iWATEHBUItY EVENING DEMOCHAT. l'HIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, J908.
THE ARMY AND
says ordinarily one cannot see how
the military power ot a nation could
depend upon buttermilk, but investi
gations Into the deterioration In the
physical development of the popula
tion In certain parts of Germany are
expected to show that It Is due to the
lessoned consumption of buttermilk.
Lately the candidates for the army
show an inexplicable falling oft phys
ically but which were formerly tine
specimens of manhood. Inquiries
show the dairies have been Bending
the buttermilk far, far away, and the
result is the children and grown peo
ple can get only the cheap skim millc
or comparatively innutrltious substi
tutes. The American Journal of
Medical Association says Switzerland
Is getting into the very same situa
tion. Now then if buttermilk wilt
improve ns 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
PHELAN'S T STORE
42 East Main St. Telephone
Buy Jewelry at a
-: - ; at
Everything in the jewelry line
prices the lowest in the city.
Special bargains in cut glass,
china and silverware.
Watch and jewelry repairing.
61 South Main St.
26 East Main St. r
Room 2, Upstairs. Tel 137-2
F. H. Lewis Co.,
If you'll Give My Man An
teaches every pupil (o write a fine rapid.
bi';neii hand, in a course of 16 private
lessens, and no failures. All kinds of
. fta work executed in the highest de
tree of art. 167 BANK STkEET.
Ve have come pretty designs in Cut
( lass and Sterling Silver at special
prices this month for WeJ-
W. Its Baker
Wedding RingsiL. J. T llMN,
all styles and sizes. '
M GAFFNEY JEWELRY CO.,
V,V C2 NORTH MAIS SIR?4
MEETINGS TO-SIQHL . ,
Boys club. .
Central labor union
Division No 3, A. O. II.
C. W. A. Dressmaking.
Sheridan, No 218. N. K. 0. P.
B. P. O. Elks, Waterbury lodge,
Have you tried a "Simplex" shlrtf
?1.50 at Upson, Singleton & Go's. .
Fulton's band at Buckingham hall
Saturday evening, dancing at 8:30.
Monday morning at 7 o'clock at
St Patrick's church there will be
an anniversary requiem high mass
for the late Mrs Margaret Cooney of
Tuesday morning at 7 o'clock at
St Patrick's church there will be a
month's mind requiem high mass for
the repose of the soul of Mrs Cath
erine Kelly of Charles street.
Stop, look, read! We 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.
Any articles of clothing such as
warm underwear of any size, warm
wraps or coats, bathrobes or klmonas,
shoes, caps or gloves, will' be very
thankfully received by Mary C.
Gormley, Anti-Tuberculosis nurse,
95 West Main street.
Prank Rathbun, formerly of Bris
tol but lately of Waterbury, is re
ported as missing from his home. He
left home on August 24 and has not
been seen since. The Waterbury
police sent word to Chief Beldea of
Bristol yesterday ot the missing man
and forwarded a description of Rath
bun. The will of the late Edward Lob
del Jennings who was purchasing
agent for the American Brass com
pany was filed to-day for probate. It
is a brief document. To his daughter
Mrs Horace Richardson, Mr Jennings
left $100, and the Balance to' his
widow, Mabel Caffin Jennings. In
the will be nominated the Colonial
Trust company his executor, but is
a codicil he removed that nomination
and named Adelbert P. Hine of Tor
Orders for the inspection of the
organized militia of the state by the
inspector general, C. N. G., were is
sued yesterday from the office of the
adjutant general. Companies A and
G will be inspected December 14.
Uniform for inspection will the ser
vice (olive drab), field duty, and the
blanket roll, made up in accordance
with paragraph 486, Infantry Drill
Regulations, U. S. A., haversack,
canteen and eating utensils. Com
manding officers will have their or
ganizations formed and ready for in
spection at 7:45 p. m., on the dates
Large store, 9-11 Grand street;
corner South Main and Grand
Grand streets, .7 rooms, five of them
front rooms; 96 Fairview street,
One roll top desk and large parlor
stove, both in first class condition.
JOHN J. SHEEHAN
WAREHOUSE 223 South Main St.
Telephone 249-3. WATERBURY.
Tea 24c lb.
Do you use it ? If not try a
DIRECT IMPORTING CO.
