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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 21 July 1904

it ' t VOLUME ill PLYMOUTH. INDIANA, THUESDAY, JULY 21, H04 ' NO- 42 T Recorder'a Office f eb03 TPftTT Ii. u II I V ' i - f j f 7 1! u ii t i 1) HELD UP BY STRIKERS St. Paul Packing Plants Continue Under a State of "Peaceful" -Blockade. " TACXEB IS ORDERED TO LEAVE Hayor Lytle Tells Him to Get Out of Town Doesn't Go. Tan Sant Stands Pat" fits to State In- , terference Ultimatum of Strikers at Chicago, St Paul, July.20. With: the exception of the repudiation by the butchers union officials of nominal control of the blockade at the Swift packing plant there has been little change in the situation at South St.; Paul. The women stenographers and several of the leading officials of the Swift company branch were the only persons allowed to pass the picket lines, and all efforts to recruit the force of men who hare been in the plant for several days were apparently successfully resisted. "Why the Siege 1 Disavowed. The retirement of the union officials was evidently brought about to head o...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 21 July 1904

Übe Udbune. Established October 10. 1901. Oaiy Republican Newipaper In th Couaty. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OrrlCK Bltaell. Building. Corner L Porte and Center Street. Telephone No. 27. IlUBSCRIPTION RATES On Year, in advance. II JO; Six Months. 75 cents: Three 4 onth, 40 cents. delivered at any postoOee DVEKTISISG RATES made known on application. Catered at the postofflce at Plymouth, Indiana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., 'July 21, 1904 Judge Parker's silence was golden; but his telegram was terrifying. The democrats did bot expect to elect their candidate for vice president when they nominated bira. lie was just put on the ticket to fill it up and furnish money for campaign purposes. The North Am tri can Review has an article on "The New Hell." We suppose tbis new establishment Is "up to date, remodeled and refurnished throughout Ith all modern conveniences." "' ' ' " ' , W.- J. Bryan says Judg Parker and bis managers "adroitly and purposely conceale...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 21 July 1904

STRIKE CRISIS IS HEAR Situation at St. Paul Ha3 All the Signs of Very Serious ftüa Trouble. PACKING HOUSE UNDER JSIEGE Passes from the Strike Leaders Required Even for Telegraph. . Messengers. Conference on the Question of Calling for the Militia-Dark Outlook Also at Chicago. St Faul, July 1(1 The struggle be-, tween the 900 strikers and the Swift Co.'s branch at South' St Paul, in the effort of the company to man their plant at that point, wiil reach a crux today, when a force of over 100 regular police and deputy officers will at tempt to break through the well-organized picket lines surrounding ' the Swift yards. So daring have the strikers become that they have refused to allow any person to pass their lines except on presentation of a pass signed and sealed by the president and secretary of the local union branch. Not even telegraph messengers or the clerical employes of the company have been excepted. No Call on 4b Militia TeU These proceedings resulted, in a conference in the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 21 July 1904

i-1 T i : mW' -.'it ( i 19 i t v j i i r i 1 Vfoc Zxibune. Established October 10. 1901. Oxuj Republican Newspaper In th Coantj. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OF ICE B1.m11 Building. Corner LPorte ua center streets. . Telephone sio. 27. fcUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year, in ad ow, S1.90; Six Months. 75 ent: -Three Months, 4U cents, dellrered at any post office ADVERTISING BATES made known on ap plication. Entered at the potofice at Plymouth, lodl ana. as second-class mail matter.' Plymouth. Ind., Jury 21, 1904. JUDGE HESS THE MAN. . - 1 . The office of prosecuting attorney U an office that. req'r:s a lawyer of müre tnau ordinary ability to properly fill it. ,Thls Is recognized in most of the counties la Indiana and in a number of instances' a man has stepped from the office of prosecuting attorney to a seat in congress. But id this judicial district the party hav log a majority always trys to select fur its candidate the poorest lawyer in the district, consequently no good law...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 21 July 1904

