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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1. 1CQ7. Politicians ARE VERY QUEER DUCKS" See how they are treating our post master Just because one gang thinks there should be a change simply to give another fellow a . soft s snap. Well, we're not in politics, therefore we don't know why a man should fee dropped when he Is doing his busi ness in the O. K. style. But we do believe a remark we heard right in front of our tea store the other day. The parting word was he'd rather have, the devil he knew than, the devil he didn't know. Now It's pret ty near the same way at our store. When people begin to buy our tea and coffee and they find it's the nice tasting, O. K. kind, they continue to purchase from us simply because they know if they go elsewhere they won't get the same good . quality; therefore they'd rather buy from the one they do know in preference to the one they don't know. That's one . reason we keep our eye on the Qual ity all the time. Remember if you want chicory in your coffee you must tell us so; the law won't let us sell it otherwise. This week we give a double meat roaster or 4 bars of soap with a pound of our warranted good 50-cent tea, at ,. . PHELAN'S T STORE 2 EAST MAIN ST TELEPHONE. We want to" close out our winter stock of Ladies .arid Gentlemen's Wearing Apparel and are giving some big bargains Come in' and " looK -them over lie GUARANTEE IREDIT CLOTHI.iG CO. 33 East Main St 15 Phoenix Ave. For Coughs and Colds Nugent'a Compound Cough Syrup. A rapid and certain cure for all affec tions of the lungs, throat and chest, such as coughs, colds, croup, sore throat, bronchitis, asthmatic and ca tarrhal coughs. Breaks up la grippe and prevents pneumonia. Prescriptions accurately compound ed and prices reasonable at N UGENT'S PHARMACY Uiil Koln. Conet Scoiili WALKING This week, $10.00 F. BUCK 170 North Main St. Telephone call PARTY Slippers LADIES, one and three - strap, Cuban and French HeeL $1.10, $1.25, & $2.00. MEN'S PUMP and Lace Patent Slippers. $1.50 and $1.75. Felt and Rubber Shoes. COR BuOT and SHOE Cj 28 EAST MAIN SI. Wedding Presenls AND VedJii g Rings TEE EAFFHET JEWELRY CO. 22 NORTH MAIN ST. MEETINGS TO-NIGHT. Butchers' union. Guard Lafayette: Court Acme, F. of A. Polishers and Buffers. Arbutus camp, W. W. Women's Relief corps. Court Linden, P. of A. French Canadian band. Court Oregon, F. of A. Tunxls tribe, I. O. R. M. Fourth division, A. O. H. - Wadhams post, G. A. R. Ladies' auxiliary, A. O. H. America lodge, A. O. U. W. . , Brass City lodge, I. A. of M. Brass Workers' union, No 186. - Mapv T.lnn.nln nminrll P. TV of A. Ansantawn fiii(-mnment. T.O.O.F .! Amity castle, No 11, Knights of the Golden Eagle. , I Friendlv leaeue. domestic arts. shirt waist 7:30, dressmaking 7:30; chorus, 7:30; public school sewing, 7:30; school of housekeeping, ; pub lic school cookery 10, 1:30; third course cokery 7:30.: - '; - irV MAGAZINE FREE TO YOU. ;! ' Subscribers to the Evening Demo crat cau have a first class magazine free of charge if they will only com ply with . the requirements, which .we to pay your subscription in advance at the office. . The February number Is now ready,' and those who want their names on the list should pay to-day or to-morrow. CITY NEWS William Keegan, son of Detective William P. Keegan of 50 Beacon street, is seriously ill at his home. The Cotillon club of Naugatuck will give a dance in Columbus hall, Naugatuck, on Thursday evening, January 31. Walter