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WATER DUR Y EVENING DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1003.
r Get Year Furs Ready. 1 n i mm Jackets. Muffs, Collars, Boas, Etc, made to order In first class style and workmanship, ; All kinds of Furs repaired and . re-dyed in a thorough manner at very moderate prices. S. Seligson, The Practical Furrier, Formerly with Asch b Jeackel of V New York. 123 Grand Street, Buckingham Block. ' Previously located at 87 East Mala St 'y N. B. Place jour orders early to avoid delay. ' , .- : . FOR SALE In the business center of Baldwin street, 1 house, 1 store, a barn and large lot; a 14 room house near cen ter, all improvements; a hpuse on Abbott avenue, all Improvements, steam heat; a 2 family house near East Main; a 1170 piano for $70 cash. For particulars see ' THOMAS FENTON, Real Estate and Insurance, ' Room 14, , 65 Bank Street. BARON al. TORKOMIAN, REAL ESTATE Bought, Sold, Ex , changed. Loans Negotiated. 109 Bank Street. Room 13. FOR SALE. This beautiful one Hundred and eight acre farm, eight room house, large hew barn, wagon house, ear penter shop, slaughter house and poultry houses. Twelve acres ot pine timber, forty-live tons ot hay. This land is under a high state ot cultivation, in tact everything Is in a flrst-claas condition. Located near a railroad station, end twelve miles from 'Worcester, a elty ot 147,000 people. Worcester being a no license city this year, the people will have plen ty of money to buy vegetables. Price $8,800. Call or write .'' New England Land & Realty Go. Bolt an T. M Beak It Tel I1M. There Are only three building lots on Cooke street You will be pleased if you buy one or allot them. - John J. Geraghty ... Real Estate, Insurance, Rooms 6-7. tl BAST MAIN. STREET. Fairmount Houses and Lots Are Increasing in Value , Constantly . Give us a Call if You Want a Home in a Good Locality THE REALH DEV. CO. Joaes-Koms Buildinc FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED" Who will be the lucky one to get . this - handsome three family house situated on a fine corner lot only , two minutes'' walk from' East Main street; 10 minutes from the center. . This house is one ot the handsom est and best built houses in tne city. Practically new; first class condl- i tlon inside and out. rnce ana terms ; will be made right; speak quick. DANIEL T. FARRINGTON. 337 East Main Street (LOANS! V And Upwards . J EASY -WEEKLY PAYMENTS. Wvna u hi need of mad? money with which at m the landlord, the butcbar or grwer. cos , teas and get what you want privately. K d- S In bow Um mm day you eply. I H smart a. laesjasue. nsramua. varouv J awi enow aseucraoM givea American Loan Go. Telephone 136. WANTED. WANTED Experienced saleslady tor muunery; price no oojeci. wan New York Millinery Co, 7 South WANTED Two first class machin ists who can read drawings and as semble automatic machine, also one Al boring mill hand. Apply P. O. box 620. 16-16-8 WANTED To take young lady's or gentleman's washing, ironing aud mending at home. Call or address 17 H Wood st. . 10-14-8 WANTED Salesman Excellent op portunity tor up to date active man. Apply manager, 78 East Main st. 10-8-tt WANTED The people to know it they have not 87 for a ton of coal they can get a big bag of Otto Ooke from their grocer tor a dime. WANTED I Cash wilt be paid for a three family house In a good neighbor hood Call at the Real Estate and Fire Insurance office ef De H TIBRNEY, 167 BAN! 8T&EXT. FOR SALE t mat, I I . ... i FOR SALE New piano, 1195, 810 down. 86 oer month, a big bargain; Estey organ, 810. Call at James M. Fulton's new music store, 95 Bank st, over Mullings's. 1 10-14-3 FOR SALE Apples, apples, at Bohl building. 694 WeBt Main st; N. Y. state hand picked fruit, 8 2 to 88 per barrel, you rurnisn narrow, Price ft Horton. 'Phone 1636-6. - 10-14-tt FOR SALE A two family house on Orange st, price 82.200, rent 8264 ner vear. 1300 down. For partlcu- Mars see W. R. Adams, 78 Abbott ave. , . io-8-o NOTICE. Tim a having? Alanaed the follow Inir nlnripaa will hn Bold at DrivatO Bale if not called for by the 1st of November, 1808. -.. Number , Article Date Issued 1636 watch Oct. 14, '07. 2203 ring Feb. 4, '08. 2487 ring Feb. 24, '08. 2494 watch Feb. 26, '08. 2544 ring , April 14, 08. 2548 , ring ' - April 18, '08. 2507 watch March 14, '08. 2611 r watch March 18, '08. 2515 watch March 20, '08. 2526 ring March 30, '08. 