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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 19 December 1901

1 YMQÜ WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19. 1901. NO- U TRIBUNE, 54 I 1 i 1: 1 - 3 t -' 4 4 - 7 - 4 vi MYSTERIOUS Suicide Follows Closely Upon a Horrible Murder blocxl-OirUliiv) Discovery of a Small Bon TWracled by Tapping on Window-Pane-Indications That a Quarrel Pttx ut Pension Ncneij Led to Murderous" Attack and Remorse Required in Self-destruction.-Upper Sandusky, Ohio, Dec. 13 Yesterday noon at Carey, when a small boy was returning from school, he beard some one tapping on the window at the home of Mrs. Valentine Wisebaker, an aged woman. Going to the window and looking in, he saw Mrs. Wisebaker lying in a pool of blood. The little fellow started screaming down the street and succeeded in attracting the attention of a number of neighbors, who went to the Wisebaker home and entered the house. The woman was found on the floor unconscious. Beside her was a stove poker covered with blood. The surroundings indicated that a tierce struggle had occurred. ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 19 December 1901

TURN ON THE LIGHT. The judgment of the fighters is with Schley; those who are against him are the absentees and non-partl- HENDR1CKS & CO., Publishers. cipants. The people are with the TLbc TTnbune. Established October 10, 1901. ft B. OCUESBES, EditOP. Telepnone No. 127. men who did Schley totally destroyed ttiö Spanish fleet. e was arter and he did it in the ödetest and most effective mantier. That is the thing that will never h forgotten bv the people. If his the work. Dewey's ' necktie was not quite straight or his rccirF n Kiti Block. Comer Center and w a a Laporte Street. iLVERTISIN'i RATI 8 will be madknc on application. tntertd tte Pustoffice t Pl3 mouth. Ind. second class matter. HS minority report is a complete vindica tion of the hero of Santiago and tne findings of the majority of the board of inquiry will meet with the con tempt they deserve. The case is now up to congress and the point at issue is not so much the question of Schley's honor as it is the matte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 19 December 1901

JUDGAVENT Report of Board of Inquiry in Case of Admiral Schley rcrmol findings Condemn Schley But Brave Dewey In a NUority Report Gives Glorious Vindication In Which the People Will Concur. Washington, D. (X, J3ec. 14 The majority judgment of the court of inquiry in the case of Rear Admiral Schley given yesterday comprises the opinions of Rear Admirals Benham and Ramsay. Admiral Dewey, the president of the court, signs the report, but he takes exceptions to maDy material features, and these are contained in a personal minority report. The majority report follows: . . MAJORITY REPORT JUDGMENT OF BENHAM AND RAMSAY. Commodore Schley, in com mand of the flying squadron, should have proceeded with utmost dispatch ofTCienfuegos, and should have maintained a close blockade of that port. He should have endeavored, on May 23, at Cienfuegos, to obtain information regarding the Spanish squadfon by communicating with the insurgents at the place designated in the mem orandum delivered to him at ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 19 December 1901

be "Snbune. Established October 10, 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. f B. OGUBSBE'J, Bc::ol. feieptioue No. S27. OFFICE in Bissell Block. Corner Center and Laporte Street. 1LVEBTISING RATES will be md knewon plicntion. " Entered the roMoff.ce at Plj month. Ird., as secord class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year in Advance J1.50 Six iMonths 75 cents; .Three Months 40 cents, delivered at any postoff.ee. Plymouth, Ind., December 19. 1901. The chief ground of objection to the isthmian canal project in congress seems to be the fear that Americans will make some money in constructing it. The foolish notion is consistently democratic. The Garrett "ews, launched something less than a year ago to displace the eld newspapers of that town and revolutionize the business, suspended publication last week. Its promoters are wiser and poorer. English ship owners think the passage of the American ship subsidy bill would mean a loss of $100,000,000 to t'ierc. Uut England's loss is America'...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 19 December 1901

5fc äff ä& äff äff äff äff äff CHRISTMA PRESENT $ i--äff : : For Christmas Gifts äff äff äff äff äff äff Buck's H A New Line that äff äff äff äff äff Buck's Cash Hardware LEADER IN LOW PRICES TEbe Tribune, HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear In TUE TKIBUNE must be In before Tuesday noon to Insure tnelr appearance In the Issue of ti at weelr. Plymouth, lad.. December 19, 1901. LOCAL NEWS George Miller jr., is on the sick list. Lottie Love is sick with malarial fever. ' ', Lost in New York, opera house to- ' night. j Lost in New York, opera house tonight. I Lost in New York, opera house to- : night. Frank Hendricks was here to spend Sundav. Harry Hall has gone to Argos on business. Wilford Aston went to Bremen on business Monday. Harley Logan spent Monday at Lapaz on business. George Megans living northwest of here is ery sick. Mr. Eddie Canan went to Walkerton for a few days. Mrs. John'Blam has gone to Mishawaka for a few days. - -- Miss Nora...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 19 December 1901

