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.WATER BURY- EVENING DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1908..
. IF we only knew who was going to
be our next governor couldn't
nuke a nice year's salary quick? But
we don't know. ;
, IP we were only sure that Mr C. ('.
C' waa going to be elected aenalor
from the old sixteenth, couldn't we
win a whole lot of money? But wo
don't know.
IF we only know why they neglect
making a law which would compel
Chief Bnagg'a driver to go through
the streota to a tire an though be was
sane, but we don't know. But we do
know such a law should be put In
force right away quick.
IF our Waterbury "cops" who went
to Hartford lust week only knew
what a picnic waa In store for them;
but they didn't know. But they will
know next time. ' t
IK we only knew which automo
bile waa the safest we'd get one; but
we don't know. But we do think they
are all pretty sure "kill me quicks."
IF the lady of the house only knew
how much she annoys the man of the
house by buying cheap trashy tea and
coffee, Just because the price is .low;
but sometimes she doesn't know.
Then again she does know, but she
doesn't care a "rap" because she
thinks she's a foxy quiller becauso
she saves a few ' cents. But she
doesn't, because the real cheap ten
and coffee tastes bad. makes the fam
ily feel .mean and sometimes causes
sickness. But '
IF you purchase tea, coffee, but
termilk and baking powder at our
store : there'll be happiness in the
house as. sure as you are born. Re
member - - .
PHELAiYS T STORE
"i a East SSata St. Telonhona,
GUESS WHOSE SPACE THIS IS.
Nugent V Lavender V
Toilet Cream
THE CREAM OF CREAMS
. A Fragrant,. Antiseptic, Greaseless
Cold Cream, containing camphor,
menthol, peroxide, . beautifying bal
sams and perfuming flowers. . It. is a
scientific skin fopd and perfect mas
sage cream. "It is the best of all ap
plications for. chapped or rough skin
and prevents the formation of pre
mature lines and wrinkles.
25c A JAR.
N
UGENT'S
PHARMACY
South Main, cor Scovill Street.
that every hen from
Eastport to Santiago
is laying strictly fresh
Eggs, at ;
Kelly's
30 cts per dozen.
Wedding Gifts"
We have some pretty designs in Cut
Glass and Sterling Silver at special
prices this month for Wed
. . . ding Gifts.
Wedding Rings
all styles and sizes.
Rooster
Says
IKE GIFFNEY JEWELRY CO,,
22 ROETE KADT STBEZ?,
NOTICE.
The Democrat office open every
evening until 8 o'clock and on Wed
nesday and Saturday evenings until
9. People who desire to pay suu
strlptlon or other bills, or to leave
job work or advertisements will be
attended to evenings If they can
not call during the day.
xsTsias ro-jnoHi, ;
Boys club. ,
Waterbury Burna club.
Waterbury Co, No 20, U. R. K. P.
National Association Stationary
engineers.
MEETINGS TO.MORKOW
Boys club.
Algonquin club. (,
South End Social club. .
Barcelona council, K. of C.
Steuben lodge, No 391, D. 0. H.
Melchizedlck, No 200, I. O. B. B.
R. J. Costello lodge, B. of R. R.
T., No 423.
CITY NEWS,
The best $2 black trousers In town
are at Upson, Singleton & Co's. '
City Clerk WiHiam H. Sandland is
sued his 300th hunter's license Wed
nesday. The Scovill Manufacturing Co has
purchased the property of Mrs Nellie
Agnew on East Main street, opposite
Orange. . ,
There' was a month's mind mass
this morning at 8 o'clock at , the
church of the Sacred Heart for the
la te, William Roper.
The funeral of Eva Emmons will
be held from the family residence in
Wolcott to-morrow afternoon with
service at the house and interment in
Pine Grcve cemetery.
There will be a month's mind mass
for Thomas J. Doran on Monday
morning at 7 o'clock at the church
of the Immaculate Conception.
Wanamaker clothing for the man
who has $16, $18 or $20 to spend for
a suit or overcoat tailored to your
measure. Call on Lyons & Grimes, 95
Bank street.
At Grand Army hall to-morrow
there will be preaching at 7 p. m. by
Evangelist W. R. Andrews. Subject,
"The Prevailing Sin of . the Age." All
seats are free.
Amy A. Russell, aged 73 years,
died this morning at the home of her
sister, Mrs Marietta Scott, 12 Brew
ster street. The remains will be
"taken to Walllngford for burial Mon
day.
