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WATER BURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1008.
THE GURRAN DRY GOODS CO. ' Hundreds of people came vesterdav who said thev do not ordinarily attend sales thev were not prepared for such rood fortune "Did not expect to see any such values." They are coming- back with their friends and thus the interest crows. Whatever your prejudice may be reeardine sales, don't stand in your own lirht this time. Goods are rapidly increasine in mice and we would not fulfill our trust to the public did we not exhort them to provide their wants while o ices are lowest. To-morrow will be a busy day on our COAT and SUIT FLOOR It was one time supposed that an alteration ruined a raiment IT IS NOT SO when nrooerlv done done the wav wc do it the rarment is better than before it is as rood as custom work as rood as if it were mad to order for vou from the commencement. That is the secret of our rea dv to wear rarment success. Ask those who have bourht here for years and they'll tell you the same thinr. HERE ARE TWO SUIT SPECIALS. Ailot of Tailor Suits, made of broadcloth and stripe serges, long ' and 1 semi-fitted i:oats, finished with satin and large buttons, flare skirts with deep fold, value $25, Sale Price. $18,50 Tailored Suits of English -worsteds, serges and broad cloth, several different model coats, modified shenth and flare skirts, Sale Price .$25.00 A CHILDREN'S COAT SPECIAL. Girls' Coats, made of navy, car dinal and brown kersey, cloth, box fronts and back, lined with red flannel, age fi to 14 years. Sale Price $5,98 SHE AND DRESS GOODS. 19-ineh Satin Fekin Stripe Mes saline, street and evening snartes, regular price one. Anniversary Sale 45c i!lack Satin Duchesse Satin, a very high lustre, soft finish, . for trimmings and gowns, regular price S9c, Anniver sary Sale 69c 44-inch Chiffon Panama Suit- lugs, 10 colors and black, strictly all wool, regular price $1, Anniversary Sale . . 69c 64-inch Black Panama, soft cheviot - finish, perfect jet black, regular price $1, Anni versary Sale 72c REAL BARGAINS FOR MEN. Men's Royal Standard 'Camel's Hair Underwear, a fine, sofr; - wool garment, that is a bar gain' at $1; Sale Price. . . . 75c ' Men's Black All Wool Half .Hose, all sizes, 9 Vi to 11, value up to 39c; Sale Pric. . 19c. 3 vr for 50c Latest Fall Millinery. Exact Reproductions of Hats worn at New York's most stylish event, the Annual Horse Show. Efenine and Dress Hats. Ribbons. Feathers and Buckles. AHard & Blanchette, 124 South Main Street. A DECIDED PLEASURE to Millinery Buyers to visit this sbop of stylish, fashionable head wearhiRs. Prices in keep ing with every purse. F. L. MARKS & Co., Inc. MILLINERS 109 tiraml 102 Bank. - Successors to A. F. C0WLES. aieiw wn 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, Healing, Roofing, Hardware, Tinware, Sfoves, Eic. TO-MORROW WILL BE A GREAT DAY AT THE Aeeiver The Question On All Will it Men's Nightshirts, made from the best flannelettes, wltli and 'without' collars, regular 75c line, Sale Price 49c Men's Hemstitched Fine Cun bric Handkerchiefs, regu'nr 10c alue, Sale Price 3i; Men's Coat Sweaters, in ox f r.vj gray, regular $2.50 va'ne Sale rrlce ..$1.50 Men's Ribbed Fleeced Lined Underwear, fine combed yarn, regular oOr, special, Sale Price 39c MORE CHANCES FOR MONEY SAV IITGS IN COTTONS. 20 pieces Fruit of the Loom Muslin, worth 12 Vic, Anni versary Sale 8c 100 pieces Best Quality Shirt ing Prints, worth 7c, Anniver sary Sale 4c 1 case White Mercerized Waist ings, worth 12'2 and 19c, An niversary Sale 9c 2,000 yards remnants Heavy Outing Flannels, worth 10c, Anniversary Sale 7c 50 pieces White or Grey Fleece Blankets, worth 59c, Anni versary Sale 39c WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S STOCKINGS FOR THE ANNI VERSARY SALE. Women's Fine Cotton Hose, all black, or split sole, regular price 25c, Anniversary Sale... 19c Children's Wide Rib School Hose triple knee, heel and toe, sizes 6 to 9V4. value 12', 4c, Anniversary Sale, 3 prs for.. ..25c UNDERWEAR FOR WOMEN. Women's All Wool Vests and Pants, regular price $1, Anni versary Sale 69c LISTEN! If you would like some of the best Cooked Ham, Dried Beef, Sliced Bacon, etc, sliced very thin and in uniform thickness, come to our store and see it cut with our new slicing machine, in the south window. "We Please With Ease." DUESLER BROS. PEOPLE'S MARKET, Phone 469. 