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(VFATEItBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY. : NOVEMBER 18, 1908.
Fulton Fish and Meat Market 258-282 CHERRY 8T. . HIGH GRADE SEA FOOD. Halibut, salmon, bullheads, lake whit flsh. sDOtted trout, pike, blue flsh. perch, frogs legs, soft crabs, crab meat, greon turtle, ecauops ana lobsters. John Moore, Prop. one 84i CASH LOANS $5 and upwards on furniture, pi too, etc. Business strictly private. ' 43 East Main St Room 37. Over 6 and 10-cent Store. Monev Loaned 1 men and women on furniture, Pianos, etc CdBduSedVngw9 Room 36 Call and Get Our Low Rates. The young woman, who when asked: "Whether she would rather be an old man's darling or a young man's slave?" replied "that she would prefer to be a young man's darling," showed wisdom. Warmth of soul is very good. We need, ai especially at this seasop, 'some ma terial heat. Brown's Quickflre Char coal and Otto Coke makes a fire in a short time, filing the home with a nice mellow and comfortable warmth. TELEPHONE. J. H. jVlULVlLLE, ; The Undertaker. Residence, 439 East Main Street. Store, St. Patrick's Block, 110 East Main Street. Mo Moriaity. . Telephone 1080. Residence 603 North Main Street. MORIARTYS, UNDERTAKERS. OFFICE OVER POUTS ENTRANCE Open Day and Night Telephones 397. 354, 2060. Arthur J. Lunny Undertaker and Funeral Director. The price of the casket is the price of the complete funeral with me. Funeral Parlors and Show Room, 231-233 Grand St TELEPHONE 499. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. 40 Stamps Free with 50c worth of Teas, Coffees, Extracts, or Baking Powder. Best Teas, Imported, 35c, 40c, 50c, 60c lb. Best Coffees, Imported, 18c, 20c, 25c, ' 30, 32 and 35c H). FOR THANKSGIVING, All Kinds of Good Things. Raisins, Nuts, Figs, Dates, Oranges, EVAPORATED FRUITS, Canned Fruits, Etc. Look Out for Our CUT PRICE GROCERY SALE Price at these sales will be HIT HARD, so keep your EYE on this apace. It will be big pay for doing so. Golden Tipped India-Ceylon Tea, U. S., Ceylon, India, China. Japan, V2 lb pk? 25c EXTRA STAMPS. JO stamps with 3 pkgs A. & P. Mince Meat 25c 10 stamps with 1 can Sultana Spice 10c 10 stamps with 1 pkg all prepared Plum Pudding 10c 10 stamps with 5 lb crock John son's Mince Meat..: 50c 10 stamps with 1 lb French Ore gon Prunes 10c 10 stamps with 1 can Bell's Poul try Seasoning 10c 10 stamps with 1 jar A. & P. Jam i.v 10 stamps with 1 lb can A. & P. Plum Pudding 20c 10 stamps with . 1 can Sultana Corn 10c 10 stamps with 2 cans Iona Toma toes, each sr P9BAST "V MAIN Ml CALL, 2037. Fresh Eggs at Cost Would yoa t without wtiat yo Iraat when a ISe ad mtajtit get KI Try a Democrat Want. pettina&emocc&& WATERBIYT, CONN. Issued ky THE BEMOCIAT PUBUSIING COM PAN f. ?!-7iQaADST vfaTBnauar, Conn C Mileaev, Edit sad Preartittr, MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS. Subscription Rate: ONE Y"F.AR. 6 00 I SIX MONTHS, ttU funis Montis, i.a I Oaa Month tsois, DellweJ by Carrier to ear pert of City. By Mali to any plaoa In Called States. Cutarwi at lh Foil Oflet at irafsrkure, Con at tecond clam Matter. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 18, 1008. The gunning season In Maine has scarcely opened and there are nine hunters killed already. It la clear that It is going to be a great season for game. There is talk in West Virginia that Senator Elkins will not be re turned to the senate. But the thing that Is troubling the senator is not the election but will the Duke d'Abruzzl have the spunk to defy the dowager queen of Italy and marry his daughter whether or no. At last accounts he was lacking the spunk. Optimistic tariff reformers are pre dicting that the work on the tariff schedules will be well advanced by the fourth of March and that after President Taft has called a special session of