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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, WEDNESDAY, SEPT EMBER 27, 1905.
THE CURRAN - BARGAIN The most Special Values throughout . the store are enu merated in this list weekly, These values go effect To-night After 6 O'CLOCK. KID GLOVE OPENING, Unusual Importation Just Arrived SEE NORTH WINDOW. SPECIAL VALUES IXDSESS ! GOODS FOR BARGAIN J) AY. jSG Inch Carmen Crepes, a -wool ' fabric that will wash and retain Its color, all shades and black, regular price 25 cents a yard. Bargain Day 19 cents a yard i 2 In. Shepard Checks ,all worst ed, two size checks in greens, blues, browns and black and white, regular 39c value, Bargain Day 25 cents a yard 64 Inch Imperial Serges, strictly all wool, full line of colors and black. $1.00 value. Bargain Day 70 cents iVaftt . EXTRA SPECIAL AS SHOWN IX SOUTH WINDOW. 40 pieces of the newest weaves, such as Panamas, runellas, Roxannas, India Twills. Mel rose and Henriettas, all the fall shades and black, 89 cent value, Bargain Day 69c yard ! B VALUES IN SILK FOR BARGAIN DAY., Changeable Taffetas, glace finish, all shades, warranted to wear, woven on selvedge, regular price 75 cents. Bargain Day 53 cents a yard I JO In. Black Chiffon Taffeta, very lustrous quality, wenr guaran teed, 6f cent quality. Bargain Day 55 cents a yard 27 Inch Black Taffeta, heavy weight, high luster, wear guar anteed, value $1.0o. Bargain Day 79 cents a yard f&BlG BARGAINS IX MEN'S FALL AND WINTER UNDERWEAR. j At 48c, Men's heavy weight eam i els' hair, blue and ei-ru fleece lined Shirts and Drawers, 5!c to 75c values. To-night and Bargain Day 4c ( At 69c, Men's heavy winter weight camels' hair 1'inlcrwear. rang ing In sizes from 32 to 4t5. ex tra well finished garments, actual value $l.on. To-night and 1'iirgaln Day fi!c At S5c, Men's natural wool Un-' ' derwear, silk facgl Shirts and. double gussets in drawers, $1.10 values. To-night and Bargain Day S5c At 9Hc, Men's natural and camels' hair, white wool and wool rib bed Shirts and Drawers, all sizes, $1.25 values. To-night and Bargain Day At $1.19, Men's camels' Iiair ami natural wool double breast! and double lak Shirts with drawers to match. $1.49 values. To-night and Bargain Day $1.19 A GRIST OF MONEY SAVERS IX DOMESTICS FOR BARGAIN DAT. , 1 case Colored Outinc Flannels, regular price 7 rents. To-night and Thursday 5 cents 10 bales Satin Coveml Comfor tables, regular price $1.25, To-night and Thursday !S cents 10 pieces White Crossbar Mus lin, regular prW 12S cents. To-night and Thursday 8 cents 50) yards remnants of Black Sat in and Fercal. slightly soiled, regular price; 12H cent. To-night and Thursday 5 cents 10 pieces Londal Cambric reg ular price 12 cents. To-night and Thursday 9 rents 20 pieces 32 torn Twill Domet FlaanneL retnlar prW 10 cents To-night and Thursday a rents 15 pair H- Won! Blankets, a lit tle mussed, regular price $4.50. To-night and Thursday $3.00 ! pieces best Sanitary Diaper. r(ro'.r price SO rents. To-night an-1 Thursday 39 rents -y White Mercerized wstinr. remlsr prk" 23c. To-nisht and Tbnriiiiy 19 rests S. 4Tsen An Liia Napkins, reg Jsr prtr 1CV DRY GOODS CO. IS - DAY 10 pieces 63 Inch Bleached and Unbleached Damask, regular price 59 cents, To-night and Thursday 89 cents 20 pieces All Linen Crash Towel ing, regular price 10 cents. To-night and Thursday 0 cents HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR. For Fall and Winter at Bargain Day Trices. Ladles' Black Cotton Hose, regu lar made, value 25 cents, To-night and Thursday 18 cents Ladies' Black Cotton Hose. w To-night and Bargain dayji-prs.. c Boys' and Misses fine "ribbed Hose, sizes 5 to 9 double heel and toe, To-night and Bargain Day 8 prs. 25c Boys' wide ribbed School Hose, extra heavy, sizes 6 to 10, value 17 cents, To-nlgbt