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water bury evening democrat. Friday, November i3. ioos.
GRIEVE, BISSET, & HOLLAND 38-40 Bank Street. Tel 583 W'aterburv's Busv Corner Store. AGENTS FOR THK IX. & It. DYERS AND CLEAXEUS. LADIES' HOME JOURN AL PATTERNS FREE. To Every Purchaser of THE WINTER QUARTERLY STYLE BOOK of the Ladies' Home Journal Patterns We Give Free of Charge Any 15c Pattern You May Select This Stvle Book is the greatest f ashion magazine published at the rice. and in it is beautifully illustrated all the very newest fashions in Women's and Children's eannents. It contains 150 naees and more than 1.000 illustrations of patterns for every need of the home dressmaker. In size, beauty of illustrations, and in helnful suggestions this Winter Quar terly far excels anv fashion book selline for 35c to 50c. It Costs You Only 20c For the book and any 15c natter n you mav select. On sale at our Pattern Denartment. , You'll Be Pleased With Our Line of Furs ,. For our stock is unusually lare e and varieties unusually broad. The nieces and nrices are sunerb in stvle and aualitv and are remarkable for their reasonableness. Dron in now and look them over before the assort ment is broken. Furs in the Worn-en's Ready to Wear Department. GRIEVE, BISSET & HOLLAND EYEGLASSES Gold Filled Eye Glasses worth $3.50 $1.00. including a free examination, and Convex Lenses, first quality. Money back if not as represented. We make a specialty of children's cases. After the sight gone then what? Our prices are the lowest for the right glasses. We, are permanently located in Waterbury. The Best Optical Co., 18 Abbott Ave. Waterbury. Conn. Never Fails to Restore Gray Hair to its Natural Color and Beauty. No matter how long- it has been gray or faded. Promotes a luxuriant growth of healthy hair. Stops its falling out, and positively removes Dan droll. Keeps hair soft and glossy. Re fuse all substitutes. 2)4 times as much ! in $1.00 as 50c. size. Is Not a Dye. $1 and 60c. bottles, at druggists Send 2c for free book " The Care ol the Hair. " Philo Bay Spec. Co., Newark, N. J. Hay's Harilna Soap cure Pimpi,, red. rouph and chapped hand, and all akin dis eases. Keeps skin fine and soft. 25c. drugrrisu. Bend 2c for free, book "The Care of the Skin." itmimMiMwwiiiii"""""",,M''MMMMM""""" The Cold Days Are Coming ! Be Prepared and Have Your Furs, We are now having our big annual display. Everything in furs for man, woman or child. Every correct style Is shown in broad variety. We invite you to come and inspect this great assortment of furs whether you wish to purchase or not. A guarantee goes with every garment. Prices are exceedingly low for such 5ne furs. Come now and make your selection and get a full season's wear. EVERYTHING IN FUHS FOR MAN. WOMAN AND CHILD. "IF ITS MADE OF FUR WE HAVE IT. L. TRUDELL, THE LEADING FURRIER OF WATERBURY. 150 GRAND ST., Opp Post Office NALGATLCK MGGETi Horough Attorney Kennedy will represent the board of warden aud burgesses and the member of the board will be present at the hearing in the court room before the railroad commissioners next Monday. It Is thought that the hearing will be largely attended as there Is a great deal of Interest in Vet matter. The hearing will be on the petition to lay a track on South Main street. Florence, the young daughter of Mr and Mrs Jeremiah L. Mahoney of Elm street .gave a birthday party Wednesday afternoon, about 30 of her young friends being present. (James were played, vocal and Instru mental music was rendered and re freshments were served. All present had a very enjoyable time. Mrs Alice Schlosser, wife of Adolph A. Schlosser of Co Central avenue, died yesterday. Besides her husband she leaves one daughter and two sons. The funeral will be held Saturday afternoon at her late resi dence. The Interment will be in Riverside cemetery, Waterbury. The regular meeting of Aetna lodge. Shepherds of Bethlehem, will be held to-morrow night In Pythian hall. There will be Initiation of candidates and after the degree work refreshments will be served. Members are requested to bring cake. The electric street lamps will soon be lighted at 5 o'clock In the morn ing for the accommodation of those who have to go to work very early. At Red Men's hall to-morrow night a