151 Bank S. Up One Flight.
r i r i ni m
25 Exchange Place.
Kext to L Chase's Millinery Store.
OX OUR COUNTERS IX THK
TRIMMED HAT DEPARTMENT
WE ARE SHOWING KVCRY
SHAPE IX VARIOUS STYLES OF
TRIMMING AXH AT PRICES THAT
ARE ALL RIGHT.
I. CHASE & SON.
A Sale of Boys' Clothing that .will
interest you if you investigate 'qual
ity and prices.' 'Mostly sample suits,
and prices are about hart regular, j
Bloomer .Style Suits Knickerbock
er Knee Pant Suits, Sailor Waist
Style and Boys' Double ; Breasted
Goods. Prices range' from' 1.59. up
to $2.98; values up to $5.00. ' '
WOMEN'S HOSIERY SPECIAL.
values. ,;; SKV
AT 19c, or 3 pair for' 56c,' '-Women's
all black regular j made Hose;
women's Black Hose with;, fancy
embroidered figures, from 50c pair.
GUARANTEED HOSE FOR MEN
Guaranteed to wear without darn
ing for six months or replaced free,
and sold lower than good guaranteed
hosiery was ever sold before, 90 cents
for a box of six pairs, in black only,
Children's and Men's Hose.
4 lbs for $1.
1 1 1 IB 0.
2 cars or
SINCLAIR & CO'S BEEF
Must be sold by Saturday Night, to make room for our great stock of
The prices will be made low to move it. 30 Light Cattle, the
ROUNDS IN STEAKS 9 to 13c
THE SIRLOINS 13 to 16c
THE RIB ROASTS 11 to 13c
THE SHOULDER ROASTS.. 7c. 9c. 11c
PLATE BEEF 4c. 4c
4.000 SHOULDERS '. 8o- Pound
3.100 PORK LOINS (ROASTS), 11c Pound
Being especially Fed and Fattened on our own Farms for Holiday
Uses. 3.000 on our Plymouth Farm: 2,000 on our Watertown Farm
These birds will be killed and dressed most! on Monday and Tues
day before Thanksgiving, and will therefore be of the "Nice Fresh
Flavor" that so pleased all usera last year. While the
QUALITY OF YOUR TURKEY comei Ant. then the PRICE IS
NEXT IMPORTANT. These Genuine Natire Birds we will sell at
28c Pound, AND IF POSSIBLE AT 28c
We will also hare a CARLOAD 07 YORK STATE TURKEYS. '
At Not Orer 23c a Pound.
CHESHIRE FOWLS AND CHICKENS.
We will have several thousand of the well known Boynton Stock.
FOWLS. 13c to 1 So lb. ROASTINP CHICKENS. 20c lb
N. B. : Remember our Mark Down Sale: At 9:30 Saturday
night everything sold in Fresh Meats. Vegetable! and Baker? Goods.
THE STORE OF QUALITY AND CASH PRICES
TELEPHONE 937. 68. 70. 72 EAST MATH ST.
, BUYING A -
is 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 $1.50 to $3.00
Henckel's Best in the World
.... $1.50 to $4.00
Star Safety Sets $1,50 to $20.00
Ever Ready Safety, 12 Blades. .$1.00
Gillette Safety Razor Sets
$5.00 to $30.00
Glad to Serve You.
Hamilton Hardware Corp.
0-04 Bank St
( National Bank
V'.-iV: '."-.v '
American Express Orders,
. "v. ' Safe Deposit Boxes,
. v-V-?ja;V Foreign Drafts.
Credit Ratings, Accounts Collected.
79 North Main Street, Waterbury.
152 Chapel . . 136 Fairfield.
f ew Haven. . 'V. Bridgeport
HARTFORD, 004 MAIN ST.
Bonds & Stocks
V , Local investments a svecialtf.
HOLMES & BULL
! :. Successors to
C. L. HOLMES & CO.
Holmes Buildbur Grand Street
150 Rooms, with Bath, $1.00.
40 Large Rooms, with Bath, $1.50.
JAMES F. WILLIAMS,
Center Street, Waterbury, Conn.
lbs for $1.
ESTABLISHED 1840. :
Waterbury's Oldest and Most Complete Outfitters to Men and Boys, High Class
Tailoring, Rightly-Made Clothing, Furnishings,' Hats and Shoes.