and Bargain Day 12y3e Ladles' fleece lined Vests, long sleeves, pants to match. To-night and Bargain Day 25c SWEATERS. Ladies' knit Sweater Blouses, with roll collar In red, white black and gray, To-night and Bargain Day $1.48 Misses' Sweaters In red white and gray, value $1.25, To-night and Bargain Day $1.00 WOMEN'S FLANNELETTE UN DERGARMENTS. Women's Flannelette Nightgowns, full length and width. Bargain Day 50 cents Women's Daisy Cloth Night gowns In solid pink, blue and white, Bargain Day 75 cents Extra Size Outing Flanjiel Night gowns, pretty stripes, extra wide and long. Bargain Day 75 cents Children's Flannelette Nightgowns in stripes and solid white. Bargain Day 39c-49c Outing Flannel Short Skirts made with flounce. Bargain Day 25 cents INFANTS' WEAR. Infants' knit and Daisy cloth Jackets, Bargain Day 25 cents Infants knit Bootees in white, pink and blue. Bargain Day 12 cents Infants' Outing Flannel Slips, pretty stripe 'Bargain Day 25 cents Infants' Daisy Cloth Klmonas In solid colors, silk stitched. Bargain Day 49 cents Infants' White Silk Bonnets, em broldpred and lined, assorted styles. Bargain Day 25c and 30c 3 SPECIAL VALUES FROM OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT. Ladies' Box Calf Bluber Cut Patent tip Shoes, $.03 Ladies' YH Kid Patent tip Com mon sense heel Lace Shoes, $1.05 Ladies' gun metal calf hand sew ed waterproof Blocher cut Shoes, $3.00 READY TO WEAR SPECIALS FROM OUR CLOAK DE PARTMENT. FOR BARGAIN DAT. Ladles Walking Skirts made of grey sod black Melton cloth, value $4.50. Bargain Day fZM Ladies Taa Covert Coats, notch ed roiiar. lapped seams, satin lined, vala I105O. Special $5n Coats mad of mannish tweeds, 42 Inches long. Ions front senai etted back, Bargain Day fJ2 Short Klmonas made of Flannel, ette. neat stripes. Bargain Day 4!e Girls lTi made of Cssh BteT". Sri'i and fanry m'x Hires. Mac fr-jen. browa and red, several styles, vahjo $X3. ar$-ala lj f L53 A CONTINUOUS Sale of over 25 years on our grade of goods is a recommend in itself. That is our re- record on H. W. Johns' Asbestos Liquid Paint. X X Xt X Apothecaries Hall Co A. IP. COWLBS CENTER STREET MILLINER FALL OPENING Wednesday. Thursday and Friday . You are cordially invited to Inspect the many pretty and newest creations of Fashionable Millinery we will have displayed on those days. ; ; , 63-55 CENTER STREET. May Man ton's Patterns. Millinery Surprise I To prove to the ladles that ours is the only original Bargain Millinery in the state we will offer great bargains in Ready to Wear and Trimmed Hats on our opening days: September 27, 28 and 29. Don't fall to visit our store as our prices and styles will sur prise you. WTe allow no one to-undersell us, as we manufacture our Hand Made Hata, and you can always be sure of getting the most stylish Hats and the lowest prices In the market. Look for 265 BANK STREET. FREEDMAN'S BARGAIN MILLINERY , I MChlKThPrTW, " -" ry Ladies' Outing Flannel Skirts . At 25c each Ladies' outing flannel Skirts, 36 inches long, button hole, stitched at the bottom, both light and dark colors, value 39c. Infants' worsted Sacques and Hoods, prices 25c, 3!c, 60c, 75c, $1 each. At 15c Infants' ail wool Hose, in white or black, value 25c. Agents for PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS. ui u 1 a K. DOUGHERTY US bouth Main sr. Bonds and Stocks LOCAL INVESTMENTS x 6PECIALTX. C L HOLMES & Ca Holmes Building, Grand Street Pi K. FINNAN, 109 South Main St. All the leading brands of WINES, LIQUORS AND CHOICE CIGARS always in stock. FOR SALE, Brick building and other buildings on Field and Beaver Sts. T,o be removed by purchaser. Apply to Ralph N. Blakcslee 192 MEADOW ST. fl. T. THURBER, M. D. Pfcystdaa and Bnrgcoa. MO North Main ft. Waterbary. Oona. DISEASES Of WOM EX. Offles bears: tata,svU(st adttslsw an. , . Taos Z7M. Rug Bargains A Rug purchasing opportunity at that any intending Bug purchaser THREE BEST of Rug BRUSSELS. 