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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1904.
m3 C Prepare f o r The . Foiirtli. : ! S ! d .it M 'i .? I Get one of our 2 piece Suits; Comfortable, but made to look good after a hard day's outing. .'.... ' XT T f ii o All tha Other Fixings Necessary to Keep Cool. V ; 105 BANK STREET. Coolest and best lighted store In Waterbury.' SLOCUM DISASTER. Startling Facta Brought Out at Ctro ner'l Inqneit on Victim. NEW YORK, June 22. Coroner Ber ry's inquest into the Slocum disaster brought out some startling facts re garding Are drills (or lack of them), failure of members of the crew to aid the passengers and of the attempt in the office of the company to show by changed bills that life preservers pur chased and delivered to the Grand Re public had been placed aboard the Slo cum. ' '' ' ' , Henry Lumbberg, the United-States steamboat inspector who examined the Slocum and passed her, absolutely re fused to answer all questions regard ing her fire fighting facilities, life pre servers, etc., on the ground that it might tend to Incriminate him. Mr. Garvan bluntly asked him if he re ceived any money for passing the Slo cum. -' . -' "I did not," he replied. Lundberg was committed to the House of , Detention by Coroner Berry when an adjournment "was taken. Lundberg seemed nonplused and stared about helplessly while his lawyer, A. S. Gilbert, made a vain plea in his behalf.,- . y Mr. Garvan described Lundberg's ac tions on the witness stand as a "dis graceful spectacle on the part of, a United States official." There were 112 bodies recovered yes tejLdfty miffine the total number recov- rS3 o46. There are still missing 308. Edwin N. Weaver, second pilot of the General Slocum, created a sensa tion when called upon .'to testify. Weaver said it was only between two and a half and three minutes after Mate Flannagan had called up through the tube that the boat was a'flre that she was beached off North Brother is land. ,: Weaver testified that he bought a new fire hose this spring and that It cost 16 cents a foot. Mr. Garvan an nounced that proper fire hose could not be purchased less thui $1.50 a foot. Weaver said he bought the hose on Ca6tain Van SchnloVq frfier. LANDING PARTIES READY. Conference Held at Tangier by Brit iah and American Official. LONDON, June 22. A Tangier cable gram saysr V f , "Two conferences have been held be tween the American and British min isters, which were i attended by the American admiral and the captain of the British battleship Prince of Wales. "All the ships In the harbor have landing parties ready day and night.',. ."Quiet now prevails In the town, but reports from all parts of the country are to the effect that the tribes are growing more restless.? , . A dispatch from Tangier says that Raisull has agreed to accept $20,000 of the ransom for Perdlcaris and Varley in cash and the remnlnder in bills of exchange. V PITS TT T TX T fi n Y y7, 15& Building Lots at Lofty Crest 1 Mile Above WatervilUe. Newly built brick Depot, fine laid out Avenues and graded Streets. City water runs through the prpperty. Free presents given away whether you purchase or not. 'FR EE TRAM Our special train leaves Bank St. at 1:30, Waterville 1:37, arrives at, Lofty Crest 1:39, returns at 6:05. , x " , COi.lE EVERYBODY AND GET A LOT AT YOUR W PRICE. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday j Saturday, June 22, 23, 24, 25 LIFE AT W00DM0HT. o o o ARQMN QAfl IP i er O O O 35 It's a strong Incentive for you to attend. a sale when you know positively that you can save to 50, per cent by so doing1, and that's just what you can do in THIS BARGAIN SALE. ovs suirs. 