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WATERBURY ETCHING DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1907.
GRIEVE, BISSET&HOLLAND 38. 40 Bank Street. Tel Waterbury's Bujy Corner Store. Agents for thn ladies Home Journal Patterns. 583 Our Thank S sgivmg silo NAUGATUCK OAKVILLE WATERVILLE WATERTOWN Surprise has followed surprise all during this sale. Every time oiit. of our advertisements appeared, new prices were laid bare. You know full well the quality of tins Roods involved. No goods were purchased especially for sale reasons, but instead this sale concerns only our regular lines of merchandise, so you can expect with all confidence to find the best values ever offered. WOMEN'S ODD LOTS OP MEDIUM YVEICHT I'NIION SUITS. Seconds of the .$1.00 quality. Sale pricu . .:." each W O M K X S H 1. E A (' II K I) FLEECE LINED KIItl'.ED VESTS AND l'ANTS. Regu lar price 5tic. S,il0 price "!c ea. WOMEX'S FAST BLACK COTTON HOSE. With white feet. KeKiilar price l-'jc. Sale price 10e .1 pair. BOYS' FLEECE LINED SHIRTS AND DRAWERS. Shirts in sizes 30 and 34. Drawers in sizes 28 and 312. Regular price 50c, Sale price 20c each. A SPECIAL LOT OF WO MEN'S SUITS. About ten la the lot in black and fancy mixtures. Original price was $11' to .$15. Sale price ,$3.!S a suit. ODD LOTS OF WOMEN'S COATS that sold from $5.00 to ?10.0S. One lot now $1.00 each The other lot now.. !?2.!lS each WOMEN'S $10.08 RAIN COATS, In tan color. These are a little soiled so we've marked them at the quick money price of ... $3.08 each WOMEN'S PERCALE HOUSE WRAPPERS. In a variety of styles. Regular price $1.00 Sale price 70c each Hundreds of other special values that will benefit you if you but attend this sale. GRIEVE, BIS SET & HOLLAND "Positively the Lowest Prices In the City." Thanksgiving Millinery and Furs. As the holidays approach, don't get doubtful about what styles your Hat or Furs are to be. The magnitude of our season's variety and the beauty of our styles will certainly help you iu deciding. Come in, let us show you. Boston Millinery Store P FRIEDMAN, PROP. So. Main Street, Next to Benson's. Tie VVATERBURY TRUST COSMY 132 GRAND ST., WATER BURY, CONN. CAPITAL $200,000. Transacts a General Banking Business. A Legal Depository for Court Fuuds and authorized to act as Executor, Guardian. Administrator and Trustee. 3 Interest on Deposits Subject to Check. 5 C. L. Holmes, rres., M. L. Sperr y. Vice Pres., H. S Seeley, See-Treaa. J NAUGATUCK NUGGETS Mrs Cassie Vandell of Hill street is visiting friends in Middletown. A son was born yesterday to Mr and Mrs John Bowe of Boacon Falls. A son was born yesterday to Mr and Mrs Peter Quinn of Olive street. The Elderly Ladies' whist club met yesterday with Mrs E. C. Barnum of Elm street. A number of Nauagtuck people will attend the Yale-Harvard game to morrow at Cambridge, Mass. G. Endeman of New York city is spending a few days with William A. Whittaker of North Main street. Mid-week service will be held in the parish house this evening at 7:30. The subject is "Jesus and Peter. The Naugatuck high school foot ball team has issued a challenge to the Crosby high school team of Wat erbury. Thomas O'Loughlin, grand state secretary of the Foresters of America ; attended a banquet in Rockville last ! night. The Naugatuck football team will i meet to-night for practice at 8 o'clock and all members are requested to be on hand. The choir of the Salem Lutheran church will give a neck tie and apron social this evening at 8 o'clock in the church basement. John Doyle of Honolulu is visiting his sisters, Mrs Frank Clark of Rub ber avenue, and Mrs T. A. Kennedy of Cherry street. Edward Smith of Wooster street will claim damages from the borough for the loss of a pig that was recent ly killed by a dog. The Delta Pi fraternity will give a dance this evening at Columbus hall to which three hundred invitations have been issued. 