Barrett, who has charge of the furnishing department of J. B. Mullings & Sons, will resign on Sat urday evening. ; Miss Catherine Shanley' has ' re turned to her home in New Haven after spending a few days with Miss Mae Totten of South Main street. Notre Dame alumnae will hold a very important meeting this evening and it is requested that every mem ber who can possibly attend will be present. - Mrs Thomas B. Moran nee Heffrin, administratrix, filed her final report on the estate of her father the late Edward Heffrin in the probate court yesterday. The . reports shows an estate of $25,000 to be distributed betweeu the three heirs. Misses Kate and Annie Heffrin and the adminis tratrix. ,w - Letters remaining unclaimed in the postoffiee: Miss Lena Bousnan, Mrs Walter L.' Benham, Joseph Cordl, Miss Etta Graves Fred iTawklns, Geo Hoadley, Mrs Mamie Hill, John Ken ney, Mrs Alexander Lavoie, Mrs Bessie Totter, Jostram G. Reynolds, Mrs William Smith, John Szira. Miss Ida M. Catlln. Cases set down yesterday morning for hearing in the city court were: William Smith against Martin Dal- ton lor Friday morning. This is a suit for wages. Friday afternoon. Jones, Morgan & Co against Fred C. Grelle, an old. case for goods sold, Saturday morning, Title Guarantee and Trust company of Brooklyn, N. Y., against B. J. Torkomlan, to re cover a fee for a title search. Miss Katberlne Coer of Waterbury Is the editor-in-chief of the Pioneer tbe semi-annual publication of the New Britain Normal school students, which appeared yesterday. The book Is bound in leather and Is all hand work, only one copy being made. This copy is placed on the table In tbe li brary, where the students and faculty can see themselves In cartoon and verse. The book contains many clev er bits and a number of fine draw ings- The board of charities has quite a job on its hands just now, but the commissioners expect to cope with it ail rignt. Monday the sewer stopped and Superintendent Brennan promptly reported the fact at the of fice. A short session was called and the matter was turned over to Super intendent Morris, who is having it looked after. In some places the sew er is twenty-five or thirty feet be low the surface of the ground and it is quite a job to get at it, but the men are at it, no matter what it costs it will have to be done. In some respects it Is an advantage to have a sewer pipe buried deep in the ground, but it has its drawbacks, too, and one of these is when it gets clogged and you have to get down to it. Notwithstanding Alderman Lar kln's declaration that he meant, noth ing more than to have bids called for printing the register by the clerk and then letthe comptroller contract for the work, some take his position differently and want to know what is the reason no such motion ever is offered when the clerk is a democrat. The register for 1905 was ordered printed before the former board went out of office, an entirely new departure, and when tbe present board got into tbe harness they, too, passed a Tote ordering the clerk to have it printed. This looked like a deadlock, but long before the second one was passed copy for the register was in the hands of the printer and instead of making a kick about it the majority representation set the seal of approval upon the former comp troller a conduct by rescinding its own vote and letting the one passed by their predecessors stand. As a matter of fact they could not have done anything else, because Mayor Elton approved it tbe day after it was passed. No fuse