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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 2 April 1903

Hfl ALL GRADES AT- BUCK'S CASH LEADER IN ZEbe TEtibune HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Aflrertlsements to appear In THE TRIB ÜNE mcjt be In before Tuesday noon to in sure tttetr appearance In the Issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., April 2. 1903. 3 s i nr AI MPWC r IP Conrad Bergman is visiting in Peru this week. Victor Harris is spending bis vaca tion at In wood. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Shirley, of South Bend visited here over Sunday. Postmaster Joseph A. Yockey made a flying overland trip to Argos Sun day. . Misses Grace Thomas and Mae Hill have gone to Valparaiso to attend school. Money to loan in large and small amount. Enquire at law office. John W. Farks. 141t3 26t2 J. W. Nepp, of South Bend, spent Sunday at the home of J. E. Johnson in Tyner. Mrs. Ed Gibson and little daughter went to South Bend Monday for a visit of a week. Attorney Henry R. Wair, of South Bend, spent Sunday with Dr. Preston in this city. Bank Examiner Frazer of "Warsaw, stopped here Monday on his way to . South Be...

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. — 2 April 1903

SAIIIGÜEL DEFEATED Filipino Leader Attacked byMaca bebes in a Position That ! ' Was Entrenched. BEISS LITTLE FIGHT THE RESULT United State Has One Man Wounded Heb! Ixise forty-Five Dead, ; Including San MigueF ' Got. Taft's Illness. Manila, March 2Ä Two companies of Ma ca bebe scouts signally defeated the main body of San Miguel's force Testerdav. It is believed San MIeiMI .was killed. Lieutenant Reese was se riously wounded. The scouts lost three men killed, and eleven men were .wounded. The enemy occupied an en trenched position midway between Mariquina, San Francisco Del Monte, MACABEBE BCOUT. and had erected a stone fort, which was garrisoned by 200 men. The first and fourth companies of Macabebes, commanded by Lieutenants Reese and Nickerson, respectively, attacked the enemy's position, but as the scouts were exposed to the fire of the enemy in a manner which placed the Maca bebes at a disadvantage the lieuten ants decided after an hour's fighting to surround the position and c...

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. — 2 April 1903

o ÖÜI1U111Ü H111U11ÜÜH nuiu ruHüüi Large Stock of Smooth Wire. Nabob Barb Wire. Ell Barb Wire. Cleveland Barb Wire In Large Quantities, at the Very Lowest Prices. S Astley XEbe Tribune, HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisement to appear In THE TKIB ONE mc4 be in before Tuesday noon to In sure tnelr appearance in the iasue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., April 2. 1903. 1 & LOCAL NEWS f Postmaster Pickerl of Argos was In Plymouth Thursday. Mrs. A. R. Underwood was a Chi cago visitor Thursday. . E. McEl fresh, of Argos. transacted ( business in Plymouth Thursday. The east car shops of the Pennsyl vania railroad at Fort Wayne burned last week-. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Thomas return ed to their homes at Warsaw Thurs day forenoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kendall are the parents of a nine pound girl born Thursday morning. Mrs. George Kruyer attended the funeral of Mrs. Hugo Kemps at Argos Thursday afternoon. Mrs. O. F. Montgomery, of Roches ter, visited Mrs. Willard Lawrence in this city last ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 2 April 1903

C3.817. ; ' PruSla Varl 2 r and huctaad, to Al tertum C G:prcn, und 1-8 cf nw q of NDVEtTV II! RilitPI AY Woman and Alleged Man Are the Principals and Both Are Wounded. UAH GETS OFF HUGH TOO EASILY While the Woman's Wound Is Severe "Doable Crime or a Barber Ar v" ' rests at Waterbury '. . , .Irontoiy, O., March 31. In a shoot ing affair here yesterday .William Ar gp shot and seriously wounded .Ellen Barker, who .returned the fire, - also pounding Arjro. Argo is a carpenter, and lives at Center Furnace, near this city.1 Ile'was an old sweetheart of the woman he shot. He came here yester day and went to the place where she Is living as the housekeeper of J. J Fay. She refused to see him, and he opened fire on her, firing five shots, one taking effect in her breast, and making a serious wound. She returned the lire, one shot passing' through the fleshy part -of his leg below the knee and lodging in the other. Argo was arrested.., , . V :i. Brutal and Bloody Mord or. Chillicothe, O., Ma...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 9 April 1903

