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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 4 August 1904

A CORKER fietly hw tod $6.50 per Buck or Davis strictly pure K ' to ' . O'Brien's strictly pure Linseed Oil at lowest market price. i& S Buck's Cash Hardware 8 CS H 33 Leader In Low Prices. to XTbe TEttbune HENDRICKS & COi', Publishers. Adrertlsements to appearln TBE TKIB U!E mcjt be In before Tuesday noon tota lere tnetr appearance 1a the Issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., August 4. 1904 t & LOCAL NEWS IT. R. Sperry is visiting in Eourbon this week. Surveyor North did some work at Eourbon Monday.. Gus Elick, of Mishawaka, yisited here over Sunday. George II. Thayer made a business trip to Chicago Monday. Mrs. J. G. Buswel of Culver was a Plymouth visiter Monday." Ed Conlon and wife, of South Bend, spent Sunday in this city. Monday was the first day of the season for killing squirrels. John Wively of Liokville transac ted business in this city Monday. William Sperry has returned .from a visit of a week in Cass county. Miss Edythe and Justy Foltz. of Elkhart, spent Sunda...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 4 August 1904

uc LESUM THOSE -'SEIZURES Not Unlikely That We Will Be In volved In the Issue as to Neutral Goods. TORMAL PROTEST HAS ARRIVED How Under Consideration by the State Denartment . Great Britain Disturbed Over the Knight Commander Case Vig orous Instructions to liar - dinge Japs Capture Ta-Tphe-Kiao. London, July 2S. Cabling under date of July 2J, the New Chwang or respondent of The Daily Mail says: The Japanese have not pursued the fleeing enomy, as they desire to co operate wiili the first army in a de cisive battle between NewChwang and Liao-Yang, which, even in the opinion of Russian officers, will result in a Kus sian defeat and will terminate the cam paign." Chefoo, Jnly 28. Russian refugees jwbo have jjrrived here report . that the Lieutenant Burukoff and two oth er Russian torpedo boat destroyers were torpedoed and totally destroyed by the Japanese on the night of July 25. Washington, July 28. The state de partment has finally received a formal protest against the action of the R...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 4 August 1904

BINDER TWINE 8c per lb. ASTLEY & HESS, Leaders in Low Prices, Good Goods and Full Weights. 302-4-6 N. Michigan St. tribune- HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisement to appear in THE TK1H ONE mcit be I before Tuesday noon to ln ure tnelr appearance In tbe Issue otth.t week. Plymouth, Ind., August 4. 1904. i & LOCAL NtWb f Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Robinson are visiting at Van Wert, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Horn, of Val paraiso, have been visiting in t'lis city. Robert A. Iluaie attended the Grange meeting at Winona Thursday. Mrs. I. Holley and her sons, Ray and Frank, are visiting at Argos this week. Rev. A. II. Zilmer went to Hunting ton county Thursday to remain over Sunday. Miss6aza McMaster has gone to St. Joe, Mich., for a visit of a few days with friends. Mrs. James W. Logan went to Fort Wayne Thuislay to visit her daugh ter, Mrs. Winget. Mrs. A. D. Senour, and daughter, Bessie, are. visiting relatives at Etna Green and Bouibon. Seats are now on sale at Shadel's Drug st...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 4 August 1904

FIGHTING ' III THE MARSHES Two Days' Continuous Battle Be tween the Japs and the Rus sian Rear Guard. LATTER'S PEEIL IS GEO WIND Zlikado'a Hen Hake Progress in Their I lix 1 Dual A 4 V. M Story, Said to Be Reliable, That tho Japs Have All the Surrounding Positions Except Golden Uiiu Frankfort, Germany, Äug. 1. ine Tokio correspondent of The Zeitung cays that the, Vladivostok, squadron hast returned to Vladivostok. "i" . . . ' , London, Aug. 1. The correspondent of The Daily mail at New Chwang, in a dispatch, .dated July 31, says that there has been heavy fighting for two days in the marshes ' south of Hal Chens during the gradual retreat from Ta-Tcbe-Klao of 5,000 Russians form in? the rear jfuard, and that the peril of this force Increases daily. Jap Makes Progress at Port Arthur, Chefoo, Aug. 1. A Japanese mer chant has received word from a Chi- tlASA wflATTI TlA tfllsts tft tho ftWt hilf the Japanese have occupied every po sition surrounding the besieged fort ress of Port Arthur,...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 11 August 1904

