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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 10 September 1903

We Give Trading Stamps for the flrnount of All Subscriptions to Tr)e Tribune. TUT VOLUME II PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1908. NO. 49 Recorder 'fl pffi ce feb03 Mil L DT E SC I S Situation at Beirut Grows Serious and a Fatal Riot Is rrecipitaxea. 2JATT7E GHBISTIAHS AUD HOSLEUS Indulge in a Fight and the Turkish Troopj Intervene. Cotton lleports Several Casualties, Some of Which Are Fatal De- " tails of the Attack, on Mageissen. Washington, Sept. 9. The navy department has received the fellowlug cablegram from Rear Admiral Cotton dated Beirut, Sept 7: "Violence and bloodshed between Mohammedana and .native Christians occurred at Beirut Sunday. Six (ireek Christians, two Jdohammedans and one Turkish soldier were killed; three Greek Christians, three Mohammedans and three Turkish .soldiers were wounded seriously. Other murders are reported. A flag lieutenant and the United States consul were present Sunday and Monday in the disturbed quarter, and verify the details of thi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 10 September 1903

XCbe tribune. Established October 10. 1901. Only Republican Newspaper la the Co Q sty. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFMCE-Blssell Building, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year, in adranee, tlJO; Six Months, 75 cents; Three Ionths, 4U cents, delivered at any postofflce ADVERTISING RATES made known on application. Entered at the postofflce at Plymouth, Indiana, aa second-class mail matter. . Plymouth. Ind., September 10, 1903. The Indianapolis Sentinel says that each bride who demands that the word obey" shall be stricken from the marriage ceremony is proving the truth ot the oil adage that a woman can't take a joke. Admiral Dewey holds that our naal strength is deficient compared to that of other nations, and that popular views are misleading. lie urges that a crusade be made for'strengthening the fleet. H. S. and G. W. Loring have pur chaser! the Hamlet Times and will continue Its publication. Hamlet is a growing town, in the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 10 September 1903

CUP IS SPIKED DOWN E E fSA REIGfl OF TERROR a I A 9 AJ 1 r n rr D f I IIITELLIGEIICE III LEGS KODOL cMns&s Purifies, strengthen ana sweetens me siomscn. KODOL dlgestj vhat you ett 0 MOO VS MITCHELL i ;J i 1 A - s - V 1 1 31 - :v -a : I V f ; i '. i : ; - - iVv " Final Race for the America's Trophy Is the Expected Happening Again. CHA1IKOOK IS LT1 EBALL r HO WEEK! .For Sbe I Iot In the Fog at tfc End Spectacular Finish of the Retlance. New York, Sept 4. The Kellauce the America's cup defender, has won the third and final race and the series for that famous sea trophy. In a dense fog which prevented Yislon b' yend 200 yard ahe finished th race at 5 .30 .02 amid the acclamations of the assembled fleet Shamrock III., after, running for more than an hour In the fog, missed th finish line, passed by It and returned to it from the opposite direction. This victory means that the cup is destined to remain in the Uiiited States until England is able to produce a genius equal to He...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 10 September 1903

Zbc tribune. Established October 10, 1301. Only Republican Newspaper la th County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OF ICE Bissell Build tu. Corner LaPorte aod Cecter Streets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year, In adance. 11.50; Six Months. 75 cents; Three Month?, 40 cents, delivered at any postofflce ADVERTISING RATES made known on application. - Entered at the postofflce at Plymouth, Indiana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., September 10, 1903. Senator Arthur Pue Gorman's fin Jsü as a president is in sight. - Mr. Croker, from his British castle, is credited with saying that the Maryland statesman ought to be nominated by the democrats. Congressman Charles B. Landis declares in an interview that be is hot a candidate for governor, 'but will ask the republicans of the Ninth Indiana district to return him to congress. He likes Washington and would prefer to be there. Germany assents, but other powers object, to a proposal of Russia and Austria that coe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 10 September 1903

