rWATERBUKY EVENING DEMOfcllAT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1908.
We Invite You to Dine With Usatlhe
Elton $3.00 Shoes
Ulsi Emmons ol MfatervUlc Bit
' an Allack ol DlplfccrU.
Rich and Artistic Decorations.
Value 39c to
AUSTRIAN AND FRENCH CHINA.
i Value $1.25
Berry Sets Rich colonial glass,
7 pieces, regular 75c, Anni
versary Sale, set 59c
Punch Sets Rich pressed cut
glass punch bowl on standard
and 6 cups, regular $1.50,
Anniversary Sale $1.00
Latest Fall Millinery.
Exact Reproductions of Hats worn
at New York's most stylish event, the
Annual Horse Show.
Evenine and Dress Hats. Ribbons.
Feathers and Buckles.
Allard & Blanchette,
124 South Main Street.
A fine showing of Ready-to-Wear
Millinery for Thanksgiv
ing purchasers. A special made
. hat assured it' the order is giv
F. L. MARKS Co., Inc.
109 Grand 102 Bank.
Successors to A. F. COWLES.
That is the Magee Range.
Full line Heating Stoves.
Tin and Wooden Ware.
Stransky Enameled Ware.
Plumbing, Heating and
61, 63, 65 Grand Street
Brings a customer for
that rent, or for that
piano you want to sell
or a buyer for that
property you wish to
dispose of quickly.
Try it Once in the Democrat
Special Thanksgiving Offerings
From the 14th Anniversary Sale.
Eight in the nick of time it
ing utensus, with its economies of
uvuovniivoi .. ..
It's a function all should attend. It's a supplying time for future as well as for present needs. It's oppor
tunity to obtain the reliable, the dependable and the good at the prices of the other kinds. Snowy New Lin
ens. Shiny New Cooking Utensils, keen edged Cutlery, bright New China and Sparkling New Glassware all
will give added enjoyment to the THANKSGIVING DINNER. No store handles these things more intelligently
than we do. We sell the best "without charging the most. And because ytu want the best without paying the
most. We respectfully suggest that you will find many interesting items below.
Large Variety of Decorations.
THE ROYAL ROASTER.
Self Basting, makes your roasts
rich, tender and juicy, Spe
cially Priced at. . . .79, 69 and 49c
Wine Sets Rich cut glass, de
canter and 6 thin Austrian
wine glasses, regular $2.50,
Anniversary Sale $1.39
sary Sale ....
Covered Vegetable Dishes Eng
lish porcelain, decorated, reg
ular 53 to 75c, Anniversary
Turkey Platters English porce
lain, neatly decorated, regu
lar 75c, Aniversary Sale 39c
DO IT NOW.
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
One package AUTOCRAT or NONE
SUCH MINCE MEAT FREE with
each Turkey sale. Please mention
this adv. FRESH DRESSED NA
TIVE POULTRY A SPECIALTY.
Phone 469. 21 Phoenix Ave.
There are Posters and Posters, wenm'rnj. i mli r iSr ...
have them. All the College Banners)
Fraternity Banners and Cushions.
made to order. Don't forget those
pictures you were going to have
framed; bring them in early
Adfs Art Store and Photograph Studio
54-56 Bank Street.
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 i watcn
12171 May 13, 1908 l 8quare
12177 May 14, 1908 l wring
12190 May 15, 1908 l watch
13192 May 16, 1908 i watch
12195 May 16, 1908 i watch
12198 May 16, 1908 l watch
12204 May 16, 1908 2 rings
12205 May 16. '08, 1 dz silverw'e
12209 May 18,'08..6 knives 6 forks
Great bargains In unredeemed
and new' Diamonds, Watches and
M. A. GREEN,
Buckingham B'l'd'g. 200 Bank St.,
comes with its bountiful assemblage
pleasine nrooortions and with its all
20 pieces Bleached Damask. 60
inches wide, worth 39c, An
niversary Sale 25c
10 pieces 63-inch All Linen Da
mask, worth 65c, Anniversary
Sale '. 50c
10 pieces 70-inch Bleached Da
mask, worth $1. Anniversary
5 pieces 72-Inch extra fine
Bleached Damask, worth
$1.39, Anniversary Sale $1,00
50 dozen all Linen Napkins,
worth $1.39, Anniversary
FROM THE BASEMENT.
