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A -4 v" trv"'3 ' I '., , Ki ' ---o "- i. - k t-V S- i U.VS yi i V1 n i n 'MRS. BURDIGK'S TESTIMONY MAY LEAD TO SOLUTION r OF MYSTERY AS TO WHO MURDERED HER HUSBAND. She Must Explain Letter from-Pennell to Her Which Says "I Feel That I Must Kill Ed Burdick" Communication Found in Pocket of Victim Lawyer Wrote It Months Ago and His Foe is Believed to Have Inter cepted It Startling Disclosures in Testimony of Principal Witnesses. i E3F?' $$k W To Heath sst the: ZDErc Q MRS. E. I. BURDICK. SKMk - Sm&Kjfe 3 0j. f.s JS0Mt. pw-' From whom her husband was securing a divorce on statutory grounds. - ?s!c fej?S ! jiJ-t tj Jfi Recent unexpected developments la the Burdick murder would indicato that the mystery of It all Is In a fair way to be cleared up. "I must kill Ed Burdick." This Is thi- substance of a remarkble letter written by Arthur XI. Pennell to Mrs. Edwin L. Burdick, which District Attorney Coatsworth has In his possession and which he has been keeping a secret in order to epring it as a s-urprlse on Mrs. Burdick, when she is placed on the witness stand to-morrow teeming. This Is the final trump card which the authorities have been keep ing up their sleeves. The letter was found In tho victim's pocket the morning of the murder. While It will not now be a surprise to Mrs. Burdick, she will never thclcbs be asked to explain, and to uiako It perfectly clear to the District At torney BLd the court whether or not she interpreted this language of Pennell's to mean that he really Intended To murder her husband. On ths other hand. Burdick may have Intercepted the communication and his wife not have known of It. Mrs. Burdick is still to be heard from. There was no session of the Inquest itll to-mcrrow afternoon. Buffalo, March 22. A bad quarter of an hcur Is promised for Mrs. Burdick when she is placed on the witness stand Monday. f In many ways Mrs. Burdlck's testimony ? Is expected to throw a groat deal of light on the subject of the murder, as It will. If rfL-tll to-mcrrow afternoon. XSggX ? ;H'yW &?$ h fc' f .j3 she tells the truth under oath, make clear the relations that existed between herself and Pennell and between Pennell and Bur- ,J Tor, In spite of the earlier theories of the police and District Attorney, the belief has Clown to be almost a certainty that Pen- '"rlell did the murder and after ards killed J'llmself and his wife by a deliberate plunge n'pver the cliff Into the Jamerthal quarry. io5VMI this view was taken very early by nthe general public. It Is only within the last BAfcw days that the police have been willing Vijjto admit even Its possibility. Jjt, General Bull, Superintendent of Police, lias said: -il n looks more like Pennell than ever. But twao was his accompliceT" I Taeollce are not willing to abandon the Idea that there was a woman, whether an inmate of the house or an outsider, impli cated In the murder, and there are many things that seem to bear out this theory. The view that Pennell was the murderer, however, cannot be attributed In any way to the fact that he Is dead and cannot de , fend himself from such attacks," but Is borne out by a long chain of circumstances, tho strensth and length of which are In ( creased almost dally. PENNELL'S EFFECTS SEARCHED. It was learned from the police that Pen nell's personal effects were thoroughly and , completely searched by trusted men, not directly connected with the Police Depart- ment, but In their confidence, the day after .bis iragic aeatn. Every private pigeon-hole. , very safe-deposit box and every drawer was ransacked fcr something that might -throw, some light on the Burdick tragedy. Not a paper or scrap of writing of any Idnd, bearing in the remotest way upon Pen Knell's relations with the Burdtcks was found. This fact In Itself Is held by those who gsxe acquainted with It to bear out the sui cide theory In Pennell's case. How the tell tale letter came Into Bur- dick's hands Is something that waa not made clear to Mr. Coatsworth. He has received Information that for several ' months orlor to her leaving home Mrs. Bur jj dick had a private le'ter