Tea or a shop ping bag with a pound of our fresh roasted flne tasting Coffee (with or fwithout chicory) land we have dropped bur Butter two cent per pound; that means vou can buv the best tub But ter, AND IT IS BUTTER, for 23 , cents at , -. - , , , . i - ' . -: ' '. . sphelaii's T Store. '. '42 East Main St ;. Telephone Pre y Inventory Prices Kitchen Papers, From 3 c Up. rBsdrobnisPapers, From 3c Up. I , 1 1 'iJntil July 1, Austin & Vi 157 East Main St. THE MILL. Sucrene Horse is composed of Linseed . Meal, Corn, Oats, Barley, with the proper amount of Molasses added, and no better or healthier feed for a horse can be de vised. Will Keep In any climate. Send In yoar name for a trial bag. D. L Dickinson & Son. . Ccmer West Main and Judd streets. 'Phone 120. U" THE BEST MEDICINE !or nine-tenths or au sicKness is a I i -l xr j- mt. o Imp is pleasant to take and is as ef- recuve as me Buru-i&fc's, yujitfauvea. It's a simple thing, but a .good one. We put It up ourselves, so you can de pend on it. Nugent s pharmacy, cor ner Scovill and South Mali streets. NUGEHrS PHARMACY, . lt the Junction, corner .. Scovill and . South Main streets. ' ALF DOLLAR SALE 1 hot Monogram Pure. Rye ....... .50c 1 bot Old Cognac ...50c 1 bot Tom .Gin .............. ,.-.50c , 1 bot Holland Gin 500 ! 1 bot Rock and Rva .... -.... .. ,50c I 1 bot Apple Brandv ............. ..50c 1 bot Very Old Port ......... 50c il bot Very Old Sherry 50c 1 bot Vermouth , ..... 50c . 1 bot Angostura Bitters ......... .50c 1 bot Champagne ,...50e Brass City Liquor Co PASTERNAK BROrf. Props. ' 213 South Main St, opposite Grand. Branch 293 Bank St, -near R R. depot. X. B. 10 tickets with each purchase of any bottle in the above list for one case of Ja3 E. Pepper and one case of Wilson Whiskies, which will be drawn ' July 2.. 1904. L&dies' entrance around Union street, see sign. "Brass dry." Af of oh flur If inrlnrro ywtiiuii uui miiiiuuwu toodruff "; , For Wedding, Birthday and Graduation Gifts. We have in stock a nice line of WEDDING RINGS, all styles and at prices that are reasonable. The Oaffney Jewelry Co S2 -KORTU -AIX ST. 1904 . JUNE . 1904 SOI. 101. TUB. . TIB, THDE. fEI. 1. 2 3 4 56 J"q1 ToTT HlsTi J516 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 17 21 29 1 30 COMING EVENTS Entertainments Fairs, Sociables of local Interest June 21 Commencement e---'clse Notre Dame convent, 7:30 p. m. June 22 Thirteenth annual meet ing of the Alumnae association Cong de Notre Dame. . June 23. Closing exercises of St Mary's school at 3 :30 p. m. Rev W. J. Slocum presiding. . June 23- Lawn fete under the aus pices of St Mary Magdalene's church, Oakviile; good entertainment and dancing. ; June 24 Leapiyear party by the young ladles of Brooklyn at B. A. O. hall. June 24 -Second annual commence ment of St Thomas's school, City hall, t o'clock sharp. June, 30. Shirt waist dance by the pupils of Miss Reed's academy at K. of C. hall. July 2 Carnival, Picnic and Ath letic sports by Co.E. First Regt, Hi bernian Rifles 'at the Driving park. July' 4 Second grand carnival and picnic given by South End S. C. and Waterbitry Driving association at Driving park; horse racing and athletic sports. July 4 Excursion by the Brooklyn Athletic Club to Savin Rock and the White City August 15 Festival by Vittorio Em- manuele II Societv at Driving park. ' CITY NEWS Morlarty'a undertaking night caTiB "are answered at the oflice door, 135 Broadway, up one flight, or telephone from any pan of city, 855-3. Drs McLarney, Hungerf ord and Farrell were appointed physicians for the local aerie of Eagles for . the next six months at the meeting yes terday... MiKaol Afnmhtr 1 UnPTTifln In the employ of the S. k. E.1 T. Oo, got a sliaht shock while at work' on a poie on North Elm street, Saturday, and had to be assisted to the ground. James J. Avery, aged 29 years, died