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K7ATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY, NOVE.MUER 12, 1908.
FCa Fish and Meat Market 858.263 CHERRY BT. ; HIGH GRADnEA FOOD. Hlibut, salmon, bullheads, lake ilrhlt flab, (potted trout, pike, blue Hah, perch, frogs legs, soft crabs, crb meat, green turtle, scallops and lobsters. MO MOOre, Prop. 'Phone 841 CASH LOANS 5 and upwards on furnrture, pi UN, etc Business strictly private. 43 East Main St Room 37. 0?er 5 and 10-cent Store. Honey Loaned "it ecu and women on furniture, Piano etc. ecEduSedVngw8' Room 36 Call and Get Our Low Rate As Mr Knipp, the man with the copper nose, staggered In, balancing himself wUh a bag of BROWX'S QIICKKIRR CHARCOAL In each hand, Mrs Knipp exclaimed: "Oh, dear, that horrid red terrier next door bit poor Muggin's (her pet poodle) ear and then ran away with and ate that nice string of sausage I was to have for lunch." "It's the same old story (hie) it's dog eat dog the world over," replied Mr Knipp, as he staggered and fell on a chair, overcome by gin and heat. "We women are not considered intelligent enough to vote while such as this," .pointing in the direction of her hus band, "is permitted to make our laws." . TELEPHONE. J. H. MULVILLE, The Undertaker. WATERBUBT. COJiJf. ISMldtf THE DEMOCRAT PUIUSMNfi COWAN. TI-TOObard St., Watbot, ooaa C. Matacy, Edhtr tad Prterleter. MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS. Subscription Rates: 3NK YIAR. K 00 1 SIX MONTHS. M M 11 MOKTBI, 1.16 I OSS MOMTS CJOU, Delivered by Carrier to any part of City. By Mill to aj plao la UalMd SUM. Entertd at Uu Pint Offie at Watwbwt. at tetoni clan Matter. Can THURSDAY, XOV 12, 1908. People not directly interested in the outcome of the fight for the sena torial plum In Connecticut are of the opinion that Congressman Hill will have an uphill fight. Surprising how many of the leaders want to be con sidered as neutral just at present. That might be taken as an indication that the race is close now, and when they line up it will be behind the man that will land the place. Residence, 439 East Main Street. Store, St. Patrick's Block, 110 East Main Street. lot. C UU MariaWw Win. C. Morlarty muiinuj. UorWtj Telephone :0S0. Residence 603 Nona Main Street. MORIARTYS, UNDERTAKERS. OFFICE OVER POttS ENTRANCE Open Day and Night. Telephones 397, 354, 2080. Senator Piatt, who la once more in the limelight on account of the scramble that is going on for his place in the senate, would like to have something to say as to who shall succeed him. He thinks Con gressman Fassett would about fill the bill. If the senator has his say neither Roosevelt, Root, Woodruff, or any of the others mentioned will land the plum, and perhaps he may be able to turn a few votes yet. One thing is certain, he realizes that he cannot go back himself, or he would not be picking his successor. 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. THE BATTLE OF LOW PRICES IS JN Most Extraordinary Sale k on at the Greatly Reduced Prices of Grocer , les and Teas and Coffees with Extra Stamps. fifk STAMPS FREE with 1 lb of v" our Freshly Roasted Coffee at 25c, and 1 lb of our New Crop Tea, any kind. at 50c. Enjoy a cup of Perfect Tea or Coffee, give these goods a trial. They will do double he work of the same priced goods elsewhere. 35 STAMPS with 1 lb 38c Coffee. 30 STAMPS with 1 lb 3c Coffee. 25 STAMPS with 1 lb 30c Coffee. 20 STAMPS with 1 lb 25c Coffee. JO STAMPS with 1 lb 20c Coffee. 10 STAMPS with 1 can Old Dutch Cleanser, 10c. 10 STAMPS with 2 pkgs Grape Nuts, 25c. 10 STAMPS with 1 pkg Macaroni or Spaghetti, 10c. 10 STAMPS with 1 can Sultana To matoes, 10c. Look! Great Kcdurtion Snle of Laundry Goods. A- & P. Laundry Soap, 8 cakes. .2.'c Regular price 7 for 25c. There is ! " 1 ' 1 " i' iui wuauiug pur poses on the market. Laundry Starch, 6 lbs 25c Regular price 5 for 25c. Washing Soda, a lb jc Regular price 3 for 5c. inioriae or Lame, a can Regular price 8c. Potash or Lye, a tan . . Regular price 8c. Clothes Pins, 100 for. . Regular price 10c. Brooms A. P. X-Kay Stove - boxe? Keeular nrice 15c. Pearline or 1776 Washing