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WATERBUHY EVENING DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 190S.
0 j. W IV TO-NIGHT am, TELEPHONES 1175 d1178 thanksgiving links SEE TWO EXHIBITION OP . -, n RANCH EXCHANGE CONNECT .BALK ALh THW WKRK. FIRS,, ' , INO ALL DEPARTMENTS. SPECIALS FOR TO-NIGHT AFTER 7:30. NOTION'S. ' Fancy big button Women's Slde-Pln-On Hose Supporters, were 25c, to-night....... 15c a pair 24 ytird rolls Tape, to-night 7c roll 10 yard best Tape, to-night. ....... ..... c a roll TOILET ARTICLES. . Manufacturer's samples Nail and Tooth Brushes, the 15c and 25c values, to-night. ... . . 10c each Daggett & Ramsdell's Cold Cream, to-night 31c a jar Dr Lyon's. Tooth Powder, to-night. ... ( . . ... 122c Mennen's Talcum Powder, to-night. ... c Mum, to-night. ' . . .... 18c a Jar Lily of the Valley Perfume, to-night. ...... 25c pas Corylopsls Talcum Powder, to-night. . . J .... 12c Ball Top Hair Pins, to-night 9c each Chain handle Silver Purses, inside pocket, value . 25c, to-night . '. 15c each Shell color Ribbon Combs, to-night. ... . . . . 5c each Jade, Turquoise and Coral Shirt Waist Rings, to- night.... ...... 10c each Gold Plate Cuff Pins and Black Enamel, to-night ' . . . .' ............ ............... 5c a pair New Wrist and Carriage Bags, also Sheath Bags, ; in black and colors, to-night.... ..... 05c each Enamel and Gold Plate Oxidized and Black Enam- ' el Belt Pins, to-night. ... .... . , . . . 10c each Alligator Claw Purses, never wear out, were 50c, to-night . .. 35c each WASH GOODS IN THE BASEMENT; " .' Outing Flannels, the 12c quality, to-night 7)c yd Figured French Sateens, short lengths, for waists and dresses, the 15c quality, to-night, . . . 8 l-3c yd Striped Madras Cloth, 36 inches-wide,' the regu-' lar 19c quality, to-night. .... . . . 12c yd NEW 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' Kolynos Liquid at. . . . ...... 60c Regal Almond Cream at 10c and 25c a bottle Madam Weimar.! Peerless Face Lotion at- 80c Madam Weimar's Peerless Creme. V . . 2 . . 25c and 80c Royal Pearl at. . . . . . . . .:. ... ....30c Florayne Sachet. .'. - .-. ... ....... 50c 02 Colgate's Heliotrope Toilet Water at..... 50c bottle 4711 Violet Toilet Water at 50c bottle Corylopsls Toilet Water at ... . 50c bottle The Gul Liquid Dentifrice at 25c and 85c The Gul Antiseptic at . . . . ....... 22c and 68c Dorothy Vernon Toilet Water at 25c and 50c Nail Tonique at . . 45c Colgate's Dental Cream at 20c Spaulding's Plasters, all sizes, at. . . . 10c to 50c each Spauldlng's Corn Plasters at. . . . 25c a box Pond's Extract Cream at 25c and 50c a box Pond's Extract Vanishing Cream at . . 25c and 50c box Pond's Extract Talcum Powder at 25c W. & B. Hair 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 Alabaeterlne at , . 65c Lanollne at '. . . : .V. f . . ........... 12c a tube SPECIAL SALE. . . .. Yin 1 wi wiiiiniM" m m MUSIC ROLLS, MUSIC SATCHELS, MUSIC BAGS. We have the finest 50c, 75c and $1.00 Rolls in the city. New stock just received. FULTON 146 Grand Street, Will bear close inspection, and will look as good as gold to v you on a frosty morning. We have a good stock of it Your order will receive prompt and careful attention. Citizens Coal Company 11 South Main Street, 21 East Main Street. " : This is Fur r at Our Store On Wednesday, Thurs" day and Friday The representative of one of the best Fur Houses will be here with a Hue' of Rumple Fur Coats, Neck Pieces and Muffs. You will have the. choice of every known fur from a high grade stock, made up in the latest styles. Come to-night to the Fur Exhibit. DOMESTICS IN THE BASEMENT. Heavy weight Bleached Sheeting, full 81 inches wide, regular price 30c a yard, to-night... 25c yd Unbleached Cotton Cloth, 36 Inches wide, value 6c a yard, to-night.... 4c yd Crochet Bed Spreads, full double bed size, in -plain, hemmed and fringed, regular price ; $1.39, to-night. 8c each Bleached Sheets, good round thread cotton, large size, 81x90, regular price 55c, to-night.. 