dance will be given by Svea lodge, O. V. The music will be furnished by Xorling's orchestra. Mrs John H. Duigan of Rubber avenue has been visiting her parents Mr anj Mrs James Farley in Derby Centennial lodge, I. O. a F., will hold a rehearsal of the second degree to-morrow evening at 7:30 o clock WATERTGWil JOTTINGS Mrs A. W. Gruther of Clinton Is visiting friends in town. Mrs Charles McGuire has gone to the Wallingford sanitortum for treatment. The dance given by St Mary's Drum corps of Oakville in the town hall last evening was largely at tended. The supply of tickets for the Yale- Harvard football game does not equal the demand and there will be many disappointed who Intended to take in the game. A meeting was held last evening at St John's rectory by the different sopieties connected with the parish to compieie arrangements tor tne coming fair to be given for the bene fit of St John's church. The fire department was called to the residence of J. D. McGowan last evening about 9:30 and responded quickly to the alarm. The Are which was caused by a lamp being set di rectly under a chothes frame which contained most of the family wash ing. The clothes caught fire and were entirely consumed and the room was somewhat scorched. The dam age will not exceed 25,to $30. The Big Store With the Little Prices. WE TRUST YOU. CREDIT AT CASH PRICES. Ranges fe We carry the largest line of ranges in the NAUGATUCK VALLEY for you to select from. Price range from $18 to $150 set up complete in your bom?. Every range is fully guaranteed on a money refunl bisis. Now is the tim; when $1.00 WILL DO THE WORK OF $2.00. If in nesd of a range call and look over our sto:k and if we hsve not the bast you have ever seen for the moiejr, do not purchas?. 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. t r- . . : airroury, wjnncci cur. NUTMEG GRATINGS. Interesting Items Boiled Down for Our Busy Readers. Madison A dwelling house owned by Miss. Lotta Howe, was burned late yesterday afternoon. Sparks from a locomotive are -thought to have caus' ed the fire. Loss ?3,000. North Canaan The churches have been notified here that owing to the scarcity of water in the reservoir on Canaan mountain that the use of wa ter motors in the church organs will have to be discontinued. Bridgeport Stricken with heart failure while. - walking -in .Warren street yesterday afternoon, Benjamin Kish, executor of the P. T. Barnum estate, one of the city's foremost citi zens, expired within , a moment. Willimantic Postoffice Inspector Clarahan and Deputy Marshal Smith came here from Providence, R. I., yesterday, the latter arresting Mamie Coleman, a colored waitress, on the charge of sending an obscene letter through the mail. The woman is said to have confessed to the Inspect or that she wrote the letter in ques tion, which was addressed to a young man In Norwich. Willimantic The usual tranquil ity of the school boar meetings was disturbed last Wednesday evening while two of the members entered into a dispute over hiring teachers. The existence of a strong feeling among the Roman . Catholics of the community in regard to this matter was brought out and it is destined to be the subject of serious considera tion before it is through with. Willimantic The buffet car on the express train from Boston due here at 4:07 p. m. jumped the track about a mile east of Hampton jester, day afternoon and delayed the New York express about two and one-half hours. The cause of the accident is unknown, but it was very fortunate that it did not send the train down a forty foot embankment. The wheels on the forward trucks of the buffet car were so badly damaged that the car had to be left at Hampton. Ansonia While crossing . the bridge over the Naugatuck river, coming from the west to the'i east side, a woman dropped a dollar bill into the river below. After watching it for a few moments the woman went on her way. Several persons well known about town, soo beard about the woman's misfortune and hurried to the bridge where they saw the bill floating away on the top of the water. Among those who gath ered at the bridge was "Bobby" Newcombe. who hurried to a saloon, donned an old pair of trousers and again hurried back to the bridge. He climbed over the railing,, dangled a moment