WATEBBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY, JULY 7. 1904.
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M r, District Messenger Of-
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112 Bank Street
JSverfthtng musical. Telephone 738-3.
PIANO AND ORGAN BARGAINS
HI Square Piano, $25.00.
2 Square Pianos, $15.00 each.
4 Good Organs, (Estey's), $10.00 each.
These bargains will only last a few
Hays, iWe wish to dispose of this
stock to make room for our other
stock. Come and receive a good bar
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; Ralph N. Blakeslee
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THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1904.
If the nation sees fit to make Mr
Roosevelt president by election, It will
be condoning much and risking much,
says one writer. It will put the pow
er of ;the presidency, the .greatest
executive authority that exists in any
English speaking country, into the
hands of a man whose orbit of move
ment defies calculation and whose
mental processes no man can foresee.
It will affix its approval to the Philip
pine and the Panama policies, with all
the political and moral deductions
which they offer for the future rulers
of the country.
Speaking of the Husso-Japanese war,
one writer says that the fact of the
Russian commander being able to hold
the Japanese in check up to the pres
ent is in itself a sort of victory. Japan
had been making careful preparation
for an armed combat; whilst Russia up
to the last moment believed the differ
ences between the two countries could
be settled by diplomacy. This explains
Japan's success in the early stages of
the war. When the end of the rainy
season permits the resumption of hos
tilities the Japanese will find them
selves confronted by a different set of
Rubles armory building, while the rear
of a large store room was used In Crip
ple Creek In which to place arrested
men. Every available cell in the coun
ty jail was filled to overflowing with
the more desperate "anarchists and
dynamiters." In the Rubles armory a
aeaa line was marked with chalk
across, the eastern end of the room and
orders were given to the guard that if
any man dared step across this line to
shoot him down at once, writes an ex
change. Communication with the out
side world was prohibited. One man
was seen smiling at some one outside
across the street. A dozen soldiers at
once charged to where this outsider
stood, dragged him by the feet Into the
hall and threw him in amonsr the other
prisoners, charging him with using
aeaf and dumb signals as a means of
communication. Several times Krag
rifle N balls were "accidentally' dis
charged through the basement floor.
one of which ploughed its way through
tne flip fooue of Fred Master, of local
No 13. Jack West, of the same local,
narrowly escaped being hit by one of
tnese "accidental" shots.
HEARD IN PASSING
In order to illustrate the practical
utility of "glass or crystal cloth," the
exhibitors at the world's fair at St
Louis have erected a stage with foot
lights on wihlch everything is of this
inimitable fabric. The floor is covered
with glass carpeting, which is not in
jured by use. The domed ceiling land
walls are decorated with white glass
cloth, tucked and studded at regular
intervals with rosettes of every color
which look like so many bright-hued
flowers growing from out of a bed of
the purest white. The very furniture
is upholstered with glass in different
colors, while American flags in realis
tic colorings are set at each end. The
picture ls completed toy a group con
sisting of six figures, a 'bride and her
attendant, bridesmaids, all robed In
the purest white and in gowns illus
trating the latest fashions.
land Watch Co
Throughout the whole of the busi
ness of platform making in connec
tion with the republican convention
which nominated Roosevelt and Fair
banks, no republican either in con
gress or in executive office has shown
the smallest amount of statesmanship.
Not one has proved that he can rise
above a merely partisan point of view
and labor for a solution which will
bring us social peace, by insuring the
contentment of the two races and the
effective establishment of the rights
of both, says a New York writer.