'The Naugatuck high school foot hall team will play the Alumni team on Thanksgiving morning at 10:30 o'clock nt firemen's field. Miss Mamie Sullivan who has re turned home from Wallingford where she has been for some time past, her health being greatly improved. An anniversary requiem high mass was celebrated this morning at St Francis' church for the repose of the soul of the late Miss A. Ryan. Mrs Mary A. Barrow of High street expects to leave to-day for Na tick, Mass., where she will visit her brother, Harry Noble, of that city. The Young Men's Catholic Institute has issued 300 invitations for their smoker that will he held in their rooms on the evening of December 3.1 Rev E. A. Zettestrand, some time before he can use both arms again. The funeral of the late Sadie Bar rett was held this morning from the home of her parents on Riverside Drive to St Francis' church where a requiem high mass was celebrated. A delegation from the Ladies' Auxiliary to the A. O. H., of which she was a member attended the funeral. The floral tributes were numerous. Inter ment was in St James' cemetery. D. A. B. PILGRIMAGE. OAKVILLE HAPPENINGS Mrs Concannmi of Torrington was a visitor with friends here yester day. Mrs Charles Hotchkiss has re turned to Plymouth, after a, brief visit with relatives here. Andrew Finn of Wood street, who was threatened with pneumonia, is reported much improved to-day. The work .on the bridge across Steele brook Is progressing favora bly and if the weather remains fine the job will be completed next week. Mrs John Wheeler of the Glen re turned from the New Haven hospital last night, whevo she went several clays ago for treatment, somewhat improved. The local factories have not put any of their employes on short time as yet, though it is thought the fac tory of the Oakville Co is to begin a five-day schedule to-morrow. Complaint is being made of .the condition of the main road near the new cement bridge crossing Steele brook. There is a low spot on the east side of the bridge where the water lodges and which should be looked after by the proper authori ties. Connecticut Chapter to Commemorate Oliver Ellsworth's Death. Windsor, Nov. 22. Tuesday, No vember 26, will be observed by the Connecticut chapter of the D. A. R. In memory of Oliver Ellsworth, whose death occurred 100 years agd that date. Mrs Sara T. Kinney, state re gent, has. sent out invitations to all the members of the D. A., R. organiza tions of this state to be present at the exercises, which will be held in the First Congregational church, and ln vitations have also been extended to the various churches of tnls town and the community in general Is cordial ly Invited to attend. The exercises will commence at 2:30 p. m. and addresses will be de livered by Judge Simeon E. Baldwin of the supreme court of Connecticut on "The Public Services of Oliver Ellsworth," and Rev Dr Samuel Hart of the Berkeley Divinity school of Middletown, will deliver an address on "His Character as a Citizen." Rev Roscoe Nelson, pastor of the church, will read the funeral sermon that was delivered at his funeral. Seats will be reserved for the descendants of Oliver Ellsworth and his wife, Abigail Wolcott Ellsworth. The choir of the church is rehearsing appropriate mu sic for the occasion. Oliver Ellsworth is the patron saint of the Connecticut chapter of the D. A. R. and especially the local chapter of the organization, which is named in honor of his wife, "Abigail Wolcott Ellsworth." His old homestead is now the property of the association. FILL YOUR STAMP BOOK& AT THE A. & P. STORE. AND GET YOUR HOLIDAY PRESENTS KODOL is offered on a guaranteed plan for the relief of heat burn,, flat ulence, sour stomach, belching of gas, nausea, and all stomach troubles. It digests what you eat. It will make you healthy. Sold by the Buckingham pharmacy. TIMELY TOPICS. WATERVILLE NIGHT