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Now for the Greatest Sale of DiOSOEIRY Ever attempted in Waterbury. HIGH GUT SHOES AT LOW CUT PRICES Children's High Shoes in CalfskNn and Kid, Patent Tip, Dull High Topi, sizes 5 to 8, fl.OOi M to II, $1.85; 11 H to 8, fl.SO. Young Ladles' sizes, 2H to BH, at 98.00. t Ladles' Wave Top Echoes In all the leathers at 2.00. " AT . BERN AT HOLZER'S 199 South Main Street. " : 135 Oozeos I The sample lines of three of the lar j gest i mporters and manufactur ers of stockings in America. Men's, Women's, Children's "On Sale To-morrow Morning in Basement." - :. You can iudee for yourself of the magnitude of this occasion from the fact that owine to the collosa luantitv of Stockines in these lots we find it impossible to harbor them in our regular hosiery departments on first floor and are conseauentlv obliged to hold this sale in the baseir t. Twice a year the bier hosiery houses chamre their drummers' samx es and disnose of them to their best customers at a preat sacrifice. Our buyers on the hunt for bargains for our Anniversary Sale came across this bareain mint and immedi ately closed the bieeest hosiery deal that has ever been attempted bv any house in Connecticut. They also secured the best stocking bargains that were ever brought to Waterbury when thev bought this lot of over one thousand dozens for the figures show our customers a clear gain of ONE-THIRD on every package represented in this sale. - ' For convenience the entire lot is divided into packages of two. three and four pairs each, but you may buy as many packages as you please "Any attempt at description in this soace would be useless all we ask of you is that you COME WE KNOW WHAT YOU WILL SAY! We KNOW WHAT YOU WILL DO! ; We have several extra salesoeotle for the occasion, so don't be afrai of the rush There are several lots f Underwear for Men. Women and Children in the purchase also, so con e promptly and procure vour supply you'll find it profitable.' HERE IS THE WAY THE GOODS ARE PUT UP. LrOt No. I 200 dozen Women's regular 12 Vic and 15c Stockings, 3 pairs in package LrOt No. 2 150 dozen Women's regular 25c Stockings, 3 pairs in package.... 5 50c 5 LotlNo. 3 200 dozen Women's Fine Lisle Stock ings, regular 39 and 50c goods, 4 S pairs in a package " - Lot No. 4 50 dozen Women's Pure Silk Hose, regular nrlce 1 a nair - - i Iwwwwmw 69c L,ot No. S 100 dozen Boys' Heavy Ribbed School Hose, regular price 12Vic a nair. S 3 pair for HtwwwwwwwwwwmwwwwwwMwww f Lot No. 6 I 200 dozen Misses' Fine Lisle Hose, 5 regular price 2."c a pair, 2 pairs. . Lot No. 7 130 dozen Men's Cotton Socks, regu- sSLf- lar price 12 'c pair, 3 pairs Ov Lot No. S 70 dozen Men's Kine Cotton Socks, regular price 15 and 19c, 2 pairs E for MIIMMHHWmWWl 25c Lot No. 9 e 15C dozen Men's Fine Cashmere wool and Silk Mercerized Lisle Socks, value 25 to 39c a pair, 3 pairs in package SOci The Underwear Values in this list are in line with these stocking bargains, which means they are beyond anything you have ever seen for the price. THEY ARE AS FOLLOWS cases of Children's Fleece Lined Vests and Pants, regular 25c goods, for this sale . . .... 19c Think about fortifying your windows with our glass and Sashmakers Putty. Glass for all purposes. Paint Depart ment. Apothecaries Hall Company Ladies! We. want you to search all the milllnerv Rtoren over this city for atvlnn nnH nrlrno In Iho millinery lino and then come to tbe old estab- nsnea "BARGAIN MILLINERY" and you will find same styles at half the prices as elsewhere. The dif ference we are out of the high rent district and smaller expenses. Be sure, come down to lower Bank street and look for , Bargain Millinery 265 Bank Street. P. S. Not connected with any other stores by same name. Latest Pall Millinery. Exact Reproductions of Hats worn at New York's most stylish event, the Annual Horse Show. Evening: and Dress Hats. Ribbons, Feathers and Buckles. 