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iWATERBUHY EVENING DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1908. Thanksgiving, We are thankful that we're living, We are thankful all tho time. We are thankful for the tea we drink, We are thankful it's not wine. We are thankful for the Stars and Stripes, And our dear old land of clover. Wo are thankful with the politicians That election day la over, . Wo are thankful to our patrons, In calico or Bilk. We are thankful to the populace Who drink our buttermilk. We are thankful for the buzzing nolso :, Our factory wheels are causing. We are thankful if they'll always run And never think of pausing. We are thankful, yes we're thankful, Just as thankful as can be. We'll be always more than thankful If you'll always drink our tea. Remember, your brain Is never your home unhappy if you always drink tea, coffee or buttermilk sold at PHELAN'S T STORE 42 East Slain St. Telephone Buy Jewelry at a Reliable Store. Make Your Purchases i;? ' at JACOBS, Everything in the jewelry line prices the lowest in the city. Special bargains in cut g'ass, china and silverware. Watch and jewelry repairing. Ralph Jacobs 61 South Main St. Piano Bargains AT 26 East Main St. Room 2, Upstairs. Tel 137-2 F. H. Lewis Co., Washburn's Gold Medal $6.50 If you'll Give My Man An Empty. PENMANSHIP. PROFESSOR HOLLEY letches every pupil to write a Pine rapid, Hsireis hand, in a course of 16 private lessons, and no failures. A!l kinds of ten sork executed in the highest de tree of art. 167 BANK STitEET. Wedding Gifts We Lave tome pretty designs in Cut l-Uss and Sterling Silver at special prices this month for Wed ding UiAd. Wedding: Rings til tl ICS OIlll MiC. I 1HE GAFFKEY JEWELRY CO.. I s . 22 SOUTH mUS STST BU. The Baker THANKSGIVING DAY. " Thursday will be the great New England holiday. The Democrat will not be issued on that day. Advertis ers please take note of this in prepar ing copy for ads. MEETINGS-TO-NIGHT. Boys club. Amity Castle, K. G. E. Uhland Staumn, No 190. E. L. Deforest council, R, No 1783. A., Toantlck, No 22, Haymakers Association. CITY NEWS. Upson, Singleton & Co, clothiers, open until noon Thanksgiving day. For special bargains In Imported and domestic liquors and wines for Thanksgiving go to Frank Brothers, corner South Main aud Union streets Christopher Riley of 44 East Lib erty street left last night on the 6:13 train for Port Jarvls, N. Y., to attend the funeral of his sister Mrs Patrick Judge. Mr and Mrs Millard A. McCoy, who were married In Bridgeport on Sun day, November 15, tendered a recep tion to some of their friends at their home, 75 Cole street, last evening. Stop, look, read! Wc are head quarters for stove and furniture re pairs; also will attend to your plumb ing, tinning and jobbing. Telephone 1259-3 or drop postal to V. T. Cor coran & Son, 202 North Main street. Alfred C. Baldwin who in the usual course of things republican, will be the next clerk of the senate, under went an operation for appendicitis at his home In Shelton yesterday. He was taken sick only a few days ago. An anniversary mass will be cel ebrated to-morrow morning at 9 o'clock at St Cecilia's church for the deceased members of Barcelona council K. of C. All friends, rela tives, and members are invited to at tend. "Nufangl" trousers fit without a wrinkle, $3 to $7, at Upson, Single ton & Co's. From the number of appeals from the . city's assessment of benefits and damages inciden tial to widening Grand street that have been filed with the court it seems that every property owner on that street has appealed. After a week's trial in the super ior court before a jury and Judge Bennett, Walter S. Atwood a fore man for the Plume & Atwood com pany lost his case for damages of $2,000 against the Connecticut Co. The case went to jury at 3:30 and in half an hour a verdict for the de fendant was reported. Fred Ryan who was arrested a few days ago on a charge of non-support of his wife and child and who afterwards turned out -to be a de serter from the 13th Infantry at Fort Leavenworth, Kan last summer was taken to Fort Slocum, N. Y., to-day In charge of Detective Keegan who identified him as a deserter. Heavy all wool blue serge suits with two knickerbocker pants $6.50 at Upson, Singleton & Co's. It