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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 6 August 1903

We Give Tradiog Stamps for the Full (Amount of All Subscriptions to Tf)e Tribune. TTHT7 TTTTS T-r r V-r T-n r o TT T7TTTT T7 v r n h ' Kccorder'. Oflico (em nr VOLUME II PLYMOUTH. INDIANA,' THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1903. NO. U li 11 hil i ii ii ii-i IL ll IV liVU 11 11 11 "RIPS" IN EARNEST Former Reformatory f.lanagement Is Slit Up tho l Back. . NEW SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT Official Records Show Loose Methods of Administration. . PURPOSES OF NEW MANAGEMENT Remarkable Condition of Affair At Jefferson ville Shown By Preliminary Investigation. How the State ; Ha Been Worsted In Dealing With Companies Working Prison Labor. Detects In Sanitary and Moral Conditions At the Institution Spei . ciflcally Pointed Out. Donation of ; State Supplies By Prison Officials. A 3Iass of Interesting Evidence. Superintendent Whittaker Outlines . a Program of Retrenchment and ' Reform,. Indianapolis, Ind, Aug. 1, 1903.. To the Hon. D. J. Terhune, L. P. Nerby D. J. Crittenberger-and Dr. H. . C. Hobbs, Members of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 6 August 1903

- . -'i t : I "j J .1 r f 1( i 1 is h . s y ' 5 Zhc tribune. Established October 10, 1901. Only liepubllcan Newspaper in the County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFFICE Bisseil Building, Corner LaV-orte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year. In advance. 11.50: tlx Months, 75 cents: Three Month?, 40 cents, delivered at any postofflce ADVKhTISIXO RATES made known on application. Entered at the po-toffiee at Plj mouth, Indiana, as second-class nail matter. Plymouth, Ind., August 6, 1903. a stay iu Euiope convinced liourke Cock ran that Mr. Cleveland Is the man fur the presidency. Mr. Bryan is goiug alroad, but the trip will not affect him the same way. Lafayette may have her little fail ings, but her protest against the street fair is worthy of all praise. There are enough demoralizing influ ences in our cities and towns without imposing or manufacturing any. The. agreement of the miners and operators of the western field on all questions of .dif...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 6 August 1903

UIIIOIl III ARRESTED Charge Is ImpSication in Causing an Exolosion in a Colorado Mine. 1IEH WEBE AT WORK AT THE TIME Ulne Is Non-Union Accustl Declar Their Inoocencr, but Are Ordered Out of Town. Idaho Springs, Colo., July so. An explosion at the Suu ami Moon mine, Jocatwl three miles f om this city, wrecked the transformer bouse. The watchman at tle mine saw men running from the building and tired at them several times. Later a wounded man was found lying near by. lie was taken in charge. Under Sheriff Chas. Peck, of Georgetown, and a pose went to the scene to make an investigation and protect the Sun and Moon property. Since the srriko last winter the mine has-been operated with n j-un-ion men. The wound-d man di.-d later, lie was identltfrd as Philip Fire, a member of the miners' union. Twenty-Two Union Men Arrtd. Twenty-two members of the miners union, Including President Howard T;esixe and the other officials, have been arrested charged with conspiracy to blow up the mine. They...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 6 August 1903

Zbc tribune. Established October 10, 1901. Only Republican Newspaper In the County HENDRICKS & CO., Pen jshers OFFICE Blssell Bulldln?, Corner LsPorte and Center streets. Telephone o. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year, in adTance. tt.5ü; Six Months. 75 cents; Three Month?, 40 cents, delivered at any postolfiee ADVERTISING RATES made known on ap plication. - Entered t the po-toffice at Plymouth, Indl na, as second-elaes mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., August 6, 1903. The cotton combine has put up the price of raw cotton so high that the New England mills naye been forced to cjose and 200,000- employes are thrown out of employment. Leaders of the mob at Dan Tille, III .-, are surprised by the fact that they are about to be indicted. The laws in Illinois are not the plaything they Imagined. The present encampment has been a gooi deal more like work and less like play than any the Indiana militia ha - ever had. The good effects of the federal government's watchfulness oyer the mi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 6 August 1903

