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iWATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT,- FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1908.
THE CURRAM DRY GOODS CO. STUNNING NECKWEAR. Chiffon Ruffs, ribbon trimmed, " special for Saturday. . ..$1.25 each1 bilk Windsor Ties, all colors, also plaid, value 29c, special for Saturday 21c each New Directoire Ruffs, In white and colors, value 69c, special for Saturday . ; .'.'.'; . . ; . . 49c each il, -large assortment of Ruchings . in-white and all colors, all: widths...... . . 25c a yd THE NEW. BOOTS FOR WOMEN. Women's Tan Russia Colt But ton and Blucher Cut, Welt Sewed, the celebrated Delsarte - ' make $3.50 a pair Women's Gun Metal Calf, But ton, Welt Sewed Shoes, regu lar price $3, Special Price... .$2.48 (A full line of Children's Shoes in BtOck.) ; .5 ' ... ' . ' OUR POPULAR CORSET DEPART MENT HAS MANY ATTRACT IVE VALUES. Several makes in Dollar Corsets, medium bust, long hips and back, special for Saturday. . ...69c The' "Armorslde" Corset is a splendid - corset for medium and large figures, guaranteed not to break on the sides, Sat- ' urday $1.0' You Will Look Your Best" in one of our OUTING HATS. ' The hats that are admired by : all,.in the new shapes and col . orings. Prices are reasonable. Special attention given ts orders. Allard & Blanchette, 124 South Main Street. The Little Misses . long for a nice hat as well as others. We thought of ' ; " the little girls' likes and have hats that will please '.. them. F. L. MARKS a Co., Inc. '.'' MILIINKRS . 109 Grand 101 Bank. Successors to A. F. Cowles , "SCOTT'S Dyers and Cleaners of New Haven. Office 20 East Main Street. Telephone. Kid Gloves Gleaned, all Lengths lOc." WALL PAPER SALE! 50,000 Bolls at 4c a Boll. Celling stud ftorder to match. Hang In paper 12c a roll. We furnish la bor and paper for S2 a room. 10 per cent off for rash. Com. Decorating Co., so Abbotts. Gat the rl-ht store. The best time to Advertise is when you want Business. Is it time for you ? . Phone 006 and : the Democrat Ad men will call and qnoU rates. a Stunning Suits for Women. ' " Stylish creationi ready for wear are a feature which this itore excels In above all othen. An intricate knowledge of custom tailoring (of the wry best kind of custom tailoring) for women, makes us very discrimi nating: as to finish and workmanship. In those two points lie the secret of the success of our garments for if a garment is not, made well it can not hang well, nor will it keen to shape then the little points of finish make all the difference in the world in anoearance. .' We are Specialists in Beady to Wear Things for Women, so if you want the best in that lino you'll find it here. 2 SPECIAL VALUES FOR TO-MORROW. Smart Tailored Suits, long semi-fitted coata," satin trimmed, skirts made Circular flare with fold, made of i striped worsteds, a very smart mo del, Special for Saturday. r Stylish Sample Suits, made of Broad- cloth, Serges and Fancy , Stripo Worsted, semi and tight fitting coats, modified sheath and flare " skirts, no two alike, Special for Saturday New Models in C. B., R. & G., F. C. and I. S. Corsets, models to suit all figures, Saturday.. $1.50 C. B. a la Sprite Corset, very long back and hips, medium bust, a perfect fitting corset, Saturday .. $2.00 3 SUPERIOR STOCKING VALUES FOR SATURDAY. Women's WTool Hose, ribbed top, value 25c, Saturday 17c Women's Cashmere Finish Hose, gray heel and toe, Saturday 12Vc Women's Fine Quality Cotton Hose, double' sole, in black and tan, regular price 39c, Saturday ;. 29c AN UNDERWEAR SPECIAL? Women's Extra Size Fleece Lined Vests, long or short sleeves, knee or ankle pants, special for. quality, Saturday. ...... . -48c V . THINGS FOR MEN. Many men save much money here. Why not you?- Men's Negligee Shirts, new fall , patterns, made from extra heavy , percales, face sleeves, -, some coat styles cuffs attached and , extra '.well laundered, good value at 79c, Saturday Special : 50c The Child-Heron Law Corporation Credit Ratings, Accounts Collected. 79 North Main Street, Waterbury. 