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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 October 1903

We Give Trading Stamps for the pull Amount of All Subscriptions to Tfe Tribune. htSi rrr VOLUME III PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER .15, 1903. NO-2 f f-J PLYMO U DIG L " : III I SRID CULEDH JAPAI1 Yankees of the Orient Hoot at the Albged- Lapsing of the - Manchuria Treaty. BUT JAP AH PREP AHES FOB WAE Probabfllty of a Resort to Arms, How. ever, Is Discredited in High Places. Yokohama, Oct. 13. The announcement by M. Lessar, the Russian minister to China, that the Manch urlan convention between Russia and China as la peed Is received here with ridicule. Dispatches from Che-Foo report that a Russian warship and a transport vitb tOO troops left Tort Arthur VTCBOU18 II-, CZA.B Of BCS8TA. Oct. 4 for Corea. The Russian- forces at New Chwang are reported to have "been Increased. General Kodauia, the Japanese home minister, has been appointed chief assistant to the military staff. The premier and the ministers for war, navy and foreign affairs have had a simultaneous audience of the em...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 October 1903

ftbe tribune. Established October 10, 19C1. Only Republican Newspaper In the Coumty. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishebs. OFFICE Blssell Building. Corner IaPorte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION BATES One Year. In advance, tlJW; Sil Months, 75 cents; Three Months, 4ü cent, delivered at any postofflce ADVERTISING RATES made known on application. Entered at the postofflce at Plymouth, Indian i. as second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., October 15, 1903. The reason for the recent tumble in steel stocks appears in the cutting of the dividend jn the common stock to a 2 per cent basis. It appears that at its present price the stock is not particularly cheap for an industrial. Wall street bears declare that the cut in Steel dividends Indicates the period of prosperity is waning. New York bankers deny the argument, holding that while there is a lull in some Industries conditions do not point to a prolonged depression. Russia has notified China that she will not evac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 October 1903

TGWtlATOTALWRECK Three Persons Killed and Fourteen Injured, Two Fatally, by a Cyclone. BABY PX0T7H THBOUGH TUB AIB For Fifty Yards, but Only Slightly Bruised Heavy Destruction of Property Storm Havoo at Other Points. i t - . . - Emporia, Kan., Oct 8. Three persona killed outright, two fatally Injured, and fourUeD otheri more or less seriously hurt, with enormous proper ty damage, Is the net result of tornadoes that prevailed noar Hamilton, Greenwood county, and rear Aliceville, In Coffey county, Kan. The town cf AlioeTllle, which has 200 Inhabitants, was practicallydemollshed.YIies were prostrated. The list of casualties may yet-be incomplete. , Ut of Dead and Injured. Th dead are: Near Hamilton Edith Bailey, daughter of W. E. W. Bailey; Mr. Gillman, father of Mrs. John P.ailey; unknown man. The Injured: Near Hamilton TV. E.W. Bailey, two sons and two daughters one son, Ollie, fatally hurt; II. Heberlin, wife and child; E. S. Manis and wife. At Aliceville and vicinity William Bruce,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 October 1903

tlbe TTtibuhe. : Established October 10, 1901. Only Republican Newspaper ln.th Couaty. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFMCE Blssell Build iDjr, Comer LaPorte od Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year. In advance. 11.50; &Ij Months, 73 cents; Tbre Month?, 4U cents, delivered at any postofflce ADV5.KTISINQ RATES made known on application. Entered at the potoffice at Plymouth, Indiana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., October 15. 1903.: A CONTEMPTIBLE BULLD02ER - Such statements from a newspaper which pretends tu be republican in its politics and such tactics toward a man who is honorable are contemptible in t he extreme. The editor who uses his paper or permits It to he used for such purposes Is lacking in those courtesies which are supposed to govern good newspapers and displays a quality of smailness so diminutive that nothing sufficiently, insignificant can be discovered with which to compare it. South Btnd Tribune. The above...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 October 1903