0? Screen Doors Screen Windows Adjustable Window Screens CS CS CS S Buck's Cash Hardware 8 Leader In TEbe ZErtbune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear In THE TK1R ONE meat be In before Tuesday noon toinure tneir appearance in the issue ofthat week. Plymouth, Ind.; July 21, 1904- ! & LOCAL NEWS i Miss Daisy Apple is visiting - at Tiosa. Mrs. O. F. Kctcbam Bourbon is visiting in Dr. Knott made a professional visit at Argus Tuesday. The Plymouth base ball team played at Warsaw Tuesi iy. R. C. O'Blems, of Argus, was a Ply mouth visitor Tuesday. Mr. Claus Johnson of ElKhart, vis ited at Donaldson this week. After all the hot weather is just what was needed for the crops. Mrs. Curtis Brown is visiting and transacting business at Walkertoo. South Bend may have another wa gon factory established by Winkler Bros. Mrs. George Craige who has been quite sick with malarial fever is some what improved. Mrs. Samuel Tea, of near Tyner is visiting her daugh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 21 July 1904

L DEATH PILOTS AN EXCURSION Frightful Accident to a Train Load of Boys and Girls. TYEIITY-01IE SENT TO ETERNITY All of the Victims Being Sunday School Children and Teachers. SIXTY-EIGHT ARE "WOUNDED Several of the Injured Will Die To Death with Praise on Their Ups Chicago Homes Are in Mourning. .. Chicago, July 14. Last evening twenty members of the Sunday school of Doremus Congregational church -at Thirty-first and Butler streets went to death with joy in their hearts and a hymn on their Hps. Seventy persons, mostly children mmbers of the' same Sunday school, were maimed and mangled at the same time. Following is the casualty list: X J W V . The dead are: Carl Stewart, It Tears: Mrs. Ellen Landers; Mrs. Em ma Palmer, daughter of Mrs. Landers; Lena Palmer, daughter of Mrs. Falmer; Lena Hipelius, 14 years; Andrew Kramer; William II. Meyer, 12 years; John Poduda, 8 years; Mamie Poduda, 3 years; Mrs. Gerringer; Miss Gerringer; Walter Gerringer, 15 years; nine unidentiöed children. ( Li...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 21 July 1904

BINBER' -TWINE 8Jc per lb. ASTLEY & HESS, Leaders in Low Prices, Good Goods and Full Weights. 302-4-6 N. Michigan St. Zhc TTdbune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear in TBE T HIB UNS mctft be In before Tuesday noon to lnure tnetr appearance in the Issue ot that week. ftyrncsth. Ind., July 21 1904 ä LOCAL NEWS John C. Bunnell and wife pent Friday afternoon at Culver. Mrs. Jerry Blain and son are visiting at Van Wert Ohio. Mrs. Henry Parker spent Friday at Lake Maxinkuckee. Mishawaka played tall at Plymouth Sunday July 17. Lakeville defeated the Mishawaka ball team last Sunday 7 to 2. Dr. Eley made a very fine catch of bass at Pretty Lake Thursday. Mrs. Elizabeth Duddleson of Culver spent Friday In Plymouth. Mr. Walter Dolka has gone to Peru, after spending a day with J. F. Gallop. The excursion to Niagara Falls over the Pennsylvania lines is August 4th. Adolph N. Mayer and his niece, Miss May Speyer, spent Friday at Warsaw. Adolph Mohn of So...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 21 July 1904

bio of ramus No Signs of a Settlement of tho Strike in the Great Packing Houses. HITCH THAT IS NOT EEilOVED Packers Decline to Dlschargia the nevf Men to Make Places for the Old j Trouble at St. Paul ! - and Chicago. ! ... Chicago, July IS. All chance of peace in the packers strike has vanished for the time being, at least. The end of negotiations came after a long conierencc ietween inree omciais or the strikers and a number of packers. The final break resulted when the union ofiiolals insisted that all thf men who had gone out onstrike be taken back and given their old places. The packers declared that this would necessitate the discharge of all the men they had employed since the commencement of the strike, and that they could not and would not consider It. The conferencetuen broke up and the strike will continue. , Only Oa Question at Iuue, The question of taking back the strikers was the only one upon which the parties could not agree, the strik ers committee having waived air ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 28 July 1904