9x12 RUGS. PRICED f27-"i for ROTAL WILTOX. ll2 RCGS. TRICED J.00 for BIGELOW AXMIX8TERS RUGS, P RICED W2.50 for. INGRAIN CARPET! Best All Wool Ingrain R3c yard A Joo4 Wearies: Ingrain.. .35c yard 158 Grand SL THE SHOP, 160 Grand St. W. H. HOFFMAN CO. Successors to LAPALXlE-HOFFiMAN CO. A BEAUTIFULL .SHOE For Only f2 I selected those front 19 styles at ' . - The Standard Shoe House, HOLCZER BROS. Props. 149 SOUTH MAIN ST. Complete Grocers. I eoie msmmirers ior tne cny. King Edward VII Brand of Scotch Whiskey a Bottle l.BO The acknowledged superior of all Scotch Whiskies. Special prices quoted to large purchas ers. Woodruff Grocery Co, HOME-MADE Sausage a lb 12c, ii s nne. iry some of ours. Made of good, clean meat and pure seasoning. THE PEOPLE'S MARKET Phone, 469. 21 PHOENIX AVB. Duesler Bros. We carry the most complete line of REFRIGERATORS In all styles and makes. It will pay you to call In and get our prices. We Lv Une of Blue-Fiona tOtl Stoves ln-ail sizes and kinds, ovens"1 for the same; Garden . Hose, Reels, Nozzles, Sprays, Lawn Mowers In all styles and makes. We are agents for the celebrated Mageo Ranges. Just call In and examine our Une and get a catalogue. The Barlow Bros Co cuund mut YOUR WIFE N01 WEli? Before trying so-called blood puri fiers and drugs, give her a bracing drive behind a good horse and save doctors and drug bills. Young man, you need not wait till yon are married, the young lady will appreciate a good turnout We keep them, single or double. C. D. PINNEY, S3 SCOVILL STREET. With a Gas Heater Expense and heat start and stop at your wilL Takes the chill off the room in spring and fall. - Heater Tnbe and Cock, $1.50 ItaUalteriSas ImraY3m3n! Co. Center sad Learenworta Bta. , For the Remaining Days of this Week. reduced prices for beet quality Rugs, should not nils seeing. numbers offered at these reduced prices. .... 123.00 BIG VALUES. Yet remain m a few short lenrth Ingrain Carpets, as advertised last week 55 rents yard Window GLASS AND J PUTTY. v-. " Wholesale and Retail. The Ziglatzki-Marks Go 110-116 South 'Malntraai. Special While They Last. A Splendid lot of Men's Hand-Sewed . - $4,00 Shoes FOR- $2.98 Made by Churchill & Alden, The Slick Shoe makers. Patent Colt Horse-hide Enamel, See Window. Velour Calf. -The- Arthur Bradley Go. . : J..Wi5MJ(LEB OP SHOES. ,SJ- ;;- G2 BANK STREET. CRAYON PORTRAITS Our Portraits are of the best-quality. It -will be a pleasure to you to have one in your borne. Bring a pho tograph to us and let us give you our prices. The Curtis Art Co., 185 BANK STREET. It's not so much the price but rather the final results to be gain ed from baying a good shoe. Men's and Women's special Fall shoes, double sole $2.25 and $2.50. - A special line for Wo men, common sense ' and cap toes. $1.50. Conn Boot and Slioe Company, 28 East Main St $40,000 WANTED. artthln tbs next few days In sums of U.OOO. 12.000. JWOQ. (400 and $14. 000, for several clients oa WaterburT real estate security, all first mortssses, rates of Interest from 4 to per esat For Sale Several food residences and tnrsst aacot properties caa new be secorsd at s bargain abd assy terms. Sm William J. Schlegel Lrvis Biding. Ks 3 Baas St SHOE I BUYING BROOKLYN BRIEFS. Paul Lunny, bookkeeper at Clan cy's plumbing shop, has resigned. Jesse Devlne is spending a few days at his home on Bank street James Evans of Bank street" has returned from a three weeks' vacation spent iu Manchester. A horse attached to ' a - grocery wagon fell on the car tracks near Walker's drug store this morning. It delayed traffic for a short time. John Mahaney left yeBterday for JNew iork to meet his brother Mi chael, who is returning home after a nve months' tour