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WATEnmjRY EVENING DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 16, 1903.
DASD C? Kltm E:;srt cl CUy Trexjxrcr Tell! Cttito Ewd. , 'At the meetln of the board of finance yesterday afternoon the re or t. of City Treasurer Edward L. Tuttle wan read, accepted and or dered on file. It was as followi Balance on hand Sept l.f 197,706.71 Received. .From 0. M. Beach, li censee ., . , From W., E. Kennedy, water repair From W. D. Bradstreet, ' evening schools . .... From N. Palomba, rent - of land ............ ' From liquor licenses , . . From J. R. Law lor, sale of houses . . . From J. J. Fitzgerald, ' rent Broadway Inn .. From J. J. Fitzgerald, tuition ..... ...... From J. J. Fitzgerald, text books . . . , .,. From J. P. Kellogg, sew er assessments From J. P. Kellogg, pav ing, assessments From J. P. Kellogg, post poned taxes From J. P. Kellogg, In terest t From J. P. Kellogg, Hen J' fees .... . . From J. H. Crary, hos- i pltals ..... From J. H. Crary, out s side poor -..... ...... , From J. H. Crary, Brook , side home ....... . From F. T. Reeves, tax : list 1905 V. ... From F. T. Reeves, tax list, "inside. . . From F. T. Reeves, tax list, outside From F. T. Reeves, list 1906, military From F. T. Reeves, list J906, percentages . . '. From F. T. Reeves, list 1905, Hen fees .From F. T. Reeves, list 1906 .. . From F. T. Reeves, list 1906, inside ..... . . i Frora F. T. Reeves, list 1906. outside From F. T. Reeves, list 1907, pole ......... : From F. T. Reeves, list 1907, military ...... , From F. T. Reeves, list V" 1906, percentage ... From F. T. Reeves, list : 1906, Hen fees From F. T. Reeves, list 1907 ...... From F. T. Reeves, list 1907, inside From F. T. Reeves, tax list 1907, outside ... From F. T. Reeves, tax . list 1908.-poll , From F. T. Reeves, list. 1908. military....'.. From F. TV Reeves, list 1907.; percentages . . .. From F. T. Reeves, water rents, Nov, 1907 From F. TV Reeves, per centages on same From F. T. Reeves, Hen on same From F. T. Reeves, water rents, May, 1908 From F. T. Reeves, per centages water rents, May, 1908 ...... .. From F. T. Reeves, Hen fees, water rents, May, 1908 . ... From F. T. Reeves, sew er assessments ..... From F. T. Reeves, street assessments ..... From F. T. Reeves, Hen fees on assessments.. From F. T. Reeves, street permits . . . . .... From F. T.' Reeves, ped dlers' licenses ...... From Fv T, Reeves, amusement licenses . . From F. TV Reeves, spe cial water rents From Manufacturers' Na tional bank, Interest city, account . ... . . . . Interest collection ac count ..... . . . . . . . .60.00 61.73 1.074.1S : 30.00 188.10 605.00 65.00 480.00 2.00 594.03 291.65 181.20 77.35 . 3.00 15.00 ' 63.71 43.00 155.47 456.74 77.33 ' 2.00 125.27 . , 11.20 421.45 896.33 280.75 1.00 . 6.00 202.66 17.15 1,520.79 2,29309 222.45 19.00 38.00 .111.99 54.27 2.71 1.00 134.97 6.75 1.50 165.00 8.75 .50 722.50 63.00 61.00 89.31 958.9S 10.93 Total .... . ..... . .1510.661.25 Several bills, including one of $7,- uuu ior joun u rueiii, were approved RECEIVE PAPAL HONORS. Dr McMahon Made a Monslgnor, Thomas M. Mulry a Knight. New York, Oct. 16 Before start ing on his trip to Emmltsburg, Md, and St Louis, Wednesday, Arch bishop Farley, the papal representa tive, called to the archeplscopal resi dence the Rev Dr Dennis J. Mc Mahon, rector of the Church of the Epiphany, Second avenue and Twenty-first street, and Thomas M. Mulry, president of the Emigrant Industrial Savings bank, and announced to them that Pope Pius X desired to confer ecclesiastical honors upon them. ; Dr McMahon was made a monslg nor,' which entitles him to wear the purple and makes him a Roman prelate of the papal household. Mr Mulry received' the decoration of a Knight' of St Gregory, an honor which may be conferred upon a lay man only, and which makes him a soldier of the papal household. , CONCERT PROGRAMME. , ' The following concert in addition to 15 dance numbers Is the pro gramme for the. concert and sociable at Buckingham Music hall to-morrow evening by Fulton's American band: ' Overture "Raymond" . . . . Thomas 4 Serenade "Sleeping Beauty" Tobanl r Cornet solo Selected . . . . . . - Louis Bovlno. , (a) Romance "In Thoughts". ...... Frolelgh (bf "Piwicatto Polka" . . Strauss Polish Dance No 1 .... Scharwenka Selection "Talk of New York" f Cohan Petite Suite "The Forest Ranger's Courtship" .. Ellenberg (a) Forest life.