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iWATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, -TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1908.
Fulton Fish and Meat Market 258-262 CHERRY ST. HIGH GRADE SEA FOOD ' Halibut, salmon, bullheads, lake white Ash, spotted trout, pike, blue fish, perch, frogs legs, sott crabs, crab meat, green turtle, scallops and lobsters. Jctin Moore, Prop, one 84i CASH, LOANS 16 and upwards on furniture, pi uh, etc. Business strictly private. 43 East Main St Room 37. Over 5 and 10-cent Store. Monev Loaned 1 Ken snd omen on furniture, Pianos, etc. CdBdur,edVn7s Room 36 CiU nd Get Our Low Rales. As Mr Knipp, the man with the copper nose, staggered In, balancing himself with a hast of BROWN'S QU1CKFIRE CHARCOAL In each hand Mrs Knipp exciaimea: "Oh, dear, that horrid red terrier next door bit ioor Mueein's (her pet poodle) ear and then ran away with and ate that nice string ot sausage i was to have for lunch." "It's the name 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 la the direction of her hus band, "is permitted to make our laws." TELEPHONE. J. H. MULVILLE, The Undertaker. Residence, 439 East Main Street. Store, St. Patrick's Block, " 110 East Main Street. John Kloriaity. 25 Telephone :080. Residence 603 North Main Street MORIARTYS, UNDERTAKERS. OFFICE OVER POLTS ENTRANCE Open Day and Night Telephones 297, 354, 2080. Ar thur 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. 40 Stamps Free With 50c worth of Teas, Coffees, Extracts, or Baking Powder. Best Teas, Imported, 35c, 40c, 50c, 60c lb. Best Coffees, Imported, 18c, 20c, 25c, 30, 32 and 35c lb. FOR THANKSGIVING, All Kinds of Good Things. Raisins, Nuts, Figs, Dates, Oranges, EVAPORATED FRUITS, Canned Fruits, Etc. Look Out for Our CUT PRICE GROCERY SALE Price at these sales will be HIT HARD, so keep your EYE on this space. It will be big pay for doing so. Golden Tipped India-Ceylon Tea, U. S., Ceylon, India, China. Japan, lb pkg 25c EXTRA STAMPS. 20 stamps with 3 pkgs A. & P. Mince Meat 25c 10 stamps with 1 can Sultana Spice 1 Or 10 stamps with 1 pkg all prepared Plum Pudding loc ?0 stamps with 5 lb crock John son's Mince Meat 50c 10 stamps with 1 lb French Ore gon Prunes 10c 10 stamps with 1 can Bell's Poul try Seasoning loc 10 stamps with 1 jar A. & P. Jam l.V 10 stamps with 1 lb tan A. & P. Plum Pudding 20c 10 stamps with 1 can Sultana Corn 10c 10 stamps with 2 cans lona Toma toes, each 8c m P9 BAT MATNat CALL, 2037. Fresh Eggs at Cost ! -I BErj a Democrat .wait . StminaJDemoccot WATERIiUBT. CONN. Issued by THE 0EMOCIAT PUBLISHING COM 'AN I. 71-73 OaKD sr.. Watibhust, Ooa C. Maloiey, Editor aid Proprietor. MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS. Subscription Rates: ONE YEAR, SAflO I SIX MONTHS, MM Tuhki Months, 1.36 Qua Month wom, Dtllrered bj Carrier to ar prt of City. By Vail to ujr plaoo In Unit! States. Kitterod at M Puit Ofla at Wattrbitry. Con ajt tnxmd elau Matttr. TUESDAY, XOV. 17, 1908. The kaiser has suppressed an in terview which he gave an American magazine writer. He probably pre ferred this method to the less original one of organizing an Ananias club. Now that the campaign, the speechmaking, the voting, the con gratulations, and the shouting are all over it must give Mr Taft a bad taste to think of those promises about tariff revision. Five years ago the sales of auto mobiles amounted to $8,000,000 an nually. For the past year they reach ed the sum of $100,000,000, all of which shows how increasingly eager people are to buy trouble. Some harsh criticism is being made of the celerity with which the tariff hearings of the ways and means committee are being carried on. The day after the election. Chairman Payne announced that the public hearings would begin Novem ber 10, six days later. In defence of the action, Mr Payne merely states that on the one hand it was neces sary to wait until the result of the election was known, while on the other hand it was highly desirable that the bulk of the hearings should be disposed of before the assembling of congress for the short session. The criticisms are evidently made wholly from a viewpoint which sees nothing but the old-fashioned meth ods of revising the tariff. It has been the rule to go about tariff revision with a brass band, whether the du ties were to be increased or decreas ed. Tariff revision was the stock in trade of whatever political party was in power. There Is at least ground for hope that such a quiet and businesslike revision is contem plated. Investigation has been go ing on all summer, and it Is perhaps as safe to take it that the criticisms of the Washington correspdndents indicate that the work is being done quietly and secretly as It is to as sume that they really prove that the