yesterday afternoon at his home on Henry street. (lie leaves a widow and one child. The funeral will be ueia Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The graduating exercises of Notre Dame convent will take place Tuesday evening, June 21, tat 7:30 o'clock. An intellectual and musical treat is antic ipated. Tickets may be secured in advance at the convent kp i l The proms given by" the American band are growing more popular eery week. On Saturday night tffi Water- burv crowd was enlarged considerably by the appearance of a number of the C. JL. u. memDers oi me siaie. . Rev William McNichol, the new pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church at Watertown, wm address the next meeting of the Waterbury Prohibition alliance on Tuesday even ing, June 21, at Christian Alliauce hall, 43 East Main street, room 22, The pupils of Miss Reed's dancing class will give a shirt waist party Thursday, evening, June 30. The af fair will take place at Mis& Reed's dancing academy in K. of C. hall , and a pleasant time Is In store for those who are fortunate enough to get cards of admission. .. The marriage has. been announced to take place at the church of the Immaculate Conception Thursday morning, June 30th, of John Burke, one of Ansonia's most popular young men, and Miss Susie Sullivan of 23 Emerald street, a popular saleslady ...at Curran's dry goods store. At the graduating exercises of the senior class of the City Normal school which will be held in the High school assembly hall on Wednesday . night. the principal address will be delivered by Sara Louise Arnold, the noted edu cator. Miss Arnold is the author of a primer, which is used in the primary grades in schools throughout the country. Contractor James Sutton of this city completed on Saturday a fine stretch of sewer work in Naugatuck. J iiis men nave been employed on the work for the past six months, during which time they laid 11,000 feet of sewer. The work was done in a sat isfactory manner ,r and the streets were left in such good condition that Contractor Sutton received much praise from many Naugatuck people. Contractor Sutton began work to-day on a Torrington contract. Price, Lee & Co's directory for 1904 Is out and as usual it Is put up in good Phape and Is full of interest for everybody. The synopsis is as fol lows: .Names In directory for Inst year, including 826 removals," 27,279; new names added in preparing book for 1004, 4.972; names erased. 4.077, increase, 895; total number of names in new directory, including', 1.060 jv ni7Is' 28'174; changes in address, 14,491. It is a handy reference book and Is Jniispensible in office, stores and other pl.ices where business of a public nature is carried on. A fashionable wedding, in whi-h many Waterbury people were interest fed took place in New York yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock, when Abraham NItkin of Tarrlngton, formerly of this city, and Miss Danziger of New York ( were united in the ; bonds of matrl- mony. After the marriage ceremony, which was performed. ln the Henry outxi teujyiw, .a gruna reception was held in Apollo hall, which was filled witn invited guests. Among the guests were the following from Wa terbury: The Misses Annie and Jen nie Nitkin, sisters of the groom, Re becca Freed, Jennie Cohen and Abra ham Rosenberg. . To meet the eyes of those with eye troubles this advertisement is insert ed. It's our business to make eye tests, prescribe a cure for defective sight and to provide the necessary I eye glasses and spectacles. Upson Jewelry Co, opticians, CS Bank .street. Miss Sarah F. Shapiro, bookkeeper for the Guarantee Credit Clothing Co, has left town for an extended vaca tion visiting friends in New York, Yonkers and Bayonne, N. J. A month's mind mass of requiem will be celebrated at the Immaculate Conception church