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THI 0H10AG0 EAGLE, 8ATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1 908.
8 NEWS FROM ILLINOIS. Items from All Over the State of Matters of Interest to Our Readers. The Bergman and Storage Co, WHOLBIALI AND RITArL DBALBttt IN COAL, WOOD AND COKB STORAGE Furniture Packing and Shipping Furniture and Piano Movers Happenings of the Week from Cairo to Chicago Carefully Compiled for Busy Men. m UkIi Atmm Office III UmsJh kmm TtUphem, Ncrt 301 SBBBBBBBBBaap BMMMMMMMMMMMMax aW . jMamtMaaa m m -iP i-aWWWWw BiW'sBaaaai a ,:'- mBBBBBBBBBa LLLH 'i:ramBBBm BBBBBBB& 's-fBBBBBM SBaBaBaBaHHBm , TMaaY ' aWaaaaaaaaaaam HskkS Fa a Mala 4498 QERAQHTY A CO. Badgta and Buttons, Manila and Oilcloth Slgaa La Salle Street, J. F. SMULSKI & CO. 565 NOBLE STREET PRINTERS IN NOLIIM. MtMAM AN MLI1N "(1AZETA KATOLICKA," the Best Advertising Medium amongr the Polish residents of Chicago FOR PICNICS, FESTIVALS, ETC. H. JAMES KOLZE'S FINE ELECTRIC PARK AND HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS Cor. Irving Park Boulevard and N. VV. 64th Street CHICAGO TANNER & CONLEY Merchant Tailors First-Class Work at REAPER 99 Washington St. TEL. CENTRAL 224 We Rent Tuxedos and Full Dress Suits Telephone North 185 Chas. Burmeitter & Son UNDERTAKERS 303 and 305 LARRABEE ST. Snack 1412 WRIGHTWOOD AVE., awr Lincoln Avrauc Phene North 917 PURE Si Ask Your Grocer For These Brands NONE BETTER. i Hie J, G, Grant Chemical Company 110, 112, 114 Wett Lake Street CHICAGO 3BS888$83S8B3MBBB3ra83mSBft Chicago, III. and America. Apply for Prices. Moderate Prices BLOCK CHICAGO - e PUREST m m so m $i Swi Hr gnlllMUpra H $ I ''.l,i, y.rLtyy !", fi'J 'V.-ffl .t',"'.'f..' r. .,.'? ; SUPREME COURT DEFIED The Iteef Trust defies the Supremo Court of the United States every dny of Its existence. It defies nnd violates the permanent Injunction Rranted against It ly tlio highest court of the country January 30, 1005. And such Is Its power for Imnn, thnt no olllclal enn be found who will stand up for wlmt the United States Supicme. Coutt decieeel on bchnlf of the people. The llcef Trust continues Its exist ence as n combination In restraint of trade nnd commerce. It continues to fix nnd to maintain throughout the country n uniform ami BUSINESS NOTES. The business men who want the best desks and olllce fittings go to ItuvcH's. If you can't be suited at Itevell's you can't be suited anywhere. Solo Itye, the best ou the bars. Is al ways the favorite of dlscrlinlnutliig drinkers. It satisfies the taste of the most exacting critic. Distilled solely by Straus Hrus.' Company, Chicago. Otto Qrlesbach Is the proprietor or the rcstauraut and buffet at 183 South Water street, which Is patronized by the best business men. Mr. Qrlesbach deserves their patronage, fur he treats them well. The combine. Liquid Tank and Ifrelgut Car Compuny possesses certain Improvements lu railway ears for the facilitation of the movement of freight Report el the Ceidltloa el the COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK Of CHICAGO At the do. i! of bilxliic-HH, Nor, ",7, jnns. iu:sot)iiri:4. 