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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 19 March 1903

THE PLYMOUTH TRIBUNE IS THE QNLY REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER IN THE COUNTY V it M, 1 VOLUME II ( .nerdev, office feb03 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1903. NO. 24 BUTOK MURDER TWO BAD WRECKS EfiENBS PATRICK BEING PROBED BUT OHE KILLED 1 'WE PLYMOUTH BUNE OF ..i ' 4 Sensational Testimony at Inquest of the Murdered Buffalo Man Yesterday, DEAD -MAN Burdick's Business Partner Says That Pen nell Was Murderer or Instigator Mrs Paine on the Standi Buffalo, March IS. The name of Arthur It. Fennell, who was named as co-respondent in the Bui dick divorcv proceedings, and who met a terrible death in Genre's stone quarry twu weeks after Edwin L. Burdick was murdered, constantly came to the surface in the inquest before Judge Mmphy yesterday. Charles S. Farke, Burdick's fo-ner business partner and &, Errs T. PAIXX. dose friend, while on the witness stand gave it as his opinion, based upon information and supposition, that Pennell or a hired assassin killed Burdick. Fear of disclosur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 19 March 1903

Zbc tribune. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Telepnone Ho. 37. OFFICE :a BltMll Block. Corntr Center and La port Street. tOVltBTlSING BATES will be md. known on application. Entered the Postoflice at Plymouth, Ind.. aa second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, de1 a o- iivereaaiftnyposion.ee. The Only Republican Paper in the County Plymouth, Ind., March 19. 1903. The democratic party has reached a stage where It would rather trust its fortunes to a smooth man like Gorman than to a boy orator capable of making thirty speeches a day. The Czar of Russia has issued a decree granting religious freedom to all his subjects and proinisiog to improve the conditions of Tillage life and those of the local nobility and peasantry. On3 of New York's get-rich-quick-ers will now have a year in prison to thick up new schemes to make people think be can show them bow they can live without working. A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 19 March 1903

FRVE OILS TUGS DP So That the Panama Canal Treaty Can Work Through to a Vote. HAY BE 1AKEU NEXT TTJE3DAY Morgan Having Agreed to Get Oat of the Way Cuban Treat Faces Trouble. Washington, March 12. Decided progress was made yesterday toward reaching an agreement for a vote, on the Colombian treaty, and when the senate adjourned there was a general understanding that today, In all probability, some hour next Tuesday would be definitely agreed on as the time when a rote should be taken on the treaty and amendments. All statements fETATOR FHTE. to this effect, however, were accom panied by the announcement that there were yet some details to be ar ranged, leaving it impossible absolutely to conclude the agreement before today. There is, however, no doubt in the minds of leading senators that the Tote will be taken on Tuesday. Frye Brought It All About. TLe arrangement was brought about largely by Frye, who by virtue of long service with Morgan on the committee on foreign relations has c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 19 March 1903

Zbc tribune. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. leiepuoue No. JFFICE In Blssell Block, Corner Center and Liporte Street. 1ÜVEKTISIN0 BATES will be mad kno on application. Entered the Postoffice at Piyicouth, Irjd.. as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance JM; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, delivered at any posoffice. The Only Republican Paperjn the County Plymouth, Ind.. March 19, 1903. Friends of Senator FalrbanKsdo not think he will be a candidate for, president in 1904, but believe he is putting his political affairs in shape for later contest. The French board of revenue has completed the census of China, showing it to have a population of 426,447,000. The numbers of inhabitants in Manchuria, Mongolia, Thibet and Turkestan were only estimated. The result of the first elections held under the Beal locil option law in Ohio is the driving out of business of 500 saloons in the state, and the temperance elements are pr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 19 March 1903

