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WATERBURY ETSMG DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22,, 1907.
&venina$temocmU WATERBURY. CONN. FAMILY PARTY. fsiutd by THE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY. "1-73 Omni) St., WATtKBuav, Conh. C. Maloney, Editor and Proprietor. AND UPWARDS 0E EASY WEEKLY PAYMENTS. Without publicity at the lowest rates consistent with Bound business principles. Your dealings will bo bold strictly confldentinl and we will flpdly furnish all Information free f charge. AMERICAN I0AN COMPANY. Room 8. 'Phone. 199 Pank St Open Wednesday. Saturday Evenings. MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS. tacts Subscription Rates: ONE YEAR. J5.00 SIX MONTHS, 1'hbbj Months, 1.25 On a Month Delivered by Carrlar to say part of City. By Mall to any place la United States. Attend at the Past Office at Waterbwrij, Conn, at ucond clots Hatter. FRIDAY, NOV 22, 1907. No pnrk, no vine, no afternoon gon itllty, uo company, no nobility, no warmth, no cheerfulness, uo health fulness, no comfortable feel In any member, no shade, no shine, no but terflies, no bees NOVEMBER! Hood. T'se Brown's Quickflre Hood Char coal and avoid nearly nil of the Ills Hood "puts up his kirk about." Telephone The Undertaker. Residence. 439 East Main Street. Store. St Patrick's BlocX East Main Street no JOHN MORI ARTY UNDERTAKING. OFFICE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Telsohone 397. House 354. Office Oyer Poli's Theater Entrance. DON'T FORGET THE DEAD. The epoch of swift development and gourd-like growth Is passlng.says a writer in The Craftsman. Things aro beginning to be seen In something nearer to their true proportions, and the period of gigantic enterprises is giving place to a period of less spec tacular, but more generally diffused success. "Booms" have had their day. Mining camps and bonanza farms have, alike served their turn. The promoter has done his work well, for the country once so huge, rich, and unmanageable is now covered with farms and factories as well as with a network of railroads that, like ar teries and veins, keep life in the vast industrial system. And the industrial system itself is no longer a more or less chaotic thing of immense possi bilities, but is organized to a degree that seems to justify the growing fear that the control of it will very soon be confined to the hands of a few men. Public sentiment has changed because the times have changed. We are at a different and higher stage of our development as a nation. Our need is no longer for promoters an organizers, for the big mining camps, have mostly vanished, the bonanza farms are being broken up int" mall er holdings, and there is a growing reaction toward smaller individual in dustries in the place of tne huge or ganizations that we know as trusts. For $109.00 r lets. will Mil yoo i tuB monument suitable M twelve inscriptions. special m prices now M work to be sf bv MemsrfcJ Day. CHARLES JACZS0N & CO 111 Bask 8 treat FULTON MARKET, 258 and 262 Cherry St. CODFISH 5c per lb. HALIBUT 15c per lb. targe variety of other kinds. JOHN MOORE, Manager. Telephone. 841. PENMANSHIP Prof, l-tolley. Teaches every pupil lo write a fine, ranid. business hand, in a course of 18 private lessons, and no failure. All kinds of pen work executed in the highest deRrp of art. 167 BANK STREET. The electrification of any consider able or important portion of a modern steam railroad is a task of far greater magnitude than is generally appreci ated by thoso outside the organ iza tion responsible for the success of the work, says a writer in Engineering Magazine. To the layman it appears merely a matter of dollars intelligent ly expended to change the motive power of a railroad from steam to electricity; but to the experienced railroad official the problem bears an entirely different aspect. The selec tion of suitable equipment In face of the progress being made in branches of applied electricity is a most diffi cult question in itself, demanding the highest ability in the consulting en gineers retained. The maintenance of an unimpaired service during the transition period Is a monumental task; the adjustment of the working personnel to the new conditions; the modification of records and creation of new systems of reports to meet the altered situation in the operating de partment; the proper Installation and adjustment of the power plant trans mission, distribution and rolling stock equipment; the