't'lmo Iiihix .,:.M,ii'i.i,:iiN.Kg I'timum luiiiu . ii,..s;i, 10.71 (.infill, H0..VI i.ii I, in .'MillMO 1, .0,0(10. on l,l!lll,.VIl.l OvilllrilftS ... I (I'll I CHlllll I', K. Iinml nt pur otlu'i' IkhkIk mill StlKfcS Silicic Cemiiiicr- I till Nllllillllll Safe Deposit en. (flank lllllllllllK) . line fiom I'. X. Ticiisiirer .. 1I.',.MIOO() l.xihiiimes fur 1'1'iu llnnso. 1, Mid, 101. S7 line fiimi liiiiil.n ".VHi.i.i.i.im 1,111,100.1111 CihIi IMifil.'.'V.'.tO j-,son,ii7o.ni Tofnl .',', '.'MS, H 10. I i,i.iiu,ri'ii:. f'niiltiil Kliiil. nalil la S :i noo.ooti on .siiiiilns fiiini ;i,oiiii. oiio.oo l'nillfili'il inuiltH 1,:ilM,l,7H Ntillnii.il lunik null's oiifKliinil- lll 1,1. '0,0(10 on l)i'nilii in,i7o,ii.'..s,i:i Tnt.ll , .V."IS,S4ll.'l (H'.OIKIi: I!. ItOIICIITH. l'lt-tlilfnt. NA'tllAMi:!. It. I.OHCII. L'asliler, l)IHi:CTOItN, riiuiklln MacViiU'li, llnlu'it II. .Mil'.lnfi', William .1, ClinlimiH, Aluxiiinlu- I'. Il.uil.s, llnlicit T. Miicula, IMwanl I'. Iluw, i:. II. C.aty, Alficit ruuli'4, Kailus Miller, .lusipli T, Tnllioit, f'liaili'rt f. KiKilJliig, K11I11I1 V.111 Wcliten, Willi 1111 V. Kdlcy, (ii'uuu i:, ItdlifilH, 'I'll Ik Hunk i ili-aii1 to Iimm ill the iIUiiumiiI ot IIn tmtiloiiivr (lit fuellllleN iculiifil Unrliiir lurly-lfour enrs of t'onlliiuouN sertlve (Hid ORRIN N. CARTER, Judge of the Illinois Supreme Court. exorbitant price for meat In defiance of the mandate of the highest court In the land. The tcniiHintry Injunction Issued by Judge I'eter 8. Orosscup Mny 20, 1002, against the Ileef Trust was tnitde per iimneul by the United States Supreme Court In n decision announced Janu ary 30, inoTi. The decision establishes these M)lnts: Trallle In live stocl; transported ft out State to State Is Interstate commerce and pci sons engaged In buying and Kclllng such live stock are engaged In Intel state commerce. met llcjuld lu the same car which will ippeal to eiery Intelligent perbnu who s shown the decided advantages of con ttruitloii which these cars possess. The .oinpnny Is xelling stock and offers to investors an attractive proposition. Solo Itye has been tested and never been found wanting. "The best on the bars." k The M. l llyrue Construction Co. one of the greatest, tnot successful nd most reputable firms of Its kind n this or any other city In the conn ry. One of the finest biewerle in the otintry. and one that turns out sonic if the finest brands of beer. Is the ;rent Berghoff Brewing Company of Port Wnyue, Fnd. The following irands of beer brewed and supplied y this brewer) are among the most popular and have great demand in Chi ago: "Kitra Pale." "Doit Doppel." Balvator," "Bergl-ofTs Select," and Condensed Report of the State Bank of Chicago November a8, 1908. AS MADR TO STATE AUDITOR. iii:soi!iu r.s. (.nan mill iIImuihu OveiiluilH Itnilils t'.ihli ami ilin finm luiiiKt, ..,oiin.o'M.sT '.Milii.17 .. 