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..WATERBURY EVENING ' DEMOCRAT. . SATURDAY. 7; NOVEMBER 15,1002.'
Ciirran Dry Boofls Co Extra Specials for To Hight and Monday Last KiRht of Silk Rem- .. ." nant Sale Extra special for to- night We Will close a lot of short ends of high class silks at.. ic the yard 9Sc UN- Men's fine all silk Neckwear, light., . and dark effects, Shield Tecks, Shield Bows, Derby Four-in-nands and Butterfly shapes, some are regular 50c values, spe cial to-night and Monday -It Men's pure silk fleece lined Shirts and Drawers, with, etxension baud, shirts are silk faced, reg- - . ular $1.23 value, special to;night and 'Monday , r VW Men's fine percale laundered Neg ligee Shirts with separate col lars and cuffs, also a fine assort ment for boys, regular 50c values, special to-night and Monday 42c Boys' corduroy, and black or blue cheviot Pants, all sizes, regular v 73c quality, special to-night and . Monday " , . 49c Boys' lamb's wool Sweaters, sizes 24 to 34, in oxford, black, blue and cardinal shades, value $1.39, - special to-night and Monday 9Sc FROM THE SALE OF THE HEART UMBRELLAS. Children's 24-inch Umbrellas, nat . uralwood bandies, regular price t0c, for this sale 39c Ladies' 20-inch Umbrellas, close rolling, large assortment of horn, . pearL natural wood and silver handles, usual price $1.39, for this "sale : . 9Sc Ladies' 2G-ineh Umbrellas, close railing, horn and natural wood bandies. ' silver trimmed, value $2.25, for this sale $1.48 Men's 28-inch Umbrellas, natural wood handles, regular price $1, for this sale ., 75c Men's. 2S-inch Umbrellas, natural wood and horn handles, usual pnce $1.39, for this sale LADIES AND CHILDREN'S DERWEAR. Ladies' fleece lined Vests and rants, regular 37y2e quality, for to-night and Monday 25c Ladies' extra size fleece lined Vests, long or short sleeves, knee or an- T-1 I"! i -. ivie x ams. vaiue toe, ror to night and'Monday 50c Ladies' natural wool ribbed Vests and Pants, extra - fine quality, value $1, for to-night and Mon- : 2ay . 73C. Children's 'ribbed fleece lined Vests and Pants, usual price 37c, for to-night and Monday . 25c LADIES' AND. CHILDREN'S HOS IERS. Ladies' black cotton Hose, full j regular made, 'usual price 23c ! 1 pair, for to-night and Monday 19c Ladies' black wool Hose, plain or ribbed, value 37c pair, for to- ! night and Monday 25c Children's plain wool nose, all sizes, value 37,c pair, for to--night and Monday 5C Boys' extra heavy ribbed nose, " wide or narrow rib, value 25c . pair, to-night and Monday 19c RIBBONS FOR TO-NIGHT AND MONDAY. No SO soft finish Moire Taffeta xtiDoon. an colors, value 39c yd, for to-night and Monday 25c No 80 double face Liberty Satin Ribbon, all colors, value 39c yd, for to-night and Monday 25c Pillow Ribbons, all combinations, usual price 39c yard, for to-night and Monday 25c HANDKERCHIEFS FOR TO-NIGHT AND MONDAY. Ladies' all linen hemstitched Iland kerhciefs. value 8c, for to-night and Monday , 5C Children's colored border Handker chiefs, usual price 5c, for to-night atfd Monday 3c o for 5c Ladies embroidered Handker chiefs, hemstitched, scalloped and lace edge, usual price 19c, for " to-night and Monday x 12c TOILET ARTICLES. " Riker's Almond Meal, per can. 24e Riker'sTaleum Pnwri ; Riker s Toilet "Water, per bottle, 24c T-t -s naTlnS Lotion, per bottle, 34c Kiker s Sachets, per envelope, 10c x.iKfrs J-ootn I'owder, per box 15c x ROM QUR SUIT DEPARTMENT FOR TO-NIGHT AND MONDAY. Ladies' fine Tailor 3Iade Suits-ia' - cheviot and fancy Scotch mix tures, blouse, reefer and Nor- v folk effects, lined with satin, new ' flare skirt, lined or unlihed, value $19.50, special to-night and Mon , r , m $15.00 ladies Short Jaekets and 27-inch Coats in good quality Kersey, , , lined throughout, new collar, coat sleeve,, value $10.98, special To-nignt ana Mondav R7 nn uu7 wjeiers m ingiish Melton with large collar, in red, blue, brown