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38-40 Batik Street, Tel 583
Waterbury' s Buy Corner Store.
From Our Women's Ready to Wear
You may bo able to find garment that look like these of ours, but on:
examination you'll find they have not the undoubted style and the artistic
designing and tailoring that these have. Compare them and we know we
are quite safe in leaving the rest to you. . . '
FOR $17.50.
Made of all wool herringbone
serge, coats are 32 inches long,
strictly tailor made with the
semi fitted back and front, plain
gored skirt trimmed with but
tons in front, has fold, extra
special value $17.50 the suit
SUITS FOR $19.75.
In cheviots, serges and broad
cloths, coats are 30 to 36 Inches
long, some of them are self
trimmed with velvet collar to
match; some are trimmed with
braid and satin;, skirts are plain
gored or flounce, beautiful suits
at a special price, $19.75 the suit
AT $14.05.
Made of all wool kerseys, in blue,
red and black, high Empire
Room 41 Buckingham Building. Open Evenings.
Five Strong Reasons for Fall
1. In the fall, the surface is thoroughly dry. During the spring a
surface which needs repainting is sure to contain moisture and damp
ness or frost, and it cannot be successfully painted until it has thoroughly
dried out.
2. When t'.ie wood is dry. absorbs more of the paint. The paint
penetrates deeper into the wood, therefore gets a firmer hold on it, giv
lng the paint coating greater tenacity or holding qualities.
3. Paint cannot be applied as successfully in damp, cloudy or un.
settled weather as in warm, sunny weather, in the fall the weather is
more settled and uniform and is warmer, therefore it is an excellent time
for painting.
4. A house needs its protecting coat of paint more, in the winter
months than at any other time. A hous in need of repainting should
never be allowed to go over the winter without this protection.
5. It is easier to keep moisture and dampness out by applying a
coat of paint when the surface is dy, than it is to get moisture or damp
Bess out of the wood when you want to apply paint.
MORAL See WOODRUFF now and be sure of best results.
George M. Woodruff
Are You Going to Buy House
Furnishing Goods?
If so, it will pay you to visit our store, inspect our goods, get
our prices, and then you will know why we are doing the busi
ness. Our connection with one of the largest Furniture and
Carpet houses in this country makes it possible for us to sell
goods at prices that will amaze you. This assertion will be
proven with the facts before your own eyes by a visit to otir
mammoth warerooms. Come in and see the possibilities of saving
money in buying from us. Everything guaranteed or money re
funded. No trouble to show goods whether you purchase or
not. Courteous salesmen to wait upon you when you call. Covai
in and be made happy.
Benson Furniture Co. Inc.
188-190 South Main, 38-40 Grand Street
Two Entrances.
si? Xp ajir If & Xr & tXr I
Fine Variety of Delicatessen Lunch
at All Hours. .
J 16 tad 18 Harrison Ave. ---
back, turnover collar, self
strapped and button i. trimmed, '
a regular $20 coat, at $11.05-each
WOMEN'S $1(1.50 ,'
AT $10.98.
36 inches long, lined with guaran
teed satin, strictly tailor made,
a regular $16.50 coat, for
$10.08 each
Made with front of narrow tucks
and center of colored embroid
ery, high shaped collar and long
sleeve, a $3.50 waist for
$2.89 each
Trimmed wth oriental lace, front
of tucked net, piped with light
blue, $6.50 waists at $1.95 each
DEPARTMENT on Second Floor.
Take stairs or elevator.
,in 1' .. mm 1 w J iirm'um'mJiamiiMil
From Street to Street.
lr r &t tff r llf" "fr Knt
for Kidney, Liver and Stomach
By the quart, glass or gallon at
7. E. WATTS' CAIX. South Kail St.
The secretary of Columbian Re
bekah lodge, No 35," has received
word from Mrs A. Bradley, president
of P. N. O.'s association that all mem.
bers of the association are requested
to attend the meeting which this
month will be held at I. O. O. F. hall
in Seymour on Friday, November 27,
at 2:30 p. m. These meetings are
usually held inv New Haven.
The Washington birthday booth at
the fair to be given by the Ladles'
Aid society in the parish house on
December 2 and 3 will be in charge
of Mrs Amos Culver, Mrs E. C. Bar
num, Mrs W. II. Watson and Mrs
Henry Bird. There will be a George
Washington birthday cake, made
from a recipe over 100 years old, bak
ed by Mrs H. D. Patterson.
Florence Haggerty has gone to.
Pennsylvania where he will play
basketball for the rest of the season.