Not one of them seems to have even
looked around for such a solution,and
the inaction hitherto pursued would
better have been maintained than
adopt a futile and Justly suspected
resolution such as was put In the re
publican platform. The most Inno
cent gense that has been put upon it
leaves it dishonest It is that the
convention felt the need of doing
something to maintain its hold upon
the negro vote in the north, and there
fore threw over the people who favor
a white republican party in the south,
thus driving all the southern people of
white skin to unite against "negro
v It matters little whether our rifle
men win the Palma trophy from the
English marksmen, land then return
the same emblem because of a cry
from abroad about gun barrels or
some such trifling technicality, or
whether Sir Thomas Lipton is to add
fa fourth leaf to his Shamrock in an
endeavor to "lift the cup." Haverford
college will continue for all time to
invade the cricket fields of England,
bowling and batting with the best
that that land of experts can produce,
says a writer ln a sporting Journal.
These annual pumeys of the Penn
sylvania collegians are now a regular
feature of the cricket season abrotad,
and by the consistently high class per
formances of the pilgrims much mis
sionary work is done each year to put
on n still firmer basis the Anglo
American alliance in the field of
sports, at least. Haverford's 1904 in
vasion opened auspiciously at Rugby,
June 21, when, on the first day, a
draw was recorded, largely through
the splendid batting of the visiting
Americans. Both sides scored well
in this opening match, H. H. Morris,
of the Haverford team, doing partic
ularly well at the wicket.
What was known as the bull pen in
Victor during the recent uprising was
nothing but the large hall in the
The battleship KentnoW
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wonderful sail in spite of the fact that
it, aaa to oe done in water. Baltimore
Emperor William will not allow any
or ms ministers to learn to olav eolf
If there is any swearing to be done the
Kaiser doubtless wants it done in his
way and not according to the rules of
&t Andrew. Denver Republican.
Senator Smoot of Utah has only one
wire. ut tnat does not keep inac
curate persons from referring to him
as a polygamist. A beautiful case of
a man being known by the company h
keeps. New York Evening Sun.
No, we are not discouraged. "Some
day the street railway company will
adopt the signal buttons and over each
a neatly printed card: ''You push tne
button, the car stops," will be our re-ward.-T-Springfleld
The Boston mother who has Intro
duced the fashion of leading her rest
less boy by a chain on the street when
she goes shopping has invented a
scheme which ought to be very useful
to people who take their children to St
Louis. Boston Globe.
Report comes that ex-Mayor Yan
Wyck of New York called upon Rich
ard Croker at Wantage lately and
"after asking support for Mr Cleve
land hastily left." It is inferred that
Mr Croker kicked him out. He evi
dently does not take kindly - to the
Cleveland program. Bridgeport Stand
An American of another generation
revisiting the scenes of Fourth of July
celebration might be curious to note on
how many village greens the Declara
tion of Independence was being read,
how many orators were patriotically
haranguing listening throngs, and in
what other particulars the old-time tra
ditional observance of the day was
being maintained.- New York Evening
World. , , .
An an tl-trading stamp bill was
passed by the legislature of Massachu
setts and signed by the governor and
will go into effect on December 1 rf xt
It imposes a tax of 3 per cent upon all
stamp transactions, and the expecta
tion with those who procured its pass
age is that the trader cannot afford to
buy the stamps and pay the tax too.
The law will be tested as to its consti
tutionality and there are many who be
lieve that it cannot stand that test.-
Norwich Record. ilSr " :
It is given out in New York that the
same steamboat inspector who'exam
lned the General Sloeum, and then re
fused to aflswer questions for fear of
criminating himself, was the last to
examine and report favorably on the
Norge whose wreck revealed rotten
life preservers and Inadequate facilities
for escape. Isn't It about time for the
general government to part company
with this remarkable assistant? It is
said the Norge was allowed to carry
488 passengers and had over 700 on
board. Who is responsible for this?
Hartford Courant. ..,, j 3 .-" . ;
It is a novel spectacle to see a Tam
many delegation 1,000 strong rolling
into a national convention city shout
ing as one man for Grover Cleveland
as their candidate for the presidency.