45c each Hemstitched Pillow Cases, 42x36 and 45x36, val ues 16c each, to-night ; 12c each Silkoline Comforters, large size, value $1.25, to night BASEMENT SPECIALS FOR WEDNESDAY NIGHT AND THURSDAY. 10c for a strong Japanned Coal Scuttle, only one to a customer. 20c for a 45c Glass Wash Board. , Sc a cake for Fairy Soap. sj8c a cake for Export Borax Laundry Soap. 8c for a quart bottle of Household Ammoula. lc for one dozen Clothes Pins. 8c for one pound bar Castile Soap, 15c value. 15c for can 6-5-4 Self-Shining Stove Lustre, 25c cake. 20c for a Vegetable and Fruit Press. 7c for a 10c Gas Mantle with double support rod. 3c for a hand decorated china Salad Dish. 8c for a gold band porcelain Cup and Saucer. 5c for aiRuby Night Lamp, complete. . 4c each for thin crystal blown glass Tumblers. 10c for a Russia Iron Waffle Iron. I He yard for white Cotton twisted Clothes Line. TOILET SPECIALTIES. new specialty that comes out can be found at this elsewhere. PLAIN AND MOUNTED SIDE AND BACK COMBS. BARETTES. Black Shell and Amber plain Side and Back Combs at 10c, 25c, 35c, 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 . . .. Yi . . .-. . ... 10c, 25c, 50c, $1, $1.25 to $2.50 each New Rhinestone and Gold Inlaid Barette Side and Back Combs .... ;' '. $1 to $5 eac h Ball Top Pins, Rod Pins and heavy Hair Pins, at 5c, 10c, 12ge, 25c and 50c -ach 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 HAIR RATS. -In all colors, black and gray, 10 to 24 inch lengths, at 10c, 15c, 25c, 35c to 60c Wire Rolls, hair covered 25c and 50: 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 MUSIC CO., Opp. Postoffice. Old Company's Lehigh Coal Week ' v. ; 98c eacli I Positively the Lowest Prices in the City Most Recent Models in TRIMMED HATS Direct from the hands of our 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 , AND ' ' Gas Goods . 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 Forks, Spoons. Carving Sets, Single and Double Roasters from 15c up to $2 each; Knives and Forks 69c per dozen; 98c. 11.49. $1.98 and up to $3.98, all of the best steel. Rogers Silver Knives and Forks, $3.75 set. We are going to open your eyes this season and we trust we don't have to use the knives and forks to do It, at the CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTH. Magner Hardware Co.. Inc. 79 and 81 East Mais St. ) fPOL-Fs I ALL-STAR , YIDDISH COMPANY. To-nfgbt "Shulamith," a new Yid dish operetta, will be the scene of much interest for our best theater goers ut Poll's. Although the per formance will be In Yiddish the in terest need not be lessened because Edwin A. Relkln's All-Star Yiddish company beaded by the four most celebrated Yiddish players, Jacob gilbert, time Anna Simon, Noah li. Simon, Mnie Liza Silbert will be the attraction in the new piece. The piece was written by that well known Yiddish playwright, Prof Ja cobl, and the story was taken from the ancient Biblical history. Prices 25c to 75c. "THE DEVIL." Franz Molnar's famous comedy, "The Devil." which was the reigning sensation of the New York theatrical season, the sole version of which is held by Henry W. Savage, will be presented In this city at Poll's with Edwin Stevens and the original Garden theater, New York city cast, to-morrow evening. "The Devil" Is first of all a lively entertainment and Is played by the able Savage forces as a brilliant, witty comedy, permit ting the lesson that the play un questionably contains, to lie learned In the most agreeable way. Prices 25c to $1.00. LILLIAN RUSSELL. Some idea of the ambitions of Lillian Russell, now meeting with great success in the racing comedy, "Wildfire," can be gathered by an experience she had in New York during her wonderful run there. A publisher, who ia also a personal friend, approached the former prima donna and sought to urge her to give him the rights to her autobi ography, "liless your soul, but you are too early," she replied. "Why, I'm only just beginning. In twenty years it will be time to talk about autobiographies. All that I have