I 'THTUTO PLYMOUTH u II II VOLUME in1 PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 28 19.0. NO- 48 3 ( 4 i i f i ' i - I ! I - 1 II. 4 . .1 5 , i ;i j V 1 1 l j J , i t i 1 ILL BE FOUGHT OUT Chicago Packers Say the Battle Is on Now and He Will Win Who Can. JBIOTS BECOMING FREQUENT Xnion Leader Would Do Some More Negotiating Teamsters Stopped at the Yards and Forced, Protesting, to Turn Back. Chicago, July 27. The packers hare abandoned thoughts of peace and are preparing for a struggle to the end. Barney Cohen, president of the State Federation of Labor, announces that lie will seek another conference with the packers. The supposition is that !be is inspired by high labor leaders Tvho want a settlement of the strike. Picketing has commenced at the yards, -and the first move of these forces was -directed against wagons filled with meat. At least twenty of the big wag--ons were stopped and compelled to turn back. The teamsters protested that they had not yet been ordered out, but their arguments ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 28 July 1904

Tbe. tribune. Eatabllsfced October 10, 1901. Oalj Republican Newspaper in the County. HENDRICKS & CO., Pubusiusrs. OTrlCE Blssell Bulldlnjr, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION BATES One Year. In adTknee. II JO: Six Months. 75 cents: Three Months, 40 cents, Cellrered at any postofflce ADVERTISING RATES made known on application. Entered at the postofflce at Plymouth, Indiana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth. lnU July 28. 1904 Republican National Ticket For Prestder. THEODORE KOUSl YELT, of New York. For Vice President, CHAKLE4 W FAIRANKS, of Indiana. Republican State Ticket. For Governor, J. FRANK II AN LEY. For Lieutenant Governor, IIVGH TH. MILLEK. For Secretary of State, DANIEL E. STORMS. For Auditor of Stte, DAVID E. MIKRRICK. For Treasurer of State, NAT C. HILL. For Attorney Gen!, CHARLES W. MILLER. For Reporter Snoreme Court, GEOKOE W. ELF. f npcrlntendentof PubMc Instruction, , F. A. COTTON . Chief of Bureau of Statistic, JOSEPH...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 28 July 1904

TAGGART STANDS PAT looks io ine uemocratic com mittee to Put Him in the Chai. irAKK f.R IS SAYIKG NOTHING Bryan Annonce His Future Political Programme. New Doctrines He Will Advocate Hereafter Ticket Selected by the Missouri Democracy for State Officers. New York, July 22. Thomas TagJTart, member of the Democratic national committee for Indiana, has had .a consultation with John W. Kern. He still refuses to discuss the subject of national chairman, but nothing has yet occurred to alter his determ'nation to stand for the place if the committee la of the same mind next Tuesday, that it was when it assembled in St. Louis the day after the convention adjourned. Kern is just as determined as ever to insist upon Taggart being selected, and Is stid talking about the importance of the west in connection with the campaign. Kern See Only Tag? art m the Man. He asserts that Taggart knows the conditions In that section better than any other man suggested for the place, and that if it is desirab...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 28 July 1904

XTbc tribune., ; 1 - - oi.' . Ebllhed October 10. 1901. ' . Omj Republican Newspaper In th Cpuitj; HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OrrlCE-Blssell Building, Corner LnPorte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year. In advance. 11.50; SLx Months, 75 cents; Three Months, 40 cents. dellTered at any postofflce 4DVEKTISINO RATES made known on application. Entered at the postofflce at Plymouth, Indiana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., July 28. 1904. JUDGE HESS FOR PROSECUTOR. One week ago the democrats of Missouri nominated the prosecuting attorney of St. Louis for governor of the state. We suppose we ought to apclgize for making this statement, as the Independent-Democrat of this city will no doubt declare that such a statement is abusejmd . vilification of all the candidates on the democratic ticket of Marshall county. The very mention of the nomination of an honest, competent democrat for office affects Metsker like flaunting a rea sbawl in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 28 July 1904