from one of the steel beams, and dropped to the sand-bar below, a distance of about forty feet. He then waded out into the current with the water up to his neck and secured the coveted greenback. SOCIAL AND FRATERNAL Eveuts of Interest! to Man Water . ' bury People. To-night the Merry , Phenortons will give a dance at Slmonsvllle school hall. The Owaneco club will give a dance this evening at the Red Men's wigwam, formerly Music hall, an iens' ba.nk building. , To-morrow evening at ' Concordia ball the Russian society will give a Russian ball. Dancing will start nt 7:30 o'clock and will continue until 12 o'clock. To-morrow evening the Hibernians will resume their Saturday sight dances at Hibernian hall. Good or chestra music will be furnished. Re freshments will be served. At the close of the meeting last evening of Court Oregon. No 138, Foresters of America, a forty-five contest was played with the team representing Court Vigilant. The latter won by the score of 17 to 15. There will be a rehearsal of the "Mocking Bird" chorus Sunday af ternoon In the Lalller band room, Piatt's block. J. M. Fulton, the well known musician and band mastisr, will direct the opera, and he wishes every singer to be present. Sheridan council. 24. K. of C. will hold a special meeting to-morrow ' evening In K. of C. hall at 8 o'clock. J The cbmmlttee on third degree will also hold a meeting at the same time and place. The members of the K. of C. choir are requested to meet In City hall Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock. The Knights of the Golden Eagle do not expect to get Into their new quarters on Grand street until De cember 1. The failure of the Elks to vacate the rooms as soon as expects 1 naturally prevented the Goldon Eagles from moving at the time ex pected. On the opening night of their new quarters the lodge expects to initiate about 100 members. At a social meeting of Liberty cir cle, No 650, Companions of the For est, held in Mechanics' hall last even, ing, all arrangements were complet ed for their coming anniversary dance which is to be held in Leav enworth hall Monday evening, No vember 16. It promises to be one of the most popular social events of the season. Chaput's orchestra will fur nish music for dancing. The commit tee who have charge of the affair, have spared no expense In trying to make it one grand social success. St Cecilia's fair was largely at tended last evening. An entertain ment, card playing and dancing were the main attractions. To-night the programme will consist of singing hy Lucien and Louis Crochet and Carl Boesenbruch; singing and dancing by Conners and Levelle; piano selections by Miss Cecilia Boesenbruch; danc ing by Mallet and Murphy. A pleas ing feature each evenig is the music which is being rendered by St Ce cilia's orchestra. For tne enjoyt!ift of those who do not care to danse n card room is reserved. All arrangements are now com plete for the exemplification of the third degree of the Knight of Colum bus which will take place at City Hair on Sunday afternoon. ,: : Captain William Mulligan of Thompson ville who has made a name for him self by this kind of work will look after the work and will have with him one of the best teams in New England. Besides the degree work r.everal prominent speakers will be present to address those present. After the degree work the visiting knights will be given a reception at Knights of Columbus hall. The de gree work will start promptly at 1:30 o'clock and all candidates are requested to report at the hall promptly at that time. Store Open To-night. Store ' Open To-night. Just to Remind You That Our Store is Now in Full Swing we are showing for to-day and to-morrow special values in men's brown, black and fancy mixture suits and overcoats at really unheard of prices C. Big Bargains in cravenettes, all styles and shades in men's and boys' overcoats. BIG MID-DAY SALE IN BOYS' CLOTHING. Our Special for To-day. Men's S22 Suits..' $13.95 Men's $18 Suits 10.95 Men's $16.50 Suits..... 7,95 Men's $12 Suits....... 6.45 Men's $10 Suits. 4.95 Men's Cravenettes. . .$6.45 to $11.95 Values from $13 to $2o. Men's $22 Overcoats $11.95 -Men's $20 Overcoats 10.45 Men's $18 Overcoats. 8,95 Men's $15 Overcoats. ....... 