Is expected that several New York authors and playwrights will come to this city to witness Harry Durant's new play "A Man and His Mate" which will be at Poli's to morrow afternoon and evening with Hilda Spong in the leading role. Among those expected to be present are Rex Beach, Paul Armstrong and Eugene Walter. James Madden, who left for tho Adirondacks about ten days ago, has returned home. Mr Madden did not like the place where he went and was troubled greatly with homesick ness. He is not likely to resume work at the Leavenworth street fire house but will take an extended rest. He will stay in this city for the time be ing but later may go west. A birthday party was held at the home of Miss Mary Healey of 41 Sylvan avenue last evening. Piano duets were played by the Misses An na Doolan and Sadie McGrath and vocal selections were rendered by Thomas Egan, Wilfred Jarvis and Amil Despin. Miss Healey received many presents. Piano selections were also rendered by the Misses Nellie Creem and Katie Ferris. Man dolin selections were rendered by Miss Julia Galvin. The party broke up at a late hour before which re freshments were served. Justice James M. Lynch heard a case yesterday. The Waterbury Awning Co. which is Mrs Mary T. Jones, last summer placed some awnings on Mrs Pauline Meerlander's house at 453 North Willow street. A bill for $33 was accordingly sent to Mrs Meer- lander. She refused to pay, insisting that she knew nothing about the awnings, except that they were or dered by her daughter, Mrs Grant, as a present. Mrs Grant, it seems, know nothing about the matter either. The house on which the awnings were hung is owned by the defendant and the plaintiff alleges Mrs Meerlander knew all about the matter when the awnings were hung. Top oft your Thanksgiving outfit with a U. S. &Co "Gold Bond'' $2 hat. Donations to the day nursery on Kingsbury street for the past four months consist of the following: Busy Girls' club, eleven aprons for chil dren; Mr Hewitt, melons; Mr Dues ler, watermelons; Mrs Charles Bene dict, two express wagons and wheel barrow; Mrs Hill, load of sand; Mrs Frisble, large swing; Mrs Stahl, sev eral boxes crackers; Mrs John Goss, children's shoes and dresses; Mrs Kellogg, flowers, four small quilts; Mr Hewitt, watermelon; Mrs E. O. Goss, four cups marmalade for chil dren; Mrs Daly, baby carriage; Davis &. Nye, two books; Mrs Ronialn, two baskets vegetables; Mrs Wilcox, go cart; Reid & Hughes, quantity hats; Mrs Kellogg, children's clothing; Mrs Pomeroy, six blankets for nursery; Mrs C. S. Northrop, cape; William Elliott or Northfield, two baskets vegetables; Dr Munger. box shoes; annonrmous. $5; Mrs Hill, quantity old linen; Mrs Bristol, baby sacks snd shirts: Grace Leet, women s clothing: Mrs Edwin Hunt, children's clothing; Cornelius Tracy, barrel of apples; Mrs Patchen, clothing: Mrs jlahoney, large box of soda crackers. . THE CITY COURT. The Cavanaugh Case Goes Over Until Next Monday. In the city court to-day the case against John Cavanaugh for attempt ing to murder Mrs Edith French was postponed to next Monday morning There is no appreciable change In the condition of the wounded woman. John Healey was fined $5 and costs for intoxication, and a printer named Charles O Brlen was given the alter native of leaving town before mora Ing or going to jail for thirty days , Jacob Metersky charged with ob taining $100 on a confederate bill for that amount, pleaded not guilty. He was arrested yesterday. in New Haven by Detective Colesanto who was accompanied to the Elm city by Metersky's brother-in-law, Isaac Sea Belnian, the one who actually obtain ed the money. Seaselman bought a ten cent collar at Harry Johnson's store on Grand street a week ago and asked him it he would change a $100 bill. Johnson said he would where upon Sesselman withdrew and In a few minutes returned with the bill and was given the money. A num ber of Johnson's friends gathered around to see the bill, remarking that it was a long time since they had seen one so large. When Johnson took the bill with his other money Monday morning to the bank, the clerks there laughed at him and threw some light into his mind. Sesselman's arrest followed. The case was adjourned from day to day to give Sesselman time to land his brother-in-law, Me