The Eagles this afternoon placed
on exhibition in a window of the
Strobel Jewelry Co $3,500 in gold,
the main attraction at their fair. The
coins are arranged to form the ini
tials of the society.
The claims of John Lynch, the well
known trolleyman; and Oscar Erick
son, police officer, for recent disabili
ties, were promptly paid this morn
ing by C. Horgan, district manager of
the Continental Casualty Co of Chi
cago. ' '
To recover a sum of $400, loaned
Nicholas Tchlgrais has brought suit
against Harry Macareas through At
torney F. P. McEvoy. The defendant
runs a candy store at 632 East Main
street and an attachment has been
made and a bond given.
The board of public works met
yesterday afternoon and talked over
the matter of appropriations for nexc
year.. Nothing definite was done,
but" all were in favor of keeping
things down as low as possible so
that the vote of taxation may be as
low and lower if possible than it
was on last year's list.
Antonio Collanto for theft of a
bag of oats from a railroad car yes
terday was fined $5 and costs in the
city court to-day by Judge Peasley,
The continued case against Vito Per
iello for running a Sunday club on
the Watertown was settled for $50.
Mrs Helminia lies charged with as
saulting her landlord Alex Riehl in
the latter's apartments at 19 Grand
street had sentenced suspended.
Upson, Singleton & Co's simplex
shirt, "two shirts in one" stiff bo
som and negligee, look at them.
Universalist services Sunday at
10:30 a .m. Preaching by the pas
tor, Rev W. F. Dickerman, D. D.
Subject of sermon, "The Sear and Yel
low Leaf. Bible school at noon.
An illustrated lecture on "Con
ceptions of Death by Great
Sculptors." This will be a rare treat
to all lovers of fine art, and a help to
those who need a more cheerful view
of human mortality. Place of meet
ing, corner of North Willow street
and Wildwood avenue. All are cor
dially invited.
New regulations for the transpor
tation of explosives, inflammable ar
ticles and acids issued by the New
York, New Haven and Hartford
railroad company, which are effect
ive October 15th. 1908, are of im
portance to shippers, as it is now re
quired that packages be marked
showing contents; inflammable ar
ticles, liquids and acids in addition
to be labeled. Information as to the
kind of color of labels to be used on
the various consignments may be ob
tained upon inquiry at the freight
station.
The estate of Mrs Annie Powers
over which there was so much to do
a few weeks ago has been settled,
the appeal to the superior court
having been withdrawn. Mr Pow
ers died in Matteawan, N. Y., and
left an estate consisting of cash and
about $6,000 in realty in waterville.
Her heirs were her sisters, Mrs Peter
Burns of Waterville and Mrs Anna
Fitzgerald, a resident of the Channel
Islands in the English channel, just
off the coast of France. It was her
claims as an alien to the property
that made all the trouble and threat
ened to take the matter to the high
est court in the country. The settle
ment made is agreeable to all con
cerned. State College Notes.
The' Connecticut Agricultural col
lege has an enrollment this year of
149 students. Owing to the lack of
accommodations in Grove cottage
several girls could not be admitted.
The out of state students number
thirty-five, many of whom come from
New York.: The college also has sev
eral foreign students, one coming
from Equador and another from India.
SOCIAL AND TBATEBNAL
Eveuts of Interest 1 to Many Water
' . bury People. "
" The choir of St Thomas's church
will resume their whist parties, on
Monday evening in the basement pt
the church. Whist will start prompt
ly at 8:30 p. m. Dancing all even
ing. Music by Chaput'i orchestra.
The annual state meeting of the
D. A. R. will be held at Bridgeport
on Thursday October 29. Luncheon
is to be served at 12:30: Exercises
will start promptly at 1:45. All
members of the local chapter who
expect to attend are dequested to
notify "Mrs R. R. Stannard bo that
sufficient number of luncheon tickets
may be secured. The railroad will
make special rates on that day.
A very pleasant party was tendered
to Mum Esther Cooney at her borne on
Hamilton avenue last evening by a
number of her young friends. Dur
ing the evening Miss Cooney was pre
sented with a handsome gold watch,
Master Joseph llrennan making the
presentation. Piano selections were
rendered by Mrs J. F. Brennan. the
Misses Irene Mulvllle, Helen Slavin,
Margaret Cooney and Esther Cooney.