ANOTHER NEW STOCK JUST RECEIVED Every Blade Warranted 146"Styles to Select From. Call and Get the Best Made. BUCK'S CASH HARDWARE'""" Lt)M faMS Zhe Ziibwhe. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. AdTertlsemenM to appear In THE TKIBOE meat be in bt-fore Tuesday noon to ln uro tneir appearance in the Issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., March 19. 1903. p I LOCAL NEWS & Ford Reynolds is borne from Pittsburg. Dr. How, of Lakeville, spent Sunday in Plymouth. Jobn II. Hoy is spending a week in South Bend and Chicago. Mrs. Charles McLaughlin is visiting at Mishawaka this week. Mrs. Charles Smith is visiting her husband in Chicago this week. Mrs. W. V. Gifford and daughter spent Sunday at North Liberty. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Thompson are visiting in Fort Wayne this week. Mrs. Brittenham is improving rap idly and is now able to be out again. Edward Sbireman and family have moved from this city to Denver, Ind. Miss Elsie Taylor is reported quite sick at her home five miles west of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 19 March 1903

Of L THE 63RD GENERAL ASSEMBLY LEGISLATIVE REAPPORTIONMENT. The law providing for th redisricting of the state for legislative purposes for the ne:t six years 'contains tüe following apportionment of counties into legislative districts: Senators. Lake; St. Joseph and Laporte; St. Joseph; Elkhart; Lagrange atd Noble; Steuben and De Kalb; Koaciuuko and Marshall; Whitley and Huntington; Allen and Adams; Allen: Grant. Blackford and Wells; Grant; Miami and Howard; Cass and Carroll; Wabash and Fulton; Porter. Jasper, Pulaski and Starke; Newton; Benton and White; Tippecanoe; Warren, Vermillion and Fountain; Montgomery and Parke; Clinton and Hamilton; Madison and Tipton; Madison; Hancock and Henry; Delaware; Wayne; Randolph and Jay; Johnson, Brown and Jackson; Bartholomew and Decatur: Rush, Fayette and Shelby; Marlon (4); Marion, Hendricks and Boone; Morgan, Putnam nd Owen; Vigo; Vigo and Clay; Franklin, Union, Dearborn. Ohio and Switzerland; Jefferson, Jennings and Kipiey; Washing, ton. Sc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 19 March 1903

(o & LUUtt OCIUl $ IN QUALITY AS WELL AS PRICE I When Buying Wire (q Call and Examine Our Stock (p I Astley Sc Mess q) g8aS2c?v2o2'o TLbe TEtibune, HENDRICKS & CO.. Publishers. Advertisements to appear In THE TRIBUNE meat be In before Tuesday noon to inure tneir appearance In the issue of that week. Plymouth. Ind.. March 19, 1903. I & LOCAL NEWS I Mrs. Lewis linger has been quite sick for several weeks. Harry Coleman, of South Bend, is visiting in this county this week, Elza Lee and Miss Grace Myers, east of town aie reported on the sick list. - Mrs. W. W. Warnes, of Donaldson, yisitea relatives in Plymouth Thursday. Mlis Alice Beckner, of Argos, went to Bremen Thursday to visit over Sunday. Dr. Stevens and Frank Brown, of Tyner, were Plymouth visitors Thursday. B. M. Seybold is able to be on his feet again after a severe attack of grip. The wild geese are flying north, but don't be a goose and shed your overcoat. Miss Maud Sha,nower, of South Ben...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 19 March 1903

GANflLTRffllYPfl But Five Votes Recorded Against Its Ratication on the Final Balloting. WITH. NOT ORE CHANGE IN THE 60f.fr H6T Cuban Reciprocity Tscaty Slated for Speedy Ratification As But Few Senators Desire to Speak at Length Upon It Senators Hopeful of Adjourning Today. Washington, March 1.. Without (lotting an "P or crossing, a "t" even without changing a single punctuation mark the senate yesterday voted to ratify the treaty with the republic of Colombia for the construo tion of an Isthmian canal. ' The vote for ratification was seventy-three in the affirmative to five In the negative. The senate was in executive session when the result was announced, so that only the senators themselves and a few confidential employes were present. All the senators" announced themselves as gratified to have the long struggle terminated, but none of them manif ested their appreciation by cheers or handclapping. On the contrary, all of them seemed more concerned about getting away from the cham...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 March 1903