? fi fi A A1 4 1 e crrcatcst This year we will combine our RED LETTER SALE with our 25th ANNIVERSARY SALE, making the two combined th sale e?er held in Plymouth. It will pay people for miles around to attend this greatest of all sales. We expect to clean up everything in our mammoth stock at prices heretofore not heard ot. We never again will be able to give the people of Marshall County a Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Sale, and therefore want this one to be befitting the occasion, and will spare noeffort to sell goods at prices that will fill our store with bargain seeking people for the rest of the year. All prices made before will he kept up, and many new and attractive ones added for this RED LETTER-25th ANNIVERSARY SALE. Shopping Made Easy WITH OUR STOCK TO SCLECT FROM A Special Rug Offering Witten Velvet Hugs, full mtst with fringe on ends, VDrih anywhere 2.00, each 51.49 Scarfing Reduced Fincy Dresserand Sideboard Scarfing, formerly 25c per yard, reduced to . 5G Remnants Ritnnants...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 19 December 1901

Übe TEribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers, Advertisements to appear 1 THE TRIBUNE must be In before Tveda y nooa to Insure tnelr appearaoe in te Issue of that "week. Plymouth, ld.t Oectmber 19, 1901. LOCAL NEWS Pure candies-at Ed.S.IIogarth & O. Robert ThGrnburg is on the sick list. A. B. Harris went to Culver Thursday. Miss Clara Easterday returned to Culver. Mrs. Walter White went to Culver to visit. Frank Janke went tojArgos Thursday on business. Mrs. Charles Eecknell went to Culver on a visit. Mrs. Lucy Green went to Scuth Bend on a visit. Miss Goldie Riggens has returned :from Rochester. Charles Schlarb is here from Dakota for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. Baitcer Sheets went to Culver on a visit. Miss Ermma Ulrich, who has been ill, is improving. Congress adjourned Monday lor the usual holiday recess. Mrs. Luther Cressner went to South Bend for the day, Thursday. Mrs. J. A. Gilmore went to Chi cago for a few days last week. Mrs. E. II. Dunham went to Sout...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 19 December 1901

j t ... 1 ".' 111 1 J " jjiTrcrTrv''-. I t ill Jm J I' r 9 J j, i r 3 ; If i t ! 1 l ! i i ; 3 35 Gift Umbrellas for Men and Women Special styles from $4.50 to 85.00. Popular Gift Umbrellas for $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00 and up to $5.00. Christmas Dress Goods Nothing is more acceptable than a nice Dress Pattern, r We have added some new styles specially for our holiday trade i.i the very best designs to be had. Popular prices o." these goods; Holiday Siik Bargains Silk? of all kinds will be used more than ever thexoming season, and a good dress length from our splendid Peau de Soie Silk will be sure to please any lady. Our best soft Peau de Soie Silk, $1.25 for this month only. Fancy. Waist Patterns for Gifts Fancy embroidered Prunella Flannels; new styles of Fancy " Corduroys, and pretty Silks each and every one the very latest, making most desirabk presents. Xmas Table Linens Fancy Towels We are showing some veryorctty goods in Table Cloths and Napkins to match. These are a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 December 1901

Recorders office VJfebOl ID LYMOUTH WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2. 1901. NO. 12 TRIBUNE SCHWAB ON TRUSTS Steel Magnate Says it is a Deadly Proposition. He Denounces Trusts, Praises the Later Form or Combination orvl 76vocates Publicity of Tlnanchl Standing and Management. Chicago, Dec. 23 In a speech before the bankers' club Cnarles M. Schwab, president of the United States Steel corporation, declared that "the trust is a dead business proposition, built on a trinity that would wreck anything the restriction of trade, the increase of prices and the throttling of competition.'' In distinction from the"trust," he declared that consolidation had for its guiding principles the reverse of this trinity that, ir stead of restriction it expanded trade by creating new avenues and reducing the prices of commodities produced. For particulars ho discussed the United States Steel corporation, pleading that it was with this consolidation that he was most familia...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 December 1901

Zbc föfbune. Established October 10, 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. R B. OGLiESBEB, Editor. Telepnone No. - . OFFICE in Bissell Block. Corner Center mni Laporte Street. 1DVEBTI9ING BATES will toe made kncwa on application. Entered the Postoffiee at Plymouth. Ird.. us seeocd class- matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Yfar In Advance Jt 50 Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, delivered at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., December 26, 1901. Croker said at "West Baden that the trusts are ruining this country. He ought to know; he has had no opportunity to forget the criminal enormities of the Tammany ice trust. R. C. Stephenson, of Rochester, was a Plymouth visitor Thursday. While here he announced his candidacy for republican district chairman to succeed Elmer E. Crocket, of South Bend. Mr. Stephenson is the law partner of George I). Holman and a very able and active worker in the party, whose labors in Fulton county have been productive of much good result. There is no bet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 December 1901

