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   Fort Wayne Times-Post (Newspaper) - July 15, 1895, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               TIMES-POST. VOL. 43. MONDAY EVENING, JULY 15, 1895. TEN CENTS A WEEK. oxntnJiied. 'After they 'had suecedt Inyettih'y the coftln placed uwuy will oul. examination, it.wlll1 readily be sou that all thai was neceHsary for Ihcin 1 do was to iliainlLT it and remove th wooden blocks in order Ut preclude tl discovery of the paljiab fraud. discovery that the budy.w; missing was maily Lhrongh ihe persi k-nce Nolilc of Elwuod, who i his capacity, as llnancial secretary o tlie Foresters' lodge refused I make affidavit tic' lo Myers' death be fore lie had seen the remains. At llrs it was supposed that medical sttidcn had stolen them, just as i Cox am) Itu n lilt had hupud, Gut th suspicion of fraud arose, am it was then believed ilia flyers was still living and parly lo tin? scheme. Since uglier rt mors iiave bcfe'iin to flout Dr. Cox In disappeared from Etwoud. but Hie For enters claim .'to be able -to pel him a. once... His wife has been inlcrviewei but alfccts thcideepest ignorance eil.be as lo tier husband's whereauouls or III people. It has been learned that sh sent a heavy Ironboiind "Irnnk awa from Eiwood one night'recently, ant .-in elfort is now being madu to find Hit in hope that it _miiy cast fnrtiier ligli upon the POPE'S than we shall attempt lo run Ii affairs. There are Kiiighls of P Ih Jan in Illinois; and there was an i crease in membership last vear o which does' not indicate that II edict hiis had ilhy great elfeci so fa Of this increase at least one-third h; been in Cook county, .where we hav mombci-s." proportioii of that number ar Hoihan UatholiusV" was asked. "1 have no said Mr. Caldivel "You might asjwell ask me how man Preshylei-ians or (here iire. democrais and Wo do no ask men Who join the order >hitl (hu religion is, or Iheir polllics." "In the event of withdraw.-tl from tl order, is the endowment money i lostr "Yes. Our rules say that a membc cannot bcnelil on his insurance polic.j if he severs: ills connection with th order." "What per cent of the membershi hold endowment "I should say, not more thnn 10 pi. cent." "Isiliiotafacllhalhatf the mem bership in Chicago is Human Catholic? "I have no means of knowing, but certainly think nol. Perhaps il may b so, but a man's religions belief is no impiired into. 1 ilo nol, think Ihe put lie is inlen-sted in this matter, anyway If a member wishes lo withdraw, he i til perfecl liberly lo do so. are sal isiled with the growth of Ihe order, an will not give ihe pope nnd his edict FISH! SHU I'rlsoilcrs I'ltcod Acting Mil y llltscr This The Ciise of Thomas Myers Grim ..In Must Leave Their S cret Drownud in Hit Ijikc and William Mn were arrested hist night by UfHeer Die son charged wilh commitlingan iissau and battery on William Kuhner Dweng'er avenue. The otllcer sitw tl fitrht and when Pelttl and gut a glimpse of him the started (o run and That He Is Not a 1'rti.sidentml CumllUntc. WAS MYERS LEAVE THE CHURCH Tlie Pope's Edict Head ill Ilie Dl( cese u[ Arcitllisluip TO THE HE IS TOO AGED. Or Is lie Alive iind a Party io tli 'Seiietn'c tu'Gct Never Agiiin Csiine lo Nomination of Heed, McKIhlcy or Allison. EVIDENCE POINTS TO CAUSE MANY RECOVER THE in- three shots were llred lo frlghtc Ilium. Finally the fellows gave up, tu Dickson had placed auolher .sprintii event to Itis credit. This MONEY Two Ur..