was raised about it then, bat now It is up to other parties to handle It and all want a new order of things. While all this may be true, still It should be remembered that the alderman from tbe second was new la the bus iness a year ago and probably was not on to the game He has seen few th!ngs since and no doubt has learned a little by his experience. How annoying Is It to bare a watch that is out of repair frequent ly and la tbe care of the watch dor tor one third of tbe time. Bar a watch of knows reputation, of n qoevtloord reliabiFty sad sstc vonr "elf mack annoys no. Get a vatcfe with as Vpmm guarantee. The Cp sea Jewelry Co, 68 Baak street. The executive board of the State Federation of Women's clubs held a meeting in the Second Congregation, al church yesterday afternoon. The bill recommending the appointment of a woman as factory inspector was read and indorsed. Two new clubs were added to the federation, the New Haven Civic club and the Fri day Afternoon Women's club of Montowese. It' was voted that Mrs Charles H. Briscoe of Enfield be ap pointed organized for Hartford coun ty. Those present at the meeting trom out of town were: Mrs C. F. Capen of Willimantic, the president; Mrs F. W. Gerard of Norwalk, Mrs D. C. Porter of New Haven, Miss Net tie C. Smith of Cheshire, Mrs E. F. Thompson of East Haven, Mrs F. S. Wardwell of Stamford, Mrs Peck of Mount Carmel, Mrs J. S. Mason of Derby and Mrs John N. Munson of North Woodbury. KANSAS CITY, Mo., Jau. 24,-La- throp Smith, who committed suicide in hotel In New York yesterday, was a member of one of the most prominent families of this city and was a well known leader i In exclusive social cir cles. He was a nephew of Gardiner Lathrop, general solicitor of the Santa Fe railroad, and a son of W. Medlll Smith, general claim agent of the San ta Fe. ; . Entire Expresa Train Derailed. OGDEN. I'tah. Jan. 24. An express train, westbound, on the Southern Pa cific railroad was ditched at Death, Nev., 195 miles west of Ogden, the en tire train leaving the track and turn ing over. S. Hoskins was killed, and twenty-five passengers were Injured, none fatally. ,- Among the seriously In jured was G. J. Roberts of Pennsylva nia, who suffered severe cuts. V Bailer Opens Vp on W. R. Hearst. AUSTIN, Tex., Jan. 24.-Immediate- ly after the Joint session of the legis lature had confirmed the re-election of Senator Bailey he was sent for by the committee with an invitation to make an address. He responded, making aiV eloquent effort, in which be attacked William R. Hearst and emphasized the necessity for the people to obey pri mary instructions. ' Woodrnft to Go to Europe. ALBANY. N. Y., Jan. 24. State Chairman Tim Woodruff, having failed to "boss" Governor Hughes In the matter of appointments, it Is said, is going Into voluntary eclipse. He will sail away to Europe on Fe 5 ana win not come back for a co'iie of montns For Rent, 54 Sperry St., 6 Rooms all improve ments including fur nace. Also 363 West Grove street, five rooms, up-to date improvements. Inquire of Janitor. 54 Sperry Street or JOHN JTSHEEHAN Warehouse 223 South Main street Tel. 249 Ring 3. Purify Your Blood , v. CALL AT Penn. Mdse Co a store and get a 60e bottle of Beef, Wine and Iron . for 89c It has no equal. Have you tried our Sardines, 7 cans for 25 cents. Two 16 cent cans of Salmon. 25 cents Large cans of Salmon for. . .10 cents Soused Mackerel.... 