1 Recorder's Office feb03j PTTTrVN ' VOLUME III PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST-11,1 1)04. NO. 45 0 it i t .9 ;1 'j 1 1 Ii SWALLOVVEDUP IN THE DARK WATERS Death Awaits His Harvest at a Flood-Weakened Tres tle in Colorado. TV0 CARLOADS ARE EIICULFED Scores of Men, Women and Chil dren Die Like Rats in a Trap. DROP INTO THE HAGING WATER From Which but Three That Went Down Now Lite Full Extent of the Death Iloll Maj Nev er Be Known. Pueblo, Colo., An?. 9. The wreck of the World's Fair Flyer on the Den ver and Rio Grande railroad near Eden, seven miles north of Pueblo, proves to Lave been one of the great est railroad disasters in. the history of the country. Two crowded passen ger cars and a baggage car were en fTulfed In the torrent that tore out a trestle spanning Steele's hollow, oth erwise known as Dry creek, and so far as known only three of the occupants of these cars escaped death. Fort unately, two sleeping cars and a diner, completing the train, remained on the track at the ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 11 August 1904

JLbc tribune. Eat&bliahed Octobet 10, 1901. O .ly Republican Newspaper In the County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFrICE Blssell Building, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. ÜBSCRIPTION RATES One Year, in ad vance. 11.50; Six Months. 75 cents; Thre Months, 40 cents, dellrered at any postofflee ADVERTISING RATS made known On ap plication. Entered at the postofflce at Plymouth, Indi ana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth. Ind., August IK 1904. DEMOGRATS CANNOT WIN. Senator N. B. Scott, uf West Vir ginia. after an extended Western tour, says of the political situation: "The democrats may cirry New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, as they claim they will, and still they won't have nearly enough votes to elect Par&er and Davis. I am sure these three states are solidly republi can, but even conceding them for the sake of argumeat, they have do chance.' West Virginia is good for be tween 30.000 and 35,000 majority Mr. Davis is a very fine man and a splen...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 11 August 1904

GURRE E Elihu Root Performs His Notifica tion Duty to Roosevelt's Running: Mate. EXEBCISES CN THE VEEANDA Taggart Anncucces His Selections for the Democratic Executive. Michigan Democracy Names Ferris for Governor, Defeating Stearns, Kx-Kepublican Indiana Men Put Up Kern. Indianapolis,' Aupr. 4. Charles "VY. Fairbanks, senior United States sena tor from Indiana, has been formally notified of his nomination for vice president of the United States. The notification address was made by Eliliu Root ex-secretary of war, who was temporary chairman of the con vention. The exercises were held on the wide "verandah of Senator Fair tanks home ct Sixteenth und Meri dian streets, in the presence of mem bers of the notification committee, con sisting of one member from oach state and territory, the governor and oth er, state officers of Indianr, the Re publican candidates for state office, the Indiana" Republican congressional delegation, Indiana delegates and al ternates to the national convent...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 11 August 1904

Übe ffttbune. Established October 10. 1901 O Jy Republican Newspaper la th Couaty. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OrrlCE-Bisseli Bulldinff. Corner LPorte and Center Streets. Telephone Mo. 27. bDBSCRIPTIONRATES One Year. In ad vance. 11.50; Sli Months. 75 cents; Three 4oath, 40 cents, delivered at any postoffiee ADVERTISING RATES made known on ap plication. " Entered at the postoffiee at Plymouth, Indi ana, as second-class mail matter. Plymouth, Ind., August II. 1904 Republican National Ticket For President, TEiEODOKE KtKJKV ELT, of New Yurie. ' For V ce President. CHAHLEHVV FA1UANKS, of Iiidtnna. Fejub'icm State Ticket. For G tremor. -. J. FRANK U AN LEY. . For Lieutenant Govercor, HUGH TH. M1LLEK. For SecretKrT of Stute, DANIEL E STORMS. For Auditor of State. DAVID E. allERRlClv. For Treasurer of State, NAT U. DILL, For AttornT Genial, CHARLES W. MILLER. Für Reporter Snprem Court, GEO USE W. ELF. Cnperlnteftöentof Pub'ic Instruction, F. A. COTTON. Chief of Bate u of Statistic?, J...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 11 August 1904

