WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17. 1908.
NEW TOILET SPECIALITIES.
'We carry In stock all the staple articles and every
Toilet Section of ours and at less price than is asked
kolynos Tooth Paste at. , ; . ... . . . . . . . . 25c
Kqlynoa Liquid at. .............. . . . . . . . . .' 60c
Regal Almond Cream at.' . . . 10c and 25c a bottle
Madam Weimar's Peerless Face Lotion at. . . . . . 50c
Madam Weimar's Peerless Creme. . . .
Royal Pearl at... ....y... .,
Florayne Sachet .... .........
Colgate's Heliotrope Toilet Water at
4711 Violet Toilet Water at. . . . . . .
Corylopsls Toilet Water, at ..... .
The Gut Liquid Dentef rice at. ...
The Gul Antiseptic' at . . . .
Dorothy Vernon Toilet Water at. . . ,
Nail Tonlque at. ..... 1 ..v .. ...... ..-45c
Colgate's Dental Cream at. 20c
Spaulding's Plasters, all sizes, at. .'. .10c to 50c each
Spaulding's Corn Plasters at. ...... 1 . . . 25c a box
Pond's Extract Cream at.'. . . .... 25c and 50c a box
Pond's Extract Vanishing Cream at . . 25c and 50c box
Pqnd's Extract "Talcum Powder at.-.. .... ..... 25c
W. ft B.'Halr Powders at. . . .45c a box
Bocabelle Pure Castile" Soap at. .. ." ..... 8c a cake
Best Flexible Nail Files at. . 10c each
Face Chamois at.'. .' .... 5c and 10c each
Beecham's Alabasterine at. ........ . 65c
Lanollne at 12 J4c a tube
JON THESE THREE DAYS WE WILL MAKE A SPECIAL , DISPLAY AND SALE :. ON ALL " KINDS OF
FURS, IN SMALL PIECES AND A MOST COMPLETE LINE OF COATS, IN ALL LENGTHS AND STYLES,
AND IN ALL THE POPULAR SKINS. :
, The fur question is distinctly different from any other inasmuch as it is necessary for the customer to place
absolute confidence in the firm she is doing business with, and in turn the dealer must buy in the same man
ner, there being so many ways that poor and worthless furs can be doctored up to look well for selling. We
deal with only the very best houses in the fur business and they stand back of every piece of fur they sell us
we stand back of every article you buy of ns. This showing of fur pieces and coats will be the largest
showing ever made in Waterbury and will be well worth a trip to our store to see. If any piece in the ex
hibition pleases you it can be delivered immediately.. Display of Small Furs and Sets on Tuesday. Small
Furs and Coats on Thursday and Friday. New unusaal models in the popular Caracul and Pony.
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We have the finest 50c, 75c and $1.00 Rolls in the city.
New stock just received. 1
FULTON MUSIC CO.,
146 Grand Street, Opp. Postoffice.
i GOLD MINE
Will bear close inspection, and will
you on a frosty morning. We have a good stock of
it Your order will receive prompt and
' careful attention.
11 South Main Street,
TELEPHONES 1175 sod 1179
BRANCH EXCHANGE CONNECT.
