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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1907.
11 is becoming more and more divorced from the people as day fol lows, day. Panlca In Wall street are not panlcg In Waterbury or any other city. ' Growing things have prospered Immeasurably. Every farmer Is out of dobt. Mortgages on farms have been cleared off. . The tiller of the soil has money in the bank. Cor-' poratlons and trusts have been regulated. Electric and gas com panies are reducing their charges. More babies ; are coming into the world, husbands are more generous, wives more hopeful, chil dren brighter and happier. Prices of foods and milk and other ne cessities have gone up, but that's beoause they are purer. Substi tutes have been thrown out. (See the pure food laws). We're getting down to an honest basis; general confidence exists every-1 where except in Wall street Who cares for' Wall street? Mer- chandise is now worth the money and you will agree with us. when you see the suits and overcoats we are selling, cash or credit, for " $12 and ?15. Nothing like them ever seen for the money. We. are opening new accounts every day with people that have been trading in other stores, but find our prices more reasonable. For a square deal in clothing, hats, rain coats, skirts, furs, etc go to Spearo Clothing Co. 50 GRAND t A t ArtArSArt AySArSAfS ArSAr'TArS Art Art A FREE--PH0NOGRAPH---FREE HANDSOME GERMAN PHONOGRAPHS GIVEN AWAY FREE - Our reasonable terms are that you pay the packing and ship ping expenses. This we make very easy for you. For tbe advertis ing coupon, 50 cents to our solicitor, aud $1.50 to us when you re ceive the machine. Total cost $2.00. Be sure to get a coupon f rom solicitor, as we do not deliver machines without It. : This phonograph contains the latest style motor, large nickel horn and Is handsomely finished throughout. Don't let this chance to get a phonograph free pass. The E. H, 25 West Hairi St. - -T O. .t..l..t.tltAAAAi',.AlltAAAAimAAl(AHAIll.l'Al'li.l'lAA.tAA' ... .fa November Furniture Sale r Thanksgiving furniture at prices within reach of all. China Closets . Sideboards . Buffets . . . 50 Styles Dining Chairs to Choose from, prices begin at $1.10 up to $12 each. We Have the Goods." BENSON FURNITURE CO,, 188-190 South Main St. 40 Grand St. GET LINE. A big sale of brass and iron bedsteads, mattresses, couches, couch covers, dressers, in fact everything pertaining to bedroom equipment, is now in pro gress at our store. It will pay you to examine our stock. We can save you money if you are in need of anything in our line. AH deliveries promptly made. The N. Y. Mattress Mfg. Co. 250 EAST MAIN STREET. Opposite Crosby High School Telephone. trorXG SLASHERS CHALLENGE, f Several of the Yoaag Slashers football leant called at tbe Democrat aSe this nsomlng aad taey tsstted a challenge to asy twaaa la Use city -so Srkoaa average vreirtl will aot go; y Hi posa&s Tier preferred to STREET. 11 A tt Art ArtArt Art Art ArtArt Art ArtArt, TOWLE Co., Waterbury, Conn. $9 75 to Sioo $9.50 to $125 . . $10 tarkie lb Brow ales aad say ther will wipe ta earth vita thm If they crer get facia oa tbe gridiron. Tier vera a keck? lookleg lot of bora aad evtde&Uy aneaat bastnena. all yoa Jaaior football teaais take notice, lor the Yoaag blaster bare blood la tbeir cjea. INTO THE :1 POLO ONCE MORE COMES DEFEAT Pawtucket Steals a Game From Us in the Last Period Some Polo Notes. The fans should not feel discour aged at that defeat of our team last night for we played good polo and if we had a little more stamina in the last two periods we might have turned the trick ourselves. As It was we threw a scare into the camp of the Pvtuckets and when the first period ended with the locals in the lead by four to two everything looked bright for a win for our Bide of the house. Fate and Dicky Pierce and his followers were against us and once more were we forced to taste the dregs of defeat. It was a rouen came in spots and Cunningham