There were many singing and danc
ing numbers by those present. Sup
per was served at a late hour, after
which the party broke: up, wishing
the hostess many, happy returns of
'.he day. ..
The members of St Mary's Hospital
Aid society wish to publicly express
their deep gratitude to all those who
so generously donated their time,
money and supplies to the supper on
October 14. thus making it a grand
success. An acknowledgement will
be made later in the hospital report.
The dishes yet unclaimed have been
removed to St Patrick's hall and may
be obtained from the presideht, Mrs
Sarah Hayes, on Monday evening be
fore the opening of the regular meet
ing at 8 p. m. All persons holding
tickets . are earnestly requested to
make a return at that time in order
that the committee may balance ac
counts and make a report.
'Two weeks from last evening the
reception and dance of the Algon
quin club is to take place at Buck
ingham hall. Nearly all preparations
have been made for . the event and
the members expect to make it the
banner event in the history of the
club.. In former years the1 affairs
given by this organization have been
largely attended and were consider
ed among the best dances of the
season. This year the members will
not be found wanting and they prom
ise to outdo all former efforts.' The
hall will be in excellent condition
for the affair and every little detail
which tends to make such affairs en
joyable will be attended to. Gali
peau's orchestra will furnish special
music for the occasion.
For
55 Johnson Street, corner Sperry
Streets. Five rooms, front and back
verandas, open fireplace and mantel,
nished complete in hard wood.
372 West Grove Street, four
rooms, all improvements.
96 Fairview Street, three rooms
$8 per month. Inquire of
JOHN J. SHEEHAN
223 South Main Street.
Telephone 249-3.
How essential is a cup of
good COFFEE for break
fast. Our regular standard
35c blend costs you only
18c a pound.
DIRECT IMPORTING CO.
151 Bank St Up One Flight.
Nature Shaped
SHOES,
Children's feet grow very fast,
and there's always danger of
distorted feet from ill fitting
shoes.
The child's foot requires far
more attention than your own.
We carry a'l shape and
sizes at the right prices, so why
not get the children's shoes
here.
Rent
E.J.FINN,
25 Exchange Place.
Next to L Chase's Millinery Si ore.
I
Millinery
Novelties
We have them in hats,
feathers, silks, velvets, rib
bons, flowers, ornaments
and in fact all the different
materials used in the pro
: duction of stylish HAT
WEAR.
I. CHASE i SOU.
Thef.liller&PeckCo
Special Prices for Saturday
Will;
AT 49c Ladles' White Lawn Waists,
, were 75c.
AT $3.98 Misses' 2-plece Wool Suits
were $6.'
AT $2.98 Ladles' Mohair Walking
. Skrts, were $3.98.
AT $3.98 Ladies' Colored Silk Pet
. ticoats, were $5. - , ,
AT 79c All i Wool ,, French Broad
cloth, was $1. f .,
AT 98c Priestley's Silk Warp Mel-
. . rose, was $1.50.
AT 12c No 40 Taffeta and Satin
Ribbons, from 15c.
AT 3c Embroidered Handkerchiefs,
from 5c. , . ,
AT 19c Note Paper, from , 25c. - f
AT $1.00 Elbow length" Silk Gloves,
from $1.50.
AT 10c Lonsdale Cambric, from
12c.
AT 39c :8 1x90 ' Lonsdale Cambric,
' from 50c -AT
19c Women's Split Feet Hose,
from 25c. . . . -
AT 42c Boys' Knee Pants, from 49c.
AT 15c Children's Fine Ribbed
Hose,' from 25c.'
AT 25c Women's Full Bleached
Ribbed Vests and Pants.
AT 39c Men's Outing Night Shirts,
from 49c.
AT 25c Children's Bearskin Bonnets
value 39c. . , .. ,
AT 25c Marguerite Corset Covers,
. with insertion, lace and ribbon,
.. value 39c. "
AT. 25c Children's Dresses with
' hamburg yoke, value 49c.
AT 59c Tapestry Covered Pillows,
' from 75c. '
AT 25c Wilton Velvet Hassocks,
. from 39c. .
AT $1.39 Fall Carriage Robes, from
.$1.75.: . . - - ".:
AT 59c 1.- yard Oilcloth Squares
for stoves, from : 69c. ', . "
AT 49c Straw Matting Rugs, 36x72
Our
Astor Coffee
Is the
Eight Blend
for Sunday
Moraine.;
25c Found.