tersky, who gave him the confederate bill. Hearing Metersky was to be In New Haven yesterday Sesselman and Colesanto went there and saw him near the postofflce. He was taken into custody and on being searched $43 and a ticket from the old coun try were found on him. He explain ed that he bought the ticket with some of the money obtained on the confederate bill, and he was willing to make good to Johnson. The ticket was to bring his wife over. Meter sky's defense was that he found the bill on Chapel street, New Haven, and preferred to have it changed In Waterbury so that his friends would not know he had so much money. Sesselman said he was glad to see a $100 bill for it was the first one of that size he ever saw. The highest denomination he ever saw before that was a $10 bill. He had only been a few years in the country. Metersky was fined $30 and costs and commit ted to jail for three months. Bargains. Real Thanksgiving BARGAINS. Don't sacrifice your health by drink ing stagnant water when you can buy the choicest wines and liquors of us at a very reasonable price. Quart Gal. Fine Old Rum ...... 50c $2.00 Fine Old Brandy .... 50c $2.00 Fine Old Gin 50c $2.00 Fine Old Applejack , . 50c $2.00 Fine Old Whiskey . . . 50c. $2.00 Fine Old Port 50c $2.00 Fine Old Sherry 50c $2.00 California Wines 25c $1.00 FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION "French's Golden Wedding" "Mount Vernon Rye," "Sherwood Rye" and "Old Pepper." The four best Whiskies made. We sell them at popular prices. JOHN J. SHEEHAN WAREHOUSE 223 South Main St. Telephone 249-3. WATERBURY. Tea 24c lb. Do you use it ? If not try a pound. DIRECT IMPORTING CO. 151 Bank St Up One Flight Time For Cold Catching. Fall time is cough time look out ! Don't be caught with out rubbers and gaiters. Don't put off purchasing Fall Shoes. Our stock is complete and open to your inspection. We make spedal mention of Ladies' Gun Metal, Button and Blucher Shoes at $3.00. E.J. FINN, 25 Exchange Place. Thanksgiving Hatwear. Seasonable goods, attractive prices, abundant variety are tho points that make our store the busiest Millinery Establishment in the city, and we are always able to take care of more. I. CHASE & SON. TiieMiiler&PecKGo Special Prices lor Wednesday Night and 1 hursday Forenoon Store Closes at Noon Thanksgiving Day. AT $9.98 Ladies' suits, no two alike, were $15 and $20. AT $1.98 50 more of those chil dren's coats, value $3. AT $1.69 Ladies' Panama cloth skirts, value $2.50. AT $1 49 Ladles' net waists, silk lined, were $2. AT 98c Ladies' 26 inch umbrellas, ribbon edge gloria, fancy and nat ural wood handles, value $1.25. AT 75c Best quality crepe de Chine all colors, value $1. AT 69c 50 inch all wool herring bon suitings, value 89c. AT $1.98 Children's sample knee pant suits, ages 3 to 8, value $3. AT $2.49 Children's and , boys' novelty suits and D. B. knee pant suits, value $3.98. AT 19c Ladies' free fashioned fastj black hose, from 25c. AT 17c Children's natural meomo vests and panls, from 25c to 39c. AT $1 Elbow length silk gloves, from $1.49. AT 10c No 40 taffeta ribbon, from 15c. AT 15c Veilings, from 25c. AT 39c Ladies, Persian belts, from 50c. AT 6c Yard wide percales, from 8 l-3c. AT 10c Fancy white waistings, from 12 c. AT 10c Children's felt hats In blue and brown, value 50c. AT $1.75 Children's broadcloth coats, braid trimmed, value $2.25. AT $6.49 Children's caracuel coats in all sizes, value $7.98. AT 20c Opaque mounted shades, from 25c. AT $5 Extra large mohair robes, from $5.98. 20 lbs Gran Sugar $1.00 with your grocery order of 1.50 Mi Hit Co. Total $2.50 (Flour and Potatoes , excepted.) OUR GRAND DISPLAY OF Thanksgiving Poultry IS NOW ON. WE ARE OPEN TO-NIGHT. 3000 Turkeys n ui oocu uui x ij uiuuiu J. ai LL1 , will IO 1 CaUj IUI fUU Q TTJ J ; rr t- I 4. i . m -n i r D weuueaueiy uiuruiug. i nis block is composed or f ancy, J at, lOUng Birds, and will delight the most particular. Have a , ' Fresh Killed Turkey at 25c to 28c pound. Our York State Stock Looks very nice also and the price is low. 18c to 23c THE LEADERS FOR QUALITY AND FAIR PRICES. TELEPHONE 937. 68. 70. 