GOSSIP OF THE CABINET. Positive Declaration That Gage Will Soon Retire Other Chanages in Contemplation, to be Effected Shortly. Washington, D. C Dec. ?l Governor W. Murray Crane of Massachusetts, it is declared, is to be the successor of "Lyman J. Gage as secretary of the treasury. The rumor that Mr. Gage is to retire was confirmed today. No date has been fixed but in all likelihood it will be soon. This is the second change in President Roosevelt's cabinet and others are likely to follow soon. Secretary Long's resignation is practically in the hands of the President now because it was well understood at the time of the tragedy at Buffalo that the scrfitarv of the ncvv vvould j remain only until tho Schley controversy was disposed of. Secretary Hitchcock will also retire within a short time, it is understood, and his successor is likelv to be some one west of the Missouri River. All members of President McKinlev's cabinet naturally expectccTto i retire. jtThey Cremained with the new...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 December 1901

Established October 10, 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. ft. B. OGLiESBEH, BdltOP. Telepnone No. 27. OFFICE in Eissell Block. Corner Center ani Laporte Street. 1DV1TBTI8INO RATES nill be made knowa on application. Entered the Postoffice at Plymouth. Ind., as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year in Advance fi.50 Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, de Hverei at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., December 26, 1901. REPUBLICAN CALL Meetings for Regular Reorganization of the Party. Tue republicans will meet in their respective townships, precincts or wards on Friday or Saturday, ihe 10th or 11th days of January. 1902, at such times or places as the county committee may agree upon, for the purpose of transacting the following business: 1. For the election of one precinct committeemen for each voting precinct throughout the state. 2 For the election of delegates and alternate delegates to the district conventions, to be held on Wednesday, the 15th day of January a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 December 1901

c if? äff äff äff äff äff äff äff äff. äff äff äff äff äff GH EDS' PRES ImA ENT For Christmas Gifts don't fail to visit Buck's Store A New Line that will surprise you 3 Buck's Cash Hardware LEADER IN LOW PRICES TLbe XCribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear In THE TRIBUNE must be In before Tuesday noon to insuretheir appearance In the issue of that week. Plymouth. Ind., December 26, 1901. LOCAL NEWS George Bergman is on the sick list. Edgar Davis has gone to Lakeville. Claud Marth, went to Tjmr Saturday. Mrs. Cyrus Keiser went to Argos on a visit. Mrs. Anna Kizer went to rem for a few weeks' visit. II. B. Allen went to Bourbon on a four weeks' stay. Frank Crumlev went to Bourbon for the dav Mondav. m m Mrs. C. A. Byer went to Peru on a two weeks' visit. Miss Helen Kuhn went to Tiosa to spend the holiday?. Miss Lillie Snyder went to Culver Saturday on a visit. Miss Teeters went to Auburn to spend the holidays. Mrs. Wm. Field and daughter Mary have go...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 December 1901

NATIVES FLAYED Filipinos Have Little Conception of Rights as Citizens. General Chaffer Expresses His Opinion of Philippine Natives and Thinks no Effective Government Can be Established t n the Immoral and Uncnli.jhfencd Foundation There. Washington, D. C, Dec.20 "History affords no parallel of a whole people thus practically turning "war traitors :md in the genius of no other people was ever found such masterful powers of secrecy and dissimulation; but it is needless to say that no powerful state, was ever erected on such immoral and unenlightened foundations." This statement is made by General Chaffee, military governor of the Philippines, in a review of one of a number of court martial cases in the islands the records of which have been receivocl at the war department. The case which brought forth this comment from General Chaffee 'was one wherein seven natives were tried jointly on a charge of murder. The accused were soldiers in the insurgent army, and after defeat by the Americ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 December 1901

Übe tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements to appear In TflE TKIRUNE must be i" before Tuesday noon to Insure tnetr appearance In the issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., December 26, 1901. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. W. M. Harris went to Argos for the da v. Harry Knott will pass the holidays in this citv. Mrs. Myrtle Mcdbnirne went . to Culver to visit. Miss Jennie Glaze has gone to South Fe.id on a visit. Roy Turner is home with his parents for Christmas. Carl Kloepfer has returned home to spend the holidays. Congress will make Funston a brigadier general in the regular army. Mrs. P. J. Ball has returned from Ohio after a seven weeks' visit. Mis. W. B. Campbell, of South Bend, went to Tyner to visit friends. Miss Anna Matchett has returned to her home at Oberlin for the holidays. Walter Dickinson is home from "Wabash college to spend the holidays. Mrs. Bert Lowry returned to her home at Hibbard after visiting Han Vones. Mrs. Marv Currv, of Wolter, has mm' 7 gone to Mi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 26 December 1901

