WATERBURY EVEMXG DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY. JANUARY 25, 1807.
$10 AND UPWARDS
Easy Weekly Payments
without publicity on the lowest rates
consistent with sound business prin
ciples. Your dealings will be held
trictly confidential and we will glad
ly furnish all information tree of
We Make Salary and Furniture
AMERICAN LOAN CO.
Room S, 199 Bank St.
Open Wednesday evenings. 'Phone.
Is Half Sold!
Thi. TimvArV Hka all others. Is
icondensed wisdom. The dealer who
bandies Brown's Quickfire Charcoal
v.. nn innltv in selline it. He has
not to apologize or make excuses to j
a ' 1 ...... - I, nla.eol I
Sis customers, utoum v,co
;them. We give the biggest and best
bag of charcoal in New England for
the money. The public should not
be deceived by those who would foist
poor charcoal on them. See that the
jlack Disc is on the bag.
J. H. MULVILLK.
Residence. 439 East Main
Store. St Patrick's Block 110
East Main Street
mini linni pitv
iiiiiii nil i i ii h w
JUIli. III U II I ft II I I
OEFICE OPEN DAT ABB NIGHT.
Telephone 397 House 354.
Office Over Poll's Theater Entrance,
and all kinds of '
SOUTH MAIN ST.
Telephone Opp Grand
AMONG OTHER MOKTJMENTS.
It erected last jttt In the old and
saw St Joseph's and Calvary are
those lor Timoiny orennan, ismw
Cassldy, Roger Connor. Marcus Hell
aann. John F. Hackett. Terrenes
Downey, Mary Phelan. Michael Shea,
William Duncan. Thcinas Butler.
Patrick Butler. Patrick Boyle, Chris
Dunphy, Maurice -Healey, Luclen
Pratte. William Stafford. We are
making a number to be set next
spring. Plase your order now.
While prleea low- . .
C A.? JACKSON & CO
riHH DSD a mnn
HADDOCK 5c lb.
Live Lobster 20c lb.
fresh Salmon 20c lb
live Scallop .40c qt
Bullheads, Butterflsb, Spanish Mack
ere!. Maine and Long Island
Fulton fish and Meat Market
158-60-65 Cherry St 'Phone 841.
Teaches every pupil to write a fine,
rapid, business hand, la a court of
Is private lessons, and no failure.
All kinds of pea work executed la
the highest degree of art.
1ST BANK STREET.
People Whose Garbage
la neglected win find quick relief by
ending a postal or calling by tale
phoae No 122-1.
H. M. RKAEY. VYdlenHIa.
LARGE VANS FOR
Pianos mored by Hairs
patent piano norer.
Teaming of a3 kinds.
Storage at reasonabta rats a.
CfTXE 03 KECCtf St
. . Iwutd by .
TIE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CONPANT. ,
TMI QsAintt. WaxusmY, Com r A t
C Maloscy, Editor and Proprietor. . , :
MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Subscription Rates i
ONE TEAK, , 15.00 1 SIX MONTHS. SU
Tbbei Mouths, 185 1 One Month, Oo
Delivered by Carrier to any part of City.
Mall to enjjdaca In United States,
Altered a the Pott Off la at vP-UvWn, Coai
a teamd clou matter. '
FRIDAY, JAX 25, 1007.