SCHOOL OF employs four practical stenographer s who have had years of actual office experience. We give the best shorthand tra'ning. Three positions filled last week and two more already this week with Trolley Express Co and II. W. KeelerCo. Call to see the school. New Buckingham Bldg., NeiI to Past Office. the Swedish Lutheran church, has re turned from Concord, N. II., where he was attending the New York confer ence meeting. The fair given Wednesday after noon and evening by the Ladies' Aid society of the Congregational church was a social and financial success. Be tween $300 and $350 was realized. The Red Men's association will hold a dance to-morrow evening at Red Men's hall. Prentzel's orchestra will furnish music and a very pleas ant evening is assured to all who at tend. The funeral of the late Patrick Dullard was held this morning from his home on Cherry street to St. Francis' church, where a requiem high mass was celebrated. The inter ment was in St. Francis' cemetery. The statement that the midnight train would be put on again begin ning next Monday was received here Waterville company, U. R. K. of P., will give a sociable and dance in Good Will hall on Wednesday even ing, November 27. James and Edward Merriman have returned from a hunting trip to Falls Village and are showing to their friends a large fox as a result of their trip. The Cosmopolitan Rod and Gun club held their annual game supper In the dining room of the vVaterville hotel last evening. The president of the club, Albert Ciacclo, held the seat of honor at the head of the table. Speeches were made by the various members and toasts given to the enthusiastic president and the success of the "Cosmos." A game supper has been planned for next pastor of Wednesday evening to be held In f iremen s dining nail. The mem bers of the club present were Albert Claccio. James Burns, George True love, Edward Lachance, Charles Schoonmaker and Albert Emmons. WATERTOWN JOTTINGS Mrs George Harper is seriously ill. Miss Abbey Sperry has gone to New York and expects to spend the winter there. John Hart has sold his farm, just over the line in the town of Wood bury, to Fred Lynn. The condition of Mrs Mary Hard, who has been 111 for some time, has not noticeably Improved since last reports. The Greenville factory was closed this afternoon In honor of the late T. D. Higgins. who had been eni- yrsterday and it was good news to all Po'pd ,npre f the twenty- -h hnve rn-ranion tn Hn anv traval. eism years, ana to give tne em- ing down the valley after 7 o'clock ln!',loves ,the nrivlIt'Se of attending the the evening. funeral. National Grange Electa Officers. Hartford. Conn., Nov. 21!. The na- Ohickering Eranich&Bach Gabler, Sterling, I Huntington, Piano FOR SALE ONLY BY M. Sonnenberg Piano Company, 175 Bank St., Waterbury, Conn. write nm cinrTLttns. A number of the members of Court Juana. Daughters of Isabella, will go i to A n son la next Sunday night to list- ' en to Dr John (I. Coyle of New York,; "n:il grange has chosen the following ! who will deliver a lecture in the City ! officers: National Master Nathan J. hall. The subject will be "John j Baohelder f Concord. N. II., was re Barry, Father of the American Navy." elected. State Master T. C. Atheson j The Naugatuck high school foot-'0'' West Virginia was chosen over ball team will play a game to-morrow , seer. IJeorge W. E. Gaunt of New Jer afterniMin on firemen's field and thelrjsey re-elected lecturer and J. A. New nppnnents will he either the Company j comb of Gordon. Coin., steward. Mrs. C team of Waterbury or the Carleton; Era S. McDowell of Rome. N. Y, was A. C. team of New Haven, the later1 re-elected treasurer. mnipnwi in lormer members or tne New Haven high school team. Benjamin, the young son of Mr and Mrs Kigar Bristol of Platts M....who Hearet la Held For Trial. New York. Nor. 22. William R. Hearst was held for trial hy Justice irartured tils t-lt arm atraut two Wyatt In the rourt of special sessions weeks ijro at the public play grounds,' on the charge of criminal libel prefer l:ad the misfortune to break hs right !rwi aKa,t him by William Astor arm yesterday by a fall. A physician ( chnnUv. Mr. Hearst was held In fOUQ red.i.