A CORKER. OS 0 StFietly Pare bed $6.50 per 100 lbs. ;? - Buck or Davis strictly pure vn teen sold here for thirty years. 4? O'Brien's strictly pure Linseed Oil at lowest market price. . Buck's Cash Hardware s$ Leader In Low Prices. to -r t -r -m -r TEbe TObune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. AdTertlsementt to appear In THE TK1B TJTtS mcit be In before Tuesday noon to In- ure tnetr appearaoce In the Issue ottbat J week. Plymouth, Ind., August I), 1904- : ä LOCAL NEWS & I Carl Venus is visiting relatives at Blutlton this week. JudgeIIess transacted legal busl ness at Culver Monday. Miss Bessie Kepler is visiting her grandmother at Burket. Mrs. C. Beagles of Tyner, visited at W. A. BeJdon's Monday. .Misses DeMoss and Jeanette Becwer spent Monday at Culver. Joseph Bergman was. home from Misha.vaka over Sunday. Miss Grace II is&ong, of Argos, vis ited over Sunday in Plymouth. Rev. J. L. Wn ce of Pierceton, preached at North Salem Sunday. Omei Powers is visiting at Ticsa and Syl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 11 August 1904

TALK OF PEACE MOR Chicago Strike Leaders Say That . Negotiations for Settlement I Are Imminent. MAY BE AT "WORK AGAIN SOON Packers Seem To Be Ignorant of Any thing of the Kind. Police Inspector Tells Strike Lieaders . II is Men Hereafter Will Use Cold Lead in Iliots Com- , w plaint Against Jus tices. Chicago, Aug. 5. According to statements made by strike leaders plans have been perfected for reopen ing negotiations that will end the pack ing house strike. Some even went so far as to express the hope that the men will be back at work by the first of next week. Movements of the packers' representatives who were seen by the Igibor leaders were shroud ed with the greatest secrecy. It is known, however, that a messenger from a conference of packers was sent out late in the afternoon from the office of Swift & Co. to meet the strike leaders. What a Strike Leader Said. It is also known that after his re turn to the conference the strike lead ers were positive in their statements that ...

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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 11 August 1904

. SPECIAL SALE ON - IBÜGGIE AH This Weck From August 8th to 15th Inclusive . . Come in and let us explain the superiority of the vehicles manufactured by the Michigan Buggy Company. ASTLEY & HESS, 302-4-6 N. Michigan St. XLbc XEribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. AdTertisements to appear in THE TKIB UE meat be In before Tuesday noon to ln- ure tnetr appearance Id the issue of tht week. Plymouth. Ind., August 11.1904. I LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Amiss of South Bend, trans acted business in Plymouth last week. Miss Jeannette Machler, of Mon terey, is visiting Miss Olga Shakes: Misses Fear! Deemr and Etta Railsback visited at Arges last weei. Miss Emma Green is spending a week with relatives at Lakeville and Wakarusa. ' Mrs Giller and her . mother, Mrs. Cross, are visiting relatives at South Bend.' Lare crowds came up from. Culver and Bourbon to attend the carnival last week. Miss E. Burnham of Inwood, spent Thursday in this city the'guest of Mrs. Lewis Harris. G. W. Kilgore, Mrs. Callo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 11 August 1904

DAYflFFFURSTRIKFIlü Twenty-Five Thousand Chicago Stock Yards People In -dulse in a Picnic. MENIARE UEGED TO STAND FIEH Doimelly Says the Union Has a Corner on the Skilled Labor. Packers Give an Explanation of the Confidential Letter Published Last Week Kan on the Bank Is Ended. Chicago, Aug. S. The stock yards strikers forgot their animosities and troubles Saturday lcng enough to join in a peaceable demonstration. In a street parade several miles . In lengin fully 25,000 strikers and their families encircled the stock yarüs district, marching to music from a dozen bands. The demonstration Mided with a picnic at Oswald's grove, where ad dresses were made by prominent la bor leaders. While these events wce In progress there was peace and quiet around the lig packing plants at the stock yards. II m m Corner on Skilled Labor. Among those who made addresses was President Donnelly. In the course of his speech he said: "I want to say there are not enough men in the Unit ed States to break ...