Pow- I der, 2 pkRs r,c Regular price 6c. ' A. ft F. Washing Poster, 4 lb P,kS 14c Kesular price lCc. It is a perfect Washing Compound. Can be used in either hot or cold walcr. One tablespoonful to a pail or water. No better washing powder 1E2UC. In the most disastrous forest fires that have swept the United States and British Columbia since 1S71 it is estimated that upward of $75,, 000,000 worth of timber has been de stroyed, with a loss of life of more than 150, with thousands of men women and children made homeless and with many towns and villages burned out of existence. There is no question that much of this enormous loss is the penalty paid for a general continued indifference to the demand for forest protection and failure to take the ordinary precautions. It ought to move every state and the congress to immediate action, not only to provide protection against a future devastation of the forests but to repiant tne timoer lands at once and restore them for the years to come. This problem is receiving the attention of the American Civic asso ciation and of other organizations actively interested in the present and future of America. It Is a subject which ought to enlist the serious thought and the needed support of every good citizen. It is impossible to figure in dollars and cents the ac tual losses caused by the conflagra tions which swept the northern, northwestern and eastern states. British Columbia, Michigan, AViscon. sin, Minnesota, Pennsylvania and British Columbia suffered most, but great losses also occurred in New York, Maine, Washington, Oregon, Nevada, California and one or two other states. It is estimated that a million acres of timber land were laid waste by the Michigan fires, the loss in timber being estimated at $15, 000,000 to $40,000,000. Ia Wiscon sin the loss Is placed at $3,000,000. In Minnesota between four and five hundred thousand acres of valuable land were burned over, with a loss not less than $15,000,000. Pennsyl vania's fires destroyed timber upon a hundred thousand acres, including fifteen thousand acres of the state re serve. Maine's loss is placed at $500,000. To these figures must be added the tremendous losses in the destruction of growing timber and the burning of humus, as well as the property of towns and villages. This, then, is the cost of indifference as it is to be calculated in dollars and cents, but there is another toll the human lives sacrificed. There is only one means of canceling the losses in any measure, and that Is prompt ac tion to take care of the future. thia the rule, where the ; head of these great concerns Ja a technical expert In the line of work over whose administration he exercises supervi sion. For example, Carnegie, Prick and Judge Gary none of them la a technical steel man. The presldenta of moat of the large electrical com panies are not electrical engineers, number of the most successful rail road presidents are lawyers by train ing. The fact Is that executive abil ity is largely a natural gift; at all events, It la entirely separate from technical skill. The able executive does not have to decide minute points of technical detail, but handles the great questions of policy, and he knows how to extract from subordi nates enough ,ot the technique to make his decisions sound. The term "politician" has come to have so many unpleasant associations that one is apt to forget that even a poli tician cannot attain sufficient promi nence to secure a cabinet office unless he is a man of decided ability, and that ability, from Its very field of operation, Is executive the handling of men. It all comes to this: that the questions which come to the sec-' retary for decision are either of sim ple justice, in which case a man free from all naval prejudices is decided ly the best man; or, if of a technical nature, they are on broad lines which he decides just as the head of any other large organizations would do, by careful weighing of advantages and disadvantages. And here again the freedom from naval prejudice should, at least, not be a disadvant age. HEAED IN PASSING. 35c and Polish, . 