WATER BURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1908.
FORDHAM AND VILLANOVA.
Old Rivals to Met Thanksgiving Day
in New York.
The Fordham squad was put
, through a vigorous two hours prac
tice yesterday. Coach Gargan had as
assistants Fred Smith, the old Prince
ton back and for many years bead
coach at Fordham; Maurice McCar
thy, a Fordham coach in earlier days,
and Bull McCarthy, formerly of Col
umbia. A number of Intricate plays
Iwere tried for the Villanova game at
American League park on Thanks
. Francis McCaffrey, the clever end,
was out in football togs . yesterday
for the first time in nearly four
weeks. His broken collarbone has
mended and he will go in against
Villanova. McCaffrey was in the
line-up for a time yesterday, alternat
ing with Siskind at right end. His
. arm is still far from strong, but he
hopes to be fit by Thursday.
Captain Leo Fltzpatrlck was on the
aide lines, having been in the in
firmary on account of a "kick: in the
' head he received in the Rensselaer
game. Collard took his place at left
tackle. . Coach Gargan shifted Jack
Fitzpatrick and Kelleher, sending the
former in at right guard and Kelle
her at right tackle. They will play
In these positions in Thursday's
game. , The men will have their last
scrimmage to-day, and Coach Gargan
intends to make it an unusually long
WED IN RAILWAY STATION.
HUNTING IN ALASKA.
Signal Corps Officer 1 Ignored Advice
.and Was Found Dead.
Washington, Nov 24. A thrilling
story of reckless adventure on the
part of one of the signal corps oper
ators in Alaska has been received by
General Allen, chief of the United
States signal corps. Private William
A. Bonney, who last June went to
the lonely. post of Minton in central
Alaska, recently planned to take a
hunting trip and was given permis
sion to go provided he was attended
by an experienced hunter. Apparent
ly this admonition was disregarded as
Dn the 18th he left for a five days'
trip, his frozen body being found the
next day eight miles from Minto.
Bonney had been in the service less
than a year. He was the son of Wil
liam Bonney of New Bedford, Mass.
Hasty Marriage in Waiting Room uf
Lackawanna Howl in Hohokeu.
New York, Nov 24. Justice of the
Peace Samuel Engler of HoboUen en
tered the big waiting room of the
Lackawana railroad in Hoboken " at
5:01 o'clock Sunday afternoon,
swinging a white handkerchief in his
left hand. He had not more than
half crossed the room when he was
accosted by a young man, and five
minutes later the justice was marry
ing the man to a young woman with
the aid and presence of a man and
wife they enlisted f nthe station. Ot
the hundred or more in the waiting
room at the time no one seemed to
take any interest in the little group
During the afternoon Justice Eng
ler received this telegram:
Hackensack, N. J., Nov 22.
Samuel Engler, Justice of the Peace.
Hobnken. N J
i Can vou marrv ns at I-npkawflnnji
depot? If so, meet us at 5 o'clock.
Carry handkerchief in left 'hand.
Arthur Harry Bennett, civil engi
neer, of 1941 Massachusetts avenue,
Boston, was the way the man who
answered the handkerchief signal de
scribed himself. He introduced his
companion as Miss Irene Messmer of
Maywood, N. J. The justice invited
them to his office, two blocks away,
but they declined, saying they had
to catch a train for Boston and did
not want to lose time.
When the justice raised the ques
tion of witnesses, Mr Bennett solved
it by addressing a couple who proved
to be Mr and Mrs Robert H. Porter
of Buffalo. They were waiting In the
station for a train. Mr and Mrs Por
ter had the situation explained brief
ly, and consented to witness the ceremony.
IRISH BILL IN COMMONS.
aoratary Birrell Sayi It Calls For
London, Nov. 24. Another Irish land
bill to facilitate the carrying out of
the previous land purchase act was In
troduced in the house of cemmons by
Caief Secretary For Ireland Blrrell.
The chief secretary dealt in huge
figures. He said he found that the
Mtimate of $500,000,000 made by one
of Ms predecessors, George Wyndham,
as the amount necessary to satisfy the
land hunger of the tenants was totally
Inadequate; $900,000,000 would be re
quired for this end.
NEW WEATHER INDICATOR.
Government Experiment! With" Mete
orological Kioeka In Cities.
Washington, Nov. 24. A "meteoro
logical kiosk," or automatic weather
station, has been erected in this city,
one of twenty ordered by the weather
bureau for the principal cities.
It shows on its four sides a barome
ter, a standard thermometer, a hy
drometer to indicate humidity and a
precipitation gauge to show the amount
Ttnplate Mills Open Up.
