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Fort Wayne Times-Post (Newspaper) - July 15, 1895, Fort Wayne, Indiana VOL. 43. MONDAY JULY 15, 1895. TEN CENTS A they the placed will readily be sou that all thai was for 1 do was to it and remove th wooden blocks in order Ut preclude tl discovery of the discovery that the missing was maily ihe persi of who i his as secretary o tlie lodge refused I make affidavit lo death be fore lie had seen the At it was supposed that medical had stolen just as i Cox Itu n lilt had Gut th suspicion of fraud am it was then believed ilia flyers was still living and parly lo Since uglier rt mors to flout Dr. Cox In disappeared from but Hie For enters claim be able pel him a. His wife has been but ignorance as lo tier husband's or III It has been learned that sh sent a heavy awa from one ant elfort is now being madu to find Hit in hope that it cast upon the POPE'S than we shall attempt lo run Ii There are of P Ih Jan in and there was an i crease in membership last vear o which not indicate that II edict hiis had ilhy great so fa Of this increase at least one-third been in Cook we hav of that number ar was have no said Mr. might ask me how man or and Wo do no ask men Who join the order religion or the event of from tl is the endowment money i lostr Our rules say that a cannot on his insurance if he ills connection with th per cent of the hold endowment should not more 10 the mem in Chicago is Human have no means of but certainly think Perhaps il may b but a man's religions belief is no 1 ilo think Ihe put lie is in this anyway If a member wishes lo he i til liberly lo do so. are sal with the growth of Ihe an will not give ihe pope nnd his edict SHU Acting Mil y This The of Thomas Myers Grim Must Leave Their S cret in Hit and William Mn were arrested hist night by Die son charged wilh and battery on William Kuhner The tl and when and gut a glimpse of him the started run and That He Is Not a 1'rti.sidentml WAS MYERS LEAVE THE CHURCH Tlie Pope's Edict Head ill Ilie cese TO THE HE IS TOO Or Is lie Alive a Party io tli Never lo Nomination of or EVIDENCE POINTS TO CAUSE MANY RECOVER THE in- three shots were llred lo Finally the fellows gave tu Dickson had placed event to Itis This MONEY Two Cox hut Ills Is Known ti. tlie o of Tempo ran it bli Wife mid Two assessed a line of ui Fred was arrested night by lor He put up bail and this mor Private Watchman a Charles Waters and Albert for jumping on a and Indiana When ordered olf fit to get and oil leer took thorn froi tlie The cases were nnd silver In No Danger of living July A. F. an and a the Arrest Saturday night for In the murder uf and heavily insured nephew of 1 A. Warrants for Dr. Cox tind lii fn the hands of the sheriff o Madison The order of Purest believes it lias Cox Th assertion .is made ho Is In but Impression is order ha traced ill in to the southern part of Ind search of him The search for the miss ing body o Myers is being kept up ill thi No trace of tlie hidden lias yet been fou Homo believe tha when Cos and his alleged accomplice lire close pressed they will prod uu Myers and thus the of The general impression is that man wa The of order o who have made the gallon are convinced 01 this They believe that and Lytle were to receive some of Ui Insurance money for tins Charles chief depute runner of Ihe order of fur u whose Instigation the arrests wor tells the folio wing Myers wan not a party ti Lliu attempt to defraud the but was probably on of the way In order that other parties might secure the Poison may have been used to Ihls With the aid of a detective have gained an account of Hie smisa from Us mid i confession may bo from inie o parties tit an May Mr. T. A. of so It IK took out In the Order of upon life of bin Three WHS also scoured in Hut Shortly thin the doctor opened a Huh at lliu little uf 0 in miles and placed his nephew In In latter part limn Hie look presumably with the and Ills mm door for Dr. Instead of coming in the a prescription by u A. look the medicine and shortly afterward became A telegram hunt in Cox the and time ho responded in He also brought with him a limn named whom he Introduced us u who 1ms since proved to be ii Together limy arc thought to have compounded some and it f I Or was understood given as to he mill H It got Into a carriage and drove leaving lliu patient hi ihe care of Where went on this trip Is not but it Is believed Unit it was not far Then was the where hody was on and on morning Myers sank so that he would have died had it not been for ilie efforts of grocer was alarmed at the way things were going and wanted to In but Dr. Cox would not permit it. com in then with but little changes until afler when look the grooer out for a Upon their tHurn