THE ST. LOUI8 REPUBLIC: SUNUY, UGUST?13. 105.
pbu U J.
ESPECIAL, can aaa row (or all Unas t
hictaa. Keyes MarataU Bras. User? Oa,
Si J8. Vandevemer ate.
EUREKA Storing and Moving .. bonded;
M4-3UC Chouteau: Kin. Victor 317: storage.
packing, tddpptng: furnftare bought and mM.
W ruYONS. cn otlre: rmv-lng and suvar
Co.; storage, packing and rhlpping: furniture
buagkt and cold. KJnloch D 1C": Beaumont WJ.
?ROLr Motrin and anwt Co. Large
ratided mot-rcg vans and ordinary ftiuua
e-7 far hire; private tcraarooaa; uaaay
-'.7 tared: St. Cnnta end East at. LsraTa,
menes: Rell. Can CI. Kin.. t- Clair MS-
:CTH Side Kr-ase and Moving Cn.. lstl-1-;
M'lliT st. !ll Sldcv TSC: Klnlo-h Victor ?.
MKMCM STMASE Ml (MTMi CI
Sw Ollr . Packlnx. hlpptnc ataranr
rate rownr. Phttx. Shin C3: D M71 W. H.
llccte Tut furniture, etc.: n-w and clean; Icw-
tt lns'-ira-c.-; careful moving, parkins and
Mir,lr.g. 1V)VIi-12 Chouteau Uceru-d by the
Ha and cjarantied by a trtttt bond.
pad Moving Co. Ixrre padded moving ear.
cl ordinary rurnltcre car fcr hire; private
norac-rooms; mui- advanced: Pt. IJoul and
lii--t ft. iV.u!a. Pub-: Rell. East i": Kiev
fcu Clair 3J.
L. B. LANCAN A CO..
IfWI t II5 SfMaa !t.
ea:it cnl lt htQfai; rt n. !n cltj: for
haf'tAng fumltur-. ;.Uis an. fcoyWioId
ksAr. Ifovlny. p-ulttn-? and piifl'lr.x fc-u-).
W Oe2 ji ip:laltjr, Kst!nit- Jirfullr
fwrnUfe-ii 'hifii Main ;Vi cl l
Un;i Srt- 1 will Ktor hftUfboM oo3s
Si ir r- Jumirj 'zti hov. Thirtnth and
h"-a?st t&rt: riK,rn -xr dttri th ijuMiq
In .i fjrt-dUj w-ir'rh'"'!:; ItihurT)" rite lowt
r. Hdrhou lr ftlr tnth r hin.
cfAf irr AIOHTKU riR!:PKO(lK
1v I'-O-, fur vtfK-Tlnj: f furniture. jIai.
trjnits Hl-at'l'. Jxx . rtc. ,!rtnly firct-clam
ttcirinsT j sck!iitj. hJiilt.aT. tc ur ir inMir-
ri K,t.;r.i fr- t our rati. lVth
; c - t3 t olir. K. t;. Iunorl Auction
ts27 SJanmiAJ. I
iFrn:Ti niiriittri.i.wMh.ioijir nJ
isr-tiU.; rf I Ix 770 t tuls.
l-inc nn'jIiatioTi fr-. SJ2 Waf-hlnicton.
iKKToJc Al:TJiITJt .;o:i-n "al r-r
f'l,,' ? Mx T1 Wayh'rrton ct-
""TAtT. lOn Mr Ah-oIutI Trr. AnT
iri-a rffrti'-iil with anjr Mkti- of the Fual
MMm &hcuM tI tht .iluabl lk. It te.I
fif ran ci i I InU at hem without
rxklnt? IiiK Monutth with Ftrnr p'imiilttr.c.
IrrlMtlnr rth!- TMru:ni. "pjn ffr Mn'
will e TTi.ill'ij j'jff to any fcJ'Ir" ujion r
.t If M- 2c starry nn lr"Uri It will
l- tt nt Jn t'.ln "I-1 fnIoi. Th Vaa Uirt
fc"l:ri mr font f. can !. toll frm cra'l
1. piav ih v hi! rn th- "on"!r-njrkr" I
' "lir ywi f.ic ! fc trlin fi-ts n'l 3 2,
atTir Mrth ! I will ,un-ri- lou lro?
lMVfrrt 122 Si-nth , Xs.rla HI
LATH!;. my r"ct:Iator tivt falN; xrrpl-T
triti-T f-- lir i: Man-, gja l-Tjiikliia.
I.AlHi iWMrinc trejtrr-rt. rtll J Whit-I-
J1JT IM1 Hi1 fi rhon lauriHmt IM
l.III- Iw 1 l"j'Tiro rom;-)uti'j; -nf.
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l.:II-ilv rtnJ li ruaraJili: JI a box.
M" lan? il(7 Vhlrcim
fcTPn wllfljoTTiixft t a lllii -n Mr- !I.1-
3ju1 imrntnt I ?t iirl'- CTtl 3Ttrcan
S o lt-cutli;2" C'r.tm!; i P.-rptIj rl5v
-t Ioni:t. i;ic ftst.nat. iliifrt:ratlrc ab
.. r il rairw. ituf In tlir t fiv ias: T.o
j-iio li3irixJlntmnt rr ln,rffrence with worU.
1'v im!l ; Writ i- .mhlnsroi n-tnei2y
- I'.'t ft n K.n4 rty. Mi.
1. K ln'tuia- ffmtl" .lir'i?s a jrfcialt;
T yt-ei su 'Hvfii: irrl'-nc. prfVt wT!
p ii Jurn i.flnttit ni. jn'y rrvt. :Hat.
!nr rpir-jt 0 lifn jv rt.J cttlenin jhi
n. hnr c.mfrt t-!I1 ta!c tne t Ticrk;
I T)i t m "' "llv .
MNirri:iV; Mrc;ir. 4inr Uit!i. S2CJA
1 ! Oiti -i-tlng an I Sui'ar.
n ht Ifcvtn- I, al'A Mmtlih- lami!at'r
le Id t rlv in :( !.. thN a:ri!te lf 1I
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ti ! :- !.,-! jtrlc" J fr
nifi tr ! t v,,r., x d..r!t o. -ur i Tv-;tjt
ts hr-r 1 u;i-u! s I Iw-i 47. .j .-.
