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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1907.
r 16 la X THANKSGIVING less than a week away. See our Linens. . Good candies are healthful for children and grown-up folksbut to All kinds of candies ail good and priced as low or lower than at any Fancy Novelty Candy A superb showing, all sizes, shapes,-colors, exceptionally fanciful and pretty. Many odd shapes, picture and ribbon decorations lots of imported novelties. Just the boxes you want for your Thanksgiving candies, and good value at every price. SEE THESE SPECIALS. HALF A TON OP OUR FAMOUS 25c CHOCOLATES. , Compare the quality of these goods with the regu lar 40c kinds. Compare the assortment. We have all the popular kinds, including Chocolate Marshmallows, Chocolate Drage Tops, Chocolate Coffee Creams, Chocolate Peppermints, Chocolate Wintergreens, Chocolate Dates, Chocolate Lemon Creams, Chocolate Rose Tops, Chocolate Walnut Tops, Chocolate Nougatines, Chocolate Chips, Chocolate Peanut Clusters, Chocolate Almond Tops, Chocolate Raisin Clusters, Chocolate Peanut Chips, Old Fashioned Chocolates, Old Fashioned Maples, Cocoanut Dainties, Jelly Gum Drops, A pound 25c After Dinner Mints, Just the thing for the Thanks giving table, a pound 20c Maple and Chocolate Walnut Fudge, a pound .... 25c FANCY BOXED CHOCOLATES. Constitution Old Fashioned Chocolates, a box . . 15c Chocolate Bostonian Whipped Cream In lb boxes, a box i 30c Russell's Fancy Chocolates in pound and half pound fancy boxes, a pound box 60c The New Edison FULTON MUSIC CO., Inc. (146 Grand Street, "EVUYTEUrO The Shapiro Furniture Co., " INCORPORATED," Complete House Furnishers. t's Time to Think About Your Kitchen Ranges and when 70a do just call around and see as: We are the exclusire agents for the "Standard Ranges which are guaranteed to batte and heat as good as any store made. Prices that are right all styles, all sizes. $5 down. $1 per weelL Shapiro Furniture Company, Incorporated . 137 East Xiii greet, ItlW , TELEPHONES 1175 and 1175 MOST DELICIOUS CANDIES. , Everyone that likes candy can quickly detect the difference -between our pure candies and those of in ferior quality. The test of taste has firmly established our candies . as the "goodiest" of all dainty goodies. They're appetizing because they're pure made only of the very best materials by expert candy mak ers. They truly "melt in one's mouth" and leave an in sistent taste for more. Never had but one complaint, and that was from a young lady who said , they were so good that she never could eat enough of them. Thanksgiving. Half-pound box Lenox Chocolates, in a pound box Half-pound box PI'RTi! KTV3 4R Perhaps you have have "run out" pounds on sale See this line of fancy boxes on our large table at entrance. Everything suitable for Thanksgiving favors. Candy to fill them. 2 Turkeys 8c, 15c, 10c, 25c J Footballs 10c, 15c g Telephones ; . . . . 25c, 35c s Pumpkins 5c, 8c, 10c, 15c to 50c Tomatoes, Potatoes, Bananas, Cucumbers, Pears. Apples, Lemons, Peaches, Radishes, Strawber- o ries, eacn 10c to 25c Red Heart shaped Candy Boxes in 3 sizes, each 10c, 12c, 15c CANDY FOR FILLING. Assorted Cachons, - Wintergreen Berries, Celery Seed, Caraway -Seed, Cinnamon, Peppermint, 5 Wintergreen, Chocolate and Violet Drops, Beach Pebbles. PICTURE DEPARTMENT. For Christmas we have made unusual preparations r in this department. Pictures suitable for any room in the house and special displays of the popular prints. 9 The largest variety we have ever shown and at a such small prices. f Do not fail to visit this display. 2 Style Machine Opp. Post Oflice IN KTJSIC." sext to Tkeaiet. 1212. ' a s ROGERS & HAMILTON Ta- I ble Silver, the best in the land, at a reasonable price. be good they must be pure. other store. 1 Boxes for 30c splendid variety, both sizes, 40c 25c ? I nVTO 2 been disappointed when we of this delicious candy; 75 Saturday, 6 flavors, the most popular mint ever made, special, a pound .... 20c FAXCV BOXES EMBLEMATICAL OF THE THANKSGIVING SEASON. $ s If It's Made of Rubber, We Have It. Rubber Footwear. We carry the most complete line of Rubber Footwear In the city. Our prices are guaranteed to be the lowest for the same grade of any store In the city. Men's Short Roots S2.SO up Men's I -on Boots 3.7.1 Bp RojY Boot I.0O ap Cliiklrea'a Boots $1.3.1 ap Men's Rnbbrra . . .COo, 73c, 83c pair IjmIIoV Rahbrrs .... 