work is not being done at all. Dis- cussibn of the question of revisi the Dingley tariff in the light of de velopments since it was passed more than 11 years ago Is not new. It would be strange Indeed If this dis cussion should not crystallize into some definite line of action without a totally fresh stir being created. The election endorsed the platform and policies of the party which received the great majority of votes. Noth ing is more desired now than a bus iness administration, with the leas: possible excitement. Postmaster General Meyer has just completed his yearly report from the postofflce department from which it appears that this department is near ly seventeen millions in arrears. A more humiliating and disgraceful condition cannot be shown in Rus sia. China or any other country on the face of the earth, says a Wash ington writer. The postmaster gen eral is in no way responsible for this condition. He has again and again besought congress as a body and con gressmen as individuals to enact a measure which will not only make the postal establishment a self sup porting Institution but will make it a source of revenue to the govern ment. There are over thirty thou sand rural route employes tramping the country with small packages of letters and papers. This year a few dollars added to the salary of each will increase the expense of rural mail delivery about three millions of dollars. If as the postmaster general has urged these rural rout ers were permitted to deliver par cels weighing from one to eleven pounds at cost of a few cents ea' it would wipe out the deficit of fif teen millions or more and make the postal service self sustaining as is the patent office. It is a disgrace to this government that this has not long since been done and that agent! of the express companies on the floor of the senate and the house of rep resentatives with the abbreviation Hon prefixed to their names have stood in the way of such salutary and necessary legislation. All Euro pean countries have long enjoyed and profited by tjie benefits of the parcels post. It Is working beauti fully in what some consider the hair civilized countries of the Orient, but owing to the superior power of the express companies lobbyists, in the vaunted, freest and best government in the world, the American citizen, is denied its benefits. . ABRUZZI SAYS HIS ENGAGEMENT IS OFF, Duke's Friends Tell of Trouble With Elkinses. Turin, Italy, Nov. 17. The Duke of the Abuizl confirms the report that be has given up all plans to marry Miss Katherlne Klklus, the American heir ess. He Is In this city and has gone In Vlthln the last few days for the gay est of bachelor lives. The duke says through hit friends that-Senator Elklns was telling the DUKE OF THE ABRUZZI. truth without any reservations when be announced In Washington that no engagement existed between bis daughter and Abruozi. They say, and their expressions are authorized, If not dictated, by the duke himself: "The marriage has been abandoned on account of insurmountable difficul ties raised by the Elklns family." A few months ago when prepara tions for the marriage were pro gressing the duke held himself aloof from society. Now, however, many of the prettiest and most popular belles of Turin are Included in his motoring and theater expeditions. His conduct is exactly that of an average young man who Is setting out either to cele brate a wished for freedom or to for get an unfortunate love affair. NEW POOL CHAMPION. Thomas Hueston of St. Louis Defeats Alfredo do Ore. St. Louis. Nov. 17. Thomas Hueston of St. Louis won the first of the three block series for the world's continuous pool championship, defeating Alfredo de Oro of Cuba by 201 to 167. De Oro, the title holder, was In splendid form and in the first hour of play took the lead over Hueston. Hueston, however, improved and went ahead of his rival. Both players forfeited Intentionally In order to avoid breaking the block, and near the close of the night's con test De Oro made 'an innovation, so far as followers of the game here are ! concerned, by resting his fingers on the bridge. ARMY OFFICER ON TRIAL Accused of Misappropriating $7,000 Army Fund. New York, Nov. 17. Lieutenant Ed ward Gottlieb was placed on trial be fore a court martial at Governors is land charged with presenting , to the United States authorities for payment false and fraudulent claims and also with uttering bad cheeks. Gottlieb received $7,000 from the government to conduct electrical ex periments at Boston. One of tb charges is that he misappropriated this money. General Coleman Stricken. St. Louis, Nov. 17. General David C. Colemsu, U. S. A., was stricken with paralysis at bis home. He is eighty-four years old. COUXTRSH LAISZIO HZCHEXVl Countess Laiszlo Szchenyi, former ly Miss Gladys Vanderbilt, who has recently received a visit from the stork which brought a daughter. The Count and Countess, are said to be planning a return visit to the United States for the Inauguration festivities. PILES CURED IN 0 TO 14 DAYS PAZO OINTMENT la guaranteed to cure any case of Itching. Blind. Bleed ing of Protruding Piles In f to 14 days or money refunded. 