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WAN TDD WANTED Olrh at once., (or bench work. Apply Mattatuck Manufac- taring; Co. 1-1 M WITfTHiP Tirn gentlemen boarder, lln Mack, 111 8. Leonard at. - , 1-24-8 WANTED Everybody to know that room 86. Odd Fellowa building, la the place to borrow money at low rates. 1 1-84-8 ' WANTED Work by the day or waahlng to take home by respecta ble lady. , Address M., care Demo oral office. 1-2S-S WANTED Everyone to know that Bcoxxafava has two large new back grounds, Juet the thlnjg for large . croups. See tor yourself at Scozza lava's Foto Studio, 274 S. Main at. ., V "V :. 1-22-6 WANTED Two men boarders, also - table board. Apply 103 Charles st, . aecond floor. : 1-19-6 WANTED The people to know that the jewelry store on South Main at, 198, will be kept closed hereafter two nights a week Mondays and Fridays. 'Phone 185-2. WANTED To know the present lo . cation of the party who ever left our lunch room dissatisfied after par taking of a meal oY light lunch, espe cially if he had enjoyed our 20o din ner. ATery'a. 445 West Main st WANTED Cast off clothing of all kinds; highest prices paid. Mall or ders promptly attended to. A. K. Posner. 8S Bank st 11-28-tf WANTED The people to know 1! they have not 17 for a ton of eoal, they can get a big bag of Otto Coke from their grocer for a dime. 12-Mf WANTED Cleaning of all kinds: window washing. Satisfactory work. H. H. MeKlnney, 89 Kings bury it Tel 298-8. 9-12-tf WANTED Broken pi pea. mw atoms refitted. Only place, In Wa terbury where this Is done. Cheap er and quicker than New York Ferrf 1 ft Markert 323 Bank at WANTED. To negotiate a first mortgage loan of $7,600 on central property worth 81O.500; Interest at 5 ft per cent Inquire, THE TxtACY BROS CO. TO RENT TO RENT Famished room suitable for man and wife. Use of kitchen and pantry Address M., care of Democrat . . 1-23-3 TO RENT Four nice large rooms, all improvements, 27 West Farm st Inquire at M. Olanoff's wine nouse or 82 North at 1-23-3 TO RENT Tenement of 6 rooms, 685 Baldwin at, new house, furnace heat, all improvements. Inquire P. J. Riordan, 536 Baldwin, or on premises. 1-21-8 IO RJSNT Blacksmith shop, old es tablished stand; rent reasonable; good location. Inquire of A. M. Larson, furniture and piano mover, Broadway stables, rear Poll'.- Tel 868-4. . :"" : FOR 8ALB FOR BALE A grocery store; owner wishes to sell because of having an- , other store. Inquire L. N. Levin, 171 8. Main. , . 1-24-3 FOR SALE Cider. If it Is a ques tion of ctter we are here with the pure Juice by the gallon or barrel. FAOAN BROS., 168 8. Main street 'Phone 184. 1-28-6 FOR SALE High grade typewriter, nearly new, $28. Machine' can be seen In Waterbury.. Write I. 8. HOLMES, 163 Main st, Danbury, Ct. 1-23-6 FOR BALE Candy store established 5 years and doing good business. Want to leave soon for old country and must sell at once. Apply 830 North Main. 1-23-6 FOR SALE Watches, clocks, rings and all kinds of Jewelry at very low prices. Open evenings except Mon days and Fridays. 8. M. Schneer, 198 South Main at Phone 136-3. FOR SALE! FOR SALE! On Chestnut Avenue -tmUr house, all improvements, a home and an Investment; price $6,500. On Frederick St 3-famlly bouse In splendid condition; price $6,500. Off of Horth Main 81 A 3-famlly ' 15-room house, rents for f 664 a year; 85,400. f A Centrally located 6-Familv Sew Tenement BuildinaT. PT 19 Pr cent on price asked, a first-class Invest ment. , , Building Iota on South fcaia St Within two minutee' walk of Bene dict ft Burnham'a factory. Those lots will be sold at prices within the reach of anyone desiring a site for a house or Investment For particulars Inquire of D. . GRIFFIN. 