Newspaper Page Text
WATEItBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1908.
Fti::n Fish and Meat Market 838-202 CHERRY ST. Salmon 20c a lb. Blue Point Oysters... 40c qt Providence Oysters 35o qt Hard Crabs 35c per doa Boft Crabs ..90c per doi Fresh Shrimps ....40c qt Japanese Crab Meat. ..... 40c a can Native Crab Meat 35c per qt Frogs' Legs, Green Turtles, Lob sters. : ten Moore, Prop, 'one 84i ; CASH LOANS 1 5 and upwards on furnrture, pi anos, etc. Business strictly private. 43 East Main St Room 37. ' Over 6 and 10-cent Store. Money Loaned ,1c Ben and women on furniture. Pianos, etc. ftfuCa'nTVRobm 36 , Call end Gel Our Low tUtei. "Young Mr Amos complained of beadache, felt dumpish with a fever. Z told him he had malaria or he was la love. He said he had both," re marked Mrs Knlpp. "Did his girl give him the shake?" asked the man With the copper nose as he snickered. "Mrs Knlpp gave him a hard look, bit "her lip and put some Brown's Quick , fire Charcoal in the stove to revive .the Are. TELEPHONES. J. H. MULVILLE, The Undertaker. " Residence, 439 East Main Street. Store, St. Patrick's Block, r 110 East Main Street Telephone ;080. Residence 603 North Main Street MORIARTYS, UNDERTAKERS. OFFICE OVER POLTS ENTRANCE Opea Day and Night Telephones 397, 354, 2080. Arthur J.Lunny Undertaker and Funeral Director. The price of the casket is the price of the complete funeral with me. Funeral Parlors and Show Room, 231-233 Grand St TELEPHONE 499. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. At The A. 4 P. This Week. ; Special Cut Prices. EXTRA STAMPS. BO stamps with 1 lb Fancy Chop 70c " Tea. 60. stamps with 1 box Nhea-Nectar 60c Tea. '40 stamps with 1 lb best 50c Tea. 5 stamps with 1 lb best 40c Tea. SO stamps with 1 lb best 35c Tea. SPECIALS. LOOK! OUR CUT PRICES! IONA TOMATOES, regular price 10c, cut price... ...... 8c can CORN, regular price 10c, cut price ' 6c a can ' French OREGON PRUNES, regu lar price 10c 8c lb Ball Blue, regular price 8c, lb 5c RED ALASKA SALMON, regular price 15c a can 12c NEW DATES, regular price 10c, 2 pkgs 7c ' BHRIMP, regular price 12c a can 10c 3 CANS A. & P. CONDENSED MILK, regular price 9c a can, 25c COFFEES VERY . BEST EXTRA STAMPS. ; SS stamps with 1 lb Coffee 38c 30 stamps with 1 lb Coffee 35c 26 stamps with 1 lb Coffee,. .... ;fOc SO stamps with 1 lb Coffee'. .... 25c 10 stamps with 1 lb Coffee .... 20c lO STAMPS WITH ANY OF THE FOLLOWING. 1 can Old Dutch Cleanser 10c 1 pkg 4 lbs A. & P. Washing Pow der... 16c 1 bottle A. Sc P. Ammonia 10c 3 pkgs Flaked Fish, each 5c 1 pk E. C. Corn or Egg-O-See. . 10c X can A. & P. Paprika lOc FRESH EGGS. N. Y. State Full Cream Cheese. 15c 3 OAST MAIN Vt Toothpicks. ...... ..2 boas for 5c Campbell's Soups. . ...... 3 for 25c Crx a DUMcrat van aa SventncilDemoctnt WATERIiTJBY, CONN. Itsoed by THE DEMOCRAT PUIUSUING COXPANl. 71-71 Oiund St., WATaaauar, Ooa C N&loaey, Editor Hi Prtprittar. MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS. Subscription Rates: ONE YEAR. 16.00 I SIX MONTH 3, H.90 Turjii Months, l. I Oni Month tiou, Dallwed by Carrier to T pm ot Clly. By Mall to toy plao la United State Entered at Vi Put Office at Wattrbury, Con at teeond clou Matter. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1008. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President, WILLIAM J. BRYAN, j of Nebraska. . For Vice-President, JOHN W. KERN, ,' of Indiana. For Governor, A. HEATON ROBERTSON, of New Haven. For Lieutenant Governor, , ROLLIN U. TYLER, of Haddam. For Secretary of State, ANDREW J. BROUGHEL, of Hartford. For State Treasurer, GEORGE MISCHLER, of Merlden. For State Comptroller, JOHN M. BRADY, f New Britain. Fqr Congressman-at-Large, CHRISTOPHER AVERY, of Groton. Presidential Electors. Louis Schmidt of Southlngton. Samuel L. Bronson of New Haven. Tryon E. Robertson of Montvllle. Melbert E. Cary of Ridgefleld. S. M. Chapin of Nw Hartford. George Leonard of Middletown. Oscar O. Tanner of Willimantic. For Senators. District." 1 Raoul W. D'Arche, Hartford. 2 Richard J. Dillon, Hartford. 3 Herman P. Kopplemann. 4 Arthur E. Bidwell, Glastonbury. 5 Arthur J. Blrdseye, Farmington. 7 Addison Lamphere, Windsor. 8 Thomas J. Gibbons, New Haven. 9 James J. Lawton, New Haven. 10 John H. Courtney, New Haven. 11 John F. Shanley, New Haven. 12 Charles B. Yale, Wallingford. 13 Albert P. Dossin. Meriden. 14 John M. Page, Naugatuck. 15 Peter Hock,. Waterbury. 16 John Hurley, Waterbury. 17 W. R. Palmer, Derby... 18 Frank E. Gledhill, New London. 