v IXO ALL DEPARTMENTS. -
new specialty that
PLAIN ANDMOUNTEI) SIDE AND BACK COMBS
Black Shell and Amber plain Side and Back Combs
at 'a. . 10c, 25c, 85c, 50c, 75c and $1.00
Mounted Back and Side Combs, shell and amber,
at 50c, '75c, $1, $1.50 to $5 each
Sculptured Side and Back Combs and Barettes in
Black Shell and Amber, at . . ,
10c, 25c, 50c, $1, $1.25 to $2.50 each
New Rhinestone and Gold Inlaid Barette Side and
Back Combs. . . . .... $1 to $5 each
Ball Top Pins, Rod Pins and heavy Hair Pins, at
5c, 10c, 12 ic 25c and 50c each
Jet mounted Side and Back Combs at
.... 50c, $1 to $2.50 each
Pearl Colored Barettes, Side and Back Combs,
plain, mounted and sculptured, at
. .25c, 50c, $1 to $2.50 a set
Hair Pins in Shell, Amber, Black and Pearl for
gray -hair, all sizes, at. . . . . . 10c to 50c a dozen
In all colors, black -and gray, 10 to 24 inch
lengths, at ". 10c, 15c, 25c, 85c to 00c
Wire Rolls, hair covered 25c and 50c
Wire Rolls with Combs 25c, 50c and 75c each
Barettes In gilt, plain and rhinestone set, new
"Mary Garden" Barette, at
. 25c, 50c, $1 to $1.50 set
Real Shell Side Combs 50c to $8.50 a pair
Barettes . . , 50c to $1.50 each
Plain and Fancy Back Combs 65c to $10 each
25c and 50c
. .' . . . 50c ot
, . 50c bottle
. . 50c bottle
,'. 50o bottle
25c and 85c
22c and 68c
25c and 50c
look as good as gold to
21 East Main Street.
THANKSGIVING TABLE LIN
EN SALE ALL THIS WEEK
comes out ran be found at this
Positively the Lowest Prtcw In the City
Direct from the bands of our 1
expert trimmers in a profusion
of nobby imported fashions.
An elegant showing of Fur
Turbans, Dress and Tailored
Hats In smart effects. Prices
very low, of course.
Boston Millinery Store.
P. Friedman Prop.
184 So. Main St.
SALE IS OVER ON MANTLES
Now, boys, get busy and tell your
ma and pa about the swell line we
have In our windows on sale and also
Inside of Knives and Porks. Spoons.
Carving Sets, Single and Double
Roasters from 13c up to $3 each;
Knives and Forks 69c per dozen; 18c.
11.49. (1.98 and up to $3.98. all of
tbe best steel, Rogers Silver Knives
and Forks, t'i.'i set. We are going
to open your eyes this season and we
trust we don't have to us the
knives and forks to do it, at the
CHEAPEST STORE ON EASTS.
Magner Hardware Co., , Inc.
97 and 81 Eat Main SL
v . FRANK DANIELS.
Charles Froh man's big musical
play, "Hook of Holland," Introducing
Frank Daniels, tbe funniest and most
widely known of all tbe American
laugh provokers, will be seen at Po
ll's this evening. Tbe title of the
play' has been changed by dropping
the "Miss" and it is now called
"Hoolt of Holland." Miss Christie
Macdonald, who made such a charm
ing Sol lie Hook last season, remains
In that role ,and tbe large company
contains besides Adele Rowland,
Leslie Stiles, Glen White, Arthur
Harrold, Will Danforth, William
Kent, Tom Collins, Edward Burch,
Edith Burch, Fleuretta de Mar, Flos,
sle Hope and Emily Lee. Prices 25c
to $1.50. Seats now on sale. Tel
ALL STAR. YIDDISH COMPANY,
A permanent season of Yiddish
plays will be introduced In this city.
In the way of giving about one Yid
dish performance every month. The
opening performance will take place
at Poll s to-morrow evening when
the Edwin A, Ralkln's All-Star Yid
dish company, direct from New York
city, and headed by four of tbe most
eminent Yiddish players, Jacob Sil
bert, Mme Anna Simon, Noah J. Si
mon and Mme uia, silhert and an
all-star cast. They will present for
the first time In this city the most
successful Yiddish operetta "Stiula-
mlth." Prices 25 to 75c.
For some time, Waterbury theater
goers have been willing to go to the
devil theatrically speaking and
now we are to have the opportunity,
for his satanlc majesty, In all his
power and glory, will appear at Poll's
on Thursday eevning. The modern
devil expresses himself and explains
his origin In this, manner: "I am
he who always comes at the proper
moment. I come from nowhere I
go nowhereI ara here." Henry W.
Savage, who controls the sole rights
to this piece In this country, will
send here a notable company. Mr
Stevens, a finished actor, trained in
the school of artistic, accomplish
ments, will be supported by Paul Mc
Allister, Frances Nordstrom, Louis
Rutter, W. Chrystie Miller, O. J.
Vanasser. Esther Truax and others.