4S East Mala St - Real Ksteto Investments. Tsl 918-2. OOcehonrs9s.m. to $ p.m. For Sale A two-family boos oa Urge lot oa eoe of the msln streets. Just the place to buy and Improve by moving- house fe the rear or building eut to the street for store pnrposes. Fire and piste Glass Insurance. L. R. CARTER, Fire Inraraaes. ' 11 East Mala St A BARGAIN Owner removing to Xew York state putt en the aaarket an except loo ally fine threo-family bouaa la the North Eid. Baa all Improveneab and Is la perfect conditio. If you're tired of paytnaT rset and want roar own horns, thla place will IU the MIL JOHN S. NHAQLU, Eaal TCrSah, Usaasw taearaaen, Decree namrAY It Crsvej Zim Csa tzi SiTcdi An accident occurred - on ' South Main street shortly before noon, to day In which Dr Frederick Q. Graves of North Main street, his driver, u. F. Cam, and Dr Joseph N. Bellemare of South , Main atreet narrowly es caped serious injuries. Dr Graves and his man were driving along to wards South Main street in the direc tion of the center and ; when ; near Meadow atreet the horse became un manageable and dashed the carriage against one of the trollev comDanv's iron poles, wrecking the vehicle and I throwing the occupants out. The driver struck on his head and re ceived bruises and had to be removed to his home in a back. The doctor put one of hla fingers out of Joint and suffered a few other slight injuries and was pretty badly shaken up. The horse freed itself from the body of the carriage and. with the shafts dan gling from one side to the other rushed forward, everybody doing dou ble quick time to give it lota' of room. Just as the runaway was mak ing its wild -plunge Dr Bellemare happened along and stopped opposite hla. office and was about to alight when the horse banged into him, knocked him out of his team and threw- him some distance . into the street, and then rolled over, specta tors thinking that in the mlxup the horse was on top of the physician. But this was not so, and horse and man got right side up quickly, the former continuing on to Grand street, where it was captured and taken to Devereaux's stables, where an examination showed that it had suffered several bad cuts on the limbs. Dr Bellemare wals assisted to his office feeling pretty sore about the back, but later he was able to get around and ' he does not think that his injuries, will amount to much. His sleigh was put out of commis sion.. - -.- .. .'-v'' ' .' The Evening Democrat la the people's paper. The price is 2c a copy, 12c a week, 42c a month, $6 a year, by mall or carrier. Miscellaneous. LOST Gold locket, between East Main st and Clock shop, by way of Cherry st. Reward tor return to Democrat office. 1-24-3 . MONEY Advanced to men or wo men on salary or personal -notes to be repaid in small weekly payments. Odd Fellows' building, room 36. 1-24-3 ' FOUND Pocketbook containing a aum of money. Owner can have It by proving property and paying for adv. Inquire at 795 Baldwin st 1-24-8 LADIES EARN $6 to $8 per week working at home; experience un necessary. Room 44 Buckingham building, cor Bank and Grand; hours 9. to 6. -w ,1-24-6 , LOST $10 bill In Reld ft Hughes' store, Wednesday evening. Reward for return to Democrat office. 1-24-3 FOUND At 815 Bank at.. W. Lu' caa's cigar store, one of the largest .and beat selected stocks of pipes and smokers articles and all the favorite brands of cigars and to bacco. Cigars by the box a specie ty. Call and see us and you will surely come again. 1 2-7-1 v COME TO OLANOFF'S and hear all the latest and best music played by Prof Greene, and get the best of wet refreshments and cigars free- with your pool gsmes, played on the best tables In town. A good time every night for everybody. Remember the place, Olanoff's, 9-11 Grand st UKKK'H YOUK CHANCE 1 will fit your eyes for the next two weeks with 20 year gold filled frames for $2, and aluminum frames tor $1. Relsa, the optician, 79 South Main st up stairs. L. P. Dl'LAC, stair builder and cab inet maker. Jobbing and repairing of all kinds. Residence No 837 Dublin st Mail orders promptly at tended to. Shop 39 Wolcott st Telephone. : THIS MOST thorough eya oiamlna Uv. in Waterbary. We make gold Ailed glasses from $1 a pair up Any leas mad to order at about half the cost of others. W. B. Pier pont graduate optician. 