done heretofore was just the primer grade exercises. The real work is beginning, and it feels fine to under take something actually worth while." "Wildfire" will he seen at Poll's Friday, November 20. "THE CHOIR. SINGER." "A play to suit all tastes." This is what is confidently claimed for "The Choir Singer," a refined comedy dra ma by Carroll Fleming, which will be presented at Polls' Saturday. The most elaborate stage setting has been provided by Manager W. E. Nanke ville for "The Choir Singer." Popu lar prices. JACQUES VAUDEVILLE. Almost an entire carload of spe cial, scenic effects is used In the pro- auction, of "Mr Busybody, ' the bill liant musical comedy feature to be seen at the Jacques next week. The act is the production of C. L: Water- bury, who has spared no expense or pains in imparting to the act all the little details needful to make It com pare favorably with the. most exten sive of the complete musical come dies. Irving S. Cobb, the well known humorist of the New York World, and bafford Walters share in the honor of the authorship of the act. In engaging Ed Wynn for the title role of the piece, Mr Waterbury was especially fortunate. Mr Wynn is recalled as "the man with the hat." of the team of Wynn and Lewis, who last season created a mild sensation with their unique singing and talk ing skit called "The Freshman and the Sophomore." This act Is the head of a list of tempting offerings tor-inanksgiving' week. The podu larity of this week's bill continues unabated. Harry W. Fields, the well known German comedian, with his Redpath Napanees in the funniest of all school room travesties, continues to score heavily at each performance. Johnson and Hardy, the unique sing ing comedians; George Armstrong, the happy chappie, with new mono logue and cleverly turned parodies: Lizzie Evans and Jefferson Lloyd, In a western farcical sketch, "Turning the Tablfs;" Four Prevosts In a sen sational acrobatic comedy turn, "Fun in a Turkish Bath;" Carney and Wagner, singers and wooden shoe dancers with many new numbers; Boutin and Tlllson, with an original Instrumental musical act; and new electrographic views are the other numbers of the programme for this week. ' EMPIRE THEATER. Extensive alterations and improve ments are being made inside the Au ditorium on South Main street In preparation for the opening of the new Empire theater next Monday evening, when the David M. Hart ford Stuck company will present "Old Heidelberg." on an elaborate scale. Miss Lillian Seymore, the new leading woman of the stock company, who succeeds Miss Frances Nord strom, who was to have appeared at the Empire theater, is a native of Detroit and a woman of charming grace and personality. Miss Seymore is already here and has made nu merous friends. She was in Water bury the night of the big Are. Feb ruary 2. 1902, and recalls it vividly to mind. She was formerly leading woman to David Hlggins in "PIney Ridge" and will be remembered here In that rapacity. -Miss Seymore is fond of hunting dogs and is an ex pert horsewoman. She owns a sad dle horse and three hunting dogs as well. She was recently in Alaska and ber experiences in that portion of the far north are of more than usual interest. Popular prices will prevail at the new playhouse. ORATORIO CONCERT. Victor Herbert .the foremost com poser of American light opera, who will direct his orchestra at th nun. Ing concert of the fall music festival ' ai ine ttucaingnam next luesday by the Waterbury Oratorio society, ac cepted the engagement to come to this city only because of the great in terest he hai felt in Waterbury music since he opened the Buckingham la the fall of 1905.' Mr Herbert will be present at the rehearsals of the fes-l 1 tival and at the popular orchestral i concert will direct his men In a num- l ber of his own compositions. In' spite of the vast growth of coualoj opera and Its popularity In the United States for almost a decade Victor Herbert has stood at the front rank of the composers of this popular amusement. -There