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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 3 April 1902

ID) LYMOUTH 'I t I ''I WEEKLY EDITION. Uecorder's office ITfcbOl VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 3. 1902. NO. 20 TRIBUNEo i! ? I r :l it ' 7i ! ; i ' -i .- U i; NOBODY BRIBED Richardson Merely the Tool of a Revengeful Dane. Alleged Scandal Sensation the Result of a Quarrel Between Captain Christmas and Nels Gron. GRON ASKED 60AIAUSSI0N And When. Els Claim Was Rejected He Boasted Tnat He Would "Get Even" Wltn His Government. Copenhagen, March 31 In an interview with a representative of the Associated Press the sub ject cf Congressman Richardson's resolution for the appointment of a committee to investigate charg es made by Captain Christmas in connection with tho negotiations for toe sale of the Danish West Indies a high official said: 'Neither Christmas nor Gron was ever given credentials as agent for the sale of the Danish IVest Indies. They never nego tiated with Washington and have in no way influenced the negotia tions. These were conducted through L. S. Swenson, 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. — 3 April 1902

-' f IV 1 t V - j; t '4 -I 1 ' 0 i 1 - ' J ! i i 4 i. 4 1 TIbe Unbune. EttsblUhca October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. rieptioue No. 27. OFFICE In Bissel! Block. Comer Center and - Lapirte Street. 1DTXBTI81NO RATES will be msdsknova oa application. .Entered the Postoffice at PJj mouth, Ind.. as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance fi.50; Six Months ts cents;l Three Months 40 cents.de Mvered at any postoffice. Plynoitb, lad., April 3. 1902. Ireland continues to lose population by emigration, and four-fifths of those who leave come to the United States. It is no exaggeration to say that this country contains more Irish blood than Ireland itself. Boers and British have been fight ing long enough to discover that neither side will get all it expected at the start. Negotiations would be sensible and the world would welcome the end of guerrilla bloodshed. Tha president of the Bank of Eng land says that, owing to the closing of the South African mines during...

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. — 3 April 1902

TO INVESTIGATE The Danish Agent in the Island Sale is the Subject. AlflDE RASH STATEMENTS His Charges of Bribery Money Being Used in Congress His Principal Offense. Washington, March 29 In the house yesterday, Richardson the democratic leader, offered a resolution calling for the apoint ment of a committee to investi gate the charge made by Captain Von Christmas, agent of the Danish government, who claims to have made a secret report to his government setting forth that he is entitled to ten ter cent, or altogether about half a million of the price to be paid by this gov ernment for the Danish West In dies, a part of which he alleges was used in bribing members of the United States congress and other American citizens and for subsidizing the American press. The resolution was adopted. The speaker appointed the fol lowing committee : Dalzel) , Penn sylvania; Hitt, Illinois; Cousins, Iowa; McCall, Massachusetts, Republicans; Richardson, Ten nessee; Dinsmore, Arkansas; Cowherd, Missour...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 3 April 1902

Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers" Celeplioiie No. Ml. OFFICE In Bissell Block. Corner Center nJ Laporte Street. 1DVEBTI8INQ BATES will be md knows on application. Entered the Postoffice at Plymouth, Ind.. as second class matter. SUBSCRIPlION: One Year In Advance $1.50; 3lx Months 75 cents;Three Months 40 cents.de liverei at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., April 3, 1902. It is no wonder that Pension Com missioner Evans wants to relinquish a position that has been such a constant annoyance to him, yet there is no hope for any different experience for the man that is to follow him. The Rochester Sentinel says Elmer Crockett has been in Washington sev eral days trying to get some more ap pointments for South Brad and Elk hart people: We do not know where the Sentinel got its information, but Crockett usually succeeds when he starts out to get appointments. It is authoritatively announced that President Roosevelt will not interfere with the sentence imposed b...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 3 April 1902

HERING IS THE MAN 4 V 1 1 WIR WIR E LCle arc Headquarters for Wire and . all kinds of the very best Hardcuare Oliver Plocas, Oliver Points Wo. 40, Genuine. Only 26 et. JOHft V. RSTLiEY & SOU Xjadps In Good Goods, Iiouj Piies And Hontit Ulcigbts. XTbe TEtibune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers, Plymouth. Ind., April 3, 1902. Advertisements to appear In THE TKIB OE mct be I before Tuesday noon to in sure tnelr appearance in the issue of taa week. LOCAL NEWS C. C. Dukes spent Easter with his parents in Peru. A. C. 2sorth is surveying in Fulton county this week. Miss Carrie Elliott spent Easter with friends in Pierceton. Miss Emma Ilolem was home from Columbia Citv at. Easter. Mrs. Caroline Flory is visiting rela tives and friends at Wabash. Rev. S. McNeely, of Tiosa, visited with his childreu here Sunday. Miss Olive English, has gone to Car dington, Ohio to visit her sister. J. E. IToughton has gone to Larwill for a few days' treatment this week. Miss Maude Grimes, of Denver, Ind., ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 3 April 1902