- . i I (b) Foresters serenade. c) Foresters' wedding march and dance coon the greensward. TEE CITY COURT. 8erteilo Not Held oa Anna Kelson's ' Charts. To-Day. Lovs, In the fair form of Anna Nel son, landed Armenlo Bertgllo alias Joe Montagus la the city court this morning on a cbarga of breach of ths peace.. Miss Nelson decked In the latest form of fashion, with a trailing feather from a hat that without ex travagance of statement could easily be called enormous, extremely high heeled coffee colored shoes with cloth uppers, and all the rast of the fan dangles described by style and fash ion, testified that on Monday Bertgllo beat ber and left ber arms black and blue with marks and bruises. It was apparent from the story told by her that she has been living on Kings bur street, near the accused. Bert gllo in bis best English, said the young woman has been following him all over the country from Cincinnati, Pittsburg, New York and queering him in every job be gets hold of. How she found him out in Waterbury he could not say but the last he saw of her before his encounter with her on the date in question was in West Hoboken, N. J. He said he had a good thing there with a club when Miss Nelson only he did not call her Miss Nelson, got wind of 'him and "queered" him. How the "queered" him he did not state only that he had to quit. ' He admitted knowing ber very well, and that he cannot lose her "She Is the sport," he said, "She Is the eh what you calL 'em. Well, don't know but she bother me now for two year. She chase me from Cincinnati, from New York, from Phlladelph, from Chicago from every' where. I no get away from her. work with the show, with the circus but I can't get away from her. I give her five dolls the week to keep away but she no do It. I giva the mon to her people but she no Seep away and leeve me 'lone. Finally he denied striking her or in any way being responsible for the excitement that prevailed on Kingsbury and North Main streets yesterday after noon. When another witness, an Italian was on the stand, the. complainant exhibited the wildest emotion. Bert gilo was let go. '. Edward Sullivan, who failed to present himself in a case he had against another man yesterday was fined $5 and costs for contempt of court. His explanation was that he requested the prosecutor to withdraw the case and he understood it was withdrawn, and that he saw it in the papers some time ago that when a complainant fails to appear in court the case is nolled. Harry Snagg pleaded guilty to theft of a watch worth. $10 from his friend John Crowley. Intoxication was his excuse. He was fined $5 and costs. : Belle Ward was fined ?5 and costs for intoxication. , FCUTICAl Forens tVL'l Cessresfsii UUej It Hi la tt$ Issslii P. It was common talk about town to. day that Mr Lillsy is now entiled to membership In the Ananias club af ter his brush with President Roose velt over that letter which Mr Lllley said he received from ths big stick In the white house. W. E. White, state organizer of the socialist party, will give a lecture Saturday evening, October 17, at 8 p. m., corner of Bank and Grand streets. 8ubject, . "The Significance of the Present Industrial Panic." CITY NEWS. Something extra in $2 trousers at Upson,- Singleton & Co s. Invitations are out for the wed ding of Miss Eva M. Bouilard of 1052 North Main street and Henry L.' Walker. The ceremony will be performed at St Anne's church, Wed' nesday morning. A special reduction in gold filled glasses for the next 10 days. The Best Optical Co. 18 Abbott avenue, will examine you' eyes free of charge and nt you to a pair of their regu lar $3.50 gold filled glasses, com plete for $1. It will pay you to in- vestlgate this offer.' Jessie M. Deming of Prospect has brought suit for divorce against her husband, Vernah S. Deming, on the grounds of desertion. She also asks that her maiden name, Palmer, be restored to her. The couple were married on December 24, 1902. and three years after, on October 6, 1905, Deming , disappeared.', wnen last heard from he was employed in Tor rington. ' The first rehearsal of the chorus for "The Mocking Bird" which is to be given