152 Chspei, 136 Fairfield, New Haven. Bridgeport HARTFORD, 904 MAIN ST. , AKE chances if you want to but you often pay near lor it when you buy or sell real estate without OUR Title search. It tells you all about it. Waterbury Title Co. - 51 Leavenworth St. PLUMBING. PROMPT ATTENTION OUR MOTTO Let us furnish an estimate on your next job. We will save money for you : : : : : D. F. McCarthy, The Plumber, BOYS CLUB BUILDING, 24 Cottage Place Telephone 1209 V NOTICE. Time having elapsed the following pledges will be sold at private sale if not called for by Thursday.Oct 15, '08 No. Issued. Article. 11791 Mar 10, '08, 1 watch & ring. 11979 Apr 10, '08, 1 diamond ring. 11982 Apr 10, '08, 2 rings. 11983 Apr 10, '08, 1 diamond ring. 11990 Apr 11, 'OS, 6 silver spoons. 11994 Apr 11. '08, 1 chain. 12003 Apr 13, '08, 1 watch. 12006 Apr 13, '08, 1 watch. 12007 Apr 14, '08, 1 diamond ring. M. A. GREEN. Pawnbroker & Jeweler. 200 Bank St. Buckingham Building. GEO. A. UPHAM, Builder. bo Saw Mill and Moulding Mill. Cor. West Main and Malta tuck Streets. PENMANSHIP. PROFESSOR HOLLEY t etches every pupil to write a fine rapid, busioets hand, in a course of 16 private lessons, and no failures. All kinds of I en work executed in the highest de- pee of art 167 BANK STitEET. People Whose Garbage ' i neglected will nad Quick roller by : -ending a postal or cauug or toio none. to ivai-i. H. M. RIGffEY. WATESVILLS. 1850 25.00 Men's- Coat Sweaters in oxford srrav. value up to $2.50, Spe cial at , . $1.50 Men's Doraet Night Shirts, made extra large, from the heavy fleece domet flannels, value at E5c. Special at 50o A small lot of Men's $1.50 Negli gee Shirts, made cuffs attach ed, extra fine quality of ma- , terial. 14. 14. 15, 15 V& only, Special at -75c Men's New Fall Neckwear, made . from the new silks, full ' French four-in-hands, regular 60c neckwear, Special at.'. . . . . 25c SOME OF OUR EXCELLENT GLOVE VALUES FOR T0-M0RR0W. The Elite, Fit , WTell Walking Gloves, one clasp, outseanf, verv desirable English tan and ' ' oak shades, Saturday ....... $1.00 Women's two clasp Fine Glace Gloves,-selected skins, perfect . flttine. white, black, grey. Eng lish tan shades. Saturday .... SI DO Women s one clasp Pique Gloves, perfect fit,, very stylish, in white, black and latest fall colorines. value $1.50. Satur day . ,$1.25 Men's one clasp Mocha Gloves, Paris point stitchings, brown and grey, Saturday .$1.00 Home Made Jellies : Grape, Wild Grape, ' Crab Apple, Crab Apple Converse. 25c a Glass. Woodruff Grocery Co Phone 464. UP-TO-DATE FRESH EGGS 44c a DOZEN. Poultry farm Eggs are large clean eggs which we received from nearby pou try farms, freshness guaranteed A trial of these is sure to please, Also Fresh York State Eggs, 30c a dozen. DUESLER BROS. PEOPLE'S MARKET. ' '. Phone 469. 21 Phoenix Ave Stylish Clothing. Now Is tbe time to ret moaniir.A for a NOBBY SUIT for SPRING OR SUMMER F. BUCK. 132 North Main. Tel. CaD Fashionable Tailor. Ladies or Gents Garments Large Vans for f Furniture Moving PIANOS moved bv Hall's Patent Piann 1 Mover. I Teaming of All Kinds. Storage at Reasonable Rates. Ralph N. Blakeslee CfCeelM Meadow St if - jxm ate soosnua; tor TMHtraers, I Cry tbe Democrat wnt aaru lor rt BILL AND BILL ARE BILLED to appear at the R. R. Station, but how about Poor Bill, with a Two Dollar Bill looking for a pair of shoes. Just look in the window of BBRNAT HOLrZER'S 199 South Main Street. , OHN'S PAINT is none too good for in the end, BECAUSE it wears longer, covers more surface and looks better than other brands of paint. Structural White 'LEAD costs no more than other good lead and makes one quarter more paint 1 APOTH ECARIES HALL CO. Tie "Bargain iter Established 1894 T.nriloa vnn nro .Invited' to COD1- of our Fall Styles before you go else- wnere. 11 you are looning iur a oiji- i.k i i Mt. n.aiilt vnur tou auu , uuvuuimg 1 uai. w vu.w j - pocket, come down to lower Bank Street as our prices are the lowest in the state. Make no mistake as we are not connected with any otner stores in the city. Remember the name and number and look tor tho old established Bargain Millinery . 265 Bank Street. Hats trimmed while you wait by expert trimmers. 1 y MEN'S HUNTING SHOES. If you need a shoe that's as near WATERPROOF us leather can be made, we have it. These are made extra high cut with buckles and bellows tongue. Will stand all sorts of rough wear, ask tor tne Blackstone Russet or Black High Cut Boot. $4.98 the pair. THE ARTHUR BRADLEY 0. 