3E FOR FRUIT CAN GO uch's Oash hardware Leader in XLbc .TCtfbune HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Adrertlsements to appear in THE TKIB DNE mcit be in before Tuesday noon to lnare tnelr appearance in the issue of that week. Plymouth. Ind.. September 10. 1903. i ft LOCAL NEWS ft I Miss Myrtle White has relumed from Chicago. John D. Thomas, of Bourbon, was in town Monday. Senator Parks Tisited his farm at Bourbon Monday. Richard F. See went to Peru Monday to Tisit relatives. D. C. Smith is attending the Rochester fair this week. Miss Bertha Snyder, of South Bend, Tisited in this city over Sunday. B. F. Taylor, of Argos, transacted business in South Bend Monday. Mrs. I. Hagenbush, of Argos, is visiting in South Bend this week. Mrs. Martha J. Kelley is visiting her son. Win Morrill at Rochester. John Birkhold, Ben Bergman and Franz Iluba were Peru visitors Monday. Chicago laundry prices have gone up while the high collars keep coming down. . I. M. Mattingly, Sidney Beckerand Roll...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 10 September 1903

SAYS CLARKE WILLDO AST E T G OIL BULGARIANS ACCUSED llil fit TO VICKSBURG G Dry an Announces Indorsement of One of the Ohio Democratic Candidates. ALL RIGHT ON H03T UATTER3 From a Bryan Standpoint, but Doesn't Understand Finances Penn ylvanla Democrats. Columbus, (X, Svpt 3. W. J. Bryan was the guest of the Ohio state board of agriculture, and delivered a coo-partisan address at the state fair grounds. John H. Clarke, of Cleveland, Indorsed by the Democratic itate convention for United States senator, spoke from the same platform. Bryan left late In the afternoon for Marion, O., where he addressed 'a Democratic meeting at night. While in Columbus, Bryan gave out the following statement relative to the indorsement of John II. Clarke for United States senator: Clark Not DU Pint Choice. "I would have preferred the nomination of some one who had been-active and earnest in the support of all the planks of our platform, but the delegates who indorsed the Kansas City platform also indorsed...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 10 September 1903

St. V (Grasolme 7 Now is the time to buy Gasoline Stoves. In order to make room for heating stoves we will sell: 20.00 Stoves !or $17.25 23.00 Stoves lor $I9.J0 $22.00 Stoves tor $10-55 $20.00 Stoves tor $21.25 $33.00 StOVCS lor $23.35 . HSTLEY KND HESS 5 Leader In Good Goods and Low Prices. Zhc Zxibune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisement to appear In THE TRIB U5E mx.4t be lo before Tuesday noon to Insure their appearance In the Issue of that week. Plymouth. Ind.. September 10, 1903. & LOCAL NEWS This country now has a population of over 84,000,000. Miss Mamie Hoham was a South Bend visitor Wednesday. The Grossman bridge was opened lor travel last Wednesday. Mrs. Ed Zumbaugh and children are visiting relatives in South Bend. The Fulton county fair opens Sep tember 9th and closes September 12. Mrs. H. M. Hartman went to Inwood Thursday to visit until Sunday. Mrs. W. C. Fink, of Lapaz, went to Etna Green to visit Dr. Dunfee Thurs day. Adam Llchtenberger...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 10 September 1903

CASE OF LYIICUII Threats by United States Citizens of a Rescue if He Is Extradited. IEISH P0LITI03 SEEU8 INVOLVE!! Parry Doesn't Wear a Steel Shirt Remarkable Weeding at a Graveside Notes. Indianapolis, Sept. 8. The trial of James Lynchebann, the Irish fugitive from Justice, who wasarrested heretwo weeks ago under the English authorWalsh and whom the English author itles are trying to extradite, is arousing much interest A fund of $5,000 has been subscribed by the Irish of the state for the defense, but many well known lawyers have volunteered their services, and the money will be used la prosecuting an appeal to the United States supreme court should the commissioner decide against the accused. Lynchchaun Is said to have attacked a Mrs: McDonald, from whom he rented land, when she tried to evict him. He was sentenced to prison for life. After 6ervingseveral years he escaped and came to this country, finally coming here, where his wife Joined him. Opn Threat! of a lies tu a. Open th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 17 September 1903

