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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY; JANUARY 8. 1007. EBfflKE IMPf OT7 -T TVT A "R nTTR 179 Bank Street Waterbury, Conn, must be disposed of VX U . IVIXUVJ FIFTEEN DAYS , by order of the creditors. TIE SfiCI reserved. This Stock represents the Highest Grade Custom Made Fabrics of the finest manufactur ing Concerns in New York, Baltimore, Rochester, Boston and Buffalo, that were sold from $15,00 ' upwards, equal to the best tailoring that money can buy. The entire block will be covered with red signs, so that no mistake can be made as to the place, THE SALE BEGINS AT 9 A. M. ON Purchasers desiring to buy in large quantities, will confer with the management. 1 PER ORDER OF THE CREDITORS. Prices Indicated below will An Unhesitating ' LOT No. 1, 94 Men's Light & Gray Mixtiired Business Suits, ' -worth from $6.50 to $9.00, going at $2.74 i iAjx JNo. 2, 153 Men s uiacK wool uneviot onus in omgie ' and Double Breasted, worth $8.75 to $11.50, going at $4.74 ' LOT No. 3, 169 Men's All "Wool Fancy Cheviot and Cassi ; mere Suitsall in the Latest Designs, each one worth at least $15, ' going at $5.45 LOT No. 4, 89 Men's Fine Black Thibet Suits in Single and Double Breasted, Satin Lined all through, made in the Latest Style. A bargain at $16.50, going at $8.44 : LOT No. 5, 153 Men's Fine Fancy Worsted Suits in the very latest designs, worth from $18 to $22, going at $10.24 LOT No. 6,193 Men's Fine Worsted Suits, Globe, Fitch burgs, and American Woolen Co's Fabrics. These mills are known to manufacture the Best Woolens in America. Each Suit is equal, to the , Best Custom made, warranted to be worth from $25.00 to $35.00. , Going at this sale at $13.24 and $15.48 C3L Positively No One Allowed in the Building Before -the Opening Day. ta American Law Investigation and Adjustment Co,, cor Beekmah and Nassau Sts New York City, Chairman of Creditors' Committee LADY MANNERS BORN IN TENT. tier Engagement to Nephew of King Edward la Denied. El Paso, Tex. Lady Marjorie Man ners, whose reported betrothal to (Prince Arthur, of Cannaught, nephew of King Edward, has been authorita tively denied, was born In a tent In Im Vegas. N. M.. 23 years ago. Capt. John Manners, of the English army, now the duke of Rutland, was at that time in poor health. He ob tained a furlnneh and wenf tn tha dry climate of New Mexico to recu perate his falling strength. He was WimnATtlAjt h til. WIP. wVn I m " membered as a beautiful woman of most charming and simple ways. tin like most English health-seekers. ' Capt. and Mrs. Manners did not travel Lady Marjorie Manners. (She Was Reported Engaged to a Nephew of King Edward.) with a retinue of servants. In fact, they were unaccompanied by any per on. The flrst thing Capt, Manners did when ho arrived at Las Vega waa to buy an ordinary camping tent, which he put up with bis own hands on a vacant lot near the old Montezuma hotel. The tent was furnished with rots and a few rough cooking utensils, and a dry goods box for a table. Thus the couple lived for several months. It was In this teat that a pretty girt baby was bora. It was a cold, stormy lay, December 2". that marked the vent. la those days Las Vegas still pos sessed the rough, hospitable spirit of Ae west. The Manners baby was tto talk of the town. It was the pet of the tea, and the adored one of the wom- rn. She was a beautiful little bit of lomaaity. The proud toother and the irectous Infant were showered with Ittentfons. The fact that the p 'erring wind rnicl blew over the mesa crept through the tent an! over the cot where the toother and babe were ly ng awakened a fear that the exposure it It not be good for them, Bat they thrived under the Influence of the pure air. Old JaanlU Rerjo, the Mexican Men's Men's BOYS' jsJxr" No.179 Bank woman Vno nursed Mrs. Manners through that trying period, is still liv ing at Las Vegas. "Do I remember Capt. Manners' baby?" she repeated when questioned tho other day. 'To be sure I do. Was It not the most beautiful baby ever born in Las Vegas? Did anyone ever see such eyes of blue, such pink cheeks and such glistening, golden hair? And did I not hold her at the christening? Tou say her name is Marjorie Manners. Well, perhaps you are right, but as I remember it her name, as given at the christening, was Margarita Manners." HENS ON MISSOURI'S SEAL. Poultry Association Plans to Honor the Humble Fowl. Columbia, Mo. Missouri has a new coat of arms. The state has been pro Tided with a new seal. The Missouri The New Missouri Seal. Poultry association has decided that the sturdy whig. George Burckhartt. who suggested, and the first general assembly which adopted the coat of arms or great seal of the state of Mis souri, while well enough for their day. did not fitly represent the state of Missouri as It Is to-day. The old coat of arms had two bears upon it; grizxly bears, too. although Missouri had no grizzly bears at that time, if ever, in