IJ. IM BEST COAL OIL, Per Gallon, . . . BEST GASOLINE, Per Gallon, . . . Now is Youp M lick's Cash Hardware Leader In Zhc Tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Adrertlsements to appear In TBE TKIB UiE meat be lo before Tuesday noon to In ure tneir appearance in the issue of that week. ' Plymouth, Ind.. August 6. 1903. ni4 MiiUMn I & LOCAL NEWS & Miss Robia Greenlun is visitiD in Fort Wayne. Stephen S. Mann Is visiting in South Bend. Ilenry Foglesong was a Plymouth visitor Tuesday. - Mrs. Henry Jarrell was a Plymouth visitor Tuesday George Shelley transacted business in fcouth Bend Tuesday. Miss Blanche Artz is visiting Mrs. Pearce at Etna Green. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Bergman arej visiting at Peru this week. Dr. Martin was called to Argos on professional business today. Miss Elma Koontz, of Linkvllle, has returned from her visit In Texas. Mrs. Charles McLaughlin" is the guest of relatives in South Bend. Mis Gertrude Jeffries, of Bourbon, is attending...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 6 August 1903

10 SOLEI COIICLÜ Cardinals of tho RToman Catholic Church Gather to Electa New Pope. GUESSES AT 1HB KESULT ARE VAIH Italians Can Elect, bat Are Not United Ormonlcs of the AssemblyInterviews Repudiated. Rome, Aug. 1. The largest con :1a ve In the history of the Roman Catholic church has now assembled In the Sistine chape! for the purpose of elect ing a successor to lo XIII: Sixtytwo cardinals, with over 200 clerical and lay attendants, are to all intents and purposes prisoners within theVatican. One of them. Cardinal Herraro y Espinosa, archbishop of Valencia, vas prostrated Immediately after en tering the conclave, and lies ill In his cell. This morning the cardinals entered upon the solemn duty of choos- ing the new pope by ballot. The gen- accounts of conversations he is alcral impression exists that within two leged to hare had with private Indi or three days a been chosen. new pope will have Speculation mm to tho Sneettior. Prognostications as to who will wear Ihe tiara as Leo's ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 6 August 1903

Ci V JUST HRRIVED t lode CKLL RND HSTLEY KND HESS .4 ZIbe Tribune. HENDRICKS & CO.. Publishers. Advertisements to appear In THE TKIB UNS mcit be In before Tuesday noon to In ore tnelr appearance In the luoe of that Plymouth, Ind., August 6, 1903. . 1 LOCAL NEVS There were 230 Bourbon people here circus day. Bert Tyrell bas moved from Bourbon to South Bend. George Schröck, of Wisconsin, Is visiting his brother at Burr Oak. The show came In from Kokora jand went from here to Michigan City. Mrs. Elma Fribley and family vis-, ited at n. G. Thayer's Thursday. CChew "Stronghold" plug. A perfect chew. Tags 1 cent each. 194-dw6t Judge Caprou went to Knox Thursday to assist In trying In a law suit. The Forepaugh-Sells show drew one of the largest crowds ever seen in this city. All the cottages and hotels at Lake Mail nkuckee are crowded and Culver is booming. Mrs. Elizabeth Kershaw, of Argos, is visiting her grand-daughter, Mrs. Eldridge Thompson. Plymouth was given ideal weather...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 6 August 1903

THEY UNITE OEi SARTÜ Succession to the Late Pope Leo XIII Falls to the Patriarch of Venice. EE IS PROCLAIMED TO THE PEOPLE And Administers HU First Blessing to a Great Hultituda. Seventh Dal lot Js Decisive and the Favored Cardinal Breaks Down Ceremonies Following Election. Rome, Aug. 5. The conclave after being irr session for four days has elected Guiseppe Sarto, patriarch of Venice, as'pope to succeed Leo XIII, and he now reigns at the Vatican and over the Roman Catholic world as Pius X. All Rome was illuminated in his honor. Ills election and the assumption of his holy office were marked by striking demonstrations ttrjiTi nTi'r x and impressive ceremonies at the Vatican. Today the new pope, clad In his full pontifical robes, and with all the ritualistic ceremony, received the members of the diplomatic corps, the cardinals and the bishops, who 'thea offered their official ho ma ge Coronation Probable Next Sunday. The date upon which the coronation of Pius X will occur has not yet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 13 August 1903