- Cox llus IHsnp poured, hut Ills "Locution Is Known ti. tlie i-ciiows, Knigiitit o I'ythhis -nnd Soiis of Tempo ran it bli Wife mid Two Uakley, assessed a line of ui costs. Fred Lcgonwish was arrested Sutnrdi night by Olllcer Aiketi lor dninkuiinus He put up bail and furfeited this mor Private Watchman Fuscliobur a resleil Charles Waters and Albert for jumping on a Qninil Itapli and Indiana train. When Hrukema Soutliurn ordered (hem olf fit ill, to get and (lie oil leer took thorn froi tlie car. The cases were Siundnril, nnd silver In No Danger of living Chosen. CiBM, Ind., July A. F. Bin-ncl an raiwood.drufsfjKit, and Pniiik LytJu a ahissworker ,of the Biimc place, 'wet Arrest Saturday night for complicil In the murder uf Myers, (he illilcral and heavily insured nephew of Ur. 1 A. Cox. Warrants for Dr. Cox tind lii wifeare fn the hands of the sheriff o Madison "county, The order of Purest ci-a believes it lias Cox located. Th assertion .is made that. ho Is In Toxiis but (lie Impression is tluit UK- order ha traced ill in to the southern part of Ind unit. Oltlcershavcfronein search of him The search for the miss ing body o Myers is .still being kept up ill thi plaw. No trace of tlie hidden lias yet been fou ml. Homo believe tha when Cos and his alleged accomplice lire close pressed they will prod uu Myers nlive and thus eseape the clmrg of murder. The general impression however, is that Uiuymuig man wa poisoned. The oflluers of (he order o Foresters, who have made the invest! gallon are (horouchly convinced 01 this point. They believe that HnrinH and Lytle were to receive some of Ui Insurance money for tins purl, thej played. Charles Lispenard, chief depute runner of Ihe order of fur festers, u whose Instigation the arrests wor made, tells the folio wing story: "Thomas Myers wan not a party ti Lliu attempt to defraud the insnranci companies, but was probably (nil on of the way In order that other Inleresl parties might secure the hciicllts Poison may have been used to Ihls With the aid of a detective have gained an account of Hie smisa tlomil alfalr from Us lucipienoy, mid i confession may bo Kocnred from inie o tin; Kiillly parties tit an earjy_date. "In May Mr. T. A. Oox of "iClwood, so It IK believed, took out liiKiinuicu In the Order of Forresters upon life of bin illiteraiu mtphew, Thonuitj Myers. Three Iliousiind WHS also scoured in Hut Kqtiliabh) Aid. Shortly iiftor thin the doctor opened a Huh market, at lliu little (own uf 0 oiii, in miles away, and placed his nephew In charge. In tin; latter part or. limn Hie neplmw look sick, presumably with the grip, and Ills mm door neighbor, (irncer OrlggHon, notil for Dr. Oiix. Instead of coming in per-KIIH, the diKitorsenl a prescription by u niiin nameil A. I1', llnriietl. Myura look the medicine and shortly afterward became mneh worse. A telegram wns hunt in Cox aniionnciiiK the dan-KITOUH him, and (his time ho responded in person. He also brought with him a limn named Ijytle, whom he Introduced us u physician, but  der that went into effect yesterday, an must now count themselves as osln ctscd from all communion with the ri_, liglon of Iheir fathers. They cannu kneel -ui the same altar with the wives, sisters, brothers and -parent they are barred from the sacriment frum confessional and all the eeremc nk'K dial ihe church performs for th good of ils failhTul members, am worse limn" all, when death comes Ihe ground ami without the riles of molht chitr'ch, no masses Sttng, and no won of priest or puslor (o Kout he Ihe surrin of mourning friends and relatives. Such Is the elFccl of the edict of Pop Leo XIII, read from every Unmti Catholic pulpit yesterday morning, in only in Chicago, but throughout 'ih dloceso of Aruhblshop I-Vulian. For nearly u year il lias been know in the secret Kucletlcs mimed dial th edict the pope was in force, but no enforced. The priests had In a sem olllcial nolltleil tin: church mem bers of the ban, but it was allowed 1 lapse because the archbishop wished 1 give ihe members of Ihe various order uHVoted by Uio edict a chance tn with draw. Many have availed thoiusulve of thin privilege, but Ihe great ntajoril) have mil, mid at length a doubt of th auiheiitlcliy uf the edict arose in ih minds of Ihe church