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We place on sale 5,000 yards Hamburg Embroidery, Edges;
and Insertions, on good quality cambric with a well finished edge
that will wear ,well and launder in the best possible manner. These
goods are actually worth, from 12c to 50c a yard
Saturday's Price 9c a Yard.
Cut in Any Length You Desire.
56 inch Mannish Suitings in navy and black
grounds, with white and gray mixtures, regu
lar price $1.50, Saturday.,. . . ...... . . . . . 75c yd
56 Inch heavyMlxed Coatings in grays, browns, '
etc.-Tegular $1,75 coatings, Saturday ... . fl.23 yd
TABLE LINENS That I the subject which will receive this store's greatest efforts for the next two
weeks. When you buy linens, no matter what price you pay, you want good linens. We carry only the
good kinds; wo allow no inferior linens to enter our doors. As is our custom we have cut prices on all
Linens for Thangsgiving. These prices tell the saving. See our Linen Display In north window.
62-inch All Linen Damask, full bleach, regular
$9c quality, 'sale price, a yard ... . . . . ..... 50c
All Linen Damask, 72 inches wide, good quality,
regular price $1, sale price, a yard . . . '. 75c
2 yan8 wide full bleach, heavy All Linen Da
mask, regular price $1.25, sale price, a yard.. 95c
Extra heavy All Linen Damask, 20 good designs
to select from, regular price $1.50, sale price,"
t yari 'K w;t."f . .- rrw rH .""TTT".".$tii9
Fine quality Satin Damask, in plain or flowered
center, regular price $1.75, sale price, a. yard $1.30
Extra fine and heavy Damask, newest designs, N
regular price $2, sale price, a yard $1.00
Extra heavy German Linen Hemstitched Cloths,
size 60x72, regular price $2, sate price, each, $1.50
Sizo 64x80, regular price $2.75, sale price,
each.... ...... $2.10
All Linen Pattern Cloths, good quality, full
bleach, size 2x3, regular price $4.50, sale
price . : . . ... ... $3.63
Size 2x2 Vi, regular price $3.50, sale price . . $2.75
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We have the finest 50c, 75c and $1.00 Rolls in the city.
" ' New stock just received.
146 Grand Street,
, -r coldmine
Will bear close inspection, and will look as good as gold to
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
TELEPHONES 1175 aod117S
42 inch Black Chiffon Voile for skirts and dress
es, our legular $1.25 quality, Saturday.... 76c yd
46 inch Chiffon Panamas in three shades of gray,. '
for skirts and suits, regular $1.50 quality, Sat- .
urday $1.00 yd
32 inch satin striped Venetian for coat linings, in
black, tan and two shades of gray, Saturday 50c yd
Ail Linen Pattern Cloths, good fine quality, full
bleach, 2x2, regular price $2.50, sale price, . .
each.... ; t $2.00
2x2 'a,. regular price $3.13, sale price, each. .$2.50
2x3, regular price $3.75, sale price, each $3.00
Napkins to match, size 20x24, regular price $3,
sale price, dozen.' , $2.50
Size 24x&l, regular price $4.50, sale price.
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Extra fine and heavy All; Linen Pattern Cloths,
full bleach, size 2x2, regular price $5, sale
price, each ....... , . $4.00
Size 2x2, regular price $6.25, sale price,
each . . . . $5.00
Size 2x3, regular price $7.50, sale price, each, $0.00
Napkins to match, 20x20, regular price $5 a
dozen, sale price, a dozen. $1.00
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3!ze 24x24, regular price $6.50 a dozen, sale price
a dozen
Pattern Cloth, 2x2, napkins to match, neatly
uoxea, an pure
price, a set.
All Linen Napkins,
price $2.75, sale
Opp. Postoffice.
Lehigh Goal
. $3.25
nnen, regular price $5.50, sale
. $4.r.o
22x22,. good quality, regular
price, a dozen $2.2.1
Positively the Lowest Pricta lu the City
Most Recent
Models in
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.
Gas Goods
Now, boys, get busy and tell your
ma and pa about tbe swell line we
have in our windows on sale and also
inside of Knives and Forks, Spoons.