are many who remember Mr Herbert's "Fortune Teller" from which Alice Nellson graduated to grand opera while to day he still holds the boards and the "humming" public with "The Prima Donna," "Mile v Modiste" and "Al geria," the last said to resemble grand opera more closely than any thing be has ever written. Herbert is not an American by birth but by adoption. He is an Irishman who de veloped a love for music in Germany and later brought that same love to a great profit in this country. For his Waterbury programme Mr Her bert will render the favorite famil iar numbers of several of the mas ters and will Interpolate a number of his own compositions. The pro gramme will closely resemble those which he has rendered each year with great success in New York city. Madame Marie Stoddart who is to sing Marguerite in "Faust" at the evening concert will assist Mr Her bert at his popular concert. Madame Stoddart will sing Bachelet's "Cheres Nults" aria and the famous Bach Gounod "Ave Maria." The sale of single seats for both concerts of the festival will commence to-morrow morning at 8 o'clock at the Bucking ham pharmacy. THE MERRY WIDOW. This lively and Fascinatine Person to Be in Waterbury Three Davs. Manager Harry Parsons of Poli's theater announces to-day the opening of the mail order sale for the engage ment of "The Merry Widow" at that playhouse during the three days be ginning Monday, November 30. The mail order plan to be followed is en tirely different from anything of that nature ever attempted in Water bury and he Is especially desirous of having it thoroughly understood. Mail orders will be reeclved com mencing to-day and will be number ed consecutively in the order In which theV reach the box office. They will be filled In the order of their re ceipt, beginning next Monday. The regular seat sale will not open at the box office until Friday, November 27. Under this plan those sending in mail orders will have their tickets In hand before the opening of the regular window sale and will thus be relieved of the necessity of stand ing in a long line on that particular morning. In order to take advantage of this exceptional offer Manager Parsons requires that certain conditions be lived up to. The orders must be ac companied by checks or money or ders for the full amount made pay able to H. E. Parsons and a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Patrons are urged to specify the number, price and preferred location of seats desired. It. will be manifestly Im possible to give each one sending in an order .the exact seats ordered," but It is said that a conscientious effort will be made to give every one seats as near as possible to those ordered. The company which, Henry W. Savage will send to this city to pre sent "The Merry Widow' 'is the or ganization which concluded a run of one solid year at the New Amsterdam theater. New .York, on Saturday evening, October 17. This run broke all records for receipts and during its progress more than 700,000 persons rt. I ft) J hi - LILLIAN RUSSELL IX "WILDFIRE heard this singularly tuneful world famous operetta. Prominent in the oast to be seen here are Charles Meaklns, R. E. Graham. Fred Frear, William C. Weedon, Mable Wllbuf and Mizzi Miller. Mr Savage is also sending here his famous English grand opera orches tra under the direction of . Louis Gottschalk. The production requires three seventy foot baggage cars for Its transportation and the entire company numbers 87 persons. The company to be seen here will play a series of engagements in the Important larger cities of the east during the present season. It Is booked for two weeks In Brooklyn, Baltimore, Washington and Pitts burg and for a run of six weeks at th ew Fnrrest theatef in Philadef pnu. ' v; - s I, . ; f , v. - ;V Jr j . "v "i -" t. ', 7 Lz&l jbdfcb, IRockwclUnb Jorester "Correct 'Dress" for Women and Misses. 