The Australian government will
shortly raise the standard of kero
sene from 73 to 100 degrees, flash
point Abel. The kerosene in general
use in Australia for many years past
has a flash point of about 105 de
grees, the fire test being 160 degrees,
and the minister of customs contem
plates requiring that instead of the
cases being marked 150 degrees test,
they should be marked ISO degrees
fire test, a change which, it is ex
pected, will necessitate the special
preparation of cases for the Austra
lian market. ,
America is going to the extreme in
music, so far as financial extrava
gance is concerned. According to
conservative estimates, the people of
this country will spend ten million
dollars on this form of amusement
between November, 1906, and April,
1907. Included in this estimate is
only the better class of music, the
comic operas, musical comedies and
so-called "attractions" of this type
not being considered at all, says a
writer in Success. America has be
come music-mad mad in its desire
to hear music that it does not always
understand, and musicians whom It
does nof always value rightly, A
musical obsession has taken hold of
the people, and, having the necessary
money to pay the demands of those
wise enough to realize the extent of
this new born craze, we are now
hearing the best there is In music
at Europe's artistic expense. As a
matter of fact, there were not twenty
really first-class singers and instru
mentalists left in Europe on Decem
ber 1, for the "almighty dollar" is a
patent attraction to even so Imprac
tical a being as the average musi
Commissioner Warner estimates
that on June 30 nextthe new fiscal
year begins July 1 there will be
782,700 survivors of the civil war
who would be entitled to pensions
under the bill which Is now being
considered. Approximately 675,000
already are on the pension rolls, bo
that there would be about 107,000
entitled to pensions who do not now
receive them. The , measure was
passed by the senate and provides
that every soldier of the civil war
who served three months or . more
and was discharged honorably shall
receive, at the age of 62, a pension
of $12 a month; at the age of 70,
$15 a month; and at the age of 75
or over, $20 a month. Soldiers now
on the rolls shall receive the In
crease without having to consult pen
sion attorneys. The bin also pro
vides a pension of $20 a month for
survivors of the Mexican war. The
United States has dealt more gener
ously with the men who fought it
battles than any other nation in the
world. Since America became a sov
ereign power It has paid out in pen
sions to its soldiers the enormous
sum of $3,320,860,022. the civil war
soldiers having received about $144,-
000.000, more than three billion dol
lars of the aggregate sum.
HEARD IS PASSING.
New Haven road Is engaged la a
vast consolidation of Its many In
terests and hopes to save money
enough to be able to run cars enough
on Its lines next summer to accom
modate at least halt Its patron. The
more consolidation the betters
The legislative plums on the com
mittees have been handed out by
Speaker Tilsoa. Everr legislator
didn't get a juicy plum In his basket,
but this Is not the speaker's fault.
He did the best he could. Taken on
the whole, the committees are well
made up and there should be ao cause
for kicking. Rockvllle Leader.
Wealth accumulates slowly and
dissipates rapidly. That has been
the history of money from the foun
dation. So don't get alarmed about a
few families controlling the gold of
the universe. The Thaw Incident Is
in 111 uitra t ion. There will be a rapid
decrease when the present murder
trial gets fairly underway. Middle
The anti-vaccination enthusiasts
may watch with considerable later
est the effect of the Inaoculatloa with
virus of the Inmates of several wards
of Bellevue hospital. New Tors, who
vers exposed to smallpox, sad also
the employes. If there Is at spread of
the disease the anti-vaccination iats
will havs aa opportunity for expla
nation. New Lioadoa Day.
The honest. cleaa-mlBded reporter
does not Intentionally saisrepreseat
anybody la what he writes for his
newspaper. All newspaper eorrespo
seats are charged to tell the truth
aad nothing but the truth, hut they
find human nature very tricky. They
see almost every condition and pos
sible situation of which the publlo
should also be acquainted. It is the
rarest thing that a newspaper re
porter misrepresents any matter of
public concern with which he is re
quired to deal. The sins of the re
porters are printed; the service they
render to the public In writing fairly
good English for those who will in
sist upon public speaking, and of
( suppressing, as far as possible, the
Beamy Biue oi me, is never Known.
Charleston News and Courier.
lee Corse Stretches Forty Hllea.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., Jan. 25.
The Ice gorge which has formed here
In Grand river now practically extends
from a half mile north of this city
nearly to Grand Haven, forty miles
away. While the water Is slowly fall
ing below this city, It is rising hourly
above. An Ice gorge is now forming
above which threatens to flood nearly
all the west side, the river streets be
ing under water. Weather Observer
Schneider anticipates serious flood con
ditions for about a week. The river Is
a solid mass of Ice nearly all the way
from Grand Rapids to Lake Michigan.