1.1 17.Mltt.sS .. .ITH..'II7.0 SO.IIJ.'i.s.'lt.Jil i,i.iiu,iTii:s. C'lllllll klllll. fl.1IMI.tlUO 110 H.lllillli, 1,11110,11110(10 Kn.ihiclui iiiciiiix :i:is,iiiu,'j7 Hi-i',i'.t iiir iiiiririi mill laMM SS..10II CIO DiIiikIU fS.lllN.lL'.UHl tco.n.'ri.NfU.vM oi'i'icr.iiH. II, A. IIAI'liAN. Plrililt'llt. I.. A. CIIIHIAItl). Vim I'li'dilcnt. .IIIII.V II. I.IN'Uiilli:, Vln Pii'Hlli'llt. iiiixiiv h, iii:nsciii:.v. caiiiir. I'ltANIC I. I'AC'KAHI), Ais, c'iisIiI.m'. IIIINItV A. IIAI'dAN'. At. Ciislili'i'. KVUI'III. I.'. KNIU'IIT, Kt( ictiliy. WILLIAM '. Mll.l.l'.ll, At. S.'iii'l.uy. iicmtn or nutncTuiis. Dull X, ltuKur, I. A. (iuililuiil, C11KI11 I111111111I. .luliii It. l.liuU-ioii, .lllllll II, ImlKllt, 'lllMIIIM .Mlllllik-ll, Tin 11, I'li'i iiiiiii, Win, A, I't'ti'i Kim, II. A. II.iii'HI. "" i: llli I.101 iH, ,Miics J, Wfiilwoitli. fU-urrnl llmikliiur, SutlnuN, I, el fern ( Cri-illl, lilt t-Nliiitnil IIihuIn, I'iii'i-Iuii i;fliiiiiir,'i TriiN, Nfv ui-i'uuiilN ri-M-jirullv nollt'lt ed, lnlrr-Nt ullottecl uu iIoiiumIIn, BktHbUkbvd 1H7U, The combination between dealers to suppress all competition In the pur chase of lle stock Is nn unlawful re stralnt of trade. The combination between dealers to fix and maintain u uniform m Ice In the sale of meat throughout the coun try Is an unlawful restraint of trade. The combination of dealers to ob tain preferential railroad rates, is an unlawful restraint of trade. All combinations suppressing compe tition between Independent dealers fall under the piohlbitlou of the Sherman Anti-Trust Act. cast but not least, "Dorttnunder." Oeorge A. Blettuer Is the manager of of the Chicago branch of this great brewery,' the Chicago offices being nt J.'HL'-IS I.a Salle street. Telephone South 070. The ttlenxl Is the place to go for nn enjoyable afternoon or evening. Kxeel li'iit music, tine eulslue. splendid serv Ice and beautiful garden and ball. Has no peer of lis kind In Chicago. Clark street. I'.vnnston incline and Dlver.ey boulevard. No better place In Chicago for pic nics, festivals and parties of all kinds than II. James Kobe's beautiful Elec tric I'ark at the comer of Irving l'ark bouleurd end Northwest tUtb street. The safest department store In the Ity to-day Is The Fair. It baa broad ilsles and ever convenience for the public. THE NATIONAL BANK OF THE REPUBLIC OF CHICAGO Sliitc'iiii'tit nf iiinilltlnii at i'Iiisi' f liu-l. Ili'.-i, Xnv J7, ll'OS. iuisoi!iu'i:4, l-imni M.'i.no'.Maj.im t'nlti'il Stall's iiomls Mij,:in!i.si Itnil cHiiiii. 'jn.tt-ii m Caili unit i'xcIi.iiikii 1l,'.'ti.i,ls,'i,tnl Tutu I ifi:ii,ii.Mi,:iti.i -.'ii I.IAIIIMTir.S. i'ii)ltal toik iulil In i ,.,,iiiiii,ooo cm Mllllll llllll lunlllri, int I, '.'7J. lit." us llc'ri'iil fur laxos Js.ono.ilo I'mii'iicy In clrciiliiiliui Minciooon lliiinl iiitniiiit :i'i,noocio flue cli'iiosltiii .'l,!i.'.'