The Trine Prints Mom PTT UFT ffice ieTj xrrT TTTITTI TT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 190H. NO. 27 TH im PLYMOU TRIBUNE j i 4 f J s li r - IV flflRRIS on mm FOR "Wins by Six Thousand Plurality in a Hotly Contested Race for Mayor of Chicago, ELECTIONS IN OTHER STATES Democrats Carry. St Louis, While Republic cans Get Everything is Sight at Kan sas City Notes of the Election, Chicago, April 8. The first returns received of the city election gave ev- . 7 indications of a Stewart victory, there . being Jarge Stewart gains, he carrying Harrison's own precinct. The gains kept up pretty well, bnt not enough to defeat Harrison, the final returns showing the following state of the case: Harrison, 14GJ523; Stewart, 139,375; Harrison's plurality, G.91S. CIRT1B B. HARRISON. "When the counting of the votes had proceeded for only an hour Representa tive Lorimer greatly revised the pre-election rnres. He said: "Mr. Stewart will be elected by 3,000 votes." Party estimates were away out of l...

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. — 9 April 1903

Zhc Tribüne Established October 10, 1901. - Oolj Republican Newspaper in the County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OF ICE-Bissell Bulldln?, Corner Li Porte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION BATES One Year. In aa rance, tl.50; Six Months. 75 cents; Three Month?, 40 uents. delivered at any postoffice ADVEKT1SINO RATES made known on ap plication. Entered at the postoffice at Plymouth, Indi ana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., April 9, 1903. President' Diaz's message to. tbe Mexican congress indicates ttiat some of our prosperity has overflowed into that country. But that's all right -with us; we've got about all we can use, anyway. Judge Adams of St. Louis, has dis solved the temporary injunction pre venting trainmen of the Wabash Rail road from striking, but an amicable settlement of the difficulty is expected. Reed Smoot rises to state that he has not received an invitation to ad dress the American club, of Pittsburg, and that he is not expecting one....

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. — 9 April 1903

Mild! QUASHED Judge Adams, Declines to Make Permanent th3 Wabash Ra'lway Crder. . BE01HEEH00DS WIN ON ALL POINTS Movement on Foot to Settle the Trou ble Without a Strike Judge Advises Arbitration. SL Louis. April 2. The Injunction Issued March 3 by Judge Elmer P. Adams, of the United States-district court, at the Instance of the Wabash railroad officials, to restrain the broth erhoods of railway trainmen and fire men from ordering a strike on that sys tem was dissolved In a decision hand ed down by Judge Adams yesterday. What the next move will be on either side is problematical. At Wabash head quarters it was stated that amicable adjustment of the controversy Is hoped for. The same sentiment was expressed at the hotels where are quartered the few representative of the officials of the trainmen and firemen now in the city. Judge BecommenJi Arbitration. , Counsel for both sides spent the aft ernoon in conference, but no agreement was reached. The keynote for amicable settlement was s...

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. — 9 April 1903

Übe tEtibune. Ettliihed October 10 MM. Only Republican Newspaper in the County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OF ICE Bissell Build in z. Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year, in ad vance, f 1.50; Six Months, 75 cents; Thre Months, 40 cents, delivered at any postofflce ADVERTISING RATES made known on ap plication. Entered at the potofSce at PI j mouth, Indi ana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., April 9. 1903. No person can charge President Roosevelt with trying to dodgj live issues and new national responsibili ties. Labor organizations are beginning to learn that they lose nothing by calmly abiding the action of the law and by offers of arbitration. The elections in Ohio indicate that W. J. Bryan is not politically dead. He evidently has more influence than all bis opponents comtmed. A defensive alliance of most of the trades unions of the country, with a membersnip of millions of men, is un der consideration. . If it is con...