'S GLACE CALI FORNIA FRUITS v Need no added words as to merit. - We. have rsAfcs. ORANGES. CHERRIES, ' APRICOTS, riNEAPPLE. STUFFED PRUNES. Also assorted boxes as well as citron, lemon and orange peel. None too early to order a pie and other good eatings for Thanksgiving. Woodruff Grocery Co. 'Phone 461. Ailard & Blanchette, 124 South Main Street. MUMMtMrnHtUMHUtWUtHtV FASHION'S MODES AND : FANCIES Such are our ever changing' displays of stylish, fashiona ble Millinery. F. L. HARKS Co., Inc. MILLINERS 109 Grand 102 Bank. Successors to A. F. C0WLES. I Evening Gowns and Cloaks are cleaned or dyed to perfect ion. ers Cleansers SCOTT'S k TELEPHONE THE CONWAY ART CO. 3 cases of Misses' Wool Vests and Pants, fine quality, about 75 per ""CJo cent wool, value 75c, for This Sale KJ&S 25c 2 cases of Women's Extra Heavy Fleece Lined Vests and Pants, al ways sold at 39c, for This Sale. . . 1 case of Women's Fine Egyptian Bleached Yarn, medium weight, value 50c, for This Sole 39c Vi 2 cases of Women's Fine All Wool Bleached Ribbed Vests and Pants, steam shrunk, the best fl quality fCkc on the market, each v-J2W' ,tWMMWWWtWWWWWMMiMWMimMMW The Underwear for Men in This Lot. I 2 cases Heavy Sanitary Fleeced Lined 37 Underwear, warranted first quality regular 50c, Sale Price. n i nn ""miiiMiiiiw One case Men's Heavy Camel's Hair Double Breasted Shirts, regular $1 fCi value. Sale Price.. w DO IJ NOW. Order Your THANKSGIVING TURKEY, CHICKEN, DUCK, GOOSE, or Little Pig PORK of us, and you'll get the best that can be had at but little higher price than for the cheap, uncertain kind not the kind you want for your good Thanksgiving day dinner. Seeing and trying is ' believing. Don't wait to try. Come here and see. . " " BSCS- SPECIAL One package AUTOCRAT or NOM2 SUCH MINCE MEAT FREE wita each Turkey sale. Please mention this adv. FRESH DRESSED NA TIVE POULTRY A SPECIALTY. DUESLER BROS. PEOPLE'S MARKET. Phone 469. 21 Phoenix Ave, Women's TAN SHOES For Fall. We have a fresh, new stock of stylish tan and wine foot wear nothing carried over from last season made by shoemakers for particular people correct and up-to- date. BLACK, TAN AND BROWN CLOTH TOPS. $3.50 $4 and $5. THE no. 52 Bank St. CrrV NEWS; " 1 Extra values In trousers, IS, 14, and 15 at Upson, Singleton & C'o's. Boys' corduroy knlckerbockor suits $3.97 and G at Upson, Singleton's. Special popular music programme at Buckingham hall Saturday nlgbt. Fulton band. Dancing at 8:30. Davis Albert has Instituted pro ceedings for a divorce from his wife Besshava Brownstelne Albert. He also claims the custody of their three children and alleges Intolerable cruelty on the part of his wife whom he Btates Is now living In- the town of Ostrog, Russia. The couple were married January, 1895. ' A surprise party was given last evening to Miss Lena Lattanzlo of 40 Jewelry street; it being the tenth anniversary pf her birthday. During the evening solos were rendered by Harold Laylor, Joseph Phelan, Rose Moran and Esther Lawlor. Among those present were Joseph Dunn, John Lattanzlo, Frank Leffler, Fred Paul, Harold Lawlor, Frank Lawlor, Es ther Lawlor, Thomas Murphy, Jo seph Phelan, Thomas Mackle, Ray Pulmer, Evelyn Cluney, Madeline Fitzgerald, Mary Ryan, Mary Dunn, Annie Rood and Adreil Perrault. Court Rose Hill, No 91, F. of A., held a meeting last night and re ceived sixteen applications and obli gated nine. Then the boys Tolled up their sleeves and whipped court Crosby in a game of "45." One of the Rose Hills told a Democrat re porter to-day that his court is sure to come out ahead on the class ini tiation and that he himself will lose a limb or have the court lead In the