Prices 2 oc to $1.50. Seat sale to
morrow. No free list.
- LILLIAN RUSSELL!
Lillian Russell will be seen at Po
it's on Friday evening in the racing
comedy, "Wildfire." It Is beautiful
ly staged in three acts, the second of
which bhows the interior of a racing
stable at one of the big tracks.
Prices 25c to $1.50.
... Good -things keep coming -at the
Jacques. This week another excel
lent bill is holding down the boards
at the little theater on Abbott ave
nue and there is every reason to be'
lieve the attendance wH equal If not
exceed the receipts of- last eX
Vaudeville in the true sense of .lie
word is there, the programme being
vaiied and well balanced. All the
acts except one are practically new
to this town. Red path's Napane';a
have a skit called "Fun in a School
Room." - Although It Is much the
same as many of the numerous school
room numbers, it is by far the most
enjoyable of any seen here In many
months. There are four laddies and
four lassies with ti'.e school teacher
and they made lots of fun.
The make-up of the new David M.
Hartford Stock company, which is to
open the Empire theater one week
from to-day with the production of
"Old Heidelberg," that .famous musi
cal comedy drama so successfully pre
sented by the Schuberts and the late
Richard Mansfield, Is given out to
day by Manager Hartford, who has
been in New York for several days.
While Miss Frances Nordstrom will
not play here, owing to her receiving
a flattering offer to go with Henry
W. Savage's production of "The
Devil," the management of the new
theater feels that it has In Miss Lil
lian Seymour of New York an ar
tiste who is far above . the former
local star as regards ability and ex
perience. Miss Seymour is a talent
ed young woman of much grace and
personality, with fine conception,
clear enunciation and years of stage
experience to back up - her work..
Miss Clare Weldon of iew York city
will be the new "heavy" woman.
Miss Welden has had years of excel
lent training. Miss Dollle Davis will
be the Ingenue. She played for sev
eral years In Chicago and Kansas
City In large stock productions. Miss
Clara Reynolds Smith, who is re
garded by Manager Hartford as the
handsomest character woman in
American stock company productions.
has been engaged for the character
work. She has a wardrobe second to
none ever brought to this city for
stock productions and is quite likely
to prove of Interest to the fair sex.
Torn Boone, who played for four
years with Mr Hartford, the new
"heavy" man. Is regarded aa excep
tionally clever. Dwlght Allen has
created over twenty parts on Broad
way in tbe past few years and will
be the character man. John Woodet
son, who was stage director for Stu
art Robson Crane for fifteen years.
will take the "old man parts
Charles D.; Pitt who come from a
famous family of actors, wilt handle
the Juvenile roles and is a desirable!
acquisition to the new stock com
pany. Arthur Ritchie, who has been
at tbe Park theater in Brooklyn will
be stage manager and general busi
ness manager: The same old Tom
Shearer of the Poll stork company,
which played here all summer, will
be the comedian. Charles L. Cadwal
I lader. a noted . scenic artist, with
Vaughn Glaser at Cleveland. Detroit, t
j l oiumous ana nocoesier.. uh geen
engaced to paint special scenery foi
Several important changes and d
d'tiona have been made la the pro
gramme for tbe afternoon Symphony
concert which will be given by Vic
tor Herbert and bis Symphony or
chestra as the opening feature of the
;sli music festival at tbe Bucking
ham next. Tuesday, November 'H.
This concert will be followed by the
evening production, of "Faust" with
chorus, orchestra and well known
soloists. Madame Marie Htoddur.,
who Is to sing the role of Marguerite
in "Faust" will be tbe soloist of the
orchestral concert and will be beard
In tbe "Chere Nult" aria by Haehe
let. As an encore Muduuie Stoddart
will sing the famous liach-Uounod,
"Ave Maria," harp, organ and violin
accompanying. This number should
be one of the most successful num
bers of tbe festival, being especially
appropriate s'uee Gounod's great
opera will follow in the evening. Mr
Herbert will Include a number of bis
own compositions In the programme,
Including selections from "Algeria"'
and a new number, "Tbe Fairies'
Revel" from "Victoria" in which
Maude Fulton and William Rock are
soon to star. Dvorak's . 'Slavic
Dance," "The Dance of the Hours"
from "La Glaconda," the LUst
"Llebestraeume," orchestrated by Mr
Herbert and the Herbert "American
Fantasy" will be tbe chief numbers
of this excellent programme. Mr Her
bert last evening closed a most suc
cessful season of Sunduy concerts in
New York city, lie has expressed a
warm desire to visit Waterbury again
and assist in the fall festive.