TY)e Tribute Was the Only Paper irj Marshall to Publish a Synopsis of the New Laws. TS 1WT M0 tt yptv VOLUME II PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1903. NO- 25 CONTRACT TOO HEffl HEED OF THE NEGROES MAY BE SOLD TO PAY STATE DENIAL Famous British O'ficer Looks Like He Might Co Sir Valentine Baker's Way. Two Men Find It So When They Essay to Run Things, and , Slip a Cog. As Stated by Colored Men Position to Know What They Are Saying. in County IT? PL TUT BUNE MACDQ1ALD ACCUSED MRS, BURDICK t 'MAKES Swears She Has of Identity of Killed Her RELATIONS NOT CRIMINAL Says Pennell Always Acted the Gentleman and Had Never Made Indecent or . Improper Suggestions. Buffalo, X. Y., March 25. "nave you received any Information as to who killed jour husband?" "No, sir." "You swear you have no knowledge or information as to who killed him?" 4I do." ' These questions -were addressed to Mrs. Alice Hull Burdick yesterday afternoon by nistrict Attorney ' Coatsworth at the inquest into the death of h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 March 1903

Übe Tribune, EktablisLtd October H), 1901. Only Republican Newspaper In the County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publisiiebs: OFFICE Blssell Pulldln?, Corner LPorte and Center btrtets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year. In adance, 11.50; Six Months. 73 vents; Three Month?, 40 cent, delivered at any postofike ADVERTISING RATES made known on application. Entered at the postoffice at Plymouth, Indiana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind.. March , 26, 1903. Judging from the promptitude with which the senate handled the canal treaty and the expedition in the case of the Cuban treaty, it looks as if a good deal of time might be saved if we could make all the senate sessions overlap an expected vacation. The registration in Chicago the first day was 67,486, which is 6,903 greater than in 1901, and more than 20,000 greater than in 1899, which indicates an unusual interest in the pending municipal election. It is generally conceded that the republicans have the advantage ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 March 1903

TREATY IS IN A SNARL Can Do Nothing with the Docu ment the Senate Ratified' the Other Day. POINTS THAT ARE IRRECONCILABLE As to Date of Going Into Effect Ha to Pa the House Yet Clarh of Two Courta. Washington, March 21. From roch Imperfect readings of the Cuban treaty as can be had at this tage the state department officials have some doubt as to their ability to do anything whatever -with the convention. The amendments made by the senate, particularly thüt added to the ratifying article though prubably not so intended may result In the complete loss of the treaty. There are conflicting clauses which It may not be possible to reconcile. Article 11 provided originally that the treaty should go into effect on the tenth day after exchange of ratifications, which was to be before Jan, 31 last. But this date was changed to March 31, and that is how the article stood when the senate added this sentence: "This treaty shall not take effect until the same shall Lae been approved by the congr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 March 1903

Establish d October 10, 19C1. Only RepÄibÜcatx Newspaper In th County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OF ICE Bissen Building, Corner LPorte and Center streets. Telephone No. 2". SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year. In adTance. 110; sis Months. 75 cents; Three Menth, 4'J cect?. delivered at any postoflke ADVSKTISINU RATES made known on app.lcatiou. Entered at the postcffice at Plymouth, (ndiana, as second-class mail matter. Plymouth. Ind.. March 26, 1903. The work of the Alaska boundary commission will not commence until the end of the second week in April, and It is presumed that the commission will hardly take pla:e in London, before the middle cf August. ' While the general tone of the- verdict of the anthracite commission is la favor of the miners, the decree is rendered that nop-union miners who desire to work shall be fully protected. That is a very important feature. President Roosevelt is said to have decided to appoint Edgar E. Clark, of Iowa, as assistant secretary of the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 March 1903