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nlr-in I al. j-.f I -n iv.iit i7 In u-jfU.
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? fJ wTtr , t., t.- also 1 u mnfinrnin:
q" i in- n!rftfi2 -"UII or writ. r.V
ftVeth - t) 1 f!c3r S I-nuI
lt:. MfMTtllt .miiii. son KTCI.
t-"n.i i) .u 't-sfullv tr-a:-! r"U.n
-n - ti t ,i r,-r ,iii air write
MME."WiHH"ss:E AfD MA93ElrmMET
"ii - il li-rf -il ti'irMr' p-rt pjv
in wnv ..., 1 rnnKiin
'm untl rurJ an cas- or !!-
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MfiBY ARTHUR, 2631 WASRIIBTIR.
I-Vi" . trrjbIN ca- fully tr-atsl cnfin--
mt iir" n r--i I.a-!, av tm
r3nftr.ni--nt art i-tloa. trains rur.
tanl l-e-fnitj HiiJ 'I't fcnSrsfrnfij Iriant ne
".nmi-Jd I in n -tar .j.'-'t tanct 7nnr
MffS. Dm. BRIDGES,
1 j fi l I t r c fr. l.mr i m to
MRS. DR. MARY MURPHY
fa?i: 9 I ptrt tf iJJr.? j iri tr In nork a
,t jiMrct u
.a-; t l j-u-Tte-ja. c.3jr t-- ni t,IU.
aaltartj! f T --nfir.rma- t n tr.if. city irtf
a.r r I J v c xr r rt tr4lni t r-
Iwt m. ! fm! ttTUt)I nkrifilj
t-ata-J rs ftM" rr,rnc UJI whn
t- -Imc a rHU"tt- mi7j air writ- n
DOCTOR HOGAN. 2215 OLIVE.
MMIcrti aM r-sl--Jl :. of crrn a
l-r!It lt-cul-r 3 UctmhI
Itlem tvcHwl a .nr !It ? nl
.:nnt r n m-Tit? ifn' !citpi. If .
iTtrl ttrlntf tnir r cenfrn.ia!! rwll
; 1te tr- r,e"'na' inyjltati-n ?t.
DR. ANNIE NEWLAND
r V O..? J -', I e vfcr n dnrtre
2ii ent Jfe j r c 18 anl . t-wThr'
art tr'.r at .' y rrir ! 'itabl :
MRS. L. HOTSON.
t T y r f ivr "fn r-;r itist i
c mn: I " " rif Tt X"lni nir
Jr Uw ?aV " writ
Ittrjnratfd. .Kl C'. 51 Im A n-:v t
trtrvat fr iTreo tv-f -r and durtrc (."vcflie
raat. tth ve- fc "y tr t"-tr r- and
rr.t.clt' - e-,tV.T a"pT-i f ca that
-a to v d tv. ry adcplln tf ri!-.-!
r.r-Mt 1 i rfrt at tra.a. or ta
.f t tir to T'3!j cjnd u cur d-.r
Every Lady Should Know
T5e octy r-T'd'r rr,'J. nuarar.tes! letsat rp
aratVvn.. are Mme Kalle .-tasYj". they r-'l-llvcV
rrevent and csr freck'ee rlmr4e- tlavk
head. tac. tJOMsa rca a&! k-n th com
!t.w beaotiftit Nlacira bmr UVacJv. too
fla Ktd. i-c iVecpleaion Cr-aa! Wc. lt.st
) 1. If. Pol. lit EsaTl. tie. U llkTi
T ct ii; ld y itretr!l ererytraere lalv
.lesor..iratce at arid ma.l rrder fiMel tr
Irani Leader M U.'.!. e nt at-v v
rrbTr very tltx-rel te-r-. trli sray
rvtrtch Tnlie; Ci. .M. Iulf. Rill erdera
i fj Fallal r-r trvlisrr.ta &r Ms.
IX-dlne e.jn.er y lrgt t
jcr di- b-f T and dsnas coaswtaest. tha
ctl r:ifr- I? s- ls--tai. In tfc' clry Is
vna'rs of resaUr ceraej lhjirlaa. s: dl
;t(;rf ele'ee. recce cct u my tc and
conipare It te- pia-: 1 ara srft
eece ecrT ard tartly, hjttfsl eJ-cal
attistw ktrd traetaatK. rvctfce-Iy care and
hSe c5rnftai ad-tlcn If etlr-l. Ud'e.
treated' ea-e itarcfaMe la all ca. can.
T?al3 fte and ee!VSetial: la-ftea :n aa-.
retrret cai-lnt. ? Warttoyeai aia
mvwvvt of 5BetewecXare. tr
nVTtini weattee txieet. fcr Wc. at Craa
tdV 5 S ratareTKurH. a-1 Oamt
CKMTBAI.R. 9. aa4 Caaaawrdal TMaaraali
riaiL aw (Mrra. aaeaad fcor; dar and aJcnt:
haay mm anUaajaa-teacher: taltfea t: poal
uoaa accarai; crowaed. Botor aebcob net tae
aaat; eaaaaat aa: a aave taa
ta tha SI. laali
; on tor rtrcalar.
THB BERUTZ SCHOOL. OP UkSGVAGES.
Odeoo. Grand are.; dty brarch. Centunr bide.
tiltANO PRIZE ST. UJUIS EXPOSITXUK. H.
Schocl open all the 3 ear.
ACME CAUrET CLE.XIX CO . Sc per yd.
...r . . V.1 . ... 1.1. f
vwil iai9B. m.r - .t..i i.
Ajac.riiw c."-aro .rs-i .jci..h .. -
netv cleaned and renovated: made rrr anc
laH. Nlnleenlh and Pine. rVaumont . P t
K...V .. 1.H mf-
CHICAGO Steam Carpet CJeanla CC Car;:.
rn-ja?e t.i Ilc Ilfce nw: o!k upholstetms.