CS 0? Is the only place where you can get the Celebrated Franklin Lightning Rod The rod indorsed and used at Warsaw, Indiana. Perfect th? trrst for over flftv vears. You " Call and See Me. Will Furnish Estimates fc& to I Buck's Cash Hardware g vj Leader In TEbe I&ttbune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. AdTertisements to appear in TBE TKIB ONE mxut be in before Tuesday noon to injure tnetr appearance In" the issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., July 28, 1904. : & LOCAL NEWS & t Robert ßarnhill is visitiugat Argos. Miss Pansie Hess is spending a week with relatives in South Bend. Mrs. John Bahr of Ilamlet, spent Sunday with relatives In this city. Rev A. II. Zilmer spent Sunday with churches in Blackford county. Plymouth beat Logansport by a score of 4 to 1 in the irame of base ball. Miss Eva Feiser of South Bend, vis ited her mother in this city over Sun day. W. Xi. Williams, of Indiana Ilarbor, spent Sunday at his tome in Plym ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 28 July 1904

HO FOR GORMAN Democratic Leaders Think He May Yet Agree to Run the Campaign. SECTIONAL QUESTION ARISES Taggart Suggested for a Subordinate Position West ' I'arker and Davis Confer Iowa Republicans Name a State Ticket with Great Harmony and Enthusiasm. . New York. July 21. There is a belief anions the Democratic politicians who yet linger about the Hoffman House that Senator Gorman Is still a possibility for chairman of the national committee. No one seems to be authorized to speak for the Marymnd senator, and those who are in i position to know all that has takes, place in recent conferences will not state his position. A sectional question has arisen in connection with the chairmanship, and It is being pushed to some extent by the friends of Thos. Tasgart Moth Candidates from the East. Poth candidates on the national ticket are from the east, and it is said that to take the chairman of the committee from the same section will look like ignoring the west, a section In which electora...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 28 July 1904

BINDER TWINE Sc-per lb. ASTLEY & HESS, Lenders in Low Prices, Good Goods and Full Weights. 302-4-6 N. Michigan St. Zhz TEribtme HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Adrertlsemeutu to appeiir in THE TKlIi ONE mcjt be in befüre Tuesday noon to Injure tnelr appearance In the issue of that eek. Plymouth, Ind., July 28, 19041 & LOCAL NEWS Miss Fay Wicklzer visited in Argos last Thursday. D. C. Cole went to North Liberty last Thursday. D. II. Bowles is doing some mason work at Argos. Mr. and Mrs. Gideon Logan visited at Lapaz last Thursday. Pulaski Wickizer, of near Rutland, wss iu town last Thursday. Mrs. John W. Iloughton went to South Bend last Thursday. L. M. Laurerinadea business trip to South Bend last Thrsday. Mrs. J. R. Jones was the guest of friends In Argus last Thursday. F. J. Kline made a business trip to Atwood and Warsaw laat Thursday. Mrs. Ljdia Appleman and Miss Eliza Long are visiting at South Bend. Save us is the only word that democratic poet...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 28 July 1904

FIERCE FIGHTING ... , HEAR HEW CR A G Japs Are Reported Winners Bat tie Progresses Two Days', and Not Ended. CASE OF THE RED SEA RAIDERS Russia to Cease Harrying1 the' Commerce of the Red Sea. GERMAN STEAMER SCAHDIA FREE Takes tLe British View of the Status of the Volunteer Fleet, ' iu the Interests of t Peace. 1 Tien-Tsln, July 20. In accordance wiui oruers issuea Dy uenerai ivuropatkin the Russians commenced to evacuate New Chwang yesterday. This morning the Russian railway station is In flames. The Russians are evidently destroying their property preTious to evacuation. - Tien-Tsin, July 23. News has t reached here that a battle Is raging outside of New Cnwang.. The fighting can be seen from thp housetops In the engagement of Saturday the Russian losses are reported to have 'been 700. The Japanese are slowly n earing New Chwang. Great excitement prevailed in tbat city during the fighting yesterday and Saturday. t3F New Cbwmnr Reports the Fight. New Chwang, July 25. A battle was f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 4 August 1904