Favor Lute Mri. Taaaer'a Wish.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 25.-The house
committee on military affairs has de
cided to make a favorable report on a
bill permitting the wives of enlisted
men . to be buried In the same grave
with tbelr husbands In national ceme
teries. This measure was . strongly
Urged for several years by Mrs. Tan
ner, wife of "Corporal" Tanner, who
was killed In an automobile accident
last summer. Since her death "Corpo
ral" Tanner has worked earnestly for
Borax King- Weda at Oaklaad.
OAKLAND, Cal., Jan. 25. Miss Eve
lyn Ellis, who was for years private
secretary to the late Mrs. Mary Smith,
became the bride of the departed phi
lanthropist's husband, F. M. Smith,
multimillionaire borax king and master
of Arbor Villa, a superb home in East
Oakland, the scene of the former wife's
splendid charities. Mr. and Mrs. Smith
later left In a private car for New
Tea Skaters Plunge Into Canal.
TRENTON, N. J., Jan. 25.-WMU
hundreds of persons were skating on
the Delaware canal here last night the
ice suddenly gave way In one spot,
carrying ten boys into the river. Two
were drowned and one is dying from
the shock and exposure. The remain
der owe tbelr lives to the daring rescu
ers, who formed a human life line and
dragged them out from the Icy stream.
Cowboy Kllla Half Doaea Mexicans.
CHICAGO, Jan. 25.-A dispatch to the
Tribune from Douglass, Ariz., says: "In
a single handed combat at a Southern
Pacific camp eight miles from Monte
suma, Souora, Mexico, Bert Seeley, an
Arizona cowboy, shot and killed six
Mexicans. He killed three each In two
separate fights and escaped."
Train Goes Over Bank at LonsSale.
PAHKERSBURG. W. Vs., Jan. 26.
Tbree men were killed and one so se
riously Injured that he will die as the
result of a freight train running over
an embankment at Longdate, near Le
tart, about sixty miles south of this
city, on the Ohio river division of the
Baltimore and Ohio railroad.
Battlesala Connecticut Slfgntlr Bart.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 25.-The navy
department was advised that the bat
tleship Connecticut, which struck bot
tom while entering Cnlebra harbor on
Jan. 13, suffered only slight damage
and that the vessel Is now afloat
Ballosa l, Mercnrr Dowa.
PITTSFIELD. Mass., Jan. 23.-Cnde-terred
bv the fact that this was the
coldest day of the winter here and. In
fact, the coldest in several years, Leo
Stevens and Captalu T. P. Lovelace
made a balloon ascension, as they had
previously planned. Thermometers In
several parts of the city registered 24
below zero. The air was clear, aud
there was a fresh west wind.
Trailer B 141ns Her Hobky.
LEXINGTON, Ky, Jan. 25. -Mr.
William Allen, aged sixty years, died
suddenly on a street car here. She
was a member of a widely known fam
ily and had a hobby of riding on
street cars. Every morning Immedi
ately after rising she boarded a car
and rode all day, leaving only for
DeWitt's Kidney snd Bladder Pius
drives the poison from the body. A
25 cent box bold a week's t rest merit.
Sold by II. W. Lake Drug Co. Jos A.
Smith. 20 Bank street. Brooklyn.
A FREE X-RAY EXAMINATION !
All Who Apply at the Officei of the Radio Chemic Physklaru on Monday. Wednesday "
or Saturday ml be Given a Thorough Examination with the XKay Ujht, and ConsalUUon
and ADVICE FREE.
TELLE SATS FBXE.
Owing to the Urge number of pa
tients under the care of the Radlo
Chemie Phrsldans. who take up a
large proportloa of their time. It has
become aeceeaary to limit the days
for free X-Ray examination to three
a week. Hereafter, those desiring
the free service will call oa Mondar.
Wednesday or Saturday only. Re
member the days thereby avoiding
FOB, ST0XACH TOOtJSUE.
Willis to a Odjrers Is a popular
young man liriag at Talon City,
Kannhrk. 1'oaA. Be MVS:
-Mr atomic troubled sm
alnra anffactlm. aad all
a bad. My food got sour.
considerable gas. I wet I
ri 1M sm DtUe mod.