through the British Isles. "... : . Opening show of Paris and New York hats at The Gamble, Desmond Co s New Haven, on Wednesday. Thursday and Friday. Also the finest trimmed hats in the state at $3.98, $5 xo $.ou ana ?s. Residents of Town Plot say tuere is muon work for the game! warden up in their section Just at present, be cause of the shooting of all kinds of Dirua Dy a party of men who seem to have no regard for law and order. These lawbreakers care not when or where they kill a bird and have grown so bold In their actions that game is being shot down openly. One of the prominent dwellers up there said to day If something is not done soon to put a stop to the practice that there trill ntit be a bird left In the locality. Monday, election day, is drawing near and the voters of this section should put on their thinking caps and find out for which party they intend to cast their ballots. To look back and .see what the present administra tion' has done for Brooklyn will make all taxpayers in this district feel In a fighting , mood and will compel them to acknowledge, no matter what their politics, that this locality has been treated in a most neglectful fashion during the past two years. From, the beginning the complaints and peti tions of residents in regard to certain nuisances and Improvements have been treated in a most Indifferent man ner and for the most part have been laid on the table. The streets are In a most disgusting condition and have received little or no attention until the past few months, when for policy's, sake they saw the laborers of the city, for the first time in many moons. True, Bank street has been cleaned each day, but that is not the only street in the district; there are others. As it Is with the streets, bo it Is with all other municipal affairs in Brook, lyn. The people for the most part are determined to do something that will tend to give the dwellers In this part of the town improvements which are needed and which they want. They know that the present administration has done nothing for them (not even illuminated the Bank street school clock) except what It was compelled to do. As for the people of Town Plot and Ben Mohr, they are very bitter against the business administration and few of their ballots will be graced by names from the g. o. p. It Is safe to say from the talk of both demo crats' and republicans In Brooklyn that they Will cast a very small num ber of votes for the party which Is ad vocating the $500,000 beauty spot near the library. It is now time to think of replacing btoJiewiTwtafltrm' glass. It Is eaRler to setiU-no.V ih&JX in cold weather. Ae have an exceptionally fine stock of glass in the regular sizes and It Is clearer thru you usually see. We can rmpplv you with either single or dou ble thick at lowest prices. A. C. Walk er, 754 Bank street. UNION CITT P0ST0FFICE T be Consolidated, la Ntar Fatars With Naagatvct Station. The following order has Just been ifsued from the office of the postmas ter general In Washington: "On Oc tober 15, 1005, consolidate the post- office at Union City, New Haven coun ty, with the postofllce at Naugatuck, Conn, and establish In lieu of the former office Union City station wru facilities for the transaction of money order and registry business, the sale of postal supplies, and the receipt and dispatch of mails." NUTMEG GRATINGS. Interesting" Items lollsi Dawa Far Taa Baatfll af Our Baiy Rsaflsrs. The annual state convention of the Kings' Daughters and Sons will be held In the First Methodist church of Bridgeport, October 12 and 13. A man, thought to be an Armenian, but whose name is not known, waa struck by ' the north-bound express train which passed Thompson vi lie at 7:15 last evening and was instantly killed. Two companions who were with him escaped unhurt. Mrs Emily