its borders. The new coat of arms, which the Missouri Poul try association has adopted for its own use and proposes for adoption by the state at large as the great seal, has upon It. Instead of the antiquated and anachronistic bears, two chickens. Otherwise it would remain unchanged. The poultry association seal was the suggestion of Charles O. Miller of Doonville. a poultry grower and officer of the association. It first appeared upon the official stationery and ribbons of the state show given at Fayette la Howard county, where, by curious coincidence, formerly resided the designer of the stale seal, where bis near klasman. Henry T. fiarkhartt. Is the editor of a newspaper. Harry P. Mason, chicken grower, also is as editor there. . . Room Rent fiaVOOO a Year. People who think rente are high will be Interested la knowing that a single room in ComhlTL London, re cently rented for tlS.Ov a year. The rents there are the highest on earth. Worth of Men's, Boys and Children's Clothing, Hats and Furnishings, Custom, Ready-made and General Merchandise will be placed on Public Sale regardless of value, at ; 33 13 cents on the dollar, to arrange for the liquidation be marked on White Tags on Each Garment. Butchery of Prices on Men's, Boys and Children's High Grade Up to date Clothing, Gents Furnishings and Hats. Overcoats for Men, Boys and Children At Prices Less Than Cost of Material. $6.50 Overcoats, $2.99 Men's $12.50 9.50 Overcoats, 4.95 Men's 18.0o Men's $25.00 and $30.00 Overcoats, BOYS' and CHILDREN'S OVERCOATS worth from $2.50 to $6.00, Going at 99c and $3.44 and CHILDREN'S SUITS almost given away. 1 Call and see for yourself Even if you live 100 miles from Water bury you should not fail to attend THIS SALE. It is without doubt the GREATEST. BARGAIN CARNIVAL the People of Waterbury ' . have ever seen. WOMAN ON HOSPITAL BOARD. Unique Distinction Held bp Miss But lard of Virginia. " Richmond, Va. Dr. Irene B. Bullard of Radford, recently appointed by the general hospital board as third assist ant physician at the Eastern State Hospital for the Insane at Williams burg, is the only woman physician in the state and probably In the south holding a responsible official position under a state government in a profes sional capacity as a doctor of medi cine. Dr. Bullard, who is yet In her twenties, looks younger than her years. Her social standing Is so high and her beauty so marked that she Dr. Irene B. Bullard. (Southern Girl Who Has Had An Un usual Career.) . could long since have blossomed Into a belle, but she would have none of It. She has been a bookworm from a child, devouring subjects far beyond her years, while other girls were yet with their dolls and their toys. Dr. Dullard graduated from Wads worth high school. Radford, where she was born and reared, at an early age. She attended a school t Madison. Wis, afterward taking the profession al course at Farmville, teaching three years in the public schools of Pulaski after her graduation. But the science of medicine, to which the child bad been attracted, now lured the girl, and. broadening her etudie as her years advanced, she la time obtained her degree as a doctor of medicine. To achieve this end she became' a trained nurse, practicing her profes sion at the bedside of her patients for several years with great surcess. Her medical education began at Boston Medical School, where she spent one1 year before entering the medical school of the University of Michigan, at Ana Arbor. After three years at this Institution she was grad uated with high raadlsg. after which she practiced for two years in Bir minghasa. Ala. Later she returned to her native state and took sp her Bfe work among her own people. She is of debts and costs of Overcoats, $7.44 Overcoats, 9.95 $12.98. HATS, HATS, HATS, At Half Price and Less. ; $2.00 Hats, 98c. ; , $3.00 Hats, $1.23. $3.00 and $5.00 Hats, $1.79. v , , ' These include the very Latest Styles in Soft and Stiff Hats Men's 50c Caps, 19c, . Men's $1 Plush Caps, 33c ' . St., Waterbury, Conn. called Into consultation in Important cases by the oldest and wisest practi tioners In Pulaski county, all of whom hold her in high regard because of her learning and ability as a physician. . Dr. Bullard la the youngest daugh ter of Mrs. Meta O. Bullard, and the late Daniel Bullard, who settled in Vir ginia prior to the civil war. Though a native born Virginian, She comes from Puritan stock, uniting the energy and progressive traits of the Yankee with the warm-heartedness and gener ous impulsiveness of the south. IN MEMORY OF THOMAS MOORE. Artistic Celtie Cress Erected on Hi Grave In England. London. Recently In the church yard of Bromham, Wiltshire, England, the Celtic cross shown In the illustra tion, which stands over the grave of Thomas Moore, tho renowned Irish The Memorial to Moore. poet, was unveiled with Imposing cere monies. Thousands attended the cere monies and green Bags and scrolls bearing quotations from the Irish Melodies' were abundantly la evi dence. Among the speakers were Jus tin McCarthy and John Dilkm. iC P. Moore waa born la Dublin on May IX. 1771. and died at Bromham on the 25th' cf February. 