6c , 6c 7c 30c 3 10c CALL, 2037. An argument which Is sometimes advanced for turning over the con trol of the navy department to the sea-going officers is, that as the sec retary is a civilian and without inti mate knowledge of naval details, he rannot intelligently decide the ques tions which come before him, so that he should be relieved of such a re sponsibility by having naval aides who will decide them for him and make his official life a sweet dream whose chief duty would be to pose on occasions of ceremony. This arm. ment, says a writer In the Engineer ing Magazine, is probably perfectly natural to a naval man who has been in command a long time. He can not see how a lawyer or a business man can possibly tell him anything about his own profession. While many na val line officers are men of broad cul ture, It does seem that, as their work 13 mainly executive, on a small scale, they pay no attention to the execn- , tive work on a vastly larger scale i which Is performed with such high j eEciency In the railroads and other I large organizations on shore. If they understood about this, they would know that It is the exception, rather As the mother of presidents, Ohio gives promise or beating Virginia. Ohio is furnishing mighty good presi dents,, too. Norwich Bulletin. All of the democratic governors elected throughout the country goes to show -that we are fast breaking away from party ideas and selecting men. Mlddletown Press. If a person must bet it is worth the while to wager with the possibil ity of winning well considered. It is reported that a motorman near Bos ton won four hats on the national election. As he is obliged to wear a uniform cap seven days in the week there is a suspicion that the hats will go out of style before he has a chance to get much use of them. Ansonia Sentinel. Since the result of last week's elec tion, Mrs Taft has lumDed into nub ile notice as the wife of the president to be. It is a relief to learn that the future lady of the white house is woman of quiet Sastes. The best that can-be wished for Mrs Taft is that she may live up to the excellent repu tation of her predecessors. Such women as Mrs Cleveland, Mrs Mc Kinley and Mrs Roosevelt are a cred it to the nation. New Haven Jour nal and Courier. One thing has been fairly demon. strated by the late election and that Is that no self assumed labor leader can undertake to deliver to any man or party, even a section of the labor votes of the country. Of course when "labor votes" are spoken of, union labor plays a minor part. But being organized, being in one body as it were. It Is possible for self-an pointed leaders to promise away the union labor vote; but as has been shown, delivery is not possible. Bridgeport Standard. Several leading newspapers of the state .since the election, have repeat edly said that the "machine" will be against a public service commission law and they predict that Governor Lllley will not be able to overcome the opposition of the "machine very likely a "machine" will oppose the legislation In question. The op posing "machine" will be a public service corporation "machine," not a political organization. Can it over come the power of the people, and defeat the will of the people? We do not believe so. New Haven Leader. It Is said that one reason why Taft stood the rigors of the campaign so well was because he did not frown once. There were plenty of things to mane nim out or sorts and to tax mind and body to the utmost. But Taft is a genius In some respects, one or which is capacity for good nature Throughout his Btrenuous campaign he was master of himself. He did not worry about trifles, reserving his strengtn tor matters or Importance. This characteristic will be, one of his most valuable assets after he be comes president or the United States. Merlden Kecord. England's Prettiest Village. After a very careful survey we ven ture to write down the names of the six English villages that we considd' the prettiest in the land so far as our own opinion and wide experience are concerned. The choice Is made Impar tially and with full knowledge and due recognition of the claims of each to