129 BANK ST. AN EVENTFUL SALE Tailored Suits AH the newest models reproduced from the very latest designs all popular colorings. Directoire Models with graceful Long Goats, New Hipless Goat Styles, Dashing Military Effects, Colonial Model Suits of Broadcloth, Perfect Tailoring, Skinner Satin Lining : ; $25, $29.50, $35, , $39.50 Fur Coats and Sets Long Coats of Pony, Caracal or Seal. Sets of Mink, Lynx, Ermine and others. Beautiful pelts, lowest prices. Furs selected on deposit will be held till Xmas. C0MTFG EVENTS. Nov 17 to 24 Town hall, Water town, St John's church fair. Nov 19 Town Plot school build ing, entertainment for benefit of school. 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 Washington Hill Athletic club social and dance. Nov. 21. City hall, concert and social: given by Lallier's. Military band and St Anne's drum corps. Nov 24 Elks' hall, whist, and dance given by the Queen's Daugh ters. Nov 23 Rick's dancing academy, East Main street, Thanksgiving novel ty dance. Nov 25 City hall, social and dance given by Brass City lodge, No Littw 7k. . Tr i i v ... r - t : - ' . m i r-v-'i " AT POLI'S FRIDAY NIGHT. 250, L. A. to B. Of R. R. T. Nov 26 Music hall, private leap year dance. Nov 26 Elks' hall. Thanksgiving social of Court McGivney, No 28, D. of I. Nov 26 City hall, annual sociable and dance given by the Brooklyn Athletic club. Nov 27 Good Will ball. Water vllle, athletic carnival and entertain, ment. Nov 27 City hall, grand concert in aid of St Patrick's church, given by the church choir. Nov 29 Linden Park hall. Vnlon City, popular concert given by the Sons of Lithuanian society's band. Dec 4 Hamilton hall dance given by the Jolly-Five. Dec 41. O. 0. F. hall. Cheshire. ercil u4 4sca given by the B. B. "DANCING" Rick's Academy, 43 East Main St. New beginners class starting Monday evening, November 23. 1908. Private and class lesson dally. Regular dancing , for pupils and friends, Friday evenings. Phono 177-5. . ' GEORGE RUDOLPH leacner oi rruss uuu airiug instru ments. , Band and Orchestra 74 Abbott Avenue. Telephone 480. Music for All Occasions. INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION Arithmetic, Algebra, Bookkeeping, also Languages. H. S. GULLIVER, M. A. (Yale), 51 Walnut st. Tel 2229. 11-16-tf I THE LEY CONSTRUCTION CO. Inc. (Branch of Fred T. Ley Co, Inc, of Springfield, Mass.) GENERAL CONTRACTORS. Controllers of the ; Bone System of Reinforced Concrete Retaining Walls and the Reinforced. Luten 'Arch In New England. -jt.; , ROOM 6, MI LLINGS BUILDING, 95 Bank St. 'Phone 2155-4. G. B. Hall, Gen Mgr and Engineer. WALL PAPER SALE I 50.000 Rolls at 4c a Roll. Ceiling and Border to match. Hang . leg paper 12c a roll. We furnish la bor and paper for yi a room. 10 per cent oft for cash. Com. Decorating Co,, Abbott .iv Get th rlzht itor. N. assembly. Dec 4 Turn hall, Scovlll street,' dance given by the active Turners of the Waterbury Turn Verein. v Dec 7 Lafayette hall, Bank' street, whist and dance given br L'Artisant Canadien Francals. 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 31 Town hall, Watertown,! social and dance given by tbe Hanky Panky club. Jan. 8. Leavenworth hall, social, and dance for the benefit of Michael Lawlor. ' . 1 THEATRICAL BOOKINGS. Wednesday, Nov 18 Yiddish play. Thursday, Nov 19 "The Devil." , Friday, Nov 20 Lillian Russell. Saturday, Nov 21 "The Choir Singer.' Sunday," Nov. 22 Imperial Mov ing Pictures. Monday, Nov 23 George Ober In "The Bishop." Tuesday, Nov 24 "Peck's Bad Boy." 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." Sunday, Nov 29 Imperial moving pictures. Monday, Nov SO, Tuesday-Wednesday. Dec 1-2 "The Merry Widow." Thursday, Dec 3 A Yiddish play. Friday, Dec 4 Joe Weber's aU star stock company. Saturday, Dec 5 "Human Hearts" Sunday, Dec 6 Imperial Moving Pictures. Wednesday, Dec 9 "Polly of th Circus." . - Thursday, Dec 10 "Polly of Lhs Circus." Friday, Dec 11 Otis Skinner nl "The Honor of the Family." Saturday, Dec 12 "Lena Rivers." Sunday, Dec 13 Imperial Movluf Pictures. Tuesday, Dec 15 The Rays. H yoa . kMBM (r VoarOers, try lb bsmem tut advt for rs salts; SB worts 6 ars for Z3 Mats