TI. l.ln 3iC: K'n. Ivl IC1. 3S I'lnner.
UMPIRE Si-am Carpet Cleanins Co.. W. wa
terman. Jlanar Carwt renovated: '.zc'it ilxw
new. 3J3 I.ucaa. Tel. Baumont IM: Kitt C V
Porclaln anJ G!(l Croame4 Briilae
wnrk. Palnlf-Hl txtractilic. 5a Klvtn.
rial of all kind. Prices moderate.
DR. E. C. CHASE.
.. K. reatER TH AD tOCtST.
KW THE IEMTAL MMS
atcBUala. aataMused Ivr . cta.
Ji. W. Comer Uraadaay aaa
Ollie. Itntra&ce jej ullva a.
Uatractlnc r'KKE al.en teeta
ar. ordered. Xaraeat and oideat
drnal establishment In Uie cll.
We employ tee moat ektiUul
cia ta the profemion. All nora
auarante.i. Cti-ulttl-jn FRCb.
Im net Ionic f'ir ciirap demlata.
tut come to u and aet rellan..
work at loacat pricea. Open
dally from t a. m. to p. a-.
and Sunday trum ta a. am. U
: p. a-
DR. A. AT. MOmCR,
!:. (Tcwi and lrl-l work a apejiaJty.
Kxaminatlvn trea. I"ranUln ae. Entlro
jxruuiJ-i mini uri '11 " ........
ii'ii'Lrxj'i.iijinrwir..ri" ' 1-1 ----.------
Laclepi: ir.rniE. no. zl 1. o o. r..
tr.mi lerr Thurtday eienlaic at f o'clorlc.
odd Fellos'a Hall. Ninth and Olite trt.-
I WA1.DROX. N. !.
J. T. Luston. SO St. Ferdinand street. Sec-r'ary-
W1UET E7.CA1IPHEXT. NO. I. I. a
" ueeta avrry second and fourth Moo
ter at hall No t. Odd Fellows HalL comer
Nlatn bOd ollte tre-t. Ail leitlna patfiarena
are inft coratallv mallei and n)mbt.rft ratat
tamestly requeited to attrnd. tv.rk In detrera
e-..ry Hi.n W. U HL'UIUHII. C 1.
F. O Rlva.le. Scribe.
ta iu)KV unmn no. 1 1. c. o. r.. odd
U Feliowa Hall. .-.,uth-at Comer .Nlni
an J Olne ntieta Meclt every Tueajir eiea-It-K
at & o'cl'xk. All iiuna I'ro'.cr ar. scust
ardially Invited. M'Oitfa ar earnestly e
Uited to attend. lrsrra mork Ly team. A
UiKf numtrr t rreniNra ar- r-iiie'g-i to at
tend our nest ruertinic. KrvlTHjIH-
w i. RKi:r. n. c.
Attea': C S. i:lesL. Ueror.Ilnir recrtrr.
WK.'GENUMJ LOIMJE. NO. IT. I. O. O. F.
ueeta the eecind and fojilh MtnOayn of
each mcrth. l'ratemal huIMtna. Elr. nth and
Krxnklln avenue, rcm No. 2. Work In she de
arer even uiectlt;. Vultbra are itrdla'.Iy la-.-tted.
FKANK It. REODtCK. N G.. SMJ Tfcomaa.
Ike ll!:clif. Id. Secretary. 1111 N. arah at
KMUHTil OF PYTHIAS.
"- iiii i i.i - - r ninjru
CiiEVAUiru LjoCGii. no T5. k or P.
Cactle Ha'l la Od 1 JVI1 Tcintilc. Ila'l
No 2. lrt:t!i !!vr. !t-cu'.ir imetlntfi v."V
V.-lne,U4V veninpat o'clock fhJrp. Itu'ln''
f l:ni-rtjino. V.!rraday evening. August 1..
1C Viltlnjc kntglit-i alna4 -aelct.nie.
CIIAS ' llEIINKK fZ n.
Attest: L.t:!t w. svirsenfr). K. of It. x &
Ad'ilet.. No. aa Arenal atreet.
DAMON I.OIKJK. NO. . K. OF P.. MEETS
every WeJneJa eveninc In Odd Felloae
iut!1lrr. Ninth and Olive att-ft. --ver.th fisor.
la li.Il N. - at S oVlw-k. tV!r.F.!aj-. Ju!v 'Jt.
Vi.s!nes m-ilnr ilensl-r t!iictrJ. VHitis
t n.ther ctdially mvlttd
H R. Ilermel. Ji. of R. ft rt . No. SSS lar
PARAGON IjOt-Gri NO J. K. Ol? P
u.-et fliat onl third M&ndv- jeh rnortS.
e'ehth flior odd Feiiom t.ul!d!nc. Nln:h ae
Olive. Vlfltor Invt.el ml rr'mt-rt es-cl 1.
. ''!!A.K IlBrtVX. 1 t
Jo V. Wvatt. K. of R AS
Pkj.miuu l.olx;e. no. :. k. or iv.
nvts every Jlnn'iav ev-nli-c at Cutla
Hill. OJf elw. bulMinr. e-ven:h rl.r. tall
N- a Next ai-etlnt tvlll t- hli .vujufi ;t.
IS Wurk In tl-- rank cf Knulr M.rnl-rt
nie r'-'rttcd to ! j.t--n: Vteltorv -l--a.
r r MNLi:roN. c. c.
J. r. r.-tte Jr 1C of R. i s.. 31XA. sain
f pUIDB OF THE WliHT. NO. . K. OF P..
I I meet erry Tu-tjay evenlr.sr at "at'
.. ... .K.u..v.a.. u.i... ti ..Jllll 4:11 wlttfV-(
tr-et, Urull.' Hall Mrnlerv ar letiUeKcd
t utttrd. Vijitlnc b-otis-ra w.lctne.
WM. J. HSIIER. G C.
Aert rirenfr. K. of It & S
ROHEKT l iWVAS I1; No l. K.
if 1. ro-ei. everr llondar vnl:ic a:
o'clock u Hall . nturv liuildlnr. N'n'h
ind u'.lv tret Mcnuaj. Ausu't H. mrk la
rar.k cf EJlr" Mmle: ar.- ipjutstcd t al
ien J VMWry vv-lcom-.