members. TIM doubt urept into (he secular and rcllg mis [intss and came (o llm knowledg of Mgr. Balolll, llm ddegaleof lite pop In thin country. Hu at once look slep o correel tin! wrong impression tint luulgomiout, and nuiillcd Ai-chhiKho] to Net.1 thai every district In his illoouti! was mudo tiuijualtilud wllli tin-dcslreof the pitpt1, and tlnii the wild was to hi> observed lo Uie strict i'sl lot I or of tins law. tin Ii IK Hint sotnn IvnlghlsofPylhlas nnd several Ihoii-sii nd Odd Kelltm'fi and SOIIH of Temper-nice will (his morning iiwuku wilh llu> :urse of Koine upon ihom. Tlici-r. Is one way lo avoid II. and lhal .s io resign frum Die order and do it liilckly, They cannot appeal lo the irchblshop under pretext of having nnney Invested In the .mdowment policies of the order, and llial.it would Im mrdshlp lo give this up. "lU-slgii or >e untler tlie Is the word from the itilpil, and Unit the ranks of IhcUiiei-ecret societies will be greally depleted vithln a few weeks there is link- doubt. "The church has noejipi-clal aiiti-wltliy for these orders anv more Minn gainst nil secret said Iti'V. J. Muldeon, chancellor of Ihediocese f Chicago. "As a church tlie great Jatliolic religion seeks to do good to all ion, and it cannot lolerate or connte-ance a body Unit has an oatli Unit pre-IMIIS uvun the church from knowing Us member.1) do. 'It Is ihe foster-igofa IIL-W cull away from tin; leadings of t lie church, and OVIMI having a ottghuts ceremony uftlsowii Ihnl. is ob-ectionable. of ihe proscribed icieties has a ritual for the burial f Ihe detid and an an iron-bound oath lal "forces Mm mem hers to follow llndly whalever the head men say. 'heir wills, u Odd-given power lo Judge elween the right and wrong, is taken way from them, and (his (he church an not loleralc. The elfccl of (he edict s that, no member of Ihesi! societies an receive Ihe bunelils of Ihe church n any way. The sue nun en t will nol 10 conferred nor will confession bit ieard. At death no mass can be said r the burial lake place under Ihe riles f the church." "Are there not many other societies iat come under the general head of eeret societies' lhal the church conn-mancesV" "None ike these. The church has n objection to thu semisecrel orders, ich as the Foresters, for insLtincj. hey have a grip, password and a rilual or initiation, which is u mere social orm. Such societies are permissible; ley have no religions rites and no oalh iat forces Us in umbers lo become mere mppets in (lie hands of the leaders." "Suppose a man lo be a member of iRofihese proscribed orders and his is a good church momher, "Oh, you think the church would ere Whig discord in ihe the reverend chancellor." Not so; the duirch deals only with in-vldnnls. Hach is responsible for aloue. They must judge helher to Hiay within Ihe juilc of ihe inrch or In leave it. There will be (impulsion, nolnlerforence." Mr. Ctildwcll Talks. "The grand lodge and the order in on oral will do nothing in regard to Ihe lict nf (lie said Henry P. Oald-ell, grand lumper of records anil happy purly of six iishermen le Fc.rl, Wayne for Itluu hnkc ye.slerdu morning, never dreaming lliul hefoi would have invaded their midst. San ucl KlinlK, Robert Crau, .Joseph Schnei John Minnick and two friends con posed Ihe party, and they drovu over i 11 r. KunU's wagon. They left For Wayne abonl o'clock in the morninj, arriving al Iflne Lake early. The da passed pleasantly, each of tin- men ing secured a boat, and wilh book am line spent the day in lishing. About o'clock Knnlx pnllud n big IKISS 1 (he lop of the waler. but Hie llsh g. away bcfuru ho could -wl it in bi.s lioiit Mr. Kuntu stood up preparing }m tin to again throw it into Ilie waler, wbei ie suddenly fell forward into the laki, Tlie other boals were near by and bus tened to ihe spot where hi ell overboard ready (o rescue him, he never came lo