its high place. Here are the six: Bon church. Isle of Wight; Clovelly, Devon shire; Wltcbampton, Dorset; Sonning, Oxfordshire; Shere, Surrey, and Clap bam, Yorkshire. London Straad Msga- nwe. Accomplished. "She s got a futore." "Can she act V "No, but she can work her eyes bet ter than any lady In the business, and as for wearing swell clothes gee, she couldn't do better If she was twins!" -Life. A Life Net. "Life is what we make If said the philosopher. "Alas," exclaimed the practical ene, "that we can't make It a milllonr We ask Providence to make ua thankful for what we receive and then go to figuring on Just hew reach Provi dence Is going to send as. Atlanta Constitution. DEPENDABLE GOODS NO OTHERS SOLD. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD. 144-148 S. MAIN. LANGLEY are not made for the ex clusive use of gentlemen they are very comfort able for ladies if you get the right ; kind. I can show you a varied assort ment of patterns with a variety of cushions. Ser viceableeasyattractive adding to the coziness of your home. Home Furnisher. HOUSEHOLD RANGES SACRIFICE 144-148 So. Main LANGLEY (GLOVESo For Whatever Purpose You Wish Them. DRIVING. Prices range from 25c to $2.50 a pair We recommend our Gloves to be the best quality .iuc pi lie aajftcu win jjuiwaac. COLIN 6. WILSON, IIS South Main Street DISPOSAL NOW GOING ON. ; Strenuous Times Did It. Forced Conditions The Cause Of It. EVERYTHING IN -At A- SECURES flUSBAflD BY DOCTOR'S SKILL She Almost Lost Him But the Doctor Came to Cupid's Rescue. .Boston, Nov. 4 One of our wealthy women has just announced her wedding after a most remarkable courtship in which Cupid, two hearts, a doctor and a hlemi.shed face played important roles. For years the couple were engaged, but although she was wealthy, highly educated and of a pleasing personality all that Cupid requires of a woman she was blemished in facial appearance and he was reluctant to marry her. Atjlast in desperation shs appealed to Dr. A. L. Nelden, the famous Beauty Specialist of IS East 28th Street, New York, to have a scar, a mole and some superfluous hairs removed. When the doctor heard that he must aid Cupid by removing the only ob stacle, he entered upon the work eagerly, for it demonstrated hnw ft;i. mnn. intelligence and social position are when me iace u even sugntiy blemished. The work was not onlv sueeeseful inri painless, the bride announces, leaving iiu -i mm guaranteed jo ue perman ent, but she is also pleased to have nd that the doctor is willing to send samples of these discoveries to sll who write him. Cupid has won anathar victory which would have been imnon. sible except for Dr. Nelden's skill. SCOH'Sfc. 26 Eatt Main Street WITH CONWAY ART CO. DYE or CLEANSE GLOVES SUITS LACES o CURTAINS FEATHERS DRAPERIES GOWNS CARPETS, ETC. Free Delivery Telephone. Tours, truly, SCOTT'S. 91 South Main Street. HIS "LID" TBS New Hotel Albert Ileventh St and TTni?eriitT PL HEW YORK CITY r ft! fir- 0. Kock rtt of anwdwar LoccUoa Tk. Mhr feoltmly odem ruitent hotel bM SteS Bi trl. Tiqu(v W roots, 0t witbb). Xxaelieai MSMrsasiat mS ukl Mra srtoM. Send So stun for illustrated rnids tad m of Hew Ytrt city. Get Busy. Have Your Furnaces, Ranges, and Stoves put in shape for Winter. WHERE? at The Barlow Bros. Co., 61, 63, 65 Grand Street Plumbing, Heating, Roofing, Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Etc. saved his head. It was one of the right kind, one of the $1.90 kind. made at 46 Center street The best hat for the money made; as good as any $3 hat. Try one and see. We guarantee satisfaction. Hats made to order. Cleaning and repairing. Dan bury Hat Co. 46 Center St. flary Had A Little Lamb But it's fleece didn't compare with the whiteness of your lines as w deliver it. , , - . - : Were Mary living, she would have had us wash her Iamb. But Mary Is dead; so Is her lamb. " . It you are alive you want the best work. Here's pointer ' Let Hi Do Tour Washing. The HomeS 877 Bank Street. Tel 153-2 WALL PAPER SALE! 50.000 Bolli at 4o a Roll. Celling and Border to match. Hang ing paper 12c a roll. We furnish la bor and paper for 12 room. 10 per cent off for cash. Com. DeconllBj Co., 80 Oet the riznt store, IDEAL AUTUMN OUTING A Few Days of Rest Can Be Spent in A SHORT SEA TRIP ; -to , 01D POINT " A Pra.ant. . "That's a very line purse yon bare, Henry." Tea. My wife ear it to dm en mr Wrthdsy." "ladeed: Anything la r Tea: the fetll for the mm." DTP0BTED : MCRCH2N LAEQEB BEER. Fine Variety of Delicatessen Lunch at All Hours. DSZSCSE1 k XHL . 