2532 watch April 1, '08. 2533 , watch and chain April 1, '08. 2639 watch April 10, '08. 2546 ring April 15, '08. Many other bargains on , hand, come in and see them. S. M. SCHNEER, Jeweler. 198 SOUTH - MAIN STREET. FOR SALE A three family house in the south end;: 15 rooms, all Improvements, rents for 8588 a year. Price 84,600. A bargain. See us quick. Dunne, Brown St Co. 07 So Main St. Business Cards J. B. GRAY A CO 888 North Main st Funeral Undertakers. Tele phone day or night. LOUIS A. WALSH Architect. Leavenworth 1 O. JEROME BA1LET Architect, Apothecaries' Hall building. FRENEY A JACKSON Architects, 81 Leavenworth at. JOSEPH T. SMITH Architect, 88 North Main st OLD!!! That little 11 acre olace near Oak ville. Who wants 12 acres on Cheshire road in Cheshire this side of "The Notch" for $600. E. W. MOORING, 26 EAST MAIN ST. The Continental Highlands. Where are they! They are three and one-half miles from the green on the Middlebury Road. We have one of the prettiest pieces of land in your city, one-half acre lots. Imagine. 100 x250 Lots. Don't he bluffed with the bur ad vertisementi. set on the car and see for yourself our 60 'foot Boulevard. Get a drink from one of our numerous springs as you go up the Boulevard. We don't say it is 5 or 10 minutes' walk from the trolley, for we are right on the line. There ia to be two shade trees put on every lot; also running water ia each house. Howe Land Co., Yi2a XiCziy llz. TO RENT TO RENT 4 rooms, Chambers st. Inquire ot Thomas Downey on premises, 10-15-8 TO RENT Tenements of 8 and 4 rooms at 84 Washington st. P. T. Coogan. 10-15-8 TO RENT Cottage on Tudor st, price 818 per month. Inquire at Joslln's bakery, 621 South Main st. 10-18-8 TO RENT Tenement of four rooms with all Improvements, nrst noor, South st, new house. Inquire 65 Benedict st, J. B. Smith A Co, Inc. . , . 10-15-8 TO RENT A cottage house ot four rooms, Junction ot Norm Main ana Cooke sts,: 81&i tenement ot five rooms, all improvements, 816; tene ment of 5 rooms, all Improvements, 814.. Inquire Martin J. McEvoy, 42 Bank st 10-16-3 TO RENT Five rooms, first floor, 68 Vine st; 6 rooms, second floor, 60 Vine st; 4 rooms, first floor, 93 Wood st; all improvements, fine condition: rent low for winter. W. R. Price, .16. Willard st. 'Phone 855-3. J.O-H-U TO RENT Store, tenement nnd barn; has been used almost contin uously for grocery and other busi ness for the past thirty years. In quire 9 Fuller st, city. 10-12-6 TO RENT Storage room,' 81 and 82 per month. Inquire John Morlarty, over Polls theater. ' iz-4i-u. TO RENT A new 9 room house, 12 minutes' ride from the center; price right. Overlook Land Co, 11 East Main st. Tel 1004. 10-6-tf TO RENT Four steam heated flats within 2 minutes' walk ot Exchange place. Overlook Land Co, 11 East Main st Tel 1004. 10-5-tl TO RENT Stores and flats In the hew block corner East Main and Cole sts; rents reasonable. Eugene Martin, 97 Union st . 10-Z-tl TO RENT Tenement ot 4 rooms, first floor, Improvements, 69 Fuller st. , Inquire on premises. 5-zs-u TO RENT -Tenement with all Im nrovementa. John Morlarty. over entrance to Polls theater. 4-21-tf Miscellaneous LOST 86 and a pocketbook with change, Wednesday evening, be tween City hall and South st. Find er will please return to Democrat office and receive reward. 10-16-3 FOUND At 315 Bank st, F. W. Lu cas's cigar store, one of the largest and best selected stocks of pipes and smokera' articles and all the favor ite brands of cigars and tobacco. Cigars by the box a specialty. Call and see us and you will surely come again. M. A. DCLAC, builder and contrac tor, stair builder and cabinet mak er, store fitting a specialty.' -Office and sbOp with J. E. Smith. & Co, 6o Benedict st, Waterbury, Conn. Res idence 62 Tracy ave; postofflce box MACHINIST Have building and or ders; wlBh to connect with party having some trade and machinery. Address U. S., Evening Democrat. - 10-6- tf NEW AND SECOND HAND FURNI TURE The cheapest place In the city to buy your furniture. I have whatever you want at. the lowest prices. If you have any second hand furniture to sell let me give you a price on it. Philip Miller, 249 South Main st 9-24-tt ATTENTION DENTISTS We have everything in this neigh borhood except a dentist We have the ideal quarters, over Poll's en trance, to ront Now occupied by ! Moriarty, who is moving into new tore down stairs. Inquire at Mori rty's, 147 East Main st DANBURY HAT STORE, 74 Grand st, is where you get that 31.90 and 31.40 hat that in yeais past you have found has no equal. Remem ber the place, 74 Grand st, opposite Democrat office. 