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iWATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, -'FRIDAY; OCTOBER 16, 1908.
GRIEVE, - BISSET. & HOLLAND KjteZ&t&tt te&esaacg 38.40 Batik Street. Tel Watcrbury's Busy Corner Store. STYLISH FALL SUITS AND SHIRT WAISTS. ' The brisk businen we are enjoying in this particular section of our tore is proof positive that the women of this locality have found our dualities, styles and prices all to be rieht. They find that here is where perfect satisfaction in burins: garments is to be found, and if you're not of the ones that have learned this from experience we'd be glad to demon strate the truth of the assertion to you. Women's Tailored Suits at $19.75. A diversity of fabrics to select from In the line at this price. They're Herringbone Cheviots, Herringbone Serges, in the plain or fancy mixtures and the Novelty Stripe Serges In Blue,, Brown, Black, green and grey. Coats are strictly tailor made, 27 to 86 Inches long .lined with guaranteed satin lining. Skirts are either plait ed or. plain gored, with fold, trimmed with buttons, fine value at $19.75 the euit. f ' Women's Fall Suits at $25.00. Made in the most attractive Fall Styles of Serges, Cheviots, Panamas and Herringbone Novelties, in all popular shades, including the new London Smoke, Catawba and Greens. Coats are 27 to 36 Inches long In sev. feral styles. Skirts made either plain gored or plaited effect, $25.00 the suit Women's Net Waists, at $3.98. In Cream Color " or White; lined tflth silk, tucked lace yoke, trimmed with-Persian, Inserted and piped with Blue, Brown or Green Velvet, button back, the latest musketeer sleeve, extra value at $3.98 each. Women's Nuns Veil ing Waists. A very dressy fall wa!st that is strictly tailor made,' button front, trimmed with French knots, another style is trimmed with embroidery and fancy insertion, button back, short sleeves, both . styles come . in White, Cream, Tan, Grey and Black, and are splendid waist Values at $2.25 each. Women's Tailored Linen Waists. Made in the Gibson effect, with plaits over the shoulder, pocket also in the plain tailored effect with wide plaits front and back and laundered cuffs, $1.98 each. . . There are dozens of other fine style waists here which ' you'll take special delight in seeing.. We'll glad- ly show them to you. ' NAUGATUCK OAKVILLC WATCRVILLC WATCRTOWN NAUGATUCK NUGGETS 4n6ntalnfafnfafnfni nig arore mm me The I W TRUST YOD. Little Prices. CREDIT AT GASH PRICES. 1 Ranges'-; Ranges ? ?"V7'''"'''''''V'' We carry the largest line of ranges in the NAUGATUCK VALLEY for you to select from. Prices range from $18 to $150 set up complete in your horn?. Ever? rn;e is fullv cuarantewl . ' on a money refund basis. Now is the time when $1.00 WILL DO THE WORK. OF $2.09. If in nesd of a range call and look over our stock and if we have not the best you have ever seen for the money, do not purchase. REMEMBER IT IS NO TROUBLE to show goods. Whether you purchase or not come in and see us at the BARGAIN STORE. Benson Furniture Co., COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS 188-190 South Main St. Waterbury, Connecticut. $3.50 SHOES') w:iD.eouGLAs THE BEST $50 SHOES f0R "EN W. L. DOUGLAS MAKES AND SELLS MORE MEN'S $3.50 SHOES THAN ANY OTHER MANUFACTURER IN THE WORLD. The reason W. L Douglas $3.50 shoes are worn by more men in all walks of life than any other make is because I give the wearer the benefit of the most complete organization of skilled shoemakers in this country, who receive the highest wages paid in the shoe industry and whose workmanship cannot be ex celled. The selection of the leathers and other materials for each part of the a hoe and every detail of the making is looked after by specially trained experts in every department If I could take you into my large factories at Brock' ton. Mass.. and show vou how carefully W. L. Douglas $3.50 shoes are made, you would tnen understand why they hold their shape, fit better, wear longer, and sure of greater value than any other make. 17. Lm DOUGLAS $4.00 GILT EDGE SHOE Cannot Bm Equalled at Any Price. W. L DOUGLAS BOYS' SHOES 11.75 AND $2 OO. JUST THE SAME AS MY MEN'S 3.50 SHOES. THE SAME LEATHERS, FOR $ 1 . 