Ess Place to Save fesy READ ANA PROFIT BV IT Best No. 2 Cold Blast Lanterns, 1 inf Wick.. -L. -.1 65c Best Standard Binder Twine, per lb-------- ----10c Best 6-in. Smooth Stove Pipe, per joint-'- -... 8c; Best Parlor Matches, perdoz. boxes, I0c; 3 doz. for 25c All kinds of Lantern Globes. --------- 5c' Best Loaded Shells,' black powder, per box... 40c Best Loaded Shells, smokeless powder, per box... 50c Every shell guaranteed or your money back. And everything in the hardware line sold at the very lowest possible prices. BUCK, The Cash Hardware Man Tiie Leader In Low Prices Ubc Utibune. HENDRICKS. & CO., Publishers. Adrertisements to appear In THE TKIB ONE xnest be in before Tuesday noon to In are toelr appearance in the issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., October 15, 1903, : & LOCAL NEWS I Isaac Dciblebiss is visiting in Souib Bend. Mr. and Mrs."" A. C. Roberts spent Sunday in Chicago. Tbcoiore Crescer transacted business at Per j Monday. George II. Thayer t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 October 1903

CIST C!l Having Deen Exonerated of Postoffice Boodlerv Ha Stens Out of Office. BAYS HE MUST HATE A EEST Report of Bonaparte and Conrad Criticises Heath and Tracewell, with Others. Washington, Oct 10. The post master general has accepted the resignation of G. It. C. Christlancy as assistant attorney In the office of the assistant attorney general for the postoffice department. Christiancy's lette of resignation, which was addressed to Postmaster General Payne, waa filed on the 14th of last July and Li 'till CnARLES J. BONAPARTE. as follows: "For reasons assigned In the communication addressed to yon under date of 'April 25, 1003, I request ed to be relieved from the duties lo the office of assistant attorney general for the postoffice department. Not in Condition to Work. "Unless investigation of my official acts has in your judgment developed anything reflecting upon my homisry or integrity I beg herewith to re spectfully tender my resignation as an official of the postoffice depart...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 October 1903

Dflot 13 last Airliiiit ftore OS The Only Perfect Heating Stove Ever Made. I : ,vA. Aäf FOR SRLB IN PLYMOUTH BY ÄSTLEY knd HESS Zbc TEribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Adrertlsements to appear In TBE TKIB DhE meat be In before Tuesday noon to insure tnelr appearance in the Issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., October 15. 1903. & LOCAL NEWS & Friday, October 16, is Arbor Day. Senator Parks spent Thursday at his farm adjoining Bourbon. Miss Anetta Williams, of Wisconsin, Is visiting friends In this city. Mrs. D. S. O'Brien, of Grovertown, transacted business here on Thürsday. Mrs. A. J. Bowell, of Argos, has gone to Toledo, Ohio, for a visit of a month. Mrs. Ilarvey Osborn, of Kendrick, Idaho, Is visiting relatives hi Union township. Mrs. M.-E. Sanner is visiting relatives in Bourbon and Tippecanoe townships. The Bremen fair had bad weather, but there was a good display in all departments. J. N. Hess of Dayton, Ohio, visited relatives and friends ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 15 October 1903

FIRST TRIAL IS U0WQI1 Of Those Alleged to Have Deen . Postal Officials for Revenue Only, as It Were. UTLLTTT1 AUD JORKS AHHAIQITED Indiana Men Accused of Doing a Ldttle Business "on the Sid6nfor Extra Pay. cw . Cincinnati, Oct. 14. The first trial tinder about two dozen Indictments against postoffice officials secured in different parts of the country by the government recently has been begun here. The defendants are Daniel Voorhees Miller, of Terre Haute, Ind., formerly assistant attorney general for the postoffice department at Washing ton, and bis friend, Joseph M. Johns, an attorney at Roekville, Ind. The government charged a conspiracy between these defendants for the purpose of obtaining money from John J. Ryan, a turf commissioner with offices In Cincinnati and St Louis, for protecting him from postoffice officials In the use of the mails fcr his schemes. Both Men Deny the Chargen. ; . Miller alleges absolute Ignorance of ;any transaction that may have occurred between Ryan a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 22 October 1903

