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iWATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1908.
12 THE ARMY AND NAVY JOURNAL aays ordinarily one cannot see how the military power of a nation could depend upon buttermilk, but Investi gations Into the deterioration In the physical development tft the popula tion In certain parts of Germany are expected to show that It Is due to the lessened consumption 01 "" Lately the candidates for the army how an Inexplicable falling off phys-. lcally but which were formerly fine specimens of manhood. Inquiries how tho dairies have been sending the buttermilk far, far away, and the result is the children and grown peo ple can get only the cheap skim milk or comparatively innutrltlous substi tutes. The American Journal of Medical Association says Switzerland is getting into tho very same situa tion. Now then If buttermilk will improve us in our physical develop ment we should drink it by all means, and you get the best at Phelan's Tea store. But this ad man claims for breakfast nice fresh roasted Coffee Is delicious and healthy, and for dinner and supper nice, clean, good quality Tea is very palatable and health bearing. But you must get the good Kind, and Phelan's Is the place to get it. We have a few more coal hods and never break clothes dryers which we give with each pound of warrant ed good Baking Powder, 45 cents per, at PHELAN'S T STORE 42 East Main St. Telephone Get Ready For Christmas Make your selections now ' for your Xmas presents, do not wait until the rush is on. I have some good bargains in diamond rings and brooches It will pay you to look them over. COME TO-DAY! Ralph Jacobs 61 South Main St. USE NUGENT'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS and see only the bright side of life. They are purely vegetable and cure constipation, torpid liver, sick head ache, sour stomach and regulate the bowels. 15c A BOTTLE. Our Prescription filling insures best results from your doctor's rem edies UGBINT'S PHARMACY 6outh Main, cor Scovill Street. N' MZITDIG8 I0-HIQSL . Boys . club. Carpenters union. Company G, C. N. G. Court Falcon, F. of A. C. W, . A. Dressmaking. Sheridan council, No 24, K. of 0. Waterbury council No 10, F. B. I Comstock lodge, No 13, K. of P. E. F. Durand Co, No 11, U. R. K. of P. CITY NEWS. , All wool black kersey overcoats $15 at Upson, Singleton & Co's. There will be a meeting of the Gleaners this evening in St Pat rick's parish hall. All members of the Quaker foot ball team will report at the club rooms to-night for practice. Mrs John Eccles and daughter, Mrs George S. Dews, have returned from a six weeks' tour of Europe. A very important meeting of the Queen's Daughters will be held to night at St Patrick's hall at 8 o'clock. Uncle N. D. Sperry, republican candidate for congress in the second district, reports that he gave 1500 to the republican town committee of New Haven and $1,700 to P. G. Wall. mo, his political agent. Stop, look, read! AV'e are head quarters for stove and furniture re pairs; also will attend to your plumb ing, tinning and jobbing. Telephone 1259-3 or drop postal to W. T. Cor coran & Son, 302 North Main street. Dr Joseph H. Callbreath of 184 North Main street, who has been practicing in this city for the past fifteen years, has left for the west. He will locate in Colorado and the only doctor within eleven miles of him will be his brother-in-law. He was located in Brooklyn until about a year ago and had numerous friends in this city. Boys' heavy all wool serge suits, 7 to 18 years, J 5 at Upson, Single ton & Co's. St Cecilia's church fair continues to draw large crowds and the parish hall on Jefferson