. Sharon. Pa., Nov. 24.-r-The American
Sheet and Tinplate company will put
, twenty hot mills in operation on Nov.
SO, giving employment to l,2CKi werk-ansa.
"Dodge Crowds!" People crowd
where they get values or imagine
they do. See what Dodge thinks.
Saxe & Kioto have a fine line of
Thanksgiving cut flowers.
L. Becker, the tailor, has a fine
line of the latest goods. His fit and
price will please you.
Reid & Hughes' store will be open
until noon Thanksgiving. Note the
prices on cloaks and suits.
The Fulton Market is headquar
ters for turkey, chicken and fowls.
All natives and at low prices.
The Hub Grocery Co is giving
stamps to every purchaser. Free
book given away to-morrow.
J. G .Jackie & Sons quole some
shoe prices to-day that are worth
Colin F. Wilson at 115 South Main
street has an up-to-date line of
J. B. Mulllngs & Son have every
thing a man needs to wear to be
properly dressed for Thanksgiving
The Speuro Clothing Co has the
clothing you want and at prices to
Nugent's pharmacy is headquar
ters for the purest medicines, herbs
Thonws Fcnton has some good
bargains in houses and lots. Look
him up if you want to buy or sell.
The E. H. Towle Co is offenm;
bargains in football supplies. Leath
er balls 75c and up.
The Miller & Peck Co has a nice
line of laces and yarns for holiday
The Langley Furniture Co is giv
ing away an eight day clock. Look
up this offer.
The Connecticut Boot and Shoe
Co's stork of boys' and men's shoes
Is the best they ever had. See the
The Boston Furniture Co wants
yonr trade, and in return will give
you good goods at low prices.
The Curran Dry Goods Co offers
some very special bargains for
Bernat Holczer sells The Elton, a
$3 shoe that is a good one.
Wallace & Co. 23 Abbott avenue,
ran sell you an overcoat for $15 and
give you time enough to pay for It.
Grieve. Bisset & Holland have la
dies' tailor made suits for $17. SO
that are a bargain.
The Model Market has a nice dis
play of Thanksgiving turkeys. The
price la IS to 26c '
THE SL0CUM MEMORIAL
Correspondent Who Wants One
Erected In Stanley Park.
Editor Evening Democrat.
Please would you allow me space
for a few lines in your oaoer to state
the feeling of hundreds of people in
Waterbury that the only proper- place
to erect a monument to the memory
of the very Rev Father Slocum would
be in Stanley park, a little below the
rountain. in such a place it can be
seen from North and South Elm
streets, Cole street, East Main and
the center. It would be in the center
of the people he loved so well, and it
would be close to the schools, hospi
tal and church he labored so hard
for and many a person will nass and
say God rest his soul that never
would think of him if the monument
were in the cemetery. He was a man
that was respected by all the people,
so erect a monument to his memory
in such a place as to be seen by all
classes of people. Hoping that the
people who have the good work in
their hands will consider the public
in this matter, I am, dear sir, yours,
CUMMINS ELECTED TODAY.
Succeeds William B. Allison as United
States Senator From Iowa.
Des Moines, la., Nov. 24. Just fif
teen years since his candidacy for the
United States senate was first an
nounced, Governor Albert B. Cummins
was elected today to that position to
succeed the late William B. Allison.
Cummins won in the Republican pri
mary on Nov. 3 by 42.647 votes over'
Major Lacey, his opponent.
The Democrats put in nomination
Claude E. Porter, who received the
Democratic minority vote.
Governor Cummins will resign the
governorship immediately, and Lieu
tenant Governor Garst will serve until
State Auditor Carroll takes office as
governor in January.
Uphon, Singleton & Co's have
some nice clothing for man and boy
Get a new suit for Thanksgiving.
TO RENT Saloon and fixtures. The
old reliable stand af 147 Baldwin at,
run as a saloon for the past 28
years. The best stand in town to
transfer your license to. Also a
beautiful three room tenement to
rent. Daniel C. Sullivan, 147 Bald
win st. 11-24-3
TO RENT Tenement of 7 rooms at
331 West Grove st. Inquire D. T.
Farrington, 337 East Main st.
TO RENT Five nice rooms in three
family house on North Riverside st,
near West Main st; this is a fin i
tenement at reasonable rent. In
quire 50 Grand st. 11-24-3
FOUND Double lens spectacles
which owner may obtain by proving
property and paying for this adv.
FOR SALE Fifty buff Plymouth
Rock pullets, 75c to $1.25 each;
ten cockerels, $1.25 to $3. J. D.