LA
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For our Saturday Buyers The Quality and. Flavor of this
stock is far superior to the "Western Raised": Try it and see.
The Legs ..... .V.'. -13c to 18c lb
-The Fores ....... 8C ft
Breast Pieces .. , . ... . .70 ft
Nice Chops . ......... 2 lbs for 25c
Spinach !
Extra Fresh and Crisp....
Beef.
Special on Rounds the Steaks.
Shoulder Roasts , .
SEE Our Extensive Display ! You can be Easily
Suited and Save Many $$$$ Here.
Fresh Shoulders,
(A larger supply this week).,
, N. B.: Remember our Mark .Down Sale: At 9:30 Saturday
nieht everything sold in Fresh Meats. Vegetables and f Bakery Goods. :
Nothing Put Away. - ;-' .
THE STORE OF QUALITY AND CASH PRICES
TELEPHONE 937. 68. 70. 72 EAST MAIN ST.
A Big Clambake
Or an excursion td the shore or an
outing in the woods will not be
complete without a supply of
"Pallida" Lager
or
-Alpha" Ale
It will make yon better enjoy the
good air, the woods, the sea and
nature in general. Take soma along
with you. Brewed by
Hellmano
Brewing .Co
Ot what yon want when Jm want
it. Yoa have no time to wait; life Is
ton short. l's the .Democrat want
roiamn for Immediate remits; 25
words S days for 25 oat
JOIICE to The F
111
After the 15th of this
month we shall not adver
tise any more In newspapers
' .' REASON' '
We believe In giving to
our customers the bennflt
of the cost' of the advertise
ment, by giving to them
once a week, FREE, or sell
at a loss, a certain amount
of goods.- It will pay you
to watch our window.
MAlLHIOrS
151 South Main.
YALE YALE YALE
POLISH POLISH POLISH
' Just the shine. that brightens up
copper, brass and other, metals. .
' H Pint can retails . . .15c
1 pint can retails ....... '. 23c
1 quart can retails ....... 40c ,
H gallon can retails ..... 08c
1 gallon can retails...... 91.2ft ;
Endorsed by .Waterbury Fire De
partment. . . ' ' '
Don't forget the Mosaic Picture
Puzzle latest fad. ' ' 1
At Waterbury's up to date Hard
ware Store, ,. .
Hamilton Hardware Corp..
90-04 Bank St
Famous Milwaukee
Schlitz
f On drauj
bottled t
family
one. .
Try our
new grill
m. The
SCHLITZ CAFE
9 South Main Street
Clock and Watch
fc Repairing
at short notice
All work guaranteed.
Prices reasonable.
F. P. BECTON,
. . 25 East Main St.
With J. H Deveraux & Co,
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Every Day .
You Need Our K
27c r i ;
Butter ,
4 lbs for $1.00
Spinach !
..15o peck
lie
9c
9 and 10c ft-
This ii the 'Season of the Tear for
Canned FisH
of ail dercrlptlons. Anything In that
line can be found at our place of
business. We have a very fine Sardine
In Oil at Sc per can. as good as others
tell for 10c; some at 10c and 15c per
can, worm l&c ana zu: jausiara
Bardlnea at 10c per can. Smoked Her
ring, Boneless Herring. Salmon of
any grade, in small or large cans;
Soused Mackerel, ltc and 18e ; Klp
nered Herri n a. 20c: Lobster, finest
-on the market at S5c; Cod Fish of
any description. Try a can or our
fit Charles Evaporated Milk at 9c per
can. it is sure to please you. and yon
will continue to use it. Canned goods
of any description; quality the finest,
price the lowest; also a large line of
Prune at 8c to 15e per lb.
PENN.HDSE.CO.
? 118 EAST MAIN STKIET. .:
Yoa have something to aelL ',. H
yoa want a porchaaer the people
muat know where, to And yon. Lrt
Ithem know by placing want adr n
the Democrat; 23. words' 3 "days for
S3 rents. . : j
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Established 1840
Waterbury's Oldeat and Moit Comnlete Outfitters to Men and Boys.
Hifch : Class Tailoring. lightly-Made Clothintr. .,.
x Furnishings. Hats and Shoes. ' ' .
the best that
0 im
bought for $3.; Cronap dye never fades and these hats
will keep their shape and color as long as you wear them.