WM. II HOI.TZMANN. f C
Aet Her.n" II. IrfieWrt. K cf 1 & t!
Wasiiinmton ii:e no 1. k or 1.
Centunr liutMlns. Ninth ai.d llvc Frj
lav evenlr Ausuft :-. at :2 oVIerje. rank rf
Kfiicht M-rr.lTs ijue:d to att.nl VUin ra
'ln tl V AKXIJT. C C
Ilerrv- llarrr. K
R -fr !? JJ'-i M ircan t.
Z meets ,MonJ..y ev-nlnu. Accuet 11. in Jvll
ll.EMV l.lH:fi C(, si I. K. OF I'..
No. 1. tnth ?.r C-tiTury tuIMtrx at t .."eloca,
Iraiartnt hu-!n roeilnic JIerc!-T. ikh-i-1
anu vSn n O'r.llal! ltvl-.nl t. attni.
imiteJjX, C C
Atte!: O M Iro.ks. K. of R. a 4.
P O. Roa 1;
infitii:n oRtir.K or hi:ii m::.
mINNETOXK TEHIE. NO 4J. lit.
rrove.1 ijri'T f ll-l Men. men. erry
I'-ar evenir.c at ItrcluV Hall. Nlith r-1
Market :r-t" Votk 1) tlie Jrni.-e team test
rsT 1- s Im.' frnoi-
Hi.-'ii'i'i Ti-.inr no -1. improved
f orjrr of Hed 11-n. tr. evrrv "njjr.
:a eveiinc at oV: k. the.r vIk.tvam.
r ti-r .-evetittnth nl Wah tr-i All vl:t
Ick trct-'-.rr. r . atlj nvit.i t. rn-e. n.tfc mv
W irV.mi'PI.l-i IC ill!
STANMNG EUC TKIItK. NO 15. i7.
proved o-der f I.1 ,v., meet. erety
Frl3a) Hleep. a: 'ojh'ul ecrnir Sv enteiui
ard Wash tre-t Adcrtlon d.-ie. cocfred n
ta fl!K. .-arrl.Jr, d.r- on tfc. eecond. Chif
Oactta on tL. third council alee? of eecti w,a
.t!a caief. ae.ccm..
a- r KVIGHT C cf R.
. Imetoi-caett. tMt
t.T. 3 Ruml-r Sachem
- - - -i.-- - -r - -IH-II-.-.H n 111.0. LiLiiionrt
INfKPENlENT ORIKlt Or l"OKKT.i:
1 urt tte.l S-'t 1J. No 1J meets ew-ry
teT. anl f'urlh tldav in Ihieliter'e H"I
1 .uC--a.t c rri'T Ta-1 tip! Ka n avei je. at
t t.l IWlilC hrt.-n r rlUlr -., rrre.l.
IJOTOR F P PtRKEI!. fil.r Ranc
lis-ton and Kj-Ill av.iuj.
lrar.X siane. Kvcvrd'nc v-:arTt
vnth and Hazard rt.
ST LOS.1S TR. DIVI.iION v ;. I.
tr It U t-. m'tlt ;-) eeccnl and
r.'Ph wdrtaj a! : p rn la Ateher Halk
JS--n ani Tark aven'.ea Viitlsc tafatVni
re co-dlalle tr.vltd.
MR- Oomnc TU.T Pr'i-nt.
ar G-r-t Hn. t-ecr-tr. ; s b -.ng are
STAVD.VR1 COUNCII.NO U.1 NATIONAL
v. nt30. Ninth nl lUrten street Meex
ir. ?rt ard thrt. i!-rdav. cf t monia
V." R. liEOlNGTON. !-vy. 5 Arxal
AElIi- TEMPIJ1 NO i RATHRONT) Sl-S-t-.
meta vry (!rt ar.l thirl Tiurt
cr n'h: of each month at the tdcn. Flasey
aal Grand avaat. A orcUl etoST:e .3 v
ltw. itO. FRNCE ror-StVORTH. V. E. C
l Gasxtle ftreet
Mrt. Kaunrrr t"ol. 5 tf R. ic C. ::
RTIUJNE SISTERS. EXCEIJ.IPR TEM
p. No. :S. aei etery oond anl fjtn
JTlJar ef each tr.th at Acch3r HaiL Park
aed ;!Traur. acv. V:chri yet:el to b.
rrreat ata iiun crltal:- invites
11RS. TltidE GIUVES M 72. C,
12. Teiaa avesa..
Ml'. Aua Jenser. M- ct R. of CU n k
cikt mr.r. u
GEORGE TTASinNCTON LOCGIl NO. .
A. F . 3f vni b-Jd atl cwrno.
rtcattos Toeay. Arrat . I js i. m. Etisl-tat!-a
of eandi'tt.t ard enrk la tfce KerUiw
crart der. Viaitars altt prsr-n- crr.;a-:
Se JOIIV Kxrp. .V. M.
IVTtt. U. KvWJa Jr . ttrT.
missorRi uotWK. no i. a r a. m.
i atl enaaarcck-aiVia en Tt.Tlar.
Acaa-t :i at ? iv m. Eaaslcatlcrj fcr al
vaareesect. F C decree. c--r vlait
Itai kretSren are leBeated to atte.i
HCS'HT U HflUjvn w w
R. TWiir . Secrrtary.
EIGHTEEN - YEAR
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Kdward Itartliardt, Who Ik Atcufcod of Itein;: MpihIht of (Siintr of
itooming-IIonse Suak Thieves. Declares He Is lnnocont of
Stealing Tried to Commit Suicide to Save Pareuts Prom Dis
sraee. He Says Fears Others Will "Do Him" When They Get
Chance for His Telling of Their Depredat inns Would ltehave
Himself and A 1 lend Church If He Were Free Xow.
E'iuarJ llurth.irdt. hu lS-year-old toy
lw 1; held at the city jail charged '"
tlie pulice with liurgUrj" and latcvny.