72 EAST MAIN ST. Notice to Advertisers : The DEMOCRAT is supplied weekly with hundreds of Cots which may be used for Newspaper or Job Printing work. These cats are suitable for a'l fines of trade, rach as dotting-, Ftanfebinp of all loads for Ladies and Gentlemen ; Fnaifure, KiHnery, Shoes, Hardware, Pianos, Red Estate, Florists tad nmy ether lines of basin ess. The Democrat. allows whtt6ttn to roe these cots Free. Ask to see proof sheets. "CARVE DAT POSSUM" Says the Nep Song, But it is heartbreaking work carv ing anything with a poor knife, and it is an utterly foolish irritation. We are showing the most complete assortment of Carvers in the state. Every set a beauty and fully war ranted, at prices that are right. ' Glad to show you. Hamilton Hardware Corp. dO-4 Bank St. Waterbury's Up to Date Hardware Store. Manufacturers National Bank General Banking, American Express Orders, Safe Deposit Boxes, , Foreign Drafts. The Child-Heron Law Corporation Credit Ratings, Accounts Collected. 70 North Main Street, Waterbury, 152 Chape', 136 Fairfield, New Haven. Bridgeport HARTFORD, 004 MAIN ST. Bonds 6c Stocks Local investments a specialty. HOLMES & BULL Successors to C. L. HOLMES & CO. Holmes Building Grand Street THE KINGSBURY 150 Rooms, with Bath, $1.00. 40 Large Rooms, with Bath, $1.50. Central Location Modern Improvements. JAMES F. WILLIAMS, Manager, Center Street, Waterbury, Conn. Our 27c Butter, the popular . Elgin Brand, 4 lbs for $1. Established 1840 ; Waterburv'i Oldest and Most Complete Outfitters to Men and Boys, .HiKh Class Tailoring:, RiehtlvMade Clothin. Furnishinsrs. Hats and Shoes. ' Wednesday Evening, Our store will be open as late as customers need our services. There is so many articles that you will want for yourself and for your boys for to morrow, Thursday, is Thanksgiving. Every article that you require from hats to shoes can be found in this store and you will find that we give better values vfor the same money asked than you will find elsewhere. Try it and you will be convinced that our "Rightly-made" Goods . are the kind to wear. '.' J. B. Mullings & Son, Bank and South Main Street. Street to Street. Waterbury, Conn. MBCT Tr HEADQUARTERS FOR Reliable floiisc Furnishings ai Reasonable Prices Remember that Price alone is a poor guide and it Is always wise to ex amine. QUALITY. We invito you to visit us and examine our lines of Fl'RXlTl'RK, CAR PETS, CROCKERV, STOVES, RANGES, LAMPS, PICTURES, Etc, Etc. BOSTON FURNITURE CO., South Main, Scovill and BrooX Streets.. , Largest and Oldest House Furnishing Establishment in Waterbury. - "PUT MONEY IN THE PURSE" BY TRADING " HERE. For Thanksgiving Day We suggest one of our Carving Sets or Savory Roasters. Our line cannot be duplicated In the city for also Universal Bread Makers, Food a point of visiting our store. We invite comparison of our line and prices. Telephone 360 or 361 and our team will deliver at once. Hotchkiss & Templeton, Inc. Miss Loretto C. Mahoney Graduate of Notre Dame Convent, TEACHER OF PIANO '' Certificated PupD and Assistant of s PROF. JULIUS BAIER Will Resume Teaching Sept 10. STUDIO 256 SOUTH MAIN ST. , Telephone 671. Thanksgiving Turkeys 4.500 Native Turkeys that will be sure to suit you, weigh ing from 6 to 20 pounds each. Native Turkeys per lb 23-28c Fresh Killed Chickens : I6-20c Fresh Pork Loins per lb 12c Fresh Shoblders per lb 09c Oranges, celery, cranberries, mixed nuts, etc ! Frank Kiely, Mgr. . ME selection, quality and price. We have Choppers and Coffee Percolators. Make EVERYTHING FOR THE HUNTER Guns, Rifles, Ammunition, Coats, Pants, Hats, Vests and Belts. Everything in Sporting Goods . , AT The D. B. WILSON Co. 13. 15. 17. EAST MATS ST. Clock and Watch Repairing at short notice. All work guaranteed. Prices reasonable. F. P. BECTON, 25 East Main St With J. H Deverm &; Co. j E W E L R Y J E W E L R Y DODGE CROWDS! A man who knows nothing of SHOPPING human nature says that, "Oh, people fight shy of crowds!" Do they? How about a department tore, lately opened? How about a. certain restaurant of which I know where quarters are limited. In all cases where you see crowds, people either are getting good values or IMAGINE they are. If it is IM AGINATION the crowds vanish as quickly as they come. Dodg, crowds have been Increasing for II years. Of the S weeks In November. th 2nd. Tag day and rain, was poor. The 1st and 3rd record breakers. H. G. Dodge & Co. 14-SI S. kLAIN. : .'fHONX llt-a.