-ed ,h.. frature but It wiU he NIItWhWl w ,mRW,h,pr fnrnished. DONALDSON'S AFRICAN PILE CURE. A sore cure for Itching, tleed-ac; .blind or rrotrvdiee; piles. A full frasranee witk erety box. Price 20c and f 1 a box. Address EOOJt 33. UXCOLS BXU'C 2 Casnoa St.ert SridjftMrt. Con a u Exclusive excellence generally jj commands a price, but you pay g no more for the best of alT 5S O 9. o S 0 If You Want a Carpenter, call THE 0AXYHLE C0XPAXT. maters of WIRE ATD XZTAl GOODS. P. O. Freight sad Ei press Addressi- CEO UPHAM, Builder, IL'i- Co" Tep U fcreti Wia-rw Street Wa'erssrr. Coaa. '41 Howard Street. Address.! New Tors, office S 0 V Q 9 m White Rose Ceylon Tea etii. 85 The Boston Furniture Co sell lamps, crockery, lace curtains, and all kinds of furniture. Wenzel's ready to wear garments for men are the kind that have style and quality. , Read about Ueid & Hughes' candies. Fancy novelty boxes for Thauksgiv ing. Big bargains in all the latest styles in shapes and trimmings at New York li.illinery store. The Waterbury Umbrella manu faeturers at Vi'J Bank street make, repair umbrellas, trunks, bags, etc. Don't miss the offers of the Eng lish Woolen Mill Co. Free trousers with suit or overcoat. Fenner has carvers, soup ladles, meat forks, dinner sets and all kinds ot baking dishes. J. B. Mullings & Son have the clothing that college men, business men aud men of every walk in life wear. (!et the Model Market prices be fore you leave your order for a Thanksgiving dinner. Coffee cakes iu abundance at the Trott Baking Co to-morrow at 10c each. Harding w.ould like to have you seep his self basting roasters, lhe prices are Ttiic and Hlk-. Get clothing at the Union Credit Co's in the Buckingham building. Terms are easy. Ziglatzki-Marks is headquarters for passe partout materials, gummed binding, mat boards, etc. Bead E. 11. Towle's aa to-night for free phonographs. Everybody can have music iu their homes. Jones, Morgan & Co are showing some handsome new all worsted suits at .$15, $1S and ?:0. Furnish up your dining room from I.angley's big stock of furniture. Low prices. Big meat sale to-morrow at the 1'ublic Market. Fresh shoulders at ll'c a pound. Grieve, Blsset & Holland have some bargains every day that sur prise the buyers. ' Men's overcoats nt tiately & Bren nnn's from $12 up; ladies' coats, J up. Big line of furs. The Guarantee Credit Clothing Co have men's biiIIh And overcoats, la dies' suits and furs. Easy payments. High water shoes nt Dodge's for f.'t.."x, fl.5ii. .".: and ;.." The Old Buxton Distillery has put Thanksgiving prices on its bottled goods. Sep ad to-night. Sale of guaranteed Mack silks at Miller & Peck's, I!) Inch -taffeta at 10c a yard. To-morrow will ! the l!,,t d.iy of Mailhiot's tenth anniversary sale. Tbansgiviiig bargains and free stamps at the Hub (irocery store, lit stamps with one pound of butter. 60 50 40 25 20 60 EXTRA STAMPS WITH TEAS, COP- FEES AND GROCERIES AND SEASONABLE SPECIALTIES. 30 stamps with 1 lb 35c Coffee. 25 stamps with 1 lb 30c Coffee. 20 stamps with 1 lb 25c Coffee. 0 stamps with 1 lb 20c Coffee. TEAS. stamps with 1 lb 70c Fancy Chop Tea, extra fine, stamps with 1 lb 60c Tea. stamps with 1 lb 50c Tea. stamps with 1 lb 40c Tea. stamps with 1 lb 35c Tea. stamps with 1 can A. & P. Baking Powder .... . 50c 25 stamps with 1 bottle A. & P. Extracts .. 25c 10 stamps with 1 lb Oregon Prunes 10c 15 stamps with 1 can A. & P. To matoes . . 15c 10 stamps with 1 can White Wax . Beans 10c 10 stamps with 2 pkgs A. & P. Ball Blue ....... 