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tVATEUBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT. TIIUHSDAY, DKCEMHHIt 31. 1908.
GRIEVE. Bl
SET,
38-40 Batik' Street, Tel 583
Wattrbury's Busy Corner Store.
A Big Reduction on
Women's Faney Waists
We've about 30 sample Waists of the most beautiful
styles that we shall
PUT ON SALE SATURDAY MORNING
.iey are the season's most exquisite waist crea
tio of the finest of lawn, silk and net laces and each
pf'Sesses an individtfaly of style as there are no two
alike.. Some of them are just a trifle mussed from
handling, but nothing to mar their beauty, sizes run
i to 40.
THEY WILIi BE !mOLD AT F ROM OXK-THIR1) TO ONE-HALF
OFF THKIR REGULAK PRICES A
BARGAINS OF THE 'FIRST TYPE.
HANDSOME WHiTK LAWN
"WAISTS Most beautifully trimmed
with the finest of lare and insertion,
length sleeve. M aists that sold
for $5.98 to $10.0( each. Pick from
the lot on Saturdav for $4.95 each.
WHITE I.WVV WAISTS That
sold for S3.PK. lade of very sheer
lawn; front trimmed with panel of
heavy embroidery; button back;
length sleeve. On sale Saturday for
92.98 each. '
WOMEN'S SILK WAISTS In
blue, blak brown, green, garnet and
In black. .1 white checks. Made
with the nejv mosquetaire sleevs or
length, jsieeve; button back or
GRIEVE, BIS SET d HOLLAND
DENTIST.
Room 41 Buckingham Building. Open Evenings.
Business Men Demand and
on-
jefmm
Furnishes, Competent Office Help.
Start the New Year aright by taking a complete Business Course.
There is Always Work for Those Who Know How.
Mid-Winter Term Begins January 4, 1009.
H. C. POST. PRINCIPAL. 108 BANK STREET.
JJt, JP JP T T I
i We Challenge
1 Low
Competition is Our Best Friend.
Our Inventory Sale is now going on. Furniture Shoppers,
this is your opportunity to save money at our expense. The gen
eral depression in business left our big store crowded to the roof
with new and artistic furniture. Contemplating our usual win
ter business, we contracted for more goods than we are able
to take care of at the present on account, of our overstocked
condition. This simply m?ns that we must dispose of the stock
now on band to make room for the goods now enroute, otherwise
we would be obliged to hire store houses at enormous rents.
Rather than have this evtra expense and pay this excessive rent,
we give the public this opportunity to save a dollar instead of
ns paying it to landlords. Our advice to you is to look every
where and then look here. You will then be honestly convinced
that we produce the farts as represented. It is no trouble to
show goods, whether you purchase or not. Kind and courteous
salesmen to wait upon you when you call. Become a member
ot the satisfied customers club by visiting the big store with
the little prices.
I Benson Furniture Co. Inc.
Jj 188-190 South Main, . 38-40 Grand Street. &
COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS J
1 Two Entrances. From Street to Street. &
Waterbury, Connectcut. i&
1 PAINTING and PAPERHANGING
is our old trade we vattsfy everyone in work
and price. We furnish piper, border and
labor complete for $2 59 per room and up.
Mike oo mistake but come to my place : tail
or in ume business next door. We are not
tailors, but paperttangers.
DAVID OOLDBCKO,
a Abbott ATenc. 'Phone 1JT3 8. Open Rrgl
THE OARVILLE COMPANY
Manufacturer of Wire and Metal Goods.
P. O., Freight and Express Address. Oak
ville. Cono. Telegraph Address. Water
hury. Coan. New YTk Office. 48
Howard Street.
Try a Democrat want.
& HOLLAND
ND EVERY OXE OF THEM ARE
front; trimmed with silk braid and
fancy small buttons: others with
yoke' of pin tucks. $5.00 and $5.98
waists for $3.98.
$6.50 and" $7.00 Waists for $5.00
each.
WOMEN'S XET AND ORIENTAL
LACE WAISTS In cream and ecru
shades; some trimmed with inser
tion of lace; others piped with deli
cate colors and trimmed with per
sion trimming, high collar, long or
short sleeve. Waists that sell for
$6.50 and $8.89. Your choice of
them Saturday for $4.95 each.
Come early Saturday morning and
gel fast pick.
Fa; Well for What tie
"E V v v T v "P" v v
the World in I
Prices.
THE LEI CONSTRUCTION CO. Inc.
(Branch of Fred T. Ley Co, Inc. of
Springfield. Mass.)
GENERAL CONTRACTORS.
