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Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1901, Fort Wayne, Indiana THE FORT WAYNE Twenty-Eighth Year MONDAY EVENING 4 1 The People's Paper You Don't Know That every stitch of ing in Pixley big stock is made in their own factory Made under the special supervision of ex- perts who have been with I them for years Made of I the very best materials that can be bought I ed by the most experienced men that can be employed Maybe you don't that we operate 12 other stores besides the one here Well now you know it and you can easily sec how we can sell our clothing so much cheaper than other houses Can't you? PIXLEY GO HOST OF NEIGHBORS TELL JURY THAT DUNN IS A MAX OP HAD GREW MONOTONOUS THE IX THE PROBABLY BEGIN MORNING CAKE REBUTTAL EVIDENCE MOKE DENIALS MADE BY WIT OF DUNN'S THE STAND Knew him in that he knew of the He was de- dis- or about thirty years ake township Said lie moral character to be bad JOSEPH BADIAC Mr Badiac was recalled to the land He stated that lie knew de- for twenty years Said that he moral character of Charles Dunn n the neighborhood of Wallen was to be bad CHRISTIAN WESTPHAL Witness stated that he lived in township Knew for about twenty yeais Lived three and one-half miles from len Said that he knew moral character in the neighborhood of Wallen was bad SAMUEL CUTSHALL Witness stated that he lived in Kel River township Is a Knew Charles Dunn when he lived on the road Know him when he lived in Wallen When asked whether he knew the general moral character the defendant the witness replied tlie hand but not very hard n-t sufficient to break or injure the bone EDWARD COOK Edward Cook was the next witness He had at Wallen for five jears and knew the reputation of Dunn for moral character It was bad WILLIAM L Mr Kerlin was the undertaker for 1 C Peltier and assisted in ing the body of Alice for We did nothing about the girl's nick Put the tongue back in the There was no inching A NEW TREATY AMBASSADOR HA AN INTERVIEW WITH TARY HAY WE WILL BOSS CANAL The evidence in murder HEW PROCESS OIL NEATER New Process Oil Heater is one of the handiest things imaginable about the home It is just the thing for cool days and damp chilly ings as well as for colder for ter fires have gone out or the heating apparatus gets out of order or proves insufficient or inadequate It quickly heats cold corners stoveless rooms or rooms out flue connections Can be used anywhere about the house from cellar to attic No matter where more heat is required whether in sitting room dining room sewing room bath room sick room chamber nursery hall or the need cnn be promptly and successfully met if you have a New cess Oil Heater Moreover its field of ness is not confined to the but it is equally able at store or office outing grounds summer resorts or elsewhere It is wonderfully efficient and powerful and will com- heat a room ir cold weather H J ASH Reliable Stove Dealer 16 East Columbia St case will probably be all in and both sides will icst before adjournment this afternoon The defense is not likely to any evidence at all in and arguments will begin to-morrow morning It will fully days if not longer for counsel to argue the case and for court to five his instructions to the jury The fate of Charles Durn will not therefore be finally placed in hands of the jurors until evening or possibly Thursday moi The jurors look thoroughly tired out and moreover some of them neither look nor act Jike jurors who are determined upon a conviction One noticeable incident may be taken it is worth One of tin witnesses this morning told 01 some of Dunn's shortcomings in such a manner as to excite a general laugh in the court room Dunn turned ard the jury box and laughed as tily as the rest Two or three of the jurors returned the old man's look or at least looked squarely at him and laughed also The incident may or may not mean anything but il does not seem probable that a who has any notion of convicting a man of a fiendish crime sending hin to the gallows would look him in thr face and laugh no matter how funny the incident The old looks worn and hag and the strain has told heavil upon him although he is cheerful nnc fully confident that he will bq acquit ted The testimony this morning make him feel matter how confident he may feel o the outcome of his case His forme friends and neighbors for mile around on the witness stand t testify that his reputation