card tournament. Next summer he said they will have a baseball team that wlll take a good shake out or anything it meets on the diamond. ELKS' MEMORIAL OUR AIM IS TO SATISFY PROSPECTIVE PIANO PURCHASERS. We Have Done This for the Past 58 Years and Our Record Shows How Well , We Have Succeeded. Can We Do the Same for You? THE- 7 Driggs & Smith Co., 112 Bank St GEO. A. UPHAM. Builder. also Saw Mill and Moulding Mill, Cor. West Main and Matutiick Streets. WEN ZEL Ready for the Game? How about a nice Overcoat, warm and comfortable, and bubbling over with style. On this event of fashion and sport be one of the crowd that is distinguishable by wearing our exclusively tailored garments. Prices $15, $18, $20, $22, $25. Before and after, see . THE CURRAN DRY GOODS GO TTTT T Wenze Get Your Order in Early on Picture - Frames. The holiday rush will be on in a few days more. We are show ing the largest line of mouldings in town. 110-116 South Main. ly Exchange Place. LIGHT WITH OAS LIGHT wiath The United Gas Improvement Co. Center and Leavenworth Sts. LIGHT W I TH' GAS Particular Frltod ol iala UV sinner Will Deliver Eolcgy.' Frederick W. Orr of Nw Havea lodge. No 25, B. P. O. K., hm ncxept e the Invitation of Waterbury lodgo, No 265, to deliver the addrcw on th occasion pf the nlemorlal exerclrea of the lodge, which will be held at I'ollV theater on Sunday evening, Decem ber 6. The appearance of Air Orr In in capacity of a memorial orator lu-ro will have a peculiar Interest Ut Wa terbury people for the rcan?it that when the lato Monalgnor Slocum waa stricken with his fatal Illness lnMay, 1907, Mr Orr replaced him fs tho speaker for the Memorial day exor cises of the Grand Army of be Ke- puouc in jvew naven. 11 suggestion of Monslgnor Slocum, who had heard Mr Orr speak on hoveral occasions at Grand Army gatherings, i that the New- Haven post selected him for Mon8lgnor Slocum's substl tntA. unA thn tiro found liuire43lon that he mude on the immense assem blage that had gathered In the e Dectatlon of hearing tho eloquent Waterbury clergyman showed tne . wisdom of the consignor's choice, Mr Orr is gifted with an exceedingly florid literary style and his declama tion is of the -best, and thosfl who , have heard him speak on oi-caaiona like that which brings him hore for the Elks promise a rare treat for those .who will be fortunate cnougu . to be present at those services. FOOTBALL POSTERS TV properly celebrate this week you need a poster to decorate with. : We have them. The Curtis Art Co. 135 BANK STREET. Picture Framing. AT AST'S FOR THE HOLIDAYS. There' is one thing that 1b always acceptable as a present and that is a Photograph. Don t put it off longer. WE FRAME PICTURES. Have your engraved stationery and calling cards made up at once. Adl's Art Slore and Photograph Studio 54-5 Bank Street. WRIGHT WANTS REWARD. State Offers $50 for Capture ol t Chicken Thief. At "short calendar In the superloi court to-day the only matter argued , was a motion for award of a reward . of $50 to Ervis E. Wright for the cap ture of Thomas Ryan for chicken . stealing. In cases of this kind th state gives a reward of a0 to the party who by act or word proves him self responsible for the capture of tue chicken thief. Mr Wright had been missing members of his feath ered flock night after night some months ago. He complained to the police and gave them his suspicious that by hiding in a certain place in his yard the thief could be caught. So Detectives Kennaugh and Keogan hid themselves as stated and Ryan's capture was the result. Judge Ben nett reserved decision. An order for an- additional notice of publication was allowed in rho following divorce suits, the dffend- ants in each having gone to parts un known the plaintiffs: ' Nellie Triogls vs Frank Trlogis, Ella