Wells Foster, for eleves years connected with the state board of education for the blind, has re signed as secretary and treasurer of the "board and will be succeeded by John Dunbar Rusher, who has been as slalng her since January. Mrs Foster retains her membership In the board. Charles Lawrence, a prisoner whp was tin his way from the Haddain Jail to the courthouse In Middletows. esosped from Sheriff Davis yesterday and ha not been recaptured. Law rence was one of a gang of prisoners who were Ironed together at the wrlrt. He managed to pull his band from the iron and get away Just as the gang was about to board the train 4n II! dam. Lawrence Is charged with burg lary. A disastrous lire completely wiped out the brass foundry owned by a Mr Williams of New York, formerly Hill's foundry. New Haven, this morning at 1 o'clock. The ire wa discovered by H. EL Marsh of KW Dlxwell avenue, who had retired for the nicht. and was awakened by the smell of burnt wood and flood of liKht He promptly rang In box 527. the Edgewood avenue fire bonse respondinr. They were un able to save the building. If the plans f the Wesleysn sopho mores do not miscarry, "the "freshle" this yesr will te compelled to wesr each day except Monday a rather ear, ns headgear. The "sophs have or dered tbroogb a Mlddietowa firm a rnpplv of cap to be specially made. The body will be black. On top of each will' be a fuay rreen tsael nearly s large as "an apple. The -frhi"" win be ordered to par-n and mi tfte and If they do not owy n "sophs" will aixhr rter tie p.MIe. ' BOARD OF PUBLIC AV0RKS. Bids Aslsd For Construction of Water Mains. At a meeting of the board of pub lic works held yesterday afternoon ' the engineer was Instructed to adver tise for bids for the construction of a water main in Aurora street for its entire length, and in ' Bunker Hill road, between Aurora and Tremont streets, proposals to be received Octo ber 17. There has been a good deal said about this question. The super Jntendent of water, as. requested, sub- ' mltted a statement showing the num ber of people in the streets meution-. ed who want water, but Mr Jackson claimed that he should also have in quired how many would connect with the service if it should be installed there. Mr Jackson didn't like the document anyway and remarked that for all one could tell it might be a list of contributors to the Wolcott ' fair. But one bid was received for the construction of a conduit In Little brook at Adams street. It was from Edward McManus and was consider ed" too high. The board rejected it and Instructed the engineer to read vertise for proposals to be received , October 17. Favorable action was taken on the petition of J. W. Gaffney for the payment of percentages with held on the East Main street retain ing wall. . The application of the United Gas company for permission t6 rip up the brick paving front of 218 North Main street was referred to the city en gineer with power to act The ap plication of Dennis J. Blansfleld for a license to make excavations in the street and for a sewer HcenRe was referred to the superlntendnt of streets for investigation and report. The board recommended to the board ' " . . 1 .1 J. . .. J. il - - installed on Walnut avenue. The pe- 'J tltton asking that Hawthorne avenue be worked to grade was ordered on file. The city engineer reported that In looking over the report of streets ordered laid out within the past ten- ,,' yenrs. reported that he noticed 25 in the list that have been worked to r grade but no steps had been taken to-"iM collect the assessments. The engln-i;:ri eer-was directed to give the reports.