186 Son A Mala st. ' M. A. DCLAC, builder and contrac tor, stair builder and cabinet maker, store fitting a specialty. Office and Shop With J. . Smith ft Co. 63 Ben edict at Waterbury. Conn. Real denee 63 Tracy ave; poatofflce box 119. For Rent APARTMENTS of six rooms each la two new 4 -story Stone Blocks ou East Liberty street AO modern and ap-to-date la ev ery detail. For reat to small fami nes only, and from aU applicants rvfereae la required. For further particular ee BARON J. TOKXOMIAN, 119 tank St, RjomU Opea Every Rveala FOR SALC On Dover street a 12-room house, that para 10 per eeat oa price. Price right $809 down. Oa North Viae atreet a two-famHy house of 19 rooms that can be bought for $3,290: $400 down takes It On Wall street two-family house sad Urge lot that caa be bought at a bargain. Price $6,309; $1.90 dowa. Call aad see me about It I have several K-room rents en hand. F. Y, LANVLO.T, LMnft. teaaZ. IcLon-a I 43 TO KdNT 314.00 ii2.no 2nd goer . . ." 2s4 tesr J. 1. I'lIKI.AiV a rL i l : i FRANK SUTTON QUITS. Is at His Home In This City, Having Left Beaver Falls. Frank Sutton of William street, the well known polo player, arrived In town this afternoon, coming from Beaver Falls, O., where he has been playing a remarkable game In the goal.. Sutton recently got an in crease of salary and last week asked for more and when It waa not forth coming decided to pack hla grip and come east. Several of the other teams In the Western league would have taken him on, but the Beayer Falls management said he would play In that town or no place In the west Sutton's leaving Beaver Falls oaused quite a flurry, as it was be cause of his playing that the .team was tied for second place.- He was regarded as the beat man in front of the cage in the west and should have no trouble in getting on some team in the Connecticut league. Sutton holds the record for stops in the west. In the early part of the season his team won twelve succes sive games, during which the work of the Brass city boy was almost phe nomenal. ?' '".. Sutton says that polo Is booming In the west and that the enthusiasm is running high. He has not received any offers from' any of the Connecti cut teams as yet. , A souvenir which the goal tender, who is known in the west as 'Fldo, brought back, was a wee dog which la also named Fldo. t . Sutton's place will be' filled by Heffernan, the old Providence goal tend, who has been acting as sub for the Beaver Falls team. , ;. NEW. ADVERTISEMENTS. LOST On South Main or Bank st, probably in Reld & Hughes's.a pock etbook containing a sum of money and check with owner's name on it Finder please return to Democrat office. 1-25-3 FOR SALE Parlor stove, self feed er, pipe and all in good condition; now In use In store at 120 ..South Main st, up stairs. 1-25-3 . L08T Terrier puppy, black body and white legs. Reward for return to R. T. Everett, 296 North Main st . . .1-25-3 ' DISTaiCT OP WATKRBOKir.ts. irooe Couru Jan. SMh, lu7. ' " Eitate of Orlando Plumo, lte of Water burlnnatddisirictiecai . Th Administrator naTlog exhibited bis administration account with aaid eatate to thla Court for allownnc. It is OttDERED That tba lat day of Feb. A. D. 19(7. it o'clock in the forenoon, at the Pro bate Of floe in Waterbuiy. be and the aame ia aaatgned for a hearing oa the allowance of aald admlolatraton' acoount with aald ei tate. and tbla court dlreota the Administrator to elte all persons Inter ated therein to ap pear at aald time and place, by publtabing thla order In some newspaper published in New Hat en County and having a circulation in aaid district. t By order of Court . James 1 Caniln. Clerk. DISTRICT OF WATBRBUBV SS. PRO bate Court. Jan. tth, WOT. Eitute of John Lawlor, lata ot Waterbury, in said District, dewated. Upon tbe application ot Margaret Lawlor, of Waterbury praying that letters of administra tion may bo (Tasted on said estate aa per ap plication on f ll more fulrr appear. It in Ordered. Tnat aald application be heard and determined a the Proba OHIee InWaier bury, ' In aaid district oh the S8th day of Jsnusry. A. D.. 1WT. at o'clock in the forenoon, and that notice be given of the pendeney of aald application and the time and place of bearing thereon, by publishing the same one time In some newspaper havings circulation In aald district Kobert A. Lowe, Judge. TO-NIGHT Dance and Sociable At oom of Washington Hill Athletio Club. ADMISSION 15 CiNTS. LALLIER'S. OHCHtSIRA. NOTICE. The Board of Commissioners ot Public Works of the City of Water busy at a meeting ot aald Board held January 22, 1907, made assessment for sewer purposes on property and property owners on Easton avenue, from Brewster