He will be a member of the Johns
town team. Haggerty is one of the
best players In the country, and he
was sought after by a number of
teams. '
- .The funeral of Mrs Frances A.
Piatt took place this afternoon at 1
o'clock from the residence of Newell
A. Smith in Millville. The service
was conducted by the Rev Sherrod
Soule. The interment was in the
Prospect cemetery.
There will be an important meet
ing of Shepherd lodge, F. and A. M.,
this evening in Masonic hall. The
master Mason's degree will be work
ed. Mr and Mrs John Spencer of New
York city, who have been spending
the past few days with friends in the
borough, have left for their home.
Mr and Mrs H. A. Dalby of Hill
side avenue are in New Haven at
tending the funeral of Sylvester Gil
bert. Matthew Fleming of Water street
has entered the employ of the Pru
dential Life Insurance Co.
Mr and Mrs Joseph Carlson of
Millville are visiting relatives in New
York city for a few days.
Cash buys more than credit, Up
son. Singleton & Co's $15 overcoats
prove it.
Upson, Singleton & Co's cash store
prices are money savers boys suits
$1.97 up.
Mr and Mrs Charles Bradley of
New Haven have been visiting with
relatives here.
Mrs Charles Skinner of Bristol
spent Sunday at the home of her son,
Walter Lewis of Newton heights.
A number of people from this place
will take in the turkey supper at the
town hall in Watertown this after
noon and evening. A turkey supper
for 25 cents is not on the bill of fare
everjy day.
The Parish Guild of All Saints
church .which usually meets on Tues
day afternoons at :30 will not meet
this week, owing to Thanksgiving.
On Thursday, Thanksgiving day,
there will be a service in the morning
at 10:30. A meeting of the vestry
men will be held in the vestry room
on Saturday evening at 7:30.
Another large crowd attended the
St John's fair last night.
Mrs Frank J. Smith was the guest
of friends in Waterbury yesterday.
Marion Leonard is visiting with
her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Walter
Upson, Singleton & Cos "cash
store" prices are money savers
heavy wool trousers $3.
Dudley Atwood the youngest son
of Mr and Mrs Charles Atwood had
the misfortune to v dislocate his
shoulder Saturday evening.
The funeral of Eldridge Scott was
held this afternoon with prayers at
the house at 1:30 and services at the
church at 2 o'clock. The burial was
in Evergreen cemetery. The Rev H.
N. Cunningham rector oT Christ
church officiated.
D. J. Murphy the barber is offer
ing more encouragement to the pool
players who visit his rooms each
evening by giving a dollar away
every Saturday evening. This is done
by placing the names of those who
play pool on his tables during the
week in a box and every Saturday
one name is drawn from these.' Last
Saturday evening Dennis McLeary
was the lucky man.
On Thanksgiving afternoon in the
town hall the K. O. K. A. first bas
ketball team will play the Third
church team of Waterbury at 2:30 p.
me. The preliminary game will b
between the second team of the K. O.
K. A. and the Crescents of Water
bury. in the evening the K. O. K. A.
team of Bridgeport will oppose the
first Knights of King Arthur team at
8:15 and the second team will play
the second Third church team of Wa
terbury. The line-up of the first and
second teams of the K. O. K. A. will
be as follows: First team, Zeidler c.
Walton rf. Barlow, Evans If,- Bassett
and Humiston rg, Hudson sub. Sec
ond team. Hudson c, McLean rf,
Downs If, Bormolin lg, Magee rg.
Woodward and Hoskins, subs. The
admission to all games will be 15c.
A large crowd is expected to at
tend the supper and fair in the town
hall this evening. The supper will
begin at 4 p. m. and continue until
10 p. m. There will be eight tables
in charge of Mrs Patrick Flynn, Mrs
Edward Ryan, Mrs Harry O'Connor,
Miss Mary Keilty. Miss Annie Kane',
Mrs James McGoff, Mrs Christopher
Burns and Mrs John Collins. The
waitresses will be as follows: The
Misses Kate Barrett. Kate Gallagher,
Kate Kervin. Margaret Kervln, Lulu
KerviB. Racheal Kervin, Mary Ker
vln, Liszie Burns, Kate Burns, Etta
Gallagher, Alar McGowaa, Adeline
O'Neil, Martha O'Donnell. Margaret
King, Rena King, Kate Rodden, An
nie Rodden, Ella Cunfleld, Mildred
Deland, Gertrude Delnnd, Lilian Pe-
Iand, Mary O'Neil, Way Delaney, Nel
lie Pickett. Agnes Miles, Clara Glg-
nao, Antoinette Glgnac, Edna Mc
Donald, Mary Duhll, Rose Genlas, Ju.
lianna Genlas, Addle Fraahette, Vic
toria Frazhette, Diana Frechette, Nel
lie Fttzpatrlck, Frances O'Donnell
and Annie O'Neil. The fair to-morrow
evening will begin at 6 o'clock
instead of 8 o'clock. It will be
brought to a close with dancing.