Cups and Saucers Fine thin
Austrian China .neatly deco
rated, regular $2.50 dozen,
Anniversary Sale $1.50
Cranberry Saucers Semi-porcelain
and decorated, regular
5c, Anniversary Sale at, doz. . .J9c
Cups and Saucers Japanese
china, richly decorated, regu
lar 39 and 50c a doz, Anni
Chocolate Sets Imperial Ger
man China, rich decorations,
regular $2, Anniversary Sale $1,39
Dinner Sets Semi-porcelain,
blue forget-me-not decoration,
100 pieces, Anniversary Sale. $8.98
Dinner Sets English porcelain v
deep green border and floral
spray, 100 pieces, Anniver
sary Sale $14.95
It seems more the day if a
serving of a piece of well filled,
rich flavored mince or pumpkin
pie is had at dinner Thanksgiv
This kind of pies for
Thanksgiving, in fact we make
such pies every day, but we de
sire early orders for the mince
or pumpkin kind for Thanks
giving. WINES, LIQUORS,
CIGARS AND FRUIT.
Thanksgiving shoppers can
make a selection from an ex
tensive variety of the choicest
at our store.
Woodruff Grocery Co.
This is the Season of the Tear for
of all descriptions. Anything In that
line can be found at our place of
business. We have a very fine Sardine
In Oil at 6c per can, as good as others
tell for 10c; come at 10c and 16c per
can. worth ISe and 20; Mustard
Sardines at 10c per can. Smoked Her-
rlnff Rnnnlaoa Wrr1iT Salmnn r9
Soused Mackerel. 15c and 18c ; Kl
pered Herring. 20c; Lobster, finest
on th marbut it 2Se? CnA Fish of
any description. Try a Can of our
fit Charles Evanorated Milk at 9c oer
can. it Is sure to please you, aud yon
will conttnne to use It. Canned goods
of any description, quality the finest.
price the lowest; also a large line of
Prunes at 8c to 15e per lb.
118 EAST MAIN STREET.
PROMPT ATTENTION OUR MOTTO
Let us furnish an estimate
on your next job. We will
save money for you : : : : :
D. F. McCarthy,
BOYS CLUB BUILDING,
24 Coftare Place TdepboM 1209
.Try a Democrat Want.
of linens. China. Glassware and Cook
rcund importance to good, thrifty
25 dozen Large Size Dinner Nap
kins, worth $3.50, Anniverr
sary Sale $2.50
20 dozen Mercerized Tray
Cloths, Anniversary Sale .J9c
25 Hemstitched Set Cloths. 2
yards long, large size Napkins,
worth $6.50, Anniversary
1 dozen Pattern Cloths with
Napkins to match, worth
$5.50, Anniversary Sale $3.98
10 dozen Damask Bureau Scarfs, .
worth 39c, Anniversary Sale.. 25c
Carving ! Sets Genuine stag
handle, with 9 inch best steel
blades, regular $1.69, Anni
versary Sale $1,25
Tea Spoons Rogers Al plate,
warranted to wear 10 years,
regular $1.65 dozen, Anniver
sary Sale, set of 6 for 60c
Fruit Cranberry Press ur Po
tato Ricer Regular 29c, An
niversary Sale 21c
Cook Pots 8 quarts, gray en
amel, first quality, regular
50c, Anniversary Sale 25c
LINENS FROM THE THIRD FLOOR.
200 Drawn Work Tray Cloths,
values up to 59c each, Third
Floor Sale Price 25c each
200 Scarfs and Squares, with
three and four rows of
drawn work, values up to 98c, '
Third Floor Sale Proice. .49c eaci
9 and 12-inch Dollies, scalloped
edge or plain hemstitched,
plain centers or damask.
Third Floor Sale Price . . IfJc each
34-inch lea Cloths in sevevivl .
drawn work designs, value
$1.39, Third Floor Sale
PrIce ' 75c each
Evening Gowns and
Cloaks are cleaned
or dyed to perfect
CONWAY ART CO
This modern and drugless treat
ment, administered by Br Jerome D.
;Wirt, a graduate of the A. T. Still
school of Osteopathy, at KlrksvIIla,
Mo. If you are a chronic sufferer it
will pay you to investigate this new
treatment. Location -Suite 33 Buck
ingham building. 'Phone 2010. Con
sultation free. Office hours 9 to 12,
and 1 to 5:30. Evenings 7:30 to
8:30. Licensed by State Board of
THE LEY CONSTRUCTION CO. Inc.