and tan, value $3.50, spe- n i lo;n,nt and Monday $1.9S UJ11S "i-iengin aox Coats, with . and without large collars, new sleeve, sizes 4 to 14,. value $7.50, special to-night and Mondav $4.7 . Ladies' all wool flannel Waists, JwficL throughout, tucked and corded, value $1.25, special to- uiuana Monday . OSc i ie -trenen flannel Waists new ' duchess front tucked and' hem stitched back, bishop-, sleeve, fancy stock, all the new fall shades, value $2.50, special to- emu jxuuuuy ' 51.VO ladles' flannelette nouse Wrap pers in light and dark colors, -prettily trimmed, fitted - waist lining, flounce skirt, sizes 32 to 48. Facial to-night and Mfraday 07e fin OB DEPARTMENT." Our SI. 93 line of Ladies Shoes are . oqual to any $2:50 Shoes in the ciry; thoy come in lace and but- . tf.n. all sizes and 5 a all leathers, -f ' t " t1 pi . u $1.0! ' " S.1 't J Vi 'fMt ( l 1 H f i : l":' -I l ' Som ion's Suits, Flian You Ever v 0) s. -Sty-- -4tii 1 1- I III rIliWlillh ovjliat UGii ought, For cip Every store in town sells Suits about this price but what a difference in the Suits. . These Suits' are tailored to hold their shape and to fit aswell -as though they were made to your measure. Fabrics are Pure Worsteds, Vicunas and Cassimeres. ( They are all exclusive patterns. Ocher Suits as low in price as' $7.50 and as high as $25 mn i si LSI & yUM Cor. Bank and Grand Sts, 'A. F7. COWLES. Special For Saturday and Monday. An elesrant line of Trimmed Hats fresh from a large importing house in New -York. - These nats are made to sell for dol lars more than we ask. $5.00 buys an $S.0O Hat. $5.50 buys a $U.OO Hat. $G.OO bays a $10.00 Haf. ' $7.00 buys an $11.00 Hat, $7.50 buys a $12.00 Hat. Come and see the many values in our Special Hat Sale, . K. Dougherty Just received a full line 'of Gent's Neckwear, in all the latest styles and colors, regu lar 49c and 39c qualify, at K Dougherty, ' I45 South Main st. Dr. Ryder Now permanently , located at 141 ! Bank street; over Pol lak's stoie. NOW IS YOUR GHAI1GE Whv lie troubled with a leaking roof when you can get a new one rea sonably by seeirfg Charles F. Miller, carpenter and builder; shop, 40 bene dict street: house and .'phone, -179 Wal nut street; call, i48. TP JR. a' .f. flakes the Weak Strong. 18c Bottle. 3 for 50 Cents. -THE Woodruff Grocery Co. FOR THIS WEEK ONLY Flour ner sack ,....'.... c Granulated Sugar, 20 lbs for ....$1.00 Extra White C Sugar21 lbs for $1.00 Sweet Potatoes, , per peck . ; -17c Indian Meal, 10 lbs for . . , ....... -oc Kolled Oats, 7 l6s for. .......... .25c T?W 4 lhn for ...2oc Greater N.Y. Grocery Co 130 E iST MAIN STREET. ' Telephone 123-12. Best Oetttol Co. Only High Grade Dentistry. G5 BANK STREET. . OIANOS TUNED a By ALEX. HART Pianos, no matter how old, can be repaired. Orders may be lett at George N. Ells book store, isams. street, , Waterbury Conn. , HELD AS ritlSONERS. Los Angeles, ; Cal,' Nov 15. James McCuen of Herniosillo, Mexico who is in this city, says a Seri Indian employ ed on his cattle ranch hsis told him there are seven white men held as prisoners in Tiburon island. It is be lieved they include Lieutenant It. E. T. Robinson and his partner, Logan of Cleveland (who 'weit to the Island ten years ago and never- returned) and Captftin Fovter of San Diego; one of a number Who have at various ' times been reported massacred and eaten1 by the Indians. ELKS' FAIR CLOSES TO-NIGHT" NEW UNION DEPOT. ' Cleveland. O.. Nov 15.