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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 3, 1002.
Curran Dgjpofls Co. 'THVRSDAt As usual, is our regular , ' largaln Day This list is composed of the most unusual .kind of values for Thursdaythis is why we call it Bargain Day.. On ac count of the many new goods coming in every; department, to-morrow's list is most . at tractive. As .for example : , ; f rr.r. nn-inr-h "Hln-ek Cheviot, all- wool, note the width, ' " 50c yard' Antberea, the. new lining silk, ev- 11 rnlnra. 59c yard A lot of India Silks in sojld colors, ; were 50c, to-morrow ic yard ,Kotfular.-,n.OO.- Black Peau , de- Soie and Satin Duchess, Thurs day, 09c yard DOMESTICS. 1 case 11-4 Fleece Blankets, regu lar price Jfi.zo, io-nigui ami Thursday,' I 98c 20 'pieces best yard wide Un bleached Muslin, "regular price , Sc. to-night and Thursday, Oc 5 pieces Cream Wool Baby Flan nel, regular price 23c, to-night and Thursday, . ' 21c CO pieces Best Indigo Blue Call- coea, regular price ' 6c, to-night and Thursday, , , , ... 50 dozen Fringed Tray Cloths, reg ' " ' ular price' 19c, to-night and ' Thursday, ' ' 10c 1 case, Remnants of Light and i Dark Outing Flannel regular ! price Uc. to-night and " Thurs- ' ' day, V A1..- 0c 20 pieces "White Crossbar Muslin, worth 8c, to-night and1 Thura day, ' ' ' : ' . . Gc 10 pieces G4-lnch Bleached Dam ask, regular price 50c, to-night and Thursday, 30c 1!0 "dozen. ..Flannelette. Skirt Tat-, terns, regular price 23c, to-night and Thursday, 10c CO dozen large size Huck Towels. regular price 12o, fo-night" and , Thursday, 3 for 23c 1 case large size Crochet Bed spreads, regular price $1.00, to- . night and Thursday, . 854 10 dozen Hemstitched. Damask Tray, Cloths; regular price 25c, ' to-nisrht and Thursday. - 10c NOTIONS AND SMALL WARES. Lightweight. Dress Shields, ; 15c ; , . miality. bargain day, , ' i9c Writing Paper, good quality, per. box, bargain day. Children's SchooL Pads, large size, bitrgain day. : ' " ' ' ,'' ' ' Cloth Covered Corset Steels, bar gain1 day, COO-ya'rd Spool Basting Cotton, bargain day, '- '. Mourning Pins, bargain day, 3 box es for - . ; Pencil Erasers, bargain day. 9C 4c 8c 5c Be lc lc Lead Pencils, bargain day. Florida Water, regular price 10c, bargain . day;;; .--v.- Perfumed Ammonia, value 25c,v bargain day, . j s' :'. " ' 15c HANDKERCHIEFS. Chijiren'jn CoIoied Border Hand kerchiefs, special for bargain day, Sq Ladles'! Pure Linen Hemstitched -.-y, Handkerchiefs, 13c kind, : bar- . s gain day, '10tf Ladles' Hemstitched Handker- , chiefs. 3 different widths hems, -special for bargain day, 4 for 23c NECKWEAR. Ladles' Fancy Lace Ties, pretty styles, regular price G9c, bar- gain day. . . - - - . ; 49c Ladies' Crepe de Chine Ties, white, . black and colors, special for bargain day, . h "'.'." S0c Ladies' Liberty Silk Boas, new Je- ' signs, l former price ?1.50 and ?1.75, special for bargain day, $1.25 .' . LACES. : '.. " Valenciennes Lace, In a variety of ' patterns, 5c kind," bargain day," , 8c '.per yard Fine Valenciennes Lace, pretty ; patterns, value 8c, bargain day, f , - , 5c per yard Point Venise Galloons and Appli- ; ques, butter color, price 25c and SOo, bargain day, , 15c X3Tnt de Paris Lace,. 2 to 3 Inches ' wide, former price 15c, bar- OLOVES. ; ! Ladles Extra Fine Lisle Thread GIotcs, black, grey and beaver shades, bargain day, . 39c Ladies Lace Lisle Gloves, new de- 1 signs, 20c quality, special for , bargain day. ' 21c, Ladies 1-Clasp English Walking " Gloves, uncut seams, Havana ." .i, tan shades, $1,39 quality, bar gain day, t $1.00 LADIES' nOSIERT AND UNDER WEAR. Ladles' Black Dropstitch Hose, , ..." regular 17c quality, to-night and bargain day, . - 1 . - -.120 Ladles Plain Black Hose, with white feet, to-night and bargain; ' day, , ' 11J Ladles' Fancy Colored Hose, were j 25c, to-nislit and bargain day, 12i Children Fine Ribbed Hosewere 30c, to-night and bargain" day, 4 ( pairs for . , 23c Ladies Ribbed Vests, worth 12c to-night and bargain day, 4 for 23c Ladies' Knee Pants,, lace trimmed. ; were lUc, to-night and bargain ! day, ' - v ;. -.15c TOADIES' SKIRTS. ! Ladles Black Mercerized Sateen , f Skirts, with two accordion pleat ed ruffles, value $1.39, to-night and bargain day, 98c LADIES SniRT WAIST. SKIR'I AND WRAPPER BARGAINS FOR THURSDAY. Ladies Mercerized Gingham and . Chambray Waists, in solid col ors ana fancy , stripes, tucked . and pleated, value $1.50, bargain : day, 75C Fine Persian Lawn Waists, fronts '' of allover embroidery or alter nate rows of lace and lierustiteh Ins. fancy stock to match, value 1-3.23. bargain day, $1.75 LVt Taffeta, Peau de Sole and Louisine Silk Waists, tucked all over, made with a fitted waist lining, in rose, green, lavender, light and dark blue, grey, white and black, value ?3.00 to $7.50, bargain day," $3,08 Dissolution v You arc already aware of what we have promised, and you know what that promise means. This is not the first time we appeared for your favors. , .m. Queen of the Shoe Reolm. $3.00 Kind, . . , $2.50 Box Calf Lace, $1.75 Kind. . - . OXFORDS AT YOUR OWN PRICES. iVlEN'S SHOES-Our stock the very finest carried. $4-00 and $3.50 kind, now $2,98. ) $3.00 kind, now $2.48. $2.50 kind, now $1.98. $2.00 kind, now $1.48. $1.50 kind now $1.19 Working Shoes that are made lor business at surprisingly low Prices. SCHOOL HO ESSi Parents were never offered a better opportunity to shoe their little ones with high grade footwear at such prices as we are offering during this sale. Everything in our stock has suffered from price mutilation. This sale is your opportunity to possess footwear that is sterling style, surpassing shapeliness and of standard stock from heel to tip. Don't Miss This Opportiiiiity. Y Shdje Distributors. A. F. COWLES. We are In7 receipt of our first invoice of Trimmed Walking Hats for fall wear, i These shapes are; distinctly new" In' style and trimming'; they will be muchadmlred as the season ad vances..., :u': . Only a few Trimmed Summer Hats left, going at half price and less, which means, bargains extraordinary to those in want. ' - . ' Children's School Hats and Caps for little money. ' 53-35 CENTER STREET. K. Dougherty SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK, BOYS' AND GIRLS' SCHOOL ' . HOSE AT 10c a Pair. We will sell for this week the Ips. wich, Hose for boys and girls. They are double knee, high spliced heel and toe and perfect dye, for 10c a pair. The regular price is 15c.f r . ,, , K Dougherty, 145" South Main st, TUTORING. - College examinations, High-' school and grammar work. , . IL; S. GULLI'ER, YALE, A.M. 51 Walnut street.. 8-lO.lm 10 cords of seasoned Hickory Wood at SALVATION ARMY WOODYARD. 212 Meadow Si'. TplenhnnA 4n:.Fi CA"PT B. A. RICHARDSON. Manager ; ' : '; ; R B MO VAU: v v Or Ryder Now Dermanentlv "located at 141 Rank street, over Pollak's art store. For- . tnerly 151 Bank street. In "'the faca of High'Prices For almost" everything, we will paint your house and paint it well for a price that you will admit is a3 low as first-class workmanship and materials will permit. Let us estimate. What ever is s strlish in Paper Hangings or decorative fabrics you, will find here at most reasonable prices. . Waterbury Decorating Go. 241 NORTH MAIN ST. 1 ALL CHILDREN CRY M"-""' FORHOLCZER'S WHITE KID TOP SHOES. yf .' jt femur mmmf &c,- to .75c , Holczef's Standard Shoe House; 190 SOUTH MAIN STREET. I Just Now We Are l 10 fieri ng S lly L,ow Prices-'oni o O 'Si 1 1 1 i P. o o o o Odd Rockers BENSON FURNITURE CO. TWO ENTRANCES. 188-190 South Main Now $2.48 $2.50Kind, Now $1.89 $2.00 Kind, , Now $1.37 $1.20 kind now o F TZ G ER Clam Chovder. Try a Quart of Jimmic's famous Chowder, wc have it every Friday, 3 L Woodruff 'Grocery Co. POTATOEi PER BUSHEL 55c, Flour, per acjc' C5c Granulated Sugar, 20 lbs for ... . $1.00 Extra White "C" Sugar, 21 lbs for $1.00 4-lb package .Gold Dust ........ 18c Mocha and Java regular 30c Coffee for Saturday 25c, with cup and .'. .', ' saucer. . , Greater N. Y; Grocery Co ISO EV.ST MAIN STREET. , Telephone 123-12. ' v 'rK;':GaSv'::::i:J Company's Office Has Removed To Center And Leavenworth Streets. OPPOSITE GRAND STREET. s M O peea 1 i FflOM STRET TO STREET, g St. . . 