(Branch of Fred T. Ley Co, Inc. of
Controllers of the. Bone System of
Reinforced Concrete Retaining Walls
and the Reinforced Luten Arch In
ROOM 8, MILLINGS BUILDING,
05 Bank St. 'Phone 2153-1.
G. B. Hall, Gen Mgr and Engineer.
arge Vans for
moved by Hall's Patent Piano
. Teaming of All Kinds.
Storage at Reasonable Rates.
Ralph N. Blakeslee
IS A FRIEND INDEED TO A PAINTER IN NEED
OF A QUICK, RELIABLE DRYING PAINT.
Thanksgiving Sale !
Ladies, stop paying fancy prices
for your millinery. Call and see our
line of stylish and becoming Hats be
fore you go elsewhere and compare
quality, style and price. It will' pay
you to call from far distances as our
prices are the lowest In the city. If
you are looking for a stylish and be
coming hat to suit your pocket mark
the name and number and come
down to lower Bank street to the
265 Bank Street.
Champion of low prices In the mil
linery line. Wholesale and retail.
We have a fresh, new stock
of stylish tan and wine foot
wearnothing carried over
from last season made by
shoemakers for particular
people correct and up-to
BLACK, TAN AND
BROWN CLOTH TOPS.
$3.50 $4 and $5.
ARTHUR BRADLEY CO.
52 Bank St.
is nearly here and the question of a
has no doubt presented itself. If you
are considering- the purchase of a
Piano give us a call or send for cata
logues. ; RIGHT GOODS at RIGHT PRICES.
Terms to suit. '
Driggs & Smith Co.,
112 Bank St
GEO. A. UPHAM. Builder.
also Saw Mill and Moulding Mill,
Cor. West Main and Mattatuck Streets.
J, G. JACKLE &
New Shoes for Thanksgiving.
For Men "The Emerson Shoe" $3.50
All styles, Narrow, Medium or Wide
shapes; all leathers. Patent Colt, Kid, Vel
our and Box Calf, Heavy or Light Soles,'
Blucher, Lace or Button. We can fit you
with the best shoe la the city, the "EMER
SON," Union Made.
The HARRISON, t to 5. at
Best wearing shoe for boys.
The WALTON '. . $1, $1.25,
Satin, Calf, Lace and Blucher.
The "RADCLIFFE" a ....
Blucher, Button or Lace, any style,. In Patent Colt. Kid or Gun
. Metal, Dull Calf; High or Low Hels, also Tan Calf Shoes, sices
1 to 9. j ' . . - 1 :
FOR caRLK. '
Our "SPECIAL" Shoe, sixes B to 8, at. ... . . . ..... T5e
. Sizes 8H to 11, at .... $l.oo
- 8ises ilfc to 2, "at ....... $1.23
Sizes JV4 to C. at $1.30
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.
HEAT WITH OAS
Gas Improvement Co.
Center and Leavenworth Sts.
HEAT .WITH OAS
Framed Pictures For
Now Is the time to select your Pic
tures for Christmas. We have many
good things for you to pick from.
The Curtis Art Co.
135 BANK STREET.
Christmas Picture Framing.
Complete line of fine Enam
Smooth, bright flulsii. Heavy t'oobls
coated, making them wear tnocn
longer than the ordinary goods. Prices
very reasonable to Introduce the line
In the new ntara cf
P. H. GARRITY,
342 South Main St.
Scientific Plumbing' and Saaitan
75 Bank Street,
$2.50 and $.1.00
- ..... $2.00
Miss F. O. Emmons ot Watervllla,
a teacher In the fourth and flftH
grades In the Chapol street school, .
Simonsville, was at her nost yester.