the lop of the wale again, alive. The water where Sir sank wan only about seven fn; deuj) and tliu bed is covered with grass, and the Impression firsl prevaik'i thai he had canglil In thu grass am could nol release himself. A grappling hook was secured and in less lhan hal an hour the body was found exactlj whore II had sunk. II. was carried l (he shore and word was immedialeh m-iil lo the coroner of AVhilley countj at Columbia Oily. The Imlimci-of (h mrly arrangeil lo relnrn lo Fort Wayne curing tlie body in charge of Mr. Crm (oawail tin; orders of the coroner, wli did not viow II last nighl, and (lie re mn Ins were kept In Ihe boat house. 'his morning, however, he examined i few witnesses and viewed (he hody, am tn a number of Fort Wayne people win were still al lllne Lake he Intimato ho wmild return a verdict of aceldenia drowning. MiinyofMr luinlx's friend lellevo that he was when lie fell rom Hie boat and In Ihi.s manner ac-onnl Ihufacl that bin body did uul omit In ihe titirface, as Is always ihe asewhi-n a man h drowning. Mr. has snifered oitu or two attacks f hearl Ironbh. and he may havo had neoflhese aiiaeks in the boiil or he lay have been overcome by the heat, s persons who on the lake yosler-ay say thai It was vnry sultry and hoi. nine bi'lleve that the body tune up under ihe bnal, but, this ts nly a guess as when Ihe body was re-oven-d it .stood head down just as lint lan fell from Ihe boat, The body was slill a Chimihus.u. til o'clock this morning when Mr. Veilman, Ihe undertaker, sent a (Me-nun ordering II shipped to tbU city on ic llrsl train. Mr. Cran will probably rrlve with the llils ov.jning ver Ihe Crand Itaplds and Indianu Mr. ICuntj; Was Hie Fort Wayne agent flli-asser.t llrand's Toledo beer, and as well known lo hundreds of our pco-le. lie was married and leaves a wife ml two Hiiiiill children. The wife, lien informed of the as completely prostrated. Tin; home H on Smith CullH.un filn-iM. Nil ar-ingemenls for the funernl have liei-n 110I1Y IS COMlNfl. Word was received at noon. Unit ihe oily would be brought, across country n a wagon Ibis afternoon and may here ere the TiMKs-1'os-r goes t .Inly A Times-Iferald special from Mansfield, O., says: Senator John Sherman was seen at his residence yesterday and his views asked on nrcslduiilial politics. Ho said he was nol a candidate and added: "If all the people of the United Stales should join loijelher and offer it to me I would not-accept the position. 1 am loo old. A'o mini of seventy-two has the right to nn-dtirliike the work and responsibilily which come to the chief of the United Stales. Il, is a position of wear and lear and il should have n younger man. 1 "We do not tack candidates. There is Ilccd of Maiim. His ability is beyond   ami Ignored tljti so) Icl lal ions of tln y llm carload for ihe new system was nloadi'd thn'is wt-eks ago and a force f men hogan the construction of tlxi ew sysiem. The now work was carried n with such dispatch thai now most of lie poles aro up and much of the wire trnng, and the new company promises have tin; working Inside of hlrlyduys. Thai the Central Union does not end lo give up or divide ihe Held wilh-iil a llfln Is evident, from tlu> rln-nhirx lataro being received by telephone alniiiH. Circular No. 1 gives a recital f how the Harrison company gone pin Ihe air al Decalnr and the Cen-ral Union had triumphed. Circular 'o. a is a warning againsi infringing n the Hull palenls under which the ompany operates. The PhoiMii.x Tetc-honi: company promises a reduction of enlal rates, and II Is unthtr.stund tu mve contrite led with all the Central Dion customers with oin; lixeeplion. war of rates will doubtless follow the >mplction of the new minstrels and excursion to Romo City noxtThuis-day. Usual faro. You can't afford lo miss it. TIIK CATHOLICS. of ilie Vtcu-l'reM liluni, itu. liipsc iittd Is