Tammany has gone to many conven
tions in the past in vociferous opposi
tion to the candidate of its party in its
own state. It opposed Cleveland twice,
as it opposed Tilden before him, but
its opposition helped rather than in
jured the object of it. Indeed, ft has
become a custom to say that anybody
whom Tammany opposes in a national
convention Is thereby assured of suc
cess. New York Globe.
WHAT CAN BE BROUGHT IN.
T 'I- H ft 't' frt t V " t 'V X
Secretary of the Treasury Gives Sensi
ible Advice to Travelers.
Americans who go abroad will be
glad to know at last what they have
a right to bring home with them with
out being pestered to death by cus
toms officers. Secretary Shaw, who
has brought an unusual amount of
common sense with him to the treas
ury department, has issued a circular
advising trans-Atlantic travelers,
when they return from Europe, to put
all dutiable articles near the tops of
their trunks, and to bring original re
ceipted bills for "articles necessary
and decorative purchased abroad," so
as to save customs officials and trav
elers both a good deal of trouble. Mr
Shaw announces also, in accordance
with the recent decision of the circuit
court of appeals, that each passenger
may bring into the country for him
self or any other person articles pur
chased abroad up to the amount of
$100, provided they are not for sale.
This includes, however, only 50 cigars
and 300 cigarettes. The senior mem
ber of a family may include all the
members thereof in his declaration.
And now ifi a little common sense
could be infused into the conduct of
the customs department, so that
there could be an exercise of fair dis
crimination and judgment in accept
ing the word of decent and respect
able travelers, much of the outcry
against a protective tariff, which orlg.
inates on the steamship docks of New
York city, would be heard no more.
AlTi Old Favorite
FROM "IN MEMORIAM
By Lord Tennyson
IT Is believed by many that Lord Tennyson referred,
in the first stanza given below, to the poem "The
Ladder of St. Augustine," by Longfellow, wherein the
same thought occurs. But the late poet laureate has
left It on record that he "who sings to one clear harp
in divers tones" is the German poet and philosopher
Goethe. "It is Goethe's whole creed," eaid Tennyson.
The whole splendid poem "In Memoriam" is a tribute
to Arthur Henry Hallara, friend of Lord Tennyson, who
died in 1833 at the age of twenty-two.
HELD it truth, with him who sings
To one clear harp in divers tones,
That men may rise on stepping-stones
Of their dead selves to higher things.
I sometimes hold it half a sin
To put in words the grief I feel;
For words, like Nature, half reveal
And half conceal the Soul within.
But, for the unquiet heart and brain,
A use in meavured language lies;
The sad mechanic exercise,
Like dull narcotics, numbing pain.
In words like weeds I'll wrap me o'er,
Like coarsest clothes against the cold:
But that large grief which these enfold
Is given in outline and no more.
I hold it true, whate'er befall;
I feel it, when I sorrow most;
'Tis better to have loved and lost
Than never to have loved at all.
I t"HHH"H' 'If '1' & 'fe t H.
How Most People
By Mrs. FRANK LESLIE
HIKK how men and women reply to the query as to
which member of the opposite sex is the one best
adapted for a lifelong companionship, this being, as
we all know, one of the MOST IMPORTANT of
nature's conundrums. Every one of us at some period
has had it propounded, and probably every one of us
has decided it in a manner differing , from what we
should have selected had we better UNDERSTOOD the matter.
A man sees a woman at some social gathering; it matters not if
it is at the reception of a duchess or a queen of society in our own
country or if it is at a "sociable" or a dance in some little country
town, Nature is pre-eminently no respecter of persons and works in
the one case PRECISELY as she does m the other. The girl is
well dressed, gay, smiling and evidently pleased with the young man's
attentions. They pass an hour together and part with mufcaal good
will. A dozen or so of such interviews, a few calls at the family
dwelling, a ride, a drive, a walk or two, and he is prepared to Offer
himself AND SHE TO ACCEPT HIM. If any one having the
right demands of him the raison d'etre of the solid foundation of his
selection and consequent engagement he replies that it is all right;
that he understands Fanny thoroughly and is quite sure she will make
him happy. As to whether HE is quite sure to make HER happy,
it is usually the last thing he thinks about. "What sort of a girl is
she ?" asks the mother of the happy youth, recalling the mistake she
made in guessing life's conundrum.