1132. HI famous Irish Melodies" were psbllibed be tween the years 1197 and 1SH. A Word from Uncle David, f once knew a maa who had swell a good opiaioa of himself that he hated to lock in his aalrror for fear his rV eertioa would want te break through and ahake hand with hint. administration. Every item must be sold. Men's Working and Dress Pants, At Less than Half Regular Prices, in all sizes. $1.50 Pants for 69c. $2 Pants for 97c. $3.00 Pants for $1.34 $4.50 Pants for $1.98. $5 and $6 Pants for $2.48. CHILDREN'S KNEE PANTS in ' all Sizes, worth 25c and 50c, for MEDAL FOR COMMANDER PEARY. Presented by Roosevelt In Behalf of Geographic Society. -? i Washington. The president at the annual dlsner of the National Geo graphic society the wither night pre sented to Commander Robert E. Peary, on behalf of the. society, a gold medal awarded fo the Arctic explorer In rec ognition of his feat In reaching the farthest north. The dinner wss at tended by a distinguished company, including members of the cabinet, am bassadors and their wives and many scientists, and the spirit of the eve ning was one of felicitation over the recent exploits of American explorers. Reverse Sides of Peary Medal. notably the expedition of Commander Peary and the ascent of Mount Mc Kinley by Dr. Frederick A. Cook, of New Tori, who waa a guest of honor, sitting next to Commander Peary. At the tables were seated 400 guests. Willis L. Moore, of the Na tional Geographic society, presided. and the committee assisting Included Alexander Graham Ben. W. 1. Board maa, Edward Everett Hale. Jot W. Foster. Arnold Hague. Rear Admiral Color it. Chester. Cem vTitHam On. I sier and Job a B. Henderson. Jr. The medal Is of fine workmanship and was modeled by Tiffany expert. The star near the top of the medal Is a Montana sapphire, placed at the potat where Peary planted the Ameri ca flag. . . The Engagement Ring, She Tow know the oM about rlche takiag wltrs. He No, but I know about witches aklnej ring. Wednoifa Jan. 9, at 179 Bank Street. Men's Furnishing Goods Will, go for Almost Nothing. 10c White Linen Hem Stitched Handkerchiefs, 3o 25c Silk Web Suspenders, . . llo Fine 50c Suspenders, ,17o $1 Men's Soft Bosom Shirts, in all sizes, . - 83o Men's 75c Fleece Lined Shirts and Drawers, 83o each 15c Men's Black and Brown Half Hose, " 6 25c Men's Camel Hair and Wool Half Hose, : 9o Men's 50c and 75c Union made Overalls and Jumpers at 34o Gloves for Men and Boys, all kinds and styles, at just 33 1-3 cents on the dollar: 4 A A'lC This represents the entire stock of J. Marcus, now in the hands of his creditors, which was appraised at $35,000.00, upon which the creditors must realize' $12,000 in cash in the next 15 days. Every article will be marked in BED INK upon a WHITE TAG, indicating the manufacturer's cost and the sal price of 33 1-3 per cent . AT 9 A. M., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9th, 1907. r I Phone) 937 This is our 1 1 m. jhua m And will be followed by similar Groc cry Sales every week on , Wednesday and Thursday v.. FLOUR SALE Washburn's Best (a good flour) C3c Img nilsbury's Best (mill pr!w to-day 3. 20 bbl) Our price S3.1S bbL 70c big Gold Medal. . Angelus, Dulutb Imperial . TEAS and COFFEES Onr Tea Buyer" tells us to say to the public "that he has the finest line of "New Teas" that were ever" sold In Waterbury. And by tho way our "Tea Man" Is a "Crank on Teas" aa the drummers all agree. COc grade of Fermosa. Ceylon, Gun Powder, etc. all at Sc lb SPECIAL ! SPECIAL ! "Our Tea Man" has a few chests of 50c Tea that doe not Just please hire to sen at our 3Sc price, so here they are at 23c lb, or one halt th price sold t la Tea stores. Royal Gem Coffee, The Drink of Kin gs ,.. $4 lb. Family Blend, regular 35c grade 23c lb Jupiter Brand. regular(2Se grade 2Uelb CANNED GOODS SALE Our early contract arrangements have aared the people of Waterbury from the advance on canned good th at ha taken place all over th coun try. IMI case Mocking Bird Brand Torn toe W can. IL13 don (Extra quality and worth at canning. S1.20 do.) ! ease, gallon apple 25c ran. X7K do Sm ease Queen Quality Peas 1 grade) lie ran, f 1.23 do can Antler Brand Cora (12 grad e Te can. "He dot 54 case Ha Toy Brand Corn tlie amde) 12c can. tM ran. Sle s grots fr Ricbeileu nnd Whit e Rose line of Canned Good, so- : per-fine quality. If yea want soioet king out of the ordinary try the. . DRIED FRUIT SALE We offer fnr this sale a carload of Mixed Xuta, direct from the coast Prune, small sine rmnee, large site 10c lb. S for 25e Prune, extra hit six Uc. lb 2 for 2Se . Prune, Jumbo site 14c, 2 for 29e 15e pkg Peerieri IU tains He rm 13c pkg Cleaned CurraaU S. . 11c pkg' THE CASH LEADERS, 68 - 70 - Nothing will be re' FourDeliveries Daily First-1 S07 73 East Main St.