acted more pugnacious than he was ever known to have done before. As a conse quence he and Jack Fahey had sever al little seances and a foul was called on each, but to tell the truth the foul that was called on Fahey should have been on Cunningham as he had a strangle hold on the local boy before he began to get in his work himself. Murray played a better cover point in that first period last night than he has done in sometime. If the same of fense and defense had been followed out in that last period we might have scored the win. We played the visitors off their feet in that first period and took the lead in a jump. It was polo such as the fans wanted and have been hunger ing for and when the period ended and the score stood 4 to 2 In our favor everybody felt happy. Paw tucket put up a fierce contest in that second session and Waterbury went back at them with a vengeance. It was close to the fourteen minute time when Pierce, that wizard of the hock ey smashed one behind Anderson and there was no more scoring done in that period. The visitors got our al ley, our nerve and pulled the cork well in the last session for they scor ed two and almost every minute of the time had the ball dancing around our cage. They outplayed us in that last session and deserved the win they received. The line-up and sum mary: Waterbury. Pawtucket. Murray rush... Cunningham Loxson rush Whipple Fahey center Pierce Holderness ..halfback . Cameron Heffernan Anderson goal Won by Cage by Time, Waterbury. , Waterbury. , Waterbury. , Pawtucket. . Waterbury. . Pawtucket. . , . Murray . . . Murray , i .v v .4 ; 35 .... 0:45 . . Fahey 5:30 .Whipple 2:45 ..Loxson 0:07 Whipple 0:06 Pawtucket.... Pierce 13:30 Pawtucket . , Pawtucket. , Whipple 3:15 Cunningham .. 1:20 Score Pawtucket 5, Waterbury 4. itusnes Cunningham 6. Murrav fi ,' Stops Anderson 33, Heffernan 24 mils Fahey, Cunningham. Referee Doherty. Timer Maloney. THE FRELLMINARY GAME. law about your prize fights, wrestling matches or battles royal.but tnai preliminary game last night had a combination of all three. It was a nerce struggle and Referee Holly- wooa, no aouht on purpose, fell ameop si lue switcn many, many times. Had be called all the fouls that were made both teams would have many goals to make up. The game was contested by the Brooklyns ana me Hamilton Parks. The first melee brought Tobin of the Brooklyns and Harvey of the Parks into close quarters and they biffed each other to their hearts' content. It brought the spectators to tneir feet and to tell the truth it looked as if the people wanted to see a noxing match and not a polo game. All the players were Into it red hot and it was hard to tell whether a man was getting a kick or an uppercut. in the last period that "never kill me" snort Louis Cronan and Larson met head-on and the col lision awoke the audience once more. iney say mat Louis got a bump on nis nign lorenead, but If he did he must have given Larson a bump some where Hse. It was great so the fans tnougnt and they cheered the nihi listic ones enthusiastically. The game was nea wnen tne nnsl time was up and an extra period added on.- but neitner siae could get the ball Into tne netting and the referee declared the melee a draw. The Ilne-up and summary: Brooklyns Hamilton Parks Tobin Rush Harvey Burns Rush Brrne O'Brien Cen ter Larson.Helbert Cronaa Halfback Ryan Clark-.- Goal Hayes, McCarthy Won by Caged by Time Brooklyn Hums c:oo Brooklyn Tobin :00 Hamilton Parks. Harvey ....:oa Hamilton Parks. .Larson a:30 No scoring la second period . Score. Brooklyns 2. Hamilton Parka 2: Rashes, Harvey 1. Tobin J; Larson 4; Stops. Clark IS. McCarthy 4. Hayes t; Fouls , Hamilton Parks 2. Brooklyn 1. Referee. Hollywood. Scorer. Tiernaa. Timer Lawlor. Xatioaal Polo Lragae Standing. Woa Lost P.C New Britain 9 1 .o Hartford . 2 . Bridgeport i 4 .5Sg Providence' ....... 