LGUBEPS QUEER TROUSERS. President Loubet has five Prince Albert coats two for summer, two for winter and one extra for grand occasions. This last one has been worn only three times 'at the opening of the exposition of 1000, at the reception of the king of Sweden and at the garden party in honor of the shah of Persia. This "gala" coat differs from the others in that it has heavy silk lining and lapis. M. Loubet invariably wears a piain, black satin tie not tied bv hand, but sewed together and attached with a clasp. M. Loubet used formerly to wear false cufTs, but one day while making a sudden gesture the right hand cult slipped olf and lolled on the iloor. This happened at the Luxembourg palace, when M. Loubet was president of tivj senate. Since then M. Loubrt's shirts have been mad? with permanently attached wristbands. M. Loubct's trousers are very peculiar. They are black or gray in color, but their cut is of the old fashioned pattern, with the top of the trousers coming up as hig...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 2 January 1902

I f YMOUTH Uucortlcrs office ITfcbOl Kl BUN 5 1 WEEKLY EDITION. At VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2. 1902. NO. 13 TnTLJT 5 A INTRIGUES American Business Men Hamper Diplomacy in Berlin. Thcu are Accused of Usina Secret influences to Peach German Government and nullify the Work of Our State Department. Berlin, Dec. 30 American diplomacy in Berlin, so far as it relates to commercial controversies, is hampered by the inter ference of the private interests concerned. The force of the representations of the state de partment has been continually impaired by American business men, acting independently of diplomatic channels. This is the rather startling purport of a communication made today by a person closely related to the foreign office, from whom something was sought more candid than the foreign offices carefully framed statements usually are. NaturUy, this person can only speak plainly for publication abroad. When speaking anonymously he f buries the essential under the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 2 January 1902

Zbe Tribüne. EsUbUsbed October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. R. B. OGliHSBHiS, Edit OF. Telephone No. 27, OVFICE In Bissel! Block. Corner Center " nJ Laporte Street. 1DVEBTI8ING RATES will be . xnd knows on application. Entered the Postoffice at Plymouth. Ind., 9 second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One TT ear In Advance $1.50 Six Months 75 cents; Tnree Months 40 cents.de livere J at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., January 2, 1902. We sincerely wish each of our readers a happy ana prosperous Xew Year so happy and so prosperous that they will hasten to settle for the paper. Maclay says that as to him "the incident is closed." Yes, and it closed vi th quite a snap,too; but it ought to ive closed on him like a steel trap aso, for the honor of the navy irtment. Che Christraas number of the Argos factor was in every way one of the tost creditable "pieces of newspaper work ever gotten out in iLSxounty. The local illustrations and historic!. articles are of great interes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 2 January 1902

GERMAN WARSHIPS. Vcnzuela Threatened and Interesting Tim Expected Corn Cuts a Figure in the Operations Now Beginning. Washington, D. C, Dec.2S The gathering of German warships in the vicinity of Vemuela, and the presence in the sani3 locality of many American, British French, and other foreign ATarships, is directing attention to the imminence of the naval demonstration German' is about to make against Venezuela. Thus far,, the government has not made known the exact details of her proposed move, the official communications to the United States being confined to an inquiry as to the attitude of this government on the question of a demonstration in view of the purpose on the part of Germany not to acquire any permanent foothold in Venezuela. The p.nswerof this government was entirely satisfactory to the German authorities, who since have proceeded with the execution of their plans for coercing V enezuela. It is said to be prob able that the first move by Germany will be the establish...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 2 January 1902

Zbc tribune. Established October 10. 1901, HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. H. B. OGliHSBHH, BditOV. Telepnone No. 27. OFFICE In Bissen BlocV. Corner Center and Laporte Street. IDVE3TI8IXG BATES will be md known on application. Enter id tbe Postoffice at Plymouth. Ind., as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advaitc$i .50 Six Months 75 cents; Thre Months 40 cents, de livercä at any postoffice. Plymonth, Ind., January 2. 1902. REPUBLICAN CALL Meetings for Regular Reorganization of the Party. Tne republicans will meet in their respective townships, precincts or wards on Friday cr Saturday, the 10th or 11th days of January. 1902, at such times or places as the county committee may agree upon, for the purpose of transacting the following business: 1. - For the election of one precinct committeemen for each voting precinct throughout the state. 2 For the election of delegates and alternate delegates to the district conventions, to be held on Wednesday, the 15th day of ...

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