H8Y(I!J mmi AT LQ iuj UJJ LEADER IN Zhc ZEribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear In THE TRIBÜNE mc4t be In before Tuesday noon to 1dure tnetr appearance in the Issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., March 26, 1903. I & LOCAL NEWS Mr. 'and Mrs. O. F. Cretcher have moved to Bucyrus, Ohio. A. M. Shelley, of Tiosi, Yisited in Plymouth over Sunday. Mrs. Milton Soice is visiting Mrs. Ed Thomas at Elkhart thi 3 week. Mrs. Smith and daughter, Ethel, were Valparaiso visitors Monday. Luther Ilelpman jr., of Bourbon, spent Sunday with Harold and Ford ortb. "William Kyle and Edward Neff, of Folk towuship, have gone to orth Dakota. Rev. A. II. Zilmer commenced a series of meetings at Inwood Tuesday evening. Miss Ava Darratt, of St. Faul, Minnesota, is visiting Miss Effie Conger in ttiicity. Amos Fulk, of Kendallville, spent Sunday with the DeMoss family in Flymouth. . . Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Keiser are the parents of a ten-pound boy born last Friday. Mi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 March 1903

WEEKLY WAGE ATTACKED IN Suit to Determine Constitutional ity of That Act Heard in ' the Supreme Court SflBBBBBBBBBBBSBSMaBSBHafJsSB ITS VALIDITY UPHELD BY MILLER Four Purdue Students Suspended for Their Recent Outbreak, Aside from Paying Fines and Repairing Damages. Indianapolis, March 21. The constitutionality of the law requiring wages to be paid weekly was orally argued before the NUpreme court yesterday. This law also forbids the payment of wages In anything else but money, and the assignment of wages to be earned In the future, which features of the act have already been held to be constitutional by the supreme court In cases recently decided- The decisions upon hoth of these questions were incidentally attacked by appellants' counsel in argument, and it was also urged that even if both of those features of the law shall be upheld the one requiring weekly payments of wages must still be held Invalid. Two PolaU of Attack. It was urgod that the act violates the state and federal ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 March 1903

Co Look Before You Leap IN QUALITY AS WELL AS PRICE When Buying Wire I Call and Examine Our Stock tlev Gbe tribune. HENDRICKS & CO.. Publishers. Advertisements to appear in THETKIBUE mcit be 1 before Tuesday noon to Insure tnelr appearance In the Issue of that week. Plymouth. Im.. March 26, 1903. 2 z LOCAL NEWS & I O. r. Greer is putting up a tine new marble shop at Bourbon. Dr. Gaskill, of Bourbon, visited at C. E. Rivar's Thursday. Mrs. M. L. Helpman has been visiting In Chicago this week. Mrs. Monroe Steiner went to Sputh Bend Thursday to visit her sister. Grover Cleveland was 66 years old Wednesday. lie was born March 18, 1837. Mrs. Barbara Messer living northeast of Bourbon,, wove 1565 yards of rag carpet last year. Mrs. John II. Hoy is visiting her son Harry, who is seriously ill at his home la South Bend. George II. Thayer has returned from a trip of a week to Cleveland and other points east . Mr. and Mrs. John Inks, of near Knox, are guests at the hom...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 March 1903

TR Kt REPORT PUBLISHED Anthracite Miners Receive Many A 4 idvanta pes in Jusf Made Public, m INCREASE OF Proyision for Settlement of All Disputes by I!. ' Arbitration, -and to Continue in ; Force for Three Years, herepirt of the commission appointed by President Roosevelt last October to investigate the anthracite coal strike was made public last Saturday. The report' is" signed by all members of the commission, which consisted of Judge George Gray, of Delaware, Carroll D Wright, labor' commissioner, and Gen. John M. Wilson, both of Washington, Bishop John L. Spalding, of Illinois, Thomas H. Watkins, of Pennsylvania, Edgar E. Clark, of Iowa, and Ed ward.W. Parker, of Washington; The report proper, exclusive of testimony, covers eighty-seven pages of printed matter. The commission recommends a general increase of wages which amounts in most instances to ten per cent.; some decrease in time; the settlement of all disputes by arbitration; fixes a minimum and a sliding scale, based on t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 2 April 1903

