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WATERBURY ETENING DEMOCRAT, SATUUDAX, OCTOBER 17, 1908.
THE CURRAN DRY GOODS CO. 00 . si W0 TOILET SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY NIGHT SHOPPERS. Russian Lilies Soap, three cakes In box, for To-night and Mon day lOo box Large Jars of Petroleum for To night and Monday 80 jar Bathasweet, for To-night and Monday 15c box Sheffield's Tooth Paste, for To night and Monday 12VoC tube La Blache Face Powder, in flesh, white and pink, To night and Monday 29c box 8 REAL LIVE SPECIALS FROM BASEMENT. Punch Bowl on Stand, with 12 , Punch Cups, rich pressed cut . glass, regular 1 3, at a set. . . .$1.98 JTable Tumblers, heavy crystal banded, regular 36c, at a doz. .21c Saucepans and Covers, 4-quart, gray enamel, worth 39c, Spe cial at 15c 3 SPECIALS FROM OUR READY TO WEAR DEPARTMENT COAT WAIST AND KIMONA. Jft'omen's Coats, 50 Inches long, box fronts, semi-fitted, backs made of black kersey cloth, To-night and Monday $9.50 White Lawn Shirt Waists, tuck ed and trimmed with inser tions, embroidery and val lace, slightly soiled, value $1.25, To-night and Monday 75c Long Kimonas, made of crepe cloth, finished wtih bands of Persian trimming, To-night ' and Monday .$1.25 2 SPECIAL VALUES IN SILKS. 19-inch Satin Messaline, plain and fancy stripes, all new col orings, regular price 1, To night and Monday 75c 16-inch Black Dress Taffeta, glace finish, guaranteed to wear, regular price 1.25, To-night and Monday ...... .95c Yofc 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. MASKS a Co., Inc. MILLINERS 109 Grand 102 Bank. Successors to A. F. Cowles 10 Scotts, Dyers and Cleansers of New Haven Have a Branch with Conway's Art Co 26 . Main St Telephone WALL PAPER SALE I 50.000 Rolls at 4c a Roll Ceiling and Border to match. Hang ing paper 12c a roll. We furnish la bor and paper for 'i a room. 10 per cent oil tor cash. Com. Decorating Co., 80 Abbo" Get the rlsht store. . Find tenant for that vacant ten ement by placing a 25 -cent adv la the Iuiocrai. Get Busy. Have Your Furnaces, Ranges, and Stoves put in shape for Winter. WHERE? at The Barlow Bros. Co., 61, 63, 65 Grand Street Plumbing, Heating, Roofing, Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Etc m m 9 IH?tur 2 NUMBERS IN LACE NET FOR TO-1 NIGHT AND MONDAY. 45-inch Net, cream, white and ecru, figured and spotted, in new designs, regular price $1.25 a yard, Special To-night and Monday 6p,c A new Tosca Net with large dot, plain and tucked, in cream and white, regular price $1.50 a ayrd, for To-night and Mon day $1.00 a yd 3 SPECIALS FROM OUR DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT MONEY SAV ERS THESE. 1 case large size Crochet ' Bed spreads, worth $1.25, ' To night and Monday 98c 10 dozen Bleached Sheets, worth 50c, Tc-night and Monday ... .39c 50 pieces White Mercerized Westings, worth 25c, To night and Monday 15c 2 SPECIALS FROM OUR MEN'S GOODS DEPARTMENT. Men's and Women's Coat Sweat ers, in oxford and white, value , $3, Special at $1.98 Men's All Wool Black Half Hose, . light and heavy weight, value 25 and 39c, Special at. ig0 3 SPECIALS FROM OUR THIRD 1 FLOOR. Drapery Silks, Cheney's best, all new patterns, regular price 69c, Special .39c Lithograph Tops, all new and latest designs, Special at 25c Sash Rods, regular price 5 c, Special 2 for 5c The Child-Heron Law Corporation Credit Ratings, Accounts Collected. 79 North Main Street, Waterbury. 152 Chapel, 136 Fairfield, New Haven. Bridgeport HARTFORD, 904 MAIN ST. iAKE chances ii you want to but you often pay dear. lor it when you buv 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 ft ring. 11979 Apr 10, 'OS, 1 diamond ring. 11982 Apr 10, '08, 2 rings. 