Nov 17 Assembly hall, M. R. H.
Gelst In "Julius Caesar."
Nov 17 to 24 Town hall, Water
town, St John's church fair.
Nov j 9 Town Plot school build
ing, entertainment for benefit of
Nov 19. Hamilton Hall, Mill
Plain, Coon supper given by the East
Waterbury Game club.
Nov 19 Chicken supper for bene
fit of Grace Baptist church at Mrs
Snead's, 28 Bronson street.
Nov 19 Leavenworth hall, cele
bration in honor of fifteenth anniver
sary of the St Joseph T. A. society.
Nov 20 Washingtou Hill Athletic
club social and dance.
Nov 24 Elks' hall, whist and
dance given by the Queen's Daugh
ters. Nov 25 Rick's dancing academy,
East. Main street, Thanksgiving novel
Nov 25 City hall, social and
dance given by Brass City lodge, No
250, L. A. to B. of R. R. T.
Nov 26 Music hall, private leap
Nov 26 Elks' hall, Thanksgiving
social of Court McGivney, No 28, D.
Nov 26 City hall, annual sociable
and dance given by the Brooklyn
Nov 27 Good Will hall, Water
ville, athletic carnival and entertain,
Nov 27 City hall, grand concert
In aid of St Patrick's church, given
by the church choir.
Nov 29 Linden Park hall. Union
City, popular concert given by the
Sons of Lithuanian society's band.
Dec 4 Hamilton hall dance given
by the Jolly-Five.
Dec 4 I. O. O. F. ball, Cheshire,
social and dance given by the B. B.
Dec 4 Turn hall, Scovill street,
dance given by the active Turners of
the Waterbury Turn Verein.
Dec 7 Lafayette hall. Bank
street, whist and dance given by
L'Artlsant Canadien Francais.
Dec 9 Red Men's hall, social and
dance given by the Four of Us.
Dec 11 Red Men's hall, first an
nual dance of the Ivy Athletic club.
Dec 18 Leavenworth hall, social
and dance given by the Jolly Fel
lows. Dec 21 Town ball, Watertown,
social and dance given by tbe Hanky
Jan. 8. Leavenworth hall, social
and daDce for the benefit of Michael
Tuesday, Nov 17 "Hook of Hol
land." Wednesday. Nov 18 Yiddish play.
Thursday. Nov 19 "The Devil."
Friday, Nov 20 Lillian Russell.
Saturday, Nov 21 "The Choir
Nov. 21. City hall, concert and
social given by Lalller's Military
band and St Anne's drum corps.
Sunday, Nov. 22 Imperial Mov
Monday, Nov 23 George Ober In
Tuesday, Nov 24 "Peck's Bad
Wednesday, Nov. 25 Hilda
Spong in "A Man and his Mate."
Thursday, Nov 26. Hilda Spong
in "A Man and His Mate."
Friday, Nov 27 "The Wolf."
Saturday, Nov 28 "Girls."
Monday, Nov "SO "The Merry
Sunday, Nov 29 Imperial moving
Monday, Nov 30, Tuesday-Wednesday,
Dec 1-2 "The Merry Widow."
Tuesday, Dec 1 "The Merry Wid
Wednesday, Dec 2. "The Merry
Thursday,, Dec 3 Yiddish Play.
Thursday. Dec 3 A Yiddish play.
Friday, Dec 4 Joe Weber's ah
star stock company.
Friday. Dec 4 Joe Weber's All
Star Stock Co.
Saturday.Dec 6 Human Hearts.