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. — 9 April 1903

Mrs. Gust Schlosser and son, Chaun Doim'it pay double price for a Range to a peddler .... Get Buck's prices on mal leable or cast steel ranges before you buy. Buck, The Cash Hardware Man. Leader In Low Prices. XEbe XEtibime. HENDRICKS & CO.. Publishers. Adrertlsements to appear in THE TRIB ÜNE mut be In before Tuesday noon to in sure tnelr appearance in the issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind.. April 9. 1903. 2 & LOCAL NEWS J Mrs. Taylor Filson went to Bourbon to spend Monday with her sister.. Professor Albert Hume, of Winona, spent Sunday at his home in this city. . Mrs. J. C. Foulke and children have gone to Kokomo to visit relatives this week. Mrs. J. D. Johnson, of Teegarden, Tisited over Sunday with her daughter in this city. Miss Kuth Bryan, of Argos, spent Sunday with the family of her brother in this city. D. J. and L. S. Stockburger, of near Argos, have gone to Hinckley, 111., to work on a farm. E. J. Marvin, of Auburn, spent Sunday with bis father and other rel ative...

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. — 9 April 1903

OHE Thousands of Enthusiastic Citizens Greet Nation's Executive on His Trip West. RIDES" IN ENGINE GflB UP THE, ALLEGHflNIES Visits Two Universities While in Chicago, is Made a LL. D., and Speaks to Six Thous and at Auditorium in the Evening. TttAIN CLIMBS THE ALLEGHANIES With the Executive of the Nation in the Engine Cab-Stop at Ilarrisburg.j ntlsburg, April 2. President Roosevelt viewed the scenery around the famous horseshoe curve yesterday afternoon from, a seat in the cab of a locomotive attached to his special train, and after a "ride of about fifty jmiles expressed himself as delighted with hia experience. When his spe cial reached Altoona, at 4:00 o'clock yesterday afternoon the president alighted from his car and walked rap idly to the front of the train. Two engines were coupled to it ready to pull the eavy cars over the Allegheny mountains, i;nd the president shook hands with tiie crews of each. $llmbs Into th Engine Cab. He then climbed into the cab of the rear engine, N...

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. — 9 April 1903

Genuine American Field Foncc. Iarge Stock of Smooth Wire. Nabob Barb Wire. EH Barb Wire.' Cleveland Barb Wire In Large Quantities, at the Very Lowest Prices. (o Astley 0) Hbe TObtine, HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Adrertlsements to appear In THE TRIB UNE mcjt be in before Tuesday noon to In are tnelr appearance In the Issue of tbat week. Plymouth, Ind., April 9. 1903. I LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Julia Giller has returned to her home at Marion. Thft snrincr tprm nf Unnrhnn nllecrp will open Monday, April 13. Elmer Webb, of near Teegarden, was a Plymouth visitor Thursday. Mrs. Louisa Barnes visited the Tur ners and Pickerls at Argos Thursday. Mrs. Bessie ITimes went to Misb awaka Thursday to visit over Sunday. Mrs. Mary T. Clark, of Laporte, was a visitor at Brightside Thursday. Money to loan in large and small amount. Enquire at law office. John W. Parks. Mrs. Hiram Shafer and daughter went to Bloomingsburg to visit with relatives over Sunday. Professor Hite and wife went to Bourbon townshi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 9 April 1903

THE TARIFF QUESTÜOB President Roosevelt Handles the Subject in a Speech at Minneapolis. . BVTEEPinQ CHANGES DISASTROUS Question of Tariff Revision Stands Wholly Apart from That of I Dealing with the Trusts. Minneapolis, April 6. President Roosevelt's principal speech while in this citj was upon the tariff questfou. He said: My Fellow Citizens: At the special session of the senate held in Maren the Cuban reciprocity treaty was rati fied. When this treaty goes into effect. It will confer substantial economic benefits alike upon Cuba, because of the widening of her market in the United States, and upon the United States, because of the equal widening and the progressive control It will give to our people in the Cuban market. This treaty is beneficial to both parties and justifies-itself on several grounds. In the first p:ace we offer to Cuba her natural market. We can confer upon her a benefit which no other nation can confer; and for the very reason that we have started her as an inde...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 16 April 1903