We. Give Trading Stamps for the Full Amount of All Subscriptions to Tf)e Tribune. PLYMOUTH TRI BUNE VOLUME n - in r-er Vc "-r- - -ft'.-? PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THUKSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1905. NO. 50 FREE TRADE IN BRlTAffl Balfour Issues a Statement on His Position on That Burning Question. BIVE3 JOHN BULL THE BAG TO HOLD WlCb Nothing to Pay fo" nil Trouble, According to the Premier' View of the Case. London, Sept 1C Premier Balfour has issued the advance sheets of a pamphlet on the subject of "Insular free trade in which he presents at length arguments In favor of a change In Great Britain's fiscal policy. In introducing the pamphlet Falfour says his purpose in taming it is that it would be Impossible to put all the Important points of this question within the limits of a single speech, and therefore he says the pamphlet may be a fitting preliminary to the speech which he will shortly make.. This undoubtedly refers to the speech Balfour will make at Sheflield Oct. 1. Views the Subject as ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 17 September 1903

XLbe TXtibime. Established October 10, 1J01 Only Republican Newspaper In the County: HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OF ICE Blssell Building, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. 'Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year, in adTance. fl.30; Six Months. 75 cents; Three Menth, 40 cents, delivered at any post office ADVERTISING RATES made known on application. Entered at the postoffice at Plymouth, Indiana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., September 17, 1903. Tbe cotton plant tlrst came to America from Asiat now tbe greater part of tbe Central Asian crop is grown from American cotton seed. The appearance of Admiral Cotton in the streets of Beirut and of his ships in the offing has raised the standing of tbe American consul in the Sjrian city. The Tislble expression of power has an impressive effect upon ignorant people. - The export trade from Alaska for four months ended October 31, 1902, exceeded $20,000,000 and was equal to that form Hawaii for ten months, en...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 17 September 1903

1 1011 tabor Fight in Colorado Develops New and Sensational Features. UHIOff 13 PUSHING 'THE- WAR Arrest for Citizen Alliance Men Slotatlon at Cripple Creek Umpire Wright's freciaion. Georgetown, Colo., Sept 10. On tbe charge of conspiracy to commit riot James C. Craig and Fred J. Zell, both of Denver, respectively' president and secretary of the Citizens. Alliance, of . "which the Idaho Springs Alliance is a V - M A .1 utauvu, V lit utr ail m icu axu tsvuuv over to the regular term of the district court In December. This sensational development in the Sun and Mood case was brought out when Information against members of the Citizens Alliance of Idaho Springs was filed before Judge Owers in the district court. There are five counts in the information, and to each of these seventy-eight defendants must answer. The couuts are conspiracy to commit riot, conspiracy falsely to imprison, false imprisonment, riot and unlawful asßembly. Miners Union Also A ceased. Instructions to issue capi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 17 September 1903

Übe tribune. Established Oetober 10, lOCt. Only Republican Newspaper In th Couitj. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFrICE-BIssell Building, Corner LaPorte and Center Strtets. Telephone Ho. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year. In adrance, 11.50; SU Aionths. 75 cents; Thrse Months 40 cents, delivered ata'jj postoffice ADVERTISING RATES made known on application. , Entered at the postoffice a-. Plymouth, Indiana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., September J7. 1903. Crops Ja many western states, are reported ruined by rain, frost and snow, and tbe losses already are figured in the millions. - ' William O'Brien, chairman of the täte democratic committee, -scorns the idea that trere is any Cleveland sentiment in Indiana. Charl3S Joseph Bonaparte of Baltimore has accepted the invitation of Secretary Hitchcock to undertake the investigation of Indian Territory affairs. - Mr; Ilorace P. Dehart, editor of the Lafayette Call, has been appointed private secretary to Melville W....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 17 September 1903