GREAT COMBINE Capital of $400,000,000 Report edOfficers Elected. ft NATIONAL FEDERATION Organization Designed to Take the Place cf the Winter Wheat-Miller s League. Chicago, March 27. Repre senting a capital of about 400, 000,000 and an output of about 100,000,000 barrels of flour per year, the National Millers' fed eration was formed yesterday morning. At a meeting held in the Great Northern hotel repre sentatives of thirty of the largest milling concerns of the United Stated elected officers and direct ors and formally launched their organization. Bernard A. Eck hart of Chicago as chosen pres ident of the federation. One of the first acts of the del egates was to pass a resolution indorsing the Nelson amendment to the Harter act, the purpose of which is to prevent steamship companies from discriminating against American flour by charg ing excessive dockage rates. The millers also expressed their ap proval of a bill which has been drawn for the purpose of giving the interstate-comm...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 3 April 1902

TLhc tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers, Plymouth, Ind., April 3, 1902. Advertisements to appear In THE TKIB DNE ncit be In before Tuesday noon to ln iur tnetr appearance in the issue of tba fet . LOCAL NEWS D. Metzgar and family have moved from Argos to Plymouth. Mrs. W. E. McKenzie returned from Florida Thursday noon. Thomas O'Conner, of Culver, went U SoutbiBend Thursday to visit rela tives. Charles Kintzel went to Mentone Thursday to visit a few days with his mother. Almost everybody is making garden and spring now seems two weeks ear lier than usual. The Brightside Training school placed four children in hones near Valparaiso Thursday. p. S. Alleman has packed his house hold goods and will move to Mankato, Minn., in a few days. Tred Logan arrived from Marietta, Ohio, Thursday morning, where he has be n employed for the past year. The Weekly Independent is out under its new head, but there is noth ing new about it except the head. Philip Herald and his mother, of Argos, pa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 3 April 1902

RAILROAD CROSSINGS J. A. Molter Tells tht People What He Thinks About Them. -------- To Tiie Editor Sir: It is really encouraging to know that the people of Plymouth are beginning to realize that it was a great mistake in the past to permit the railroads running through our city, to raise and elevate their tracks at street intersections above the grade of improved streets, and to allow the present unfightly and dangerous grade crossings to be made. v: It is still more gratifying to note that a' large number of the most prominent business men and property serious danger that confronts the city on account , of the proposed further elevation of railroad tracks at street intersections in the city and further elevation of grade crossings. All this was shown by the large petition of citizens and property owners that was presented to the com mon council on Monday evening at the special session of the council called by Mayor Jones to consider the subject. The petition and the discussion had...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 10 April 1902

pi viai K i i f l l vv v V i b a ik WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANATHURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1902. NO- 27 fl DRASTIC MEASURE Chinese Exclusion Bill Amended and Passed by the House. BARRED OFF OUR SHIPS Connor: Enter Island Posesslons-ANon-golians ot Mixed Blood Ta well! as Pure Natives to De Kept Out cf the United States. Washington, April 8. The House passed the Chinese exclu sion bill, after incorporating in it several amendments which in creased the drastic character of the measure. The principal one not only ex cludes Chinese by birth and de scent, but all Chinese of mixed blood. The chief struggle was over an amendment to prohibit the employment of Chinese sail ors on American ships. An amendment covering this propo sition was at first ruled out on a point of order, but subsequently was modified to evade the ruling and was adopted, 100 to 74. The amendment was offered by Mr. Clark, of Missouri, and read as follows: "And it shall be unlawful for any vessel holding an Americ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 10 April 1902

4 , t ' 1 V - ; XEbe Uctbune Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. relepmnio No. Ml. OFFICE In Bissen Block. Corner Center and Laporte Street. DVeBTI8INO BATES will be made known on application. Entered the Postoffice at Plymouth. Ind.. as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $1.50; Sla Months 75 cents;lTbree Months 40 cents.de tivered at any postofSce. Plymouth, Ind., April 10. 1902. Stranger things have happened than that Bryan should head a ticket in 1904 in opposition to the democrats. He accepted one ncmination in 1900 before the democratic national conven tion was held. The New York Herald gives inter views with representatives in congress from every part of the country indica ting their views regarding the ship subsidy bill, which are to the effect that the measure cannot pass the house. When those who are predicting that the next house will be democratic get through with their estimates they find a republican mpjority of twelve. To ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 10 April 1902