11983 Apr 10, '08, 1 diamond ring. 11990 Apr 11, '08, 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. IPHAM, Builder, also Saw Milt and Moulding Mill, Cor. West Main and Mattatock Streets. PENMANSHIP. PROFESSOR HOLLEY leaches every pnpB to write a fine rapid, business hand, in course of 16 private lessons, and no failures. All kinds of en work executed hi the highest de free of art ' 167 BANK STREET. People Whose Garbage ts neglected will sad alck relief by sending a postal or calling by tale phone. No lOSl-t. XL U. RIGHT. WATER VrXJJL Try a Democrat Want. r " RIBBON VALUES THAT SURPASS ANY WE HAVE EVER OFFERED. A six inch Taffeta Ribbon, heavy quality, value 39c, Special for To-night and Monday. , . .25c a yd Silk ribbon, four inches wide, all colors, value 21c yd, Spe cial for To-night and Monday . , 15o a vd No 40 Taffeta, all colors, includ- . ing white and black, value 17c Special for To-night and Mon day .' 12V00 a yd No 12 Satin Ribbon, Special. . -2o yd GOOD SHOES FOR $1.98 A PAIR. Seems impossible, but these shoes are both comfortaable and durable. They are especially priced for To night and Monday. Women's Patent Colt Button Shoes, Special Price. $1.98 Misses' Tan Calf Button, High Cut Shoes, Special Price $1.98 A full line of Children's Shoes. 25c HOSIERY 19c FOR TO-NIGHT AND. MONDAY. Women's Fine Cotton Hose, full regular made, all black or BDlit sole, value 25c, To-night and Monday t 19c Children's School Hose, wide or narrow rib, triple knee, neei and to. sizes 6 to 10, To night and Monday ....... .12VC UNDERWEAR FOR FALL AND WINTER. Women's Wool Ribbed Vests and . Pants, will not shrink, To night and Monday ......... -75c Misses' Heavy . Fleece Lined . Vests and Pants, all sizes, To night and Monday. -25c a garment Home Made Jellies: Grape, Wild Grape, Crab Apple, Crab Apple Converse. 25c a Glass. Woodruff Grocery Co. Phone 404. UP-TO-DATE FRESH EGGS 44c a DOZEN. Poultry farm Eggs are large clean eggs which we received from nearby poultry 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 the tirce to get measured for a NOBBY SUIT for SPRING OR SUMMER F. BUCK. 132 North Main. Tel. Call Fashionable Tailor. Ladies or Gtntt Garments Large Vans for Furniture Moving PIANOS moved by Hall's Patent Piano Mover. . Teaming of All Kinds. Storage at Reasonable Rates. Ralph N. Blakeslee Cffice 129 Meadow St IX yon are toocmt, tor voardert, try the Democrat want adve for re salts; 28 words 3 tays for 23 ceatfc I BILL AND BILL 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 BERNAT HOLZER'S 199 South Main Street. We Will Serve To-night Vanilla, Chocolate, Coffee Ice Cream, and Frozen Pudding;. Saturday Candy Fresh to-day, 29c. Belle Mead Sweets, 60c. Get acquainted. APOTHECARIES HALL CO. LADIES ! ! It you are after tremendous assort ments of Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats at split-up prices that hit the masses, call on us, providing your heart is good and strong if In a weakened condition, It may be advis able to stay away, as our prices are so much lower than you have been in the habit of paying. It's the only place in the city to get up-to-date Millinery Bargains, is the old estab lished, original . , FREEDMAN'S Bargain Millinery 265 Bank Street. No connection with any other store in the city by the same name. MEN'S HUNTING SHOES. If you need a shoe that's as near WATERPROOF as 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 trie Blackstone Russet or Black High Cut Boot. $4.98 the pair. -THE- ARTHUR BRADLEY CO. 52 Bank St.' WHERE CAN YOU FIND 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 783-3. FOR GOOD SHAVlNCi AJiD BUB OOTTINO t ' G1TTEB & HODSON'S MtwSnoy IS WE8T ilAlH STBBKT, Orar Putt Luck Boon. a. O. JACKIirE & SONS 75 BINS STBXET. Odb Center St 1 ARE BILLED Give Your Radiators and Pipes a Coat of Our Gold or Aluminum BRONZE , 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, Bronze Liquid and Brushes : : : : WE SHOW YOU HOW TO USE THEM. The Ziglatzki-Marks Co 110-116 South Main. Tel. LIOHTWITH OAS LIGHT WIATH gAs The United Gas Improvement Co. Center and Leavenworth Sts. L I G H T W ITH OAS EACH is the price we've marked a lot of framed colored prints just received. SEE OUR WINDOW Ttje Curtis Art Co. 135 BANK STREET. 