Carving Sets, Single and Double
Roasters from lac up to 12 each;
Knives and Forks 69c per dozen: 9 Sc.
J1.49v $1.98 and up to $3.98. all of'
the best steel, Rogers Silver Knives j
and Forks, $3.75 set. We are going
to open your eyes this season and we I
trust we don't have to um the!
knives and forks to do It, at the
Maor Hardware to.. Inc.
79 and 81 East Mai St '
Lillian Russell get around the din
corn forts of travel by using the new
est of the Pull man private run. for
her tour this season sbe will come to
Poll's this evening in the paints on
wheels Just turned out of the shop.
It is called the Klyslan, and is a tit
abode for America's famous beauty.
The car is fitted out wilb a drawing
room and library, dlulug room, bach
and boudoir and several slate rooms
for guests of Miss Kussell. For In
stance, when the Klyslnn was side
tracked in Waterbury to-day the fair
occupant was the first person out. in
the serviceable walking suit she usu
ally takes a tramp to the open couit
try or auout
tive or six miles, mid
then back to the car, where she takes
com snower ana a vigorous run
down. Miss Russell says this is the
grandest way to insure a good circu
lation for the day. Incidentally, itj
has a wonderful effect upon the ap-:
petite for breakfast. Prices 25 cents I
to f 1.50. Seats now on sale. , !
A line entertainment is lu store for
those who attend the linnerlal Mov
ing Picture, Co's exhibition at Poll s
meaier on suuuay evening. : The
headline feature is a picture of com
edy and thrills and is .called "A
Mountain Feud," un exciting story or
old Kentucky. An added feature will
be the appearance of Edward A.
Weston, the talented New York bari
tone, who' -. will sing several .: new
songs. Prices, 15 and 25 cents.
George Ober, who created such a
furore by his open ah- performance
of "Kip Van Winkle" in the Catsklll
mountains, will be seen here on Mon
day night at Poli's theater in John
Oliver Hobbes's (Mrs Craigie) mas
terful play, "The Bishop.'.' Mr Ober
plays the title role o Bishop Am
brose, and his natural manner makes
one feel that the role was created
especially for him. When Mr Ober
donned the garments which we-e
made for his part in "The Bishop"
the members of his company were
amazed at the striking resemblance
of Mr Ober to the late pope. Mr
Ober was the friend and associate for
years of Joseph Jefferson. E. .11.
Sothern, Sr. Laurence Barrett and
others, aud most playgoers will re
member him for his excellent work
In the plays of tbe late Charles 11.
Hoyt. Prices 25 cents to S 1.50. Seat
sale Saturday.
The large audiences which are ev
erywhere enjoying the new "Peck's
Bad Boy" speak well for the coming
engagement of this popular comedy
at Poll's. Tuesday, November -24.
James A. Callahan as the Bad Boy is
surrounded with an organization
which works unceasingly to provide
amusement that never fails to please.
Anyone who has treasured up. pleas
ant memories of his youth is Sure to
have.it brought back again while
witnessing: "Peek's" Bad Boy." Pop
ular prices. . ,
Mail orders for the engagement' of
"The Merry Widow" at Poll's theater
during the three days beginning
Monday, November 30 are now be
ing received and will be filled in
the order of their receipt after next
Monday. The plan winch is being
followed in connection, with this en
gagement is an unusual one lor Wa
terbury and Manager Parsons is
especially desirous that there shall
be no misunderstanding. All seats
ordered by mail will t.e sent to those
ordering them before the regular
window sale opens on Friday morn
ing, November ''"i providing that tba
orders are accompanied by checks
or money orders for the full amount
made payable to H. E. Parsons and
self-addressed, stamped envelope.
Patrons are especially urged to spec
ify the nuiflie-, price and preferred
location of seats desired. -Water-bury
is particularly fortunate in
connection with this engagement in
asmuch as it u one of a limited lew
cities which will see the original
York "Merry Widow" company. The
organization which will present this
sensational operatic success in this
city is the one wheh concluded a
run of one solid year at the New
Amsterdam theater on October 17, a
run which will go down in theatrical
history as the most remarkable ever
played in this or any other country.