19 Thomas M. Shields, Norwich. 20 George P. Hill, East Lyme. 22 Henry E. Shannon', Bridgeport. 24 Hugh C. Shalvoy, Danbury. 30 A. G. Wilson, Harwlnton. 31 Charles W. Barnum, Lime Rock. 34 b. w. Crocker, East Haddam. 35 Silas H. Perry, Somers. Representatives in Congress. District. 1 Charles S. Gerth, Bristol. 2 Thomas L. Reilly, Meriden. , 3 Henry H. Hunter, Willimantic. 4 Lynn W. Wilson. Bridgeport Representatives. John W. McDonald, Thomas F. Devine. Judge of Probate. Robert A. Lowe. "5 "I wish you success In your ca reer." Roosevelt to Lllley. I wish you had made it stronger is probably what Lllley said to Roose velt. Hard times has struck New Bri tain about as hard as couid be ex pected. First we are told that there was a big drop In the population and now comes the announcement that the police court only netted a trifle over two thousand dollars last year when the men who made up the es timates expected five thousand. Hard luck sure enough. Ahnnr 400 at the democratic rally In the great armory of the Foot n,mrrt and Star Waller not in it! That's one nlcture. The other is 1.- 500 at the republican rally in the auditorium in Meriden and Congress man Hill present ana getting a rous ing welcome. Hartford Courant. That's nothing. Waterbury demo crats turned out 2,000 strong at a rally last week, while the republi cans with Hill didn'-t have only about one-third or one-quarter of that num ber. The plot thickens. Now It Is made known that Congressman Lil ley some time ago wrote to Pres' dent Roosevelt to get his endorse ment. The Roosevelt letter which has been given to the public as a Lilley winner is what followed, and the president says that only part of his letter has been made public by Mr Lilley, intimating that the other part might set him right as to whether he did or did not endorse Lilley's candidacy for governor. He admits he wished him success in his career. On the other hand Mr Lll ley gays the balance of the letter was private, but he will have it printed if the president says the word. Our worthy president is not the man to take a dare so we may expect to see the letter published in fall very soon. In the meantime wouldn't It be a good thing to follow the advice of a former well known statesman and "burn those letters?" this Is not the first time Congress man Lllley . has been plunged in hot water by the indiscreet letter writer! and the congressman's private sec retary can testify to that. Our friends of the g. o. p. are' get ting just a mite anxious about the election these days. In . a double leaded article yesterday the Hart ford Courant, the paper that sets the republican pace, almost begged the men who are opposing Congressman Lilley to let up, and be good. This paper tells them they are not only hurting Lllley but they are hurting the party, and then it tells about Lll ley'? rapid rise since 1901. The in dications now are that his descent is going tobe much more rapid so that the Courant from a g. o. p. view point can hardly be blamed for wor rying a bit. Even our evening con temporary on Grand street is getting trifle worried, as that Hartford story Indicates. 'Lilley's opponents should be allowed the same privil eges as Bryan, for instance. When a candidate gets into the limelight he must expect to be .written up, and so much the worse for the can didate if he has left himself open for attack. It seems to have been Con gressman Lilley's misfortune to be In the latter position, and his ene mies politically or otherwise are taking advantage of it. Perhaps if the Waterbury man would keep off the stump and let others do the talk ing he would not be wandering so aimlessly. In his address last even ing, he dropped from state issues to telling his audience why he wants to be governor, and for how long a tim h has been looking toward the big building on Bushnell park In the Capitol city. He also said: "If any machine had a hand in my nom ination It was because it saw the wisdom of being on the winning side. This is said not boastfully, but be cause I had personally canvassed the field and knew tho strength of my support among the voters. If any .machine counts upon a feeling of gratitude on my part It is going to be undeceived if I am elected. I have made no pledge to anybody, either captain or private in the-re publican ranks; not one. If elected, and'I see a dishonest or incompetent head in the service of the state , shall hit It, and no machine or or ganization influence will stay my ,, arm. HEARD IN PASSING. ' It is estimated that during the Bal kan war scare last week at least $300,000,000 of securities were dunmed uoon the New .York market by foreigners. Of course this caused a recession of prices, out unless war actually ensues, it is not probable that there will be any further de clines from this cause. Bridgeport Farmer. The Boston Herald reminds Sena tor Lodge that he was a bit hasty in his remark to the effect that there Is not a Bryan man in the country fit to be secretary of state. There is, for example, that very distinguished Massachusetts democrat, Richard 01 ney, who has been secretary of state before, and to whom the senator him self has recently been paying well deserved compliments. Providence Journal. New England Is waking up to the advantages ot reforesting, and this state is sharing to some extent in this revival. Some of the water companies are -interesting themselves In tree planting as a means of conserving the water supply. Tree planting will thus bring a double gain. There are many abandoned farms In Connecti cut which would yield. In time, good returns under reforesting. New Ha ven Union. A certain professional automobile driver covered 250 miles in 219 min utes at a certain place on Long Is land Saturday with a certain ma chine. What has he proved? Cer tainly not that the car he guided is necessarily the best for the average automobilist because of this feat. On the other hand, the lives of a consid erable number of people were need lessly and seriously endangered. New Haven Journal and Courier. If reports are true, somebody in au thority should run over from Hart ford and have a quiet little talk with the authorities of the New Britain Normal school. Twenty young ladies students at that Institution, absented themselves from their ' studies last week for the purpose of attending the celebration in Hartford. True, they neglected to get the permission of the school authorities, but why should that be necessary? There are emergencies which Invalidate rules. New Haven Register. The professional baseball season re cently brought to Its dramatic termi nation surpassed in point of attend ance any in the history of the game. The total number of paid admissions for the National league was 3,514,285 as against 2,737,793 the previous sea son. For the American league the gain was less owing to the fact that the American league had nearly as closely fought a pennant race last season as this. The figures for the American league were 3,554,337 as against 3,398,764. New , Haven Leader. A republican caucus was held in East Greenwich, R. I., this week at which rival factions took issue with each other on the question of party fealty and much disorder followed. The trouble was caused by some of the republicans who had signed nomination papers for democrats, de siring to vote and permission being refused. Eggs no longer lit for cul inary purposes were thrown at the chairman and though he escaped one of the tellers was not so fortunate. He was struck oo the head. This was the signal for a general fight la which many of the . taitnrul were severely pummelled.. And yet some people FORL&njRE Of The Better Grade MAKE is my specialty. You can see for yourself by examin ation. Here is shown a specialty ROUND PILLAR EXTENSION TABLE as shown in cut is decidedly attractive. Has fluted Pillar shaped standards quartered top seats six without extending the table solidly madefinely finished. The price is attractive also OTHER PILLAR $16TO$35 HOUSEHOLD RANGES and HEATERS 'SSL LANGLEY say this is a slow campaign. If It is slow in East Greenwich It would be interesting to know what they call a lively campaign there. New Britain Herald. ( TWIN SISTEES. The Misses 'Colford Will Open a Pat- ' ent Law Office. Washington, Oct 16. Miss Ethel A. Colford and Miss Florence M. Col ford. twin daughters of Mr and Mrs E. A.: Colford of this city have been admitted to the bar of the- Unitea States supreme court. The Misses Col ford are also the only women in Washington, or perhaps in the coun try who have reecived the degree of master of patent law. They will open a patent law office next month, and until then they will continue with the law firms with which they have been associated since their graduation from various Washington institu tions. , The Misses Colford were born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, but have lived the greater part of their lives in Washington. They were educated in the Convent of