the sixty-first congress for the revision of the tariff congress will find much of its work blocked out and will have completed the much talked of revision of the tariff by the Fourth of July. N We ought to have definite rules for vehicles in the crowded parts of the city. No trolley car should be let pass another that is standing and no carriage should pass a stationary car at any but the slowest gait. The rules for keeping on the proper side of the way and for turning rightly from one street into another are pret ty well understood already; but there are other rules to make- and enforce before there is a standard of safety established which is adequate to the conditions Hartford Courant. Yes, and you might go farther, dear editor, and say that no automo bile should pass a trolley car that is unloading passengers. More deaths occur this way than by the trolley when one is passing the other. Waterbury's tag day was the grandest kind of a success and? while much of it was due to the committee that so ably handled the affair, the workers that carried the boxes must not be forgotten. Many of them un doubtedly put in the hardest day's work they ever did in their lives. The results of the work of last Saturday are sure to be far reaching in the war that Is being waged against tu berculosis. A recent circular sent out by the national association has the following information: Every other day sees a sanatorium, associa tion, or dispensary for the treatment or prevention of tuberculosis estab lished in this country, is a statement issued to-day by theh National As sociation for the Study and Preven tion of Tuberculosis. During the months of September and October, 16 associations, 10 sanatoria, and 5 dis pensaries were started or provided for in the United States, making a record of achievement in anti-tuberculosis activity never before equalled in any country in the world. The stimulus for this wave of philan thropic endeavor has been derived largely from the recent international congress on tuberculosis. From onr. end of the country to the other, men and women of all ranks and classes, are rising up to fight in the battle against tuberculosis. Including the recently formed societies, there are at the present time, 211 associations for the study and prevention of tu berculosis in the United States, with a total membership of over 20,000, all engaged in an active war on con sumption. The great pressure upon the rail roads for better terminal facilities and greater carrying capacity is al ready an old story; and their exces sive demands upon the money mar ket in 1907 was no doubt one of the elements which brought on the finan cial crisis that for nearly a year par alyzed all industrial pursuits. With easier conditions says Banker Clews, in the money market and with a gradual revival of confidence, these activities are being gradually re sumed; and now that the last ele ment of uncertainty, the presidential election, has disappeared the chief shackles upon Industry have been loosened. Another very important aid to resumption has been the de cline in raw materials. High of production and operation, the in evitable accompaniments of the late boom, have been a serious hindrance to recovery. Raw materials, how ever, underwent a considerable de cline after the panic, and this fact together with the rigid economies recently enforced materially facil itated a fresh start. It is estimated that office buildings, apartments and other engineering structures can now be erected at a cost of 10 to 13 per cent less than a year or two ago. Steel, lumber and bricks each having undertone considerable declines. Wages have not been reduced, but labor Is In a much more rational spirit than formerly and Its efficiency is undoubtedly better. Some idea of the increased activity in buildlug is obtained from