Saturday, Dec 5 "Human Hearts"
Sunday, Dec 6 Imperial Moving
Dednesday, Dec t "Polly of the
Thursday, Dec 10 "Polly of the
Friday. Dec 11 Otis Skinner nl
"The Honor of the Family."
Saturday. Dec 12 "Lena Rivers."
Sunday, Dec 13 Imperial Moving
Tuesday, Dec 1 5 The Rays.
The Mosaic rvzzle Craze.
The toy shops and department
stores of New York are put to their
last straits to supply the demand for
the mosaic punles or "cut up" pic
ture pussies that everybody is no
after. The 'crate Is equal to ping
pong, whicb swept tbe country a few
years ago. The. New York Sunday
World has arranged a nnlque mosaic
or "cut up" picture puisie for Its
readers. Issue of Sunday, November
22.' See If yon can do It Simple but
Interesting. No prizes offered. Jnst
for Tub. Also a new and popular
song, as usual.
EbrHcb, IRochvvell anb forester
"Correct Dreu" for Women and Mines.
.. . 129 BANK ST.
Many Items of Interest Here this Week
Tuesday We Mention Two.
IT WILL PAY YOU
25 new net waists made in plain
tailored, tucked or yoke effects
over silk linings one style with
frill of net usually they CO
sell at $5, Tuesday special
CIVIL SBRVICB COURSE
We prepare you for the examinations. Our courses of instruction em
brace tbe branches which tbe present era demands. Our students are
given a thorough business training, hence secure posit id ns In competition
with others. Enter at any time. Individual instruction.
H. C. Post, Principal.
134 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
At Great Saving Prices.
Offerings we are now making in women's coats are
exceptional and rare. The models are strictly the latest
designs, and the cloths of high grade Broadcloth, Kerseys
and Thibets. The lengths are of different and suitable
variations just pounder at these prices:
. $9.50 $12.75, $1 4.98.
; Every Coat is worth from $4.00 to $6.00 more. ,.
Our Fur showing will also interest you.
High Class Designing and Tailoring. ,
I Would Like
My experience In starting young folks housekeeping has been
extensive and I have learned a great deal concerning this mat
ter that will be of great service to every young couple about to
furnish a home. The experience and knowledge Is at your service.
Come and let me help you carry out your plans. I certainly can
save money for you In your undertaking. Some extra special
values here just now. By Quality, Low Prices and Courteon
Treatment to Customers I will make my store tbe purchasing
point for Cash Buyers. It will pay you to visit . .
Arthur E. Benson's
(The only Benson in the Furniture Business in Waterbury.)
NE W FURNITURE S TORE
. Stylish Clothing.
Now Is the time to get measured
for a NOBBY SUIT for 'FALL or
F. BUCK. 132 North Maia. Tel. ail
Fsshioaab!e Tailor. Ladies rGeatsCaraMats
. Connecticut Patent. ,
F. H. Richards. Hartford, eyelet;
T. P." Taylor, Bridgeport, combined
abdomen compress and hose support
er. For copy of above patents send
10 cents In postage stamps with date
of this paper to C. A. Snow 4 Co,
Washington, D. C.
Ftakl temaat tor Quit vaeaat ten
ement by plarlBg a 2H-eat adv ts
We were fortunate enough to
secure 50 MORE SILK PETTI
COATS same as you found to
your liking before. Black and
colors, but the quantity is limi
ted $5.00 quality for S&OO. .
TO SEE OUR $25 SUITS
1 0S Bank St
to Help You
Rick's Academy, 43 East Main St. ,
New beginners class starting .
Monday evening, November 2J. .
1 908. Private and class lesson dally.
Regular dancing for pupils and ,
friends, Friday evenings. ' Phone
THE LET C03STBUCTI0I CO. Inc. .
(Breach of Fred T. Ley Co, Inc. of 1
Springfield, Mass.) '
Controllers of the Bone System of
Reinforced Concrete Retaining Walls
and the Reinforced Luten Arch la
ROOM C, Ml L1JSGS Bl'tLDING,
9H Bank M. 'Phone
U. B. HalL Gen Mgr aad Eagiaer.
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