7.95 Men's $12 Overcoats 8,45 Free Suit Case with Each Suit and Overcoat. "'".--" . Cassel & Alexander, Ql South Main Street. Store Open To-night. Store Open To-night. Fortune for Raw Recruit. Chicago, Nov 13. An hour after James L. Dixon was sworn in as a re cruit in the United States marine corps yesterday, he was apprised that his father had died and left him $100,000. Dixon said he would "stick for the big show" and pre pared to go to the marine barracks in Washington, D. C, just as if he had never heard of the $100,000. TIMELY TOPICS. Get a new Set of Teeth or have the old ones renaired so cfttt ett" iov vour Thankseivine dinner. Prices rieht for all kinds of nlate work. Have that achine tooth out or filled, and stoo worrvine yourself and vour familv. No matter how nmrnn!i. VO11 can iret the best of treat ment and Dracticallv Painless Den- tistnr Consult us in all cases lor sound nractical advice. Don't foreet, the name. Best Dental Co;, and the place, over Manufacturers . Bank. 65 Bank St. Complete line of fine Enam eled Ware : Smooth, bright nnisii. Heavy doubli coated, making them, wear much longer than the ordinary goods. Prices very reasonable to Introduce the line In the new stor ef P H. GARRITY, .342 South Main St. Scientifle Plumbine and Sanitaz? Work. TELEPHONE lOfeO-4. At Manufacturers Prices Mattresses. Pillows, Coaches, Brans nd Iron Beds, Rugs, Oil Cloths, ete. We manufacture all our own mat--tresses, pillows, etc. We sav 70a money. Hair and Cotton Mattresses made over. Waterbury Bedding Mf; Co. 250 East Main Street. Htir Bern to Cort.lyou. ' Washington. Not. IX Mrs. Ceorge B. Cortelyou. the wife of the secretary f th tirsMiry. gsre birth to a soa. Would roa wiuoet'waat ro want when a. lie ad might get It I Currans will make a special effort to get Sunday furnishings into their anniversary sale to-morrow. The Spearo Clothing Co have everything new and stylish In their line of fall and winter clothing. Look for bargains at the Public Market to-morrow in meats and gro ceries for Sunday dinner. . Grieve, Bisset & Holland give a ISc pattern free with every sale of Quarterly style book. You get satisfaction in every gar ment sold at the Union Clothing store. Credit If you want It. J. B. Mulllngs &Son have the topcoats you need for this weather. All colors and prices. ' Artistic wall papers and all kinds of interior decorations at Ziglatzki Marks. ' Visit the millinery, store of F, L. Marks & Co's if you want to see the season's styles. ' ... Do not suffer with your teeth while the Best Dental Co does pain less work. Gately & Brennan have some fine overcoats for men at $15, $18 and $25, also fine line of women's coats. Damask flannels, outing flannels and dress ginghams, mercerized pop lins, etc, re some of the popular sellers at Reid & Hughes. Stamps free at the Hub Grocery Co's. Citron, orange and lemon peel at 20c a pound. , Miller & Peck have a sample lot of boys clothing, double . . breasted wool suits. $1.98 up. Special ale of millinery at Freed man's bargain store, 265 Bank street. , . Adt will frame your pictures and make them acceptable as gifts, 54 and 5fc Bank- street. - Langley's household heaters are a combination of steel and cast Iron. Will burn either coal or wood. Wenzel has a good line of winter underwear for men, two-piece suits or union suits as you please. Look up Musler & Llebeskind's ad to-night and attend the hourly sales bargains to-morrow. Dodge has bought goods" already for spring of 1909. Other dealers buy differently. Which Is the bet ter way? . , f Ladies' and Gents' Reliable HPS Imm II Easy Terms, Satisfaction Guaranteed. WALLACE & CO. 25 Abbott Ave., Near Jacques' Opera Houss. POR GOOD 5HAV1N0 AXO KAIB CTJTXiKU GATTER & HGDSON'S NawShop ( w mt UAim rtut-nr. Ov Park Lack STAM PS FREE Citron per lb Orange Peel per lb . Lemon Peel per lb . Oranges per dozen Lemons per dozen . Grapes per lb Sultana Raisins per lb Apricots per lb Peaches per lb . The Hub 20c 20c 20c 30c 25c 15c 15c 18c 15c Grocery Co 118 SOUTH MAIN STREET People Whose Garbage is egisetsd will aid niei reilet bf tending pasts I mt cslllac by tle phone. Ko lOll-l. ; 7L H. USZ3T. WA2Z2THX2i FOR SATURDAY LENOX, LENOX, LENOX, SOAP 3c Cake, 3c Cake, 3c Cake ' ALL SPECIAL, FOR CASH. THc White-Simmons Co.y . Phone 710. ; . ' ' Wholesale end ReUuU