7 5 AND talpo. f t V L PU. -. tm4 prfc. It HJg4 - U. Wt. .Hf .n tin wrCT rOMl ala trtcm mt tefcrW .W. iwuft PTO MATim TMIM. TAXI MMtnBTB. I 3.5HOES) 17. L CCL'OAS SHOE STORE III WATESEUET: 83 fed SfrKt The new Odd Fellows' hall In the Twltchell building on Park place was dedicated last evening, Grand Master Urant H. Klersted, assisted by tn,e members of the grand lodge. The hall presented a handsome appear ance. The members of Centennial lodge, No 100, Magnolia , Encamp ment, No 16, and Columbian Rebek- ah lodge, No 35, were present and as. elsted In the ceremonies. The order of exercises consisted of Instrumental music and addresses, and all of the numbers were very good. After the exercises all present adjourned to the banquet hall where a fine collation awaited them. There were a large number of out-of-town guests present. The following are the different com mittees that made the affair a suc cess: Committee of arrangements, A. H. Eagan, P. G., chairman; Robert V. Parker, P. G., llobert T. W. Adams, P. G., Frederick W. Weber, P. G., William C. Painter, P. G., Warren D. Abel, P. G.; reception committee, Glenn F. Noble, P. G., chairman; Harry Bickerdike, noble grand; W. G. Hard, Charles H. Hoadley, P. U., George T. Wlgmore, P. G., L. H. Winslow, F. F. Schaffer, William H. Eastman, vice grand ; F. W. Tolles, P. G., Thomas Bowen, P. G., Thomas Bowen, P. G., Frank H. Judd, T. M. Bull, M. D., T. S. Walte. P. G., P. C. P., A. H. Dayton, P. G., P. C. P.; ban. quet committee, William H. Eastman, V. G., chairman; R. E. Owens, P. G., J. E. Marsden, P. G., William A. Tit ley, P. G., G. W. Moss, P. G., Albert Mai; Mrs Lizzie Stahl, V. G., chair man; Mrs Clara Walte, P. G., Mrs Mabel Lutz, Mrs Mae Titley, Mrs Mary Jackson, noble grand; Mrs Mary Newton. Michael. B. Reidy and Seth D. Bingham, nominated by the imo crats for representatives, are two well known young men and they have been before the public for some years, having held office on numerous occa sions, and they will receive the full democratic vote and many republican voters. Mr Reidy is at present one of the representatives from here and he is engaged in the mason business. He is, a member of the firm of. Reidy & Kelly. Mr Bingham is one of ihe leading real estate agents of the boro and he has held the office of .justice of the peace for several years. The democrats will hold a rally in the Gem opera house next Monday evening. The speakers will be the Hon Theodore A. Bell of California anc the Hon Donaldson Caffrey of Louisiana. Both men are well known public speakers and the opera house will undoubtedly be filled with Voters of both parties. The rally will begin at 7:15 sharp as Mr Bell will go to Waterbury to deliver an address in that city after he speaks here. There will be many visiting "Yea Yea" boys in Waterbury to-morrow evening, when the big Eagles' fair opens in the nest on South Main street. They are coming from many places In order to give their breth ren a fitting send off. They will find a warm welcome.' The nest will be a blaze of electricity, for M. F. Grea ney has promised to outdo all other electrical displays. Since the nominations of A. C. Tut- tle and Carl W. Thompson last Satur day night by the republicans, and their refusal to run, the party has been at a loss as to whom would ac cept. They wtll undoubtedly an nounce the cnadidates soon. Nauga tuck men do not seem to be anxious to go to Hartford. Men named by both parties have declined. A rally will be held, this evening by the Swedish-American Republican club in the hall on Hillside avenue. The speaker of the evening will be the Rev Dr S. G. Ohman of New Britain. There will also be speeches by local men. After the rally a smoker will be held and all are cordially Invited to be present. The Taft and Sherman Glee club have been invited to sing at the ral ly of the Swedish-American Republi can club this evening. ' The next meeting of the Taft and Sherman club will be held next Wednesday night. " The Parish House Association Men's club has elected the following officers for the ensuing year: Presi dent, Charles P. Slade; vice-president, Ralph E. Smith; secretary, Glenn F. Noble; treasurer, Louis C.Knox. At Columbus hall to-night a whist party and dance will be given by the Altar society of St Mary's church. It promises to Be one of the most enjoy able social events of the season. H. C. C. Mills was appointed as the nominee from the fourteenth demo cratic senatorial district to take the place of John M. Page, who refused to be a candidate. Thomas O'Loughlin, grand secre tary of the Foresters of America, has returned from Litchfield, where he has been oil official business. There were 25 births in Nauga tuck last month, 14 males and 12 fe males. There were six marriages during the month. Abe Rosenblatt of Bridge street, who has been visiting friends in New York city for the past few days, has returned home. Mr and Mrs Thomas Tucker are spending a few flays with relatives In New Haven. Two pairs of knickerbockers with school suits at Upson, Singleton & Co'i terday and will be continued to-day when many of the former pastors will be present. Mr and Mrs E. W. Wheeler are out of town attending the funeral of a relative. . - ' The public and parochial schools are closed to-day as the teachers have gone to New - Haven . to attend the teachers' convention in that place. There will be a republican rally in the Town hall on Saturday evening. The Hon E. J. Hill congressman from the fourth district will be the prin cipal speaker. . , vs