We Give I radiog Stamps for the pull flmount of All Subscriptions to Tr)e Tribune. TRIBUN feWB VOLUME II PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THUKSD AY, AUGUST 13, 1903.. NO- 45 PLYMOUTH 11 a RiLd GE ORG A VILIZITIOII Geems to Permit the Whipping of Female Prisoners in the Stat9 Prisons. DASE THAT HAS BOUSED THE STATE Charge That a White Woman Has . Bwn Brutally Whipped Causes an Inquiry. Mlddedgeville, Ga.f Aug. 12. The Investigation of the alleged brutality of Assistant Superintendent A ilagood, f the $tate prison farm, in the whipping of Miss Mamie Decris, a -white prisoner, was begun underthe supervision of State Prison Warden Jacob Moore. In her statement Miss Decrls said that Alia good made Imprcp proposals to her and that he had afterward threatened her with a view to keeping her from telling of his actions This case has roused Georgia more than anything that has happened in the state for years, the fact that it 'was a white woman who was whipped .adding largely to the excitement. The whipping...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 13 August 1903

Übe tribune. Established October 10, 1901. Ooly Republican Newspaper In the Coutty. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFMCE-Btesel! BuiMln?, Corner LftPorte &d4 Outer Streets. Tel-phone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION KATE9-0ne Year, in adrance. 11.50; Six Months. 75 centa; Three Month. 40 cents, delivered at any postofflee ADVERTISING RATES made known on application. - Entered at the po-tofflce at PI j month, Indiana, as second'Class mail matter. Plymouth, Ind., August 13, 1903. Marsball Field is said to be the fourth richest man in the United States. King Edward's idea of conciliating Ireland combines kindly, appreciative words with a practical lift in material affairs. If this is blarney, it 4s of a new and improved kind. Eight hundred saioons have been closed in Indiana within a year The advocates of intemperance will be sure to hold this fact responsible for the lawlessness which has disgraced Indiana during the past few months. Schwab's salary as m inager of the big st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 13 August 1903

Fl STRUCTURES HIT JOHII "GIL" SHAIIKilll PRECEDENT SET ASIDE 'STAMP CERTIFICATES' AIITI-MO PLACARD KODOL digests what you eat KODOL c purifies, strengtLe: ana sweetens me siomacn. P. Small Cyclone Passes Through the World's Fair Grounds at St. Louis. ONE OF THE WORKMEN IS KILLED Another Fatally Hart and Seren Other Injured Little Damage, Luckily, to the Buildings OtLer Disasters. St Louis, Aug. G. One of the heaviest storms of the year, but of brief duration, swept over St. Louis, being preceded by a "wind" that in the westera portion of the city developed into a miniature twister which tore through the World's fair grounds, killing one man, probably fatally injuring another, and seriously injuring seven others, besides causing damage to World's fair buildings and other property generally throughout the city to the extent of $10,000. The greatest fury of the storm was felt at the World's fair grounds, where the casualties occurred. Tletlnu of th Storm. The man killed is Theodore Ric...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 13 August 1903

Gbe Uttbune. EaUWlähed October 10, 19pt: , . : : ... . . y Only Republican Newspaper In the County. HENDPwICKS & CO., Publishers.' OF ICE Bissell Building. Corner LaPorte and Center fctrtets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year. In advance, il-50; Six Months. 75 cents; Three . Months, 40 cents, delivered at any postoffice ADVERTISING RATES made known on application. Entered at the potofflce at Pbmoitb, Indiana, as seoond -class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind. August 13. 1903. A report of the secretary of agriculture states that more. than nipeientbspf thebemp produced In the United States is grown in Kentucky. For the outside market, no doubt. Another job let of prehistoric bones has been turned up, this time in California. In time we may discover that America, bad a history .cotemporary with that of Asia. . - The rapid expansion of the coal mining industry during the present year Is second only to tba$ of electric traction., It surely ljoks as if there sboild be c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 13 August 1903