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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 18 August 1904

UTH T PLYMO TRIBUNE rvccor'der'8 Office leb03 VOLUME III PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1904. NO. 4(i 7 - i j M ' i 4 t i J i :. i I $ VI I J - 4 ; b i - 5 . - - i TRAGEDY GOES ON AT PORT ARTHÖR Heavy Gun Firing Is Intermittent, Indicating the Continuation of Japanese Assaults. BOTH SIDES LOSE ENORMOUSLY Town Threatened with lyddite if the Enss Destroys His Ships. : Brief Report from Karalmura lie Saves OOO of the Rurik's Crew Czarevitch Can Fight No More This War. Tokio, Aug. IG Admiral Togo re ports that a vessel of the type of the protected cruiser Pallada was torpe doed and sunk la the engagement of Aug. 10. St. Petersburg, Aug. 1G. The ex pectation here i3 that Tort Arthur will fall at any moment. Especial sig nificance Is attached to the fact that Lieutenant General Stoessel's wife and children went to Chefoo on board the torpedo boat destroyer Ryeshitelni. Chefoo, Aug. 10. Junks which ar rived here yesterday, having left Tort Arthur Aug. 12. brought reports that the Ja...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 18 August 1904

TLbc tribune. Established October 10, 1901. O .lj Republican Newepaper In th Couaty. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFMCE Blssell Building, Corner LnPorte mod Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. bUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year, in ad vance. 11.50; SIj Months. 75 cents; Three Months 40 cent, delivered at any post office ADVERTISING RATES made known on ap plication. Entered at the po'toffiee at Plymouth, Indi ana, as second-clxss mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., August IS, 1904 MOST ANYBODY WOULD BE. Justus 5. Stearns, of Michigan, who wrs a candidate fur the gubernatorial nomination before both the republican and democratic conventions and dis carded by each, now makes the an nouncements that he Is entirely out of politics. Most anybody would be In that blissful state If be was thrown out bodily as Mr. Stearns was.- South Bend Tribune. PARKER A STRADDLER. Chicago Chronicle: It is sufficiently evident that Judge Parker gained the democratic nomination for the presi dency by evasion if not by ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 18 August 1904

CZAR S WARSHIPS GET PASI TOGO Big Squadron Leaves Post Arthur and a Sea Fight Has Been Fought. -- -JAPS GO AT ONCE IN PUESTJIT Xnroki Waits Too Long to Force a Big Land Battle. Kuropatkin Retreating North or Uo-Yang-Tokio Advices Deny the Ileportetl Heavy Jap , Losses at Tort Arthur. Tokio. Ans. 11. The Russian fleet merged from Tort Arthur Wednes day, and a severe engagement with the Japanese fleet, lasting all day followed. The Japanese destroyers attacked the Russians at night. The results of the engagements are unknown. The Rus sian battleships ICetvizan and Pobie--da were seen outside Port Arthur this morning. Chefoo, Aug. 11, 750 a. m. A Rus sian torpedo boat destroyer entered Chefoo harbor at 550 o'clock this morning and reported that six Russian battleships, four cruisers and half of the torpedo boats escaped from Tort Arthur yesterday morning. The tor pedo boat destroyer left Tort Arthur last night, bringing in five passengers who stated that the Japanese fleet Is pursuing ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 18 August 1904

Establlsbed Octctoer 10, 1901. Cilj Republican NewepperlnthCoaty. HENDRICKS & CO., PuBLisnims. OrrlCB-Bissell Building, Corner LftPorte ud Center Streeu. Telephone No. 27. DESCRIPTION RATE9 One Year. In ad vance. 11-50; Six Months, 75 cents; Three Months, 40 cents. dellTered at any postofflce ADVERTISING KATES made known on ap plication. ' Entered at the postofflce at Plymouth, Indi ana, aa second- jl ass mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., August 18. 1904- Republican National Ticket For President, THEODORE KOOSE ELT, of New Yurie. ForV.ce President, CFJAKLE W FA1RANKS, of Indiana. Republican State Ticket. For Governor, J. FRANK H AN LEY. For Lieutenant Governor, 11UGU TH. M1LLEK. For Secretary of State, Daniel e. storms. , For Auditor of Stnte. DAVID E. ellEKRlCK. For Treasurer of State, NAT U. HILL. For Attorney General, CHARLES W. MILLEtt. For Keportr Supreme Court, GEOKGE W. ELF. Superintendent of PubVo Instruction, y v. a. corroN. Chief of Bureau of Statistics, JOSEPH II . STÜBRS ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 18 August 1904