protection of the traveling public, safeguarding of the train service, and provision for spec ial repairs and an entirely new kind of Inspection, throw a burden upon the railroad company and its advisory experts which can be carried only by a carefully developed organization of trained men. employing the most ad vanced methods known to the trans portation and engineering professions Games and Recitations Were Enjoyed at Friendly League. About 200 invitations were extend ed by members of the Friendly League ! to members of their families for the annual Thanksgiving family party, j Guests and hostesses well filled the ! entertainment hall and a very happy! evening was spent.' Games were en joyed by the younger guests while those who prefered to sit were enter-1 tained by various recitations. The; president, Miss Ward, In a short ten minute talk dwelt upon the privilege of life under the two thoughts get the best, give the best. Miss Ward j spoke of the power of choice in all , things, friends, amusements, to look for the best and to have that which is good and then give to others what you have found of good to yourself. Miss Ward also dwelt upon looking for good in all people and if looked for, good may always be found. Miss Ward touched upon the home rela tions and spoke of her pleasure in greeting the parents and the hope that they through their daughters may enjoy the Friendly League. All present then rose and joined in sing ing the League song .after which re freshments were served, some of the members of the Thursday evening class in cookery kindly taking charge of the waiting. The evening closed with dancing. WAITED EIGHTEEN YEARS. Gift Made for Mayor Lee of Bridge port Was Just Presented. Bridgeport, Nov. 22. Eighteen years ago, John H. Rock, now fore man of the toolmakers and machin ists employed by the Union Metallic Cartridge company of Bridgeport made an interesting souvenir of Henry Lee's factory days, intending to present It to him when he was elected mayor, as Mr Rock confident ly believed he would be at that time Mayor Lee was defeated then by Judge Robert E. DeForest, and Mr Rock who had spent considerable time in making the gift, was mucr disappointed. The reminder of the days when Mayor Lee and Foreman Rock worked side by side was a min iature monkey wrench, about an Inch and a quarter long, and a silver gavel of the same size, both resting upon a cushion. On the cover of the box was this inscription: To Henry Lee, From the Factory to The City Hall. J. H. Rock. , Mr Rock was confident that Mr Lee would some day be mayor of Bridge port. His hopes were fulfilled when Mayor Lee was nominated and elected at the recent election, and a rew days ago Mr Rock made the presentation of the souvenir made eighteen years ago. MfI HE FACE TO FACE LANG LEY Dependable Goods FURNISH Comfortable Homes YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD. 144-148 S. MAIN Lang'ley For Dining Room Read over this list of Dining Room Furniture and see if there m isn't something you need for en THANKSGIVING. 1 m SL" 'l m 1 I have the best assortment I ever offered and the VALUES are BIG. THIS PILLAR TABLE BAKERIES IX THE STATE. SWING LARGE VANS FOR FURNITURE PIANOS MOVED BY HALL'S PATENT PIANO MOVER. Tcaminc of AH Kinds. STORAGE AT REASONABLE KATES OFFICE 123 MEADOW ST. Ralph N. Blakcslce HEARD IN P4SSINQ. Feems there Is a hfisht limit even to high nuance. I'lii'sidelpulu Inquirer. As If the sea luid not terror enough, it Is now pro.4-i to uive vaudeville shows on ocean liners. New York Her at J. Nothing new iilniut Hint walkius Mick fall. Nw York mn i, t r girls have Iwn walking wilb stirL" for years. Baltimore Suu. Europo is outstrip lin; th Unit! Stairs fu the matter of airship; Imi. then. Kurofr does not iiavp the M!i"i sippl river to sail on. I'LUag.j New. We nre Ri.-ul to learn thut a cure f.r tininkeniM has len found in arylltU-litrtvri(!iji-ortlii-artxTli.