.7,"0..'s T11I11I M'itlo,'ii,:iii.'i,'ji ori'icr.iis. loiiv a. i.vxcii. i'iiiiiiiii. W. T. fll.NTOV. VI10 I'li-.l.fi'llt. ft. M. M'lvlX.NCV. Cntllli'l. II. II. NWAX, As-.l. CihliliT. TIKIS, ,IAXSi:X. Ami. nuclilir. .lAMlIS . II fits T. Ait. I'a-ililcr. WM. II. I.WINIA, At. liislih'i. V. II. lintl.lIV. Ahst. Cuslilir. noAiin or iiiii:c roits. .10IIX A. I.VXlMI. I'li'Mlilinl. ('ii.viti,i:s 11. c'os'ovcit, viu Pu-siiii'iii, IIII1I1.111I, Siii'Iium, lllltlitt .. Cn. ciiviti.irs 11, fitAxi:, iu- iVhiiiciit, ('Iiiiiii Co. .IClllX V. fAltWIIIJ nf .1. V. I'm well I'll. .1. II. (iin:i:ll('!'. ciiiillall-t, 1 V01 la. II. W IIIIIXUICIIS, Vim IMi'Hl.lfiii, l. I. Wl'IIS, I'D. IIOI.I, IX A. Ki:Vi:s, of I'lanMIn Mai' Via cli V Co. IIOIICIIT MATili:il, I'li'nlilnit, Thu ItiicK UI11111I Cn. .1 1 1 1 1 N It, MOIIIIOX, l'li'ilili'lit, llli'iiiiiul 01" r-n' UCNItV Hli:oi:r l'lesliloat, Simps a. Ci'iiMincI Cn.. New Vmk, r. 11. srito.vu. ciiiiitiiiut. i.oriH r. swiiT, I'u'siiiciit, sift .t, Coiuiimiy. rilANK I!. VOlllJI., Vlco 1'ieslili'iit, Kle L't'l, Cnoiirr & Co. W. T. I'nNTON, Vice 1'iesldent. TEACHERS SUES FOR $10,000 Dninnuc AxUimI for liijnrlt- In Hoy In Tallinn) M'liliiliiK t'nxc. A si'ipipl to tlic c'lTorti to iiiiilh Slier man Cas ami Mls Aniiii Kcllj, tlie To lono si I1011I leiulieit who weie nctiloeil ut whipping tlic Mm of William V. Ituikc. n fiirmiT. Is the IIIIiik of a -iiit nkliig SIO.OOO dnn.ues iigalnst llio two teachers for the itijuieil lioy. A je.ir iiijo the fath er I1111I the two leitilieis prni'culecl cm tlic clinige of pimMilmr his IL'-jeiu-ohl son, It being aelleil licit his spinal column was so niTctteil by the whipping th.it the head of tlie boy fell foittiiril upon 'hit breast utile suppoileil by a brnie. The father olitalnccl a jiiiUineiit for SI, SOU damages ngnlnl the two teaiheii. Until rr than uy It Cns went In Jail anil serv ed six taoiitlis. III" sttlhhcii imes attract ing national attention. MANY MARRIAGES ARE UNHAPPY I'rorln Conn I llrcuUn All llrcoril. of llltnri'i- Court-. Peoria county 1 tin hotbed of matri monial inlx-upi. lucoidllig to iipiulllng statistics bioaght In llu'ht by hnciHgu tlcin of the leconN fi tun Nov. 1, 1IHI". to Nov. 1. lists, in IVnila toimty daring the period tneutlotied thcie was one di vorce llled for eterj four nnd two-tlilnls nun Inge llcenes. Taking the t'nlted States teii-ui lepoil .ii a baN lliat one 111.11 ilagc lu eter.t tweUe i uiiliiiip and N follow .'ii l illtoit'e. the tniiillliiiii in 1'iorla 1 omit) N iiliinaln. It Is true 1h.1t the cell-lli lepoit IioMh Illinois as the linimer tllMiice Slate of the I'nlon. but it was not until an Inwstlantloii of th" 1'i'oiia iiiiiii. leccircN was mule that the lea I seciet for this fact was letealeil. RUNAWAY GIRL RETURNS. Cniilly Cninei lliit-k Iti lliinif anil Ollert i:.iliiniilliiii. Marj ()iilhoiie. IS .teat- ohl, a pietl.t .toiuig mi-s nf lllliurn, ill-aiie,ueil fioin lier lioiiie 'I'liauk-.