There have been longer runs, but
there have oeen none which at all
approached this one in point of
fiwiiiclal rcurc, more than one mil
lion dollars having been taken in
during the year. In addition to a
company of eighty-five persons Hen
ry W. Savage will send here . his
famous English grduJ opera orcne
tra. , . , . .
A large and interested audience
greeted the company presenting "The
Devil" last evening at Poll's theater,
and seemed to enjoy the work of the
two leading artists. Edwin Stevens in
the title role and Miss Frances Nord
strom as the tempted wife. Cl.if in
terest centered around the work nf
Miss Nordstrom, who all last season
was the leading woman in the Poll's
stock company. She had splendid
opportunities to display htr histri
onic abilities and responded frequent
ly to encores, finally being compelled
to make her second footlight srioecb
to a waterbury audience, thanking
them for their generosity. The play
Is a remarkable one in many repeoiss.
but la staged well but not acted well.
There is scarcely any -moral ;esson
attached to it, however, and that
makes Its success all the more sur
prising, for it has been successful
since its first presentation n this
Following the announcement of
the engagement of Ed Wynn A Co
as the leading attraction at the
Jacques for Thanksgiving week, the
aale for The week opened briskly
I yesterday.' Seats are reserved . for
i both performances on the licliday at
i lie regular evening prices. With
Kd Wynn & Co, will he seen How
ard's Musical Ponies and comedy
dogs, easily the topllne animal net of
vaudeville; William Court, the im
personator of Harry Lauder, and
other acts of the same blgb stan
dard. Large audiences are dally
aud nightly expressing their appro
val of the capital bill at the Jacques
this week, headed by Harry W.
Fields and his Itedpath Napanees in
a rollicking, roy uteri ng school room
scene embodying singing, dancing
and mirthful features. The Four
Provosts present a unique acrobatic
comedy offering, "Fun in a Turkish
Bath." Other attractions are George
Armstrong, the breezy mouologlst,
and singer; Carney & Wagner, sing
ers aud dancers; Lizzie Kvans &
Co in "Turning the Tubles," a bright
western farcical sketch; Johuson Sc
Hardy, jolly singing comedians; Bou
tin & Tillson with an original lnst.ru-
mental act and tbe electrograpu.
rimrn !
Hundreds endeavored to find the
elusive and mysterious "Mr Pike of
the Empire Theater" yesterday to
obtain the reward, equivalent to !
$100, that goes with his discovery.!
The man-hunt has the town by tho j
ears, so to speak, and even the I
school children are joining in the I
with a degree of pleasure that is '
pleasing to witness. Tbe manage
ment of the new Empire theater feel !
that this his been one of the biggest
hits yet, and is doing much to call 1
public attentfou to Waterbury's new !
Independent playhouse. All that Is I
required to obtain the reward, which
consists of two season seats to the
stock productions at the Empire The
ater, is to ask the right man "Are
you Mr Pike from the Empire thea
ter?" If he is the right party he
.will hand over the envelope contain
ing the reward. If not captured be
fore this noon he will be in F.x
cliange place at that hour and again
at 7 o'clock this evening, unless
found before, that lime. Much in
terest, is being manifested in the
transformation scene at the new
stock theater and one would hardly
recognize the interior of the building
to-day, as the result of progress
made by scores of carpenters and
painters. "Old Heidelberg" is cer
tainly a iinp attraction for the open
ing hill. Seats are now on sale at
popular prices.
At Eagles' hall on Sunday evening
the Superior Moving Picture Co of
New York will preseut another of
its popular motion view entertain
ments and the programme promises
to be even more interesting than
former shows. Several of the latest
films will be shown and the headline
feature will be a realistic picture of
every day life with its laughter and
its sorrows. There will be new Il
lustrated songs and musical features.
Prices 10 and 15 cents, . .......