Interesting Items Boiled Down for
tOur Busy Readers.
Torrlngton An attachment for
$600 has been placed upon the meat
market of Felix P. Coulon of Mlgeon
avenue to satisfy a claim of Pierpont
Brothers of Waterbury. The ca3e
will be heard before the court of
common pleas the first Tuesday In
Hartford Bishop Nichols of Cali
fornia, who fclll be remembered by
many as a former rector of Christ
church, will be in the city this week
and has accepted an Invitation from
Rev James Goodwin to preach in
Christ church next Sunday morning,
when his former parlshoners will
have an opportunity to hear him.
South Norwalk Daniel Popp, a
Hungarian, 4 5 years old, attempted
to kill his wife, 43 years old, oy
slashing her with a butcher knifo,
yesterday, and he afterwards cut his
own throat. He is now in the hos
pital and is expected to die, but his
wife Is believed to have a chance of
recovering.' Jealousy Is said to have
been the cause of the attempted mur
der. Simsbury Upon the invitation of
Mr and Mrs J. T. Weed of Simsbury
there was a reunion yesterday after
noon at their home, of the descend
ants of Julius and Julina Case Weed.
The party, which numbered thirty
six, included three generations chil
dren of Julius Weed, who died forty
five years ago. The house where the
reunion was held is on the site of
the one which Julius Weed occupied
and which was burned in 1870.
Deep River Brakeman Carl
D'Arche of Hartford, charged with
manslaughter In connection with the
recent railroad accident at , Deep
River, was before Judge Edward G.
Burke at the town hall yesterday
morning at 10 o'clock. The hearing
lasted nearly all day. Judge Burke
found probable cause, and the de
fense offering no evidence, D'Arche
was bound over to the December
term of the Middlesex county super
ior court of Middletown under $2,000
Hartford Water from the Farm
ington river and not from the Con
necticut river is what Hartford may
drink and use if the long over-due
rains still hold off. The water com
missioners, hope and trust that it will
rain and are relying on the 900,000,
000 gallons still in the reservoirs to
carry us along quite a spell, but the
supply continues to lessen every day
and there Is no denying that the de
partment officials feel anxious.' ; It
hasn't added any to their joy in life,
either, that the Connecticut river is
here to draw on, for the unwhola-
someness of the water of that once
pure stream is something not nice
to dwell upon.
Winsted Chief of Police S. C.
Wheeler, Officer- Spear and John F.
Simmons rounded irp seven pack
peddlers who have been in the habit
of coming here from Torrington and
peddling their wares from house to
house without a license upon the ar
rival of the 8 o'clock train yesterday
morning. They were taken before
Judge Seymour and two took out
peddler's licenses, the remainder be
ing allowed to return to Torrington.
Thomaston The annual fair of St
Thomas's church will be opened to
morrow evening in the opera house
and will continue for five nights. The
entertainment to-morrow night will
be a farce by the St Thomas's Dra
matic club and on Thursday evenine
a farce will be presented by the Sun
day school children.
Matinee and Xight.
Special Return Engagement of ,
Auinun ur
Same elaborate production seen
here Labor day. Cast Includes Se
ver! De Deyn, Mabelle Estella,
George O. Nichols, Frank Dee, Henry
Duggan. Prices, matinee 25c to 75c,
evening 25c to $1, boxes $1.50.
nary Had
A Little Lamb
But It's fleece didn't compare with
tire Whiteness of your linen as we
deliver It
Were Mary living, she would have
had us wash her lamb.
But Mary Is dead; so Is her lamb.
If you are alive you want the best
work. Here's a pointer
Let Xt Do Toar Washing.