-Mng ila.t. Her -iiililcu tll-appeiianii' compli'lcl', ni -t 1 ti-l Inr iel allti's anil friends, but gi filter than ever was their siirpilsc wln'ii 'ii' ulinniil lioiiie the oilier ill.t. She olVeis 110 e i1anallou of lier net I11111, Her faille r is even now MMithlug for her somewhelu in Vlruiiiia. not knowing that lie lin retmneil In her home. He stalled out or lier Hall two tin. k 11 t !" she left, gilhleil lij a letlir aililres-eil to her w'iilih lie opelii'il. li' will llnl Know of her I el ill II until he unites homo, 11s the fauill.t liate no means of loacliliu- him, not knowing his wliticalinuls. SNELL WASTED f? 100,000 A YEAR. I'rolllunle IIiiIiMn of ue.l Mfllllon 11 1 re IJri'iil lli-n I n on I'-tiili. Col. Tom Saell's piollli.ale habits ill mlnlsliul liN estnte l v SIO.I.IKM alum nll.t In tin 1 In-tin; ,eais of his life, ae coiillin: 10 a lepoit li, the appi'iiUer llleil in the lleWiti I'lillllly Conil in lllnoilllllg ton. Niiu-altentloa to linliies also tie 11 ted lieat.t iis-es. The appraiser foiiml M'ctllllles imuieuallli!: - H . . it H taken b. Sin II w lilih aie now said to lie worfhless. It was In IS'. '7 ih it Thornton, the favor ite son of the old mill, illo.l. and fiom that lime the ii-m's weie eiioiiaoiis. The ruilty of tin estate is now appr.iisisl at $."am,(KKt, ami the personal piopeit. at jl'lHMNMI, which Is M'tci.il hmiibed thou sand clollais less than antic ip.iteil. FINDS OIL IN KENDALL COUNTY. Illinois runner! .Inlillnnl Otrr III eiitt-r)- tit I'lnn In SeelliMi. Kcnilall loiint.t funnels me Jubilant owr the dl-cnteiy of oil. A well, Mink by a lo-npeiatt.c toiiipan.t. his leached n deplll of 1.100 feet, wheie a strong, steady flow of oil was tupped. No trace of oil whs appaieui befoie Satuiiliiy and the company was all but dei'liled to aban don the piojeit. Thousands visited Ilin well following the lejioit that the flow linil begun. CAGE IN MINE SHAFT KILLS ONE. IHtMiilor Slinnls in Top, InlnrliiK Sl Ollll Ol'l'llllllll, l'nlliiie of tl nidiieer, Chiiles Hum- pluey, to stop 1 lie cage In width he was caii'.tlug seveial mllieis to the hotloin ot the 111I111', mused the cage to go to the top of the tipple at t'lio Chli-au'o-Siillnglleld Coil CouiMli's mine, lioith of Spilug field. III in st I'uger fell down the shaft nnd was Killed and sl other Illinois weie tin own oat of the cage mid limit' or less injiiicil, SLAIN AS HE SEND?. FOR WIFE. Triiln llll'i 1 1 11 11 kii rln 11 Clntelilnu I'ltssiiK'1 Mimii ill lliiri'ln. After sl ,v ell's of toll and pilviillou to luliii his wife and chlhben finm Hun pnry, (leoige Heitiken of llaichiy was piepmlng to send the mone.t to bis wife when he was slunk and killed by an Illinois feudal tiiiln, lleiukeu liad stopiioil on the nillio id had, to witness n lionlhe celeliialinn of a llniigailau hull ilaj liy a uuuiher of h's nimp.inlnus. llrMl.einiiii slinnlN AVenllli- I'lirmer, Itu.v llolliii's, 11 Clover l.eaf iailvva, biakeiiiiu, s'uit and fatally Injniul Ar thur Con, a wen llll'i fanner of .Mode. The tumble stalled two jrnin ago, wlnn, It Is allegnl. Co kuo keil down Miss Min nie (liillnglior, now llnlmis1 wife, in a dispute at a gioceiv stole, where Ml-s (inllauher was a ileik. Iloliucs lias been nnesteil, Slip mi Sunn Ciiiincs Dentil. 