52 Bank St. WHERE CAN YOU FINb A PIANO THAT COSTS THE SAME AS THE R. S. HOWARD THAT CAN COMPARE WITH IT, IN ANY ONE DETAIL? WE DON'T KNOW DO YOU? Local Representatives. ': the . Driggs & Smith Co., 112 Bank St Tel 733-3. FOR GOOD 5HAV1NQ AND EtAIB CUTTING ' oto . ' ; GATTEH & HODSON'S New Shop 13 t.ST VIAIM aTTKtiif. Over Park tuck Booms. WENZEL All Our Fall Suits, $10 to $30 - Are Beautifully Tailored We guarantee to suit, the most fastidious in style, workmanship finish and fit. Fall Derbies and Soft Hats, S1.50 to $5.00. Fall Gloves, $1.25, Wesizel, 1 r ; you and very much more economics Give Your Radiators and Pipes a Goat of Our Gold or Pale Gold and special No. 3,000. Gold in lib cans and Alum inum in Vi lb cans. . We also carry a large line . of fancy Bronzes, v Bronze Liquid and : Brushes : : : . : . WE SHOW YOU HOW TO USE THEMy The Ziglatzki-Marks Co 110-116 South Main. Tel. USE A GAS WATER HEATER USE A Water Heater The United Gas Improvement Co.' Center and Leavenworth Sts. USE A OAS WATER HEATER EACH is the price we've marked a lot of framed colored prints. - just received. SEE OUR WINDOW The Curtis Art Co. 135 BANK STREET. HALLOWEEN PICTURE POSTCARDS . FRAMING Banners at Adt's We are selling lots of banners and cush ions for college rooms and dens. There are some very fine hand colored pictures on exhibition in our window. Don't forget our framing department on the first floor. Adl's Art Store and Photograph Gallery 54-56 Bank Street. ; . $1.50 to $5.00 $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 Exchange Place. Aluminum BRONZE GAS TROLLEWS AID CoBilierlig Detll i Eelll For Be In cl Uolerain Ooso. Tbe aid society composed ot local trolley employes Is thinking serious ly ot paying t death benefit to Rob ert Dunn, the motorman who was in jured In ' a trolley accident on tho Watertown road Sunday, October 4 and died a few "days later at the Wa terbury hospital. . .Although Dunn was a bona fide member ot the aid society and was In good standing up until the time of the accident which cost him his life, nevertheless a few of the members did- not wish to pay him the death benefit and sue ceeded In having the other members look at It in the same light, for the time being. The accident in which Dunn figured was caused by his run ning over the Adt switch near the Prltchard property on the Water town road. His right band was bad ly . Injured but no one thought he wag seriously hurt although be was taken to the Waterbury hospital. Secretary Johnson of the aid asso ciation claims that Dunn ceased to be a member of the aid ' association just as soon as he ran over the switch and that as a consequence when he died he was not a member in good standing of the Trolleymen's aid association. . But the majority of the members now claim that this argument Is all rot and that Dunn's relatives should be paid the money which is rightfully due them. They maintain that Just because Dunn got Into an accident he did not, lose his membership. Moreover, they think that since he lost his life on the ac cident the death, benefit ot $100 should go to his relatives. Some of the trolleymen are greatly worked up over the matter and unless the money is paid the association Is likely to be split. , ; BROOKLYN BBIEFS. Promenade to-night by Stokes's band at 48 Green street. Strong knickerbocker suits $1.97 at tJpeott, Singleton & Co's. ', t . -r-The Brooklyn Improvement so ciety will meet , this evening in the Lyceum. ' , Miss Deborah Fitzgerald of South Manchester Is visiting at her home qn Railroad Hill street. The annual sociable and dance of the Pioneer Basketball team was held in Odd fellows' hair last even ing. . A large crowd of Brooklynltes was present. . v jack Dahlll attracted consider able attention yesterday afternoon while painting the flagpole on the office of the American Brass com pany. Dahill appeared right to home while gliding the ball on top of the pole. " ' ;;"' " ''".V " "' ': : ' Mr and Mrs William Borchardt celebrated the silver anniversary of their wedding at their home on Lawrence street last evening. They Were showered with silver during the evening - by their many . friends present. ' y . --John F. Gooding, a fireman of thn New Haven road went into a death faint at thex, roundhouse this morning. The man was in a serious condition when Dr Arthur Grant reached him but was brought out ot danger after the