.stoutly contcinN that he Is binoo-nt "J
Intent or knowltilgu of Hip crimes rharsca
auainM him. lie itlrlliutcM hU prolica-iiu-iit
to U-i'l company, and saya that were
h jjivtii lii liberty he would be a model
"Had it :t len for the company I
kej.t." Mid Eurtli.irJt. "I tnisHt iiovv I a
free and liouet ouns man and a freillt.
in,;c.ul .r a dl-srate. to my pat-enis".
U'J.at I wouM like to do would be to atari
life- over .icaln. but It is too lai now.
Wht n hetn at the Jail Burthardt denlea
that lie ttas KUihy. and faia thkt had It
not Irt-en for evil companions he would
ne.r have ln arretted. Asked how ha
fell in uith lad company, he ald It waa
liec.-u:e he was not K?pt busy enough an'J
had too much time to Idle away.
I n.er tole a thine In my life. said
i:ur:h:i:ll. with tmphusdt. "and that a
the irmh. :i G'.'s my judco. I Ursa met
John WHmiii. one of tlie g:.nu who hs
Imoii arreeteil on th same charge as I.
about :! w.--k-s ao. I was driving a,
wacnn lor a nmvine man. but was only
w.irklnn etra and had plenty of time t
Imf around. Tt was. at such times that
WiNen would shnn tip and ak me to S
walking with him about th city.
"Viln and I wouM walk about and
to if around for hours at a time. On suca
111. wlien we had walk'M around for a
time tvnm won!.! say thdt he was" tired
and -t:cei thai we rent a room that he.
niinht lake a Jeep. I often wondered why
he w.K :- lir-vl. but did not suspect any
thing aron:. and when he wnnt-d to rent
a. room I would acre.-, one of the places
when? we r"nsd a room w-a at No. W
vl.imbV ytr-l. After we had renteil the
i. Mini I j.nid to Vllon that I Ihoiurht 1
would so and fee the cartmnn I work-d
for and -te If I could not Bt somethitiie
to do. ps my father and s-iter. Slella.
were 'ick at the time, and I wanted to
heln them :i muoh ns t-ilMe.
'I went to f" mv father and I-tfr. r.na
on mv v.jiv bnrlc to the rm Wilon h-""!
rented I ia-M.l Ilraun's lufls. at X. IS
lli'l ie -tre t
I kiw .lohu Caev in front of the ln.ijce
find h- r.'keil me wliere 1 waa colnR. Then
he toM tne to hurrv. be.-aue the jstnif had
leen lfHiklnc for me. lie .old thtt he tll-l
not know when they were, and e alk"l
alonif the street and found them on the
comer Vi!on and Ilrann were st:indlnjr
on the oirntr T was iroins to co Into tl.e
!i..i: -vlier- VJlen and I hnd rented the
room", but he called lo me and said r.ot to
hi: i ; hows suspicious.
"I thought that something wt.m wronst
bv- the nav thej- spoke. 50 I walked over
to thin and told them they mu li.tve
lone Himethlns wintic. Thn Wil-on prom
lnl me -erne money If I would stick to
th.-tn. Well, after that we all w-nt over
to Xlraun'!' h"iir.-. I waited !onnst.tlT.
and after a few minute Wilfou ranm
THE r.l.fi: AN1 THR GRAT MEET! AT
the !(-. tt tba M'oourl HtMorical So
c:e:y. N". : Iocutt :ieet. upco evil of th
t mniard nt. JOSEPH ROYCBi CncTaia.
i: c II hblr. Flrtt Senyeant
VOLUNTEER riREMEN's HISTORICAL
!lety meet, third Sandav of TrT
month. 3 V. m . N. la Lccuet atraef. All nt.
1uta oluater flreasen are Invlte4 to attMML
JOSKPH ROYCE. Praald.a.
Frst.k M. Rrroks. fecfetara.
KUaiTS ASjD I.ADIKS OF rcnUTT.
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HARMONY COUNCIU. NO. M. K. t U Of
r. raeeta weonl and fourth Patnrday tn
lurlo Hall, the odeon. Grand and Finney ara
na A cordial aelof. t- v-ljito-a.
MART P. I-IVIMAT.
No 1A old Mr.eh-ur road.
llrtk Ji-r.en. Financial SeretatT.
Ni ril p!evit G-vrrle-n avenj.
ORIIKR fOLlMltltl KXIUim.
PL.YAIOITH ly'irKSE. NO . O C K..
aeet tn ecead and fourth Tu.aiara
r,f each msnth In lml'lana Hal). No Rl
North Vandfventer av-.nue Menleti requet.
ed t-v a!rd i!n-.ter of tltr lodaea and
vtvitlsc Lrtthtr.f the or.r alaay veelrema.
ROT M CflUJNS. ITwldrnt.
John I Gorraaa. hecretarj. No. 110 Arling
ORDER or SCOTTISH rUaXS.
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el-.N IX1 GUA5. NO. S. ORDER OF sa XT
t.'tti Can, neeia fir: and third Taat
dava cf each meats : Wot atte Hall, camar
f Graa.1 and Ealcn aver.ca VUltl;. tiaaa
taes ecrdia"e tnvltea t; attend.
TOM nrMONTR ChlL o'.iv-a and Farak.
Attest IXTld Miliar, eecr.ury. No. Silt
IWITF.D ORDER OF FORRTERS.
COI'RT T IJriS. NO J. V.MTL7 OR.
der cf Frrrt.r. meets every Srrt nd
third -oeJay ef each rr!h. Fraternal baild
irc Ktsiii and Franklin averue. rrv i No.
i at raeeilr.a Atiot IS. Meraher are
rtr-cVd to re trent and vitliora are cor
dlaUy !:.tlted. In F V.
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. Krlirnt. ef Fathe- Mlttet. rr.eeta aa
f.r-t aad thud Monday cf eae- roocth at w.nnrt
t-aV lr;eeth tetvteen RMdle ani O'Falloa
ttrceta. All rtaher. req-aeated to be preaeat
J'1IN M IIENXEST. Chief Sir KnlaHt.