--A new union depot to be used by, the Lake Shore, Pennsylvania and Big Four railroads as to be built in this city at a cost of about $2,000,000. . -n We Opon Our Talking Prices FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Rib Roast Beafv- lOo, 12c and 14c Fresh Fowl, 12c Veal, 8c, 10c an 12c The Anti-Trust Batchers are full of Bar gains. Public Market 1G1-1G3 SOUTH MAIN STREET. Telephone 110. It Is a Boy That isJ-Sardest on Shoe Leather. . Wc have a boys shoe, strictly solid leather top half sole,- in sizes 12 to 2 for 98c and 3 to at $1.19. . Boys' Never Rip, seamless back, the most economical' shoe on earth, sizes 12 to 2 $1.25 and a to 5' $1.50 Holczer's Standard Shoe House 109 SOUTH MAIN STREET. . OPPOSITE GRAND STREET. . For Service, Quality and Price's we have no rival, We arc selling more , complete House Furnish ings to-day than any other Furniture Store in the City of Water bury. Prices and Quality are irresisit- . ble. People come and see us, look around, and come, back, which ' proves . that you can save money by trading here. Get an estimate on your House Fur nishing. No trouble to show goods. CASH OF CREDIT, BENSON FuMITDRE JUv-j-.J OvU-.ii i-liAd uLr J I t;. I Lo S 1.0-4U Ulaud OutfcL 3ClAf MM 3M 110, 112, 114 SOUTH MAUI ST. TO-NIGHT Big Returns from the Combination , Books Received All Day. . Hie Elks', ftazaar will close this even ing' and all who have, coupons or books are expected to make returns as early as possible this evening. Every draw ing will positively take place to-riight, and the winners will be announced from the stage. There are but few combination books left and these will be disposed of to-night. : - ; : juemains of General Greene Moved. SAVANNAH, Ga., Nov. 15. With military and civic honors the remains' of General Kathainel Greene were re interred yesterday afternoon at the base, of. the monument erected to his memory in Johnson square. At the same time and in the same vault were laid away the bones of George Wash ington Greene. ' ' r Train Pluneed Into the Bay. SANTIAGO, Cuba, Nov. 15. A train of forty-six cars' on the Juragua Min Irjg railroad loaded with iron ore broke loose from the engine at Las Cruces, Santiago bay, and plunged off the end of the wharf, twenty feetj into the wa ter. The crew jumped off the train and escaped with slight injuries. "The Strennona life" In Italy. ROME, Nov. 15. President Roose velt's work, 'The Strenuous Life," has found its way into Italy through the French translation. All the press com ments on the book are of the most fa vorable character, and they eulogize the president as a man, a citizen, a sol dier and a rnW ; ORPHAN ASYLUM; At 6 O'Ciock. Come and see us, whether you. buy or not. The MatzMarks Go RUBBER ' UP THE NORTH END Is so cheap that it attracts people from all parts of the city to the Eegfe SSioe Store Splendid Cough Madicma. tVi mifl!f!no that we are not afraid to put side by side !n. ii lTo rnll it Willi ILll.Y UU iub uiaiuci' ' " Fitzpatrick's Syrup 'of White Pine and . tar. 25 cents a bottle. Fitzpat i.;,r.V'c ti-hwmnnir TTlocf ATflin. COmer Wall Telephone G3-4 (opposite North,' Main and Grove Street Junction.) Ladies' first quality Rubbers, down town price-' 50a our price 25c Men's first quality Rubbers, down . town price 75c, our price 45c Children's Rubbers, ' 21c Ladies' felt, leather foxed, warm lined, lace Shoes, down town price $1, our price . . C9c Low rent, low expenses and low prices. . . A Gas Heater Will carry your, coal, split v your kindling wood and empty your ashes .with out ruining your clothes ; or your amiable disposi sitio'n. . , The United Gas1 Imirovement Co. Leavenworth and Center Streets. MEMi For Saturday and Monday only we offer Men's $3.50 Shoes at $2.98 They are Hand Sewed, IN BOX CALF, VEEOUR CALF, VICI KID AND WARRANTED PATENT LEATHER, all the newest ( lasts, in heavy ' or me dium weight, "soles. These shoes are the best ; we carry. This is just a special sale to boom our fine shoes. Better come in if you want to save 50c. Our Liquid Corn Plaster. It's guaranteed. Price 15c Si I 1 1 j, i jinn & sons, 73-75 Easl Street. Ills . Eampstm-Sellaw . Fmiifa Co, Come ard See OUR NEW FURNITURE STORE We're now located in the building formerly occupied as the Gas Office. We are getting, nice, new Furniture in eyery day and can take good care of our customers selHng , at the same low prices that