1 " 99c, $1.25, $1.75 AND $2.2$. Suits that are not only smart and distinctive in cut, but with wear-resistingr powers that will be a joy to mothers of romping-boys. Jackets that we have' formerly sold for $3 ,and $5. IN THIS SALE FOR $1,50. . You must come early If you warit one of these Bargains. Other -Jackets of better grade at equally low prices. OUR CREDIT PLAN IS THE OPEN DOOR AND OPEN BOOK TO HONESTY. IT PLACES YOU IN A. POSITION TO ESTABLISH A CREDIT EQUAL TO THE BENEFITS ENJOYED BY ONLY THE WEALTHY CLASS IN OTHER STORES. On all of our high class TAILORED SUIT'S for Wen and Youths. No one should overlook this opportunity of procuring one. r They Arc of This Season's " Gut and Make. ':: '" ' ' .: y ; -.V . , ' ' ' ; SIZES AND MATERIALS TO SUIT ALL Of AH Wool, Golf Pants. . FORMERLY SOLD AT $2 AND $3.00. TO CLOSE OUT Fn THIS SALE : : At-49C? : en's Fetnt&. Goods carried from last season and some broken lots of this seassn, which we want toxlose out At One-Third and One-Half of Regular Price. THESE GOODS AND OTHERS CAN BE HAD ON E Z TERMS. Ladies en-id sses - Stilts $5.00 TO $15.00. : , ' , ;S . .. . ; . : ' " ; : . These Suits are our own make, all of this season's designs, materials, style, color, and, sizes to suit the most sceptical one. Silk Waists. $1799 TO $4.99. : FORMERLY $3.50 TO $8.50. Wrappers and Peti Skirts at 1-3 less than their regular price. v Millinery, Men's Hats and all others to numerous to mention, at equally low prices. Ouaratiiee ra Crclit Clothing - 33-35 Boot Main Street oriel IS Phoenix Ave. W&terbury Girl Goes to tike Rescue of Drowning Child. Tbe Woodmont correspondent of the New Haren Leader lias the following: Miss Teresa MeNally of Waterbury Is a heroine In the eyes of Woodmont people, yet she romps iaround and en Joys herself with other girls of her age as though diving in the water and snatching children Kfrom the. jaws of death was a commonplace event for girls of twelve or thereabouts. Miss MeNally, who spends her summers here with her grandmother, Mrs Rose MeNally, was bathing on the beach In f r,ont of the Baldwin cottage yester day afternoon.. Afterward she sat on the beach i with some other girls. She noticed two children, little tots, a son ana daugher of Mr and Mrs Harry Merwln who had been playing in their bathing suits on thft beach, near where they were. She saw them in & boat which had her nose on the shore and into which they had climbed. A few minutes later she saw bubbles on the surface of the water back of the boat and tew that there was but one child in the boat At almost the same time she saw the hair of the little girl appear on the surface. Without so much as a screiam, she ran down and dove In. Ag she started, others be gan to scream and thla attracted the attention of Frank Donnelly, who was nearby. lie ran into, the water, clothes and all. and was Just in time to help Miss MeNally, who came up Just then holdl.g little Rita Merwln, the three and one-half-year old girl, who had fallen in, by the hair, to take her burden ashore. Here she was given over to her mother, who knew nothing of the affair tlll then. NUTMEG GRATINGS. The Union Supply 118 SOUTH MAIN ST. Free Delivery. Telephone 71 1 -4 Oakvllle and Waterville delivery Tuesday and Friday. See the Free, 150 Hunt stamps with the following order at $1.22: 1 lb Best Rice 1......V.. 0.0c 1 lb Best Prunes -10c 2 lbs Ginger Snaps lie 2 lbs Evaporated Peaches 25c 3 lbs Tapioca ........ A ,18c 1 lb Coffee .35c 1 bottle Root Beer Extract .....103 - Free, 150 Hunt stamps .with the above order at $1.22. ' , ' Free, 350 Hunt stamps with the following order at ?2.0b: s 1 lb Best Coffee -lb Borax .lCc 1 can' Baked Beans .......... ............... .13e 4 boxes Matches .................... M ,2'C 1 lb Best Butter '.. 7 ......... .30c 1 Jar Pickles ..... 