1 RI BUNE p v w i r r - 1 t Horn. . ' 4 VOLUME III PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1904. NO. 44 ii ii- ii i V njy ii n u V r. i 5 ii I t V i STAKELBERG CUT OFF BY THE JAPS Kuroki's Men Said to Have Got Between Two Forces of the Russians. GREAT BATTLE BEING FOUGHT Russian Reports Say the Japanese Have Been Repulsed. Fight Is Probably & Decisive One for Which Kurokl Has Been PreparingRussia Mourn General Keller's Death. London, Aug. 2. A dispatch to a news agency from Tokio says there Is reason to believe that after two days' fighting the Japanese hare occupied SUnoccheng, thus cutting off General Stakelberg from General Kuropatkln. Kassians Lote a High Officer. St. Petersburg, Aug. 2. This city was shocked by a report that Lieutenant General Count Keller had been killed. The report has been confirmed, lie was killed July 29 while resisting the preliminary attack of General Kuroki's army on the Yanze pass, thirty miles east of Liao-Yang. The general ivas standing nea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 4 August 1904

Zbe tribune. Established October 10, 1901. Omj Republican Newspaper In the Couaty. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFrlCfc-Btssell Building, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year. In advance, 11.50; Six Sionths. 75 cents; Three Months, W cents, dellrered at any postofflce ADVERTISING RATES made known on ap plication. Entered at the postofflce at Plymouth, Indiana, as second-class mail matter. Plymouth, Ind., August 4. 1904 Republican National Ticket For President, THEO DOKE KOUEELT, of New Ycrk. For V ce Pr-sldent. CHARLES W FAIKANKS, of Indiana. Repub Icin State Ticket. For Gorernor. J. FRANK HAN LEY. For Lieutenant Governor, HUGH TH. MILLEtt. For Secretary rt State, DAN i EL E. STORMS. For Auditor of Stute. DAVID E. HERRICK. For Treasurer of State, NAT U. HILL. For AttornT GenA'al. CHARLES Y. MILLER. For Reporter Supreme Court, GEORGE W. ELF. F uperintendentof Pub'le Instruction, F. A. COTTON. Chief of Bureau of Statistic?, JOSEP...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 4 August 1904

lOTHEfi VICTIM 0,: Flllll REVENGE Von Plehve, Russian Home Miniöter, Killed with a Bomb. ASSASSIH AT ONCE ARRESTED Himself Mortally Wounded, Prob ably, by His Own Device. ACCOMPLICE IS ALSO CAPTURED Minister Dies Like tsc Emperor Alexander, ti e - Assassination Tak lug Place in the Street While lie Was Driving. St. Petersburg, July 20. As Minister of Justice Muravieff was driving to the Peterhof palace to report to the mperor the assassination of Yon Plehve stones were thrown at him, and Iiis carriage windows were broken by unknown persons. St. Petersburg, July 29. M. ron Plehve, minister of the interior, was Assassinated at 9:50 a. m. yesterday by a bomb thrown at his carriage while he was driving to the Baltic station to take a train for the palace at Peterhof, where he was to make his -weekly report to the emperor. The -assassination is believed to be the outCOine of a widesrpead plot, the existIf. TON PLEHVE; nee of which has been suspected for several days. Numerous arrests hav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 4 August 1904

ff be TObuhel EuMlhed October 10, 190L ' Onl 7 Republican Newspaper In the County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFrICE Blssell Bollding, Corner LnPorte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. BDBSCRIPTION EATE9 One Year, In advance. 11.50; Six Months, 5 cents; Three Months, 4U cents, delivered at any postofflce ADVERTISING KATES made known on application. , Entered at the postofice at Plymouth, Indiana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., August 4. 1904la spite of tbe gerrymander a republican gain of four or five ongressional seats is indicated In Missouri. Even wltn this addition, the republicans will get less than their rightful ratio. The oal production of 1903 was the largest ever known in the United States and was 19 per cent, greater than that of 1902, yet the price of coal was 38 per cent, higher. It does not require a great mathematician to see that the price of coal is too high. This is the first time since the civil war that tbe name of a veteran of that...

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