Controllers of the Bone System of
Reinforced Concrete Retaining Walls
and the Reinforced Linen Arch in
New England.
ROOM 6, MILLINGS BUILDING,
95 Rank St. 'Phone 2135-4.
G. B. Hall. Gen Mgr and Engineer.
COSTUMING AND
Theatrical Supply Department.
Everything needed for Theatrical
! or masquerade parties. Beards,
I Costumes, Wigs, etc.
A. . DIVIS CO,
Tbe Tailor. 142 South Main St.
Fur Repairing of all Kinds.
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NALGATUCi. NUGGETS
We wish you a happy and prosper
ous New Year. I'pson, Singleton & Co.
Work was resumed to-day In the
grinding rooms of the Phoenix shop
and the G. M. R. Shoe Co's factories.
The boot and shoemakers will rename
work on Monday.
In the iirobate court Judge Mc
Donough appointed William It. Cur
tins executor of the estate of the late
Nora 11. Curtlss. The will of the de
ceased was approved.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the National bank will bo
held at their banking house on Tues
day, January 12, at 10 a. m., for the
election ot directors for the ensuing
year.
Word has been reecived from Dis
trict Deputy Grand Master Colin K.
Wilson of Waterbury that he will be
present next Monday evening to in
stall the officers of Centennial lodge,
I. O. O. F. All Odd Fellows are in
vited. At the Swedish Congregational
church to-night a meeting of the
Young People's society will be held
at 8 o'clock and from 10 o'clock un
til midnight a watch night service
will be held. There will be appro
priate exercises and the pastor, the
Rev G. A. Anderson, will deliver a
brief address.
The watch night exercises at the
Salem Lutheran church will begin
to-night at 9 o'clock in the church
basement. The programme will in
clude vocal and instrumental music
and recitations, coffee will be served.
At midnight the church bell will
ring out a welcome to the new year
and those assembled in the basement
will adjourn to the church upstairs
where a devotional service will be
held. It will be conducted by the
pastor, the Rev Dr E. A. Zetterstrand
who will preach a brief sermon.
At the Methodist church this even
ing at 9 o'clock the watch night ser
vice will begin. The programme will
include vocal solos, duets and quar
tettes and there will also be recita
tions. An organ voluntary will be
rendered by Organist Leon A. French.
An address on "Christian Fellow
ship" will be delivered by the Rev
G. A. Anderson, pastor of the Swed
ish Congregational church and the
Rev William Strickland Harper, pas
tor of the Methodist church and sev
eral of the members will also speak.
The funeral of Michael Martin
took place yesterday at St Francis's
church where a requiem high mass
was celebrated by the Rev Father
Fitzgerald. The interment was in St
James's cemetery. The bearers were
Mishael Walsh, Thomas Foy, Wil
liam H. McCarthy, Patrick McKeon,
Pierce E. Freeman and Thomas
Hughes. Among the out of town
people who attended the funeral
were Mrs Connors and family, Mrs
Johnson, John Burgess and family.
Miss Ward and Miss Doran, all of
Waterbury.
The leap year reception given by
the D. J. IT. Girls Tuesday evening
in Pythian hall was a big social suc
cess. Music was furnished by
Geary's orchestra and the catering
by Samuel Hoskin. Among those
present from out of town were Eu
gene Donovan, Thomas Reilly,
George Whalen, Frank Day, Thomas
Egan, Eugene Lynch, John Kelly,
Eugene O'Neill, Dennis Carey, Frank
Flavin. James Preston, James Deg
nan, John Kenerney, Andrew Stauf
fer, Joseph Maroney, Thomas Ryan,
James McCoy, William Kelly, James
Lord, Peter Flanagan, Richard Gal
vin. Burt Nichols, Richard Lawson,
Burt Galvin, Richard Fruin, Charles
LafRn, Fred Brothers, Paul Egan.
Eddie McGrath. Henry Dillon, James
Commerford. A. Hennessey, Mr
Cooke, Mr Burns. Mr Adams, Mr
Dunn, all from Waterbury; Eddie
Lynch. John Bohman. Henry Boh
man, Daniel Duane, Henry Cribbs,
Fred Walters, William Jenkins, John
Glendon. from Ansonia. The ar
rangement committee consisted of
Catherine Shea, Mamie Hogan, Reba
Miller.
WATERT0WN JOTTINGS
All the public schools will reopen
on Monday, January 4.
Miss Sarah Hamilton is visiting
with friends in Torrington.
Mr and Mrs Thomas Britton are
spending a few days in New York.
We wish you a happy and prosper
ous New Year. Upson, Singleton & Co.