15c. 2 bags Salt .lCc 1 Dottle Blueing lCc 1 lb Best Tea .GCc j Free, 350 Hunt stamps with the above order f t; $2.08. ' . . ' ; ' - . ; :- ....... . '.; , Interesting Items Boiled Down For the Benefit of our Busy Readers. Lightning struck the house of XC. M. Sisson" in WinthroD yesterday morning and wrecked the kitchen, parlor and a bedroom. , Mr and Mrs Sisson were "unhurt. -, The restaurant building at White Oak, a summer resort near New Brit ain, was burned ' yesterday noon, the fire being caused by the explosion of a gasolene stove. The restaurant was conducted by Fred W. Lang and C. T. Andrew, and while the former was lighting the stove an explosion oc curred. ' N ' ' c1'-:':"- i A certificate has been filed in ' the state ' secretary's office of the incor poration of the Partamol Company of Danbury. The company is to make partamol and is capitalized at $10, 000. .It is.' limited to a twenty-five years period. The incorporators are J. L. Dankelspiel and Charles Brook heen of New York city and J. Moss Ives of Danbury. Cecil McDonough of Hartford who was terribly burned Sunday evening at his home by the accidental over turnig of a pot Of tea, died early yes terday morning at St Francis's hospi tal. He was 4 years old and was the son of John M. McDonough of No 8 Donald street The boy in play pull ed the tablecloth off a table on which a pot of boiling tea stood, and the tea was tipped over on him. , v Jerry Lowe, colored, made a hustle yesterday for Winsted to catch up with i the , Forepaugh & Sells circus. Lowe was one of the men, arrested at tbe circus grounds Monday in Hart ford on the , charge of shooting craps. There was no evidence to support the charge and Judge Garvan discharged him in . the police court yesterday morning. Lowe is a canvas "man with the circus. , He had but 25 cents yes terday morning and started tr walk to' Winsted. . Application was made before 'Judge Piatt yesterday for the release from Jail of William H. Lienweber of Meri den, committed for contempt of court for failure to 'carry out orders of Ref eree Newton of New Haven. Judge Piatt denied the application. Creditors alleged that , he had concealed prop erty and the referee ordered him to produce it. He said he had none and on his failure to produce any Judge Piatt was notified and adjudged him in contempt. It wag the first case of the kind in this state. , Policemen Costello and Marshall found a man walking along Main street near Charter" Oak street, ' Hart ford, at 1 o'clock yesterday morning, dressed in a derby hat and an under shirt. They stopped him and sent him to the police station to sober up. The man said he was Carl Gustaveson. He said that he had found the evening warm , and had undressed vand sat down on th steps of his house with a couple of bottles of beer to keep him company. After finishing his ' Com panions, . the idea of taking a walk came to him and he set out Just as he was: When Policeman Flynn locked Gustaveson'up Lieutenant Smith re marked: 'You needn't search him." The activity occasioned in the eighth and ninth wards of New Haven in particular, and several other sec tions of the city, by the assaults and misdemeanors committed there recent ly, culminated Monday evening in the formation of a permanent organiza tion to be knowni as the Citizens' league of-New Haven. The meeting was held at the home of Joseph Por ter on Whitney avenue at the Invita tion of a committee composed of sev eral gentlemen who have been active In demanding an investigation of the workings of the police department and other tilings which are called coi rupt in the city's departments. Seventy-five well known residents of the city adopted a constitution. In order to get at the work of reforming and accomplishing the object of the league eight membf-rs of a board of contro. were selected. The are Judge Henry Stoddard, Joseph Porter, Pro fessor H. W. Farnam, the Rev George H Ferris, George Lewis Sargent, John T Manson, Pofessor' Samuel H. Fish er and Charles De Forest. Others will be appointed to represent other wards in the city. One of the refoi'ms con templated by . the league is to have better locations for the polls and places where caucuses are held. Santo Domingo at Peace. WASHINGTON, June 22. Consul General Maxwell in a cablegram from Santo Domingo informs the state de partment that Morales was elected president by congress and Caceros vice president and that the inauguration, took place last Sunday. He added that the revolution vrs considered ended. Democrat Readers will be Furnished wita a Solid Gold Fountain Pea. SAVE THIS COUPON. For eight of these coupons and 69 cents we will furnish, for a lira". Democrat readerg with a solid gold, fully warranted fountain pen, pol ished barrel, rubber cap, screw section, beautiful delivery, worth $1.1:. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed. You will wonder how you ever got along without it Agencies where the pens can be obtained: Apothecaries' Hall Co, Bank and South' Main streets; Brooklyn drug store, 75G Bank street; Cannon & Jones, 854 West Main street; N. A. Upham. 410 North Main street; G. H. Burpee & Co, 854 South Main street; J. B. Ebbs, (the drug prist). East Main and Cherry streets; - Liflrbtntng-'a Fatal Worlc. 1 ATLANTA, Ga., June 22. During a heavy rain and electrical storm here Mrs. Ora Bradley, wife of W. B. Brad ley, a street car conductor, was killed by lightning, and&n another part of the city lightning struck the home of T. O. Jones, an . instructor in the Georgia School 'of Technology, and both Mr. and Mrs. Jones were rendered uncon scious for some time, but recovered,, The street car system was rendered In effectual during the-storm. i Opera Singer' Narrow Eieape. NEW ROCHELLE, N. Y., June 22. Joseph F. Sheehan, opera singer, who was leading man for Henry W. Sav age last winter, had a narrow escape from drowning here whife bathing in Echo bay. The singer had brought his . wife and family with him, and they sat on the bank to watch' him swim. He bad swum out in the mid dle of th bay when he was taken with cramps. He was rescued with diffi culty. ' .... Paterioa Kill Deatrored. ' PATERSON, N. J., June 22. A larga fire broke out here shortly after l i o'clock this morning in the mill of I. A. Hall in Fulton street. In a short time ; the Are had spread to tbe Van Kir k ( lumber yard, near by. The mill was completely destroyed, and the lumber yard will also be a total loss. The ro was caused by men smoking in the mill. The loss will reach nearly $200,-: 000. Several hundred men will thrown out of employment. Killed r Fowl Tip. INDIANA, Pa., June 22. Durisf & game of baseball here between the' Johnstown amateurs . and the Indian Normals, George Thomas, . catcher for the Johnstowns, was almost instantly killed by being hit over the heart by a foul tip. iThomas was a -draftsman for the Cambria Iron company, and Ms young wife, who witnessed the acci dent from the grand stand, w&s j.ro:t rated. . ) mTmriinitintniitniitmiHMnin inimiiiiitifiiii!iiiiniiHhiiiini AVfcgetable Preparalionfor As similating Hie Food andRegula ting the Stomachs andBowels of Promotes Dige3tion.Checrfur ness andltest.Contalns neither Opium.Morphine nor Mineral Kot Kahc otic . Pumpfun. Seetl" Ctonfifi AtOfW WattynH. Harm A perfect Remedy f or Constipa tion, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Feverish ness and Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Signature of . NEW YORK. EXACT COPY OF WRAREER. BSa- l 'e a tr a t- $ n ri 1 1 . i ' 6- i t 1 a iJ Lm. Li La Vs For Infants and Children. The Kind You He Always Doughi s-- 9 Bears the Signature A 7 1 1 ifif . of ' For flvoi: Thirty Year.? t TMB OtMTAUH VOMMNV. MK YORK CITT. Irqnbfew tegisteted Trade Mark. II Km Bevare of imitations of Iron All genuine Ironbrew must bear this Trademark. A non-alcoholic life re newer, from the recipe ej a celebrated Carlsbad physician. Ironbrew is a combination of vegetable tonics and delicious aromatics, enriching and strength ening the blood," muscles, brain, regulating ths stomach and nervous system, relieving headachs, nausea, dyspepsia, sleeplessness, general debility, and on account of its life and health renewing properties, the most valuable tonic and delkks beverage ever offered to the public BottleJ by Charles Schabel, 181 Union St., Waterbury, Ctv also Eagle Brewed Weiss Beer. ' For Sale at all 'First Cafes ani SoJa- Fct.t :!.::.,