by the Daughters of Isabel la at Poll s theater in January was held In K. of C. hall last evening. It was originally intended to produce "The Toreador" but the society fin ally decided for "The Mocking Bird" Frank Nelson of New Haven - who will direct the opera was present last night and much pleased with the' splendid chorus that was on hand. The soloiBts were tried out last night and parts will in all prob ability be assigned within a tew days. William J. Shannahan will be stage director, "v At the annual meeting of the State Business Men's association in New Haven yesterday directors were chos en as follows: L. E. Lock wood, An- sonla; G. A. R. Hammer, Branford; F. W. Boland, Bridgeport; B. A. Peck, Bristol; E. Wessel, Danbury; W. J. Mulligan, Enfield; J. W. Curtell, Glastonbury; C. A. Pease, Hartford; O. S. Troop, Manchester; F. B. Smith, Merlden; T. Thompson, Milford; H. H. Scofleld, Naugatuck; F. J. Porter, New Britain; S. T. Butler, New Ha ven: J. A. Allen, New London; S. Keeler. Rldgefleld; F. Woodhull, Rockville; W. F. Gould, Southing ton; E. F. Knapp. Torrlngton; W. S. Jones, Waterbury; E. Hart Fenn, Wethersfleld; John E. Brick. Willl mantlc; E. W. Mather, Windsor Locks; E. B. Brunson, Wlnsted; M. E. ' Kelr, Seymour; E. M. Wheaton, Plainvllle; A. B. Judd. West Hart ford, and George W. Seward, Guil ford. . The following item was taken from the Norwich column of the New London Day: "Dr and Mrs Pat rick Cassldy celebrated Tuesday evening at their home on Washing ton street the fortieth anniversary of their marriage. Four children. Dr P. J. Cassldy, Mrs J. hdward Driseoll Mrs Mary Cahlll and Attorney John H. Cassldy of Waterbury were pres ent, also four grandchildren. Mrs P. J. Cassldy and James Duggan of Hartford, and intimate mends, ur and Mrs Cassldy have spent their entire married life in Norwich. , Dr Cassldy Is one of the veteran prac titionars of the city and one of the most beloved of the physicians. He has given freely of his time and ser vices without questioning whether his patients were able to pay or not. Most of the older families of Nor wich have had tie ministrations at one time or another. Dr Cassldy not only has the good will and pleas snt wishes of his friends, but of ths nth community." la the local option vote on the li quor question taken over a week ago it was at first given out that ths town of Cheshire had voted no li cense, and this was published In many of the papers of the state. Consider able confusion arose as a result as the town really did vote for the li quor license. Judge F. M. Peasley's chickens have been causing him some anxiety lately. Every morning he found one or more dead In the coops. This morning when he visited the coops he found a stranger there, a bird, somewhat smaller than a rolibln, but with an extremely long bill. He caught the bird and put it in a box and brought It to. town. At a bird store he was told that It was a speci men of the Amerlcanus. democrats cub brlgantus, democrat brigand for short. It is a fine, proud looking bird and the judge proposes to keep It In a cage and make a republican- Itus brlgantus of it. It scared the life out of six of his chickens last night. Long aS Senator John Hurley has been In public life in Waterbury there is .one rather prominent citizen who never knew him until yesterday. The senator was alighting from a West Main street car at the center when a Democrat reporter remarked to the republican referred to, Wilfred E. Griggs, the well known architect, by the way, that the senator was looking' great. "So that is Senator Hurley, Is It?" asked Mr Griggs. "Well, long as 'I have been reading and much as I have heard about him this is the first time I ever saw him. I always thought he was a man of about 60. Why, he' looks scarcely 30. Good looking fellow, too, isn't he?" and in this way the well known archi. tect expressed his gratification on seeing the bed rock and foundation of democracy in the sixteenth senatorial district. s i ORDER EASTERN STAR. Officers Elected at" Close of Conven tion Yesterday Afternoon. . At the closing meeting of the fif teenth annual . convention of the Order of the Eastern Star in Forest ers' hall yesterday afternoon the fol lowing officers were elected: s . Royal grand patron, G. H. S. Bell of New