Hox met them at the door with a long and Myers is was not permitted to view the remains nor to in preparation for In iii the village wis allowed In the although curiosity ran All ihal Dr. Cox Stood ilio roam where Myers hud for the storeroom had been converted into a temporary and near daybreak they started overland to the Clilford During Unit Sunday night it is supposed that Myer's hody was laid In tho hidden tomb and the wooden blocks substituted to give tho of u dead weight in the colt In. discovery of empty In the ClilFord cemetery and Dr. students had probably It have been previously Within the last It haft been learned that the family with which Cos and stayed the night after burial heard them during it is inferred that then that went lo the due up tiie and caved hi its top in order lo create the impression that MIC Brave had been Having evidence to prove that Myers had actually Cox and his accomplices are said lo huve preferred lo bury him in tin unknown grave rather run risk of having July member of the Knights of Odd Fellow and of Temperance were author placed under the ban of 11 Romish church by the published der that went into effect an must now count themselves as from all communion with the of They cannu kneel the same altar with the brothers and they are barred from the frum confessional and all the dial ihe church performs for th good of ils am worse when death comes Ihe ground ami without the riles of no masses and no won of priest or Kout he Ihe surrin of mourning friends and Such Is the of the edict of Pop Leo read from every Catholic pulpit yesterday in only in but throughout of For nearly u year il lias been know in the secret mimed dial th edict the pope was in but no The priests had In a sem church mem bers of the but it was allowed 1 lapse because the archbishop wished 1 give ihe members of Ihe various order by Uio edict a chance tn with Many have availed of thin but Ihe great have mid at length a doubt of th uf the edict arose in ih minds of Ihe church TIM doubt into secular and mis and came llm knowledg of Mgr. llm lite pop In thin Hu at once look slep o wrong impression tint and to thai every district In his was mudo the and the wild was to observed lo Uie strict lot I or of tins tin Ii IK Hint nnd several nd Odd and of will morning wilh of Koine upon Is one way lo avoid and lhal io resign frum Die order and do it They cannot appeal lo the under pretext of having Invested In the policies of the and would Im lo give this or tlie Is the word from the and Unit the ranks of societies will be greally depleted a few weeks there is church has for these orders anv more Minn gainst nil secret said J. chancellor of f a church tlie great religion seeks to do good to all and it cannot or a body Unit has an Unit the church from knowing Us Is ihe cull away from leadings of t lie and having a ceremony is of ihe proscribed has a ritual for the burial f Ihe and an an oath lal Mm mem hers to follow the head men u power lo Judge the right and is taken way from and church an not The of edict s no member of societies an receive Ihe of Ihe church n any The sue nun en t will nol 10 conferred nor will confession bit At death no mass can be said r the burial lake place under Ihe riles f the there not many other societies iat come under the general head of lhal the church ike The church has n objection to thu ich as the for hey have a password and a or which is u mere social Such societies are ley have no religions rites and no iat forces Us in umbers lo become mere in hands of the a man lo be a member of proscribed orders and his is a good church you think the church would ere Whig discord in ihe the reverend Not the deals only with Hach is responsible for They must judge to within Ihe of ihe or In leave it. There will be Mr. grand lodge and the order in on oral will do nothing in regard to Ihe lict nf said Henry P. grand lumper of records anil happy of six le Wayne for never dreaming would have invaded their San ucl Robert Schnei John Minnick and two friends con posed Ihe and they over i 11 r. They left For Wayne o'clock in the arriving al Lake The da passed each of men ing secured a and wilh book am line spent the day in About o'clock n big 1 lop of the but Hie g. away ho could it in Mr. Kuntu stood up preparing tin to again throw it into Ilie ie suddenly fell forward into the Tlie other boals were near by and bus tened to ihe spot where hi ell overboard ready rescue he never came lo the lop of the wale The water where Sir sank wan only about seven and bed is covered with and the Impression thai he had In thu grass am could nol release A grappling hook was secured and in less lhan hal an hour the body was found whore II had was carried l shore and word was lo the