the regular trade authorities, which show that build' ing expenditures in 35 leading cities during October were nearly 44 per cent greater than In October, 1907; while the Increase In Greater New York In the same period was as much as 76 per cent. This compari son Is made with a time when de pression was beginning in the build ing trades but had not reached Its climax by any means; and the fig ures just quoted show a surprising revival in an Important industry, foreshadowing a growing demand for steel and all other building materials. - HEARD IN PASSING. It Is remarked that, for all his fa miliarity with "Latin and Greek, the average college Btudent does not know how to spell correctly many common words in his own language. Even so, perhaps his knowledge of English spelling is almost as pro found as his knowledge of Latin or Greek. Providence Journal. Mr Hearst finds the present politi cal conditions "intolerable," and doubtless they are so to him. His new party did not make the showing which it might and the socialists and the prohibitionists are both after the third place at the next line-up, and do not seem to fear the independence party much. Bridgeport Standard. Somebody has found out that Mrs Taft does her own marketing ana that she's never had a housekeeper or social secretary. Well, what of It? That's no reason that she'll do the white house marketing, or that she will not have both a housekeeper and a social secretary after her hus' band becomes president. Brockton Times. The out of date statute is embar rassing to be sure, but it makes a difference who it is tried out on. If you have great wealth or wield po litical influence you may escape, but if you are but of the ordinary type, without money and without mends, there Is little doubt but that the worn out statute will apply in your case every time. Middletown Press, Horace Vose of Rhode Island, who has been furnishing the presidential turkeys for Thanksgiving, has B thirtv-five nound gobbler for Mr Roosevelt this year. Next year the president will have to do his own foraeins. He will be in Africa and thev are not so particular about what they eat there, and besides tney ao not nave any unanasgmus. ' Britain Herald. New York is a big state and Lewis Stuyvesant Chanler is a very rich man ,yet he swears he spent only $7,305.27 for campaign purposes as democratic nominee for governor. Quite a difference between that sum and the more than $33,000 the demo-, cratic nominee in this state expend ed. And it cost Draper in Massa chusetts only $8,800 to be elected governor. Meriden Journal. Governor-elect Lilley's plan for en tertaining, while in Hartford, seems to be on a more extensive scale than that adopted by any other governor. Incidentally, too, it promises to prove a quick pace for , subsequent govern-, ors, especially if the state should" leave it to them to hire an execu tive mansion of their own, instead of building one for them. There is no question but Mr Lilley will make an ideal host. Ansonia Sentinel. . The Arctic grave supposed to have been that of Prof Andree, md which was marked with a cross bearing a name that looked like "Andre," is now believed to contain the remains of another man and the fate of An dree is still as deep a mystery as ever. As no clue to the parties who filled the discovered grave has been found, the question of identity would still be a problem unless it could be clear that Andree dug his own grave, buried himself and erected his own tombstone.. Hartford Post. ELIZABETH'S FEAR. What the Little One Thought Her Aunty Would Be Apt to Do. Mrs. Jones was going to the ceme tery to visit her mother's grave and had takeu the five-year-old daughter of her most intimate friend with her. The child had always called her "aunty" and evidently wished to know the full particulars of the mother's