Wednesday morn ing at 8 o'clock for Miss Bridget Sweeney of Franklin street. Robert Sweeney -and John Carter of Derby land Fred Seno of Springfield, Mass, were the guests of Mr and Mrs Charles H. Saxe, of 124 East Main street, Saturday and Sunday, return ing home last evening. The funeral of Mrs Catherine De laney -was held yesterday afternoon from her late home at 129 Hill street to St Thomas's1 church, where a mass of requiem was celebrated by tne Rev Father Sullivan. The bearers were Patrick' Curran, Patrick Kelly, Pat rick Cava naugh, Thomas O'Meara, Jeremiah Xawlor and. Thomas Bahan. ENT Flat of seven rooms in block corner South Main and Grand streets, new ly renovated. An ideal place for far- ; n is heel rooms, also five rooms 98 Fair view street, first floor, front and side entrances, all improvements. In quire on premises or JOHN J. SIIEEIiAN WarehoTLwi 223 South Main SL 1 rPhon 103-3. I Moriarty solves the em igration question with out statistics. The Indian with his pipe of peace Is passing fast away; But. Paddy with, his piece of pipe HAS COME BE GQB, TO STAY. Our storage rooms are the best in tne city, the prices are the cheapest; and the insurance costs you nothing. Ask us about it.- Our Undertaking night calls are answered by ringing bell at office door, or telephone 35a-3, night or day. 135 BROADWAY, Up On. Flight, MORIARTY !S I Fowls, ' 13c to 16c lb Legs Lamb, 13c lb Fresh Shoulders, 8c and 9c lb Shoulder Roasts,- , 8c to 10 c ib Smoked Shoulders, 9c lb Special Prices on All Pot Roast Beef, Castle's Corner. Real Curiosity. That Is what leads people to look into things. It makes them wide awake to what is going on around them.- Our sale of Oxfords this week ought to ex cite your curiosity. The quality, style and prices are Irresistible: Ladies' OxfoTds ........ $1.00 to $3.50 Men's Oxfords $1.50 to $4.00 Misses' Oxfords ........ $1.00 to $2.00 Children's. Oxfords ...... 75c to $1.50 In tans and blacks. 17 EXCHANGE PLACE. Wo give Green Trading Stamps, Straw -. Hats Only 19c. We have placed on our count ers a lot of. Straw Hats, to be Sold at 19 CENTS. These' are specially big rvalues and we reeommend them to your at tention. , L CHASE ThQEllillerPeciiGo The Wanted Sort of Silks at Prices So Low That Yon will he Inter- , este'd. At 33c, 24-inch Foulards and 22-inch Fancy Figured India Silks, value 50c. At 40c, Satin Foulards, high luster, Checked and . Striped - Taffetas and Fancy Striped Silk,' value 75c. At 59c, Fancy .. Striped. Louisine and Black . Messaline Silk, value 89c kt 67c, '1,000 yards Fancy Checks and i Figures in the desirable blue -' and green combination, value $1.00. s REMNANTS OF SILKS AT ABOUT HALF PRICE. Here you, TFll find many lengths th'at rwlll make a waist or skirt. SKIRTS MADE FREE. Get your order In now as this offer is only for a short time. Come In and look at the styles and work ." manship. r.lailhiot's Noiv Storo 1S1 COUTH MAIN STRS13X THIS WEEK SPECIAL Another Hamburg Lot At 5c and 8c Yd. The 8c quality Is .6 to 7 inches wide. and worth 12c vto 15c.:f,s , . . At 5c, Celluloid Collars, from 10c ' At 39c, Gents' Bedford Cord Shirts, value 50c. 1 At 10c pair, Gents' Half Hose, from 15c. IT WILL PAY YOU to look at the bargains offered la WATCHES at this store. A specialty mada t Fine Wedding Rings. xou can al ways get your Watch. Clock or Jewel ry Repairing and Engraving dmie hers. F. P. BECTON, NO 25 EAST MAIN STREET, With J. H. Devereaux & Co.' Itk. i . .. " j, ,vj "tU!u.- says he will sell you Pillsbury's best Hour for provided you give his man ah empty barrel. KELLY, THE DAECER . :3. ."l-t.-jr.viHi' . , mmr I ra B " I his Booster fir r isird To be Driven Out Twice in Less Than 5 Months. Store at 148 South Jain is Leased. Wc must vacate June 29th Goods must be sold. Great Slaughter in Prices. Furniture, Carpets and Ranges and everything needed to furnish house. Chiffoniers $3.98 S.T. Mattress, 2 Parts 2.25 30 X 60 Rugs , 98c Oak Chamber Suits $14.98 Up . Hundreds of bargains. Call and see the goods and get prices. 