box at the gen eral post oClce. to which Burdick In some Mway had obtained acey and from which he used some times to take letters ad- dresced to his wife. TVhether he got this Pennell letter in that way or whether he found It In his wife's fCisCects li not known, of course, but that it had b?en In Burdlck's possession for some time la said to be plain by the condition -cf the letter and Its envelope, which had .evidently been much handled. f 'The letter Is dated aboat eleven months aco, or about the time that Mrs. Burdick was driven from her home by her husband, swhen he began his suit for divorce. It con sists of four pages of note paper. Besides f the expression already referred to, it dls cuewa the conferences which Pennell had with Burdick. the necessity for having Bur- dick's suit withdrawn, and In a general way throws a good deal of light on the 'relations between the Burdtcks and ths . Fennells. ENDEARING TERMS IN LETTER, . "My Dearest Alice." Pennell begins, and .following up this Introduction with term of endearment that show It- to be a lova letter of the moat Impassioned type, such a letter as a man would write who would "cirry in his pockets such articles about -.love and life as those which wer founil on Pennell when he died. That Mrs. Burdick must have written him an earlier letter, some time early last year. telling him that her husband was again , suspicions, is evinced by Pennell's expres sions of regret that anything should have lfappened"to'make her heme life unhappy. Pennell assures Mrs. Burdick of his con tlTJI oern for her happiness, 'and tries to en courac her to bear up and bs of good yesterday, and thero will be none un- B STRIKING TESTIMONT at nuRDicit iivarosT. Charles S. Parke. Burdlck's former BurdIck.9 de,lth WM traceibIe t0 g divorce proceedings. My opinion is based both upon In formation and supposition. "I believe the murderer was either Arthur R. Pennell or some hired s sasrin. "Pennell was the only one I knew of who had a motive to murder Bur dick." Mrs. Seth T. Paine, a friend of the A : xjuiuic&s: m never saw Pennell JSTLST ' DeVer BW h'm exniblt a bad temper. "Pennell told mo h was being fol- lowed by detectives." a . , .. - a . heart. He tells her that all will come out right In the end. Then Pennell gives vent to hl3 feelings with regard to Burdick, and says in sub stantially these words: "When I think of how he has treated you, I feel that I must kill Ed Burdick." The date of this letter. It is learned to night, is nearly a year ago, and It shows clearly that as far back as that there were murderous feelings In the heart of Pennell. It is absolutely impossible to see the letter, much less to make a copy of It. But the substance of the four-page missive is as stated above. In the recent Investigation Charles B. Parke, Burdlck's former partner, was not expected to tell anything sensational, and It was a surprise to all when District Attor ney Coatsworth led him swiftly up to ths startling denunciation of Pennell. Mr. Parke first told of his long business association with and friendship for Burdick. The examination of Mr. Parke was as fol lows: Q.: "Did Mr. Burdick ever tell you about any of the troubles he was hiving with his wife?" A.: "He did." Q : "What dlJ he soy to you?" A: "Why, he told me that he was suelng Mrs Burdick for a dl orcc. and did not blame Mrs. Burdick, but rather blamed Pennell. He said Pennell had promised to go out of town, but the promises had Deen repeatedly broken, and that finally his patience had given out, and he said: Thl suit shall nocv go and be fought to a finish. I can't wait any longer.' " Q.: "Did he ever say anything about Pen nell threatening him or what he was going to do, or that he threatened Pennell T A-: "No. Ho slid that he had been warned by tome frlendi to look out for Pennell, but that he considered Pennell to be a phis'cal couad, and that he felt no fear at all of him." Q,: "Did he ever tell you of having meet ings with Pennell after his divorce s Jt was commenced?" A.: "I think he spoke of one meeting, at least. He said that Pennell had been making a further appeal to hlra, and said thingo