death. "Aunty, did your mother die lying down or sitting up?" "Never mind, dear. I do not remem ber. Here we are, and I am going to plant some seeds, so you can play around if you like." Mrs. Jones bad planted the seeds and was gently raking tbe earth back when she saw Elizabeth coming to ward her with a most horrified expres sion upon ber face. "Oh, look out, aunty; yon might rake your mother up!" Lippincott's Maga xiue. Deceitful Appearance. "I went to tbe door this morning, John, and there was a plain looking man with a black leather bag. Of course I recognized him at once as a peddler." "You should be more careful, my dear." "I know it, love. I feel that I am too apt to judge by appearances. I said to tbe man. 'No; we don't want anything today.' And what do you suppose he said?" "I'll bet anything be said be came to pay me some money." "No; be didn't." "It wasn't Summerlight with the rent, was it?" "No." "Well, what did he say V "He said, 'I've got some fine sam ples of toilet soap here to show you at 0 cents a box. " Cleveland Plain Dealer. Headache and Neuralgia from Colds LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine, the world wide Cold and Grip remedy, removes cause. Call for full name. Look for signature E. W. GROVE 25c. 144-148 S. MAIN. Three ets for reception room ceptionally good designs. The designers have outdone themselves this season. Let me show you a few tasty patterns they are better than ever. Highly polished frames handsome serviceable coverings. This one DIM $24 to $75. IS LANGLEY Only a Lack of Facilities. Clara's annty took her for a visit to Niagara falls. After viewing tbe great waterfall for some time and the little girl falling to make any remarks annty tried to draw some expression from her as to what she thought of the spectacle. Finally she said: "Clara, don't you think the falls are beautiful wonderful ?" and was amaz ed at the child's nonchalant reply: "Oh, yes, I s'pose so, but I fink our creek at home could do it if it had a place." Woman's Home Companion. The Acrobat and His Family. Conductor Fer one fare ye can only occupy one seat! Acrobat Oh, very well! Harper's Weekly. A Shifted Burden. "So yon sold that miserable old male of yours." "Yassir," replied Mr. Erastus Pink ley, "fob real money." . "Doesn't It weigh on your con science?" "Well, boss, l's done had dat mule on my mind so long It's kind of a relief to change off an' git 'Im on my con science." Washington Star. , Scarcely Worth Mentioning. "I expect to take a few books with me," said the aeronaut., "as the trip is likely to be a long one." "They'll be useful for ballast, too, I presume," observed the reporter. "Not in the least." rejoined the aero naut. "I shall take nothing but light fict!on."-Smart Set. A Profitable Killing. "He's a clever old scoot, all right" "In what way?" "Why, he's trained his dogs and chickens to run out on the road In front of passing automobillsts. He gets 82 apiece for chickens and $20 for dogs." Cleveland Plain Dealer. " ' Young. Elderly Relative I really think, Gladys, yon should marry young. Gladys (with a charming blush) Why, Aunt Annabel, sow did yon floi nt his name?-Ptttatnmr Poet ncDcrinnDic nnnne ULI LIIUMULL UUUUO FURNISH Comfortable Homos- YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD. LANGLEY and parlor are in ex 'V ' "Bubbles" and Science. Until Lord Raylelgh supplied the missing explanation scientific men had never been able to explain how it Is that a soap bubble can exist It is only with a very few liquids that soap bubbles can be blown. The reason Is that some cannot lather even if shaken up vigorously, while others lather with complete ease. The natural question therefore arose, "Why Is it that some liquids lather and others will not, and how Is it that a sphere of liquid film of almost infinitesimal