Verj-Hlck-SllKl'ily Dciior. HI.OOMISOTON, .Inly in. Mrs. Adlal 10. Stevenson, who was Itiken suddenly Ml on t'Vidiiynnd who wns much belter .Salnrdav night, experienced a elapse ul. noon yesterday, and were again .summoned, she snf-ered consldurnbly during the int toduy is believed lo bo in a much teller condition limn she lias been since Ml attacked. Gen. John C. autumn f Now '.York -oily, a kinsman of Mrs. Stevenson, find .liidjje W. U. Kwliij; of Mrs. Stevenson's cousin, spent wo days with the finally, depart.) ni; last AinoiiK .Mumburs or 11 I'ro-tCHtnnl lllhlu CIUHM. UIUIVK, N. July There was an npronron lerday aflernoon, and a war nf words has nol been there for years. Il occurred In ihe (tilde class meeting held at the mUlnrlmn, led by President Thom.m laiilon, Lh. of Semi-ii ry. Theless.m was on "The Oohhiii alf." A dlspuln arose coiieernitif; lolalry, which drifted Into a hot dln-iiKslon on the merlls of Itoman Ualhol-c. is in. Ilanlonlsan Irishman, and e Is proud of It, and a prolefdant. VlH'nOalh.diclsni was beliiK denounced e jumped lo his feel and wilh his arms lining the air exclaimed: "The ignorant woman who hi faith nws In an image is on safer ground inn ihu sillier-higher critics who seem have lost all faith. 1 thank Uod for u; Catholic church." This was irrenlcd with mingled ap-lauKt! uml of by the class of il.OOO. The loiuler as vigorously altacked by some of his ssocialns. When Ihe question box WHS iisneil one ipiery was: "Wouldn't il e belter if the. leader of tin; Ocean rove liible elass were a little stronger mtoshiutV" More applaiise followed llils. The iclor shouted "I want you to underiitaiid I am no irrow minded Protestant. If yon in'l like that, why you needn't." The ISiblo class is noted for ils hot Nlngnni Falls Rycnrslon of will bo run over ihe Nickel Plate Road Aug. ISIIh. Ask for time ml rates. n'lll bo tlio Cluiritc Tliomas Mulhearn, a saloonkeeper at, he cornttr of Fnirllcld and Col-rick street, will he arrested for vlolnl-ig the liipior law. Thorn were coin-luiiils lhal Mulhearn had been Kolllng rinks in his Kitchen, which is in the of the saloon. Olllcer lllnes vlsllcd ie place vesterdnv and oasilv gainer n cnlrance. Ih- claims lhal 'when he ntered the place Mulhearn was in the of hringliiiju drink from Ihe liar-toin 10 a ciiHtomerin the kitchen. The Ulcer also claims thnl Mullii-arn sold nee hollies of beer lo another indi-idual. Ho will Ix-arreKU'd a H'arlng TO COMMIT AIUUDKK: wo Men lit lluliron, IiiJ., IVcakciuil the Uisl Mimiuiil.-Woniiiii hid., July A sensa-oii wns caused here yoslerday by tin? rrestofSIrs. .fohn U.-ddhiKUm, n woll resident, of tins cily, mi a vnrrtinl sworn oul late IIIRI by 'rosecutor Thomas 11. Hunnl uf Porter ml Lake conniles. The defendant is htirye.l witli two men of lebron to murder Heard. They weak-neil al tho hist momunt and conllded to friend who informed (he olljcers. :cjird lias for several months IH-CII very evcre on violations of-law and has in-nrred the liiiemily of many uvil IN Iitdliiiui Girl Will niko u Trip 10 .lloxlco mi u July Miss Jessie obin.soii, a handsome young lady f wlto resides at John reel, this city, lias completed rrangements lo make a bicycle in from Ciiicagoto Hie Clly of Mexico, distance of miles. Miss Itobln-m will leave Chicago Aug. 10, clad in eat bloomers, and expects lo nr-vc in Mexico Kept. 17. Tills stiipen ons task is not thcouteomouf a wngcr. iss Hobinson believes she can mala; ic trip in :iS days, barring accidents, id has Ihe daring to undertake il. She ill ride MORI; Indoodl Everybody Is olng to Romo City nextThurs-nywlth the Elks. -The boss xcuraion of tha season. Jiipiuicac Stilt Have Tliclr Wur I'uiiit A llottlo Evangelical Sunday school con-enlion will beheld at Linwood I'arlC ermiliion, Aug. 7, and low rale ex-irsion tickets will b.' available via Ihe ickel Plate rotid. Ask agenls. KOKO, July A