AMERICA fiOUDS KEY World's Peace in Far East: As suming a Critical Phase. DIPLOMATS GflLL ON HAY Powers Beginning to Distrust and Sus pect One Another Seek Friend i ship and Approval of the United States. Washington, D. C, April 3 There never has been a time since the Chinese question be came acute through the Boxer uprising of two years ago that the great powers have been "watching one another so closely and jealously as at present. Much depends on the attitude of the United States, and the indi cations accumulate that the well understood intention of this gov ernment not to seek any exclusive commercial or territorial exploi tation in the oriental empire has given it a strength in the inter national concert which makes its friendship and approval a desir able object to every nation con: cerned. Sharing wholly or partially in the confidence o! all parties to the great world game that is be ing played in the far East, the administration in Washington has probably better means of und...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 10 April 1902

Zbe tribune. Established October 10, 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. relepnone No. 'Ill OFFICE In Blssell Block. Corner Center and La port Street. M in i i 1DYIBTI8ING BATES will b bimI known on application. Entered the Postoffice at Plymouth. Ind.. aa second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advmoca ft.50; Six Months 75 cenuJThree Months 40 cenu.de- Uvered at any postoffice. ' ' ; Plymouth, Ind., April 10, 1902. t News from the Philippines of late has been largely confined to reports of the sailing of soldiers, homeward bound The pacificatk of the is lands has been assisted by the discov ery of the natives that the Democratic newspapers do not reflect American sentiment. One of the leaders of the Allied Third party argues that Bryan is the logical bolting candidate in the next campaign. The Nebraskan will make his combinations early, just as he did in 1900, and the democratic national convention will have to bolt in a fresh direction if there is to be a change. William...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 10 April 1902

1 1.'. f - J I' j- i'- t: i Genuine Oliver Points, No. 40, only........... JOHN'.V. ASTLBY h SON Leaders In Good Goods, Low Prices and Honest Weights. ZEbc TEribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publish cs, Plymouth. Ind., April 10, 1902. Advertisements to appear In TDETKIB CNEMnot be in before Tuesday noon to in sure tnetr appearaoi-e In the issue of tha week. ' LOCAUNEWS Mrs. Thomas Lambert is very sick with pneumonia. Mr. Funk, residing near the court house, is sick with lagrippe. It rained Sundav morning but it was a beautiful day after the morning. Miss Geneva MeCrory !eft Mon day for Valparaiso, where ste will at tend school. II: J. EiseneTth, of Chicago, was the guest vl the family of M. Allman over Sunday. t Mrs. Jacob Cook and daughter, Sarah, returned to their home inSouth Bend Mod nay. Leonard Logan and Charles and Otis Gordon, of Lapaz, arc prospecting in North Dakota. Mrs. Matthews, of Culver, visited over Sunday in this city with her son, V. II. Matthews. Mrs. Joe Andres, of P...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 10 April 1902

BOY KILLS OLD MAN Clyde Felt, 15 Years Old, Ad mits Aurder Near Salt Lake. HE, WALLS THE BODY UP TXrwl Declares Victim Had Long Urged Him to Do the Deed-Policemen Suspect conspiracy. Salt Lake. Utah, April 5 Clyde Felt, 15 years old, declared to the police yesterday that af ter long urging by Samuel Col lins, an aged watchman, he had cut the old man's throat, killing him. Collins wanted to die, Felt said, and was afraid to kill him self. The story first told by Felt was that Collins had committed suicide. Yesterday, however, the boy broke down completely and said he had cut Collins' throat in a little cave above Warm Springs, where Collins was em ployed as a watchman in the Wasatka mines, had stripped the body of clothing, and after wall ing up the entrance with stones, had buried the bloodstained clothes. Early this morning Felt, with two policemen, climbed the hills to the vicinity of the cave to search for Collins' valise, which the boy said the old man had hidden on the day of h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 10 April 1902

TLhc ZErtbune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, Ind., April 10, 1902. AuTertlsements to appear in TOE IMB UN E mcit be in before Tuesday noon to in sure tnetr appearance in the Issue of tba week. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Samuel Riggens went to Bour bon for a visit of several days. Mrs. Monroe Steiner made a busi ness trip to South Bend Thursday. Allen Moon, of South Bend, trans acted business in this city Thursday. W. A. Wilkinson, of Laporte, trans acted business in this city Thursday. Mrs. Johnson, of Chicago, is visit ing her sister, Mrs. John Brittenham. Mr. and Mrs. TV. V. Clifford went to South Bend Thursday on busi ness. Miss Anna Keyser left Thursday for South Bend to be the guest of rel atives, Rev. C. E. Weiss and little son, went to South Bend Thursday to visit his parents. Robert Head is moving from Chi cago io the Dr. Durr farm just east of Fly mouth. The spring payment of taxes will be come delinquent after the tirst Mon day in May. J. B. Vinnede has moved his househo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 10 April 1902