physician worked oyer him for half an hour. t , -TrFrank Smith, brother of Joseph A.. Smith the Brooklyn druggist, who is studying for the priesthood In seminary In Bedonia, Italy, speaks highly of his first year's experience in the school across the water. He haB been In perfect health since he left this country last ran ana iu letters home' says the climate has greatly benefited him. The Rev C. D. Chunn, pastor of the Thfrd , Congregational church, will Bpeak on "Current Tendencies in Theology" at the Sunday morning services. Sunday school will be held at the close of the morning services and the evening services will start at 7 o'clock, the subject ot the sermon being "Current Discussions and Events." There will be a meet ing of Men's league Monday even ing at 8 o'clock. The - All-Brooklyn polo team which won the championship of the Amateur Polo league in this city last winter had a chance to go to New York state and play the game this season. A new league has been organized there and one of the magnates wanted to take the Brook lyn team Intact to represent one of the cities which will be In the league But the majority of the Brooklyn players did not care to take what looked like a barnstorming, trip to them and politely declined to leave their present positions. Polo is be ing tried as an experiment in the upper part of the state and natural ly the players will be only . second class and the salaries small until the team owners see whether the ven ture Is going to pay. ....... ' Tony Chiccittl, who Is thought to be Insane, was arrested In this section last evening for chasing women' on the streets. 'He was brought in by Patrolman Fitzgerald and Reilly. As the man has all the Symptons ot a demented person, his case was not called in the city court this morning. His friends said they would take him back to New York where he belongs, provided the police would let them. He has a wife and children in the big city from which he recently came. The nast few nights he has leen annoy tng women in this section and last nleht the patrolmen caught him. This morning Superintendent Morris of the charity department talked with the man and some ' of his friends at the station but as he Is a New- York man it is up to the offi cials of that city to look after him. Tbe old Monitor hose house on Bank street will not be the only va cant Dlace In the city where the vol unteer firemen were wont to spend their leisure moments, now that tbe Rose Hill house Is a Hilng of the past, The passing of these' houses makes t heboid time residents realise what rapid progress has been made in the fire department within a tew years. The old Monitor bouse on Bank street has been lying Idle tot some time and It looks as thorrh the Rose Hill building would go the same way. Stilt there li a rcmor that the house on Baldwin . street will be used by the old company for C0DS0N FILES COTO To Scccre Elsie II Frca less la lh Ultrcp Cstt. When James W. Hodson gave hi note to E. U. Lathrop for some (23,500 for property situated on the corner of .Center and Bank street! he had no Idea ot being engulfed in a lawsuit through no fault of his. Yet on the short calendar docket la the superior court to-day was a mo tion, by Judge Peasley, counsel for Mr Hodson, for security against pos sible loss In a lawsuit to which he Is no party; . The suit Is that of At torney C. O. Root against Mr Lathrop as administrator on the estate ot his first wife Esther Lathrop for soma $6,000. It seems that after selling the property mentioned, to Mr Hod son, Mr Lathrop borrowed 15,500 from the Colonial Trust company giving as security Mr Hodson s note for the $23,500. That transaction would be an rlghi enough had not Attorney Root got Judgment against Mr Lathrop for . $6,000 some months ago. r Latnrop naving it seems nuiuiu which could satisfy that Judgment, Mr Root garnlsheed Mr Hodson from paying to Mr Lathrop any portion of his note for the $23,500. Tne enure transaction appears to be enveloped - In lour unit Mr Hnrfnn to secure him self against any. costs found it neces sary to take a hand In the scrap be tween Mr Root and Mr Latnrop Dy filing a motion for security against possible loss., A bond of $150 . was ordered filed In two weeks. CHEERS FOR BRYAN. John T. Graves Threatened to Appeal. " : - . to