8c 10 stamps with 1 pkg Wheat Berries 10c 15 stamps with 1 can Lobster, 25c 15 stamps with 1 can A. & P. Peaches 25c 10 stamps with 2 cans Sardines, each 5c 10 stamps with 2 pkgs Korn Kinks, each 5c SEASONABLE SPECIALTIES AT LOWEST POSSTBLE PRICES. Valencia Raisins, a lb . . . ... 10c A. & P. Seeded Raisins, a pkg, 15c Cluster Raisins, a lb 15c London Layer Raisins, a lb .... 12c A. & P. Cleaned Currants, a pkg, 12c Citron, a lb 25c Orange Peel, a lb 15c Lenon Peel, a lb .15c Special Sale At Halpern's N. Y. Bargain Store, 288 North Main Street This Week. Parlor lamps and jardiniers at half price. Full line of Christmas goods. Come early and select and we will hold them for you. You will find our line lowee In price than anywhere else in town. Prompt delivery. BREAD BOXES AT 29c, 390, AND 59c. Copper Bottom Heavy Wash ' Boilers, regular price 1.25, sale price flfia Copper Bottom Heavy Wash Boilers, regular price $ 1.49, sale price $1.15 Copper Bottom Heavy Wash Boilers, regular price fl.69, sale price $1.35 All Copper Tea Kettles, 'regular price 1.95, sale price $1.39 Wine and Lemonade Sets at very low prices. 'Phone 125-2. A Square Deal to All of Our Patrons, A Pair of Handsome Pictures or a Large Mirror ABSOLUTELY FREE 29 E. Main Call 857.4 THE TALE OF A TUB, To every customer who will purchase Boots, Shoes or Rub bers at our store amounting to $20.00, we will give without any cost a pair of handsome pictures or a large mirror. All our stock is new and you al ways get the greatest possible value for your money. PREMIUM SHOE STORE. ' We do Repairing Notice. at Short so far' as laundry work Is concerned, is a tale of the past In up-to-date laun dries. Machinery that is exact, thor ough, and yet extremely delicate In Its handling of the flimsiest fabrics, has superseded the hand-work of long ago. We are looking for the trade of particular people who want their linen washed right and delivered on time at the right kind of price If you send them to us. 50c-A WEEK'S FAMILY WASHING 50c New Method Family Laundry, 36 Ward SU Waterbury, Conn.. Tel. 136 Ladies' and Gents' Reliable A Berman & Bro. 221 Bank St. Waterbury, Conn I'.cst remedy for mothers to use Is Kennedy's laxative i'ougli 8ymp. It tastes nearly as gnol as maple sugar. II rent a in no opiates. Sold by the Buckingham pharmacy. FIVE PERISH IN FIRE. iami and j j n-M inn nun .I,,.,,,,, HHjjj lms! Easy Terms, Satisfaction Guaranteed. WALLACE & WALSH 25 Abbott Ave.. Near Jacques' Opera Kous. New York Millinery CO. 73 South Main St. Announce a Thanksgiving Sale now ready. Itlg bargains in all the latest stylos in street, dress, eieniu? and ready to wear hats. A full Hue of children's bats. ; Everything In millinery uoveltiea at low prices. Gire us a rail. DR. A. D. VARIELL, Office: Apothecaries Hall Building. Hours : 2 to 4, and 7 to 8 p. m. Pennsylvania Covple Sm H Children Burn. Franklin. r. Nor. 22. Thomas Zn rer. aa oil producer, and bin wife. Ur ine fifteen miles north of thin rity. stnotl by and watched their home, with Bi-e rhlMmn In it. Mini to the pmnnd. power! to render them any asoist aw'. The de-sd are Emery, aed twelve: Roland, aprd ten: May. aired eUht: Lottie, aped sit. and Unto, aired four. Only the berntr effort of the fa ther prereoted Wllbnr. aped Keren teem. in eftmi. aeed fourteen, rrom meet- In the same fate. The f- e via eaosed Ir an rerfceat-1 ed ran store on the aromid Boor. Mr. and Mrs. Zrer aad a sfs-aanatbs-oid rbiSd rrnpied a adjoiniiur roots. Wbea the aaother was awakened by the odor of somke at 5 a. aa, toe whole brase was ablaae. 5 be aad her hwa- haad were ewmened to Himb oat a window. The fre efcildrea erideatfy had a Bmred fmaa their beds, ha viae eftoer beea readered hep4eao by frtg&t or rafforated bf the smoke before tha amea reached theam. APS Lenox o a p AT SPECIAL SALE. 7 Bars for 25 c. $3.50 per box, 100 cakes - nil n l it yw L i ine wmte-bimmons Uiy 11 rbone 710. WHOLESAIJ& aad RETAIL . ' f