4 .49 New Haven 4 . Pawtncket 3 7 . Wateraary 2 .If 2 Barney Dobery'a wife is stin 4a wateraary. aa Barney is aot a boat remaining In tbe west. Talmgs look dabteu oat tier J act new. SPORTING THE PUGILISTS GOSSIP AT THE RINGSIDE Squires May Get Another Chance Straightening Out the Tangle in New York. The four nieu who were arrested at the Sharkey A. C. on Wednesday night charged with violating section 45S of the penal code were paroled yesterday In the West Side police court, New York city. They will be called for further examination this morning. O'BRIEN-HEVEROX FIGHT OFF. Rochester, N. Y., Nov 22. Pat Gal vin, manager of BUI Hevron, who was matched to fight "Philadelphia" Jack O'Brien to-night at Columbus, O, last night, received a telegram from the matchmaker of the Columbus Gymnastic and Athletic association saying tbe match was off. FIGHT AT LONG ACRE. At the New - York Long Acre A. C. last night, Leach Cross, in a whirl wind set-to had the best of the sis round, boxing exhibition with Willie Green. The latter, however, gave a splendid account of himself at all stages of theame. Fred Bradley, a heavyweight of Boston, put it on Joe Stewart, of Brooklyn, a 200 pounder, after the lat ter had him almost out at the end of the first three rounds. They went six rounds. A big crowd witnessed tbe exhibi tion and. the members voted it a splendid card. - ANOTHER CHANCE FOR SQUIRES. San Francisco, Nov 22 Bill Squires is still in America, and, what Is more, he still believes thnt, if given time enough, he can whip an American fighter. Just to give him a chance to make good, Jim Coffroth will match him against either Jim Flynn or Bob Ward at his next show at the Colina club some time in December. YOUNG HVDA SUES. Mike (Young) Hyda, a Bridgeport boxer, hns brought suit for $500 dam ages against Isaac B. Williams anil William Hogan of Bridgeport. He won a twenty-four hours' endurance race a short ttmc ago and the first prize was to be $400. Hyda says un asked for his money and was offered $03. Hyda claims thnt the race was to be a frameup for some one of the contestants to win and he thinks he spoiled the plans of the promoters, by wluulng. The race was not a success financially. Gerald FiUgibltons, who finished second, has brought suit to recover $250, wnlch was advertised as second money. MoFarland Has Best of Merman. Des Moines, la., Nov. 22. Packie Mc Farland apparently had the best of his fifteen round go with Kid Herman at Davenport. The fifteenth round found Herman banging on as tbe gong rang. No decision was given. Army and Navy Form Lacroiss Teams r.altlmore, Nov. 22. Members of the Johns Hopkins lacrosse team have re cently received letters which show thai lacrosse teams have been formed at both the Naval academy and at the West Point Military academy and that the midshipmen and cadets Intend to make the sport a leading one at both Institutions. POLO NOTES. Don't knock ; et. We will get there before long. Remember the good things the local managers aid for you last sea son. Dan Daley has been sent his trans portation and may arrive here this week. Dan ran play some If he de cides to cut out the gay side of life. Cunningham was looking for trou ble all night long and Jack Fahey Just about sized him up. It looked at times as if those two chaps would give an exhibition a la Baldwin and Keyes. They are loaning players to each other In the west in order to play out their schedule. Such a condi tion of affairs cannot last long and there will be a breaking up out there before very long. If we did not win last night, we save the fans a ran for their money. That game was Rood enough for any body to see. It was fast, plenty of spectacular work and some of the goals were made sensationally. Dicky Pierre has that same old pile driver of hi and how the boys did scamper wnen he started to bowl one la. It would remind yon of the Tom Cotter days when every body !ew to coter when Tom start ed to drive. With Dan DaVv In tbe rash line we ought to come pretty near doing something In the next few weeks. If we ran hold oar own for two weeks at least, yon ran bet the western manager will have to gHe ap paring