Jorn J Sr5lfr. Rajcrder.
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cacara. Nra. isi Holusd ItaUla-A
c&rOal "eirta:. to Tlatun. trtaada. hrttaraa
and oemb-ra froat atruai.
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J. . Krccasty.
- OLD BOY IN JAIL ON BURGLARY CHARGE
ATTRIBUTES HIS PREDICAMENT TO EVIL
down with I wo bundles and told me to
come for a walk to a pawn shop with him.
lie panned an overcoat and an umbrella
at one place and then he a.sked me tu
rawn sme stuff. I tokl lilm I dkl not
think everything; was on the itquare, and
he told me that the stuff belonged to
llraun. lie r.iM that Braun waa breaking
up housekeeping, as he intended lo leave
"After a while we went back to Hraun's
house, and Wilson brought out a couple
more bundles and we set out fcr another
pawn shop. I took one of th bundles
and pawned It. and Wilson pawned
the other. He rot SX for Ms stuff.
Kd Braun followed us up and came to mu
and asked me If I was bore at him. I said
no. bat that I did not want to ico to his
house again. I waa trying to pawn a bun
dle ut No. 111S Morgan t-treet. while the
rest of the gang waited outnidc. The
woman at the place- told me ehe did Mot
want to buy Ike muff, and I went outside.
She must have telephoned to the cops, for
one came up to me nnd asked mo w here, I
got the bundle. The reit of the Ratie had
sneaked, and thin ho took me to j.iil."
Burthardt. who wa more than willing
to talk, although he declare,! th it he wai
Innocent, said that he had been arrested
before. That was two days after he had
first met Casey, h said. He lad been ar
rested on a charge of grand Ijrceny, but
was afterwards acquitted. lie wax asked
who was the leader of the gang, and said
they were all trailers.
DBNIES THE LEADERSHIP.
"But went you not the leader of the
gang as reportedT Burthardt was asked.
"How could t b the. leader of a gang of
robbers." h replied, "whin I never stolo
a thing and did not know that they -er
stealing stuff? I never thought the gang
waa atesUlng stuff. If I had 1 would not
have kept company with them at all.
"But how did It happen that you and
Wilson rented 'so many rooms? h was
"Well. I thought It w:is nil on th
square," :ins.verel Kurtliardl. "I never
thought hat the otheni would comn and
rob the hoiwi after Wilson and I had
rented a room. I am as innocent as anv
man could be. and I am not afraid to tell
the truth. I have said that I um not
guilty, and tliat Is the truth.
"Tha rent of the gang havrt threatened
to rii me." went on Burthardt. "and I
think they will If they j;,.; trm chance.
They aro Just tl. fellows to ! ii. and
they havi itromired m! that lli-y will lis
tne as soon as they g. t t!i chance. Thtt
lias been un reason why t would not
want to get out of Jul, for the moment I
did. and they were free, tl.ev would soon
put the finish to me. When Caey.
llraun. Buttcral! and I were loek'd up In
th same cell in the holdover I lin-t raw
wlip.t woul'l iupien to me. all Ix-caUM I
told the truth, and they am horn urt ac
count of It.
"Butterall said to me. !. yoti know
rr.t T I aaid. "No; I'm tellRic tl truth,
and I don't st-al good-." Tin n Braun
cr.l me and i..-iiI. 'Ildn". I always
feal y.ou, right? Ion't you know that I
could ha.- got ynu out of you- eni alt
er ".on Te pinched without ".our squeal
ing and getting us pinched?" Hutterall
grabbed m- bv lh thmat. but Bnun told
htm not to choke me there, and I ran to
the ceil ri"r and clled to the g-iard and
h put me in another II. When I waa
going out Butterall s.iid. 'Walt until I
get him in the J.til yard.'
"Wliv did I try to commit suicide? Well,
tliat was becui. I did not want to dis
grace my parent, and st 1 thought tha
tt thing I could do would be to 5!
When I took the step I wanted to d. I
thought it would be better if I wero dead
than that 1 should lli dlscracM ta my
father, mother and lterr. I had about
" matchc.4 in mv pe:ket. and I took tha
In .ids off thn all and pu: them In my
drinking cup nd drank thu solutio.i.
I-KAYE!" FOIi KOUGIVENUSS.
"B-'fore I drank the stuff I prayed to tho
Iir.l Jesu to forgive me for taking my
own life ard to forgive me for bringing
disgrace on all my family and friuiib-. I
knew that 1 was Innocent and I did not
have to prn for f orr I, cness fcr tliitt. Then
I drank the -vtuff. I wanted to die and I
was mad when tr doctors aed my life.
I am no good to anyone now and might
Jut aa wed be dead ami out of the way. If
1 wa dead people would soon forg'-t about
me and then my people would not be dis
grace!. leath is better than dlscrac.
ir.d an 1 am disgraced forever now I might
better be dead. I will not be able to liva
ilown my past and even if I tried some
one would rememlxr and keep throwing
it up to me or my people-
"They'Il neer send me to Jail or tha
Workhouse, for that would be too much
of a disgrace. I know thiy won't d-j It
aa long as I am able, and I think that I
Burthardt was akM If he would again
attempt suicide should he he sent to Jilt.
He repli'd that he would not say what he
would do. but that he would never co to
"I'm innocent," ha said, "and I don't
see why thev would .end an innocent man
to Jail. If I'had been guilty I would have
confessed before I trltd to commit suicide
tefere. What reason would I have to die
with the guilt on my soul Then waa thj
time I would have confevsed. I Intended
to die and trird hard enough. 1 wrote a
letter lo my father and mother lfnre. I
tried, and If I tad been guilty I would
have told them. And they'll never send
tae to the Workhouse, for I won't let
them. TH do something before I'd bring
disgrace like that on my family.
"If I were to get oat of Jail now I'd be
the best young man rrw'lhle. I'd go to
church regularly, tike I ued to before I
got Into bad company, rd work every
day. and when Z was not working I'd star
at homa with my father end mother and
brothers and sisters. I'd be as good a
son as I possibly could, so that no one
iuM have a chance to say anything about
me. but I'm afraid that it's too late now."