Bedford, Mass. ' Royat grand matron, Mrs Laura Martin of Worcester, Mass. Royal grand associate patron, Charles Carmon of Ansonla. Royal.grand associate matron, Mrs Emma L. Caesar of Windsor. Royal grand conductress, Mrs Carrie Hoxle of Boston. . Royal grand associate conductress, Mrs Amelia Simmon of New Haven. Royal grand secretary, Walden Banks of Boston. f Royal grand treasurer, Mrs Mary Scott of Waterbury. Royal grand lecturer, Mrs Susan Latham of Providence., , Royal grand chaplain, Mrs Mary L. Young of Providence. Royal grand herald, Mrs Joanna Baskerville of Bridgeport. Royal' grand warden, Mrs Annie Johnson of Yonkers, N. Y. Royal grand marshal, Mrs Eva Gray of Ansonla. Royal grand wisdom, Mrs May Bell of New Bedford, Mass. ' Royal grand faith, Mrs Alice Dur ham of Waterbury. Royal grand truth, Mrs Lina Mitchell of Bridgeport. Royal grand charity, Mrs Sadie A Dean of Newton, Mass. Royal grand sentinel, Mrs Rosa Jones of New Haven. Representative to the supreme lodge, Mrs L. L. Foy of Boston. The new officers were Installed by Past Royal Grand Patron John A Hall of New Haven, assisted by Mrs L. L. Foy of Boston as marshal and Mrs Alice Croford of Boston as as sistant marshal. The next meeting of the organization will be held with Eureka chapter of New Haven on the second Tuesday and Wednesday of October, 1909. ANOTHER WOOLEN MILLS SCOOP. For $15 we will make to order a $25 Suit or Overcoat-Extra $5 Trousers FREE FREE extra $5 trousers With every Suit or Overcoat. Two pair of Trousers make a suit last twice as long. FREE pressing and mending for two years. FREE woolen pieces To mothers to make their little boys some trousers. OVERCOATINGS AT HALF PRICE Rich Beaver and Meltons made to measure half price. Extra Trousers FREE. SPECIAL FREE OSTRICH PLUMES TO LADIES. To ladies who bring or send a customer for our bargains. The ostrich farms of California have sent 5,000 long, rich plumes in black, also white, to be given away. Come and see them, bring a gentleman customer for Suit or Overcoat, and get a plume free. Employment Bureaus. The result of the operations of the five public employment bureaus for the month of September was publish ed yesterday and was as follows: Hartford Applications . Ior em ployment, males 218, females 287: applications for help, males 116, fe males 203; situations secured, males 107, females 172. New Haven Applications for em ployment, males 114, females 151: applications for help, males 73, fe males 131; situations secured, males 66. females 115. Bridgeport Applications for em ployment, males, 88, females 224; applications for help, males 57. fe males 241; situations secured, males 48, females 192. Waterbury Applications for em ployment, males 75, females 146; applications for help, males 67, fe males 121; situations secured, males 55, females 119. Norwich Applications for employ ment, males 21. females 26; appli cations for help, males 11, females 27; situations secured, males 10; females 22. Out of the total number applying 86.5 per cent were furnished with help against 89.8 per cent in August. Of the number of applications for employment 67.1 per cent secured work against 65.2 per cent In Aug ust. Something you want? If so let the public know it through the want col- ana of the Democrat and the chances re tm to one you'll art it. Want I ads 15 words S daa for 3 cent. - I " You naturally ask, how can we make first class suits and overcoats to order at any such prices ? . It's easy. - - When your tailor buys one bolt of goods on credit we buy five car loads of woolens for cash. Times are extremely hard for woolen Mills. A large amount of ready cash does wonders in buying woolens just now. 1 We have just bought the bargain of our life and are passing it on to you at ground floor prices. NOTICE We can make and deliver a suit or overcoat in two days if BSOLUTELY NECESSARY. ' ; ' . ' ' J - 111 v 2 -yys. 1 i ; WITH In w talishlUntlills(k 125 BANK STREET. 