1 The Hist fatal tv ic-tiltlug fiom 1 lit ie cent snowfall ou lined kihiiIi of I'leepoit, when I'ptoa M01 In, a .uimu Illinois Ceu trnl biakeiaiu, lhlni! in 1'ieepni'i, slipped off tlie float of a freight train and was n.-i'iMit In ,1-ittll WITHIN OUR BORDERS. Heniy II. Moffelt, M jears old, nti killed It' an low a Cent nil train at Max veil, Iturglais blew open the safe of dame! Nnnh In I'aiia. but weie frightened nway. Tin 1 e wns fJl'IO in Ihe safe. Illinois will rint n .?1.,000 monument at llhioinlnglon lu miniory of prisoners who died at Anili'i-ouvlllu during tii. Civil War. Mis. I'eter Ancteron of Mnnuionlli juiiipid from thu biliie Into the river, but was llshcsl nut, She Is the wife of a saloon keeper mill whs desponilviit. The Sn.viler t" linker Foundry Com pmiy's planl In ltellovlllo burned, with r. lo-s of .f.'.tKiO. Kenir liumlriel men will be tlnown nut uf woik until the plant enn be rebuilt. An oil well It being drilled at Knne, vvllh cxiectation tliat oil will be found In the Tieiitou formation, nt about 1,100 or l.'JOO feet. Oil in tin .lersevllle well, necr by, was found nt 1,01 feet. Willi bill one ill-sentlug vote tlie 1'enrl.l city council ms-ed a cm few law which forbids c'hlhlion under Ul .tears of age to nppiar unaicoiiipiiniiil 011 the stie'-ts after Ol.'iO p. 111. In siiliuiier and S..".0 p. m. in winter. The Appelhite Court at Spiiugfleld ! tided that it had no Juri-dit'tliui lu thn iiim of !ales Slr.iwn and IMvvard I. Klih.v, exec Hint of ll state of I'lioehi Siiavvii niialust the iniilu- of the .lack -onxllle I'eniale Aeildi'Ul.V. Silent lug a collie which U alllleti'il with Hi ns Ii nut milli Ions iiil-elilef or cruelly to anltiuils, aeeoi-illng to .ludse liunahiii) of Clinton, who iiuiullli'd Snmiiel Long, a telegraph operator, of both ih.nges, which Weie prefellid ill, Mrs. Jessie ('line. The Seeielar.v of Stale has licensed Ihe lieKalh Mlillaud l.'nllun.v Coinpanv. The tuiuilpal ollli m will he In ChhiiKo. The t.ipltal iIih k is Sl..O,0lti. It N in In (omtimiiil fiom a mi1iii In or near tin' city of lie Kit Hi to nnd into the cll.v nf Sandwich. I.o.tnl I.evl Miiim, mimifaitiirer t.inl cnpitalist, is iloiul nt Priepoit. nged Til .veins, lie was a lliiitv-ihlid degree Ma son and twelve .tear- -uivtar.v of the Illinois grand IihIkc. lie eiijojed UMIiy other Ma-onlc dlstluttlo.is, anil hail lived III rreepoil slt.t-tvvo jeais, The Imii placed on milk fi urn herds of cows in oiill.vlng districts h.v the Chicago IhhiiiI of health has i-nlled fmlli the an per and ridicule of the Kane county grand Jury, nnd Hint holy has 1 mmeiiii- cd nn Invi Mention into tin -unity or Inmost, of lie fhlin;:o ho.ly of p'l.vsl- cians, IlilU'lars blew open the viuill of the State Hank in I'oit II.moii and escaped cm a liauilear. A few residents u,-re moused b.t a uuillteil eplo-loll, lint paid no attiutiou to Ii, ami the hitrj-lai.v was not illsioveied (III tin bank wns opeuri) for Ihe daj's liu-llie . Tlie lohheis look .i,inni In mild, silver and