1 HALLOWEEN PICTURE POST CARDS FRAMING AT ADT'S ; If you want something different In Hallowe'en Novelties come in. You may get some ideas by looking at our windows. We are still selling College Banners and Posters. Our fall lines of Mouldings are now in. Framing department on first floor. Adl's Art Store and Photograph Studio 54-56 Bank Street . . Sao a Dollar. Every fcttn-aci a Mt ck mm Mate pin am fen k) dupborW in ttw Buy Hit tmkUki sua it TO ut am infltr Swell Fall Shapes Patent Colt and Tan Calf $3,00 Vici Kid, all styles . . $2.50 NEW ENGINE C0USE, Uij Canie SevertI Trsnifert to Be Dade. With the opening of the new Bald' win street engine bouse there la like ly to be several changes made In the fire houses of the city. Since the new men were appointed to the depart ment there has been considerable changing and not a few transfers. Many firemen, who are not satisfied at present are banking upon being transferred when the new house it opened. They think a big change will be made all around ana mat me number of transfers will be numer ous. It was said some months ago that in the future firemen would be placed In houses nearest to their homes. This plan has not been car ried out to any extent although the men anticipate something of the kind when the Baldwin street nouse is readv for business. Some of tbe men become restless after a time and like a change. It is the same la other cities where It is a permanent depart ment. The men ask for transrers and often times they are granted pro vided the men are on good terms with the captain. But where a man wantr to be moved because of some differ ences with the captain, his request Is not generally granted because ' would play havoc with the discipline of the department. i i - BR00KLYS BEEFS. Th St Thomas Cadet association will meet at the Lyceum to-morrow morninr at 16:46 o'clock. : The Naugatuck Valley confer ence of Congregational churches will meet at the Third church on Tuesday morning. " . m nut for the football game to morrow between the Brooklyn Ath letic club team and the Starlights of Naugatuck. The game will take place at the Driving park. . John Henderson will have to mnvA tain house on Washington ave nue to make way for the Clark street extension. There is no getting away from the fact, It has got to go. The Brooklyn Improvement society met last night in the Lyceum forty strong and took steps to have the city bring suit immedlatelv to have the home of its former chairman removed. Mr Henderson was bitterly denounced at last nlght'fc meeting and the members are now n n in arms because of what they term the stubbornness of Mr Henderson. Before tne meeting aa joumed a joint committee composed f thrc members of the Brooklyn so ciety and three from the Town Plot Improvement society was appointed to confer with the mayor and urge him tn ttcf. net ion which will compel the Henderson homestead to be mov ed. The committee is as follows: Jeremiah Devine, chairman; Michael Mnhnn Parrlrlc McNamara. William Nichols, James Tyack and Hans Ras- mussen. The, Brooklyni.es neio a rousing meeting and It Is a long time since such enthusiasm has been dis played in the Lyceum. It looks as though the society is about to enter on a new lease of lite and judging from the number of taxpayers and voters on hand last evening there Is still considerable Interest, in the Rrnnirivn nr.rnniza.tion. - Mr Hender son was severely censured during the meeting, some of tne memDers stating that although he was one of the nrim mnvnrn for the extension Of Clark street he Is now the only ob stacle which prevents tne improve ment from being finished. But Mr Hpndsrson wag not the only one that was hammered during the session