LAUER WIRE FENCING " American" " Elwood " " Kokomo Diamond Mesh" " Pittsbugh Perfect Electric Weld " Bucks Cash LEADER IN Zhc I&ttbune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. AdTertisements to appear in THE TKIB U2E meat be in before Tuesday noon to in ure tnelr appearance in the iisue of that week. - Plymouth, Ind., August 18. 1904. I It AI NrW.N Q 2 O 40 John Hay of Chicago, spent Sunday in Plymouth. Mrs. D. W. Whltesel is visiting rela tives at South Bend. W. E. Leonard is putting in lights at Atwood this week. Mrs. Patsel and children are visit ng at Bourbon this week. Mr?. II. W. Childs of Hamlet, vis ited in Plymouth Monday. Mrs.Babcock of Bourbon Is visiting her daughter in this city. Fred Burgener, of South Bend, spent Sunday in Plymouth. Mrs. George Gurthet is visiting rel atives at South Bend this week. W. E. Bailey is spending a week at Winona and points northeast of there." Peter Laguire, of West township, transacted business at Culver Monday. Miss Alice Leflert has return...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 18 August 1904

STANDS PAT ON GOLD Judge Parker Reiterates His Pösi tion on the Money Stand ard of the Nation. HAKES IT PERFECTLY PLAIN notification Exercises on the Lawn at Eosemont llain Mars the Occasion, but Liets Up in the Judge's Favor Ieclares He Will Not Accept a t Second Term. Ksopus, X. Y., Aujr. 11. Judge Alton B. Parker has received formal notifi cation of his nomination for the presi dency of the United States as the can didate of the Democratic party, and in accepting pave public expression for the first time of his views on the is sues of the campaign. The notification was brought to him by Representative 210SEMOTJXT, JUDGE PARSER'S HOMÄ, 130- PU8, N. T. Champ Clark, of Missouri, ns chair man of a committee representing ev ery state and territory in the Union. Clark in a brief speech Informed the candidate of his nomination and pre snted to b'm a formal communica tion signed by the committee. Heiterstes Hi A lews on Gold. Standing bare-headed during r. brief lall in the rain which ha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 18 August 1904

Closlhs-Out Sale ON GASOLINE STOVES ASTLEY & HESS, Leaders in Good Goods, Low Prices and Full Weights. 302-4-6 North Michigan Street. Zbe tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Adrertisements to appear In THE TKIB UNE meat be in before Tuesday noon to in sure tnelr appearance in the issue of that week. - " Plymouth. Ind.. August 18, 1904. I & LOCAL NEWS & Miss Lutrell Ringgenberg Is visit ing at Elkhart. Mr. John Brittenham visited at Walkerton last week. Mrs. J. R. Jones and children visit ed at Argos over Sunday. Miss Anna Holler, went to Canton, Ohio, to visit several days. Miss Rose Wentzler has returned from her visit at Fort Wayne. Miss Sidney Kausen who has been visiting at Goshen, has returned home. Miss Ethel Jordan of South Bend, is visiting the family of Frank Worth ington at Argos. Mrs. Isaac Spitler and Miss Aman da Rupel. went to Winona last week and remained over Sunday. Mrs. Peter Disher and her mother, Mrs. Senour attended the Baylor Bland reunion las...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 18 August 1904

IW TALK OF A PEACE .Penort That Negotiations Ara if-; Imminent at Chicago in the Stock Yards Strike. PACKERS MAY MEET STRIKERS Uayör Harreion Willing to Take a Hand in Settlement. Women Head a Iliot Child Is Nearly Killed Man Arrested for Us . ing a llevolver in Defense of a Home. unicajro, Aug. id. ivuay a com um tee of retail dealers will call upon Mayor Harrison and ask him to act as mediator in the strike. The mayor de clines to say what he will do until after he Las received the committee, but has expressed himself as anxious to do anything in his power to end the strike. The packers declined to say whether or not they would act'ept the mediation of the mayor. They de clared that they would, of course, re ceire him, and hear any proposition that he cared to advance, but It was manifestly impossible, for them to say in advance 'what action they, would take. Story of Nw Proposition. A story that looks more like a set tlement may be expected soon is to the effect that plans for th...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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