60c fBlf LANG I HOME FURNISHER 144-148 S. MAIN - There is no Range made that will compare in baking qualities all around ease of control economy of fuel with HOUSEHOLD Every Range Guaranteed. HOME FURNISHER. Your Credit Yellow Front LANGLEY Credit and Be sure to see our .remarkable display of fashionable Fall Clothing for MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN. Ladles' Tailored Suits $18.60, worth $25.00. Ladies' Broadcloth Coats 917.08, worth $25.00. Ladies' Caracul Coats 914.08, wsrth $20.00. Men's Tailored Suits, $18.00, worth $25.00. Latest style Overcoats $18.00, worth $25.00. Ladies' and Children's Fur Sets $3.08 to $40.00. $1.00 per week PAYMENTS will clothe the whole Family. Union Credit Clothing Go. . 194 BANK STREET Buckingham building, - Waterbury, Conn. GEORGE EUD0LPH Teacher of Brass and String Instru ments. Band and Orcheatra 74 Abbott Avenue. Telephone 480. Music for All Occasion. EY RANGES is Good. Satisfaction INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION Arithmetic, Algebra, Bookkeeping, - also Languages. . -. H. 8. OlLLIVER, M. A. (Vale)," 51 Walnut st Tel 2!29, H-l-tf (GLOVESo For Whatever Purpose You Wish Them. WORK, DRIVING. Prices range from 25c to $2.50 a pair . We recommend our Gloves to be the best quality the price asked COLIN F. WILSON, 115 SowtH Main Street, The Hub Grocery c N ( 1 8 SOUTH MAIN ST, Free Delivery. Telephone 711-4 TRADE where you receive a discount on your pur chases. The large amount of green or gold stamps we give as a cash discount enables you to furnish your home with many useful household articles free of cost. ' ' . ' ' We guarantee our goods and prices. We sell as low as the lowest. Why not take advantage of the bargains we are offering for this week. r. Special Bargains. Flour, per bag .......... .. 80c Challenge Milk, 3 cans 23c Tomatoes, per can . '. . . . . . . ; 10c Peas, per can ..... . ..... 10c Corn, per can .... ... ... .. 10c Fresh Eggs, per dozen ... 28c, Good Butter, per lb y. ... 28c Xaptha Soap, 6 bars ........ 25c Shoulders," per lb .... . ... 10c;; GOLD STAMPS Have a cash value and are redeemable for $3 In trade at any of 4 the following merchants Finneian & Phillips, Boy's Clothing ' Benson Furniture Co.,' Stoves, carpets, Furniture; W. E.. Pierpont, Silverware, Cut Glass, Jewelry; Colby. Sherwood, Shoes, Sllppera, . etc.; F. A. Wenzel, Men's Hats, Furnishings; Hub Grocery, Gro ceries, Teas Coffees and Wines Given Away Free ! A full book of stamps on Wednesday only to some one ot our customers. Special Stamp SO Gold 70 Gold 20 Gold 10 Gold 10 Gold 10 Gold 10 Gold 10 Gold 10 Gold 10 Gold 10 Gold 10 Gold 10 Gold 10 Gold 10 Gold 10 Gold 10 Gold 10 Gold 10 Gold 10 Gold or 30 or 80 or 20 or 10 cr 10 or 10 or 10 or 10 or 10 or 10 or 10 or 10 or 10 or 10 or 13 or 10 ,r 10 or 10 or 10 or 10 Green Stamps with Green Stamps with Green Stamps w ith Green Stamps with Green Stamps with Green Stamps with Green Stamps with Green Stamps with Green Stamps' with Green Stamps with Green Stamps with Green Stamps with Green Stamps with Green Stamps with Green Stamps with Green Stamps with Green Stamps with Green Stamps with Green Stamps with Green Stamps with Combination Orders 50 stamps with the following order at 48c: 1 bottle Bluing. '10c 1 bottle Ammonia 10c 1 glass Mustard. 8c 2 boxes Matches 10c 1 lb Rice....... 10c 150 stamps with the following order at $1.05: 1 lb Baking Powder. ... . . 45c 1 lb Best Tea 60c People Whose Garbage is flectsd wlU lad cuieK rent! by ending a postal er caning by ttlt phoaa. Ko 10$ 1-3. , B. K. WAIIITIIIS. will purchase. 1 lb Best Coffee , 3."Sc- 1 lb Best Tea ....... '. . .60c H gal Ammonlu ......... 25c 1 lb Best Bnt'ter 30c 2 Boxes Matches 10c - 1 Bottle Bluing . . . 10c 2 Bags Salt ..... ....... 10c 3 lbs Rice ..25c 3 lbs Prunes 25c 2 lbs Ginger Snaps ...... .14c 2 lbs Soda Crackers 14c 3 lbs Milk Crackers ..... .25c 1 Box Pepper joe ' 1 Jar Mustard ...... .8c 1 Bottle Ammonia ..... T. 10c 1 Bottle Castoria ... s.-Jc 2 Cans Corn ..25c 2 Cans Peas 25c 6 Bars Soap . 25c 1 Jar Jelly 15c 80 stamps with the following order at 70c: 1 lb Coffee .... . 3 lbs Rice , 2 boxes Matches. 35c ' 25c 10c ' 120 stamps with the following order at $1.17: 1 lb Best Tea . . . ... . . tioe 1 lb Butter gOc 3 lbs Rite ... jjs FOR OOOD SHAVltNO AAD 8AIB CUTTlXtt ta GATTER & HODSON's New 3.10 U WI UA1X BTKfcsir, Dm rack . t