which Mr. Burdick under stood to be a threat of suicide. I thlrk he Bald he threatened to kill Mrs. Burdick and himself If that artt was not discontinued." MADE NO CONCESSION. Q.: "What else did he say took place at this conference?" A.: "Mr. Burdick made no concession. The meeting was fruitless." Q.: "Did he at any time after December, when his wile went away, talk with you about his mother-in-law, Mrs. Hull?' A: "Hii only remark about her was in telling me his story. He said: 'Mrs. Hull has itayed by me through all this trouble." " Q.: "Did you ever hear or any Ill-feeling between Mrs. Hull and Mr. Burdick?" A: "No. sir." Q.: "Now. did you receive any informa tion from any one -n the house that morn ing that led you to believe that they knew anything about who had done this busi ness T" A.: "No. sir." Q.: "And have you any opinion to-day?" A: "Ts. sir. Q.: "Based on knowledge or Just sudpo sitlon?" A: "Ba3ed on both." Q.: "Tou are tatlsfled In your own mind as to who did It?" A: "Satisfied as far as I could be without direct, tangible evidence." Q.: "Did you have any facts upon wblcli to base your opinion?" A: "I had bi. knowledge of Mr. Burdlck's character and I felt convinced that Mr. Burdlck's death was traceable In some way to this divorce O.: "Are vou Dossessed of sufficient fsfta cr Information now that you are willing to Sif..r . urie,Z2 "J-fV Jr- Vfr1 BurtUk." r murdered Mr. Q.: "Well, who was Itr' A.: "Arthur Pen- 1 sauon nere uy ..cr Vicjiiiijce ai a moaKu nell In person or by hired assassin." 1 ball In the Gexlreh Palace In bare feet and 3.: "Did you ver say this to any u legs, from the knees down. She lmperson ore Pennell died?" A.: 'Before Pennell ated a Byce, or Hindoo servant, who runs died; yes. sir." beside the carriage of his master. Q.: -'Why do you think: it was JnnU Her costume, which was as handsome as either la person or by proxy r' Al "Be- It wis scant. I SUtbjr accounted for by ths Fl'THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, MARCH 22. 1903. tat lVa' WMk. 3k Cfc ahu , ,, M, u i n j i n NTigiKSHXJ K ' ' A. ...-!. l.. A. Mvsv:;&.. '... - sv2& . ; V - - . .. -- . 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From what I know cf the 1-ltchen. hi mlijht have got in thrnugk a kitchen win dow, end I Eee no reson why he couldn't liavp hod a key to the liojre." Mrs. Seth T. Paine, anothr Important witness, has told of her acquaintance with Mr. Eurdlck and his w'fo and her mem bership In the Elmwood Dancing Club, to which they belonged. She vlslti with her husband at their homo and that of the Pennells. Bho give the following testimonj : Q.: "Do you recall the time that Mrs. Burdick left "her heme In December last?" A.: "Ye, sir." Q.: "Did jou about that time have a fact that Lady Mackenzie, who Is the meet expert swimmer cf her sex in all England. has beautiful feet. She was attended at the ball by 'Miss Balnbridge. Lady Constance Mackenzie spent three months a year ago In this country. Part of the time she was a member of a party which William C. Whitney entertained at Aiken, S .C. Her swimming -while at some of the Florida resorts attracted considerable attention. conversation with Burdick about his wife's leatlng home?" A: "Yes. sir." Q.: "Did he stale to ou the reason why hi wife had left homer A: "No, sir." Q.: "Has Mr. Burdick visited at your house since his wife went away in De cember, Mrs. Paine?" A. "Mr. Burdick was there one evening. The doctor was at home, but I don't remember when It was." Q.: "You have met htm freijjeiitly, have you not, since tho first of December?" A: "Yes." Q.: "Wrero?" A.: "I saw him at the Elm-v.