21 Phoenix Ave. SCOTT'S Cleansers 26 East Main Street. WITH CONWAY ART CO. DYE or CLEANSE GLOVES SlITS LACES (TUTAIXS FEATHERS . DRAPERIES GOWN'S CARPETS, ETC. Free Delivery Telephone. Yours,' truly, SCOTT'S. PLUMBING PROMPT ATTENTION OUR MOTTO l et ua furnish an estimate on your next job. We will save money for you : : : : : D. F. McCarthy, The Plumber, . BOYS CLUB Bl ILDISM. 24 Cottage Place Te!eho.ilM Sides is How Long Last? Women's Wool Ribbed Vests and Pants, steam - shrunk, value 9Sc, Anniversary Sal? -79c OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT IS CROWDED WITH BUYERS. Here arc three reasons why it should be: Women's Tan, Russia Calf, Blucher Cut and Button Shoes regular price $2.50, Sale Price $1.98 Women's Patent Colt, Welt Sewed, Cuban Heel, Button Shoes, regular price $3, Sale Price ...$2.48 Misses' Tan, High Cut, Button Shoes, regular price $2.50. Sale Price $1,98 INFANTS' AND CHILDREN'S WEARABLES IN THE ANNI VERSARY SALE. Children's Striped Outing Flan nel Kimonas, regular price 49c, This Sale 23c A lot ot Children's Short White Nainsook Dresses, a little mussed, regularly sold for 89c, $1, $1.25, This Sale 62c Infants' Wool Bootees,, pretty colors, This Sale ....'.'. 15c FLANNELETTE GOODS. Women's Outing Flannel Skirts, made with scalloped flounce, This Sale 18c Extra Size Outing Flannel Skirts extra length and width, This Sale ..50c Misses' Outing. Flannel Skirts, pretty stripes, This Sale 15c CORSETS. The Reine" Corset, new models, in medium and very long hip, unbreakable steel, non-rustable,a regular $1.50 Corset, Special for Saturday .$1.00 Old way, best way. New England home made mince meat is what you will And Mrs McPherson's home made mince meat to be. Pint Jar, 25c. Quart Jar, 40c. Woodruff Grocery Co. 'Phone 4l. FOR A SILL DEPOSIT we will hold anything that yon se lect from our large stock of Dia monds, Watches and Jewelry. This is a good way for you to buy your Christmas presents early and pay as convenient. See our window full of Diamonds. Compare our prices. DIAMOND BROKER. M. A. GREEN, Buckingham IITd'g. 200 Rank St. DAGUERREOTYPES can be copied so as to give you a more useful picture. The sepia copies we make are fine examples of portraiture. Order now 'for Christmas. mince The Curtis Art Co. 135 BANK STREET. Picture Framing. WARM SHOES Ladles' warm Beaver Top' and Leather Sole Shoes at.. . , , .-89c Leather foxed wool lined Shoes at,... ..... ....... ... .. "c All Kid Blucher, Patent Tip and Flannel lined at'. .V. . .11.30 Men's and Ladles' all Felt Sllnners at. . . .' ............ . . . 39c AT BERNAT HOLZER'S ' 199 South ' Main Street. Are You Aware of the Fact , that when you are haying your house painted It ! more Important to have good paint than to hare a good painter if you cannot have both ? The cost of the finest Quality of paint is only about one-third of the total cost of painting, ana the difference between the finest quality of paint and cheap paint 15 ONLY ABOUT PER CENT, of the total, ' while the good paint will wear twice as Ion; as the cheap paint, and look better all of the time. ; This fact is fully realized by many of our eminently sue cessful business men and farmers in this vicinity who ' have had their residences painted at various times with 1 ( H.W. Johns' Liquid Paint and are ready to testify with pleasure to its merits. H. W. Johns' finest quality Pabt is not sold as low in price as most of the so-called first-class paints, because it costs more to make it, but -in the end it is by far the cheapest, because it goes farther, looks better, and wears longer than any other. Try it at d be convinced. Tried once used always. Color card showing 54 populc shades may be had by calling on APOTHECARIES HALL CO. SPECIAL SALE! In Ladies Trimmed and ITntrimmed Hats at SPECIAL PRICES If you are after tremendous as sortments of Trimmed Hats and Mil linery Goods at Half the Price as elsewhere, come down to lower Bank street as it will pay you to come down from distances to trade with the well known, old