Miss Lillian Peerum is vlsitine
I with Miss Louise Baldwin of the east
side.
A large crowd is expected to at
tend the dance in the town hall this
evening.
Elliot Griffin is visiting with his
parents, Mr and Mrs James Griffin of
Cutler street.
The Oakville Pin factory will
( lose for inventory Friday and Sat
urday, January 1 and 2.
The regular meeting of the Wa
tertown grange will be held in the
Pythian hall on January 1 at 8
o'clock p. m.
The Torrington Brotherhood A. C.
basketball team will play the K. O.
K. A. first team in the town hall to
morrow evening at 8:15 o'clock.
OAKVILLE HAPPENINGS
We wish you a happy and prosper
ous New Year. Upson. Singleton & Co.
The Pin shop will be closed to
morrow and Saturday to permit
needed repairs being made.
The Hanky Panky club of this
place will give a dance at the Wa
tertown town hall this evening.
Walter Place .secretary of the Oak
ville Pin shop, sailed this morning
from New York for an extended trip
of a business nature to England.
The schools In the Watertown dis
trict will reopen for the next term
Monday, January 4, and the New
ton Heights school will reopen on
Tuesday, January 5.
An ice polo team has been formed
herer Contests with Waterbury
fives will be arranged and a trip
will be taken to Winsted to meet a
team of that place. The captain of
the team is Alfred ChampUih and
other players are Edward Kennedy.
Arthur Hoxie. John Egan. Albert Al
phonse and August Slonsoa.
WATERYILLE
We wish you n huppy utul prosper
ous New Year. I'pson, Singleton &. Co.
The Itowbotlom Marhluo Co will
be In opuration to-morrow as the
help were given Christ tnus Uuy off.
Louis Taylor huu resigned his po
sition at. the Waiervillo house and
has uccepted a posit Ion at Mudlgan's
grocery store.
Frank Cookson bus rrturnod to
his homo In PlltHlleld, Mass, after
spending Christinas with his parents,
Mr and Mrs John C. Cookson of Ter
race liven tie.
Michael Flaherty, who formerly
was a conductor on the Wutorvllle
line, but who now is engaged by
the Adams Express Co, at New
York, is the guest of his parents for
five days.
Miss Florence Harlow, daughter
of Mr and Mrs John Barlow of Pat
terson Court, was married on Mon
day at the South Methodist, church,
by the pastor, the Rev W. K. Smith,
of Clifford J. Corcoran of Slmons
ville. Some shops will be closed all day
and most of the stores will be closed
at noon to-morrow. Tho Berbeeker
& Rowland plant, and the Welch
Hosiery Co will suspend work on
Friday and Saturday, and two of
the shops have already shut down
for ten days.
Ths annual reception and ball of
the St Michael's drum corps will be
held this evening. Tho members
will appear in their new uniforms,
which are of the latest pattern, for
the first lime. There will be repre
sentatives of all the drum corps of
this section in attendance. Music
will be furnished by Galipeau's or
chestra. The Waterville Engine' Co and
nearly 100 of its friends enjoyed an
attractive and varied programme at
the smoker given by the company
Tuesday evening. Among the feat
ures that were carried out were
fancy bag punching by William
Moore, club swinging by W. R. Kirk,
buck and wing dancing by Thomas
Smith and William Jones, vocal se
lections by John Mallery and tum
bling by Joseph McCambo and Louis
Dunphy. Several games of forty-five
were played.
THAW IN PLOT TO ESCAPE.
One of the Seven Patients Gets Scar
ed and Gives Alarm.
Newburg. N. Y., Dec. 31 By the
weakening of one of the men concern
ed In a plot by which seven of the pa
tients of one of the wards in Mat
teawan State Hospital For the Crimi
nal Insane were to escape from the
institution it became known that Har
ry K. Thaw was one of the plotters.
Superintendent Robert B. Lamb of
the institution was able to block the-
proposed escape through the story told
him by Martin Weinlioltz. The ineauil
by which Thaw and the six others,
who were all located in one of the
south wards of the building, were to
get clear from the hospital was
through aid furnished them by one of
the asylum attendants.
Weinlioltz told the superintendent
that the attendant had furnished flies
and saws to the seven patients and had
himself concealed a blackjack and a
revolver in his room.
A search of the room corroborated
the story, but the attendant denied
knowledge of the matter. He was dis
charged. JUDGE GAYN0R DISOWNS SON
Appellate Justice Unable to Conceal
Chagrin at Elopement.
New York. Dee. 31. ''He is no son
of mine." said Justice William J. Gay
nnr of the appellate division today
when asked for details of his son Ru
pert's marriage to Miss May Queen of
Boston.