I know what people say about him Mr Colerick took exception hat his answer was in regard to reputation not character CHARACTER WITNESSES Felix Grosjean declared that for the last iear and a half Dunn's for morals in the where he lives has been Christopher lives in Lake about four miles from Wahen and has known Dunn or four years He testified thav nun's reputation among his was not very extra George Griswold testified that Duan as a bad character Louis C has been agent e Humane society Has known for years When he lived on or chai avenue in city his acter as the puts it in the neighborhoods in which he has lived bad Some of the witnesses to this in a manner that evinced a great dislike for the prisoner others seemed to do it without mal- ice Some of them attempted to tell inst what kind of badness and de- cree of they attributed to the old man but the general term was all that was allowed to go to the jury The lobby was full of people who vent on the stand in quick succession ind after a couple of such had testified it grew nous to If anyone in Washington a sub- poena he must have been overlooked In- the deputy sheriffs this number of de- among his neighbors was jad George Mong has lived on Riverside for four years Knew he lived there and his general reputation as to character was bal Charles of Eel River has know Charles Dunn for years but did not care to express an opinion on his character Churles Lallow of Eel River ship has known Dunn for fifteen vears and contributed to the general opinion that Dunn's reputation William V Dunfee lives at WalMa and testified as to the defendant's l character William lives three miles from and has known Dunn for fifteen years and thinks the same hiiri as the rest J Oplegger gave the same sort of testimony Alexander has Dunn for eighteen years and is the same opinion The other who testified that Dunn's about the neck Wu pushed the chin up in closing the mouth WAS CHOKED TO DEATH Joseph Tonkel was the next ness He in this county and foreman of the grand jury that indicted Dunn He said that Dr 0 L had been a before the grand jury and had slid the indications were that Alice Cothrell had been choked to death On cross-examination said there was considerable tall about hyoid bone and so many other bones that witness while on the jury did not understand half the time what the doctor was talking about The doctor would not answer definitely what was the cause of death asked him several times and followed him to the door when he finally raid that the girl was choked rb death BENJAMIN The witness said he was o member of the grand jury that indicted Dunn Dr stated that he was rather inclined to think that the girl choked to death HENRY Henry Wellman undertaker in Fort ayne was called and said he was a member of the Dunn grand jury Dr Greenawalt said he thought the rell girl was choked to death before she was put into the cistern UNTIED STATES WILL AM OTHER NATIONS NOT CONSULTED CORBIN'S WEDDING ore chimney feet across that has explored by shafts ami drill holes to a depth of Just how far it will be possible to voik this mine down before the heat limit is reached is hard to say hut ii reasonable estimate would lie feet An estimate by one of best mining engineers in this try that the mine to the depth of feet contains cubic feet of ore and estimating eleven cubi foet to the ton there is cally tons in sight If we a little further mi the values of the we the average value nf the ore equaling The present owner of the property has filled for the mini SECRET PACT SULTAN HAS A CLAIM ON GREAT TOR PROTECTION HIS DOMINIONS SEEKS FULFILLMENT THE BROIL ENS EUROPE WILL M WASHI WASHINGTON Nov of England Secretary Hay to-day to discuss tin new treaty with England and th isthmian canal The treaty will Ab- rogate the old treat will omit prohibition against this fortification oi the by the ted States and will place its coutro hands of the United alone without requiring that the pu of the new treaty should agreed to by other nations amendments the new NOT AFRAID TO GO BACK A GLOOMY OUTLOOK WASHINGTON Nov Mr he minister returned to the last night from Ann Arbor Mieh to questions Mr ie not received not ire of his re- call to China a which a announced had been upon nor had he intimation that he would be to return He said he not Ve surprised if such action contemplated by his government a- he MS sened on the here a longer than the by the foreign oT OIKS namely three years