street was well filled last evening. In addition to dancing the following stage enter tainment was furnished: Buck and wing dancing by John Malley; Irish reels and jigs, Dinah Fielding and Hannah Burke; vocal selections. Miss Margaret Flannigan; egg dance Prof Tierney. Prof James Smith of Cheshire, violinist, accompanied the dancers. The fair will continue un til Thanksgiving night. This afternoon the W. C. T. U. will hold a meeting at their rron:s, 43 East Main street. A paper will be read by Mrs Ella B. Kendrick of Plymouth entitled "In the Wake of the Mayflower." From 5 to 8 o'clock to-morrow evening the society will serve a lunch. All friends of the so ciety ore invited to contribute food of all kinds, including salads, beans coffee etc. Money will also be ac ceptable as thi3 can be used to buy sugar, milk and articles that it is not necessary to prepare beforehand. 1 he food may be sent to the W. C. T. U. rooms at 43 East Main street any time after 2 o'clock to-morrow after noon. THE CITY COURT. DEATHS AND FmXAXV Well Known People Who Bat Bom Galled 4 war. .'4 u m v. 11 Clio, w Charla. V. Ifannolv whi, has mntiv relatives in Waterbury, died recent ly at ner nome in mica, N. x. Th a 1-Am a Ina rP r K a Iota M fit 1 1 an rletta H. Eldrldge, who died Satur day at ner borne in Spnngneia were brought here to-dav and Interred in Riverside cemetery. The funeral of Mrs Elmer M. Plerpont was held this afternoou with servicea at her lata home on Montgomery street. The burial was in Riverside cemetery. The funeral of Mrs Sarah S. Cald- wall. bvaH 70 vp.ra who died ves- terday, will be held to-morrow after noon at 1:30 o clock from the resi dence of her daughter. Mrs T. S. Clark, Middlebury. The burial will be in Naugatuck. William A. Knowles, aged sixty four years, died yesterday at his home, 50 Field street, as the result of an attack of typhoid pneumonia. Tho HnronsaH i'9i horn in Farmlng- ton in 1844 and came to this city forty-two years ago and with tne exception of two years had resided hara over ainrp living in the Same house in which he died for the past thirty years. He was lormeny a foreman at the rolline mill of the Holmes, Booth & Haydens Co. Mr Knowles is survived by a wiaow, one daughter, Mrs Eleanor La Forge of New London, four grandchildren. Harry Comstock of Chicago, Miss Mav nnmsnwk of this city ana me Misses Virginia and Mildred La, Forge of New London, also a sister, Miss Alice Hoffman of Thomaston. The funeral will be held at 1:30 o'clock to-morrow afternoon with service by the Rev John N. Lewis, Jr, of St John's parish and interment in Riverside cemetery. Rents Large store, 9-11 Grand street; corner South. Main and Grand Grand streets, 7 rooms, five of them front rooms; 96 Fairview street, three rooms. For Sale One roll top desk and large parlor stove, both in first class condition. JOHN J. SHEEHAN WAREHOUSE 223 South Main St. Telephone 249-3. WATERBUEY. Trimmed Hats FOR THE Thanksgiving Season are shown in profusion - every shape being represented and the styles of trim ings are almost endless. I, CHASE & SON. TheMiller&PeGkCo Wall Paper Sale $1.00 a room. 5 and 6 double rolls in each lot without borders. On Wednesday we will place on sale 100 room lots of high, grade Wall Paper, comprising twortones, florals and tapestries, suitable for parlors, halls, -dining rooms and bed rooms. This is an unusual opportunity to select a fine Wall Paper at a low price. Formerly sold from $2 to $4 a room, this sale 1. AT 25c a bundle 4 double rolls without borders. You will find a large assortment in our salesroom on second floor. See window display. ROBES AXD BLANKETS At 20 per cent less than regular . prices. A