Win n Burthardt s-p'ke of his father and
mother and the time he attended church
and had not kf.pt bad company his lips
quivered and tears came into his ee. Ho
lookid repentent enough and his sorrow
was far Irom sham.
WAS llKOrGHT UP niGHT.
"I hope my friend, will not think hard
of in." contlnuid llurihanlt. "I made
the ml-'tak" of guilds into Kid com
t.auv. and that i- tho reason why 1 nra
In J.til to-day charged with being a crook.
I tu-ver watiteu to lie bad. and I am still
the r.tnio way. but It finri as thot'gh I
ntn to 1. tho'.-lit a crook because I was
!u the company of those other fellows.
That's what lud company does for a fet
low. and any bov that k-eps bad com
pany is jut ni apt to be wliere I am to
day ns any cr ok In the J.ill. I wIMi T
had remained nr I w when I was a,
goud toy and behaved myself. I used to
go to church regularly and was a good
r.s any bov could be. What I don't want
to think is that my friend '.till think me
a crook. I want them to know I am in
nncer.t. Wlin a imin'si going to die. as I
Intended the other day. he ain't going to
hide anything, if 1 waa guilty I cou'd
not have di-d with the stain on my soul.
I should have wanted to rnnfess, and then
after lint I world be willing to die.
"I had a good home nnd km brought
up rlicht. Mv parents were not wealthy,
but thev trained me right, and if I hail
lone as- they told me I would 1- a. free
man lo-diy instead of lielnit locked up In
j.ill. hi that everyone thinks l m a croon. "
A GOOD PRISONKIL
The guard.i at the Jail my that Burt
hardt I" a r""d prisoner end does not
make tne le.-.t.t trvtubl... He keep? to him
self wh'ii lie Is allovre.1 out In the pit for
his .xercif". .t other times he Is con
fined to his ell. Mhcr h sits moodilr
without n word V.'lien he Im allowed In
the pit for hi- exercise ho T"ilks up and
down at the farthest side from the en.
trance, and has not a word to say to tho
A cbse watch Is kept over h!m by the
guard.". wl:i after his attempt at siiicldo
have fran d that he would try again to
take his life.
Burthardt v.-n-s the first of n cans of
five to he nrreifd charced with burclary
and laretnv. The m"tIiiM of the g-ing.
the police av. was to rent roo:ni about
the city nnd tfhen the olhr occupints
of the Iioit? wrn absent to steal everv
tliliiT that could be carried away. The
sti-alln-.' operitlon" were usually confined
to iniiiln'.-. wl loh the niembfrs of the
gung would put on over their own.
Braun. I.uttrial! and Casev were nr
restml on August 1 at a room on Bid-He
street. In th" rconi more than Jl."
worth of to!en property wit" found.
John WIInn. who Is known as "Sol
dier." was arrested Iat Sundiy. After
h' arp'Pt !n copfesed to sevi i":ll of the
irin'.- and "nlii that Ih.rtliatdt and he
would r'!!! tii" rooms together and then
ko through tho other rooms In the houe
a. soon a the occupants left.
The police tMnk the gang is responsi
ble for several hundred house burgtiries
that have l-cn committed within the last
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and famed for her beanty. Her betrothed is a grandjoa off D. O. JUlIs, tha raoltl
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DISCUSS PUCE OF
ADMIRAL 1 BATTLE
Naval Experts Advance Idea That
the Commanding Officer's Ship
Should lie Kept Out of Action
Washington. Aug. 12. Nothing so much
illustrates the changed condition of saval
warfare as the discu-vlon now going tin In
naval circle;, both here and abroad, aa
to the proper place for an Admiral and his
flagship when engaging an enemy. In tho
old days it would bo heresy to supposo
that the place of a flagship waa an) where
Put la the van, and there sne naoiiuaiiy
wa. with the battle Sags flying from
every m.iMlKad. wrapped In a cloud of
smoke and both broadside, actlre as ana
blazed the way to victory.
Now it Is urged, and urged as a vital
thlrg. that the flagship be kept out of
action altogether, and that tt be a spo
chilly designed vessel of high speed, with
an observing station high above the water
Una and signal masts well above, the fun
nel smoke and at least SOD feet In height.
This vessel Is mt to Join In battle; she
must take her pl&ce tn the rear of tho
fighting line and direct Us movements In
the name war as does the general of an
The General would have, couriers to take
hta order to the division commanders,
but the Admiral would dispatch his by
fast scout vessels or by awlft torpedo
craft. Ho would also employ his signals,
but If the signaled ships should be so
wreathed alxiut with the smoke of battle
that they could not make them out. then
their fast running craft would bring tha
"The question of how to provide an Ad
miral with the means to fight his fbet."
sas Commander Bradley A. Ftske of tho
United States Navy. In a pri2e essay pub
ludied in the current number of the Naval
Institute. "Is th most urgent and un
solved question before the navy to-dav.
and jet we do not even think about It. We
have given every man In the fleet a means
with which be can do his nlloted work ex
cept the Admiral. He has not even a sta
tion f.tted for him." .
"Why." asks this writer. "lavish brahj
power and money cn everything eicept
the most important of nil. the culmlnatlou
of all. the thing without which no flvet
can be a flout, eicept in name? ,
"But If In tills effort to seek out a safe
place for the directing genlu of a nay1
liattle any ono may be ml'led into think
ing that tha pwt of Admiral Is a sine
cure) let him lirst take Into account tha
must, aa thla authority pamta
tvre nun on tha ni ran eBel
wary and keen, and not tteceltetl sv alar
terat: mual oe rarniitar wita an ism av-j
millaeftLM at mmma afatai and el CIV
tain under Tola enmtaana. and sboaM TtMr
an tha pecoiUaritiea off tha staaimTa awpa.
Ha moat think, moreover, off t-sraratt
circles, raasea off a-aa and tori-fas, coal.
ammualtton. wind, ann and aaa. Andhta
mental operatlona must be quick aad aura,
"it aeeras anomaloua that In thaa dar
ff heavy arth-laaa. prepelled .by ateam
alone, that the atrectkm of aunllght. wm&
and saa should enter ao largely Into naval
account. But that these still flgura a
Important ffactora in a sea flght t. rtawn
tn the contenrtoo that hi now gotaa; on.