has made' this store famous throughout western Con necticut . BUY YOUR FURNITURE AT 141 Grand Street, Th3 , Bampson-Selbw ftraitan t Co, Messrs Atwood and Doran Think Such an Institution. !S Needed., There is a good-deal of talk about making an effort to establish an or phan asylum in ; Waterbury and it looks as if all it needs to make a suc cess of it is for the right parties to take the initiative. Talking about the matter to-day, II. W. Atwood of the town store said that while he had very little, money above his needs he should gladly donate $50 to a fund for that purpose. Mr Atwood said he thought there is not a town in Connecticut that feels the need of such an institution as keenly as Waterbury, does. "We see instances of it," he said, "almost every day, and it is a mystery to me and oth ers who come in daily contact with children who have nobody to care for them that somebody ' has not taken hold of this long ago-. Mr Doran and myself talked this matter over yester day and he is very much In favor of it. If we had a home here where children could be cared for 1 know It would be appreciated. I should not want any thing sectarian about it. ' My Idea would be to have the doors wide open to duly accredited representatives of the diffei'ent denominations so that children, ho matter what creed; thoy professed, could receive religious in struction from time to time from their spiritual advisers. Many would like to send children who would be willing to pay for them, and in this way the institution would be able to look out for, those who had no means. The first step is to get money enough to buy a suitable site and If we had that it might encourage people to help make up enough to- put", up a building and leave a little for maintenance. We have av large number,. of wealthy men and women in Waterbury and I know of no way in which they could do more good for humanity than by assisting in Establishing an orphan asylum in Waterbury," , Several others have been seen on the question and all claimed that wo should', have some such institution in town, but so far as could he learned nothing definite has as yet been done towards holding a meeting to dipouss the question. , . In tlis7ac2 of High Prises T?M. oimnsl-. pvervthinjr. WR will naint your house and paint it well for a price that you will admit is as low as first-class workmanship and materials will permit. Let us estimate. What' ever is strlish in Paper Hangings or decorative fabrics you will find here at most reascnauie prices. . Walarljury Decorating Cd, 241 NORTH MAIN ST. Men's N Guaranteed Patent Leathers, . .. . The guaranteeing of - Patent Leather Shoes by Allen, Brad ley & Co., when first an nounced, was looked upon by competitors as a hazardous undertaking. Time, however, has proved this unusual guar antee is well founded. "Guar anteed Patent Colt" is the original and only shoe on the market based on positive tests and facts. We haye them in up-to-date styles. Call in and see them. 1111! ,6 BBfiDLEY CO, ' ' 5 a Bank Street,- II ILL STREET SOCIETY. ' Interest is Being Revived Big Meet ing Held Last Night. The regular meeting of the Hill Street -improvement club was held.last night at the club rooms, o 21G Hill street. With the advent of the cool even ings the attendance has considerably Increased. Much gratification was expressed with the action of the board of public works in deciding to place an electric light on Hill street, opposite Fleet, also with the action of Mr Gaff' ney and Mr Peterson in making pre parations for laying, their sidewalks, The club is expecting the other prop erty owners to fall In line and get their walks all laid before winter and thereby save the street from being washed out with every storm. The property owners should coincide with the board In all such matters as this. A committee was appointed to ar range for-a smoker to be held on Sat urday, November 22. . , '': " '' .' 