Fulton's1 American ' band will re
sume its successful Saturday even
ing dances and sociables at Tbe
Buckingham on Saturday evening
after omitting a week of the season
owing to the Elks' fair. The band
will number forty strong this. week
and a programme f new dance
numbers combined with many of the
popular numbers of other pro
grammes has been prepared and re
hearsed.jutder the direction of Con
ductor James M. Fulton. The pro
gramme will contain selections from
several new operas, also a new march
which hag not before been heard in
Waterbury. v Again the barn dance
will be a popular feature of the pro
gramme. Dancing will commence
promptly at 8:30 o'clock and will
continue through the evening. Con
ductor Fulton is arranging a series
of excellent concert programmes to
be given in the near future. The
dates of these concerts will be an
nounced later. The programmes will
resemble those made popular in New
York city by Victor Herbert and in
Boston by the summer division of
the Boston Symphony orchestra. The
dance of to-morrow evening will be
conducted in the same excellent
manner which had marked these af
fairs so far this season, the manage
ment still retaining the right to re
fuse entrance to objectionable per
The sale for both the concerts of
the fall musical festival of the Wa
terbury Oratorio society at The
Buckingham next Tuesday has been
so gratifyingly large that the society
is now assured of large audiences at
both the afternoon popular orches
tral concert to be given by Victor
Herbert and his orchestra and the
evening concert when Gounod's
"Faust" will be sung by the society's
chorus with eminent soloists. There
are however many seats as yet un
sold though these will according to
indications be taken before the day
arrives. The sale for "Faust" has
been especially large while the Her
bert orchestral concert is sure to
attract a large audience owing to
the popular nature of the programme
Madame Marie Stoddart who is to be
the soloist with Mr Herbert and his
orchestra is one of tbe best known
of the younger concert sopranos on
the American concert stage. Madame
Stoddart has sung In many parts of
America though sbe is perhaps best
known In the Western states where
she has sung with great success in
concert and oratorio. Her voice is
described by enthu siastic critics as a
clear bell-like organ of great purltv
aud color. Madame Stoddart has
Rung many times In New York city
but her experience in New England
has been small and she comes to
Waterbury for one of her first en
gagements In this part of the coun
try. Madame Stoddart has sung
"Marguerite" in "Faust" many times i
with grrat success thus accomplish-
i tng a step on the ladder of ambition
which i the coveted goal of every
prima donna. Her work In this great
role la described as beautiful both
vocally and in the great Intelligence
or its interpretation. Besides ap
pearing as "Marguerite" In the even
Ing Madame Stoddart was the solo
ist chosen by Victor Herliert to as
sist him at the popular orchestral
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concert in the aifternoon. Madame
Stoddart will sing a charming French
aria by "Bachelet"- in keeping with
the character of the programme and
her encore will be the famous Bach
Gounod "Ave Maria." The final
concert of the bass and tenor sec
tions of the oratorio chorus will be
held at The Buckingham next Sun
day afternoon at which the men will
be given their places and on the
stage. The rehearsal "6T the chorus
and orchestra will be held on Mon
day evening and on Tuesday morn
ing all of the principles for "Faust"
will rehearse with the orchestra.
Nov 17 to 24 Town hall. Water
town, St John's church fair.
Nov 20 Washington Hill Athletic
club social and dance.
Nov. 21. City hall, concert and
social given by Lallier's Military
band aud St Anne's drum corps.
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-,
ty dance.
Nov 25 City hall, social and
dance given by Brass City lodge, No
250, L. A. to BXifR. R. T.
Nov 26 Music halLorivate 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 hall, Water
ville. athletic carnival and entertain,
inent. '
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.-0. 0.. F.hall. Cheshire,
social and dance given by the B. B.
N. .assembly. -
Dec 4 Turn halt, : 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'Artisant 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.
Dee 18 Leavenworth hall, social
and dance given by the Jolly Fel
lows.. Dec 31 Town hall, WTatertown,
social and dance given by the Hanky
Panky club.
Jan. 8. Leavenworth hall, social
and dance for the benefit of Michael
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
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, Nor 29 Imperial niovlns
I pietnres.
j Monday, Nov 30, Tnesday-Wednes
I day. Dec 1-2 "The Merrv" Widow."
j Thursday. Dec 3 A Yiddish play,
Friday, Dec 4 Joe Weber's aL
tar stock company.
Saturday, Dec 5 "Human Hearts"
Sunday, Dec ( Imperial Moving
Picture. " " '
Kick'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. ' Phona
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Saturday, Dec 12 "Lena Rivers.'
Sunday, Dec 13 -Imperial MovinC
Tuesday, Dec 15 The Rays.
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