4.V. 60e pair Boys Rabhrr 40c pair ap Children's Rabbcrs .... SOc pair ap Mca's Arctic OHe to 2-V Boy Arctic Kic mp Children's Arrtir 6.V ap Mca'a Frits and Overs 92 ap Boys' Frits aad Overs $2 ap cner 14 kinds and styles of Rob ber Footwear la stock. Toa are tare to be fitted properly. ALLIN6 RUBBER Go 61 SOUTH LHIN ST. 139 BUM STREET. WATTIKTtT I p t nniV OS"- DAJKBG Begiaaera cUsa forming Nov 7. Prirata lastractkt ky appoiatamt. udse Errrr Xniav EraiK Orcrtesastrcri Alusio TtaaWfrfa Itaawr. aa BavMadiaaa Ban, Thmday. Sauaalwr 2S. El Mrs. Bradley Admits She Struck Senator With Umbrella. . SAID AWFUL THINGS TO HER Colonel Kaighn of Salt Lake City Identifies Paper In Which Brown Acknowledged Paternity of the De fendant's Children. Washington, Nov. 22.The defense in the Bradley murder trial played its trump card when Colonel M. M. Kaighn of Salt Lake City, one of Arr thur Brown's closest friends, was call ed to the witness stand. One purpose in bringing Colonel Kaighn to Wash ington was to identify the acknowl edgment which Brown had made of Mrs. Bradley's children and which he had been shown by Mrs. Bradley in the spring of 1905 before the ink on the paper was dry. s He did not see the paper again until a few days after the tragedy. Colonel Kaighn, a bluff westerner, told how Mrs. Bradley had threatened to commit suicide unless Brown did the right thing by her and how she had made arrangements with him to take care of her papers. Colonel Kaighn said he was so Impressed that he went to Brown and told him of it. "That night," said Colonel Kaighn, "I saw them on the street together arm in arm." The witness said Mrs. Bradley came to his office many times in 1905 and 190G and that her manner was at all times distressing. i Came to Him Overjoyed. "But one day," said Colonel Kaighn, "I was sitting in my office when Mrs. Bradley burst in. She was the pic ture of happiness, with her face wreathed in smiles, and seemed unable to keep still. 'Oh, Colonel Kaighn,' she said, 'I have been coming to you with such sad things, and now I want to tell you good news. Arthur has acknowledged the children In writing,' and she handed me a paper. She danc ed round and round the room In her joy and finally sank into a chair from pure exhaustion." While Colonel Kaighn was telling this Incident Mrs. Bradley's face was lighted by a smile. Colonel Kaighn said he had been to see Brown on several occasions about Mrs. Bradley and had told him she was liable to become violently insane. Opposed Divorce For Her. Albert H. Barnes, nsslstant attorney general of I'tah, testified to having been consulted by Mrs. Bradley about obtaining a divorce from her husband after Mrs. Brown had died in 1905. He said Mrs. Bradley told him that Brown wanted her to get the divorce. Subse quently he saw Brown, and Brown told him not to. Mrs. Bradley afterward told him that Brown had informed her that the complaint Barnes had drawn up was not In proper form and that If a decree were granted it would not be valid. Mr. Barnes was on the stand when court adjourned and will be called again. District Attorney Baker concluded his cross examination of Mrs. Bradley. The woman had been told to prepare for a merciless fire of questions, and she was alert to every move of the dis trict attorney. It was a war of wits, one keen mind against another. At that rarely has the public prosecutor been so considerate to a prisoner. There was no browbeating and no at tempt to Insinuate that she was not at all times telling the truth. Pistol Not For Mr. Brown. Mrs. Bradley was questioned about a conference hpld at Pocatello by her self, Mr. Brown, Mrs. Brown and a Mr. Chrlstensen. "Then the next day the senator gave yon a pistol. Why did you take that pistol?" "Oh, the senator said that Mrs. Brown was a very vicious woman and would stop at nothing and that I might need it to defend myself. Besides, he said that on account of the notoriety concerning our relatlous I might be accosted on the street some time by men and that I might need It on such occasions." "Did yon carry It for Mrs. Brown?" "No. I did not fear Mrs. Brown." napped the witness. Mr. Bradley denied that at the con ference the senator bad accused her of belli indiscreet with other men or that she bad admitted such. "Were no men's names mentioned during the