and thn administration came in ior a lew hard knocks. The members went on ret-nrd as belno- oDDOsed to the expen diture of any money on the Bank street bridge, what tney want is tne new bridge which has been planned snd for which thev have been wait ing for some time. They think it Is the part of folly to waste any money on the nresent structure and were nnt a hit hankward in exDressinar tneir opinion upon tne mauer. iney oioo airen tnpir sentiments on me (inn Hit Inn nf Pnrtnr street near the bridge which the railroad recently erected over mat street. . iney nave reason to complain aoout tne street tnr it ia in awful shane and as stated before someone Bhould be made to put H in proper snape. LABOR MARKET LOOKING UP . Demand for Men Continues to In crease Throughout the Country. ' New York, Oct. 17. -Unions in this city affiliated with the American Federation of Labor received reports from towna and : cities throughout the country as to the general state of trade. These reports showed in most cases that the increase in the demand for men which began about two months ago still continues. ' Reports from the cities in Georgia were to tbe effect that there was good employment at good wages in the skilled trades, in unicago ana several other cities in Illinois me chanics were finding work readily. Conditions were improving in a num ber of towns selected at random in Indiana. In the principal cities of Kansas there was a steady improve ment and wages were keeping up. Work was fairly plentiful in Min nesota. Mississippi and Missouri Sawmills were being opened up in some of the Missouri towns and the railroads were increasing their shops forces. In several Ohio towns work had been steadily increasing for some weeks. New York state was the slowest to show and change for the better, but them were indications of Improved conditions generally this state. LEGACY CURES TAGAB01TD. Professional Tramp.. Receiving S30. 000. But Hotel Quits Road. Colorado Springs, Col, Oet IT. H. P. Cralr of Detroit, after twenty years at a professional tramp, has nult "the road." His motner died recently la Detroit and left him ISO, 000. The first Installment of the legacy has just reached the heir, who has been waiting for it here. Craig announces now that he ts done with the hoboes, the blind bag gage and the rest, and has proved his sincerity by purchasing tbe Huerfano hotel, a down town hostelry, for I1Z.000, . KILLED 03 TRACK Kicolo Zeino Escaped One Traifl io the! Aootbcr. I Nicolo Zenno, a former employe of Randolph & Clowes was killed by the care this morning at the Jack son street bridge. He was walking along the track and stepped aside to get out of the way of the south bound passenger train at 1:30 and came In front of the north bound passenger in charge of Engineer Houghton and Conductor Munson. His legs were cut off, bis left side torn open aed bis face ground off. Medical Examiner Crane was called and ordered the body removed to Berglns morgue. He had a pay check In bis pocket from Randolph Clowes marked 120, but upon In quiry there it was stated that be had not been on tbe payroll since last September. A number of the dead man a countrymen gathered about the body in the morgue and many claimed that there was some mistake about the Identity of tho man. Tbe identity of the dead man was established beyond a doubt this after noon, showing that no mistake had been in the first place. He resided on Charles street and leaves a wife and six children. He was working for the trolley company and was hur rying along to the car barns In the west end when he was killed. . HID THEFT TO HELP BOYS Stork Brokers Tried to Shield Deaa Defaulter's Orphaned Sons. New York. Oct. 17. In the" hope of avoiding a scandal that would cast a cloud over tne iives oi two Doys, the members of the Stock exchange hous of H. I. Judson & Co, tor weeks concealed the fact that they l.J km. rnlihsd nf 13K. flOfl llV tt trusted employe. They succeeded until yesterday, vhen tne story De- came known In Wall street. 