148 SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATERBURY, CONN. THE ' Colonial Trust Company Invites Special , Attention to Its SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES. Moderate in Krice, rentals ranging from $5 to $100.00 per annum, according to size. : 1 ' " Secure, in fire and burglar- proof vaults, guarded day and night by watchmen. Location, central and con venient. West Main Street, . Waterbury, Connecticut ESTABLISHED 1873. , H Bergin's Sons UNDERTAKERS, Corner Scovill and South Main Sts. Night calls answered, by. T.iF, Ber- gin, 75 South Elm street; P. S. Ber gln, 102 Walnut street. s Livery, Boarding and Hack Stablesf BROOK STREET. Telephone connection; If one, Is busy call the other: Office, 603-4; stables, 255-6; residence, 333-2. Our carriages J go to all trains. I UUIIy ivicy We wish to Advise Our Patrons and all Green Stamp Collectors to Finish Green Stamp Books At our Store. Do not exchange for any other Stamp. We will give you Highest Class Groceries, Meats and Fish At Right Prices and LIBERAL NUMBER OF STAMPS with All Your Purchases- Monday and Tuesday Double Green Stamps with all Pu rchases 2 with Every 10c Purchase. The Leaders, 161-163 South Main Street 11 How much cooler it Is with a STRAW HAT on these hot days. If you do not believe it just vou spend $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3, $a50, .$4or $5 for one and see for yourself. We carry a large assortment of shapes, styles, sizes and prices. Sennits, Splits, Milans and Jap Mackinaws, high crown, low crown, wide brim, narrow brim, any way and every way. Look in north window, Bank street, and you will see some of thft proper styles in STRAVyS. FROM STREET 83 to 96 South Main St. (I Jones, Morgan & Company Agents for Rogers,, Peet & Co's Clothingr. Our F Y irst ear Jones, Morg "MEET MEAT Summer: Attritions: atv -tfiemigM Mamhioth Stocks of Seasonable Merchandise Of a Superior Character at Specially Low Prices. I FURNITURE CARPETS, CROCKERY, STOVES. RANGES, TIOTUKES.. U . , LAMPS, RUGc. ETC, ETC. 1 EVERTHING FOR HOUSEKEEPING. . REFRIGERATORS. tUl styles and prices. ... i OO-CYRTS. If you need one it will pay you to see our line. ? 11 CASH OR CREDIT. i BOSTON ViRVT.I?i5vC At the Junction South Main, Cash or Credit. HaYe YouaLawn or Garden that Needs Attentions If so beautify it by using some of our Special Lawn Mixture and Fertilizer. ( - All of our GARDEN SEEDS are tested, and we j know they will germinate. - i WILSON. CO.; The Pi. y v Builders'. Hardware and Tools. n F - W it.; mm TO STREET. 97 to 103 Banff St. 3k JUNE 20 1903-1904 ... , ... i. .. in our new store marks an era of progress, and a reign of prosper ity that proves we "builded bet te r than we knew. ' - W e acted on the belief that to retain your custom and good will, your in dividual interest must be consid ered. ' That means besides sell ing you merchandise the prompt execution of every order, the most comfortable store and most accessib le goods. Your appre ciation has been substantial. V Comp any. THE JUNCTION Scovill and Brook Sireats. "AT THE JUNCTION' 13, 15, 17, BROADWAYi Waterbury, Conn. -will to-night be a thing of the past but "F uzzy iuzzf ; Is anxious to see the big parade of t!v 17 A, Societies and has decided to continue his visr. to Dodge until next week. ; Fuzzjt says that he's 'seen a big Wednesday night's crowd' and now for Saturday. lie thinks he saw in the Big Store f MORE GIRLS Wednesday night than ever before ic his travels. Tan Oxfords, Button. Blucher an" i;ace, ItaUtons. "Waterbury Boys an. Girls, "Nancy Dodges," Canvas Good- (what no one else has brings the cw tomers says Fuzzy. DODGE SOUTH MAIN STREET.