I did not sign the railroad petition. I recognize the right of oil persons to buy- goods from vhoiri and when they please. r H. E. BUCK - . THE CASH HARDWARE MAN 1 TEbe Tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. AdTertisements to appear In THE TKIB ONE mcit be In before Tuesday noon to in are tnetr appearance in the Issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind.. August 13. 1903. , I & LOCAL NEWS & f Oliver Porter is visting in South Bend. - Joseph Ilendricks is visiting at St. Louis this week. Ed. Wade is visiting bis sister at Laporte" tbis week. Henry Ilawklns is spending a few days in South Bend. Miss Emma Yocfcey is visitiog. Miss Delia Oglesbee in Laporte. John Smith has gone to South Bend where he expects to remain. C. B. Bhinehart. the mecsenger boy, spent Sunday at Culver. Noah V. Hoover and daughter, Ina, were Walkerton visitors Monday. Miss Effie Chaney has returned from a visit of a week at South Bend. Julius Host, of Milwaukee, has been visiting here ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 13 August 1903

DEAD III THE TAIIGIE Seventeen Human Beings Who Were Caught Asleep in a 1 Railway Wrecks BIX OTHERS PLACED ON TEE EOL1 After Their Kangled Bodies Are Taken .Alive from the Debris. CI renn Train In a Rear-End Collision Decanse Something Wag Wrong on an Engine Engineer t Is Blamed. ' Durand, Mich., Aug. 8. The death list as a result of the collision In the Grand Trunk yards "between the two sections of Wallace Bros. circus train stands at, twenty-three, seven of whom are In the morgue unidentified. Coroner Fairer has Impanneled a Jury which viewed the remains and adjourned until Aug. 14, when the inquest will be held. Record of Total CasaaUloj. Following are the dead: James Toffelmire, Onent, la.: James McCarthy, trainmaster of the Grand Trunk; A. W. Iarge, special officer of the Grand Trunk, liattle Creek; John PurcvH, Peru, Ind., boss canvasman; Lafe Larton, Cambridge, O., team driver; G. Thomas, residence unknown, member of stake and chain gang; Harry St Clair, residence unknown, r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 13 August 1903

nr X l V Coal Oil, per 'c' Gasoline, per 7 4 KSTLEY 75N D H ESS Leader In Good Goods and Low Prices. ZJl r XEbe Urtbune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Adrertlsements to appear In TBE TRIB ÜNE mcit be In before Tuesday noon to In are tnetr appearance In the Issue of that week. Plymouth. Ind., August 13. 1903. j LOCAL NEWS 1 Rev. W. II. Rittenhouse, bas movi ed from Bourbon to Bremen. Miss Marie Leonard has gone to South Bend tor a visit of two weeks. Peter Mesner, who resides near Etna Green, has a bible 280 years old. Mr-., rhebe Montgomery, aunt of Miss Haines, has been quite sick fur several days. Mrs. A. Stoup, has returned o her home in Kalamazoo arter a visit with friends in this city. Mrs. Francisco is here from Illinois for a few davs with her daughter, Mrs: Mis LlDdqulst. Winona has been selected as the place where the next G. A. R. state encampment will be held. Rev. Warren E. Sbirey, of South Bend, has accpted a call to the nammond Presbyterian church. M.S. John...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 13 August 1903

OU III DRW m Four of Thenrr Lose Their Lives Througti thq Treachery of Gasoline, PLUS TEE MISTAKE OF SOUEIODY Sodden Flash of Fire Drive Item Overboard and They Goto the Bottom. Rockland, Me., Aug. 10. Four young men of this city lost their lives by the sinking of a gasoline launch off Ash Point, eight miles from here. 1vo'of the party were saved. The dead are: Henry K. Crocker, son of Superintendent athan W. Crocker, of the Köckland and Camden Water company, and . a graduate of the University of Majne; , Frank F. Veazie, son of Mrs. Edward Veazie. of this city, and a student of XU9 university or Maine; ltaymooa u. Ball, wn of Captain Hudson Hall; Charles W. Holmes, son of Captain John IL Holmes, and a traveling salesman. Their ages ranged from 19 to 23. Oliver F. Hüls and Thomas Hodges were saved. , Treacher as Qmollne th Canto. . ; The party started out in the launch for Pleasant Beach. When off Ash Point at 9:40 p. m. the launch became entangled in a fish weir. An attempt was mad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 20 August 1903