street to Aetna street; on Catherine avenue, from Walnut atreet 400 feet easterly; on Griggs street, from- North Main street to North Vine street; on Fourth street from Charles street westerly; " oa Round Hill street from Camp street northerly; and on West Main street from Prospect street to the west line of the "Green." to the amount set to their respective names as follows, to wit: . Easton Avenue. Martha J. Hawkins, $3.25; George Archambault, $75; Robert ' Probst 375; Frank F. Ehugrue, 375; City ot Waterbury, $375. Total $639.25. Catherine Avenue. Emma Beers. $90.57; Bernard L. Henry, Catherine L. Henry. $55.39; William H. Thompson. $124.50; Catherine Harrison, Mary H. Good rich. George L. Harrison, $271.83. Total $542.32. Griggs Street. Estate of Ann Jones, Richard Jones, administrator, $97.60; Julius Fabrlcant $79.60; Julias Fa br leant $79.50; Jacob Kosowskl. $97.50; Sai- vatore DlBalsU $79.60 Total $433.50. Fourth Street Edward Kenny. $53.50; Thomas Grime. $225; Patrick J. ODoanell. $75; Mary A. Riley. $58.50; Leonard Stelaman, $75; Edmund B. Loyot. $76; Joseph Taylor, Catherine Tay lor. $75; OtUlie Schmld. $90. Total $733. Round Hill Street. Elisabeth M. Newell, $(0; Frank E. Cook. $239.49; Herbert P. Camp. $100.60; Estate fftan 8peacer. Katherlne U 8. Gul'ck. Marcla B. 8. Beach, administratrix. $85.60; Lil lian a Payae. $S5.0; Edward T. Root. $10; James F. Egan. $124.60; ; Herbert P. Camp, $215.26. Total $940.74. West Male Street , CTearkHte B. Merrlman, Helen Mer rinses. Margaret F. Castle. $247.95; The Touag mm I Christian assocU ;Uo. $110.60. Total, $403.46. The above sssi wsieaf become due any payable Monday. February 4, 1907, at tbe office of the Collector of I Turn City Hall halloing. Attest: mULIAlf H. UrJITO. l-trl UCA he Houci of a WOO Candles . y-rth (By Meredith Nicholson.) "IT your frie. .. ..i aa, or any one else, should shoot me, or if I should tumble into the lake, or otherwise, end my earthly career Bates!" - ' His eyes had slipped from mine to the window and I spoke his name sharply. ' . "Yes, Mr Olenarm." "Then Jlster Theresa's niece would get this property and. everything else that belonged to Mr. Glenarm," "That's my understandingt of the matter, sir." ! "Morgan, the caretaker, has tried to kill me twice since I canie here., : He fired at me through the window the night I came, Bates!" ,- ! ? v I waited tor his eyes to meet mine again. His hands opened and shut several times and alarm and fear con vulsed his face. v ' ' , n "Bates, I'm trying my best to think well of you; but I, want you to under stand," I smote the table with my clenched hand, "that if these women, I Smote the Table With My Clenched "'".- Hand. or your employer, Mr. Pickering, or that damned hound Morgan, or you damn you, I don't know who or what you are! think you can scare me away from here, you've waked up the wrong man; and I'll tell you another thing, and you may repeat ft to your school teachers and to Mr. Pickering, who pays 'you, and to Morgan, whom somebody has hired to kill me, that I'm going to keep faith with my dead grandfather, and that when I've spent my year here and done what that old man wished me to do, I'll give them this house and every acre of ground and every damned dollar the estate carries with it And now one other thing! I suppose there's a sheriff or some kind of a constable with Jurisdic tion over this place,- and I could have the whole lot of you put Into Jail for conspiracy, but I'm going to stand out against you alone, do you understand me, you hypocrite, you stupid, slinking spyT Answer me, . quick, before I throw you out of the room!" I had worked myself into a great passion and fairly roared my chal lenge, pounding the table in my rage. "Tea, air;. I quite understand you, sir. But I'm afraid, air" "Of course you're afraid" I shouted, enraged anew by hla halting speech. "You have every reason In the world to be afraid. You've probably heard that I'm a bad lot and a worthless ad venturer; but you can tell Sister The resa or Pickering or anybody you please that I'm ten times as bad aa I've ever heed painted. Now clear out of here!" I knocked about the library all morn ing without easing my spirit and after luncheon I went oft for