38-40 Grand St - . . Now $1.98 Now $1.48 Now $1.19 88 Bank Street I PRESIDENT'S SON HUNTING. "Teddy, Jr," Shooting Prairie Chickens in South Dakota. St Tauf, Minn, Sept 3. Theodore' Roosevelt,-Jr, is a guest of President Marvin Hughitt-of the Chicago , and Northwestern railway on a hunting ex pedition in South Dakota. ! Their spe cial is at a side track nine niiles east of Huron, S. D. " V '" , The party got on the prairie Monday noon with the dogs, but they had little success. ' They bagged - about- forty chickens, and of these "Teddys Is cred ited with twelve, 1 though : he says he missed many shots, "for the . reason that he never had much experience," Yetserday he was in better luck and rarely missed a shot. A special tele gram received last night says the party dined solely on birds brought down by young Roosevelt. Early yesterday morning Engineer Nolan took the young man for a s ten-mile spin along the prairie at a mile-a-minute speed, to sow him the vastness of the west. The party will move west to-day and ma,y go to the Black Hills. 4 y ' ' , . 'Teddy" is very much pleased with his ..first 'real 'hunting trip,' but Is hav ing some trouble to get used to a shot gun. He is a good marksman with a rifle,. but t'hls is the first time he has ever had occasion to shoot on the wing,; and his hosts say he is a little nervous. ASK ANYtDOGTQR M ; Whnt he knows 'about' our Prescrintlon work. The Only reason so many doe- tors sena prescriptions io us is 1 mat thpv know we nrenare the medicine In the best possible manner and that we never substitute. ntzpatncK's i'nar macy, East Main and Wall streets. Telephone G3-4. ; rv - ' We have just received a ship ment of, three-ply Bass- wood ; Blanks,- all stamped for Our, prices are as low if not lower than New York' or Bos ton. Come and see them. The Ziglatzki-Marks Co 49 Center St e Your or your boy need new shoes for school? If so, briug them to us; for them. We'll give yon the best sciicjol shoes tind you'll save money by buying them here. Some prices; Misses' Donerola Shoes, all solid, .11 to 2, at ...... 75c "Sizes 8 to 11 at 65c; sizes . 2 to 5 at 48c . Boys' Best Calf Shoes, sizes 2ya to 5, at '$1.25 HMs to 2 at 98c; 8 to 13 spring heel at 75c J. G. Jackie & Sons, 73-75 Bani Street. D s Girl BR00KIOT BBI2FS Mrs Casey , and family of, Cbarl.es street have returned from a week's vacation at Savin Rock. . "John Yost of Brooklyn, N. Y., has returned home, after a visit with .Fred Schmidt of Seymour street. -Patrick Hit-key, William Brickel, John Brickel and Timothy Iliekey have returned, from a vacation at Savin Rock. - ' ;Y v ' Miss Minnie Russell is again issu ing money orders at sub-postal station No 1, after a pleasant vacation in Hart, ford, New Britain and Southington. Mr and Mrs Henry J. Sondericker and Mrs Elberling of New York have returned home, after a week's visit with Mrs Charles. Hassel of Porter street." 'r-:: :r . " Miss Louise Malone of Bank street ha returned from a month's vacation at Indian Neck and other watering places. Miss Malone will resume .her music teaching at once and her pupils should make arrangements- for their lessons as soon as possible. BOARD OF CHARITIES. Dr David. Will Be City Physician for the Next Month. Dr A. D. David was appointed city physician for the month beginning September 8, at the meeting of the board of charities Yesterday afternoon at which Commissioner Pilling presid ed. Commissioners Disley and Brewer, Superintendent Moran and Clerk lc Mahon were also present. In regard to the case of John Kalaher, who is. h6w an inmate lot the Post Graduate hospital, New York, being a sufferer from spinal trouble, 'It was the "opin ion of all the members present that the city should do all in its power to as sist the poor cripple. It was the opin ion of the. bo'ard that Kalaher should be kept tit the iPost Graduate hospi tal ; indefinitely or until an operation may be performed on him by Dr Phelps, a noted surgeon and expert in spinal diseases, . Dr . Ballard. ; of this city, who has interested himself much in Kalaher's case and was Instrument tal In having him sent to the New York hospital, has much confidence in Dr Phelps and believes that an, op eration by Dr Phelps, who will soon return? from Europe, will be success ful and will restore to Kalaher the ,use of , his lower limbs. Such an opera tion will cost about $250 and the funds are ; being raised . by voluntray contri butions. The whole amount will probably be , contributed In two or three days. ?.' ' ' ' The monthly bills were read and ap proved and a favorable report of the outside poor was given by ; Superin tendent Doran. . ' : , . 