established Bargain Millinery 265 Bank Street. Remember the name as we are not connected with any other stores by the same name. ....... Women's TAN SHOES For Fall. We have a fresh, new stock of stylish tan and wine foot wearnothing carried over from last season made, by shoemakers for particular people correct and up-to-date. BLACK, TAN AND BROWN CLOTH TOPS. $3.50 $4 and $5. -'V t THE ARTHUR BRADLEY CO. 52 Bank St. ' 1 A List of Pianos andi Player Pianos, to Select From. 1 PIANOS. KNABB. IVKRS & POND, FISCHER, MATUSHEK, ; HOBART M. CABLE, . R. S. HOWARD. - : " - . MILTON, NELSON, - . . PLAYER PIANOS." KNABE-ANGELUS, IVERS & POND, ANGELLS PIANO, AUTO PIANO . . and SIMPLEX. 1HE . Driggs & Smith Co., 112 Bank St Local Representatives. , This it the Season of the Tear for Canned Fish of all descriptions. Anything in that line can ba found at our place of business. Wa have a very fine Sardlna In Oil at 6c per can. as good as others sell for lOe; aoma at loe ana ite per can. worth lie and 20: Mustard Bardlnea at 10c par can. Smoked Her i-mr. Boneless Herring. Salmon of any grade. In small or large, cans; 6oubed Mackerel. 15c and ISc ; Krp- oered Herring. 10c: Lobster, finest on the market at 25c; Cod Fish ot any description. Try a Can ot our 8t Charles Evaporated Milk at 9c per can. It la sure to please you. aud yon will continue to use It. Canned goods or tar description, quality the On est. price the lowest: also a large line of prone at sc 10 je per 10., , PENN.nDSE.CO. US EAST MAIS STE2XT. ' ' ARTISTIC WALL PAPERS We have just receiv ed a large line of MURAUa the latest thing in dec orations. Can be used in dwellings. Public halls and churches. You won't find a bet ter line in New York, and our prices are less too. Just come in and look it over. USB A OAS WATER HEATER USE A Water Heater The United . bas Improvement. Co. Center and Leavenworth 5U. USE A OAS WATER HEATER AT ADT'S FOE THE HOLIDAYS. There is one thing that Is alway acceptable as a present and that la a Photograph. Don t put it off long-. er. WE FRAME PICTURES. Have your engraved stationery and calling cards made up at once. AdTs Art Store and Photograph Stndio 54-5 Bank Street. " Company 110-116 South Main. gAs . - WENZEL It's Just About Time You got into your Winter Underwear. The weather is changeable now with the. odds in favor of colder days from now on. . ; . . . . ' , .. OUR TWO PIECE GARMENTS $1.00. 12.00. S3.00. $4.00 the suit in the Finest Cotton and Purest Wool Our Union Suits of the World Famous Yale ' Manufacture . ' Alwavt a Fit. $1.00. Sl.50. S2.0O. $2.50. 13.00. $4.00.. WciuZfiL: : Exchange Place. COADD OF FINANCE Clly Trci lorer'i Rtjcrl Fer Ike UiBto ri October Real. The board of finance met yester day afternoon and after transacting uch builneia as those present deem ed It wise to deapoae of, It was voted to adjourn until next Thursday after, noon at 3 o'clock. . The report of City Treasurer Ed ward L. Tuttle for the month of Oc tober wai received and accepted, as follows: Balance on hand. $396,366.80. 1 . Received from- If. T. Reeves, tax collector: - List 1905, first district, $9,455; second Inside, $317.55; second out side. $S8.83. -, . List 1908.. polls. $1. List 1905. percentages,. $42. ss; lien fees, $7.76. List 1906. first district, $728.17; second Inside, $2,010. 94;second out' side. $134.42. . List 1907. polls. $2. List 1906, percentages. $308.76; lien fees, $26.60. List 1907, first district, $3,196.68; second inside, $5,219.49; second out side, $366.76. List 1908, polls,- $36; military, 110. List 1907, percentages, $327. 55; May water rents. 1908, $2.50; per centages on same, $ .13; lien fees on same, $ .50; sewer assessments, $1,559.96; street .assessments,, si.- 074.06; percentages ot assessments, $3.58; Jien fees, $1. Received from E. S. Hunt: nsi 1 903, first district, $423.88; second Inside. $377.79. , List. 1903, second outside, $4o.u3; percentages, $244.42. , ... List i04, nrist district, xaes.iz; second Inside, $1,033.70; second out side, $152.52; polls, si; percentages $377.24; Hen fees. $42. Received from John P. Kellogg: sewer assessments, $843.24;. street assessments, $1; Interests, $54.08; lien fees, $2.50. .... Received from John H. Crary, clerk: Brookside -home,. ,$19.36; hospitals, $249.53; outside poor, $527.24. . " .,. - -' . Received from J. : J. Fitzgerald, clerk: tuition, $102; rent, $130. Received from Thomas n. Bradd street, controller: public roads $500. Received from W. E. Kennedy, water repairs, $19.66. Received from P. J. McAianon, clerk city court, $1,400. V Manufacturers National bank, in terest city account, $677.46. Manufacturers' National hank, in terest collection account, $31. 