simply holding over now whether he would return to if recalled Mr Wu replied with All iry interests anv Ho Whv shouldn't 1 are there on Eighth INQUIRY COURT LISTENS TO SPEECHES IS NOT EXPECTED A MONTH AFTER THE TRIAL IS OVER WASHINGTON at the Nov Schley court at- was OFF ICE RESIDENCE 55 WAYNE STREET lt LIMITED TO DISEASED Of EVE EAR NOSE is Edward John W Holmes Tohn Anderson Charles Tilden Chas Goheen Andrew Fair William E Hand Isaac Tucker Manlius Swank Wilham Allen Irwin John Wicker Charles Arnold Albert E and John TESTIMONY up until the The state continued noon adjournment to call witness ADJUSTED MONEY DO YOU WANT If so call on us We can MONEY get yon money on furniture pianos horses wagons MONEY etc and leate the property in your MONEY bion Payments arranged on the monthly installment MONEY plan or to suit your con- All business con- Wayne gage Loan Co Opposite VONEY Court House Second floor 44 Calhoun St over MONEY Store OF LOCAL INTEREST The quail season opens Nov 10 Mr E R of has turned to hb home after a few days in be city Dr N left this after- noon for Crossville where he will look into his oil interests there Mr John E of New York city who is interested in road building in South America is in the tity the guest of his parents and his sister Mrs 0 X On Tuesday Nov 5 Fort Wayne No no Knights of Pythias will bold which will commence promptly at and at which every of No 116 parted to he present with at least ore friend The entertainment will provide an entertainment which will be open to of the order and all friends Of order There will be a program and the Knights of evidence there were a is to things which Dunn has to on the stand in his own half GEORGE George Warcup was recalled When whether Mr Dunn had spoken to him about asking for the coroner to be scut for on Sunday at the time finding of the body he replied No The witness stated that he did not see Dunn stop to pick up thing when the men were on the way to search the Dunn cistern He was then dismissed WILLIAM MAINS William Mains was asked whether he knew of an old well northwest of the Dunn saw mill Witness said that he did describing it as an old abandoned one filled with refuse said he searched it July 3 and found very water in it Mr rick asked the witness why he went to the well The witness To search for the little girl of course AUGUST FRITZ August a new witness was then sworn and stated he was a dent of Lake township said he knew defendant for fourteen years Lived near him at one time Lives three and alter witness to testify in regaul to Dunn's reputation for moral acter in the vicinity in which he lived and the witnesses examined John Valentine John Chas Frederick Charles F Badiac Thomas Knox Harry jean William K Laemle John F Myers John Dice Thomas Swank to-day and most of the ing session wan taken up by Schley and his in correcting his While correcting his testimony Ad- said he did not tell Cap- tain Sigsbee May 20th that the squadron would return to Key Captain Sigsbee in his testimony that Admiral Schley did make such a statement Admiral Schley said he would like to say something on tenant Roy's testimony to which Roy is the only ness who has not been contradicted I don't object General Raynor I be- lieve there are about fifty witnesses who have not been contradicted ami moreover I say that this remark of the judge advocate is highly Who MAJOR GENERAL HENRY C CORBIN will be married Wednesday to Miss The wedding will be one of the events of the year for before the Frederick and Edwin field All vicinity of had lived in the f In lived and had began afternoon Mr Hani a for the department WILT TAKE A MONTH WASHINGTON Nov is now that it will be at a month after the inquiry before a verdict will be rendered by the opposed to Admiral i them will meet the views of the a year ago AN INHUMAN BRUTE Nov details of the first execution of an in the Philippines have been received The account shows n shocking gard of the natural instinct for life a negro soldier who killed three native near died on the in Manila on Sept When Cline was called to die he sprang up to his form coveting throe steps at a bound SMS OF WEAKNESS OF THE POWERS or TROUBLE XO DIPLOMACY VIENNA I -A report Constantinople publish here day which states that the Pone of Great Britain that the terms of the London con- vention of and the Asiatic possessions from I'leneJi WAS A SECRET P LONDON Nov convent n of which according to the dispatch from Vienna