16 and 18 cents Kippered Herring ...20 cents Smoked Sardines 6 to 15 cents Finest Sardine ...10 cents Also a variety of other canned fish at l'NN.' MDSE. CO. ur I AST MAN ST. Don't Fail to visit E. J. Finn, the shoeman, and take ad vantage of the Grand Remrial Sale now going on. Must vacate store. Everything marked down, v. b. Don mss this oppoa- TUNIII OS Y0TT WILL HAVE CAUSE TO XXGSET IT. E J. FINN, THIS 8HOCMAX. " n KXCHAXOI PLAC3L Mourning Hat Woar There Is nothing that could be de sired for MOURNING MTX1INEBY, r but what can be found on our coun ters. t A full line of Veils and Veilings. I.CHASE Store' Opens at 8:30 A. M. January Clearing Sale Special Bargain Day, Friday. Jan, 25. AT $4.98 Children's Fine Kersey Coats, all colors, were $7. AT $9.98 Ladies' Suits, made of fancy plaids, handsomely trimmed, were $15. v --'. AT 69c Ladies' White Waists, made of heavy mercerized cloth, em broidered, were '$!.- , AT $21.98 Ladies' Fur Lined Coats, were $30. AT 29c 00 Yards ' Fancy , Silks, iwere.BOc. , ' AT 49c 54 inch All Wool Suiting, was 76c. . ; AT 21c 300 Yards Wool ' Dress Goods and Plaids, were 25c and 30c. ; ' ' . AT 39c Children's Daisy Cloth : Dresses, in pink and blue, value ' 60c. AT 23c Ladles' Kimonas, in outing flannel, lace trimmed, value 49c. AT 25c Fancy Warp Print Ribbons, were 35c. AT 25c Fancy Silk Hand Bags, were ' 50c. ' - ,. , .-: . 2 FOR 5c Ladles' Hemstitched - Handkerchiefs, were 6c each. AT 6c Apron Ginghams, were 8c. AT 20c Bleached and Turkey Red Damask, from 25c. AT 105 Linen Tray Cloths, from 12c... AT 85c White Bed Spreads, from $1. : MEN'S SWEATERS AT HALF PRICE. AT $1.49-for the $3 kind. -AT $2.00 for the $4 kind. AT $2.50 for the $5 kind. AT 13c, 2 FOR 25c Women's Rib . bed Wool Hose, value 17c. . AT 13c, 2 FOR 25c Women's Seam- less Fleece Lined Hose, value 15c. AT $1.59 All Wool Smyrna Rugs, 30x60, value $2.25. AT 98c 5 Frame Body Brussels Car- ; pet, borders to match. AT 19c Art Denims, from 25c. BSj Pho"ft- fcf 7 MFourDeHveriesDallyV.jO Higher prices would be the result of the cold wave on all grades of FRESDi tDSH if it were not for our season's contract on all the staple kinds with the largest Boston shippers. . ' MODERATE PRICES V are secured and the Waterbury public protected by our "Modern Cash System. SHORE HADDOCKS 6c lb MEDIUM HERRINGS ...JOclb HALIBUT. SALMON, SMELTS, BLUEFISri, , ETC. FAT OYSTERS ....40c t. , Friday Afternoon A choice selection of Roasts, Pot Roasts, etc., for the same as our regular Saturday display. . ' , ... . PORK LOINS (strips) 12c lb ; 2,000 LBS FRESH SHOULDERS... ....lie lb " THE CASH FBEDEBICK BUILDING. v" ; This Rooster Says: We can build a storage reservoir at the Branch located oa the present stream and about 300 yards from the present reservoir that will store 1,- 000,000,000 gallons of water at a cost not to exceed between $300,000 and f 400,000. This would be aa earthen dam. ao repairs, aa annual interest of 114,000, ao sinking fund. This reservoir will bo worth as mack the Jadgment Day as aow, barring arthqnakes. If yoa can't find freak eggs go to Kelly's; 40 eeats por dose. " TRY OUR BOc FRENCH GORE CORSET and you will be convinced that they are just as good and they win last just as long as a great many $1 Cor sfitR. Thv ar mada in all styles and the latest shapes and designs. TO KENT. A fin sir rnnm tenament in a Pri vate house in Warren Park; modern improvements, . etc. At the Popular Price Store. ' MAILIIIOT'S 1H SOUTH MAIN ST. FCR THIS WEEK. Gas Mantles, double wire 8c Imported Gas Globes . ... v. ; .-. e Gas Tubing . . . ......... c per w Stove Pipo and Elbows . 