fancy salaries. Bill Smith, a Bridgeport renorfer. testified la a libel sait the other day and a lawyer oh jetted to the witness testifying oa re groaad that tbe nan wbo had been Interviewed had testified that be bad been inter viewed by a fat. smooth-faced report er aad the lawyer said no one would sense tbe witness of being fat. Tbe Jwdce remarkei ""The witness may bare grown thlj since then." Tbe Interview took plane la April aad sf nee then Sraitb was elected an oa rer la tbe National Roller Polo teagwe. This may aecoaat for his f weight. NEWS. BOWLING BUSY TIMES AT THE CASINO Many Games Bowled There Last Night-Records of All the Players. In the Casino league races last night three records were broken In the high single, high total and the total number of pintails. C. Beards ley was the winner of the first two records and Allen's team made the record In pinfalis. The Lewis team was the loser in the match and lost heavily, trotting behind the Allen team at the finish by 350 pins. The following were the scores: Allen's Team. Allen 175 183 168 526 C. Beardsley 221 193 248 662 Sheldwlck 168 146 116 215 116 124 167 550 173 435 170 440 Denehy . Wheeler Totals 856 831 9262613 Lewis's Team. Lewis 132 153 168 483 Jones 132 124 166 422 F. Beardsley 150 146 212 508 Anderson 150 136 165 125 440 114 160 410 Herbert Totals 730 702 8312263 Teams from the Waterbury Brass Co and the Waterbury Clock Co worked against each other last night oc the Casino alleys and the Brass boys won by tho small margin of 62 pins. McKeon had the high single and Beardsley had the high total. A challenge came from the defeated team and was accepted and the game will be played in the near future. The scores: Waterbury Brass Co. Messlnger .. 159 174 136 469 McEnroe .. 162 155 Buttman ... 160 170 Malsch 167 184 C. Beardsley 193 169 132 449 166 496 196 547 199 561 Totals ... 841 852 8292522 Waterbury Clock Co. Neal 172 196 Lewis 13S 148 McKeon ... 14 143 P.M'Partland 162 170 F.M'Partland 167 162 160 528 153 459 204 491 149 481 172 501 Totals 803 819 8382460 Averages of the Connecticut State Bowling league to date show that Red tiold Of Hartford continues at the top with the high single score of 278. This is likely to bold good until the end of the season. Wutt of Bridge port has the best three strings, 071, and French, of Bridgeport lias tho high individual pinfall, 5,012. Hart ford leads with tbe high team single, 1.000, aud with the high team string. 2.874. The pinfall records are as follows: Matches Tinfall AV. New Haven 0 24140 2683 2 Bridgeport 9 24135 26T&2 Waterbury n 2305 2020.2 Hartford 9 234. 2010.3 Merlden 9 23105 2507.2 New Britain 9 22SS9 2543.2 The individual averages to date are as follows: T.F H.S. AV Watt. B 1248 247 208.0 C. Johnson, N. H. ..4009 238 185.1 Rlddell, N. B 4901 23(1 184.8 French. B' r012 247 185.0 Redfield, II 4420 278 184.4 Beecher, N. II 4979 220 184.4 Lewis, B 4433 223 184.7 F. Shipper, N. II 4057 213 179.1 Neal, W 4291 205 17S.7 Becker, N .11 1770 10.8 J77.0 McKay, B 4791 213 177.4 Quint), M 4705 230 174.2 Pullam, M 4759 228 170.2 Savage, M 529 191 170.0 F. Beardsley, W SSSrt 221 170.0 Douglas. B 4540 230 174.0 Teller, W 4597 227 170.8 C. Beardsley. W 1922 211 174.0 Swift. N. II 45X3 214 170.2 Klmberly. II 3730 234 177.0 Chamberlain. II 3857 220 175.3 .Morgan. N. II 4034 214 173.3 Walther. N R 4575 219 109.1 Elphlck. N." B R1S 185 171.0 Peard. II 3592 195 171.0 Harper. W KOO 185 175.0 Stokes. W 2701 201 109.0 Iiaribanlt, M 45SO 210 109.0 Williams. II 4291 240 171.0 Basso. N. B 3189 220 K8..1 Ranks. B WC3 222 lfts.4 : Malsch. W 1319 179 108.0 Yost. M 4i27 215 107.0 Hale. M H 204 100 0 Ilchnke, X. R 31 24 IfiSil I Walker. X. R 2927 190 102rti Smith. X. R 1979 203 104.9 Pntw. M 492 195 K4.0 Bennett. M 3529 231 IrtR.rt Allen. X. H ? 194 HW.0 tJrant. R flark. M 97S 175 153.0 177 140 I 137 137!0 Diver. W Soffel. W in: 139 139 1390 527 17 175.S Tuller. W .... Allen. W .. 