1 . ' , The - Kampsoa-Sslhw Turnitirs Co. AT THE AUDITORIUM. FINE DINING TABLES Be kure and see the nice lot of Dining Table that jtreuow on show. -.The beautiful wood used , in these tables to gether with the superior finish and con struction win make them much sought after. 20 styles from . r $7.50 to $35,00 SUPERB )XkLA DSIGNS IN Zhr&f: SIDE, r--tt rw-n BOARbS li1 The handsome sideboards , made in America are now ready for buyers to choose from. Cannot say anything too nice for them 20styles. . ',- , ! Prices $15.00 to $75.00 Roll Top Desks Close Out Prices Will give you a bar- feafn while the stock , lasts M Lowest priced -desks la Waterbury. iiTIl6ii Hampson-Sellew FurnitufeCo AT JACQUES' AUDITORIUM UNTIUKOV. !. ; Then 1 16-120 Bank St. THE DANDYQtlri SHINER 30b The only rigid SHOE-HOLDER The Dandy Shiner is a simple device to hold the Shoe in position while the blacking is applied and the. Shoe brilliantly polished with a cloth. Nickeled and handsomely fi n i s h e d. Removeable when not in use. Fits Men's, Women's, Child rens shoes. 3 lasts, Pol ishing cloth and bottle of Polish. Mil ft BHADLEY CO., . 52 Bank Street, . 'DURANT'S DRAMATIC DIATRIBE Of a Prisoner He Said He Was Born Bad and Would pie Bad. , Jumeu Kennedy v as the only pris oner lu the city court to-day. Judge l'easley . presided. Kennedy .,'.: was charged with obtaining a suck. o flour valued at $U under talse pretenses from Spencer & Pierpout. Die pleaded guilty. ' C. Wilder . testlflled. that Kennedy had obtained, under talse pretenses, pork, beet, barrel and other goods besides the sack of flour. . Prose cutor Durant asked that the heaviest sentence be Imposed upon Kennedy. He Is only 23 years old,' he laid, but he has a bad record. He has been four times before the court this year, and he did not believe he has been two consecutive weeks out of jail this year. He has been sentenced to as much as 120 days in jail. Concluding his state ment the prosecutor said o Kennedy; "He was born bad, he has lived bad, and . he will die bad."- -Kennedy"' waa sentenced to six months lri jail.: "I'll take an appeal from that," he shouted, whereupon the prosecutor asked that a bond be imposed beyond his reach to procure; A bond of $150 was thefl tacked onto Kennedy's appeal. A complaint against Giovanni Faml gjletti for breach of the peace was con tinued to to-morrow morning. , The ac cused's wife Is the complainant; and Attorney Russell, who appeared for him, stated that the couple have been married but a short time and that the wife Is said to be Insane. - The accused has asked the selectmen to have her examined as to her insanity, so that it was doubtful if she would make a com petent witness. As she was not -. In cdurt Mr Russell took It she was In sane, without; question,, and because of that the case was continued to to-morrow morning. . . ; , . , - i- READY FOR BRIDGEPORT. ' Municipal Ball Team Waiting Patient ly for the Park City Team. , ' The municipal base ball committee met last night and completed plans for the reception probably annihilation would be better of the Brldgeportg on September 10., Those present were Sheriff McDonald,' Commissioners La hey, McEvoy and Alderman . Brophy. The following reception committee was appointed Mayor E. G. Kllduff, Presi dent E. O, Goss of the board of alder-, meq, City Clerk M. J. .Ryan, '.City Comptroller M, Di Russell, City Tax Collector W. E. Thorns, Town Clerk P. P. Brett, City Attorney J.' P., Kellogg, Judge U. A. Lowe, City Treasurer Geox'ge A. .Gibson, rresideutv T. P. Lawlor of tlie board of health, Com missioner P. A. Taylor of the board of public safety, 7udge D., P. ; Burpee, Judge , G. H. CoweTT,. Alderman . F. ; E. ; Stanley, first , ward. Alderman Louis Gates, second ward; Alderman P. W1 