-ood Dancing Club, and I have seen him downtown several times, on the car and on tho street." Q.: "Did you ever meet him by appoint ment""' A: "Yes; once or twice he asked me if I would meet him. I once taw him in a candy store up near the Gene.'e. Another time 1 don't know the name of tho place. It Is near Main and Summer stractB. It is a restaurant. That was perhaps six weeks or two months ago. I don't remember." TALKED OF MRS. WARREN. Q.: "Will you state what the conversa tion was that you had with him at that cafe or restaurant?" A.: "He told me that the g03-!p which had been going around about his wife was true, and that he had the necessary proof for a divorce. He also talked of a little friend. Mrs. Warren, in Cleveland, and tre question of her divorce." Q.: "What did he say about reinell?" A.: 'Teemed to feel very badly to think that this had come up, as ne had such a good opinion of Mr. Pennell; and that It made him feel very badly to think tlwt he would come Into bis family as he did. He said that Mr. Pennell had agreed to 'eave the cltv two )eara before, and had not done it, and that he agreed to do the same thing th's time, but Mr. Burdick said: "I don't be lieve him now.' " i : "You had rome communication with Mr. Burdick shortly before his death?" A: "Yes. sir. the day of his death." Q.x "Where did jou call lilm up? At his home or at 1.1a o"aco?" A: "At the office." Q.: "And what did you ray to him?" A.: "I answered tr-e questions tint he had, asi-ed me tho nlsht before. Said that I had not ?cn Mrs. Pennell. I didn't know w neth er they were In the city or not. We had wao cent ersatlon as to the coming dance, a' to whether we were gcini to be there whethtr ho was solng. would go. and he raid if the Pennells were not jrolng to be there he thought ho liould go." Q.x "You alfo talked with lilm otcr the 'plicne the previous right?" A.: "Yes. sir." Q.; "Now. Mr. ISurdlck w.-s In the habit of visiting oter ftt jour hou whn you lived on West Vtica street, Mrs I'aine?" A : 'He hod been there, ves, sir." Q.: "And ro hail- been there sutral times when lour friend. Mrs. Warrfn. was Ilt Ing.at your home?" A.: "Well, the night nhe ceme hf was there, nn! Mr. sril Mrs. Ilurdlrk took us to the theater: Mr. and Mrs. JJurdirk were there to Mpoer on Sunday night. I don't renumber whether they iok us to the dance or no:, but Mr. Burdick was there the night before she returned to Cltt eland." TWO DIVORCES THE TOPIC. Q.: "Now. at this conversation that jou had with him at this restaurant on Mali rtrcet. near Hummer, you talked about Mrs. W?rrcn obtaining a divorce?" A-: "Yes, " vj.: "And he was frolng to get his? A: "Ye-. I think he said he was eoing to get his." O .: ' She was engaged to a Clevnliuid roan?" A.: "Wc expected and thought she i w;i3. t.: "Do vou know whether cr not fore was anj- engagement or arrangement be tween Burdick and Mrs. Warren to be manlcd?" I neter heard of such a thing." Q.: "What did you do the night of Feb ruary 27?" A: "After dinner 1 put my lit tle girl to bed. Then I changed some of my clothes, and then I went downstairs and sat in an easy chair and read till about half-past 9. Then I went up to bed." Q.: "Did J'ou have any tatters or com pany tiiat night?" A: "No, sir." Q.: "Did you have telephonic communi cation with Hr. Burdick that night. Thurs day night?" A: "No. sir." Q.: "Did you eter hear Mrs. Pennell say that Mr. Pennell had threatened to do Mr. Burdick any l;arm?" A: "No. sir." Q.: "'What feeling did Mr. Burdick mani fest toward Mr. Pennell whether he made any threats against him. said anything about him, his feelings toward him?" A.: "Mr. Burdick said he would forgive 'Mr. Ppnnrll nil he had done If he would mam I Mrs. Burdick and that he would allow them iu nave uie uiuuiwi .a uwutua ji iuo year." Q.: "Did he say anything; about what hi feelings were?" A: "He said hs had been saa a m aa a iii ' aa jB?SHE3BBttaWp3gaBfWMige,m I Off Beg to inform their patrons and the public in general that they hare discontinued their optical business and have old Their Entire 0 Together with all Spectacles. Eve Glasses, records and Oculists' Prescriptions, to I 9 EL 1' m a - frjTirriiTnniT"i"-a'' '" r'"'"' ' To whom ail patrons desiring new glasses, repairs or re-orders are respectfully referred. 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H n'd: 'What .hoti rt I I 1I tho m&n for' How could I take cere or my !! en if I had a murder on rr.y hand . " the ions r the c-onduc; o: Marian Burdick on the stjiM Is studita. the more remarka ble does It appear. Her lf-pseesston ii'ver forsook her. althouiih It wan ev.de nt tict she felt sirorir e"no:lop nrri"; some passages of her twS.Iauny. On the other hand, the ery ccp'.etcnru o; her dcf-"i:e rai. In a eii--. h?r un doing; for she Ma'eil thlrp9 which "ore not in themsehes cedlble. ar! "he alfto contra dicted tc3tlmony wh'ck .