Augusta Far rell vs Henry John Farrell. E'.la R. Vorhees vs Davis W. Vorhces, Ella M. Kline vs Charles W. Kline. St Cecilia's Fair. ; . St Cecilia's fair, now going on IT the Jefferson street parish ball, of fers this programme to the public to night: Dancing as usual, on an ex cellent floor; the Bergman acrobatic troupe in marvelous feats of gymnas tic exercises; the Boys' quartette In vocal selections; Malley and Murphy in fancy stage dancing, etc. You ran meet your friends at St Cecilia's fair. NOTICE. Time having elapsed the follow ing pledges will be sold at private sale if not called for by Saturday November 21. 1908: No. Issued. Article, 11616 Feb 8, 1908 v.l watch 12171 May 13, 1908 1 -quare 12177 May 14. 1908 1 wring 12190 May 15, 1908 .1 watch 13192 May 16, 1908 1 watch 12195 May 16. 1908 1 watch 12198 May 16, 1908 1 watch 12204 May 16. 1908 2 rings 12205 May 16. '08, 1 dz silver' 12209-May 1808. . knives 6 forks Great bargains In 1 unredeemed and new Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry. , r Buckingham BTd'g. 200 Bank St. BROOKLYN EEEEF3. An entertainment was given at the Third church last evening. Miss Ella Didwcll of New Brit ain, who has been visiting friends in this section, returned home to-drfy. Miss Julia McGill of North Leon ard street won first prize at the whist party of the Jonquils held last even ing at the home of Miss Katherine Malone on Bank street Fewer people from Brooklyn will attend the Yale-Harvard game in Ww Hflvpn tn-mnrrnw thun fnr sev eral years. It Is not because they do not care to go, but they have been unable to procure tickets. To-night is the regular mating tright of the Brooklyn Improvement society, but no notice has been sent out for a meeting. The members are not likely to get together again be fore the first Friday in December. Alexander Dudutis, "who was to have married Miss Eva Vcrsec!. ute of South Leonard stret Wednesday luurmug, uui disappeared me mgiu before, is in Paterson, N. J. It is un derstood that he communicated with some of his friends yesterday hut gave no reason why he so mysteri ously went away. . The following is the standing of the pool tournament at Luskev's pool room on Bank-street: Luskey, won 11, lost none; Beans, won 8, lost 3; Petschlock, on 7, lost 3; Stig berg, won 6, lost 3; Taylor, woe 6, lost 4; Clark and McGuire, won 5, lost 5: Bowers and Adam, won 4, lost six; Klowberg, won 3, lost 6; Bal brush, won 3, lost 6; Luss and A. Petschlock, won 2, lost 7; Posen, won 2, lost 8. toward Christian was awarded first prize at the masquerade given by tho Lithuanian Brothers in the hail at 103 Green street last evening. Christian had one of the oddest cos tumes ever seen at a masquerade in this city. It was made of blocks of wood about one Inch square and was of a very novel design. The first prize was a $10 gold piece. Mrs George Lasker, clad in an old Lithu anian costume, Was given the second prize, $5. - ' A dog this morning wa the cause of an accident on Bank street, which although not of a serious na ture, was bad enough, as Edward G. Loughman, boseman at the Brookh n engine house, was painfully Injured. Loughman was out exeroiBing rue of the horses and was lust about ta pass his home at 1022 Bank street when the cur that caused the trou ble made its appearance. It ran in front of the horse and then nipped the steed in the leg. The animal, thoroughly frightened, boltec. and then fell, throwing lxughman hear! ly to the pavement. He was knocked out by the fall. He was picked up and carried to his home neorby, where it was found that his loft t waa badly sprained. The firemin waa considerably shaken up. but no hones were broken. He will be ronfined to his homo Tor aevTal days. .i. m serious complications are expected urlcss he is injured Internally.