manufacturer's line of Street Blankets. Chase's "3 Horse Head" goods, all sizes and qualities. Street Blankets at $1 each. Street Blankets at $2 each. Street Blankets at $3, $4 and $5 each. FUR ROBES. Regular size Black Fur AT $5.98 Robes. AT $9.98 Extra size Brown Fur Robes. Black and The Miller&PeckCo BUYING A RAZOR 11.50 to $3.00 the World U like getting married something of a lottery, and in both cases success or failure depends largely upon the temper. Ours are fully guaranteed. Koch's Celebrated . Faultless Brand Henckel's Best in $1.80 to 14.00 Star Safety Sets $1.50 to $20.00 Ever Ready Safety, 12 Blades. .$1.00 Gillette Safety Rasor Sets $5.00 to $30.00 Glad to 8erve You. ' V Hamilton Hardware Corp. , 00-94 Bank St. Manufacturers National Bank ' General Banking, American Express Orders, Safe Deposit Boxes, Foreign Drafts. The Child-Heron Law Corporation Credit Ratings, Accounts Collected. 79 North Main Street, Waterbury. 152 Chape!. 136 Fairfield, - , New Hiven. Bridgeport HARTFORD, 904 MAIN ST. Bonds & Stocks Local investments a specialty, HOLMES & BULL Successors to C. L. HOLMES &CO. Holmes Building Grand Street THE KINGSBURY 150 Rooms, with Bath, $1.00. 40 Large Rooms, with Bath,' $1.50. Central Location Modern Improvements. JAMES F. WILLIAMS, v Manager, Center Street, Waterbury, Conn. Washburn's Gold Medal $6.50 Sentence Suspended on Man Accused of Runnine Gambling Joint. The continued hearing on the gam bling cases 'against Francesco, Pen nasilico and eight of his compatriots was taken up in' the city court to day before Judge Burpee. To what had already been testified for the state Sergeant Bergin and Officer Harmon added that the place, 255 Bank street, had the reputation of being a gambling house. Attorney Guilfoile for the defense, tried to show that the reports concerning the place in question emanated from a confectionery store further down the street conducted by a mon formerly in the employ of Pennasllico. But the state's witness stated that card playing goes on there all night long and that crowds stand up back of the players so that sometimes it is im possible to see whether the players are playing for money or marbles. Officer Harmon identified the man whom the woman was looking for one morning at 3 o'clock, claiming he was her husband and she wished him to go home. ' The defense was that the store is a meeting place for Italians after shows and entertainments, where they go with their families to have I refreshments. About a dozen of the most prominent Italian business men of the city testified to this effect Sentence was suspended. Tony Miller was fined $5 and costs for intoxication and a complaint against Isaac Susselman for obtain ing money under false pretences went over to to-morrow. Tea j 24c lb. If you'll Give My Man An Empty. i Do you use it ? If not try a pound. DIRECT IMPORTING CO. 151 Bank St Up One Flight. This Is the Season of the Tear for Canned PisH of all descriptions. Anything In that line can be found at our place of business. We have a very fine Sardine In Oil at 6c per can, as good as others sell for 10c; some at 10c and 15c per can. worth 16c and 20; Mustard Sardines at 10c per can, Smoked Her ring, Boneless Herring, Salmon of any grade, in small or large cans; Soused Mackerel, 16c and ISc ; Kip pered Herring, 20c; Lobster, finest on the market at 26c; Cod Fish of any description. Try a Can of our St Charles Evaporated Milk at 9c per esn. it is sure to please you, aud you will continue to use It. Canned goods of any description, quality the finest. price the lowest; also a large Una of Prunes at 8c to 15c per lb. PENN.riDSE.CO. 118 EAST MAIN STBEET. Baker PEN MA IN