The Tribune Prints More and Better Local News Than Any Otber Newspaper in the CouQty. V IM Recorder's Office febOc volume n PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, APKIL 16, 1903. NO- 28 PflRRY DENOUNCE W LABOR UNION President National Manufacturers' Association Declares Them A Menace to Liberty Bl HEARERS HEARTILY IN flGGORD Need of New Labor Organization Declared Urgent by a Battle Creek, Mich,, Man, Who Favors Modified Unionism, New Orleans, April' 15.' The first day's session of the annual convention of the Rational Association of Manu facturers ended without any definite Indications as to whether the organiza tion will adopt as its own the policy of aggressive hostility to union labor methods outlined by President D. M. Parry in his annual report.' Parry's at titude on the labor question was the chief point of interest for the dele gates, and it. It is declared, was the cause for the largest delegate repre sentation In the history of the asso ciation. When Tarry was introduced at the morn...

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. — 16 April 1903

be TEtibune. Etblijl d October 10, 1901. Only Republican Newspaper In tha County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFrlCt-Biti. buiiomg, Comer LPorte aDl Center streets. Telephone No. 27. SC B5CRIPTION RATES One Year. In ad Tnce. 11.50; fcix Months. 75 cents; Thr-e Month. 40 rent. delivered at any postofllce ADVe.NTlSl.SU UATLd made known on ap plication. Entered at the potofHce at Plymouth, Indi ana, ao econd-clpps mall matter. Plymouth. Ind., April 16, 1903. Id Columbus, O., all the candidates, with a single exception, who had the indorsement of the Citizens' League were elected, and it may be added that nearly all el them are republi cans. In prosperous times like this it is foolish for men to spend all they make aud to spend more tnan one makes and go into debt is reckless. This is the harvest time and every man who makes a living salary should put aside a part of his earnings for the inevita- lle rainy day. The Supreme Court of New York has just rendered a decision affirming th...

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. — 16 April 1903

MERGER ISTIII LOST Unless the National Suprema Court Shall Come to Its Prompt Rescue. DECIDED TO BE WHOLLY LAWLESS Four Circuit Judges Concur in the Opinion That Spoils Mor gan's Work, St Faul, April 10. The position of the United States government in the suit brought against the Northern Se curities company, the Northern ra- cine and Great Northern rail ways, and Individ ual officials and dii"K"tors of those companies, has been sustained in the decision hand ed down in the United States cir cuit court but under a spe cial act or con- w H. baxborn. gress was taken at once to the court of appeals, hich court was to ex pedite the hearing and'decision of the case in every manner possible. Railway Men Will Appeal. The taking of testimony in this city and in New York lasted for several weeks and the arguments in St. Louis before Circuit Court Judges Caldwell, Sanborn, Thayer and Vandevanter, took several days. The decision of the court was written by Judge Thayer, and was filed in this. ...

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. — 16 April 1903

$be tribune. Established October 10. 1901. Only Republican Newipaper In th Coonty. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFMCE-Bisell Build in?. Corner LPoie uid Center Street. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year, in ad vance. II JO; 61 Months. 75 cents; Three Menth. 40 cent. dellTerrd at any postofflce ADVERTISING RATFJ made known on ap plication. Entered at the poatoffice at rijmoutn, Indi ana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind- April 16. 1903. More immigrants have arrived at Ellis island this month than ever be fore during the first two weeks of April. Are these new citizens to be classed among "undigested securi ties?" More and better immigrants are anding upon American shores tbis year, from the lands over the sea. We have plenty of room for foreigners of the right kind. It is said those who have put in an appearance this year are much above the average in intel ligence. Mr. Carnegie's prediction that the United States and Great Britain, in cluding Canada, will so...