- some further ; consideration after ,v.s which It will be transmitted to the : -aldermen. CITY NEWS Henry McGrath of East Main street left to-day for Yale. A son was 1wrn Saturday to Mr and Mrs Robert P. Klersted of 101 Burton street. ' The Evening Democrat la the Peo pie's Paper. The price la 2c a copy, 42c a month, $5 a year, by mail or carrier. There was a clean slate at the police station last night and as a conse quence there was no police court thla morning. ... . Miss Margaret E. Coyle, who had been In the Catskllls for the past month, has returned home much im proved In health. Charles McCarthy, the well known clothing clerk, left to-day for the Uni versity of Pennsylvania, where he iu-. tinds to study dentistry. '"'M.- J.- Xewell's fall millinery open- nigi ctrnves -Monday, Tuesday end Wednesday of next week, 57 South Main street Have you purchased your ticket for the coming dance of Mulcahy council. K. of CJ- If not do so at once as you might get left If you wait too long. Miss Elizabeth Byrne of North Main street and George Curran of Mlddlu town will be married to-morrow morning at ten o'clock at St Thomas' church. - Miss Loretta II., Hayes will re-open her classes In dancing and deport ment at Friendly league hall on Octo ber 6. Children's classes 4:30 In the afternoon, adults 8:30 In the evening. Mr and Mrs Owen Boylan and Miss Madonna Kane, all of Port Richmond. Staten Island. N. Y., who have been visiting friends here, left to-day for Boston to spend a few days after which they will return to their home. An entertainment and dance will be given by the Thomaston-Water-vllle Whlt club at Pythian hall. Wa tervllle, to-morrow evening. The pro gram la said to be a flue one and the hearts of the dancers will be pleased because of the excellent music and the good condition of the floor. A large number of tk-kets has tee sold for the harvest promenade which Is to be given by the Big Seven Social club at Hamilton hall on Friday v enlng. The affair is sure to be a mot enjoyable one and will be remembered for some time because of its novel ties. Be sure and be one of the mer ry crowd which Is going to attend. Mlsa Xellye T. Reed wishes pupils desiring to Join the afternoon classes to be at the academy. 108 Bank street, Friday afternoon. September 29. This academy Is noted for its refined at tendance, graceful dancing and the best of care and attention Is given to each and every pupil. Advanced class will meet Monday evening, October 2. Miss Edna Capltola, daughter or Mr and Mrs Franklin R. White of High land park and Frederick Herbert Keef er of Bridgeport were married at the home of the bride's parents at High land park at 2:30 yesterday afternoon, the Rer Frank Dunwell Walter, pastor of the First Methodist church, officiat ing. The bride was attended by her sister. Miss Elrls Harriet White, and the groomsman was Charles A. Nlcta olls of Bridgeport The bride wore a costume of white silk mull and the maid of bonor a gown of similar ma terial. A large number of relatives and friends wltnensed the ceremony. After a short wedding tour Mr and Mrs Keefer will reside in Bridgeport. The committee In charge of the li fair be given by Waterbury aeria of Eagles. October 14 to 23. annouweil to-day that they had finally sotrored an attraction they have been trylnsr to secure for several weeks. It la MUa t'elll and her six performing leopard. Mile Celil has beea exhibiting all sum mer In Dreamland, Coney loland. and only consented to coma to Waterbary on payment of a fabulous price. He; act Is snre to create a big sensst". The committee has alo secured many of the leading Coney Island Mid way attractions as the loral hall will accommodate. Including the great "Altc." an Egyptian, and bis band of mind readers. "AUco" tells yoa I"r full nam oa sieTsL A bsby how win lie given on one afternoon during; Iti-m fair and a dSfil mTvWty is oTrrr.l. together wi'b ha-Klfrrte pr!. U t -j out for the Ec' haifeons. They tasj bring f a a (ortsaa. f IJ U'.