Police. : . ", : Baltimore, Md, Oct 16. Wide pub licity having been given the an nouncement that William R. Hearst and John Temple Graves would ad dress a meeting under the auspices of the Independence party, the Prin cess theater, the advertised place ot meeting was packed last night, but Hearst did not appear, the announce ment that he would speak being due to a mistake. Mr Graves attached both, the democratic and republican nartled.' He flayed William J. Bry an, the mention' of whose name; how ever, was heartily cheered. A. man. in the gallefy was finally ejected for repeatedly shouting: "Are you not In the. pay. of William Ran dolph Hearst?" which question . Mr Graves declared he could not hear. . . The ejection of the questioner was followed by a call for cheers for Bry an, which was given in such a man ner that Mr Graves threatened to ap peal to the police to secure him a hearing. - - - social purposes. And there , Is no reason why the men should not be allowed to have It, at least until the city finds some use for the structure. Take the house in this section for instance; it it had a number of men to look after It; which it surely would have, If it were used for social purposes, it would be In much better condition than It is at present. The building Is practically wasting away and It seems a shame that tt could not be used for something. , Many things have been suggested for it including a police station for Brook- r lyn. It perhaps could with very lit tle expense be converted into a sta tion house that would suffice, provid ed Brooklyn was made a separate precinct, but such a thing is not like ly to happen. The story crops out occasionally but there Is never any authority to base it on. There Is not enough police business in this section to have a separate precinct, and let it be said that no more r- aa no,?A rtn ttila fiMa fit thfk bridge than in other parts of the city equally large. Many have won dered why the Brooklyn house was never rented for club purposes as it rnuld hp madn into an ideal buildine for a big club. In all probability the board of safet- would rent the building at a very reasonable price for at present it is earning nothing and has been earning nothing for several years. y ' , According to a prominent Lith uanian of Brooklyn many men of this nationality who In the past have voted the republican ticket will next month embrace democracy ana TOtt the straight democratic ticket. The Lithuanians for the most part are re publicans, or at least used to be members of the g. o. p., but more and more have been coming over, to the democratic party each year. They realize that It is next to an impossibility now for them to make a decent living and although their bills are higher almost every month, their wages instead of advancing are going downward. That Is, the wages of any of them who are working. The business depression of the past year has greatly effected the Lithu anian people of Brooklyn,- which fact has been, and Is now, plainly evident by the number of the men out of work. Any .day during the past summer a person could go through Brooklyn and find hundreds of Lithuanians out of . work. This may seem a trifle strong but go to the Lithuanian business men and ask them how they have been effected. A reporter of the Democrat talked with a few of them during the past week and they informed him that some ot his customers during the past six months have not paid him scarcely a penny. They did not like to cut them off their books because when they had the cash they were good payers. But when the shops became slack, and then slacker, the men finally losing their jobs and getting- an extended vacation, they had nothing with which to procure their daily food. The Lithuanian people are said to be good spenders when they have the money, and the hard times coming as they did nat urally played havoc with them. They realize that the situation cannot he much worse than it hai been, and that's the reason why many of them are Rolng to cast their first ballot for the democratic ticket next month Th. Lithuanians rsll'?d In large numbers to ihe democratic ticket la the last municipal election- an-f the majority of these will go further '.a November- and vote for - the demo crat!? randldatea for president and governor. Trr a Democrat Want auu; za www wmt m wh