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. — 16 April 1903

A The Original uuUu vi asoline Stove in 3 At Buck's Gash HardwarG Leader In Low Prices S 1 dl HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. AdTertisements to appear In THE TRIB UNE mcit be in before Tuesday noon to In are tnelr appearance in the issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., April 16, 1903. John Locker was home from Chi cago over Sunday. Mrs. Herbert Hess . Is visiting her brother at Notre Dame. Mrs. Schyler Roseubury has been seriously 111 for several weeks. Don't forget the concerts at the Church of God April' 22 and 24. " Mrs. Mary "Wilson, of Mishawaka, spent Sunday with relatives here. Miss Grace Hutchison has gone to Mishawaka to remain indefinitely. Mrs. A. H. Stafford went to Argos to attend the funeral of Charles Hisey. Mrs. D. Edwards, of Rochester, spent Sunday with relatives in Plym outh. Daniel Weiss, of South Bend, spent -i ial. i i t-i s ry err - öunaay wun ais son, ivev. u. 1 eis, in this city. Attorney O'Blenis, of Argos Is here this week. lie Is interested In the Zehner c...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 16 April 1903

REMAINS A MYSTERY Buffalo's Murder and Supposed Suicide Sensation Have Not Been Solved. PEHHELL INQUEST 13 AT AN END Fudge Murphy Says It Throws No Light on the Erent PennelV Statement. . Buffalo, N. T.t April 11. The evi dence given at the inquest into the deaths of Arthur II. rennell r. ad Mrs. Fennell before Justice Murphy vill not help the authorities in any way to a solution of the Burdick murder mys tery. Whether the tragedy at Gehre's stone quarry on March 10, in which rennell was killed and Mrs. Pennell fatally injured, was due to accident or design, wis Lot proven. . Thomas Fenney, who has acted as attorney for the Pennell family since Arthur Fen nell's death, declared that so far as he was aware nothing in the papers left by Pennell would throw any üvlit upon the murder of Edwin Bursiek. When Penney was questioned regard ing the alleged defalcations by Pen nell he declined to answer. J.Frederick Pennell, brother of the dead lawyer, who has possesion of most of the pa pers,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 16 April 1903

o Gonuine American Field Fonoo. Large Stock of Omooth Wire. Xaboto Barb Wire, Ell Barb Wire. Cleveland Barb Wire. In Large Quantities, at the Very Lowest Prices. Äst ley & Hess XTbe ZEttbune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Adrertlaements to appear In THE TRIB UNE mcjt te In before Tuesday noon to ln ure tnetr appearance In the Issue of that week. Pljmotth. Ind.. April 16. 1903. I LOCAL NEWS f Senator Parks spent Thursday at Bourbon. Mrs. Baylor visited friends in this city on he- way from Laporte to War saw. Ex-County Surveyor English is as sisting Ccunty Surveyor Grube in sur veying near Argos. Trustee Jackman and theadvis)ry board have decided to build a new school bouse at Inwood. Mary Sullivan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Sullivan, has gone to Chi cago for a visit of several days. Miss Rose Kaufman has returned to Bremen after a visit of a month with relatives and friends in this city. Mrs. Morris A gier returned from Chicago Thursday, where she spent ten days visiting ü...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 16 April 1903

PROBE WILL GO DEEP P. M. Gem Payne Says, into Al leged Irregularities, Etc., in the P. O. D. EOT A GUILTY MAN IS TO GET AWAY And No Innocent Are to Suffer All L the Department's Sleuth Ability Busy. "Washington, April 14. rostmaster General Payne has given out a state ment In which he announces that the Investigation of the affairs of the post ofiice department will be continued, and that any . parties found guilty of .wrong-doing will be dealt with sum marily. The statement is as follows: "During the months of January and I'ebruary information and reports reached me which I deemed it for the public Interest to investigate, and I, personally, gathered such information and facts as would enable the proper officers o the department to under take a thorough investigation as to the truth or falsity of these reports. Para Is After the Truth. "I directed Fourth Assistant Fost master General Bristow to take the proper steps to institute the necessary Inquiry, using for that purpose the pos...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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