4i Total, $419,671.96. Vouchers paid during montn, $140,956.88. Balance on hand, $278,71 a. OS.- " The bond of Officer Maurice Har mon, .1. J. sneenan surety, was reaa and approved. Tim board of education recom mended the increase In the salaiw of the Janitor of the Mulcahy school by an additional $30 per year and tnat of the Webster school Janitor by $60 per year. The matter was tabled until the next meeting. The estimates of the different de partments were received and laid on the table. A communication was read , from Collector Reeves asking that the appropriation for his of fice be made $5,250 for next year: The board of health wanted a trans fer of $700, but this went over with me otner inings. The clerk was instructed to notify the heads of the several departments that the board will give a hearing on the estimates next Thursday, The meeting then adjourned. BROOKLYN BRIEFS. - ' The committee . arranging for supper o the Gleaners held another meeting in Jthe Lyceum last evening. Charles Prusaltls of Green street while going up the steps of his home last evening stumbled and struck his head against the corner of one ot the steps. A bad gash In his crani um was made by the. fall., ' y Brooklyn Is all prepared for tag day and the young women and girls who are" to act as aides and do the tagging are very eager to begin work. A goodly amount' for the antl-tdber-ulosis cause should be collected in this section to-morrow. . ;. 1 The B. A-i C. football team was out for practice last evening,- about sixteen men being in the squad. The Brooklyn football enthusiasts are now of the opinion that the B. A. O. eleven is very strong and in all prob ability will ; wager much money on them if they meet tae All Waterbury aggregation The masquerade given by the Silver Heels In the hall at 103 Green street last evening attracted a large crowd. . There were some very orlg inal costumes and the Judges found it difficult to select the prise win ners. Thomas Bockwltch , won the first prize for the most, ludicrous makeup. He was made up as a hobo. Miss Pearl Cabelli of New Britain, who is the guest of Miss Gussie Dsn lesevlcze, was awarded the prize for having the most handsome costume.. SAWED COOSE IN TWO fially Cot U lo fit! Pirl tl Votl Mtslog. A dispute between Thomas P. Mo Mahon and the railroad company hat .' resulted In a peculiar situation for a family named Knudol and a siege ot Illness for some of the Knudol chiK dren.- It will be remembered that some time ago Mr McMnhon was at oddi with the city and the railroad , company regarding certain develop ments that were taking place near . the McMahon estate adjoining Brown's farm In the west side. The upshot was that the railroad company had considerable land in that neigh borhood condemned on behalf of pub lie demands, to wit, ' the railroad company needed it In Its new faclll- , ties In Waterbury. There was a house on the McMahon property which adjoined the railroad com pany's newly purchased land. A few days ago men in the employ of the ' company assembled near this house, took measurements and did a lot of things which Indicated that the house, or part of It, was an obstruc tion In the paths of progress and It should give way. So early one morn ing the Knudol folks were disturbed by most singular noises and when they got out they saw to their aston ishment that the roof was sawed in two, one room was cut away and part, of the roof, abont eight feet, to be exact, was missing. Naturally the place was very cold with so much' ventilation all about and the child ren not being overburdened with a heavy wardrobe, ' suffered to some, extent. Mr McMahon was notified of what was taking place. He got on the ground with all possible speed and there were some