-she 1 said to havo EH en when first examined. bioro the 'fam ily" influence had had an oppoitunlty to modify her thoughts, or the expression of them. SOME COUNTER STATEMENTS. Moreover, in denying thit she hid ever talKcd with her mother abeut her meetirgs with Pennell some months previous to thts tlm nnd had upbraided her for her con duct, tho child runs counter to the state ments of a letter written by her father con temporaneously, in which the writer could have no motive to toll other than ths truth. This was not the first time that Marlon bad shown her self-control and presence of mind In an emergency, uast August sue happened to be In an automobile In the lower pert of Main street, downtown, when she was alone for the moment: the ma chine was In motion, but she found that the brake or appliance by whlcn the power is controlled was out of order. The machine gathcrad headway, and In a moment was flylrg up tho crowded street at tho rate of twenty miles an hour. Though Marlon could not stop its progress she knew how to steer it: she did not scream, or try to Jump, but kept her hand steadily on the steering wheel and guided hor flight through the vehicles, trolley car and pedestrians that obstructed her way with the coolncsi and accuracy of a vet eran. The stable in which the machine was kept was far uptown, miles awny, in the vicinity of Delaware avenue. , Still moving with the spred of a railway train. Marion made the turn which took her Into this avenue, which runs parallel to Main street, a block or two to the west, and then, turning r.orth a;a!n. flew up the thoroughfare. In a few minutes she was approaching the stable, and thr the auto mobile was at last stopped, just In time, by a man vho caught hold of It from behind and climbed In. The little girl was not frightened or faint. The courige which had canted her through thts experience suffered no reaction when tho peril w..s oar; she was 'tho amc dom poed. rosy-cheeked child ns bfore. 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After devotional exercises the characters of the ministers were passed and the conference proceeded to the reports of the various preachers la. charge. While thlsi T.ta a little tedious. It cave an Insight Into the w ork being done by the church in North Missouri. This consumed the entire morn lrg. In the afternoon Doctor Hoghey preached to a large audience. At night the church-e-tession anniversary was ooserved. Doctor V.'illiam D. Parr of Chicago also delivered an address. No business sessions will be held to-morrow. Ths Bishop will preach In the opera house, and other prominent divines win occupy tho various pulpits in the city. The Blsho: fciEcctsi to read the appoint ments Monday, either In ths morning or afternoon. POLITICIANS TO SLEEP IN TENTS Pullmans Also to Be Sidetracked for Kansas Statesmen. REPUBLIC SPEaAI Topeka, Kas.. March 21. Bo much Interest center in the Seventh Congressional Dis trict Convention, which names a successor to Senator Dong on April 2. that politician from all parts of the Btate will attend. The convention will be held at Great Bead, where tho hotel capacity Is limited. An en terprising citizen will stretch, a dozen large, tents, which will be filled with cots for vis itors, while a dozen sleeping cars win ba sidetracked to accommodate the statesmen. It is stated that 2.000 men outside the dis trict will attend. THREE FAKIRS ARE CONVICTED. Hen Sent to Penitentiary for Swindling in Foot Races. RKPUBIJC SPECIAL. Carthage, Mo., March Ik Robert Boat right. Ed Ellis and Bert Brumley Vera founil guiltv It the County Circuit Court at Mount Vernon to-day, and each sen tenced to so tn years In the Penitentiary for being implicated In the fake foot radar at" Webb City. Fakirs have been operating about there for two years and It Is. estimated that per sons have been swindled out of thousand of dollars. 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