1 ' The Hawaiian Defalcation. .WASHINGTON, Nov. 15. Official re ports on defalcations by two prominent officials of ,;the Hawaiian government have been received by the secretary of the interior from Governor Dole. Wil liam II. Wright, the treasurer of the territory, admitted he was $17,9."0 shorthand B. II. Wright, chief clerk of the department of public works of Ha waii, is charged with the embezzlement of $3,272. The former escaped on the steamer Alameda, " which sailed from Honolulu Sept. 24 for San ..Francisco, and he has not been found, but the lat ter was arrested and held for trial tbi month. ' ' rnifnllnttnn lit Swarthiuore. PHILADELPHIA", Nov. 15. Joseph Swain, LL. D.4 was; today installed as Dresldent of Svvarthmore college, Dr. Swain resigned the presidency of the Indiana State university to accept me office of president of Swarthmore col lege. 2f Many ; distinguished educators from various sections of the country participated in the exercises, and the inaugural ceremonies were witnessed by delegates from 120, institutions of learning. Move than ordinary interest had been manifested in Pr, Swain's In auguration from the fact that he de clined to accept the presidency of the college unless a large .fund was estab lished with which the scope of . the in stitution might b enlarged. Wealthy friends of the college answered the call for contributions, and when, the amount stipulated by Dr. Swain "had been secured he no longer hesitated to ' accept the office. xd eric nee IS WORTH WHILE An inexperienced ' paper hanger's work 'is never satis factory.. Paper-hanging seems like simple work, but just try your hand at it and you will find that it is not so easy as it looks, We furnish experi enced, capable men, and we guarantee their work .to be satisfactory in every respect. THE A, E" Taylor Go, - 43 CENTER STREET. Over Adams Express Ofik' BE00KLYK SF.IDFS lege, is spending a few days at hi home on Bank street. -tMIss Helen (iilmnitin Hanuon of South Leonard street are enjoying a tshort visit with fi-iwuia lu East Derby. A meetinz of the ThiiM rrni-rrmri. tional church literary and debating club will be held to-night at 7:30. at me parsonage, xne subject of debate will be. "Resolved, that fnrH rrn Immi gration calls for an educatloual and uivrui quanncation." Mr and Mrs John T Alidprann nf Highland avenue celebrated the silver anniversary of their marriage on Thursday night. Manv present and Joined in the merry fes tivities. Piano selections were ren dered by Miss Snatfg, while dance music was furnished by Mr Parry. Re- iu'suiuhiis were served. Several con gratulatory telegrams from friends and muiives out or town were received.; Mr and Mrs Ande ents of the following presents: Large wedding cake, Mr and Mrs Fritz Han- sen; knives and fork,. Mr O. L. Hell mann; cake basket, Mr and Mrs George . Comstoek; fern bowl, Olga "and Vlr- xtuuersoii; soup iadJe and oyster ladles, Lyra Slnclnc uacietv . - . ' r ' v . 1 km mini cake dish, John N. Olen. Huntington: old lined nut disk. Mr and Mr Grge Groetzenback; gold pickle dish. Jan Marnuard; card receiver, , Elner Mar- IH..1.I, cyuun iioiuer, ir and airs Er lert?; fancv crorkprv "ri-nn-i n'n. liam Miles; fruit ladle, .Afr and Mrs eorge Adams; oyster ladle, Mr and Mr Frod Doeschor; Palad fork. Mr mid Mrs Philip Fray: painted plarrpr. --us .uaryuarK; Egyptian doiler. Mrs Christian Hansen! fni(- iWh nr and Mrs Ovore, Bridgeport: gold lined juiem-r anu bowi. Mr and Mrs nmry, Gymintie; fancy china, Charles King; ' silver coin, Mrs Pauline Rich; cut glass and pepper box, Mr and Mrs I. L. Up. tt-vA. 1 "ntl I,ePPef box, ' Rohert Wltbeyj silver ppoons, Bessie " Holt; cake, dish, Mr and Mrs Arotte; pfa -r ana .urs i:. Wilcox; castfr, Mr and Mrs lyesnnrspn; fruit r.i... f. and Mrs. Rutishauser; ornamental- lIWk:' Hansen: .German broad tray, Mr and Mrs M. C. German: fork. Mrs Mary King. W. D. RIchardoii . also