conversation?" "Oh, there might have been. Men's name were mentioned perhaps a thou sand times by Senator Brown, be was so Insanely Jealous all the time " Knocked Brown' Teeth Out. "Were not the name of Schroeder, Evan and McQuIre mentioned?" "He has mentioned those names to me often." "Do yon rememlier the time you track Senator Brown with an umbrel la dining quarrel and knocked ont some of bis teeth?" aked the district attorney. "Tea. The senator wan In one of his tnad spells. He ahnsed me awfully tod said the mot awfnl thins. Final ly I raised by umbrella, struck at blra and nit him w the month. His teeta were atrfning not shell, and the sliirht rt lick would break them off." Mrs. Bradley remarked. Yellow Fever In Barbados. Kfns9toa. British MTevt ladw. N. 22. Foot rase of yellow fever are re ported from Barbados, two fatally, Boa tbe eeemeu of the British crcav rr fadefetlfN Befliwiore and CHie Officer Ra-lecta1 Sew Tort Not. 23.-0rar . Mar ray was re-eieeted prrsideat of tbe BaV timore a ad Ohio Rafrna roaipaay at a awetla of tbe board of directors ia tbia rtty. Tbe other eCV-rr of tbe rota pa ay were aba reelected. Caiweela SMwty Year OU Mooaay. . New Tart. Nor. 22. Aadrew Carae- wEl crtrhrat bis ferrwtietb fcirtV lij aaaJTmaj aext Uoaiiy. BO BROWN STEETH POLI'S SAM BERNARD. Sam Bernard, than whom it would be difficult to name a more popular comedian with local audiences, comes to Poll's this evening in a brand new piny. The character he is portraying this year Is "Piggy Hoggenheliricr," whom he made so delightf ul in- "The Girl from Kays," but Piggy's envir onment has completely chnnged and while the essential features of the original character are preserved, he is shown In a number of new and novel surroundings which appeal ir resistibly to the risibilities of Jiis audience. Prices 23c to $1.50. Seats now on sale. "UNCLE JOSH PERKINS." "Uncle Josh Perkins," a clever ru ral comedy drama, will be in evidence at Poll's to-morrow afternoon and evening. As a play it is said to bo wonderfully original in construction and possesses many thrilling situa tions, while pathos and humor Inter mingle all through the story, every thing coining out as it should at the end. The scenic pictures, divided between "Uncle Josh's farm in Ver mont and New York city, is one of the features of the play. Popular prices. "BROWN FROM MISSOURI." From the moment the curtain rises on "Brown from Missouri" tlte in tense interest as to the outcome is awakened, and it is never allowed to doze again during the entire three acts of the play. The extremely funny situations keep the audience in an uproar. Popular prices. - MOVING PICTURES. A new European film will be seen at the moving picture exhibition at Poll's Sunday afternoon and evening when "23 cents Short ou His Wages" will be seen. Other feature pic tures among the fifty subjects are '"The Eleventh Hour," and "The Mys terious Boudoir." Tom Breen will sing illustrated songs. Trices 15 and 23 cents. Jacques VAUDEVILLE. Au unusual feature is being arrang ed to be presented at the Jacques ou Saturday afternoon when the five year old Dunedin twins will make their debut in the big bicycle act which is the headline feature this week. These two children have been trained for some time, and will per form on the smallest cycles ever made. The act itself is very thrill ing and well worth seeing. "The Wall Between," in which Miss Agnes Scott and Horace Wright appear has made a big hit and the supporting bill is excellent Next week there will be no less than three acts on the bill which could be classed as head liners. The famous team of Rice V Provost, In "Humpty Biimbs." tile six American dancers and Edwin Forsberg & Co in Emmet Carrigan's playlet, "The Vard Party." Poli's popular prices. COMING EVENTS. Nov 14, 2S St Cecilia's hall, Jef ferson street, St Cecilia's fair. Nov. 20-27 Washington Hill A. C. annual fair at their rooms on Washington street. Nov 22 Leaveuworth hall. So ciable and dunce given by the Rhy mers. Nov 20 St Thomas' hall. Beacon street, eceptlon and dance given by the men of St Thomas' parish. Nov 2" Private sociable at Odd Fellow's hall. Nov 27 City hall. Concert and dance by Lallier's .Military band. Nov 27 Mr and Mrs John F. nick's, dancing acndeicy, East Main street. Souvenir dance. Nov 2S State League park fool ball. All Watorburv vs Naugntuck. Nov. 28 City