a tramp. Winter had indeed come and pos sessed the earth, and It had given me a new landscape. The snow continued to fall In great heavy flakes, and the ground was whitening fast A rabbit's track caught my eye and I followed It hardly conscious that I did so. . Then the clear print ot two email shoes mingled with the rabbit's trail. A few momenta later I picked up an overshoe, probably lost tn the chase by one of Sister Theresa's girls, I reflected. I remembered that while at Tech I had collected a diversity ot memorabilia from school girl acquaint ances, and here I waa beginning a ew series with a string of beads and an overshoe! A rabbit la always an attractive quarry. Few things besides nches are so elusive, and the little fellows have, I am sure, a shrewd humor peculiar to themselves. I rather envied the school girl who had ventured forth for a walk In the first snow storm of the season, and recalled Aldrtch's turn on Gau tler's lines aa I followed the double trail: .. fJowVer yoe tread, a tiny mould Betray that light toot all tba earae; Cpoa this glistening, snowy fold At every strp it slgna your name. A pretty autograph.- Indeed! The now fell steadily and I tramped on over the Joint signature of the girl and the rabbit Near the lake they parted company, the rabbit leading oft at a tangent on a line parallel with the lake, while his pursuer's steps pointed toward the boat house. , There was, so far an I knew, only one student of adventurous blood at 8t Agatha's, aad I waa not tn the least surprised to see. oa the little sheltered balcony of the boat house, the red tam-o'-shanter. She wore, too, the covert coat I remembered from the day I saw her Brat from the wan. Her back waa toward sse aa I drew near; her hands were thrust Into. her pockets.' Bho waa evidently enjoying tb soft mmg Bng of the anew with the sun. aloe waters of the lake: and ft girl aad enow storm are. If yon aak my optn loo, a pretty roablaatioo. The fact of girl's fating a winter atom argvee mightily la her tar. testifies. If row will tdlow me, to a ear s aad daant twaa spirit tor one thins, and ft sosaad swsMtiisOoa tor asoOor. . I m a the A cy etp fei o hand, her overshoe In the other. She drew back a. trifle, Just enough to bring my conscience To Its knees. "I didn't mean to listen that day.. I Just happened to be on the . wall, and it was a thoroughly underbred trick my twitting you about it and I should have told you before If I'd known how to see you" ' . . "May I trouble you for that shoe?' she said with tremendous dignity. They taught that cold disdain of man, I suppose, as a required study at St. Agatha's. "Oh, . certainly! Won't you allow me?" 'V "Thank you, no!" - She took the damp bit of rubber a wet overshoe, even If small and hal lowed by associations, isn't pretty as Venus might have received a soft shell crab from the .hand of a fresh young merman. I was between her and tbe steps to which her eyes turned longingly. ? , "Of course, if you won't accept my apology I can't do anything about it;' but I hope you understand that I'm sincere and humble, and anxious to be forgiven." - "You seem to be 'making a good deal of a small matter ". ' "I wasn't referring to the overshoe!" I said. , She did not relent. "If you'll only go away" 1 She rested one band against the corner of the boat house, while she affixed the overshoe to her foot She wore, I noticed, brown gloves with cuffs. . V ' : ';.' "-. "How can I go away! You children are always leaving things about for me to pick up. I'm perfectly worn out carrying some girl's beads about with me; and I spoiled a good glove on i. your overshoe." "Ill relieve you of the beads, if you please." She thrust her hands Into the pock ets of her coat and shook .the tam-o'-shanter slightly, to establish It in a more comfortable spot on her head. The beads had been irt my corduroy coat since I found them. I drew them out and gave them to her. .