the Visitation in this city and later studied law at the Washington College of Law, from which they were graduated at the same college the following year, and in 1907 George Washington univer sity conferred upon each the degree of master of patent law. Soon there after they were admitted to the bar of the supreme court of the district. The sisters resemble each other so closely that only members of their family and their most intimate friends are able to distinguish them apart. They are still in the early twenties. . ; for a fellow on the road, whether for business or pleasure, to have a good, strongly built TRUNK to carry his clothes and outfit. Commodious and compact and made of the best and stoutest materials, strengthened where the greatest resistance is need ed, are special features of our Trunks. A full line of UMBRELLAS, BAGS and SUIT CASES to select from at low prices, at WaL Trunk & Umbrella Mfrs. 1S3 BANK ST. Trunks, Bags and Umbrellas re covered and repaired,, Keys fitted. Telephone 255-4. : IT'S fl GOOD BACKING DEPENDABLE GOODS FURNISH COMFORTABLE HOKES YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD "main. LANGLEY DINING TABLES Cut Tiiis Coupon Out ft is Valuable and will Save Half Your Money. Redeemable at Dexter's. George L. Dexter & Co, the popu lar druggists, will save you money. Present -the following coupon at their store, corner East and North Main streets, and they will let you have a regular fifty cent package of Dr Ames' Pleasant Specific for the cure of constipation and dyspep sia, containing a full month's treat ment at half price. Cut This Coupon Out and use it at Once. 1 - This coupon entitles the hold er to one 50c package of Dr ' ' Ames' Pleasant Specific for the cure of dyspepsia, constipation and biliousness, at half price, 25c. We agree to return money in nil cases where it does not cure. GEO L. DEXTER & CO. Dexter & Co will go further, and will give with every package they sell their personal guarantee to re fund the money if Dr Ames' Pleas ant Specific does not cure a re liable medicine at half price, with a guarantee that your money will be cheerfully returned If the remedy does not cure. Anyone who is suffering from liver trouble, constipation.slck head ache, indigestion, . bad taste in the mouth, biliousness, specks before the eyes, melancholy, or tired feel ings, should take advantage of this offer. Messrs Dexter & Co don't know how long they will be able to sell Ames' Pleasant Specific at half price, for the sale has been some thing phenomenal. As the doBe is diminished after the first few days a bottle that you can obtain now for 25 cents, will last a month. And it costs nothing if it' does not cure. 'J. L. DEXTER & CO, Druggists, Corner East and West Main Streets, Waterbury. .. Get Busy. . Have Your Furnaces, Ranges, and Stoves put in shape for Winter. WHERE? at The Barlow Bros. Co., 61,3, 65 Grand Street , Plumbing, Heating, Roofing, Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Etc ' Get what yon want when jo want it. Vera have bo tine to wait; life is too short. Use the Democrat want rolama for inunrdiate results; S3 words S days for 23 cemta. " ' ' ' ' ' , ) - . vmimm 1 . ; - ' v If your eyes require the glasses we will be glad to furnish the kind. . . A scientific , examination proves they should have accur ; ately fitted, correctly . focused and sold to you at a cost that will please you and not by any means deplete your pocketbook. W. Richard Upson, EYESIGHT SPECIALIST Room One, No. 70 Bank St ..; Over the Vpson Jewelry Co. . The Shapiro Furniture Co., y Incorporated. . . I 266 South Main Street. Just Below Grand I Out of the High Price District. ' This is it OLYMPIC We have sold over 100 lots to satisfied purchasers. Why Not Yh? This BougEton Park Real Es- tate is charmingly situated, highly restricted and within reach of your purse. We have sacrified , sales to maintain the restricted character of Boughton Fark. Come in, let us tell you WHAT'S IN A NAME.": : : : : - Woodward lnd Co., ' Telephone 2122. V 21 EAST MAIN STREET. tXPOSTES MTTNCHEN ULEGER EEEi. , . Fina Variety of Delicatessen Lunch at All Hoora. - -, rsxecsst a zzl . k IS at IS Eaxnaea An. Get a "MODEL" RANGE and enjoy life. No better bakers in the country. Prices suit everybody's pocket We have just received an elegant line of Chamber Suits. Come in . and look at them. Arrow CUJKCO SHRUNK QUARTER SI7I COLLAR. 14c each-3 for 85c " Cluett, Pcabody h (X, Troy. N.Y. THE - JOB PRINTING 7i.7J CrDIV