We Give Trading Stamp? for the Full (Amount of All Subscriptions to Tl)e Tribune. HI) LYMOUTH TRIBUNE feb03 L - Recorder's OSce VOLUME II PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1908. NO- 4(5 VETS vJATCH A MARCH First of the Parades of the Grand Army Meet Comes Off at 'Frisco. OLD SOLDIERS ABE LOOKEES-CN TbelrTnrn Come Today, WbenTbey Tramp to the Mnilo of the Union. . . San Francisco, Aug. 19. Seldom lias a finer parade been witnessed in San Francisco than that which did honor to the Grand Army of the Republic. The veterans were not In line, their procession being frheduied for today, but many allied organizations participated, chief among these being the tiaval reserve, the veterans of the CZSZKXJj THOMAS J. 8TEWABT. Srnish-American war and the National Gnard of California. The regular .army was well represented. . The or"der of Red Men, which was largely represented, added a picturesque feature to the display. The German societies of the city, including amateur athletes and child...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 20 August 1903

Zbe Tribune. EUbliäbfcd October 10, 1&01. Only Republican Newspaper In the County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OF ICE BIsseli Bulldlnsr, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year, In a5- Tance, 11.50; fell Months. 7a cents; Three Months, 4U cents, delivered at any postoffloe ADVERTISING RATES made known on application. Entered at the poU)fllce at Plymouth, Indiana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., August 20, 1903. Dun's review of tradesavs the out look is promising, railway earnings arc increasing abd preparations for Tali business display much vigor. The Elkhart Review has entered upon its thirty-second year of success ful journalism. It Is one of the oldest and best daily papers north of Indianapolis. Each governor of tbe forty-five states ' should put himself on record against lynchings or any other form of mob anarchy. Free government and monocracy can not exist together. The reign of mobs is death to re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 20 August 1903

ESCAPES UDDER FIRE Canadian Patrol Petrel Fires Shotted Guns at the Fishing Boat Silver Spray. OAPT. OHATJ MAKES A DARING BUN His Boat Perforated by a Score of Projectiles. Only One Man Hit Captain Get Over the International Bound arj Jost In Time. Erle, Ia., Aus. 13. The Silver Spray, a fishing boat owned here, came Into port In a "badly shattered condition due to an encounter in mid-lake about noon with the Canadian revenue cutter Tetrel. The Canadian authorities have had trouble for years with United States fishermen who were poaching on their side of the lake, and the Petrel is kept constantly on the lookout for them. About noon she came upon the Silver Spray on the Canadian 6ide of the lake, and at once ordered Captain Chris Chau to stop. The Petrel is a strong steel craft, and it is said attempted to ram the United States boat before she could comply with the former's rder. Captain Chau, remembering the fate of severa! other boats from this side which liad been captured and co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 20 August 1903

, Übe TEribune. Established October 10, 1901. Oalj Republican Newspaper In the County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFFICE Blsseil Bulldln. Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION KATES One Year. In adrance, 11.50; Sli Months. 75 cents; Three Months, 40 cents, delivered at any postofflc-e ADVERTISING KATES made known on application. Entered at the postofflce at Plymouth, Indiana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., August 20, 1903. The editors of Indiana are to be tendered a pleasure trip through Canada next year, as the guests of the Dominion government, the visit to include the principal cities and resorts. The records show that we have bad 20,000,000 Immigrants since 1820, and still we have room for ail the decent oaes that want to come over here where a man can make an honest living. . When Russia begins making urgent and categorial representations" to the sublime porte it is time for the commander of the faithful to get his shootin...

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