- "Thank you; thank you very much." "Of course they are yours, Miss' She thrust them into her pocket "Of course they're mine," she aa'd Indignantly, and turned to go. "We'll waive proof ot property and that sort of thing. I'm sorry not to establish a more neighborly feeling with St. Agatha's. The stone' wall may seem formidable, but it's not of my building. I must open the gate. That wall's a trifle steep for climbing." I was amusing myself with the idea that my identity was a dark mystery to her. I had read English novels in which the young lord of the manor la always mistaken for the game-keeper's son by the pretty daughter of tbe curate who has come home from school to be the belles of the county. But my lady of the red tam-o'-shanter waa not a creature of Illusions. "It serves a very good purpose the wall. I mean Mr. Glenarm." She was walking down the steps and I followed, pleased to hear my name from her Hps. 1 am not n man to suf fer a lost school girl to cross my lands unattended in anow storm; and the piazza of a boat house la not I submit a pleasant loafing place on a winter day. She marched before me, her fcands In her pockets I liked her par ticularly that way with an easy swing and a light and certain atep. Her re mark about the wall did not encourage further conversation and I fell back upon the poeta. "Stone walls do not a prison make, Nor iron bars a cage," I quoted. "I have heard that before!" she said, half turned her face and laughed as ahe hastened on. Her brilliant cheeks were a delight to the e "" """ ewiFisjfj a bon' in mx kit r. OPEN ' "V 4 " her, whitening the crown of her re"3 cap and clung to her shoulders. Have you ever seen snow crystals gleam, break, dissolve in fair, soft storm blown hay? Do you know how a man will pledge his soul that a particular flake will never fade, never cease to rest upon a certain flying strand over' a girlish temple? And he loses bis heart and wager in a breath! If you tall to understand these things, and are furthermore unfamiliar with tbe fact that the color in the cbeeka of a girl who walks abroad in a driving snow storm marks the favor of heaven itself', then I waste time, and you will do well to rap at the door of another, Inn. -. "I'd rather missed you," I said; "and really, I should have been over to apologize if I hadn't been afraid." "Sister Theresa is rather fierce," ahe declared. "And we're not allowed to receive' gentlemen callers It says so in the catalogue." "So I Imagined. I trust Sister The resa is Improving." "Yes, thank you." "And Miss Devereux she is quite well, I hope," , She turned her head my way ' as though to listen more carefully, and her step slackened for a' moment; 'then she hurried blithely forward. "Oh, uhe's always well, I believe. "You know her, of course." "Rather f She teaches music." i "So Miss Devereux is the music teacher, is she? Should youall her a popular teacher?" "The "girls call her" she seemed moved to mirth by the recollection "Miss Prim and Prosy." "Ugh!" I exclaimed sympathetically. Tall and hungry looking, with long talons that pound ihe keys with grim delight I know the sort" . "She's a sight!" and my guide laughed approvingly. "But we have to take her; sbs's part of the treat ment" ; "You speak of St Agatha's as though it were a Sanatorium." "Oh, it's not so bad; there are worse." We spproached the gate. Her in difference to the storm delighted me. Here, I thought in my admiration, is s real product of the Western owrld. I felt that we had made strides toward such a comradeship as It Is proper should exist between a school girl in her teens and a male neighbor of 27. I was going back to English Action the young squire walking home with the curate's pretty young daughter and conversing with fine condescen sion. "We girls all wish we could come over and help hunt the lost treasure. It must be simply splendid to live In a house where there's a mystery se cret passages and chests of doubloons and all that sort of thing! My! Squire Glenarm, I suppose you spend all your nights exploring secret pass ages?" This free expression of opinion startled me, though she seemed whol ly Innocent of Impertinence. "Who says there's any secret about the house?" I demanded. , "Oh, Ferguson, the gardener, and all the girls!" - "I fear Ferguson Is drawing on his imagination." "Well, all the people In the village think so. I've heard the candy ahop woman speak of it often." "She'd better attend to her taffy," I retorted. "Oh. you musn't be sensitive about It! All us girls