binds to protect the Asiatic from French attacks and the Porte now demands shall be fulfilled a secret treaty Ir was entered upon by England Turkey and by it the island of Levit in terranean upon guaranteeing the in- of the sultan's dominions FLEETS ARE GATHERING Nov Rome assert that the second division of the Italian Mediterranean ron which as announced yesterday left for Turkish waters with the posed object of counterbalancing the French naval demonstration will join the first division which hap cruising in the rancin for some time It also that the Greek warships and are now t where is also the ian Mediterranean squadron It is that the British low nt Piraeus Greece will be lered to proceed tc Beirut Syria This morning M of foreign affairs Bapst councilor of the French em- sj in Constantinople directing n present to-day to Pasha Ottoman minister of foreign affairs note asking how the proposes to pay the claim and demanding the execution of the sultan's dealing that matter o TAMMANY TO HAVE FINAL RALLY WILL NO'i MEET THEIR MORROW IN NEW YORK 1 the hangman for heir blow about adjusting the made e a brief speech denouncing those who had borne witness against him and an oath that he would back and pick the ejes out said change known him for fne ten fifteen and of them one exception they testified that Dunn's for- moral character was bad Tho twenty years Most fanners With only exception Thomas Swank tins postmaster at He said know what Dunn's reputation for moral character was Judge Hench had considerable trouble in getting the witness to answer thu preliminary question for tion Witness did not seem to un- and the court explained bv telling the witness that the tion for moral character was what people in his neighborhood said him Mr Colerick took exceptions M the court's interpretation but the witness deprived the defense of the legal point they wished to make V saying that he did not know what Dunn's character was Mr Colerick then asked the witness Mr Swank how long he had been postmaster are confident tint the findings will lie against him on several cations His friends feel that he is entitled to vindication A FRIGHTFUL FATALITY CHAMPION Mich Nov of a frightful fatality on Lake igan have been received here W and Able Levin sons of Levin Michigan merchants and Emil and Albin Carlson were drowned last night while attempting to row across the lake in a storm The bodies not yet been recovered and the reply was Six KILLED HIS FATHER years one-half miles from Said that moral character of Charles Dunn was by hearsay bad CURTIS Witness said he resided at Xo 1 Elm street Lived in Allen county twenty years Knew defendant since while he was living on side avenue When asked whether hn knew the moral character of Dunn he replied in a loud WALTER HATRE Mr was recalled and testified as the condition of the well back of the saw mill and stated that there very water in Snid he was looking for the child when he went to the well Witness knew that Dunn's moral character around len was bad W II ROOT Mr Root was recalled and stated that the moral character of the de- was not of the best AUGUST C Said that he knew the defendant With this he quit evidently that he had scored a point by showing that Postmaster Swank in that length of of service and did nut with what his reputation character Edwin the last ness and with his examination and dismissal the court adjourned until o'clock in the afternoon AFTERNOON SESSION The first witness called to the stand in the afternoon was Harry Erwin He had Mr Dunn for eighteen years and said the general reputation for moral character of Dunn was bnd The state then called to the stand Dr Frank Greenwell DR had assisted in the first mortem examination of the body of Alice Cothrell and Judge Hench witness what had done at that time in regard to pressure on the neck and around the hyoid hone He MiM there was a slight pressure WASHINGTON 111 Nov tect his mother an ov his father Daniel Hogan Jr shot Daniel Sr in the back in the Hogan home last Saturday night The wounded man who recently operated as a bookmaker on a Chicago race track died last night The boy is un- der MUST HAVE THEIR PIE 0 Nov prisoners in the work house here struck they could not have pie for breakfast dinner and supper They have been locked in cells for with bread and water but none hate given in yet WEDDING WASHINGTON Nov ding of Adjutant General Corbin will lake place at noon Wednesday and will