speeches. But some of the men were still sawing woo1. At length Building Inspector Chatfleld was notified and when he got on the scene he stopped the men on the grounds that they had violated the building ordinances by not hav ing obtained a permit to do. the work they were doing. The boss of the men thought it yery queer that a man could not do what he wanted with his own. A certain portion of the house was on the railroad company's land, and he claimed the company proposed to remove It, building ordi nances or not Dunning orninances. . Finally, after more speeches the men were allowed to move that part of me Running wmcn mey tinuuwi wnn on the company's land, whereupon Mr McMahon consulted Attorney Lynch to bring suit against the rail road company for trespass, for dama ges for walking off with a part ot his property, that is. a slice of. the house, and the Knudol people have also conferred with Mr. Lynch with the idea to bring su't for damages for the illness caused by the children taking cold tftrough the operations of the house sllrers: The gaping cut In the roof of the house has been temporarily closed and the place where one room was is wear ing what seems to be a sheath gown. trk riTV cih rt. Boys Called as Witnesses May Get Tn Knva named William Bordner arid Thomas Begley were taken Into custody In the city court this morn- lug WI11IC VUUI I. " " 11. to-morrow morning they may bo charged with perjury or contempt of i.Aii Thv were witnesses In two . 111. . ..a in .i stnn onn cases against two other boys, Jero- mlah Morlarty, 14, and Kdwarn Morlarty, 10, for breach of the peace. The case against Edward Moriary was nolled, after which Officer Jam-s Halpin testified that he was "taking care of the gates on East Main street." From the officer's testi mony It appeared that a gang ot boys that hangs out on Orange street UiaKe HIV HllSrillUIC IU1 FV,,,j, owners and tenants by throwing the fence gates into the street. Last evening as a gang of boys were golns home from the Boys' club the !c cused and witnesses among them, tha gates it seems received some atten tion from them. The two Morlarty boys were arrested on the statement which Officer Halpin claimed Begley and Bordner made to him and Offi cer Tehan. The boys said they heard the gates being detached from their hinges but could not say who 1 do tached them, and, as for- telling the officers that it was done by the Morl arty boysShey stoutly denied making any such statement. The result wa that Jeremiah Morlarty was fined $S and costs and Begley and Bordner were held for to-morrow morning, when further evidence will be takeu In the matter. " ' John Lunkaveclvs was charxixl with beating his wife. The counle have been married but nine mon'lis and the bride fears her husband n longer cares .for her. She said he struck her In the face , Thursday night. He said that' he "merely pushed her and that she Is forever finding fault. The case was contin t . 11.- I ...hi. , w t- i-rn f r ued two weeks without bail. John Pomanosky got Into trouble with his boarding boss, ' Dominie Butkas, on James Btreet last night. They were having a scrap when tn-;v were arrested. Butkas was dis charged and Romanosky was flnd 7 and costs. Of all places in" the world to i.-ilt a dime none but (he police station would do Cornelius O'Brien of Rey nolds Bridge. For vagrancy he wis fined $7 and costs. John Witkis was found aslie,i In a yard on South Leonard street this morning at 2 o'clock. He wej fined $5 and costs for intoxication. - Some time ago Charles Benedict ot Woodbury was left some, money and It seems he Is working as hard as he can to blow It all in. He was ar rested on the green yesterday ani was fined $5 and costs tor Intoxica tion. Joan Gainey was sleeping It off on the soft side of a sidewalk on Rail road Hill street this morning, lis also was fined $E and costs. . , Released on Bail. Chicago. Xov 13. Mrs Martha Mabelle Ounphy, wife of a Boston physician,' under indictment charted with the theft of $6,000 worth of Jewelry and bonds from Charles B. Giles on October 12, who was brought to Chicago- yesterday by Detective Sergeant lnnls Tlernry. "was -t leased on $2,000 cash hall v Judge. llcSurtly yesterday etle?uoou.