"Finally I had to give up work, so
I went wa so the X-Ray Doctors
Sow f have so sourvao la my
stomach, for asy food desta and
does so good. 1 gaiaed five pounds
the first noath I took treatateata.
.. . . (Slgnsd)
" ITlLLlAH C. ODCESX
I carry this line of
. . ' because they are
y''i In JVr ''V V'.
You can buy cheaper beds. So can X, '
but for all-around service I know of
no other to god. From the castor
they roll on to the top piece of brass
they are rnaranteed.
Saturday and Monday
with 1 Bottle Wine. 50c
with 1 lb Coffee.... 35c
with 1 lb Peanut Butter 18c
with 2 quts Beans .....'20c
with 4 lb package Swift's Washing Powder 20c
with 2 packages Mince Meat 20c
with 1 Bottle Vaseline loc
with 1 Bottle Salad Dressing 10c
with 2 lbs Fancy Cookies 25c
with 1 pt Apple Brandy 500
with 1 pt Holland Gin... BOo'
with 1 pt Jamaica Rum....... 50c
with 1 box Cocoa.. ........ 25o
with 1 lb Baking Soda 10c
H. A. TURNER, Pres.
3 DAYS FOR 25 CTS
. , .vl-
, MS I
MISS BESSIE NOBLE.
The portrait Is of a wlasosoe rouse
girl Erin at U0 Gras4 street. Wster
bury. flbo says: I bad catarrh of
the head; for over two yesra
I went to. tae Radio-Chesoie lty
sMaaa, took taetr catarrh treat
nests aad mediesv and new the ca
tarrh trvwbtos aw bwt aula,
F. W. CROSBY Sec. and Treat,
CATCH THE EYE
TEZ SADIO-CHEXIC PHYSI
CIAKS AlTOnrCE THAT TZHX
CHIEF ETJUCinra fXTSCXAY.
WILL BE II WATXXXuTYOX
K0XSAT. VEDXZS3AY AX? IAT-
UXSAT 0? TEH WXZX. AID
FREE X-RAY EXAUIN
ATIOnS TO ALL
: LOOK OVER
THEQE MONEY SAVING ,
They arc offered again for To-morrow,
118.8$ I0HO COATS $9.98.
Black Broadcloth Coats. 50 Inches long, well made, satin lined and
trimmed, ware 118.98. Now.
$14.98 10NO COATS $7.88.
Heavy Black Cheviot Coats, 50 inches
trimmed, were $14.88. Now
$12.88 L05Q COATS $6.98.
Black Broadcloth, a coat that as a bargain cannot be equalled, was
; $18.8. Now
A LAEQE SHOWING OF STYLISH
$6.98 and $7.98 Long Coats in J
mixed goods, all colors and sizes.
Now , i .... . ... .......... .$2.98
Glean s Bright.
that Is the way ahlrta and t r
coods are sent home by as. : ory ar
ticle Is properly laundered. Sotblo,
uneven about our work. It Is r
to-day. good to-morrow and rxid
ery, U1 tu (be 7 sex. Gentlemen wbu
sre very particular should send Uelr
Shirts, Collars and Cuffs to Cm lead
ing launder. , .
THE HOME STEAU LAURDHY
277 BANK ST !
A. J. COONEY, Prop.
Mr. Lambert of Waterbnry.
SSaSBSSasaSaSBB , 9
AO loaUkj has Filks t Can lbs Uitll fct
Test the tr. tJcairi'i lysatisla Taatti!
It your blood has been Impoverished
by weakness and headaches from
dyspepsia, do not neglect to treat
yourself at once with a good tontc
and dlgestant You will find both In
the Dr Richard's Dyspepsia Tablets.