L CAPS pur winter caps are aii in, you do not need fur
earbands this weather but will need them soon and you
should remember that you can find them in our stock.
Plenty of Fall caps for evening wear golf or traveling.
C New lines of crushers in the new shades of - green,
$1.50, $2, $2.50.
J. B Mullings & Son,
Bank and South
Street to Street.
Mcrr
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A Sure Way to Save Money Is to Spend
It CAREFULLY
Extravagance, means not only buying unnecessary things and thus
wasting, money, but in paying unnecessarily; High prices for things
really needed. No one with the inclination to make comparisons needs
to pay for an article more than is necessary. It is a simple business prop
osition, to -find out, by comparisons, where you can buy most advantag
eously. . Come in and let us prove to you that this is the place. Every
thing for Housekeeping. , . '. i , '
PURX1TURR, CARPETS, CROCKKBV. STOVKS, RANGES, LASH'S,
CLOCKS, PICTURES, etc. etc. i '
If you need -a Range or Parlor Stove it will pay you to see our line
of Crawford and .'Acorn Ranges and Heaters, there are none better and
we have' a complete fline for you to select from. t
Boston Furniture Co.
South, Main. Scovill and BrooV Wttv
THE OLDEST A l) LARGEST COr PLETK HOME ' t l'RXISHERS IS
-. . THE CITY. ... ' ..'
The Banner Heater
The Banner Oil Heater is the best and therefore the most
economical to purchase. We carry them in three sizes.
The No. 3, which is the most popular, retails for about $4.
They are smokeless and odorless. Call and see them.
HOTCHKISS & TEMP LETON, I ric
"CUTLERY" v 85 South Main St, 34-46 Brook St. MILL SUPPLIES
tk 1 ' " i"S 1
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Miss Loretto C. Mahoney
Graduate of Notre Dime Convent," -
TEACHER OF PIANO,
Certificated Pupil and Assistant of '
PROF. JULIUS BAIER
Will Resume teaching Sept 10.
STUDIO 256 SOUTH MAIN ST,
'- ' '.' . Telephone 67 L1'' , '
fill;
11C li
LOUIS HUSS. Prop.
Fresh Shoulders per lb .10c
Pork Loins per lb . , . .12c
. . . . . .
Round Steak per lb . . , 12c
Loin Steak per lb . ' . V 12c
Pot Roasts " . . ; . 6Vl2c
31bs Hamburg . . ..... 25c
Roast Beef .. . . V 10-12c
Short Steaks per lb . . . ..16c
SATURDAY
WE sell a great many hats and have for
years and when we say that the J.
. . B. Stetson & Co. soft hats and Cro
fut,& Knapp derbies are the best, we know
what we are talking about.
CL "KNAPP-FELT DE LUXE" cost $6 and.
. shniilrl he eond for thev cost enough to be
can be made, we sell a great
many of them on account of their une qual
' ity and handsome proportions, they fit the
head better than most hats. The Knapp-
Felt at $3, we sell hundreds of them every
season for it fc the ?ery best hat that can be
Main Street.
Waterbury, Conn.
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CANVAS GOODS,
Hunting Coats, Pants, Vests, Hats, Leggins,
Gun Cases, Etc " '.'
GUNS.
Over 200 to Select from. . Regular $6.59
Single Barrel SHOT GUN, only $3.50.
Everything for the hunter at
Tk n r w;i
ju f i noun vvs.
15, 17, -East Main Street. .
Complete line of fine Enam
eled Ware
I Siuootl), brigtit fluish. Heavy double
coated, making them wear much
longer than the ordinary gooda. Prices
wry reasonable to introduce the Una
In the new atora of
P. H. QARRITY,
' 342 South Main St.
Scientiflo jPhunbiwr andt Sana tart
Work. . . ' . ,
TELEPHONE 1069-4.
WHAT A
of Women's .
TANS
you arc 'ahowing!" Ves, not only
showing .but telling. .
fttY TAT A ATiTl T
in 4 styles. No S50 Tan Grain, Hfgb
Cut 8lra ting Boot; No 351. Brown
Vicl Biucher; No 354, Tan Calf But
ton, and No 359, Tan Cair High Cut.
13,60 Smart In Tan-Calf Button: 14
Smart. High Tan Bluchers. Also we
carry a woman's Low - Heel Tan,
High Cut' at 13,50. All direct from
the factories, J
DODGE
14-68 S. MAIN. 'PHONB 111-.

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