The HomeS
277 Baak Street, jjf- Tel 153-2
Iron Magnate Asked to Tell
About Free Steel,
Washington, Nov. 24. As a result
of the declaration by Andrew Carnegie
in a nutgaziue article that the tariff on
iron .and steel should be abolished the
ways and means comlsslon of the
house has formally luvlted Mr. Car
negie. to appear before It this week to
tell what he knows about the steel
industry and the need of a reduction
of the tariff on Iron and steel prod
ucts. The commission desires him to ap
pear tomorrow, when the iron and
steel schedule will be taken up In the
hearing now being held by the com
mission looking toward a revision of
the tariff. The hearings on the iron
and steel rates will continue until Fri
day. The telegram to Mr. Carnegie was
as follows:
This commission will have a hearing- on
the iron and steel schedule en Wednes
day, the 26th Inst., and continuing- to Fri
day, the 27th. We would be very glad te
have you appear before the commission
on one of these days for Instance (tem
po rably on Wednesday) and give the com
mission such Information as you are able
on the subject. The dally sessions com
mence at 9.30 a. m.
SERENO B. PAYNE, Chairman.
Chinos Artillery and Cavalry Are 8oon
Put to Flight.
Pekin, Nov. 24. Additional reports
of the mutiny at Nanking are given
out by order of the regent, Prince
A battery of artillery and a squad
ron of- cavalry not exceeding all told
Get a new Set of Teeth or have
the old ones reuaired so vou can en
iov your Thankseivine dinner.
Prices rieht for all kinds of elate
work. Have that achine tooth out
or filled, and stoi) worrvine yourself
and vour family. No matter how
nervous, you can ret the best of treat
ment and cracticallv Painless Den
tistry. Consult us in all cases for
sound practical advice. Don't forsret
the name.
Best Dental Co.,
and the place, over Manufacturers
65 Bank St.
Is one. of the best advertisements. The
Best Optical Co. permanently located
at 18 Abbott avenue, Waterbury, be-j
Kan business Oct. 12. In four weeks!
time they have fitted over 100 difficult
cases and they will be pleased to prove
the above to your satisfaction. This
week they offer 10 KT. S&.ftO GOLD
It will be to your advantage to con
sult them without delay.
Pernaaeat Laeattoa
(Vo7 He&iinisi Roi let a hi
. . - L V X
000 men entrenched themselves in in
Id fort and mutinied. .They bad be
cone disaffected as' a result of efforts
of revolutionary agitators. T
For a time they put up a successful
reelstaace, but a gunboat was brought
to the sciiie and bombarded tbelr po
sition, whereupon they fled.
Conference of Governors.
Boston, Nov 24. The New Eng
land governorc' conference contin
ued here to-day, when the attention
Rastus Goes Fishing.
Mr. Henry "Going, fishing on washdayi Rastus? I
,. thought Melissa needed you to gather wood and
- make a fire to boil the clothes."
Rastus "Yes, sah, Marse Henry. But Anty Drudge
here, she done sho'd M'Lissy how to wash de clo's
without no fiah an'M'lissy she say hit's as easy
as rollin' ofia log."
Anty Drudge "That's right, Mr. Henry. 'Rastus had
better be working than fishing, but Melissa doesn't
need him. Fels-Naptha makes the biggest washing
easy for one person in less time than the old way."
Do your washing without a fire next
time. Save the bother, the discomfort)
and the cost of fuel.
' . ' Wash your clothes with Fels-Naptha
in cool or lukewarm water, in summer
or winter.
, It's much easier no hard rubbing is
It saves the clothes because there's no
boiling to weaken them and no hard
rubbing to wear them out. ;
Intakes less than half the time of the
old way . , ,
And this Fels-Naptha way of wash
ing in cool or lukewarm water makes
your clothes cleaner, sweeter, and fresher
than if you boiled and hard-rubbed 'em
till Doomsday.
Don't take a, substitute for
Fels-Naptha because it will not do the
work. ,
Look for the red and green wrapper
and follow the directions printed on the
back. '
3c Cake, 3c Cake, 3c Cake
The White-Simmons Co.,
Phone 710. Wholesale and Retail.
Steam and Hot Water
We guarantee these new boilers to fur
nish more heat with the same amount of
fuel than any others.
These are the finest and most economi
cal heating boilers in the world.
The prices are as low as those of other
makes that have not our important im
provements. . WAUmt PRATT UTO. CO. t- Uatoa St, Soto -Oaiatw
keokM, "Warm, Baattk aac Cossfort." b iatomti
of the delegates was called to thl
consideration of ways and means of
protecting and propagating the fish-
erics. "Highways and their uses" I
had been arranged as tue topic to ue
considered at the afternoon meeting.
Francis H. Herrlck of Cleveland, O.,
with the Untied States bureau of
fisheries, and Dr George George Wil
ton Field, attached to the r rilled
States bureau and to the zoological
station at Naples, Italy, were the
chief speakers at the forenoon meet
ing. '

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