McGowan, Watertown, Conn. Tele
phone 69-12. 11-24-3
TO RENT A six large room tene
ment at 122 Round Hill st, $12. In
quire Elbin on premises or tele
phone 193-4. 11-24-3
TO KENT Tenement of 3 or 4
rooms, 225 and 229 Baldwin st, cor
ner Pleasant. Inquire of Sheehy,
14 Laurel st, first floor. 11-24-3 "
Of the Brooklyn Athletic
Club at City Hall
Thursday Evening Nov 26
TO RENT Tenement of six rooms
at 87 South Elm st; improvements.
Inquire E. J. Finn, 17 Exchange
WANTED Salesman. Excellent op-'
poriunnj ior up to aate active man.
Applr manager. 78 East Main at.
TO RENT Tenemont of 6 rooms,
also one of 0 rooms, at 21 Judd st,
one minute from Railroad station;
all Improvements. Apply Luke Sta
pleton, 116 Union st. 11-23-6
TO RENT Tenement of four rooms,
all improvements, new house, at
1-12 South st. Inquire for Ed Har
vey, with J. E. Smith Co, 65 Bene
dict st. 11-23-3
TO RENT Tenement of six rooms,
third floor, all improvements. " In
quire 118 Rownd Hill st. 11-23-8
TO RENT Pleasant rooms, first,
second and third floors, Improve
ments. Inquire S. VV. Chapman,
real estate and insurance agent, 67
West Porter st. 11-23-3
WANTED General housework girl;
must be competent; good wages'
and small family, Apply 2S Union
st. . 11-23-tf J
WANTED. Illustrated ballad, singer. !
male or female. Call at once.
Dreamland theater, 87 Bust Mala
WANTED At once, lady canvassers.
Excellent opportunity. Apply at
194 Bank St.- 11-20-tf
MEN WANTED quickly by big Chi
cago Mail Order House to distribute
catalogues, advertise, etc; $25 a
week; $00 expense allowance lirst
month. No experience required.
Manager, Dept 501, 385 Wabash
ave, Chicago. 11-20-6
We Will Give
Wewill allow 20 per cent discount on all sales on Suits and
Overcoats. This offer we will prove to you by your calling and look
ing over our prices, that it is true.
We will sell to you on credit at this offer on weekly payments.
We make this offer to prove to you we are the ONLY CREDIT
I STOKE that will sell to you on CREDIT at CASH PRICES. We
have a large stock of Overcoats and Suits to select from, all of the
latest colors and designs. 1
S. J. Walsh & Co
111 South Main St.,
Again we are the Cash Leaders on
Fancy Native Turkeys
Good Western Turkeys
Native Roasting Chickens
Geese . . . .
22c a lb
18c to 20c a lb
16c to 18c a lb
. . 18c a lb
. 20c a lb
Don't be foolish enough to pay 28c and 30c a lb
for Turkeys when you can buy Fancy, Native Tur
keys for 25c a lb at the '
i : . e ...... "
3SS to 262 Cherry St,
of Fine Linens, Special Low Prices Until Thanksgiving
at the Linen Headquarters. ,
, Mountains of the best snow white linens are placed on sale
at such surprising low prices that will amaze the most ex
pert linen buyers. This being our first linen sale we .will
make it a memorial event by selling the choicest linens at
unusual low. prices. : . ; ; : . : : r
27 Inch, value 45c, at , 33c
36 inch, value 55c, at. . . . . 30c
36 Inch, value 75c, at..... BOc
3 6 Inch, value 89c, at ..... . 9c
size, value 75c. . .
size, value 31.19;
size, value $1.29.
size, value 1.75
size, value $1.98.
size, value $2.49
size, value $3.75 ,
size, value $6.00
. . 49c doas
. ; 89c doz
. 98c doz
TRAY CLOTHS t
Size 18x27 in. value 20c at 15c
Size 18x27 In. value 25c at 10c
Size 18x27 in. value 35c at 25c
Size 8-10, value $5, at . . . $3.49
Size 8-10, value $5.25, at. . $3.75
Size 8-10, value $5.75, at. . $3.98
Size 8-10, value $8.50, at. . $5.49
Size 8-10, value $8.50, at. . $6.98
BLEACHED TABLE LINENS
64 Inch Bleached Table Linens, value 29c, at. . . . ... . . 10c
60 inch Bleached Table Linens, value 65c, at.... ....,39c
64 inch Bleached Table Linens, value 65c, at.... . ... 40c
68 Inch Bleached Table Linens, value 75c, at.... .... R8c
.72 Inch Bleached Table Linens, value 85c, at.... .... Oc
' 72 Inch Bleached Table Linens, value $1.19, at.... ,.. 89c
Finest Quality. ...