The justice was unable to control his
emotion as he spoke. His lip trembled,
and his hands shook.
Young tJaynor is twenty-one years
of age and was a student at Amherst
when be met Miss Queen. They left
Boston secretly and were married in
Chicago. Immediately after the cere
mony they left for San Francisco,
where Mrs. Gay nor secured n place
with a musical comedy company.
The Evening Democrat and the
Cosmopolitan Magazine for 42 cents
a month. All that is necessary is to
pay your subscription in advance.
I . i irr ft-fii
.. -
ill It' '1'
$24 to $75.
14-4-148 S. Mam
Yellow Front.
TO SEE NEW YEAR ,
Twelve Thousand of Them As
sembled In Chicago.
Chicago, Dec 31.-In the CollReum
here tonight l-'.OOO Christian workers
will nwalt with hymn nud prayers
the coming of Hie new year. It will
be n gigantic old fashioned "watch
night" service, participated In by evan
gelists from all parts of America.
Tonight's service will be the closing
scene of n three days' revival held un
der the auspice of the Moody Bible
Institute of this city. Among the men
who are attending the services are tho
following:
Dr. J 4. W. Munhtill of Gerinantown,
Pa., n distinguished Methodist evangel
ist, who has been engaged to conduct
evangelistic meetings in the Panama
canal zone; Dr. William K. Blederwolf,
Momieello. Ind who Is just conclud
ing n ro x innwus campaign in ixiimi,
assisted by thirty evangelists; William
Phillips Hall. New York, president of
the American Tract society and of the
American Bible league; Mrs. J. Ellen
Foster. Washington, who has recently
conducted special investigations of
child labor and prison conditions for
President Roosevelt; Dr. A. B. Simp
son, founder of the Christum Mission
ary alliance.
LINCOLN'S AID DIES.
Major Maclay Helped to Carry Presi
dent From Theater After Shooting.
Yonkers, N. Y., Dee. 31. Major Isaac
W. Maclay, a retired army officer who
helped to carry President Lincoln from
Ford's theater In Washington after
the president had been shot down by
John Wilkes Booth on the night of
April 14, 1803, Is dead at his home
here.
Major Maclay after bis retirement
from the army In 1873, devoted him
self for years to the profession of civil
engineering, particularly in connection
with the work of laying out large sec
tions of upper New York city contain
ing the largest of the city's parks.
KILLED BY JAIL SENTENCE.
Convicted State Treasurer of Pennsyl
vania Succumbs.
Media, Pa., Dec. 31. Physicians de
clare that William L. Mathnes. former
state treasurer of Pennsylvania, who
died suddenly at his home here, suc
cumbed to a broken heart following
his tribulations In the Harrisburg Cap
itol graft cases and his recent sentence
of two years in the penitentiary.
For many years William L. Mathues
was recognized as one of the political
leaders of Pennsylvania, and his pow
er in Delaware county politics was
supreme until the expose of the capi
tol frauds by his successor as state
treasurer, William II. Berry.
Live Stock Markets.
CATTLK Supply,llght: market steady;
choice, J6.50a6.75; prime, Jti.20a6.4O;, veal
calves. $9a9.B0.
HOGS Receipts f atr ;
prima heavies, tfi.10afi.15;
heavy Yorkers. $fi; light
market lower;
mediums, t't.06;
Yorkers, $,i.85a
5.90; pigs. $5.50: roughs. $4.50a5.50.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Supply fair;
market steady; prime wethers, $4.75a5;
culls and common, 2a2.50; lambs, $5a".l5.
General Markets.
New York, Dec. 30.
BUTTER Very firm; receipts, 4.678
packages; creamery, specials, 33Vic. (offi
cial 33c); extras, Xa33e. ; thirds to firsts,
24a31c. : held, common to special, 23a30e. ;
state dairy, common to special, 21a30c;
process, common to special. lSa25c. ; west
ern, factory, 18a2L'c. ; Imitation creamery,
22a24c.
CHEESE Receipts, 1.662 boxes; state,
full cream, specials, 14',4ala4c ; Septem
ber, colored or white, fancy, 14c. ; October,
best, 13Vc; late made, best, 13c; common
to prime. ll'iairiC ; skims, full to spe
cials. i'Viallc.
EGGS Firmer; receipts, 5.507 cases;
state. Pennsylvania and nearby, fancy,
selected, white, 4Sa50c. ; fair to choice,
35a37c. ; brown and mixed, fancy, 33a35c;
fair to choice. 30a32c; western, firsts, 31c;
seconds, 30a306c.