19 Stores in 19 Cities. Opposite Reid & Hushes Will be increased to 50 Stores 1 i 4i A"tili V- if . ' , V u " 1 a. t DAWES FOE GffXBAOTEB Comptroller ot Currency Under Mo , . Kinley Favored Insurance of , Bank Deposits. Charles O. Dawes was comptroller of the currency under Mr. McKlnley. Since 1902 1 has been president of the Central Trust company at Chi cago. Writing in The Public Louis F. Post calls attention to the fact that several years ago Mr. Dawes -wrote a book entitled "The Banking System of the United States." The following Is taken from Mr. Test's article: In describing In that book the "pres ent need of our national banking sys tem." Mr. Dawes distinctly argues for the Insurance Idea that Bryan advo cated In congress and upon which his campaign is now advancing in tne west." Referring to a proposed law, advocated by Bryan in congress. which would have levied a tax upon national banks for the purpose of cre- et.cg a fund for the insurance of de posits, Mr. Dawes wrote: "National banking statistics snow that a fund oC the necessary amount wonld soon be created by a compara tively small tax upon each national bank. It must certainly be ad mitted that tin! establishment of such a fund would taTe a tendency to pre vent the mad rushes of small and large depositors during times of panic, for money which they hoard away in safety deposit boxes or other hiding places. ' If tne effect of such a lsw would be to render bank deposits more stable under all conditions, as in our judgment would be the case, no law could be of more vsue and Im portance to the debtor, or to the cred itor, or to tne community at large. Besides the great importance bf the law, as related to the general prosperity of the country, K is meri- torioua as preventing the keen suffer ing in those localities where bank fall urea occur, and where the bard earned savings of the community, under our present laws, are often swept away. By sucn a law, losses are distributed as by insurance, the beneficial effect! of which need no argnment -To the passage ot such a law la proper form, we trust the efforts of conxreas will be directed." Does your back achat Do you get up lame In the morning? Do you feel dull and tlrod T Does it hurt you to bend over, to lift anything, to get up from a chair? Do you have sud den "catches" or stitches of pain In the back? Does a dull, throbbing ache settle In the small of your b,ck and bother you day and night? Do you sometimes feel that you simply cannot straignten up? If you do have backache, be care ful not to make the very common mistake of treating it as a muscular trouble. Do not rub the sore place with liniment, nor put on plasters, for the seat of the trouble la Inside In the kidneys, which He Just be- seath the small of the back, on either tide of the spine. A cold, a chill, a fever, overwork, tver-eatlng or over-drinking may rtart a slight congestion or inflam mation In the kidneys that will at ttee interrupt the kidneys' work of lltyriog the blood. It is this condi tion tiiof, sts np the aching, and cakes jrJur back so bad. Tou cannot make any mistake by treating the kidneys at once, for it theee email troubles that lead to Iropsy, diabetes and Brigbt'a die- I there is any doubt In your IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS. PiSur W V .V Tells 1 V y scl o V mind that the kidneys are aSeetai, notice the urine for a few day, a passages are Irregular, painful, ot too scanty, discolored, or full ot Md) ment, the kidneys need help right away, and there ia no other medicine more helpful than : Doan's , Kidney Pills, a simple remedy tor the kid neys, yet so powerful that It quickly cures the cause and so ends all ths painful and annoying symptoms. Home testimony proves the unfatUnf merit of Doan's Kidney Pills. WATERBURY TE8TIMOYT. Mrs James Dewa ot 11 Hospital avenue. Waterbury, Conn, ears: "MJ husband made a statement for publV cation in August, 1901, in which M said that ha had suffered oonaidere hly from pain In the loins and kid neys, especially during changeable weather or after taking cold, aad that although he would often be a lame and sore that he could not da Justice to his work, Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at the H. W. Lake Drng Co, relieved him entirety of the trouble. It gives me pleasure ta confirm his testimony and to say that the euro has been permanent. He has never complained of his bacS since Doan's Kidney Pills . euro him." - 1 DOAN'S 'KIDNEY PILLS Sold by aO dealers. Prise So cents. ! Torn Milsumi Co, Buffalo, K.Y., Proprietors. Try a Democrat Wml kL THREE TIMES FOR A QUARTER Immediate Reoultc,