- i,i. in, vti take it or My It? Brooklyn Eas!e. taken." sars She advertUe incut of a new apartment hoiei. IIre it mirre5ii. Some day the Iln n:aj res.!. "Children welcome." New Tori World. Henry Clewa stays that there b pro r-T.tr enough, but tbat the trouble U Factory Inspector McLean Sending Out Statements to Owners. Hartford, Nov 22. Factory In spector George L. McLean is sending ti the owners of bakeries throughout the state statements based on the ast Inspection. Where the lnspec- ors of the department have found the bakeries In good condition the owners are sent certificates to that fleet. In the case of bakeries which did not comply with the re quirements of the law, the attention owners Is called to their condi tion and the necessary improvements recommended. There are 400 bakeries In the state. Mr McLean says that on the whole they are kept in a sanitary condition. The principal fault found with some of tnem relates to their ppearance rather than to anything affecting their product. A coat or two of whitewnh Is all that Is re quired to remed any fault that may be found with them. Mr McLean said that the law that was passed to prevent the locating of bakeries in basements is working very satisfac torily. Since Its passage about half f those which were located in base ments have been removed and lo cated In places which are on a level with the grade of the sidewalk or above It. When a bakery in a base ment Is once abandoned the base ment cannot be used again for that purpose. All the bakeries In the cities and large towns of the state are visited twice a year by the In spectors. The bakeries in the coun try places nre not visited so often as there is not th- same necessity for visiting them. All bakeries are. however, visited once a year. $1 DINING CHAIRS DINING TABLES SIDEBOARDS -BUFFETS CHINA CABINETS $1 to $10 $6 to $30 $15 to $75 $16 to $30 $20 to $40 HOME FURNISHER $1 DOWN $1 WEEK On $25 or Less. Yellow Front LANG LEY. y?iw?a iiiiwi)uim m 1 Union Credit Clothing Co Thanksgiving Specials. E L Hcllmann's Cafe, ; 4e Orana 5.reet j It is not weil distributed. There Is no Tli place where y are mr of ', 1n the question to debate, pore liquor. All the rhoi brands An overwhelming niajoritjiMS with otw f e jars kept, oa haul. Gits ns a 1 top- declares la tbe aflnnatlre. H- I rroridracr Journal pJxoxxrxriD by physicians' .".T''T Tri' . for Kidney. Urer an t .Wii 9 !-J- 22--Fornw Jng Trouble t-UM Rodger. Bepabtfc-aa Boor leader Ki: 11 I BVTr 1 to atah nte. was placed oa i. Z. WAIT5 CAiE. Sroti Xai St they con'.d Tote, it h allegod ,ono 1 " ' h- races were cat i DEPORTED XrXCHXS LAGER BEES. rise Variety of DtUcatcaaea Lbbc at A3 How. ERESCKXR it 1XL - 28 ui It Firriwrm Art. Lira Wira KilJa Prmcataai Starfml. Plriareten. X. J, Sa. 22.-Is faH f several rvmrades Jaasea T. Walter. Jr a fresaasaa la Prfacetsai BaferrmJty, waa ack4 to teal bf MI ST TAKE TARE OF IIEXS. Students at State College Will Try to Make Good front. Storrs, Not 2J. One of the Inter esting features of the senior poultry courfe this year at the state college ill be the rare of a pen of fowls by each member of tbat class. The student is allowed almost without re striction not only to choose the breed l;e prefers, but to select his birds. The pen may be run for eggs, broil ers r fancy. The youthful p-.nltry man has entire rare of the flock; the college pays the rtpenses. and next spring the profit or losa will be reck oned. After Thanktejvlns Prof J. M. Trueman expects to take his class In Iairy Breeds" to Inspect many of the farm buildings and herds In this section of the state. The trips which at first will be made with teams will come oa Saturdays. Seta U Cheney and Mr Morgan, both of Sooth Manchester, visited at the rolleee Wednesday, dining at the college common. Both are poaltry men aad came especially to see Prof C. K. Graham. H. W. Garrigus. the fame snperta teadeat. has gone to Caler-h. Ont wfcere he will srwnd a month doing! animal aasoaaair work. Before his return Mr Garrisas will attead the rattle show at Chicagn. Tie r-sBter f Gasroaado. Mr. Iaa:e! A. Bnrt. say. -I raaait say tco may for row KMaey aad tV'ad tUr Pins. I feel Eke a sew aaaa." De WitTs kVidaer aad BM4er PUI arc ail by Urn BicUataia t-baxaaacy. No doubt you are planning: to attend a Thankseivin? dinner or to spend a pleasant dav with your family away from home, and there is no reason why you should not. The clothine you are to wear for the occasion should be decided upon now. We have an enormous selection of fine garments for men, women and children that we are offering at extraordinary concessions, both in prices and terms. LADIES' COATS. The exceptionally wide ranee of styles and the remarkable values we are now offering in the highest grade new and exclu sive models in winter garments is the subiect of general com ment. We have them in all shades of broadcloth, fully satin lined: American or English kerseys. Venetian or satin lined; Rus sian pony. Caracul, and fur-lined coats, varying in price from $7.98 to $35. LADLES' SUITS