Application, Is to be made at tbs next session of the legislature to have Oakville set off, as a separate voting district from Watertown. Just why this has been delayed is a mystery to many, as it should have been done before. As the result of hazing four of the younger students of the Taft school for boys, all of whom are the sons of prominent men of the coun try, and one of whom is John'N. Gar field, son of James R. Garfield, secre tary of the Interior, were, suspended from the Institution to-day. ThB boys suspended are: Kenneth Mont- eagle of San Francisco, Fred Andrews of New York, Henry Fournes of Pitts burg, John N. Garfield of Washing ton, D. C. Three of the students will be gone for six weeks, while young Garfield is suspended for only three weeks.. Three of the malefactors were members of the regular foot ball team and Garfield was center on the second team. Everything was quiet about the school building when the oldr boys went to the rooms of the new men and, taking them from their beds, without giving them time to dress, led them to the wash room, which is on the lower floor, and there "paired them off.'.', This part of the programme consisted of giving them boxing gloves and allowing them to test their , prowess on one another. The fun was at its height when J. S. Dutcher, a master of the school walk ed in. ' . .:' "-y ' - NUTMEG GRATINGS. for WATERTOWfl JOTTINGS T. F. Atwood has gone to Wash Ingtota on a business trip. TheXlate Samuel Cnrtiaa left 11.000 to the Watertown firt department. The ielebratlon of toe tenth anni versary of the dedlcition of the church was ccfamenced yes- 'ilethodistca Interesting Items Boiled , Down , Our Busy Readers. Hartford Michael J. Pigott was found dead in his room at. Long's hotel about noon yesterday. . Norfolk The ; derailing of , two freight cars here last night blocked the east bound track of the New York, New Haven and Hartlord rallJ road for several hours. Norwalk Tax Collector Frederick, Brower of this city was thrown from" his carriage about noon yesterday on West avenue, and had his left thigh broken. He is at the Norwalk hos pital. " " .: Stamford A man thought to be William Kowins of Ansonia commit- ted suicide in a lodging house here Wednesday night by turning on a gas jet and filling the room with gas. He was about 40 years old. New Haven The trial of Albert L. Judd of Willimantic, the state po liceman charged with using his re volver during a raid at a Savin Rock cafe last June,, has been put over until the January term of the su perior court. . Hartford The 7 train that left Hartford for Springfield at 4:28 o'clock yesterday afternoon in charge of Conductor Miller was delayed for five minutes because a herd of" cows decided to cross the track at Wilson station just at the moment" that the train was passing that place. The train stopped for the cows, but not before two of them had been struck and killed. The cows belonged to a Mr Anson. . - Marlborough Raccoon " hunters, who were going through the woods in the northern part of the town Wednesday night, found the skeleton olt a man in a section of woodland near the Glastonbury line. The man had been dead perhaps a year, as all the flesh had disappeared from' the bones and the clothing was in frag ments. In what remained of the clothing was found a dollar watch. 60 cents in money and a jackknlfe, but nothing else which would tend to Identify the remains. Manchester George L. Wilkinson will leave town Sunday and on Mon day will start the manufacturing, of acetylene tanks of his own Inven tion. Mr Wiiklnson- hae Invented many different acetylene contriv ances, but was unable to get them onto the market owing -to financial conditions. An East Hampton man has become interested in the new tank, which Is to be used on auto mobiles, and has come forward with the money. A place is being fitted up in Cobalt 'where the tanks are to be made. Greenwich It was learned . late last night that the burglary here In connection with which the New York police arrested two suspects, was In the residence of W. W. Hyde, who lives on Field Point road. The jew elry stolen was the property of Mrs Howard Morton, daughter of Mrs Howard Morton, daughter of Mr and Mrs W. W. Hyde, who is visiting her parents. Mrs Morton was called to the telephone at dinner time last night and she left the light burning In her bedroom after she had an swered the call. After dinner - she returned to her room and found that the light had been turned out, and that her jewels were missing. Glastonbury About 9 o'clock last night Michael Wlerdak, aged 30 years and unmarried, called at the home of Peter Ruaha, aged 54 years and married, and told the Utter that Ruaha's dog had bitten him. Wier dak wanted the owner of the dog to make good the damages and dispose of the dog. ,-Ruah had different ideas on the subject and, being, of quarrelsome