If AND COOK STO AT Buck's Cash Loader in (i Zbe ZCribime. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear In THE TKIB D?E meat be In before Tuesday noon to Inture tnelr appearance in the Issue of that week. Piymouth, Ind., September 17. 1903. : & LOCAL NEWS & Rev. II. A. Spitler ot Warsaw .-was in town Monday. Farmers, generally, are about done plowing for wheat. W. II. Bollman transacted business at Rochester Monday. - - Mrs. Harry Beagles Is visiting at Etna Green this week. Personals are scarce because nobody wants to leave town this week. Mrs. Mabel and Flossie Roucb, of near Lapaz, went to Warsaw today to visit relatives. The Windsor hotel is again occupied. Mr. Hudsua will run It as a boarding house. Mr. and Mrs. George Keefer, residing near Bremen, are attending the state fair this veek. Misses Edith Wyland and Savilia Lish arrived fromGrovertown Monday to remain in Plymouth indefinitely. Mrs. McNeeloy returned co Tiusa Monday, after ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 17 September 1903

FROM CRIPPLE CREEK Clash of Authority Out There Between the Military and Civil Power. AEEE3T OF A LEADER OP LABOR U the Point or Difficulty Witness Disappears No Sign of In dustrlal Peace. Colorado Springs,. Colo., Sept. 11. . It is announced from Cripple Creek that a clash between the civil and military authorities In the camp is looked Xor. President C. E. Kennison, of one of the district unions, had trouble with a non-union miner and was struck, lie drew a gun, but was disarmed before he could use it. Later he was -arrested by the civil authorities, and the military has now surrounded the Teller county jail with the reported Intention of taking charge of the prisoner. 8mj n Was Brutally Assaulted. Kennison was arrested and placed In jail on a charge of carrying a concealed weapon. He said: "I am guilty (of the offense charged. I carried a weapon for the sole purpose of defending my life. The guards at the fcl Paso mine said they would stretch me up to an electric light pole. I wa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 17 September 1903

' : : ' - . -1 - : : : " : : i : " '. T ' " i ' n (Oiasoiine Now is the time to buy g to make room for heutin C. $20.00 Stoves for $23.00 Stoves tor. 22.ÜO dioves lor 9fl.00 Stoves lor $33.00 Stoves lor. HSTLEY HNO HESS' Leader In Good Goods and Low Prices. j TLbe tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. ' j Advertisements to appear In THE TKIB f I UhE meat be In before Tuesday noon to lniure tnetr appearance In the luue of that week. ' H Plymouth; Ind.. SpUmber 17. 1903. LOCAL NEWS & f Mrs. J. E. Marshalt was visiting at Bourbon Thursday. Miss Grace Kitcb, of Bourbon, is visiting relatives in this city and vicinity. Mrs. C. M. Bishop, of Ada, Ohio, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Harriet linger In this city. William Waldorf Astor has subscribed $100,000 to aid the reseach for a cure for cancer. Edward Zechiel, ot Culver, has gone to Tiffin, Ohio, to attend school at Eeidleberg University. Mrs. Jennie Erwin, of Bourbon, who is being treated at Chicago, is re ported...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 17 September 1903

CM'SPET SCHEME Said to Yearn for War with tho United States of Coi lombia. ORDERS TE00P3 10 THE FBONTLEB Continues to Kick at the Arbitrators Colombian Isthmian Canal Proposition. a Willemstad, Island of Curarao, Sept. 14. From every section of Venezuela troops were sent last week In the direction of the Colombian frontier, Maracalbo-Mauser rifles, artillery and ammunition iu great quantity have been stored at Maracalbo. and several new bridges have been built near San Cristobal, near the frontier of Colombia, to allow of the rapid concentration of troops. President Castro has asked the president of each state in Venezuela to send two battalions within two weeks. Castro's pet idea, It is said, is a war with Colombia. Two TUwiottha Kormtnt. A leading Venezuelan citizen who Is now here, in an interview regarding these military movements in Venezuela, said he believed they were only precautionary measures regarding Colombia, which, now "the country is free from revolution, has reinforc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 24 September 1903