1 Henry L. Saultonstall, head dook- keeper and managing clerk of the concern, died September 12, after a , brief illness. Previous to the instal lation of his successor the books, which had been examined on Octo ber 1 1907, were turned over to an . j .i. J..l . Aim- expert, ana iub ueimvuuuu un covered. . j . H. I. Judson. the head of the tlrm, at his home in Greenwich last night said: - 'i "We are sorry that this affair be came public, particularly in the man ner it did. The Arm will stand the loss, and our reason for not wishing it to get into the papers was because we wished to protect the two small sons of Saultonstall. The man is dead and there Is no one to be pun- ished." ' u T t.ioah A- rA nrtA nf 4 ha . best known firms on the New York slock exenange. iub unite j at nu .. . i rrt t . I . . ' t Wall street. Mr Saultonstall was for ten years the head bookkeeper and was trusted Implicitly. As a matter of precaution, however, once a year, generally In October, an ex pert accountant was caned m to go over the books and certify their ac curacy.' - ' -" , The head bookkeeper lived in - Eticabetb, N. J. with his wife and two children. Two years ago his wife died. He continued In the home , he had occupied, and his devotion to . friends and neighbors. He belong ed to no political organization, but , a rew aavs Deiorn nis aenin whs nominated for the board of educa tion by the republicans of his dis trict. When after his death It was dis covered that he was short, it was de- - Ciaea uy me meniuern ui ui nnn to say nothing about It. It is said it was learned in the course of the investigation that the bookkeeper had been dabbling In stocks, and when the bottom dropped out of things last November, about a month after the annual examination nt Yta hnnbfl ha Wflft PBiiffht in tho slump. In order to make good, It is said he took small amounts and finally 1 . .HAH . k linn. nnn.AOT tng what he had lost and make ood the defalcation. WRONGED HUSBAHD FORGIVES. Gives Wife to Girlhood Lover After Hearing His Sorry Tale. Petersburg, Ind, Oct 17. Sherman Klime, a wealthy farmer of this county, returned from a man hunt in Arkansas with a strange story. Mrs Klime deserted ber husband some weeks ago and it was supposed that she had gone to join a man named McArnold, to whom she was engaged when 16 years old, but whom she did not marry because of Klime found his wife near Plnk- ney, Ark, and she confessed that she had joined McArnold, giving as a re a-' son that his wife had recently died and left a family of three small chil-. dren. She said McArnold was very poor and when his story had come to her through a neighbor in this county h.f r.M Inv vAtiirnAif and kIia It.! A termlned to join him and be a mother to his children. . Klime, still determined to kill Mc Arnold, went to his farm and intro duced himself aa a stockman. He found his ' rival . living on a poor, rocky farm with only a few herd of stock. McArnold became confidential, told now ne nan lost nis wife and how two weeks before the youngest .kit. VaJ . n- . tentlon. . The story so worked nnon Kllma. that he revealed hii identity, gave McArnold some money and came back ' home without any blood on his hands. I went to Arkansas with murder in my heart," said Klime as he step ped from the train, "but when I heard McArnoId's story and saw how badly he needed a mother for his children .1 l i m . v i . . . I luvugui ii iuej luvca eacn otner nv needed her worse than I do, but I tell you when I gave her up I parted with eTeryinmg inai i oeia aear in this world." Wall Up.. "la your son derelict la his ttndlee, Mrs. ComeupT Tea. Indeed he Is. and It makes) ts so prond of the dear boy to bar III his t etchers say so." Bait! more American. tn Democrat Want. ) 7"