remembered Mr and Mrs Ander son with a pretty gift. , MLN"S MEETING rO-iIORROW. Subject of Address Will Be "A Visit to Moscow." The third meeting of the new season for men at the Jacques opera house will be addressed to-morrow by the Rev William O. Ballantlne, D.D., L.L.D., ex-president of Oberlln college. Dr Ballantlne is one of the most noted scholars of the day and his studies and research in various lines, have added much to public information on many subjects. Some years ago Dr Ballan tlne accompanied the British survey ing party as an expert in their travels through the old land of Palestine. The subject of his address on Sun day will be "A 'Visit to Moscow." Un der the doctor's personal conduct a large party of tourists visited Russia during the past summer.and spent con siderable time In and about its princi pal cities. His lecture will be partic ularly interesting because Russia Is now especially attracting attention on this continent as welf as In Europe. New books concerning this great coun try are- constantly appearing.. The area of the Russian empire covers one- - sixth of the land of the globe. It stretches from the Baltic to the Pa cific, with Germany and China as next door neighbors, , and it contains the longest railroad In the world. The doctor will refer to many Im portant points in connection with the country, such as Napoleon's Invasion ' of Russia, the grandest of all his mili tary enterprises; Moscow, the strong est of all the great cities of Europe; Tolstoi, the grand old man of Russia; the Russian church; Ivan, the Terrible, tff most frightful of despots; a visit to the largest foundling asylum In the' world. , ' , More than 400 men attended the meeting : last Sunday afternoon and there should be over 000 to hear this scholarly'address by Dr Ballantlne. TRADE CONDITIONS. tfcmufactnritts and Transporting Zu terext Inatsfllcf ent. NEW YORK, Nov. 15.-R. G. Dun & Co.'s weekly review of trade says: Lower prices for rairsvay stocks than at any time since last March do not necessarily indicate loss of traffic or a setback in business. On the-contrary, coincident with the collapse of the ttock market there wore numerous ev idences that manufacturing and trans porting Interests have not sufacient fa cilities to meet demands, although plants and equipment are now df great er efficiency than at any previous time. ' Distribution of merchandise is fully maintained, preparations being made for a heavy holiday trade, and frequent complaints of tardy deliveries testify to the heavy consumption. Prospects for continued activity are bright be cause of unprecedented harvests, pros perity, in the agricultural sections as luring a good demand for other prod ucts, -, . Production of pig Iron during Octo ber was 1,503,978 tons, according to the Iron Age, a considerable increase over the preceding month and much more than was indicated by the scarcity of coke. ' Considerable irregularity occurred in quotations of the leading staples. . Win ter wheat conditions are unusually fa vorable, and movement of the current crop maintains .high figures. Western receipts of wheat for the week were 0.38-1,393 bushels compared with 7,S9$r 441 a year ago. , ' . Failures for the week numbered 24t in the United States against 213 last year and 21 in Canada compared with 27 a year ago. Wife May Be Hurled Alive, EMPORIA, Kan., Nov. 15. Judge Madden in the district court decided that a man had the right , to bury his wife alive. The city asked for an in junction to prohibit an exhibition of hypnotism by burying a woman under ground and leaving lier buried six days, It was claimed the exhibition en dangered life. Stromboll Grow More Violent, ROME, Nov. 15. The eruption of the volcano Stromboll is increasing In vio lence and 1.1 accompanied by shocks of earthquake and alarming ditonatlona. Ashes thrown out by the volcuuo art 1 lailiiii; on boats cut ct ecu. CM -' f