Value Dc, at. ..... . .. .. 2
Value 6c, at....... . .. ... 4c
Value 12 c, at 9c
Value 26c, at. 19c
Value 35c, at. 25c
Size 17x34, value 12yc, at.. Oc
Size 18x36, value 17c, at. . 12c
Size 19x38, value 19c, at 12Hc
Size 20x40, value 25c, at. . . . 15c
Size 20x40, value 29c, at. . . . 19c
8-10 H. S. Cloths, value $2, $1.49
8-12 H. S. Cloths, value $2.50
at. . . . i ...... . $1.98
In plain white, red and white,
green and red, white 'with red
and blue borders, t
8-4 size, 69c, 89c, 98c and $1.25
. Value $1.25, $1.50, $1.89. '
8-1Q size,. . ... 89c, $1.25, $1.40.
, Value $1.25, $1.50, $1.89.
8-12 Size,.., $1.59, $1.89, $1.98
Value $1.89, $1.25, $2.60. '
All Linen Crash
Value 10c, at. . . . 8c
Value 12 c, at. . '. 10c
Value 15c, at. . , . . . ... 12Jc
Value 18c, at ........ . . . , 15c
Wchanged our firm name from the Guarantee Credit Clothing Co to
THE Misler & Liebeskind
DRY GOODS STORE.
33 to 35 EAST MAIN STREET.
Money Refunded on All Unsatisfactory Purchases.
FOR SALE Odds and ends of furni
ture, including a $60 folding bed,
black walnut secretary; and stove
with hot water attachments;, must
be sold by Saturday. 68 Field st.
::- v 11-23-3 '.-
FOR SALE Here is your opportun
ity. Carriages, sleighs and buggies,
all in good shape, at your own price.
Come around and make an offer.
John McEvoy, 126 Baldwin' st.
TO RENT Four steam heated , flats
within 2 minutes' walk of Exchange
place. C. S. Redmond, 11 East
Main st. , 10-5-tf
TO RENT One 8 room rent in a new
two family house off , Willow st
C. S. Redmond, 11 East Main st.
j- 11-1 4 -tf
FOR SALE Thanksgiving dinner
without one ot Maple Grove Farm's
native chickens, ducks, turkeys,
geese or a roasting pig will not be
complete. Price is right. Order
now; alive or ready for the oven.
William C. Hungerford, Oakville,
FOR SALE Upright piano, $185;
big bargain; easy terms. Come
quick. The F. H. Lewis Co, 26 East
Main st, up stairs. 11-20-6
FOR SALE 'six family block, price
$8,000, rent $1,104 per year; $600
down. For particulars see W. R.
Adams, 78 Abbott ave. 11-20-6
FOR SALE Apples, apples, at Bohl
building, 594 West Main st; N. Y.
state hand picked fruit, $2 to $3
per barrel, you furnish barrels.
Prise & Horton. 'Phone 1636-5.
NOTICE Tailor made suits $3.50
.up; shirt waists, 25c; , children's
dresses, 35c. Mrs Trudeau, 909
East Main, 3 minutes' walk from
Sacred Heart church. 11-23-6
FOUND Large key which owner
may obtain by paying for this adv
at the Democrat office. 11-21-3
SUITS made from Irish tweeds. The
most reliable place to get a suit,
overcoat or trousers is at the Irish
Woolen Mills Co, 151 Bank st, room
4, Farrelly & Dwyer. Best material,
best workmanship, latest styles.
Made to order on the premises.
... . " 11-2-tf
fl. A. DUXAC, builder and contrac
tor, stair builder and cabinet mak
er, store fitting a specialty. Office
and shop with J. E. Smith & Co, 65
Benedict st, Waterbury, Conn. Res
idence 62 Tracy ave; postoffice box
DANBURY HAT STORE, 74 Grand
st, is where you get that $1.90 and
$1.40 hat that in yeats past you
have found has no equal. Remem
ber the place, 7 Grand st, opposite
Democrat office. 9-U-tf
NEW AND SECOND HAND FURNI
TURE The cheapest place in the
city to buy your furniture. I have
whatever yon want at the lowest
prices. If you' have any second
hand furniture to sell let me give
you a price on It Philip Miller,
249 South Main at 9-24-tf
WANTED The people to know If
they have not $7 for a ton of coal
they can get a big bag of Otto Coke
from their crocer for a dime
try the Democrat treat adt tor
salts! a wtrai 8 iftgl X3
TO RENT Tenement of six rooms.
all Improvements. Inquire IZo
Bishop st. 11-21-3
TO RENT New steam heated apart
ments, all outside rooms, no air
shafts; excellent janitor service
Rates very reasonable to right par
ties. Apply to-day, C. S. Red-
mond, 11 East Main st. 11-21-tf
TO RENT Tenement of 3 . rooms.
modern improvements, Spring st.