coroner of at Columbia The lo lo Fort Wayne curing tlie body in charge of Mr. Crm orders of the wli did not II last and re mn Ins were kept In Ihe boat he examined i few witnesses and viewed am tn a number of Fort Wayne people win were still al Lake he Intimato ho return a verdict of friend that he was when lie fell rom Hie boat and In manner that bin body did omit In ihe as Is always ihe a man h Mr. has oitu or two attacks f hearl and he may havo had in the or he lay have been overcome by the s persons who on the lake say thai It was sultry and nine that the body tune up under ihe this ts nly a guess as when Ihe body was it head down just as lint lan fell from Ihe The body was slill a til o'clock this morning when Mr. Ihe sent a ordering II shipped to tbU city on ic Mr. Cran will probably with the ver Ihe Crand and Indianu Mr. Was Hie Fort Wayne agent Toledo and as well known lo hundreds of our lie was married and leaves a wife ml two The lien informed of the as completely home H on Smith Nil for the have 110I1Y IS Word was received at Unit ihe oily would be across country n a wagon Ibis afternoon and may here ere the goes t A special from Senator John Sherman was seen at his residence yesterday and his views asked on Ho said he was nol a candidate and all the people of the United Stales should join and offer it to me I would the 1 am loo mini of seventy-two has the right to the work and which come to the chief of the United is a position of wear and lear and il should have n younger 1 do not tack There is of His ability is beyond ion and ho would be acceptable lo tlie republican party j his locality is There is he is an able man and will make a He 1 believe the support of and I would la see him lining further west we Mnd Senator In- is a sound man and has a He would make a good candidate and n yood The issue of tlie next the will bo tariff mid the republican party ever Ihe cause of a double asked the think replied Senator cannot have two as Yon may have gold or you may but yon cannot have both as Al. the present and of silver 1 there Is airy danger of Ihe people 11 as our WAS MURDERED Killed by With Desperate Hotel a member of De lodge it was learned t lint are 1 ween and Catholic in order In this nnd fa from the stale Jolin C. of th Odd Fellows could nol be but member estimated th membership In Cook counly o which were Catholics The Sons of Temperance have a but for a Had Ills A. Slmd by a null in July Delec today captured u who Inn been working Ihe eve Ihe name is A. ant the police say he is one of tlie beS known hotel in the country Nerney has been by tin police for several days and Hal unlay night he and Deleo live Peck were put lit rooms at the Stui day morning saw the thief his room and through hi lie sprung of bed HIM trapped With drew i An exulting light which ended by being senseless bya blow on tho of till chin. The detective received a slight enlon from the years of intil lonks it retired business July The re of Hie inn arrived here Th story of his lo effect that h lad been kicked by a proves l lhal he was murdered in cold blond b a member of Ihe Franklin Tim of Cobb's wan Insulted tin .si reels a Franklin Thursday and froi given mistook Cubb fo assaulted being Cobb was throw Inlo lie remained wilhon during the Friday morning he was I ihe home of Hie chief of police and hi family but he died a 11 o'clock Friday before ar His slayer admitted Ills rendered and Is In The Is well known by the and has always borne an excellent Intense exd lenient prevails in this city and his friends will leave mi stone In to secure Ihe conviction of Ms New Telephone Invades Old to n Muw Unload anil 1 Pat tip 1'otcn July Tim Central Union Telephone company hold a monopoly ami Ignored Icl lal ions of Champaign Commercial association for a reduction in and II was only lint wan lo in cities that a reduction A ago a resident in of a a telephone which was grained by the nf apparent somnolence and il was thought hat the new company hud treat was the when material llm carload for ihe new system was ago and a force f men hogan the construction of ew The now work was carried n with such dispatch thai now most of lie poles aro up and much of the wire and the new company promises have working Inside of Thai the Central Union does not end lo give up or divide ihe Held a Is from lataro being received by telephone Circular No. 1 gives a recital f how the Harrison company gone pin Ihe air al and the Union had Circular a is a warning infringing n the Hull under which the The company promises a reduction of and II Is tu mve contrite led with all the Central Dion customers with war of rates will doubtless follow the of the new minstrels and excursion to Romo City Usual You can't afford lo miss it. TIIK