cuiieiii'. An Alt ola doiior is ti.vlng to raise 11 two-pound liah.v lu a houii'-mnile liicuha tor, and Ids elloits hid fair for success. The midget is tlie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ilieh.iiilsiin. who live ihiee miles liorlhwi'st of there. Tin patents being uualile In give It special nllentlon, Dr. Mo-er inaile nn iniubnloi- for It, The in cubator (ousistN of a show case about two feet sipiaie, (iccnge Cppelt, pn-lili'lil of the 1'lllli'd Mine Woikeis' I'nlon of .Mii-niiitiili, was shot and. It is believe el, fatally woimiled b) Jeir.v Sieved, a member of the union. Stegel when airesled said the linulile glevv out of bis rofu-.il to vote for the Indolseiiieut nf Charles A, Kaicli, Itemo ciatlc camllelnte for Congros, during tin) recent iamp.ilgu, Stigel siippoiiid Con giessman Ilodeubeig, The estate of the lale rio.vil K. Whit tenioie, In pillslinnie of the ii'ieiit eleeis Ion h.V the Supieuie Com I thai fees 1 oi led ed atiil ntahiisl by foine'r Slnin Treasiui'is nrnl Audllois should leverl to the Stale, has paid over f7..W7.1K to the Slnle Treasifi-r. Mr. Whlttetnore was tieiisurer fie still 10 llllll. I.onls ti I'avey, State At llt'jr fiom ISOil to HHKI, nso has made .i,iiiuit in tin Slate of $I0,7S'J.'JI. Tin' elopenient of 17,M'HI-olil John l.evv is iiml I'enil Smllh, 111, who were pur sued by the bate father ami Inotheis of t.'ie ghl, and lliell escape fiom the tllo, eoiistllutrs a dramatic little love affair that was e lephoiii'il from llevvlit loipit.v. The .voiilhful iuiiawn.vs wie linppeil In a cabin, la u is allackeil the two limtiieis of the ghl vvllh a 1 hair and Honied them. Tlie father leiiealiei, and I lien the pur Jumped Into a lnuv.v and esiapul. llllmliiesN, 1 a used b. overslud.v, has overtaken Jiuoh Sihwaii, -101 of Mr, and Mis. Samuel Si bum t. nf Waukrgnn. The .veiling man hits been a indent at Lake Purest ruiveislty. He midertnok linn Ii nut-iile woik lu nildltloi to his colli ge studies, being idlior of the An nual ami a ineinher of several elehiitiiig I mm-. Ili was foivul to st 1 1) ion slnnll.i late Into the iiIkIiI In 1 1 ep lip with his chises. The other day In awoke to Hud that he was lillud. He i- under the tare of specialists, Cninpilhil to shunt her father to save her life, was the lemaikable epeii' vo of .Miss (iohl.i Lmilnnheliiier, the pintv 1(1 , e.l I -old chiUKliter of I'eter l.niiheu liner, n (lei man fanner of Ihe e.i-tein "linn of Mcl.eiiu ( omit. The father I t liem failing ininlnll.v, mid became kii leet lo fits of ungovernable temper. W'h' alone In ilin linii-e with him. tin gill mis nt lai kid liv the old man S'ho lied to her 100111 ami secuiid a nvolver, Aft r vain ly ti.vlng to keep him away, ami after In had slunk her twin, sin Urcd, per'miw fntall woamlliig him. Willi a s'-uim, "I am dead," he fell to the floor, T'io bullet peiietiated ills head mid lodge I nt the base of the skull, Time is smn I hope of iccovt'i,. The utile 1- inunlicu of the fain liv cxumiutisl the daughter.