hall. 19th annual dance and reception of the Brooklyn Athletic club. November 28 Buckingham hall. What Our IFf Maintaining the Crawford reputation for progress, we have constructed a new type of range which is better than even our heretofore best. In this new design the useless and awkward End Hearth is omitted. The ashes are disposed of by falling into a HOD far below the fire, which makes their removal easier and the grates to last longer. The Coal and Ash Hods are side by side, of the same size, and the Ash Hod being emptied can te returned full of coal. There is also more room on top of these ranges. The "Palace" is extra large size and the "Castle" smaller. All the famous Crawford features are present: Single Damper, Patented Grate, Cup-Joint Oven Flues, Asbestos-Backed Oven, Improved Oven Indicator. MU ky Walker a Pratt U!f. C. Si -3 Vwm St, BOSTON DeWITT'S KIDNEY AND BLADDER. PILLS FOR. MCIACHE Thanksgiving dance by Waterhury Dancing academy; - Nov 28 Christofo Columbo hall, Naugntuck. Dance given by the mem bers of the Christofo coiumoo society. Dec 1 Citv hall. Tenth anniver sary Jubilee of the "Bund." ... Dec 6 Town hall, Watertown, min strel and dance given by Oakvllle Fire Co fire department. Dec 20 Leavenworth hall. Sixth annual reception of St Mary's Alumni association. Jan 24 Leavenworth hall. Seven teenth annual reception and dance given by St Thomas Cadets Athletic association. THEATRICAL BOOKINGS. RYIrlav. Nov. 22 Sam Bernard in "The Rich Mr Hoggenhelmer." Saturday, rsov. n uncie josn Perkins. Monday, Nov 25 Brown from Mis souri. Wednesday, Nov. 27 E. H. Scth ern. Thursday, Nov. 2S "The Honey mooners." Friday, Nov. 29 Barney Gilmore. Saturday, Nov. 30 Human Hearts. Monday, Dec. 2 Yiddish Play. Tuesday, Dec. 3 The Road to Yes terday. Wednesday, Dec. 4 Lillian Rus sell. Thursday, Dec. 5 Mary Manner Ing. Saturday, Dec. 7 Happy Hooligan Monday, Dec. 9 Mildred & Rou clere. Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 10 and 11 Wilton Lackaye. IN0NINE B a PREVENTS PNEUMONIA A fact that has been proven many times in cases right here at home. Not only does it cure simple colds and occasional coughs but it goes deeper than any other medicine for these ailments and fills the blood with vital forces that overcome obstinate colds that are apt to choke the lungs and bring on the dreaded, often fatal pneumonia. Linonine at all drug stores, 25, 50, II. JACaUES OPERA HOUSE WEEK NOV. 18-23. Polfs Polite Vaudeville Dunedin Troupe. Artistic Acrobatic Cyclists. Scott &, Wright in "A Wall Between," Ed Reynard, Leville and Sin clair, Pelots, Work & Owen, Harry Lee and others. POLI'S POPULAR PRICES. Social and Dance OF MAYFLOWER CAMP, Royal Neighbors of America, At Fraternity Hall, Monthly Evening, Nov 25, 1907. The Woodmen of America are cor dially invited to attend. 11-21-4 EAGLES' HALL ROLLER SKATING. Afternoon 2:30 to 5:30, Evening 7:30 to 10:30. MUSIC BY LALLIER'S ORCHESTRA AND MILITARY BAND. Admission Free. SKATES AFTERNOON 15c. EVENING 25c MOVING PICTURES EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT NEW TYPE of Range Means FURNITURE CO. waterbury. S0IO ST BTCK3T3 EAX FHA1XACT. Shoe Not High Priced. $1.50,$2.00 $2.25, $3.00 BEST FOR YOUR MONEY. Men and Boys' Value Shoes. $2.00, $2.50. $2.75, $3.00. CONN. BOOT & SHOE CO., 28 East Main St. POLI'S THEATER. i,, FRIDAY. NOV 22. Sam Bernard in the Enormously Suc cessful Musical Farce. "THE RICH MR H0GGENHEIMER" Prices 25c to $1.50. POLI'S THEATER. SATURDAY, NOV. 23-MATINEE AND NIGHT. The Big Fun Show "UNCLE JOSH PERKINS." POPULAR PRICES. POLI'S THEATER. SUNDAY, NOV 24 MATINEE AND NIGHT. lai eioYii "20c Short of His Wafces.'' .50 OTHERS. , ' TOM BREEN WILL SING. PRICES 15 AND 25 CENTS. POLI'S THEATER. MONDAY, NOV 25 MATINEE AND NIGHT. IROWIifOBilwi" The Successful Musical Farce, Book and lyrics by Edgar Woolf, Music by Clarence J. Fenny. With pretty women and clever comedians. Fopular prices. DANCING Mr and Mrs John F. kick's dancing academy over the 5 and 10 cent store. New class for beginners will start Thursday evening, Nov. 21. Advanc ed class with orchestra music Friday evenings. Children's class Saturday afternoon. Ball room and fancy dancing. Tel. 177-5. Would you be without what you want when a 25c ad might get It? our booklet. Weak Kidneys, Lane Bade Inflammation of U Bladder IVEI'STEUITIIEHT2J nrial moving MS I L Send (or