COPYRIOHT l0 V TV A
C l.BUMUk'C CO VV
from $3.50 to $8. Our line at $6 is very .
Jaeger's very fine, close woven jackets, in
knit and French knit
Our jackets at $8 are
extra heavy, made to
our order, giving you
a heavier jacket than
you will find in most
stocks. We have ah
extra good jacket for
$3 50, gray with white
pearl buttons, better
ones for $4, 4 50 and
just the thing to; wrap
around you while
watching the game, or
to sit on, come in
handy in many ways,
both going or while at
the game. ,
lined, or unlined, we
carry the best of
American and English
gloves, $1 50 to $8 50
in all the new colorings,
50c to $3, one of the
best selling styles in
the Welch golf, $1.50.
the latest in the Knapp
felt is the "Dobbins"
melton , finish mellow
Eton edge, in the new
shades of holly and
London green, price
$3. CJJ. B Stetson &
Co's new college shapes
in soft hats, all colors,
$3 and $3.50.
don't get cold feet,
wear a pair of our
wool half hose, you
will find them very
comfortable;: we have
silk and wool combined
that are very fine and
not heavy if you ob
ject to the weight of
most wool half hose.
STREET TO STREET.
To-morrow is the great football game of
the season. We have a great many articles
that you will need if you go to the game, such
as heavy, warm top-coats, cut on the latest
models, $15 to. $50.
jackets in white,, gray,
WE TRUST YOU
The election is over. Let's forget
sult. Restoration of confidence should now be the dominant thought.
Let's a'l pull together. . Let each of us show in a practical way that we
have confidence in our country's future and confidence in the proverbial
honesty of its people. -
Just Drop in and See Our Lines of ' '
FURNITURE, CARPETS, CROCKERY, STOVES, RANGES, V
LAMPS, PICTURES, ETC.
EVERYTHING NEEDED TO FURNISH YOUR HOME COMPLETE.
CASH OR CREDIT.
BOSTON FURNITURE CO.,
South Main, Scovill and Brook Street..
Oldest and Largest House Furnishing Establishment in Waterbury.
Miss Loretto C. Mahoney
Graduate of Notre Dime Convent,
TEACHER OF PIANO
Certificated Pupi! and Assistant of
PROF. JULIUS BAIER
Will Resume Teaching Sept 1).
STUDIO 256 SOUTH MAIN ST.
Clock and Watch
at short notics.
All work guaranteed.
Prices reasonable. '
F. P. BECTON,
25 East Main St.
With J. H Deverau ft Co.
Freih Shoulders, oer lb 9c
Fresh Pork Loins, ner lb 12c
Smoked Shoulders, ner lb 9c
Fancr Chickens, ver lb 16c. 20c
3 lbs Hambure Steak -..25c
Hams, ver lb 13c
Rams Roasts, dct lb....... 10c. 12c
Prime Rib Roasts 10c. 14c
Satire Veal :8c. 16c
Round Steak, ver lb 12c
Don't forget to inspect our big
fine of Chickens, Turleys and
Gese for Thinksgrvinj. '
Frank Kicly, Mgr. :
large and contains Dr.
white and gray,, shaker
and heather mixtures.
our elation or dejection over the re
Guns, Rifles, Ammunition,
Coats, . Pants, Hats,
Vests and Belts. -Everything
in Sporting Goods
The D. B. WJLS0N Co.
13. 15. 17. EAST MAIN ST. -
When you need Iron Fencing,
let us tell you about the
"STEWART." The -price
get the best.
85 South Main St, 34-46 Brook St
Whereas, during the year now
past our conn try has expei-imced a
financial crisis so severe that the facs-
tories, their employes and all of as
hare suffered loss, but as never be
fore In thp world's history onr people
hare shown their optimism and hare
in 12 short months largely recovered
from the depression, and, whereas, '
the financial future is bright before
as, let ns look to the great Power
above In thankfolness, and enjoy the
blessings which are ours.
Now, therefore, by virtue of my
authority as the largest shoe dealer
la this district, and, therefore, Shoe
Governor, - I do appoint Thursday,
November 26, as Thanksgiving Day.
Given under my hand and seal this
20th day f November, 1008. - ;
HARRY G. DODGE,
By'Hh Kxrellmry's Command,
JL 8. COSCDON, Secretary.
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