Absolutely the best values in ready-to-wear garments that are eaual in construction to the best tailor made, except the price is considerably lower. We have them in almost any style you can ininx oi, maae oi every aesiraoie laonc. ana at any price you wish to pay for them, varying from $12.50 to $35. MEN'S SUITS. Our men's suits are constantly gaining new friends; thrifty men come to us instead of paying tailors fancy prices. We have now many new fabrics thatare entirely unknown to other cloth- i icrs. You had better call and see us; it means money in your pockets. MEN'S OVERCOATS. We say it frankly that no matter who your clothier is or where you live, in New Jersey or Iowa, in New York or Illinois, in Con necticut or West Virginia, in Pennsylvania. Indiana or Ohio, if you reside where we conduct a People's store you can depend upon finding the best made overcoats, the newest styles for the least money. FURS AND MUFFS Not the cheap Quality furs at hi"h prices, but the highest Qual ities at the lowest prices. We have neck pieces from $2.98 to $25. muffs from $5.98 to $15. and fur sets from $5.93 to $25. SPECIAL CREDIT If you should find the burden of the extra expense you will be called upon to make for Thanksgiving will make it inconvenient to pay cash for your clothing, we ask yon to take advantage of rar liberal credit system and assure yon that von are welcome to! anything that youlnay be in need of regardless whether you have any money or not. OUR WATERBURY STORE 194 BANK STREET, BLUUUSUHAM BULULNU. THE DEMOCRAT TC CATCH THE ETE 8 DAYS FOR jBCTS Hlp AHD BRHIG RiSULTl Extra good coats in mixed goods partly lined $1.98 each Bear Skin Coats .... $2.98 each : For This Handsome Goal $4.98 made of black kersey neatly finished and half lined. Children's Coats, Too Lots of warm dressy ones. ' Kersey coats, with astraican collar and cuffs $4.98 each Astrakin coats, dressy with lots of style coats, $5.98 each Weinstoin's Cloak Store 66 SOUTH MAIN STREET. J. SchQtt, proprietor of the CITYFISHMARKET Cor. Union and South Main Sts. recently affected by fire, wishes to announce to the public that he will be opened for business to-day at the same old stand. 11-21-6 "SAVORY" ROASTERS Your Thanksgiving dinner will seem 100 per cent more delicious if you make use of a "Savory" Roaster. Two sizes in stock. All styles and sizes of Parlor Stoves from $3.50 to $35. The pub lic is invited to call and look over our samples. P. H. GARRITY, 342 SOUTH MAIN STREET. Scientific Plumbing and Sanitary Work. 'PHONE 1059-4. DIRECTORY OF RELIABLE SPECIALISTS IN WATERBURY FUNERAL DIRECTORS. J. H. GRAY & CO, 235 North Main street, funeral Undertakers. Telephone Day or Night ARCHITECTS. J. B. DUHAIME, Room 5, 95 Bank St. LOUIS A. WALSH. Architect, 51 Leavenworth Street. ' C. JEROME BAILEY. Architect, Apothecaries' Hall Building. EDWY E. BENEDICT. 51 Leavenworth St. FRENEY & JACKSON. 61 Leavenworth St. JOSEPH T. SMITH. Architect. 36 North Main Street. THE BOSTON FRAMING CO. Fine art portraits copied. All kinds pictures framed at reasonable prices. 164 East Main Street. Thanksgiving Bargains Stamps Free Port Wine, 70 Stamps Best Butter, 10 Stamps Mixed Nuts Oranges Citron Cranberries Lemons . . Celery Bananas Dates Figs 50c 34 c 15c 25c 30c 10c 25c 15c 20c 10c 15c The Hub Grocery Co. 118 SOUTH MAIN ST, Fr9e Delivery. Telephone 711-4 M a IlliaaWII ' I'll III llll ! TITTTTrr amauau i mtmrni i. jii.ii J rarw. k ttsaiMmaiiMMM s i unmiuiii i iiwi i iiwii iniaHrJ J ftmmmmi VinZJc&V Alllaalhn. YwCeZlL All leathers, all styles, all widths 822 The only complete lino of $3,50 shoos in this city. Men in every, walk of life, in all profe- I. 3 ( sions ana iraaca, jy the gentleman Qj of leisure and the working- manUwear5ff WLDougIag en .1 - because they (j are the beat i in the world. : They are sold direct from f ae ' tory to wearer at one profit The reason W. L. glat $3.50 shoes are worn by more men m all walks of life than any other make is because they bold their shape, fit better, wear longer, and are cf greater value than any other S3 JSO shoe the world today.' j IV- . DOUGLAS 4.00 GILT EDGE SHOE Cannot Da CtpuUled m t Any Pricm. W. 1. DOUGIAS BOTT 5HTS SI TS AT) t? "J5T THE SS.STE AS SfT HOTS 1M SHOtS, TH SAMS LATHJ15. fOA SL.7S AM UM. CAlTIOf. W.UDsaasaaaa4aWaiStaassaai0nas. 1 yaTakeKaSsibatitwta. -- wuj-'J frm f finer t sort Uepy 1 nil. Caamkar baa. W. I DOFGLAA. Brack tM. Xaaa. 1 G , S3s Don tor..... W. L CCUSIAS SH: STCFi 01 WaTEESUST : S3 BAXX STREET.