be a brilliant social Miss Patten the bride will no attendants at the wedding and will be given iway by Senator John P Jones an old friend of her WU MAY REMAIN HERE WASHING TON Nov Wu Ting Fang still says to-day that he hab no advices regarding the in- tention of Chinese government to recall him Wu's recall is no surprise however to the United States state department President McKinley's administration did not take to Wu's lobbying against the Chinese exclusion act WENT TO NEW YORK WASHINGTON Nov dent and Mis Roosevelt left for York at H a in Ibey were acconi by Secretary Cortelyou Secretary Loeb Henry ney the white house steward and Whitney the editor Out- ing INDIANA MAX NAMED WASHINGTON Nov dent to-day appointed John R Bon nell of Crawfordsville Ind collector of internal revenue for the seventh district of that state MINE HAS RICHES NEW YORK Nov The cratic campaign managers in e upon a radical hi I original i ended with held night change provides for a final will speak at of meetings The leaders have been in- to whoop things The will not meet the Shepard move They call the democratic change of program a confession of sure defeat The betting is even and Brooklyn will be the great battle THEY FEAR REPEATING Superintendent of Elections yesterday addressed a letter EDUCATOR IS TO BE HANGED Ala Nov f II Sparks a of the Uni- of Chicago and a well known negro educator Saturday was here to be hinged Dec 20 fov the of Jake Ingersoll the bann nf a with whom he was infatuated The murder occurred about six veeks ago Sparks crept ip to the home of Ingersoll one ing the fitter per near an open window ind firing barrels of a shotgun blew Ingersoll's brad It afterward established that Ingersoll's wife had Sparks the weapon SHE WEIGHED 480 POUNDS XENIA Nov Jine the largest woman in the slate is dead at her home south of Xenia In good health she weighed pounds and at the of bur death six weeks illness she weighed 423 pounds FRESH ARREST ROBBER CHICAGO Nov working on the postoffice robbery be- lieve they are on the track of and that an arrest made lopt will result in the nf member of the gang that got with worth of stomps Nov ican Mining contains the lowing article about the great United mine the property of Senator W A Clark winch if correct would indicate that it is probably the est mine and he the richest man in the It has only lately come to light that the average value of the ore taken from the United is ton in all silver and copper This mine so far as has been developed including tions nnd diamond drilling present workings shows an immense Police Commissioner Murphy forming him that it had been a large gang of repealers been in Jersey City to come over to New York to vote in the ninth assembly district in this city His information also was that another gang had been formed in that district to invade Jersey City and he asked Colonel assistance in preventing the repeaters from voting Chief Murphy of Jersey City was also of the alleged attempt to be made to vote illegally WOMEN IN CAMPAIGN One of the features of the fusion campaign lias been the work of women's campaign committee A re- port issued to-day says this ce had distributed several hundred copies in English and nan of a pamphlet purporting to be in expose of vice in the city Demo crats also had a women's campaign actively at work during the canvass but no report of its bors has yet appeared NO CLEW TO WHEREABOUTS COLUMBUS O Nov to to-day not the slightest clew beer found as to the whereabouts o C A Kylor alias Charles tin Chardon bank robber and of the Blinky Morgan gang Low rev was rescued from a C A C train by two pals who threw peppe in the face A reward of has been offered for Lowroy Extra cts for Frying can Standards Best Stewing can Nice Celery bunch Fine Malaga Grapes Ib Jamaica Oranges doren Wax Messina Lemons Cape Cod Cranberries Oc qut New Chestnuts quart WHITE FRUIT HOUSE BUFFALO CATTLE MARKET EAST LIBERTY Nov 30 cars slow Hogs steady Sheep loads on sale steady CHICAGO CATTLE MARKET CHICAGO Cattle strong lOc higher Hogs 25.000 10 cents higher Sheep 22.000 higher than Friday active CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET CHICAGO Nov De- cember wheat corn oats January pork Possibly the fish this year in Allen county was landed Saturday near park bv Mr Frank Feipel It weighed It pounds THE WEATHER s Fair to-night and warmer northwest portion Tuesday
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