Mr George B. Lambert of No. 70
South Main street, Waterbury, Conn.,
"I have used Dr Richard's Dyspep
sia Tablets for six weeks and have
found them all they are represented
to be. I can say with all sincerity
snd truthfulness that tbey cured me
of a serious stomach trouble, some,
thing all other remedies have failed
to do. ' A friend recommended these
tablets. I had no faith but went to
Apothecaries Ball and got a bottle. I
noticed a marked Improvement aft
taking the first bottle. After the sec
ond bottle I was entirely cured of all
my old complaints and the beauty
of (I is that, the cure has been a per
manent one, thanks to Dr Richard's
For sale by all druggists. Better
to say "Richards' twice. Price firry
cents per bottle. Made by Dr Rich
ard's Dyspepsia Tablet Association,
S3 Worth street, New York.
DeWitf s Little Early Risers, rename
little pills. Recommended by H. W.
Lake Drug Co. Jos A. Smith, b20
Bank street, Brooklyn,
0. A- X. VOTXAH CTJSIS.
John P. BubbelL who Is very well
known through his connection wish
the a. A. R hve at Naugstws.
Conn. Ha was a great suffered witn
rhrvmarlsm. but the X-Ray Doctors
have cured him. Ha says:
Tor over two rears I had rut.
autism tn say hip, tha pain extend
tag down the leg to the foot It was
set tied flrvly os me. and bo doctor
mid rare It
"I want to the Radlo-Cbemlc Hit
stdSBS for a friend had beea curvd
by their akillful treatment
"Nnr. arter months rourss or
the X-Rsy aainttlsm and the Rsdio
C2 stoic Remedies. I ras truthfully
say my hip aad leg sre cured. fUcntd)
-JOH.f P. nlBBELU
IU Chemic Ptyslctan.
SMI COMMXRCIAL BUILDING,
11 BAKK STREET.
ernes usura a. as. to n bl.
tody, am T It I a. ac, oa
lV TTi :x y axl Catxry.
long, white satin lined, braid
COATS AT. ..... i . .$2.88 and $3.88
$8.98 and 19.98 Long coats in
mixtures, all sizes and colors.
Now ................... $3.98
J. H. GRAY A CO, .
3S6 North Main street
Funeral . Undertakers. Telephone
, Day or Night
Corner Bank St and Harrison Ave.
LOUIS A. WALSH.
ARCHITECT Bl Leavenworth &1
C. JEROME BAILEY, Arohlteot
Apothecaries' Hall Building.
EDWY E. BENEDICT,
X Leavenworth Street.
FRENEY ft JACKSON,
61 Learenworth Street,
JOSEPH T, SMITH..
-rchitect e Worth Main St
MB AHTJ MRS G. R. BAILEf
SPLCUUSUi, Koons 11, Z7 U hfala
Permanently remove superAuoua
hair, moles, warts and all blemishes
by electrolysis. Hours -l J. 1-4.
THE BOSTON FRAUKQ CO
Pins Art Portraits copied. All
klndfc Plctnraa framiut at ki.
prices. ISO South Main Street
THE IMPERIAL, the finest In New
England. IS Bank Street
Baldwin street Look It over, com
pare location and price for lots S0g
ISO, and you will be con r In eel that
ft la a good Investment
Our terms are easy. A small
amoutt down, balance monthly tax
Wa have sold several lata, and eaa
refer you to the parties who pur
chased and you will find they are
satisfied with their Investment
; ? maps and full particulars ap
pir to ,
- BOOK 0. 13 EAST MAIS. :
JAMES JL HYNES & SOU,
FOK QOOO 5HAVING
AWD HAIR CUTXlNtt
GATTER ft BODSON'S New Sbop
IS WEST MA1W STUkKT,
Over Park Lunch Rooms
KIlUJaMniftD HI lUkoltUMS
For kidney, liver aad stomach
by the quart, glass or gallon, at
J. E Watts' Cafe, Sout j Main It
At All Hours.
10 aad 18 HARRISON ATE.
By trtaklag vtle eoaeoa "
tjoas called tea aad coffee.
When thirsty have a glass
at oar pure !ager or ale.
Everything la oar beers kt -absolutely
sure aad haadlai
la aa absolutely cleaa aaaa
star. For sale ea draught
aad bottled fur table ass 1st
ail ssadlag oafss.
-THE r '
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