"Oh, she's a jolly girl, as jolly a girl as ever you saw," replies the
wise young man judicially. "She is as light hearted as a bird, al
ways full of fun and laughter, always ready for anything proposed
in the way of amusement, good natured and obliging, great taste in
dress and as neat as a pin in fact, SHE IS JUST THE KIND
OE GIRL I LIKE AND CAN GET ON WITH. I hate these
prim, mopish, proper sort of girls who are always getting tired and
faint and frightened at everything from a spider to a cow and mustn't
get their feet wet, and all that."
So they marry, and he finds that he knew as little about his wife
as she did about him. The high spirits and constant cheerful alacrity
in matters of amusement were THE GIFTS OF YOUTH AND
HEALTH and shade with beautiful ease into peevishness, discon
tent and a restless desire for new amusements and distractions. The
constant attentions of the suitor give place to the INDIFFERENCE
of the husband, and the disappointed wife utters complaints long and
loud that he is by no means the devoted slave she was led to believe
him. He" retorts that if she were as cheerful and amiable, as well
dressed and trim, as he once had known her he should be as much
m love IT IS HE who is disappointed and has a right to com
THE MATRIMONIAL QUESTION A3 TO "SCISSORS" IS WELL.
STARTED AND GOES ON UNTIL ONE OR THE OTHER GETS FLUNG
INTO THE WELL OR PERHAPS FLINGS HIMSELF OR HERSELF
INTO SOME DEAD SEA OF DESPAIR.
MAXIMITB SAFE ENOUGH.
But It Is Almost 50 Per Cent More
Efficient Thau Dynamite.
Mr Maxim will show you one of his
important inventions, his powerful,
shell exploder known as maximite,
which in explosive force is about 50
per cent more efficient than dynamite,
and somewhat more powerful than
This maximite has lately been
adopted by our government as a
bursting charge for projectiles and
shells, and it is equaled in shattering
force by only two other known sub
stances. In spite of its 'high explosive quality
it is a very safe compound to handle,
and is practicallv unaffected by shock,
and will not explode by being set on
Are even if a mass of it is stirred
with white-hot iron. It will burn
with a bright green flame, and can be
ignited with a match.
All this Mr Maxim demonstrated bf
lighting a piece of smokeless powder
and dropping it in a dish containing
some lumps of maximite. He also
melted lead and poured it over dry
lumps of maximite, and, while it
burned freely, like sulphur or wax, it
did not explode.
In appearance maximite somewhat
resembles sulphur, being yellow in col
or and quite hard. It is easily melted,
in which condition it flows like molas
ses and is poured into steel projectiles
X-Bays for Pearls.
Oysters are examined by X-rays for
pearls by a French Investigator. The
oysters are not injured, and those con
taining pearls too small to be of value
are returned to their beds for further
Mrs. Benham Do" you think a Mor
mon who has ten wives can be really
Benham Well," he has ten chances
to my one. Town Topics.
BP m St. x
The Kind You Have Always Bought
A GOOD POLICY
If you contemplate an out
ing this summer and find
you need a traveling case,
would be to hold on to
your money until you see
tne values we are giving in
Genuine LEATHER SUIT CASES with canvas lining,'
steel frames, polished brass fastenings, respectable in appear
ance and durable in wear.
$3.00 to $5.50.
Come in and look them over. ;
Wilson & Tyrrell, 115-117 South Main St.
Some hints about comfort in travel
ing. Whether your ticket reads Atlan
tic City, St Louis, or Europe, you
won't have any comfort on your trip
if your hand baggage isn't adequate.