LIVE POULTRY Firmer; chickens.
12c; fowls, t'.ic; old roosters. 9V;C. ;
turkeys, lRc; ducks, 13al4c; geese, 10a
JUic
DRESSED POULTRY Firm; turkeys,
nearby, 27c; western, fancy, 24c; poor to
good, 16a23c. ; spring chickens, broilers,
nearby, 18a2c. ; western, 16al9c; roasting,
nearby, 18a22c. ; western, 15al6c; fowls,
boxes, IjlaHVic; barrels, llHal3He.; old
roosters, 9'jalOc. ; ducks, western, llalfic;
gepse, nearby, loal6c. ; western, 9al3c;
squabs, white, per dozen, 1.50a4.50. j
HOUSEHOLD
'"!viv' - ' '
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MORIARTYS,
UNDERTAKERS.
ON THE GROUND FLOOR
(Next to Poll's Entrance)
M ho can s to ta.k about the I ndcrlaUIng business? We tlo not
like to talk about It ourselves. Hut It Is a subject which" every
family is forcibly reminded of occasionally. It Is no Important that
life insurance is the largest business in Hie world.
Waterbury averages 1.10O deaths yearly and our name has been
connected with the I'ndcrlaklng business for more than a quarter
of a century In this city.
Our aim is toasuit the people in price and quality, coupled with
kind and considerate treatment. Our telephone calls arc 307 and
834, and we are always at your service, or ring night bell at store
door
Joseph C. Marty William C. Iriarty.
We carry tho latest designs in Habits, Shrouds and Robes.
BIG AERIAL SYNDICATE.
Fifty Million Dollar Corporation : to
Build Airahipa 700 Feet Long.
New York. Dec. 31. Announcement
Is made of the proposed organization
of the Aerial Navigation Company of
Americn, with principal office in New
York city and a capital of .r0,000,000.
Thurlow Weed Barnes is to be pres
ident of the tympany, and Lewis Nix
on Is to serve as chief engineer and
superintendent of construction.
The company proposes to build air
ships 700 feet or more in length with
a diameter of about eighty feet, with
accommodations for at least a hundred
people.
VANDERLIP TO BE CHOSEN.
Will Succeed Stillman as Head of Na
tional City Bank.
New York, Dec. 31. Frank A. Yan
derlip is to be elected president of the
National City bank at the annual meet
ing ou Jan. 12.
Mr. Vnnderllp has been the acting
head of the bank since the departure
of James Stillman for Europe nearly a
year ago.
The combined capital and surplus of
the National City bank is $50.0)0.0t0,
making it the largest bank in the coun
try. Its deposits amount to $197,000,
000 and to.ms about $195,000,000.
BIG PHILADELPHIA BLAZE.
Fire In Wool Warehouse In Center of
Wholesale District Today.
Philadelphia, Dee. 31. Fire was dis
covered today in the big wool ware
house of Fred Wolstenholin and How
ard Boyer & Son. in the center of the
downtown wholesale district.
The flames made rapid progress, and
the building is a muss of flames. A
general alarm has been turned in.
The
ORANGESvA27c
NOBLE'S POPCORN .
SEEDED 11AISINS ..
SELECTED CELERY
MIXED NITS
EXTRA FANCY CAPE COD CRANBERRIES . . .13c qt, 2 for 25c
HOME MADE BREAD fresh morning and afternoon. ...
i
The White-Simmons Co.,
190 Grand St. Phone 710. Wholesale and Retail.
RANGES
To the woman who does not think for herself, "A
Range is a Range." Because she was once stung with a
cheap scap iron product she continues to pay the coal
man. The woman who does think knows that House
hold ranges are in a class by themselves economical
in fuel consumption, and absolutely the Best Baking
Range on the market.
Eight day, half hour strike,
alarm Clock with every
RANGE.
A IyxTH IT Tt? W
aT II Wn I I
Natural looking sets of tectb that
have enlarged suction, for the same
price that one pays for 111-flttlng,
everybody-knows ghastly substitutes.
All of our sets are contoured to give
the natural and best look to the fate.
Any ideas of patients cheerfully ro
spected. Unsatisfactory sets many
times can'be remodeled at small cost.
Best Dental Co.,
Over Manufacturers Bank,-
65 Bank St.
Fyes examined free. Difficult
cases solicited.
SPECIAL 10 karat gold- filled
Glasses worth $3 our price $1. .'
See us to-day.
The Best Optical Co.
18 ABBOTT AVE. WATERBURY.
Find a tenant lor that ticui ten
ement by placing a 85-cent ad? is
the l.'mocrC
White-Simmons Co.
DOZ
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