force of OIK) Japanese troops lias Tnatula attack the black limp atTai Wan Fu siand, Formosa. A battle between lliu troops is expected to take lace July 20. A si rang naval force dll co-operalo with' the hind force. apanese reports received hurt; from the mill parl of the island of Formosa low that all is (pilot Applause is nol allowed in this ace on Sunday, but il came out today Silver Tongucd Orator Will He Here NEW (hu crowd. "Jolly Slxlyl-'lvc" tho Nn me tlic Don't Know Him. SAX KUAN-CISCO, Cal., July arencii llarr, the Chinatown ,10 wns stabbed by C. H. Henderson, traveling salesman said lo be from oclieslur, !N. in tlie bar room at ,he Italdwin lionsccarlySnlurday niorn-njj died this morning. Henderson en charged with murder. He is un-lown In Rocheslei. ex-CoiiKrcHHiium rrom Nchra.sku Win lllscn.sH the l-ioo Colnncu uf Silver llcforc Ton Wayne new social and amusement club iat is declined lo become both famous lis city. It will be known as Hie 'Molly and numbers among its embers sumo of the most agreeable id entertaining young men in the city. Hoershlngcr lias been elected resident and Henry I'ifpcnbrink secre-ry. There are now nearly '10 and it is i-xpeeted (hat thecnnsli-tloinil limit. (15, will be reached by i: end of tin; week. Articlesof association are being drawn Mindllu; new organization will hi; ily incorporated under ihe laws of ilie ite. Hnitable apartnu-nls will be n led for the club and 11 ".lolly Sixty-Five" is snrn tu he from In Ihe amusement line, larles Kraft bus hi-en clt-ctc-il musical Lake Maxinkiickec and re rn via Nickel Plate road. Tickets )od returning until Oct. iM, Kates to Linwood Park, Vcr-million, re filtered during the summer months y the Nickol Plato road. -delightful immcr resort. telegram from ox-Congressman ryan al, l.incolii. Neb., in response to i fmpiiry, Kl tiles that he will be able speak hen; on next ay even-ng. Arrangenienis ant being made idtheplaco of will be nn-ounced lomnrrow. Mr. Itryan Is one Hie brightest orators in tho United ales, and those who are priviligcd to ;ar him will enjoy a "real STILL IN Friends Again Deny Tluit lie Is Out Of tho Flour IS ALWAYS COOO. Don't Take Any Other. ADE BY LOBE MILLS. Remarkable Discovery. COI.OIIADO yriiiNos, Colo., July 15. Hurrell and Professor Duvon-trtof the university of Illinois claim have discovered by accident a ro-arkabie phenomenon in the Oiu-den f llio (Jods. They claim lo have found tat if a person places him.solf nrtar Die inter of the easi side of (he rock al this trlh entrance nnd annihcr stands on ib hill opposite, across the valley, a stance of about one-third of a mile, a ommon conversation can be held at irtldistanci! bclwoen the It may be true that Charles A. present "mayor of is decided to withdraw his iispiritlion or a higher dlllcc in tlie mayoralty line, has been said upon good authority at hi: intended lo leave the Held clear the other fellows, bill now his friends uy tin: si a lemon t, as slanderous and ilrue. They claim that hu is more an ever in Ihe race, and that he will iilinne in it io the end. Murriiige License. William C, Hyeland Delia JL Sleph-Moses Joseph and Mary First Kxcursion on the Nickel ate Pond to Niagara Kails will be UK- lllih- Ask agents fop neltedulu of ecial train ami rates. Now Uriel The county commissioners opened ds for now bridges to be built in county. They are all small bridges id will nolcosltoosceed There e live u Divorce. Mary Itennett was granted a divorce mi Abraham Itennett by Judge Daw-n this morning. Tho Cuban War. MADIIIII, July An olllcia! dispatch rom Havana snys that the Ohnook will be July 21at, only 2.5O R. T. Got your ticket ow at North depot. Hiispiclon, should the collln's three (he pope lo run our order Rome City next Thursday 1th tho Elks' excursion, on a defanll. .1. It. Harper was rs.   

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