thickness can exist in a still moist atmosphere for hours and even days?" This was all exhaustively explained ' for the first time by Lord Raylelgh. The explanation is partly a question of physics and chemistry, and it may be succinctly described, according to Sir Oliver Lodge, as follows: "A sur face which possesses the minutest trace of scum has less tension than a clear or lesser scummed surface, and such a senm, no matter how thin it may be, has tbe tendency to slide down if its liquid support or foundation dis plays any Inclination to the horizon. Furthermore, a lathering liquid has a complex and resistible constitution sufficient to yield by partial dissocia tion, owing to the tension of the sur face, a qnasl solid scum, while the con stant tendency of tbe viscous liquid to slip between two layers of scam is a very slow process."' . The Flax Seed V Emulsion it Is the utmost in food medicines. Everyone knows the value of a Flax Seed poultice of the power of Flax Seed Tea. One of the great funda mental truths of medicine is that: Flax Seed contains a large amount of precious vegetable albumen which possesses special efficacy in all wast ing diseases and particularly in Coughs, 'Colds," Bronchitis and Consumption. If physicians can trust Linonine for these ailments, what further evidence can you want? Tho First Botflo is Froo CUT OUT THIS COUPON far It may not appear again and mail to The Uaeaiae Co., iMnbtvy, Conn. Sljr Disease is ...... I ham never tried Linonine (the Pfas Reed Emulsion . Please supply me with the first bottle free. Give fall addressWrite plainly. Five and RANGES H22 Linonino 77 The Shapiro Furniture Co.,. '.'', Incorporated. " - 266 South Main Street. ... ; " Out of the High Don't Get Roped In to buy a TRUNK of inferior quality at high price when we can offer you the very best make, constructed of hard wood and patent locks for much lower price. We are leaders in the TRUNK LINE and our great sales speak volumes as to the excellence of our goods. . . We have a splendid new stock of UMBRELLAS for the wise, and thrif ty to choose from, made with para gon frames and waterproof cover ings.. . Wat. Tniflk & Umbrella Mfrs 153 BANK ST. Telephone Connections. We are specialists in the repair lino of Trunks, Bags and Umbrellas, also key fitters. . . At Manufacturers Prices Mattresses, Pillows, Couches, Brats and Iron Beds, Rags. Oil Cloths, etc. We manufacture all our own mat tresses, pillows, etc. We save yon money; Hair and Cotton Mattresses made over. . , . Waterbury Bedding Mfg Co, 250 East Main Street. PAINTING and PAPERHANGING ii our old trade we satisfy everyone in work sod price. We furnish paper, border end labor complete (or 12.50 per room snd up. Make so mKtske but come to my place ; tail. or in time business next door. We sre not tailors, but psperiungeri. DAVID GOLDBERQ, Abbott Avenoe. 'Phone t. Open Erft THE OAKYILLE COMPANY Manufacturers of Wire snd Metal Goods. P. O., Freight sad Express Address, Oak ville, Conn. Te'egrsph Address, Wster burr, Coon. New York Office, 48 Howard Street. THE Mew Hotel Albert Eleventh St and University PL SEW Y0BK CUT One Kock Weal et Broad ri Tes oalr absolutely modern firs-proof ersnsieat hotel below ttni St. Location eeairsl. yet quiet 400 rooms, S00 wita bat. from 11.09 per day upwards. Ezesllcnt restaurant sad eats attached. Moderate prices. Bend 2c stamp for illustrated guide and man- of New York city. Large Vans for Furniture ; Mnvina i i ( i PIANOS moved by Hall's Patent Piano Mover. . , ( ( Teaming: of All Kinds. Storage at Reasonable Ra'es. ( - - $ Ralph N. Blakeslee Cffice 129 Meeds St . as Get a "MODEL" RANGE and enjoy life. No better baker In the country. Prices suit everybody's pocket , '' We have just received an elegant line of Chamber Suits. Come ia and look at them. Just Below Grand Price District. " Railroad Time Table. V ' October 4, 1008. Going South. FOB BRIDGEPORT AND NBW YORK , t.ST.7:M, 9:10, 11:10 s. m.; i.iS. :i0: o:M p. m, SUNDAYS, 7 :00,8:40 a. m.j 1:05, 6:0H p. m. FOR ANSONIA AND NEW HAVEN--:37, 7:60. :, 11:10 a. m. (via NaumliioS Jo); 4:10, :, 7:60 p. m. SUNDAYS, 7:00, 8:40 a. m.i I KM, :08p.m. Going North. FOR THOMASTON. TORRINGTON AND WINSTED 8:. 