is HI P. PROFESSOR HOLLEY rrches every pupil to write a fine rapid, tis nt:s band, in 1 course of 16 private tstons. and no failures. All kinds of ' re vork executed in the highest de trce of art 167 BANK ST K LET. Wedding Gifts liau- mum pretty desiens in Cut t'lasw ami Su-rlins: silver at special j prices tins month lor rea ding tiifts. Wedding Rings all stylos and biies. IhE GmFjEWELRf CO., 22 NORTH MAIS STRUT, Woodmen of America Rosedale camp, Xo 9615, held the largest meeting of the year on last evening, it being Identification night and the hall was crowded with members and visiting Woodmen from nearbv camps. Nine new applica tions were favorably acted upon and two candidates had the short form ceremonv conferred upon them. The promotion committee consisting ' of George S. Husker, B. Mannerirg, Ed ward Keenan J. Flannery, J. Shus ter and C. B. Fuller were instructed to make arrangements for the big class Initiation to be held in Decem ber, when it is expected to have at least 50 candidates. The next meet ing of the camp will be election night and it will be a summons one. In the social session after the cigars were lit. interesting remarks on the good of the order were made by Dis trict Deputy h. B. Koopman of New Haven. Consul George Buchanan and Past Consul James Burlingame of Naugatuck camp. Consul C. B. Fuller, Walter Burke of Tbompsonville, Clerk B. Mannerlng. Banker George S. Husker and other members of the camp. Cigars and refreshments were also en'oyed and the meeting was the best of. the year and has aroused considerable enthusiasm. The camp accepted an invitation to visit Naugatuck camp of Naugatuck on November 28. and a big delega tion will visit the sister camp. The district deputy by special dispensa tion tonferred "the supreme degree upon two candidates. - - Ladies' Tan Shoes Lace, Blucher, Button. $2.50. Better than ever, ' ' Oue 27c . Butter, 4 lbs for $1, Are yon erf -particular on Butter? . Use our 29c grade, -Z lbs $1. We Are Prepared this Week with a New, Fresh Line of THANKSGIVING SUPPLIES At the "Best Cash Prices" for the Consumer. SUGAR OFFER. 20 lbs Granulated . Sugar for. $1.00 3 lbs Confec- 3!4 LBS. With your gro- tlonery or Pow. LOAF SUGAR eery purchase wm uuvjihy of 1.50 dered Sugar , pQ Total ( $2.50 for. ....... 25c f & ' Flour and Pota- "Z5C toes excepted. E.J. FINN, 25 Exchange Place. Next to L Chase's Millinery Store. DRIED FRUITS AND NUTS. 2 pkgs Richelieu Seeded Raisins for 25c (1008 goods) 2 pkgs Good Seeded Raisins for 18c (1907 goods) 2 pkgs Fancy Cleaned Currants for 25c (1908 goods) 2 pkgs Good Cleaned Currants for 20c (1907 goods) Sultana Seedless Raisins for. 15c lb (1908 goods) Imported English Walnuts for 18c lb (1908 goods) Imported French Pecans for 18c lb (1908 goods) Imported Brazils for 18c lb (1908 goods) 2 lbs New Mixed Nuts for. '. ..... 25c New Sugared Citron , . ! 8c quarter, 25c pound New Plain Citron 6c quarter, 20c pound , When You Buy a Barrel or Bag of "WHITE SWAN FLOUR" You have the- positive guarantee of a "Firm that you know," the word of a "Salesman that you know," the ' experience of . your "Neighbors that you know," all to prove to you that it is the great est of AMERICAN BREAD FLOURS. The Introductory price is 80c per bag, $6.35 bbl (with empty bbl) Why not have the "Queen ot Quality"? It costs no more than ordinary grades, like Gold Medal, Pillsbury's, Washburn's Best. .If you are satisfied with these we have them. Good Bread Flour at .. 