of ilie Is in. Mrs. 10. who was suddenly Ml on who much belter experienced a elapse noon and were again she during the int is believed lo bo in a much teller condition limn she lias been since Ml Gen. John C. autumn f Now a kinsman of Mrs. find W. U. of Mrs. Stevenson's spent wo days with the last or 11 N. July There was an lerday and a war nf words has nol been there for Il occurred In ihe class meeting held at the led by President of ry. was on A arose which drifted Into a hot on the of Itoman is in. and e Is proud of and a was denounced e jumped lo his feel and wilh his arms lining the air ignorant woman who hi faith nws In an image is on safer ground inn ihu critics who seem have lost all 1 thank Uod for Catholic This was with mingled uml of by the class of The as vigorously by some of his When Ihe question box WHS one il e belter if leader of Ocean rove elass were a little stronger More followed The shouted want you to I am no irrow minded If yon like why you The class is noted for ils hot Falls of will bo run over ihe Nickel Plate Road Aug. Ask for time ml bo Tliomas a saloonkeeper he of and will he arrested for the Thorn were lhal Mulhearn had been rinks in his which is in the of the ie place and gainer n claims lhal he the place Mulhearn was in the of drink from Ihe 10 a the The Ulcer also claims sold nee hollies of beer lo another Ho will a TO COMMIT wo Men lit the July A caused here by n woll of tins mi a sworn late by Thomas 11. uf Porter ml Lake The defendant is witli two men of lebron to murder They al tho hist and to friend who informed lias for several months very on violations and has the of many uvil IN Girl Will niko u Trip 10 mi u July Miss Jessie a handsome young lady f resides at John this lias completed lo make a bicycle in from Hie of distance of Miss will leave Chicago Aug. 10, clad in eat and expects lo in Mexico 17. Tills ons task is not a iss Hobinson believes she can ic trip in barring id has Ihe daring to undertake She ill ride Everybody Is to Romo City the boss of tha Stilt Have Wur A Evangelical Sunday school will beheld at Linwood Aug. 7, and low rale tickets will available via Ihe ickel Plate Ask July A force of Japanese troops lias attack the black limp atTai Wan Fu A battle between lliu troops is expected to take lace July 20. A si rang naval force dll the hind reports received from the mill parl of the island of Formosa low that all is Applause is nol allowed in this ace on but il came out today Silver Orator Will He Here NEW tho Nn me tlic Don't Know SAX July the Chinatown stabbed by C. H. traveling salesman said lo be from in tlie bar room at died this Henderson en charged with He is In Win the uf Silver Ton Wayne new social and amusement club iat is declined lo become both famous lis It will be known as Hie and numbers among its embers sumo of the most agreeable id entertaining young men in the lias been elected resident and Henry There are now nearly and it is will be reached by end of association are being drawn new organization will ily incorporated under ihe laws of ilie will be n led for the club and 11 is snrn tu he from In Ihe amusement larles Kraft bus musical Lake and re rn via Nickel Plate Tickets returning until Oct. Kates to Linwood re filtered during the summer months y the Nickol Plato telegram from ryan in response to i Kl tiles that he will be able speak on next ay ant being made of will be Mr. Is one Hie brightest orators in tho United and those who are to him will enjoy a STILL IN Friends Again Deny lie Is Out Of tho Flour IS ALWAYS Don't Take Any ADE BY LOBE Remarkable July 15. Hurrell and Professor the university of Illinois claim have discovered by accident a phenomenon in the f They claim lo have found tat if a person places Die inter of the easi side of rock al this entrance nnd stands on ib hill across the a stance of about one-third of a a conversation can be held at the It may be true that Charles A. present of is decided to withdraw his or a higher in tlie mayoralty has been said upon good authority at intended lo leave the Held clear the other now his friends uy si a lemon as slanderous and They claim that hu is more an ever in Ihe and that he will in it io the William Delia JL Joseph and Mary First on the Nickel ate Pond to Niagara Kails will be Ask agents fop of train ami Now Uriel The county commissioners opened ds for now bridges to be built in They are all small bridges id will There e live u Mary was granted a divorce mi Abraham by Judge this Tho Cuban July An dispatch rom Havana snys that the will be July 21at, only 2.5O R. T. Got your ticket ow at North should the three pope lo run our order Rome City next Thursday 1th tho on a It. Harper was
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