8:S7. 1:M a, m.; 8:M. 7:00,8:50 p. m. SUNDAYS, :48 a. m.; DM p.m. . FOR WATERTOWN-8:7,8:37, 11:15k a. m.J 8:16, 7:05 p. m. , Going East. FOR HARTFORD. SPRINGFIELD. Wit.. LIMANTIO. WORCUSTER PROVI , DENCE. PUTNAM AND BOSTON 7:10, 8:85a. m.; 12:18, 8:15, 7:89 (to Hurtfori : snd Springfield), p. ia. I, ' 1 Going West. FOR DANBURY-8:S5 a. m.i :01, T:0J p. m. FOR POUGHKEEPSIE-8:33a.m.;J:31p. m. ' 8UNDAY TRAINS. FOR BRISTOL Conneotlni witti sub'jrbat . trains) -8:80. 10:30 a, m.; :&, U.33, tf:3i p. m. Connecting for Springfield, Worcester, anl i Boston. DUBLIN STREET STATION. FOR MERIDEN AND MJDDLETO WN- 10:60 a. m., 6:10 p. m. W. G. B1ERD Gen. Supt C. C COLEY Asa't Qen. Pass A?t WAIE&BUBY FIRE AT.AHHf, t Cor BoutB Mala ana Grand sts, 6 ScoTlll Manufacturing Co. (P 6 Cor arldge and Maglll sU. 7 Exchange Place. 8 Euclid and Roseland avenue 12 Rogers ft Bro. (P) 15 Cor East M&in and Niagara sts. 14 Cor East Main and Wolcott sts, 16 Cor High and Walnut streets. 16 Cor East Main and Cherry its. 17 Cor East Main and Cole sts. tl Cor North Elm, Kingsbury sta, 15 Burton street engine house, 14 Waterbury Mfg Co. (P) 15 cor North Main and North sta. S6 Cor Buckingham and Cooke sta. 17 Cor Grove and Prospect sta. 18 Cor Hillside avenue and Pine sts i Cor Ludlow and N. Willow sU 81 Cor Bank and Grand sta. 22 Cor.Rivers'de nd Bank its. " 84 Cor W. Main and Watertowa rt. SB Conn. R. ft L. Co car house (p 86 Waterbury Brass Co. (P) 87 Cor Cedar and Meadow sta. 88 Cor Grand and Field sta. 41 Cor South Main and Clay sta. 48 New England Watch Co. (P) 45 Benedict ft Burnham M?g Co (PI 46 Waterbury Buckle Co. (P) 47 Cor 8. Main and Washington sta, 81 Cor Baldwin aud Rrver sts. 62 Cor Franklin and Lnion sta.' 88 W'bury Clock Co, case f'ty. (pa 84 Rose HU1 house. " (6 Cor Liberty and River sts. 67 Cor Baldwin and Stone sts. ' 68 Cor Luke street and Brian are. 62 Cor Doollttle alley and Dublin st, 72 Cor West Main and Willow sta. 78 Cor N Willow st and Hillside av. T4 Cor Johnson and Watervilie sta. 148 Wolcott st above Howard. 168 Cor Walnut and Wood sta. t 162 Cor East Main and Wei ton sta. 178 Poll's theater. 818 Ths Piatt Bros, ft Co. (P) 818 Shoe Hardware Co. (P) 214 W'bury Clock mvt factory tpt 1 16 Cor Cherry and North Em mtl 234 Cor Fleet and Hill. , 261 Cor Round Hill and Ward sta. 263 Farm street, cor st PauL 254 Cor Etna and North Main eta. 161 Juno Cooke and N. Main ataT 1S2 Sor ADbtl an' Phoenix aVea, SI 18. N. IB. lei Co ouiidlar rp 812 Cor Bank snd Meadow sta. 818 Randolph ft Clowes, (pi 814 Plume ft Atwood (P) 816 American Ring Co fPi 816 Electric Light Station, fp 818 Holmes, Booth ft Hsydena. 821 Cor Bank and Washington" IP 822 Cor Green and N. Leonard sta. 828 Cor Wash'ton ave Portland it 824 Cor Charles and Porter sts. 832 Cor Bank and Fifth. ' 842 Cor Highland av and W Main 885 Cor Lafayette, Washington at! 827 Riverside Park, near brewery. 871 City Lumber and Coal Co. p 412 Tracy Broa, (P) 422 Cor Clay and Mill sts. 483 Cor Liberty and S. Mala its. ' 461 Steele & Johnson M't'g Co (P) 673 Cor Baldwin and W'hington sts 682 Cor Baldwin and Rye sts. 342 Cor Rldgewood and W' ville sta UGXALB. 1. Oae stroke calls superintendent ta the City hall. f 1-1. Two strokes, fire out. recall. ' 1-1-1. Three strokes 12 m p. m. l-l-l-l-l-l-i-l-l-l. Ten stroke. I quick will Indicate a general alarm and will call the entire force tnte servloo. Km Ato kw as mm, Smna-nit1Untifmt. 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