16 and IS Eanian Are, . GEO. A. UPH AM, Builder, also Ssw Mill sad Mosldinc Mill, V AMFfiRT v vr Aim i vil 1 Via WAIEB3U&Y FIRS at. t Cor South Mam ana Grand at 6 Scovlll Manufacturing Co. (pi 6 Cor uridge and Mag 111 ata. 7 Exchange Place. 8 Euclid and Roseland avenues. It Rogers Bra (Pi ¬ ll Cor East Main and Niagara at 14 Cor East Main and Wolcott sta. 16 Cor High and Walnut streets, 16 Cor Eaat Mala and Cherry sta. 17-:-Cor East Main and Cole sta. 11 Cor North Elm. Kingsbury sta, II Burton street engine house 14 Waterbury Mfar Co. (P 15 Cor North Main and North sta. 16 Cor Buckingham and Cooke eta, 17 Cor Grove and Prospect sta. 18 Cor Hillside avenue and Pine ata 1 Cor Ludlow and N. Willow at. 81 Cor Bank and Grand sta. 83 Cor Riversd and Bank sta, 84 Cor W. Main and Watertown rd. 16 Conn. R. ft L. Co car house (PS 86 Waterbury Brass Co. (P) 87 Cor Cedar and Meadow sta. 88 Cor Grand and F.eid ata. 43 Cor South Main and Clay sta. 48 New England Watch Co. (p 46 Benedict Burnham Mfg Co (PI 46 Waterbury Buckle Co. (P il9?T ' EaItt "1 Washington sta, il Cor Baldwin and Rtver sta. 83 Cor Franklin and Onion sta. 18 W'bury Clock Co, ease rty? (ps 14 Rose Hill house. 1,1 86 Cor Liberty and River ata 87 Cor Baldwin and Btone sta, 68 Cor Luke street and Rvi ... 62 Cor Doolittle alley and Dublin a't 73 Cor West Main and Willow ata. !!?' ? WUloir Bt Hillside nr. 14 Oor Johnson and WaterriJj ta, 143 Wolcott st above Howard. 188 Cor Walnut and Wood sta 162 Cor East Main and Walton ata. 178 Poll's thsater. . 813 The Piatt Bros, ft Co. (pi : 113 8hoe Hardware Co. (P) '.. W'blJ!7 Clock mvt- taory. (pi 816 Cor Cherry and North EUn mtl 234 Cor Fleet and Hill. m 361 Cor Round Hill and Ward at 353 Farm street, cor fit Paul 354 Cor Etna and North Main sta. 61 June Cooke and N Main 868 Cor Abbott and Pnoenf, I ilfZV?." ' HasYv? 1 1ll 8. N. K. 'lei Co ouildlac f P 313-Cor Bank Ueidow.il' 818 Randolph ft Clowes. (Pi j 814 PJume ft Atwood (pi -1116 American Hln n A.. J 818 Electrlo Light T Station I m ' ! 318-Holmes. Booth ft TSES ' IT ... ' ail Cor Dank and Ui.i."T- r i9 v.. n.. .... V, Cor. West Msia and Mattatuck Streets. RECOMMENDED BY PHYSICIANS for Kidney, Liver and Stomach Trouble. BUTTERMILK By the quart, glass or gallon at ' 7. E, WATTS' CAFE. South Main St WLD DOMINION LINE' iiicS waStSJ 5 1 114 oor Charlea and Porter ats V 382 Cor Bank and Fifth -'Ur niKaiana av and W W.i i 826 Cor Lafayette. Waahlnaion li , 827-Rlverside Park, near brewery j 871 City Lumber and Coal Co. tp ' 413 Tracy Bros. (P) ' ill" 9? d Mill ats. ; i 1 "JCo' Lrty and 8. Main sta. i A PAINTING an4 PAPERHANGING is ear eld trade we satisfy everroae la work sad srtee. We feniisR steer, border sad tabor complete for 81 50 per room and up. Make bo arista bat came to aty place ; Ui r ia seat bsshitss aext oer. We are not laaen, an aaseraaaters. DAVID OOLDBBRQ. Including accommodations at HOTEL CHAMBERLIN' C0VEKCVG ENTIRE EXPENSE. . DAYS' OUTING, including Aw transportation and hotel f accommodation. VII: 5 DATS' OUTING, Including AAA transportation and hotel accommodation. vCU; Leave New York every day etcept Sunday at 8 p. m., arriving Old Point Comfort following morning. Return, leave Norfolk daily except Sunday at 7 p. an., arming in New York about 3:80 p. m. Tickets and stateroom reserva tion, Pier 26 North River, New York. W. L Wawirow, J. J. Brown, TraffleMgr. Cea'l Pass. Agl. (83 Cor Baldwin vdi ov. .7. 148 Cor Rldgewooa and W'ville sta. THE OAKVILLE CO XT ANY Maaafaetarf rs ef Wire and Metsl Coeds P. O , Freight sad Express Address. Oak vita, Cms. Te egrsab Address. Water. bory. Cm.. New York Office. 48 ntwn eWWI. I OR GOOD 5HAV1N j . AAO 8AIRCCTTINO GATTEI ft HODSON'S NtwSno; is west aiAix srr&a;ft;r, waaMmoTow. a. e.