1 155 155.0 Kellar Mnsnnte. R ... Imbue. I Lewis. W .... McLaughlin. M 525 191 175.0 1C iy 1C.0 232 ,r v 1) 2554 198 HO 2 42 148 142.0 Other games played last night were as follows Rarkn U3 152 Wife 2M ISA Sfhroeder .. X 15 Webb .. .. 1JI 127 T.urgess ... 1S7 15 Totals ... 924 751 T. Gross ... 24 14 M. Gross ... 17 145 Warr.er .... li 1I Smith 15 147 pRhnc 1 15 Totals ... 0 74 17 482 15 533 171 4J! 140 45 147 4S0 4 2379 17 S4 13 47S 125 42 155 452 20 52i Two teams from tW Scon" 11 Vana faetarlng Co railing themselves Swiperiaoa aad Payaoopera met last night before a larg crowd. th Swlperlnos winning out by 62 pins. The scores: flwlperlnoB Kellogg 292, SwlpetuSStv.C. Warner 468, Moran 386; tota., 1,500. Paysoop ers F. Warner 389, Perrault 259, Horton 414,s Fowler. 386; total, 1,-448. Casino Notes. The match in the Casino league tc-nlght is between teams captained by Stemm and Chappelle. - . F..', C. Allen of the State league team has made the best showing thus far in the individual tournament with a record of six wins against two defeats. In the individual tournament the schedule for to-night Is: Harrison vs Diver, Dubuc vs Chappelle, C. Beardsley vs Harrison, Dubuc vs C. Beardsley, Bossell vs Diver, Harper vs Dubuc, C. Beardsley vs Harper. THE POOL TOURNAMENT. Easy Victory for the Waterbury Con- testant Last Night. Fred Stone was to have met Tompkins of Naugatuck last night, but the Naugatuck poolist failed to materialize. Wood was at once pressed into service, and while he tried hard enough to win, he was not In it for a minute. Stone made a runaway match of it and took only seven frames to run the game out. From the look of things now it would appear to be a battle royal between Stone of this city and Nolan of Naugatuck for final honors. Eddie Landers will meet Long down in Naugatuck this evening. The fol lowing were the scores: Stone 13, 14, 12, 10, 9, 10, 7 75. Scratches I, high run 20. Wood 2, 1, 3, 4, 3, 3, 218. Scratches 5, high run 5. The Standing. Won. Lost. P. C. Stone, W ... 2 0 1,000 Nolan, N 2 0 1,000 Long, N 1 0 1,000 Landers, W 1 1 .500 Daly, W 0 1 .000 Malsch, W 0 1 .000 Kelleher, N. N . . . . 0 1 .000 Wood, N 0 2 .000 THE LONG WAIT EXPLAINED. Official Story from the Yale Head quarters. The following account of the delay between the halves In the Princeton game is declared by the Yale officials to be correct. The fact is that the officials did not notify Yale that time was up. It seems that the officials believed that Yale had been notified but as a mat ter of fact no notification reached the players. Captain Biglow and the men' were chafing under the delay and finally Captain Biglow started for the gridiron. At the gate he met a "helper" coming to notify him that Yale was late. Whatever the coaches had to say to the players had been said long be fore and the men had been sitting in silence in their dressing room, eager to get into the game again. Walter Camp had left the dressing room and with Field Coach Knox had been waiting outside for the notification of the official The"t!ayers had asked if time was not up and Captain Big low once started for the field. He was told to wait until the officials notified the team to return to the game. DEAL IS PENDING. Unglaub Likely to Figure in Trade This Week. St. Louis, Nov. 22. It is generally believed in baseball circles here that Bob Unglaub of the Boston Americans will succeed Tom Jones as first base man on the St Louis Browns. Man ager McAleer yesterday confirmed the report that he was after Unglaub and said the deal would probably go through this week. McAleer would be tickled to death to trade Jones for Unglaub and throw in some coin to boot. But McGuIre wants a player in return. He would like either Pitcher Howell or Pitcher Pelty, it is under stood, or Catcher Spencer. THE SPAVLIUXGS GET BUSY. The Spaulding football team sent in a long communication to-day In which they air their side of the case. They are willing to play any team In the city whose average weight will not go over 120 pounds. They want to play the Brownies, the Emeralds or the Quakers for 