10c each Dlston Hand Saw. No 7 $105 DIston Hand Saw.-No 12 $19 Stillson Wrenches, 6 in 60c, 8 in 69c, 10 in 79c. i in 98c, is in it.. 24 in S1.98. , , No 8 all copper Boilers . . .7 $1.98 up No 8 copper bottom ; 98c up Rn.li Sawi . .. ...... .... 39C UP Large $1.30 qt Agate Fdot Tubs, 49c 24-qt Agate .Dish pan .... . T.J.Magner & Co's CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTH. 81 EAST MAIN ST. Tel 244-2 "The Mill. Everybody Knows Washburn's Floor is the best. All we wish to tell you is the price, ; $5.00 BARREL, with empty barrel. - Carload Just ar rived direct from the mill. It will pay you to buy an extra barrel at this low figure. - D. L. Dickinson & Son, COR WEST MAIN & JtDD ST8 Mill and Elevator, 51 Brown Place V Telephone 120. ,. You want a CARPENTER, CALL v Geo. Upham, Builder, 48 South Willow Street LEADERS, 68-70-72 EAST MAIN. ' Fine Bargains " -IN WATCHES AND DIAMOND! Jewelry of All End. ' BEFAnUNO. F. P. BECTON, Ko 23 EAST MAIN STREET. With J. H. Dercreau ft Co. "ttfo C!i H::i)Tr83" Tbat is all rlft-at for the youac and sentimental, bat COAL ought to be under rarer and DRT. We have a large supply of dry coal put in last fait and ready to dellrer. Order of as aad get tbo QEarcrxx uznsa coal Well screened aad fall of heat at nirr tt.tr sr. (WlU.PsctU Tsrad.) Sold Weaiber necessitates the wearing ; dt. warmer unfjerwetr, , g'oves, caps, hoss, sweaters : as we.l as, overcoats. We have the best underwear at 50c $l.-$1 50 andv $2.50 that you can find anywhere, extra good value, . and at prices that ,wlll be, a great saving over what you will have to pay next winter. ' ' ga . j ; j Gloves, warm wool gloves 25c, 50c, $i, $1 50 ; : the' $1.50 kind have long gauntlets, the $1 qualities ' are two pairs in one, the Inside pair are white or . ' light gray, the outside pair are darker .- gray, : double i warmth. a , r SWEATERS : ! If you want a very warm one, buy our sweater with a hood. The most popular swea'er th s season Is gray, button down the front, with buttons the same color as the sweater; . $3,50 is a popular price. CAPS: ; 50c. $1. and 150. with fur Unsd band : ' water mink $3.50, , Sealskin $4.50. ;. ; ' J. B. Mullings & Son, , FROM STREET TO STREET. . - - 88 to 96 South Main St. 97 to 103 Bank We hare a few pairs left. - For Girls 1SH. 1, 3i for Ladies These boots sold for $1.00 and ft. 75c. . A Swell An np to date Gun Metal Button large buttons; very stylish. ' FARM WAGON PAIWT : Blue Qttttu Yellow, Red, Black durable, scrvicable wagon paint ca to apply . 60c Austin & Woodruff, inc. 157 East Main St. : ( NEXT TO POLTS T HEATED.) EEASQUAETESS FOB WINDOW SUPPLIES. POULTRY Jticubatbr ALL EUTOS OF P0U1TET FOOD. SHELL, OBIT, BEEF SCEAP....V. .....ISo PACIAQE. EYEBTTBTNO. FOB TBE BEX AT The D.B.UILS0;iGO H Waterbury. Conn. lNa ' FISH We hart a rtry lai-ge assor nif nt of fish this weeK and tht prices arc low. FANCY SII03E tADD0Cn,5clb rOD STEAII, 10c b HALIBUT, 15c lb FCE.n ! ALKON, 12c lb f C2SU CISC0ES, 12c lb Sa Tromt, Fresh Herr U&, Flat Fish, CUas aci Cyiters. Public IMd Fhcr.sCOi lit I 1 8,5H,oj. 2 Buttoi Shoe, Pointed Toe, Cuban Heel; ' t : - f a quart V GLASS. PUTTY AXD SUPPLIES vBr66dero EOO FS0DVCEZ8. P0ULT1T CUXI You'll FEEL UF 7 Cenfo If you doa't com down to-night Dodge's - Wt Sale! (Anything yoa pick oat in Men's Wobmb's shoes at it of srery d lar) for to-morrow aaaay will sporUag about In Us laUst styles moccrcrsn. tt.C3 lAUTCn. C3.70 IATSTSL UU WATZS7ST 11X3 FAQ gin tXli ami O C3 TTAmiT KTS. Z. Ia. Extra hj to watt oa rom. ' ' . :ti-t3 ar;"; ' '