"'W .-.v.' We Give Tradiog Stamps for the Full Amount of All Subscriptions to Tt)e Tribune. n VOLUME n PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24,. 1908. NO. 5 1 PLYMO 1 r I 1 I : Pi V. I 4 ii I i 4 1 t . S . V - it -11 i V V. .: 1 ?; . - !' -'t i ; i f - ; I TIE-UP ISIti PROSPECT For the Great Northern Railway If Its Managers Don't Look Out. HFU ARE FT AN UGLY HOOD But There Are Hopes for Peace Lake Vessel Owners Resolve Labor Happenings. St Paul, Sept. 23. A mevllng between Grand Master Hannaban, of the Brotherhood of Firemen, and Grand Chief J. J. Stone, of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, and the officials of the Great Northern railroad was held to take up the matters In dispute between the engineers and firemen of that road and its officials, which had suddenly come to a standStill. Meetings between a committee of the men and the general superintendent Slade, and General Manager Ward Lad been in progress for several weeks, and a number of concessions were made to the men...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 24 September 1903

Zbe ZEtibitne. - Established October 10, 1901. Only Republican Newspaper In th Couatj. HENDRICKS & CO., Fublisiiess. OF ICE Blssell Building, Corner LaPorte and Center Strteu. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION BATES One Year, in adTDce. 11.50; Six fttonth?. 75 cents; Three Month., 40 cents, delivered at any post office ADVERTISING RATES made known on application. - Entered at the postofflce at Pljmcutb, Indiana, as second -class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., September 24, 1903. A big counterfeiting plant has been discovered within the walls of the Pennsylvania penitentiary. Now, that looks like real enterprise. Hugh J. Grant is suggested as Tarn many 's candidate for mayor, in view of the opposition of Kings county to the nomination of Congressman McClellan. The thirty-day poll shows that Indianapolis will have three mayors the day after election. The political managers of each of the three candidates has figures to prove it. Already $16,000,000 has accumulated under the pro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 24 September 1903

T SEA in A WILD WIDD Prosident and Mrs. Roosevelt Have a Rough Time While on the Sylph. fJEATHES IS STEEUUOUS ENOUGH Even to Salt the Chief Magistrat Wreck Is Seen from the Deck of the Yacht. New York, Sept. 17. President Roosevelt la resting quietly after a day of strenuous and varied xperlences. While en ro ate from Oyster liay to New ork on the naval yacht Sylph te passed through a terrif yrng vrbC and rain, etcrm, during wiilch the vessel was In imminent dansvr. Subsequently he vUlted the immigration station on Ellla island, w York boy, and made a thorough Inspection of the Institution. After dining on the Sylph lie went on the revenue tug Chamberlain to Jersey City, when he boarded a special train on the Pennsylvania railroad en route to the battlefield of Antietam. There today will occur the ceremonies incident to the ded'ation of the monument erected to the memory of New Jersey soldiers who fell In the civil war. Sylph Raas Into m Storm. Shortly after 10 a. m., nearly an horr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 24 September 1903

Sbe TSribune. ; .E-Ubllsbed October 10, 1901. . Only Republican Newspaper In th Couatj. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OF ICE Blssell Building Corner LPorte ana center streets. Telephone ro. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year. In ad ance, II JO; Six Months. 75 cents; Three Months, 40 cents, dellrered at any postoQce ADVERTISING RATES made known on ap plication. Catered at the postofflce at PI; mouth, Indi ana, as second-class man matter. Plymouth, Ind., September 24, 1903. Tbj Alaskan boundary question is to occupy the attention of the commissioners for a month to come. Evi dently there is much to be said on both sides. It costs each citizen $1.75 per year to maintain the pension lists. But it cost the pensioners a good deal more than this to. maintain the country when It was In danger. Anderson Bulletin. This has been a remarkable season with a crisis In Wall street, which did cot hurt anybody, and a killing frost In the West that left the crops standing. It is impossible to...

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