We have on sale this welcome group
of DRESS SUIT CASES, TRUNKS
AND BAGS AND UMBRELLAS. We
are exclusive in that line. No details
to-day. We hope to talk to you every
day for a little while and give you
some ideas on preparation. I can Offer
you low prices on best leather goods.
Don't want to (buy .lust now? Come in
and look them over and we'll show
you something. Buy when you like.
Yours for a good time.
Waterbury Umbrella and Truirt Mfr s,
153 Bank Street.
Yes. we repair and re-cover Um
brellas, Trunks and Bags in best man
ner. Telephone 119-2.
Decorators for fairs, balls, weddings
and public celebrations. The Roberge
Co, 34 Spencer ave. Telephone 237-14.
XTTRTEN'S HORSE MART
Auction 8ale Tery Tuesday at 1 p, is,
Bain or Shine.
SOUTH END STABLES, opposite
Eagle Brewing Co.
22c HANDSOME FIPES-22o
Window full to select from, only 22c.
EDWARD A. FERRILL,
323 Bank street
At Fi-auk Orabers bird store, iff
South Main street.
DB FEO & CIMMINO.
110 Bank street Telephone.
W. M. DOYLE.
25 Jefferson strset x
New York Tailoring Co.
From 130 NORTH MAIN ST. to
No. 276 North Main St
And during the next 30 days
will give to its patrons anu
the public generally the bene
fit of a
Great Reduction Salo
Our renutation during the oast 15
years is a guarantee that we will ful
fill .pur promises, and when vre say
hn inrlntr the next c,J davs we will
allow 1-3 off on all our goods, which
are already aejsnowieagea to De tne
cheapest. Our customers need no oth
er eommei-t, but the public we invite
to give us a trial. Call and get
New York Tailoring Go.
130 No. Main St.
X. H. GRAY & CO, . ;
285 North Main street ! s
Funeral Undertakers. Telephone fl
11 Spring street
Up-to-date Sign Work,
Lewis Building. Sank street
BEST MEAL IN TOWN AT
217 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
WE HAVE NICE BROILERS.
REGULAR DINNER 25a
New York and China
Tea Go. i
131 So. Main St. Cor. Jefferson
ADVANCE PREMIUM SYSTEM.
Consisting of Rugs, Mirrors, Clocks,
Silverware, Lamps, etc, ivith club or
ders of ?15 "worth of our Famous Tea,
Coffee and Baking Powder.
Window Screens, large size, with 1
lb Baking Powder.
20 lbs Granulated Sugar for $1
Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Headquarters' for Fenton's Cele
brated Ceylon Teas.
IVl. E. RUSSELL,
Successor to Drescher & Kell,
Piel Bros' Real German Lager Beer on
Draught Fine Lnuch. .
07 East Main St Waterbury, Conn,
Our Declaration of Independence
In courting competition in our line l
based on our knowledge of the merit
in our goods. The experience of
more than twenty-five years has placed
us at the front in the "good beer" col
umn, and upright, business-like deal
ing with our trade and the public
generally has won the confidence of
everybody, both for our firm and for
"The Beer That's Drank"
Telephone the bottling department
for a trial order of our freshly bottled
goods for your table use. We make
Telephones Brewery, 310; Bottlery,
218-2; Cold Storap, 202.
The Hellmann Brewing Go,,
STEAKS, CHOPS, OYSTERS, Els
Everything first class it
Hodson's Grill Room
Eagle Brewing Go's
Ale, Lager and Porter o
draught, and bottled for family
TT. 13. GUEST
95 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Recommended by Physicians for all stomach
troubles. For sale by glass, quart or gaii)
J. E.WATTS. 150S0Util MalnSt
Concordia - Cafe
307-309 Bank Strtet
John Kress Beer, special brew, also
Eagle Ale and Lager. Fine Wines,
Cigars and Liquor. Bowling Ali&r
and Pool Tables.
A. BEICHENBACH, ProprtetSC
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