9-16-tt Try a Democrat Want Do Not Forget That sooner or later You will have a fire in In jour home. FIFTY-FIVE THOUSAND HOUSES Are burned Annually In the United States. Are you properly covered By Fire Insurance ? If not, see us at once. The' cost is small. Insurance of every kind For any amount written By this office. Root & Boyd INSURANCE. HO' Batik Street. Tehc 733-4. TO-MORROW AT 2 O'CLOCK Hosiery ' , Ribbed Underwear Art Goods Millinery Foliage and Feathers Belt Department s Glove Department ' Comb Department Men's and Boys' Furnishings Veilings Jewelry Department ... ' Muslin Underwear Department Candy Department Candy Manufacturing Dept in operation in plain sight Ribbon Department Laces and Hamburgs Paper Goods Department Mill Remnant Department Short Lengths and Mill Rem nants ot Prints, Wash -Goods and Domestics. And Remember Nothing Over 25c in the Store Our Biggest Bargains arc NOT advertised. Those who get the habit of going through the Arcade will get the good things that are offered from day to day. W.T.GRANT CO. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. FOR SALE Square piano in good condition; $20 takes it. 118 Cher ry st. 10-16-3 FOR SALE At half price, oak side board, cooking range, oak . dining table and chairs, carpets,, some ex cellent bedding, iron beds and good mattresses. Address Box C, Demo crat 10-16-3 WANTED An honest French young man to fill a position that will bring a good salary and steady work. Apply at Democrat office. , 10-16-3 TO RENT Tenement of five rooms, all Improvements, at 40 Union st. Inquire Vincent Orlando on prem ises. 10-16-3 The customers who trade with m never wear Cheau Clothing. Thev buy on credit because in this way ther can afford to wear the : best. If they wanted anything cheaper than we sell they could spare the cash to pay for it, and would not need credit. Our Clothine is UNION MADE, stylish and up-to-date in every particular and fully guaranteed. All unsatisfactory purchases will be cheerfully ex changed. Our stock is complete in every way. waiting for our Old Friends and New Friends, too. OLD FRIENDS are the greatest asset of our business. We always try to give the sort of service that that makes and keeps friends. If honest prices, honest goods and a souare deal all the time will win friendship, we will have it if you give us a chance. Buy now and pay us on easy weekly payments. Men In our Men's Department will be found a grand assortment of Pults and Orercoulf. Sut ta In al 1 the new Fall stvks and shades, brown, Olive and grey, perfect (jtilng and guaranteed to please. $7.50 to $25.00 MenVranrv Waistcoats In all the latest awortment to select from, $2.50 to $7.00 Women Come in day while our range of iaes is still complete. We can satisfy you in ererr waft we guarantee that. The new Direc lot re gowns, in blue. mrtk. Catawba and Wistaria are here In great profusion at prices tnat win suit. $10.00 to $50.00 Kew Fall Lace Waista, with long steeTes. In while and F.om yoke hack and front of heavy Insertion ana mea anions,, all aises. $2.50 upwards No Charge for Alterations. Open Wednesday and 53-55 Center St WATERBURY'S Oep'm't Store OPENS ITS DOORS SOME OF ITS DEPARTMENTS ARE Dressmakers' Notions Leather Goods Pyrography Department - Music Department Enamel Ware, Tin Ware and Wire Goods Department Wooden Ware and Basket De partment Paint Department Hardware Department Infants' Goods Department Book Department Picture Department Corset Department , Stationary Department Soda and Ice Cream Parlors Drapery Department Colgate's Toilet Requisites ETC., ETC., Jones, Morgan & Co have new, fresh fall suits of best workmanship and weaves, $15 to $40. J. B. Mullings & Son can fit out man or boy with the latest clothing and furnishings. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTED Woman to take care ot 2 years old child. Call 64 High st. 10-16-3 . DISTRICT OF ' NATOATUCK, 69. PRO bite Court. Oct. 12th. 1908. Estate of Bridget Blaiufleld, 1st of Ksuga tnclc, In wild district, deceased. The Court ol Probate for the district of Kaluga tuck, hath limited and allowed ail months from the date hereof, for the creditors of said estate to exhibit their claims for settlement. Those who neglect to present their account properly attested within said time, will be debarred a recovery. All persona indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to . . Margaret Ford Executrix. for the early buyers Saturday Evenings. Waterbury, Conn, ETC. TEACHERS IN SESSION Gatherrd In Hartford and New Ha ven From all FarU of State. New Haven, Oct. 16. In this city and In Hartford to-day Is being held the sixty second annual convention of the Connecticut State Teachers association. The programme pro vldes for the holding of a general meeting in New Haven during the mornine. with sectional meetings in the afternoon. In Hartford the programme was reversed the sec tional meetings occuring during the mornine and the general meeting in the afternoon. At the meeting this morning which was held at Woolsey Auditorium on the Yale university campus addresses were made by for mer Governor George H. Utter of Rhode Island on the topic "Econo mic aspect of the School Question" and by Booker T. Washington, prin cipal of the Tuskagee Normal and Industrial Institute, Tuskagee, Ala., on "Industrial Education and its Re sults in the South." The speakers went to Hartford after the session to deliver the same addresses at the general meeting in that city this af ternoon. POLI'S NEW THEATER. Building Cost Half a Million and Will Seat 2.400. Wilkes-Barre, Oct 16. Sylvester Z. Poll's new half million dollar vaude vile house will open here for the first nerformance next Monday night, Oc tober 19, and is the first vaudeville theater this city has evfer had. The building which will have a seating capacity of nearly 2,400 was erected by the Engineer Contracting Co of Baltimore, the local representa tives being George H. Tindell and A. P. Duval, and while the building has been delayed a few weeks beyond the original time fixed for the opening its construction is of the best and Its ac coustics all that could be desired. It Is the largest and most substantial structure of its kind in the city and also the most elaborately decorated. ILL WITH PTOMAINE POISONING. Canned Corn Used In Making Soup All Doctors In Town Busy. Clinton, Mass, Oct 16. About 140 students and several of the teachers of South Lancaster academy at South Lancaster are suffering with ptomaine poisoning, believed to have resulted from eating some canned corn which was used in the preparation of soup served in the dining room ot the academy dormitory Wednesday noon. It is believed that none of the per sons affected is In a dangerous condi tion. During the whole of last night practically all the doctors in Lancas ter and Clinton were kept busy at tending the sufferers. No sessions of school were held yesterday. The acad emy, which ia under the auspices of the Adventist denomination, is at tended by boys and girls from all parts ot the east. MCLAUGHLIN TRIAL. Several Witnesses Testify to the Good Character of Prisoner. Litchfield, Oct 16. When the trial of Wlllam McLaughlin was resumed to-day a number of witnesses were called to testify as to the good char acter of the accused. The jailer who had him In charge, since his arrest, testified that he was a quiet, orderly prisoner. Coroner Higgins gave his description of the autopsy on the body of Downs and a statement waa read from Dr Munger, who waa un able to appear, owing to having suf fered a shock a few days ago. Mc Laughlin's statement to the officer officer was also read. No News at Tokro Toklo. October 16. Up to ten o'clock this evening, there has been received no additional intelligence of the position ot the American battle ship fleet. Ctrt Tfcra t'JX cl l;; U:!fri Rett ::a tl Eci:Jsi2j. Lynn, Mass., Oct. II Mora itit half of the 15,000 operatives em played in 67 shoe factories In this city returned to work when the fao tory gates opened to-day in accord ance with union action taken y eater day ending tha strike of th (asters which have been in fore since Oc tober 2. A few of the factories did not reopen to-day but will resume business next week. One factory that of the Walton and Logan Co will not have any further employ merit for lasters in this city, the Arm having decided to have all Its lasting done in its factory at Chel sea Different conditions prevailed in different factories. Some shops were far behind on their orders, a full force will have to work overtime to catch up with the business delayed by the strike. In other factories where the officials expected a pro tracted dispute, order were