..-i V. Plymouth Tribune Prints More and Better Local News Than Any Otber Paper ir) the .CouQty. TT YPTTSTT TT PTTV U li VOLUME II PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, APItIL 2, 190H. NO 2(i PLYMO ! .r. I 1" i V V, ! '7 A U i; i : M i -1 r V.3 i ? 1 1 if EXPLOSION Or DUST FATAL TO FIVE Accumulation of Gas in ah Illinois - . Coal Mine Results in Loss of Life FURNftGE "fiflNG" Deluge of White Hot Ashes Causes Death of Sixty Men and Seriously In. juring Twenty Others. Sandoval, Ills., April 1. Five men were killed and four fatally injured by an explosion In the coal mine here j-esterday. The dead are: Frank Deris, L. F. Lauiay, Dominic Barlottso, John Gachenis and Joe Beanca. Fatally injured Henry Newliouserilenry Wheeler, Charles Lewis and William McFadden. Seriously liurt Frank Day. Three of the dead men leave fa railies. v i ' " lombodf Seems at Fault. , The accident is said to be due to an accumulation of gas 'in the mine from Imperfect ventilation, and coal dust which had been allowed to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 2 April 1903

Zhc tEtibune EtblUb d October 10, 1901. Only Republican Newspaper In th County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFFICE BUsell Building, Corner LaPorte and Center Strtets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year, in adaoce, 11.50; till Months, 75 cents; Three Months, 40 cent, delivered at any postoffice ADVEKTISING RATES made known on application. Entered at the postoffice at Plymouth, Indiana, as second-class mail matter. Plymouth, !nL. April 2. 1903. A shake-up is promised in the postoffice department at Washington. The resignation of General Tyner and George. W. Beaveis are forerunners of se feral other resignations or dismissals "W. H. Jilodgett, stall correspondent of the Indianapolis News, says Gov. Darhin's friends are authority for the statement that be has given up the idea of aspiring to Senator Bevendge's toga. Ilalf a dozen trained postoffice inspectors, including practically all of the fcrce which successfully exposed pused the frauds in the Cuban service,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 2 April 1903

N MILIIOIIS To Irish Tenants to Assist Them to Purchase Farms for Themselves. WINDHAM'S LAND BILL IS READ Ue&sure Intended to Assist in the Pacification of Ireland. John Redmond , Steint Fairly Well Satisfied with It. tont Want Some Changes Political . Love Temtt. rs London, March 2C Tne Irish secretary, Wyndhani. introduced the government's long anticipated Irish land 1)111 in the house of commons yesterday afternoon. It proposes free grant of $00,000,000 for the purposes of the bill. Tenants are to pay 34 per cent. Interest on loans from the government. AVyndham said he thought the scheme -would not involve $COO,CO0,0OO. but that $750,000,000 could safely be, advanced on Irish land. The, advances to tenants are limited to ?2.boO in the congested districts and $3,000 elsewhere. The bill also provides that untenanted farms and grazing lands hall be sold to neighboring tenants, and that three commissioners, to be known as estate commissioners, shall supervise the sales. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 2 April 1903

Übe Uribunev , Established October 10, 19a. - - Only Republican Newspaper In the County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OF ICE BUsell Buildln?, Corner LuPorte and Center Strteta. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year, in adTanee. fl.5o; Six Months, 75 cents; Three Month?, 40 cents, delivered at any postofflce ADVERTISING RATES made knowc on application. Entered at the postofflce at Plymouth, Indiana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., April 2, 1903. British statesmen have discovered that Irish complaints about absentee owners of the soil are reasonable. Tbt man who tills the land ought to have a living chance to own a farm some öay Admiral Dewey had fifty-four warships in the Caribbean when the European allies were shooting at Venezuela. Now the world knows what Uncle Sam means by a ''Christmas itinerary" in the navy department. Cuba has acceptod the amended jecinrocity treaty, and now if President Roosevelt calls a special session of congress, and the ho...

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