Chesson, third ward; Alderman J. II. Murrays fourth' ward; Alderman Daniel I"oley, fifth ward; Vice Chairman Kent of tlie board of education, Commissioner Pilling of the board of charities,' Commissioner Scully of the board of public works,' Commissioner Wells of the board of finance. Assessor Clohessey, I. A. Spen cer of the bureau of assessment. ' .'Commissioner McEvoy; and Sheriff McDonald were appointed to secure suitable badgep. Aldermen Brophy and Commissioner Lahey were appoint ed as a committee to procure police es cort. It Is understood that over a hun dred Bridgeport people will be in at tendance. The Hon Mayor- MulvihiU will head the Invading army of base ball men and their friends. The game will be played on the Wet End grounds. After the game a clambake will be held and the vanquished put on the coals. Admission to the grounds will be 25 cents. ; ; v '-.. NATURALIST MEETING. . A variety of subjects concerning some of the branches of natural his tory were considered by a fairly well attended meeting last night. Mrs Ly man read an article written some years ago on the wild flowers of Waterbury that were becoming scarce at that date and some interesting comparisons fol lowed ' with the present time. Mrs W, W.; White read -an article relative to. the river Danube being robbed by other rivers, which threatens to depre ciate this river in may .ways. The chairman of the executive committee announced that the suggestions for pa pers for tlie coming season would have to be handed in not later than the meeting next Tuesday. 'Several small exhibits were on hand. ' But there was nothing insignificant about the botany. There was plenty of It. K ' " The ZJglatzkt-Marks Co has just received a load of basswood blanks for photograph work. Low prices. Call and examine-them. , ' ' "'-'As '.a";-? 'Health Measure I . . .. J . . ' Have a new Wall Paper on the rooms most in use as often as you possibly can Nothing changes a room so much as the walls. Papers now are so cheap that it is bad economy to defer too long. In our assortment are beautiful patterns that will fit any purse, v ' ' We are agents for Wax Floor Paints. ! , THE A. R Taylor Co, 43 CENTER STREET. BOARD OF PUBLIC W0EK3 William Mahanjr Thanked, for, Saving a Child's Life. ' The board of public w'orks met yes terday afternoon and approved the payrolls and miscellaneous bills. It was reported that a two years' old child of Daniel Murphy narrowly es caped being drowned Sunday morning in he catch basin on Bank street near the residence, of Commissioner t. J. Mahaney. The child sat. down on the curbstone over the basin and when ho stood up he slipped Into the basin. William Mahaney, son of Commission er Mahaney, heard the noise and rush ed with a pickaxe and raised the cup off the basin, and then went to the neck) in the slush and pulled toe child out. The little one was very near death and It wns over an hour before it revived.. , Young Jg,haney ; ws about to go to church at the time and on making the rescue he ruined his best suit of clothes. The board passed the following resolution: ' Whereas, This board has been In formed of the Intelligent,, prompt, and successrui eirorts made by William Mahaney on Sunday morning,1 August 31, 1902, in rescuing a small child from drowning in the catch basin on Bank street In this city, therefore, Resolved, That this board convey to William Mahaney its. high npprecia- which: he displayed on that occasion, and further, i ' ; - I i Resolved, That a copy of this vote, suitably engrossed, be sent to said William Mahaney by the city clerk at his earliest convenience,5? ; i 4 f , The matter of providing- against a similar occurrence was-referred to the, engineer 1 with power to act. The communication 1 frwA7 L. Dick relative to damage from surface water owing to the overcharging of Little brook at Meadow street was j-eceived and ordered on file. "Superin tendent Relley, to whom was referred the matter of relief -. from surfa'ce wa ter at 1050 South Main street, report- trouble. The report was accepted and the work ordered, done. The petition Of - John Gfimes. et al for improve- ments on Fourth street and, also