Commander Ftoka argea that "tt tha f m
Ilght very atroBsT and tha ana to low.
It Is apparent that. Iff oae canunaBdeT-In-ehlef
can so dtsposo Tata ahlaa that hj
gun oolnters have tha mm belOnd then
and Illuminating their target, tirtghtly.
while the cnemya gun pointer. r -
aun directly In their evea, he wlllaaln an j
advantage that may decide the fight. Th
higher tne sen ana omnrier tne ij"""
the less, off course, will be the value or
"Iff the wind be very light Its ftfnei
on the question off position may be staali;
but Iff tha wind be strong- and one conv.
mander-in-ehleff can get his fleet to wind
ward off the other he will l"1
portant point: because therejamha
great deal off smoke given off treat tne.
guna of each ship: and thht tanekewtn bj
blown away from the weather ships. ant
blown back into tne eyes wri umaijiu
the men tn the lee ships. The tee shir .
wilt be verv areatlv emlmrrasserl and de-1
laved tn firing, also, by spray thrnssn on I
the ohleet gins? of tha teleaenpe sights, j
and. tn aomo cases, they may not be able!
to use their weather guna at all.
HEAT MADE BY THE SUM.
A thunderstr tm Is one of those great
events which l.nve their origin In smail,
ts-glnnings. As soon as the sun shows hUj
face above the horizon on any of thtsl
anrm summer davs his heat begins t.
Itnke Immetliate effect. Pn-t tha eastern!
hillsides, then the rock, and nnaliy an thj
fields and pastures became vary warm.l
This warmth is radiated into the air.
which, l-elug thus heated, expand ami
begins to ascend. Little rising currents oft
air here and tfere grow larger and aw lft -I
er. and presently unit with other cur-1
rents near thm. At last great bodies oK
a!r aro rushing upward, forced up by tha;
j eoldrr, hravle- ui l.er winds, which enniaj
Uown RH'l are wnrrii'ii in viieir turn, j iiuv
a vat circulation Is In proeeea. It la thutj
which gives us our day breezes, tncreaslnif
in fore fprn ri.trning until the middle (
the afternoon, nn.l then toward evening;!
dvlng down ir ti. a calm.
Now. uj this air ascends and expands It!
is cooled, ana consequently the wale- a-'
por which It contains reaches h point when!
It tan no longer remain a vapor, but muntr
change Into the liquid form. Clouds thus
bciCin to develop. Thosei great ,;;;
mnrsrs of cload. dark below, with britlianCj
white e.gc. often with straight bases anj
massie. piled-u;. tops, originate In J"tJ
this wiy. If th day t very hot evapora-2
Hon at the earth's surface is more r.. I.I.I
the nscent of tl.e air currents Is swifter.
and clouds are fornit n great abiindnnte.
If th- pr'-s continues long enough It'
may bnpp'.ti that these "cumulus" ciouda.!
for so they are called, accumulate to a,!
thickness off even a mile or more. Tlii?!
is the Infant thunderstorm. Its thickness)!
mno It ap;aer black. Ita great bulk oft
moisti'n cau the henry ehower? tli-itj
accompany it. I
The lightning well, nobody known; auf.l
See It tn s.ir that there Is alwava a eim.2
etilerable amoint of electricity In the in!
Biosphere and that th" heat of th day.)
together with t!i egfmrdvw formation of?4
liqtil'i water rrr.rn water vapor, or gaseoua)
waier. j-.roDnr.iy acis uiKin this eterieiy:
In such a way as to eo!Ict in large quan.
tines .at irav.r. tha is ul-nt stim scien
tists fell tis. laistlr. the thund'-r Is mere
ly the crash of the atrnorphere .-, It cr,e.
over the ho! (for It Is literally a holer,
mail- In it by the rapid (rasige off the
Wish ta. Pranraato flHaefa Mtofrateav
RnrleefleM lit n lTfc.
tlons of the f-lrst Methodlvt Church :.
Unco'n ard Kitmler M K. Church of thla
eltv have decided to ask th- Illinois Con
ference of the Methodist ;hurch. tvhl'It
meet at Farmer City. Septemlier ?. tn
appoint the Reverend A. P. Stover, of '
IJncoin Cht.rcli a Ifesbllnr ICdfr. Tha
Rever-nd Mr Stover has fen enear"!
In th" ministry for twenty-nine years, ami
his preer.t conrregntlon aa Wu , his)
forrr.e- consrrecitton h.r tki.1. v uKn.iI.1 '
be promotc1. i
laamiHiaa Werehaat At
KI" II.T. .spEfTAI
Ttfr.nr.il....f r III . . ... m ..... .
l'r oM. r ectired dry cools nr-rchant.1
fv e rt..l . .1 . . .11.. I
.--t . m. v--ij ty unconscious in an aiej.j
havtr ln heatrn by some nnldcntlfl-itj
prnn. He ha hes-n unconscious twe-i-
ty-four hours and little hope It enter.! s
talrr;d for his recovery. ! '
.'nMlmett flay at Llfehfletrl.
HEPfRIJC il'ECTAt- I
IJtchfleld. III.. Aug. Ii To-day wmt
desjcpjued Modarn Worvjmrn's Day at thai:
Utehsl!d ChautaSqtir Former TUeu-1
tenant Governor W. A. Northcwt was th! .
attraction tfci nfternoon and Heail '.H
Bill Talhnt nt f Jnrnlrt S,K rrAb. tnm.
ntcht The session will cloye to-morrow.
Carrl Nation trill spoak In the aftsf.
KHIrd br Trala at TNoalewv, '",
Mexico. Mo.. Aug. . A. H. X!a xf ' '
Kw!hou-e. III., was killed Saturday after
noon In trying to board a freight train a
this elty. 4
Terlmleal TKaasaTaatleai at rCvery Bras
rraeaeeaea .aMgataitaaT; rasaf Ita
raatae Xyattfjr eterafsata.
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