I day apparently In the enjoyment ot
good ncaltn, but to-day the school Is
closed to bo fumigated and Miss Em-
nions Is suffering from an attack ol
diphtheria ,a malady which appears -to
have made Its appearance In many
towns all over the slate the past cou
ple of months. At present there aro i
fourteen or fifteen houses placarded
In Watcrbtiry and the health authori
ties are doing all In therr power ta
confine (he disease to tho persona af
flicted with It. . But it Is very difficult .
to do this, for children not knowing
tho danger will visit each other un
less some plan Is devised to render
such a thing almost impossible. Al
ready a few deaths have occurred
from the disease, but the most of tho
cases now being looked after are light
and there Is no reason why air tho
patients should not recover. People
should be on the lookout for symp
toms or tne sickness and call in the
family physician the moment thov
suspect anything wrong. Look into
the children's throats and see if vou
can notice any white specks there,
and if so call the doctor at once. To 4
oo effective medical treatment should
be appliod before the- disease has
and a headache should be sufficient
to warrant taking all necessary pre
cautions, even though no - white
specks can be seen on the lining of
the throat , . 8
Upson. Singleton & Cos cash ntor
prices are money savers boys suits
Edward Loughman. the Brook
lyn fireman who was thrown from a
horse and Injured last week is getting
alon well and will be himself again .
within a short time.
The drug stores in Brooklyn
will observe holiday hours on
Thanksgiving day. ' They will close
from 1 to 5 in the afternoon and at
7 o'clock In the evening.
"Joe'1 the barber, who worked in
Rocco Di-Orio's shop on Bank street,
until he left for Italy more than a
year ago, Is. back at his old position.
He returned to this country a few
months ago and since that time has
been working in New Haven.1.
A well known Bank street busi-
nes man has put out $100 to bet at
even money on Brooklyn in the game
with the All-Waterbury on Thursday.
As yet it has not been taken. It la
said that, he has more to wager the
same way if the money Is covered. ,
No one who looks at the Nauga-
tuck river In its present condition
could hardly believe, if they had not
seen it, that the same stream was al
most up to the Bank street bridge
last Feburary. But such was the
case after one ot the winter freshets.
Down near the sewage plant the wa
ter rose to the level of the slope pave- v
ment a height of about fourteen feet '
while at present there is scarcely
enough water to carry a small piece '
of wood down the stream.
Miss Gussle Danisevlcze, who' ,
was injured in a trolley collision on
Bank stret near the old station .about
a year ago, has fully recovered from' '
the accident and has reached a settle- -ment
with the trolley company. The
young lady was In a New York hos
pital for some time and later brought
suit for several thousand dollars
against the trolley company. . It Is
understood the case was settled for
about one-fifth of the amount for,
which the suit was brought.
Cash buys more than credit. Up
son. Singleton & Co s (Waterbury)
$15 overcoats prove it.
James A. Hyslop formerly a cor
netlst of the Military and American
bands of this city, but now of Dan
bury was visiting in town to-day.
' The hearing of the case of Walter ,
S. .Atwood against the Connecticut
Co for damages of $2,000, ,was re
sumed in the superior court to-day
before Judge Bennett and a jury.
The arguments began at 10 o'clock.
Mr Atwood while driving homo in a
hack one evening a year ago last
July ,was run into by a trolley car
and laid up for some time. The de
fense was negligence on the part of 1
the hack driver, who, by the way,
was thrown off his seat to the ground
In the probate court' to-day there
was a hearing on the account of Mrs
Susan Smith of Oakville, conserva
tor over Mrs Sybllla Hitchcock. Mrs
Smith's account showed that consid
erable part of the estate has gone' in
litigation, about $3,000 being al
ready spent.- She resigned and At
torney James M. Lynch is appoint
ed In her place. Mr Lynch was also
appointed administrator on the m
tate ot William Hitchcock, who was
the husband of Mrs Sybllla Hitch
cock, and It is this estate that was
in danger of being squandered.
Jacob Metersky, wanted in this city
for passing. a $100 confederate bill,
was arrested in New Haven this
morning by Detective Thomas Cole
santo. Cblesanto had a suspicion'
that be might run across (the man
wanted If he visited the Elm city
to-day and his supposition proved
correct. Jacob passed the bill to a
man named Suzleman, who In turn
palmed it oK on Harry Johnson, a
Grand street business man. When
Johnson discovered the character of
me diii ne nad Suzleman arrested.
Suzleman was released undpr hnn
of $200 and when his case came tn
ma i ne was not present so his bond
was called. But it was later learned
that Suzlcman's absence was excusa
ble, so a new bond wu nrri.r..i ,
Meanwhile the case was continued
to give the detective a chance to cap
ture Metersky, who, according io
Suzleman. is the original nasser nl
the bill .in this city.. W
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