Inquire William Kennedy, attorney,
95 Bank st. , 11-20-tf
TO RENT A meat market, including-
a refrigerator and balance to
anyone desiring to run a team, also
place for one horse and wagon, $10
a month. Inquire 19 Laurel st.
TO RENT One six room rent in a
two family house a little out of the
center; very ' reasonable'. C. 8.
Redmond, 11 East Main st. 11-14-tf
TO RENT Five rooms on Fuller si,
all Improvements, verandas front
and back ; 5 minutes' walk to Sco
vlll Mfg Co and 10 minutes' walk to
center; $12 a month. Inquire 19
Laurel st. - 11-18-6
TO RENT A new 9 room house, 12
minutes' ride from the center;
price right. C. S. Redmond, 11
East Main st. 10-5-tf
TO RENT Tenement of five rooms,
first floor, all improvements, 49-Ful-
'ler st. Inquire T. Brennan, 63 Ful
ler st. 11-19-tf
TO RENT Two private houses for
rent, containing seven rooms each,
a little out of the center. .(VS.
Redmond, 11 East Main st. 11-14-tf
TO RENT Tenement In McGrath
block, corner Phoenix ave and East
Main st, suitable for boarding
house. Apply J. A. Hynes & Son,
43 East Main st, room 9. 11-17-12
TO RENT On Walnut st, two five
room rehta, first and third floor,
$10 and $15; all improvements. In
quire George N. Marshall, 16 East
Main st, room 2, evenings only.
Time having elapsed the follow
ing pledges will be sold at private
sale if not called for by the 1st of
November, 1908. -. - "
1536 watch Oct. 14, '07.'
2203 . ring Feb. 4. 'OS.
2487, ring Feb. 24, '08.
2494 watch Feb. 26, '08.
2544 - ring , April 14, '08.
2548 ring April 18, '08.
2507 watch March 14, '08.
2511 watch March 18, '08.
2615 watch March 20, '08.
2626 ring March 30, '08.
2532 watch April 1, '08.
2533 watch and chain April l, '08.
2539 watch ., April 10, '08.
2546 . ' ring . April 15, '08.
Many other bargains on hand,
come In and see them.
S. 51. SCHNEER. Jeweler.
198 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
A two family house located near
Scovlll Manufacturing Co., rents for
$22 a month. Price $2,200. ,
Dunne, Brown & Co., 05 Bank St.
Room 7, riatt Building.
Cash will be paid for a thret
family house in a good neighbor
hood Call at the Real Estate ant)
Fire insurance office of
D. H. TIBRNEY,
167 BANK STREET. -
9. H. GRAY A CO 285 Norm Main
t. Funeral Undertakers, 'isle
phone day or night
LOUIS A. WALSH Architect. 61
Leavenworth st ,
C. JEROME BAILEY Architect,
Apothecaries' Hall building.
FRENEY A JACKSON Architects,
si Ltfaveuwona n. t
" f ""JV - - :
IOSEPH T. SMITH Architect, II
North Mala St
TO RENT Five rooms, first floor,
68 Vine st; 6 rooms, second floor,
60 Vine st; 4 rooms, first floor, 93
Wood st; all improvements, fine
'condition; rent low for winter. W.
R. Price. IS Willard at. 'Pnone
TO RENT Storage room, $1 and $3
per month. Inquire John Moiiarty,
over Poll's theater. 12-31-tf.
TO RENT Stores and flats In the
new block corner East Main and
Cole sts; rents reasonable. Eugene
Martin, 97 Union st . - 10-2-tf
TO RENT Tenement with all im
provements. John Morlarty, over
atranea to Foil UtaUr. A-tl-tt
V--1 And Upwards . y
EASY WEEKLY PAYMENTS.
If Ml KM tn hmiI r9 u I- ... . . . .
to pay the landlord. Um butcher or frooer, caui
to ih and whal you want prlTatly. No 4.
Java, no emhammment, no endorwr rMalrwL
o tat the money thoam day yooapp?r.
Nsmstnck, ThomsrtoB. WiterriHe, OakviUt
and Meridea applications givea
American Loan Go.
Iclephone 13C8. -188
BANK ST. E0OH 1.
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