think It ever so ro mantic, and we call you sometimes the lord of the realm, and when we see you walking through the darkling wood at evenfall we say, 'My lord Is brooding upon the treasure chests.' " This, delivered in the suited tone of one who waa half qnoUng and half Improvising, waa irresistibly funny, and I laughed with good wilt I!'if vV HiT (h' Vi III'- i;iM' llHMr -aj) JUKI ,., . -ill '''4Vi iiHii ' Hurry if m waul to partal of the linttt nursing w km mr bees able to offer. The splendid" wo oleru and worsteds that cuu to u through oar bit: wolen mills scoop are roiac fast " ... We cleaned out tome of the larr est millj ia Rhode bland. Tbe Bill weather left u enormous rsrdare of tnt fabric oa their hands. ' Csr chain of storei took them at sacriJl ce prices. Some of the Inert wools aai worsteds produced ia America are included. It's the birrest scoev we ever made aad pats as ia line to rive voa the best valaes yoe mr knew ia aude-to-order clothes. $25 Suit or overcoat to order f o r S16.50 aad aa extra pair of C3 trousers free. $30 Suit er Overcoat to order for 119 aad aa extra pair of &T3 trousers free. errrrT2t3i; SATURDAY and VCCrSDAT "I . hope you? m.svj ; kicked tbe gate to knock cl t and took the key from my t . , "But I haven't Mr. Olenara. V assumption Is, to say the hr ' warranted I got that from a I: . "It Isn't fair for yon to kaoir . ; name and for me not to know rszzz," I said leadingly, ' '.( . "You are Mr. John Glanarm C ; gardener told me and I am i t Olivia. They don't allow me to ti called Miss ret I'm verr voir. " 1 sir!" "You've only' told me half' and t kept my hand on the closed fiU. The snow still fell steadily and thO short afternoon was nearing its ofooe. I did not like to lose her the1 Ufe, the youth, the mirth for which shei stood, i Lights already gleamed In the school buildings straight before us,' and the sight of them smote me with loneliness.. "Olivia Gladys Armstrong," ah ' said, laughing, brushed , put me through the gate and ran lightly over, the snow toward St. A-atha's. (To be Continued.) Venetian Waterways Frosaav. VENICE, Jan. 25. -Tbe lagoons of Venice are frozen, and this hss necessi tated the use of an Ice breaking ma chine to maintain communication be tween points In tbe-city that are con nected only by water. Five persons In Veulce have been so severely frostbit ten that thev "" " r TIMELY TOnCS. To-morrow night will end (he) Dreamland sale at Wenzel's toggery. Everything In furnishings for maa and boy. Look up tbe bargains and stamps at the Union Supply Co's for Bator day and Monday. J. B. Mullings and Son's suits, ov ercoats and furnishings for men and) boys cannot be surpassed for stylo and worth. - . Only a few days more of Curran'sj big sale. See tbe bargains adver Used for to-morrow. , The January offer of suits, eoata, trousers and shoes at Jones, Morgan & Co's is something worts looking? lip. See that the Boss trademark la oil every package of crackers you buy. Those Nancy Dodge shoes at 22.70 are sellers, and Waterbury Boys, are) only 3.15. All wool hose blanket . and fur robes are put at low prices at Miller Sc. reek's. Fenner is selling skates at coat prices. Ladles' skates ; 75c and $1 Sleds 15c up. . ' , Tbe English Woolen Mfus Co bur their woolens cheap on account of so many stores. Customers get the benefit. Lenox or Swift's Pride . soap at White-Simmons, eirtt bars for 28c. Poo com 7c a package. Tbe Trott Baking Co will hav many (roods for to-morrow. Coffee cokes 10c each. D. J. Griffin has several good prop erties for smle, houses or building lots. A. Mallhiot is selling all blankets at enrt prices. A good time to put in these goods. To-morrow Is the last dayof the sale atGrleve, Blsaet ft Holland's. Don't mlaa rti hflrimlna Langley sells Bent's Boston beds, because they are good In build, stylo and prrre. . It will pay yon to take advantage, of the low prices offered by the Pub lic market on meats. Reld & Hughes' mill end aale is tie place to stock up on dry and fancy goods at cut prices. Beef, lamb and veal at moderato prices, at tbe Model market, tbe hoc of pure foods. Try some of the Martha Wastr ton old fashioned chocolate- creaks at Woodruff's Grocery Co's SCe pound. , ;i EVEK:CS.