73c bag Our Astor Coffee at 25c Pound Is the greatest Coffee value In the state. The margin of pro fit Is small bnt our sales are Large and ever user is a "New Advertiser." "Boy Your Tea at the Model" ! I Get Better Tea There for 3Bc a POUND than I get from my Tea Man at 60a." That is the talk that sends as so many new Tea Customers on this grade. We hare It In all varieties, Ceylon, Gunpowder, Formosa. Oolong. Mixed and English Breakfast WEDNESDAY'S SPECIALS: Another lot ot those NaUre Smoked Hams..., ....... .. 19 Me lb Round Steak... .. ... tic Fresh Shoulders 8c to lOe N. B. 5,000 Young Turkeys! are In training for yon, being care fully fed and fattened for oar "Thanksgiving Customers" on our Plymouth and Watertown Farms. THE STORE OF 0UALITY AND CASH PRICES 0 TEtZTHOra 837.. ' 6S. 70. 78 IA8T HATS ST Established 1840 WaterburVs Oldest and Moit Comnlete Outfitters to Men tnd Boyi. Hieh Clan Tailoring. RiehtlvMade Clotbinc . ' Fnraiihingf. Hati and Shoes. ' . it if Mui m VBHBBSl lepynf II. WW. by L. ADt.CS, BROS. CU. TOPCOATS .. Light colors for young men and men who refuse to grow old, make a very nobby coat, our stock Is new this season and has all the kinks that appeal to men who want the latest In color and cut, prices $15, S18, S 30, $, f 25, $28, .M. We carry a full line of the more quiet overcoats for conservative men, fly' front, 46 Inches long, black and gray, $10 to $50. RAIX-COAT8, cut long are good for, evening wear as well as for rain or shine, $15 to $28. REEFERS, for men who want to protect their body and do not want a coat that is in the way, these reef ers are made with ulster collar, wool lined, sell for $8.50 are great values. J. B. Mullings & Son, Bank and South Main Street. Street to Street. Waterbury, Conn. WE TRUST YOU The election is over. Let's forget our elatioi or dejection over the re sult. Restoration of confident should now be the dominant thought Let's a'l pull together, let each of uj show in a practical way that we have confidence in ourcointry's future and confidence in the proverbial honesty of its people. . ' Just Drop in and See Out Lines of FURNITURE, CARPETS. CROCKERY, STOVES, RANGES, - LAMPS, PICTURES, ETC. EVERYTHING NEEDED TO FURNISH YOUR HOME COMPLETE. CASH OR CREDIT. BOSTON FURNITURE CO., ' South Main, Scovill and Brook Streets. Oldest and Largest House Furnish ing Establishment in Waterbury. t . MANUFACTURERS MENTION' We carry an extremely large stock of American Steel Pulleys in all sizes. Our line of Mill Supplies is complete. Telephone 360 . for best service. . - ' HOTCRKISS d TEMPLETON. ; INC.; 85 South Main St. 34-46 Brook St. EVERYTHING FOR THE HUNTER Guns, Rifles, Ammunition, Goats, Pants, Hats, : Vests and Belts. Everything in Sporting Goods ::.-:'- AT I The D. B. WILSON Co. J 13. 15. 17. EAST MATS ST. Miss Loretto C Mahoney Graduate of Notre Dame Convent, ; TEACHER OF PIANO" Certificated Pupil and Assistant of PROF. JULIUS B AIER Will Resume Teaching Sept 10. STUDIO 256 SOUTH MAIN ST. Telephone 671. J E W E L R Y Clock and Watch Repairing ' at short notice. All work guaranteed. , Prices reasonable. F P. BECTON, 25 East Main St With J. H Deverain ft Co. J E W E I R Y Wednesday SSIBiiii Flour per Sack 3 lbs. Ginger Snaps 3 lbs Fruit Cookies j 3Cans.Com Mixed Tea, per lb. 4 lbs. Rice 4lbs. New Prunes Smoked Shoulders per lb. Fresh Shoulders pr lb. Pork Loins (strips) per lb. Round Steak per lb. Loin Steak per lb. 75c 25c 25c 25c 20c 25c 25c 9c 9c lie 14c 16c Frank Kfely, Mgr. KEEP THE 9 t YOUNGSTERS FEET WARM and you will SAVE DOCTORS BILLS Keep their feet in good warm shoes, with Arctics (2 Buckle kind best) over them when out doors. For tho houBe don't let them trot about these cold mornings in bars feet. Get 4 pair of . , FELT SUPPERS They don't cost much. 40c and SOa up to l. .They may save II (only , one visit from the M. D.) DODGE 14-11 S. ItAJN. .TH0N3 1II4L