925 a side, on any lot in the city. If any of the teams mentioned wants to accept the challenge they can drop over to the Spaulding club 100ms at the corner of South Leonard and Bank streets and get the match. They also want to take up the ttatement made by the Emeralds that the Spauldlngs had five Rosebuds on their team. They want to bet $10 that there were but two Rosebuds, the rest must all be lilies. They want to play with the same Hne-up against the Emeralds for -any amount of money, and If some one does not come along and enter a . protest they are going to claim the (tampionship of the city. The Brownies hav an open date for Sunday and they can tackle them on that day If they so desire. They say they will allow the Brown ies to have Ba thy and "Red" Mc Grath. whom they call the high school wonders, and they will give them the worst beating they ever got. Now then, boys, step lively. WIXKLKR FOR MANAGER. Hoiyoke. Nov 12. The annual meeting of the directors of the Hoi yoke base ball club will probably be held some time next week. At that time It la not unlikely that a man ager for next season's team will be decided upon, and this office will un doubtedly fall o Fred A. Winkler, principal owner of the club. It Is pretty safe betting that tbe rlnb will cot hive another playing manager. as last year a experiment proved a costly one. Owner Winkler. !t is thought, con Id easily combine his other duties with those of manager, saving a big item in the monthly pa Troll. Tbe rlnb has already starts In quest of new Een for next rear's team. John Prke. aa outfielder re commended by oha Hammell of the Brooklyn Nationals, has been hitched ft to n contract. He hails from Bloombry Pa. aad comes wtik the ssual akw recomaaeadationa of a be-glaner. It's not "the man with the hoe" it's the man with the axe who holds pub lie attention this month. We are making cuts too this week to help along that Thanksgiving feeling (and to keep our $15 line fill ed) we have cut $2 or $4 off of some $17 and $19 suits. Now $15 You know a U. S. & Co $15 suit is a winner every time these are better than usual. Upson, if!gto!i 5 Co, COME EITHER WAY. BANE ST 0 SOUTH MAIN ST. The Casino Bowling, Billiards and Roller Skating. 135 East 1 Main St. The Waterbury Casino Co. F. E. Beardsley, Mgr. THE EAGLE BREW ING CO. INC. BREWERS OF THE CHOICEST Lager Beer and Purest Ales and Porter.... Telephone 839. RIVERSIDE PARK. Waterbury Conn, A Reason for THANKSGIVING In Waterbury and vicinity is the fact that right "in your midst" yon can obtain as pure s!es snd lagert as are ' brewed anywhere. Nothing purer can you lind thin The Beer That Drank? Bottled and on draught in all first etas cafes. Brewed toy THK Hellmann Brewing Co PRIZE DOGS BURN TO DEATH. Brookside Kennels at Bye Destroyed by Incendiary Fire. Rye. X. Y.. Nov. 22. The Brook side kennels, owned by George Greer of Brookside farm. Rye, were totally destroyed by fire yesterday. Of tha 100 dogs in tbe kennel sixty wers burned to death and a number of those rewued will die from their in juries. The loss is said to be at least $25,000. Mr Greer had the prize cocker and field spaniels of the world, and among those burned were the champion field spaniel Bradford Boy, valued at II. 000; the champion corker spaniels Fritx and Brookside. valued at f 1.000 each, and the white cocker spaniel. Jupiter, worth $500. HsiraUn Wins Billiard Gam. St. Louis. Xor. 22. The twenty fonrth fame of tbe tournament for the national three cushion billiard cbam pinhin played here resulted In a SO to 43 victory for Thomas A. Heastoa of St. txmis over Joseph Caproa of Gait Canada. Heustoa's fcigb run, 4; avenge. M. Caprons high ran, 4; a, erage. -M. Detestt Club Mint Pay Ferrwstsr. CHHnnarL Jter. 22. Tha national raet!l rnfnmi?lnw gave oat tbeir de rvirm im tbe claim nt Flayer J. W. rnrrester acainst tbe Petrott AmerVaa Leagoe club for balance oa bis salary. Tbe coaiiaissioB beSd that tbe Detroit dab aboard pay Forrester tbe sam of tS ia f aa af aa bin cialaaa.