cancelled with the result that therew as but little work in sight. CITY NEWS. Y A harvest dance will be held this evening at Music hall. "Woman Now and in the Future" was the subject of an interesting lee ture delivered by L. Rosensweig be fore the Workmen's circle at Leaven worth hall. Court Shields defeated Court Rose Hill last night in the forty-five con test by a score of 17 to 13. Court Hancock beat Court Oregon by a score of 19 to 14. On Tuesday the autumnal meeting of the Naugatuck Valley confer ences and churches will be held at the Third Congregational church be ginning at 9:30 a. m. Yesterday afternoon fire broke oat In the third story of the block awned by Mrs William Hart, 78 Hill street. The department reached the place on time to prevent serious damage, v Eva Emmons, the 10-year-old daughter of Mr and Mrs William Em mons of Wolcott, died this morning . after an illness of four days. Besides her parents she leaves five brothers, William, Melville, Fred, George and Charles. The funeral will be held Sunday, ,. Three divorces were granted by Judge Bennett in the superior court to-day. Desertion was the grounds on which Mabel Atwood secured ; a decree separating her from the matri monial bond with Earl Atwood. De sertion also was the basis of the ac tion on which Catherine M. Peck secured a divorce from Chauncey W. Peck, but habitual Intemperance was the allegation in the suit of Theresa Pelka aaginet John Pelka. There was nothing unusual or. extraordinary in either of the cases. The semi-annual reception ot the Algonquin club will toe held in Buck ingham Music hall on Friday even ing, October 30, Just two weeks from to-night. The Algonquin members are working zealously to make the event a big success, but do not hope to surpass their efforts of Easter Monday evening. If they can pro vide as an enjoyable time at the coming reception for their guests as they did at the last, they will feel fully satisfied. The Algonqulnesqne manner of holding a reception seems to grow more popular after each suc ceeding event under the club's aus pices, for at present there are al most as many tickets sold for their autumnal reception as were disposed of for the dance at Easter. Sexton Mulhern and Undertake! John McAvoy made a strange find lu Calvary cemetery yesterday after noon. It consisted of a box contain ing the body of a prematurely bora girl. The box was buried about a foot under the ground and the sex ton was attracted to the place by the marke of the wheels ot a baby carriage on the frost in the early, morning. The box was marked C, H. Ford. Mr Ford is an expressman and lives on Grandview avenue. He has no knowledge of anybody get ting the box from him. The case was reported to Medical Examiner Crane, who turned it over to Deputy Coroner Makepeace, who is giving It such attention as it demands. Thn body was lntered this afternoon, but this will not deter the authorities from making an effort to locate the offender. h-, ' it FOUGHT H0UES FCE LIFE. Physician Took a Dose of Poison 1ft C Mistake. Philadelphia, Oct 16. Dr Howard G. Neilman, a resident physiaian at the Philadelphia Home for Incur ables, died at the institution yester- J day from aconite poisoning after hav ing assisted his associates In a re markable effort to save his life. The physician took a concentrated prepa ration of aconite in mistake for co deine which he had been using in the treatment of a nervous cough. He did not realize his mistake until the poison began to take effect and1 then calling for assistance he began working on himself to counteract the effects of the poison. Three physi cians were summoned and, together with several nurses, worked vainly for nearly four hours to save the life. Will Return In Spring. Washington, Oct 16. Rear AS mlral Swinburne of the Pacific fleet, now cruising in the south Paclfle ocean, will visit the western coast of South America, after completing target practice at Magdalene, hay about December 1. The fleet is made np of eight armored cruisers. They will return in time for spring record target practice. Taft ta Tennessee, Chattanooga". Tenn, Oct 16. W, H. Taft 'and party arrived here to day from Louisville. The candidate's first argument to southern democrats, together with his reasons for glvlej the south its first glimpse of a repub lican presidential candidate, was da Uvered her this morning to a larl aadleacBj. MWQtlta fair x tcmpv.warb 1 6