PRESIDENT: AT , CHARLESTON A Wonderful Demonstration at Capital of Palmetto State. FLAGS DEGK THE. GITY Thoij.vind of Cheeriruj GHzens Line Streets uivl Escort the President to the Exposition Grounds. Charleston, S. C, April 9 President Roosevelt and party are in Charleston. No one can doubt the sincerity of the wel come extended the chief execu tive ol the Unted States. It was manifestly from the hearts of the people of the city, and the ride through Charleston was a reve lation to those who had expected anything but the most cordial demonstration. From each side of the street the citizens of this historic place waved flags and cheered heartily. They demon strated their welcome in every manner. Buildings were decorat ed with bunting, flags were flying from windows, and crowds of people lined the streets through which the president's carriage passed. One hundred thousand citizens of ti.o south today took part in the celebration of President's dav at the South Carolina Inter state an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 17 April 1902

YMOU IMBUN Recorders ofTice lTfclOl WEEKLY EDITION VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 17. 1902. NO-2 ASK FOR TERMS GENERAL MIIES SOON TO GO A FOUR-YEAR-OLD DRUNKARD TO SUCEED EVANS MAJOR WALLER ACQUITTED REDUCING FREIGHT RATES. GETS THE MONEY i f i ? i t i ) ..I i 1 Want Remuneration For Property Destroyed During the War. DESIRE. THEIR OWN FLAG Ask to to admitted as Partners of trie British and wan? American Constitu tion and Amnesty for Rebels- London, April 14 Among the many peace rumors this morning the most interesting is to the ef fect that the Boers haye intima ted that they are willing to come into the British empire as junior partners, to give up their flag and become part of an African federation, with a flag of its own, with a supreme court and with practically an American consti tution. The Evening News, of Edin burgh, whose editor is in close touch with Mr. Kruger, declares on the highest authority that the Boers are prepared to accept the following conditions: ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 17 April 1902

f j v. N -- i t y t ! V A i i tEbe Tribune. EtUblUhcd October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Telepnone No. 27. OFFICE la Bissell Block, Corner Center and Laporte Street. LDYEBTI8IHG BATES will be made known on application. Entered the Postoffice at Plymouth, lDd..-as .second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents;Three Months 40 cents.de . livered at any postoffice. . Plymouth, Ind., April 17, 1902. Robert J. Wynne. Washington cor respondent of the New York Press, has accepted the position of first assistant postmaster general. The best service a state conention can render a party is to nominate a good ticket that will win votesbecause of the fitness of the candidates. Inquiry into charges against prison ottice rs is begun at Michigan City, Governor Durbin attending. Dr. Home reiterates accusations of cruelty. Several hundred of the farming population in Zapata county, south western Texas, are said tobe suffering from a famine as distr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 17 April 1902

BIß FLOODS FOLLOW SNOW Rivers Rising in Pennsylvania and Marylind. SNOW -WAS TWO FEET DEEP Much Damage Done but the Hood Will Benefit Lumbermen Pittsburg, April 10, Tues day's heavy snovr was followed by raiu and higher temperature and the snow has almost disap peared. The rivers are rising at all points from Pittsburg to the headwaters and a Hood stage here is predicted within the next 24 hours. As a general warning has been sent out, however, no serious damage is apprehended. The storm played havoc with the telegraph lines and the service badly crippled, messages being taken subject to delay. At Myersdale, Pa., the snow reached the depth of nearly two feet on the level. Much damage was done to buildings, telegraph and telephone lines and electric light wires. Fruit and orna mental trees also suffered. In many parts of the town stables collapsed fiom the heavy weight on the roofs. Wires are down all over town and in many places poles have snapped off. This is said to be the deepest...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 17 April 1902

M. LAUER & SON XTbe ZTribune. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. r9ieiiioiM No. '11'. OFFICE in Bisseil Block. Corner Center and - Laporte Street. uVrETISlNt BATES will be mad mowd n application kotert-d the Tostoffice at Jjmouth. Ind.. as tecoiid class matter. S SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Aivacce fi.50; Six Months 5 centsThree Months 40 cents.de- hvered at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., April 17. 1902. The Indianapolis Journal thinks cutting off the rations of the Apache Indians will be more effective as a civilizing measure, than cutting off their hair. The people or all the larger cities of the countrv are learning tliat their peril lies in corrupt rule and enormous taxation. Their better management :s the hardest problem which con fronts the American people. The riots in Brussels was simply n outbreak of anarchism or hostility to ill jrovernment. There is not a freer country in Europe than lielguim, and there is no special reason for hostility to ...

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