disposition, commenced an argument which led to the death of Wlerdak. John Saverock, aged 26 years, wai Implicated In the mur der, it Is thought, by Dr H. O. Rich' ards, the medical examiner. Hit hands showed that he had been in the row and one of the two. either Saverock or Ruaha, etruck Wlerdak In the left side ot the neck; severing the artery. . , . Hartford There was a high old time In a home in the center of the city about 4:15 this morning. The man of the house was awakened by a chorus ot acreama and exclamations and descended in (lightly garmented array to the first floor. He . made out in the ghostly dark the form of an Intruder and closed 'with the man, contriving to get word to the police at the station, from which the patrol was sent In hot haste to the theater of the war. After the smoke ot bat tie lifted the Intruder was discovered to be a well known friend ot the fam ily, who had in some mysterious .way entered the house In the. early even ing and found the atmosphere ' ao composing that he had gone quietly to sleep in the front parlor. Awak ening in the early morning he had unwittingly aroused the ever watch ful owner, and the adventure' fol lowed. Explanations ensued and the Intruder was released from the cool er . , -; ' ';.. ''.., Ladios' and Gents' Roliablo You lose money every day that .ten ement Is Idle. Invest 25 cents 'and put the rent adv in the columns of the Democrat. It will reach the per son that wants the tenement. - ' ' ' - tmm i . . . Easy Terms, . Satisfaction Guaranteed; WALLACE & CO. V 25 Abbott Ave., Near Jacquts' Opera Housa Those that are nervous about 1 having; dentistry done, should I I.- tuiiMiit us as we mane nycuai ity of doing dental work for ex tremely nervous and sensitive patients. Try us and be, con vinced. , Don't forget the name and place over the Manufacturers Bank, 4 :w 65 Bank St. Best Dental Co,, Yon have something to sell. If you want a purchaser - the people must know where to And you.. Let them know by placing a want adv m the Democrat; 23 words 3 days for 25 cents. Our Regular $3.50 Gold Filled Glasses for cJmp?. have met 'the public approval. EYES EX AMINED FREE. If you have failed to set property fitted gltssei call and see us. Our pr.ces are the lowest for the right glasses. , The Best Optical Co., '' 18 Abbott Avenue. ' NOTICE. Notice is hereby given ' that on and after this date all the land ly; lng west of Library park may be used as a public dumping ground. Entrance to same must be made in and 'through Hall street. - ' Dated at Waterbury, this 15th day of October, 1908. I v GEO. C. WALKER, ,Y Superintendent of Parks 7 U U " Never Falls to Restore Gray Hair to its Natural Color and Beauty. No matter how long It has been gray or faded. Promote a luxuriant growth of healthy hair. Stops its falling out, and positively remove Dan draff. Keeps hair soft and glossy. Re fuse all substitutes. 2 times as much in $1.00 as 50c. size. Is Not a Dye. tl and 60c. bottles, at drngglsta Send 2c for free book "The Care o the Hair." Phiio Bay Spec Co., Newark, N. i. Hay's Harflna Soap cnrapimp)ei, ted, rouph and chapped hands, and aU akin die. aara. Keep skin fine and olt- 25c. dnievists. Send 2c for tree book "The Care ( tba bldn." ALWAYS OPEN. Martin Berlin's Sons UNDERTAKERS, Cor. Scovill and South Main St. Telephone 94. v Night Calls Answered by Thomas F. Berlin, 75 South Elm Street Tel. 132-2. Patrick S. Bergin 102 Walnut Street.. Tel 571-2. HACK and COACH STABLES. Finest Hacks and Coaches in die City. Experienced and Careful Drivers. Tel.5 132-14 ALWAYS OPEN. 70 GOLD or GREEN STAMPS With 1 Bottle of Port. Or Sherry Wine The Hub Grocery Co. 118 south' main street. ,6 -.M . K. MORE SPLENDi D POSITIO NS ; FILLED BY; With Scovill Manufacturing Co. and E. L. .Tyrrell. If you really want the fiest Bookkeeping or short hand training and the Best Positions you should study with us either day or evening. Night school only $1 per week. Begin to-day, right Nnow. Call and' talk it over. BUCKINGHAM BUILDING, 111 Grand Street. TAKE ELEVATOR. The White-Simmons Co. New Location, 190 Grand Street, Corner of Leavenworth. - ? ; Our Fall and Winter Stock is coming in fast (business is better), and our prices are Rock Bot tom. ' . 'V. s '..' '-' ; Our Special Blend Coffee the best value in the city for ' 25c,' .for Saturday and Monday " , 15c lb.' The White-Simmons Co. Phone 710. Wholesale and Retal The Single Damper Patented This Damper Is found only in Crawford Ranges. It is worth the price of the Range. ,' One movement controls absolutely and perfectly both fire and oven. Insures better baking; saves waste of fuel and food. Other exebsive Crawford features are the patented Dock-Ash Grates; Cup- joint uvea rwes; Atoestos-eaca uven; Keuaoie Uvea Heat Indicator, r Kid. krWttor Pratt (. Co ji-JS 0loat, Boats : . . - BOSTON FURNITJJIIE CO. wiriausujtT agists. i fa mi-