the question of constructing a retaining wall In front of the Ryan and Neagle properties on Mill street was referred to the superintendent of streets -with power to net. Mr Relley was also re quested to nscertaln whether. or not the. case of Avon avenue and Haw thorne avenue came under his Jurisdic tion and to inquire as to the advisabil ity of changing the location . of the electric light- at the ; come? of the Watertown and Bunker Hill rOads. Superintendent O'Brien , reported tnat tne cement mam on i irst avenue is in bad shape and recommended that He also thought it would be a good plan to lower the 'pipe In Fort Hill, Waterville. These matters were re ferred to the engineer for estimates of exnensa. " v ' ' Commissioner Whiting brought up the matter of putting a railing around Trafalgar square at Hill and North Main streets. The engineer said he in tends to put a temporary guard there until such time as some trees can, be raised In the square , so that people will realize when they- approach the spot that they are up against a real nnrk. . I V' ( ,-.. ',.'. ' ' . The , f question; of purchasing .six fountains Instead of ' five was left to the committee. It Is thought that the No 0 will be located on South Main street; In the -vicinity 1 of the Water bury Buckle company. f , The engineer reported' the comple tion of the paving of Meadow street and. a portion of North Main street. The communication was received and transferred to the aldermen. S . Tho board adjourned for a week. t NUTMKG GRATINGS. interesting ?toms Boiled Down for the Bdicfit cf Our Busy Readers. The quarterly meeting of the Boman Catholic pastors of the diocese of Hart ford was held yesterday afternoon In the conference" room of St Joseph's ca thedral, about 130 pastors being pres ent from all over the state. Religious questions of interest to the church were discussed, and the meeting last ed from 2:30 o'clock to about 4. Bishop TIei'ney presided. In three months a conference of the assistant pastors will beheld. . The board of pharmacy commission-, ers,., which met at the capitol yester day, .examined the following candK dates for druggists' licenses: Mrs P. W. Poindexter, Mianus; Charles 11. Monson, Mass; W. D. Nolan, Jr, Stam ford; P.. A. Beebe, New London; B. W. Harrington, Waterbury; Louis G. Har ris, New york city; J. J. Dupre, Put nam; J. P. Preston P. It. McLaughlin and J.C Mara, Norwich. . ' , ' : An "attempt was made last evening or early this morning to set fire to the South school on Air Line avenue, Port land. ' ; Upon Investigation, rags sat urated with oil were found on the cel lar staircase and a hole aa large as a man's hat was found burned In the stairway .v n is strange mat ine nre didn't gain more headway. Several attempts before this, have , been mad . A I . I St.. . .m A I io nre uie uuuunig, uuu acuve mean- , ures will be taken to discover who the Incendiary is.. ' ' ! , ' - merly. employed as an assembler at i Pratt & Cady's, Hartford, was found dead about y O'clock last night on a culvert between the third rail tracks and steam road tracks, aUout 1550 feet southwest of Francis court In ParK- vllle. He was either struck by -a southbound train or had fallen otC one, but it Is not known What train. The body was first seen by the conductor of a third rail car, who notified Folice- tnan Tucker at Union station. The police patrol, with Medical Examiner Puller, went to the scene and tooic tne body to the morgue. The Pole who committed suicide In a cell In the ThompsonvlUe Jail last Friday was identified as John Pom rytskl of Terry vllle by Stephen Zel leuskl, his brotller-ln-law, of Bristol. Pomrytski was about 29 years of ago and bad been a .resident of his native country till about four months ago, -when he came to America. He had been In ill health and had been In the Hartford hospital for treatment. It is' thought that the condition of his health and worrying about his wife and child had caused him to become .u.nnnant Vn .I tt I m lina hppn nwde by the relatives for the lxdy as they have no money with which to pay, tho expenses of burial. ' Seeley. Upham want carpenter asorlif coutra.cts aaa jowd