We Give Trading Stamps for the pull Amount of All Subscriptions to Trje Tribune. T f 1 . - - ,. .. . . ) - VOLUME III PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1903. NO. 8 TT I MM 11 UlL ALVERSTOIIE'S VIEWS Why He Decided as He Did on ihe Vital Point in the Alaska Case. BRITISH CLAIM MADE TOO LATE Hot Thought of When the Treaty Was Mads with Russia. , Canadian Commissioners Refuse To Be Comforted - Even "What Tbey Got Is a "Rarren Ideality." London, -Ort. 21 The award in the .Alaskan boundar case has been duly engrossed and Vgned, the two Cana dian commissioners refusing to sign It They will, however, sign tLe maps which delimitates the line itself. Their feeling U intense on the subject. They feel that they have been toetrayedin the house of their friends. Lord AI verstone, whose - agreement LOUD JUSTICE AliTEBSTOKS. With the United States commission ers" brought about the decision that gives, without a cloud on the title, the whole Iittral of Iiritish Columbia .to the United States...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 22 October 1903

XLbe tribune. - Established October 10, 1901. Only Republican Newspaper In th County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OF ICE Bissen Building Corner LnPorte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year. In adranee, 11.50; Six Months. 75 cents; Three Months, 40 cents, delivered at any post office ADVERTISING RATES made known on application. Entered at the postofflce at Plymouth, Indiana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind.. October 22, 1903. STEPHENSON FOR-CHAIRMAN. The Winamac Republican of Thursday, says Rome C. Stephenson, of Rochester, will be a candidate for district chairman, and intimates that he will hare the solid support of Pulaski and Starke counties, as well as his own county. If Mr. Stephenson enters the race he will be a strong candidate and would , make a good chairman. He is a man of ability and would bring harmony instead of discord to the party in this district. Some such Republican should be chosen district chairman. There are s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 22 October 1903

SPICE III THE DEBATE Harmony of the Civic Federation Conference Has a Lapse for a Time. "LIE DIRE CT' IS JUST AVOIDED Union AdTocate Declares a Statement Made bj a Speaker Untrue" Snappy Remarks. Chicago, Oct 17. The speech of Henry C. Hunter, commissioner of the New York Metal Trades association, started trouble in the conference of the National Chic .Federation, now in session here. Hunter spoke on the "open shop" and declared that employers were hounded by labor unions until some of them had become bankruptla describing the alleged rejoicing of labor leaders over the downfall of the Mo.e Shipbuilding company. Hunter Riid: "The placing of this company under the control of a receiver was treated as a great victory by labor leaders. At a meeting of the Central Federated union George II. Warren, a machinist, whose demand for $3 a day as a minimum, was the last made, raid of the failure. 'We are glad of if The chairman at that gathering said it was cue of the noblest accomplishments o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 22 October 1903

ftbe Tribune. EstatllsLt-d October 10, lOul. Only Republican Newspaper in the County. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OP ICE Bissell Buildlnz, Corner LaPorte lod Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. - . SCB'iCRIPTION KATES One Year. In advance, 11.50; bis Months. 75 cents; Three Menth, 40 cents, dell vert d at any postofflce ADVERTISING KATES made known on application. Entered at the pcv.tt.fHce at Ply month, Indiana, ad second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., October 22, 1903.. THE DISTRICT CHAIRMANSHIP. Elmer Crokett, of the South Bend Tribune,' was in Indianapolis Monday night, and the Indianapolis Journal of Tuesday coutained the following: ' From Information that Süds its way tu the capital from the northern end of the state some Interesting light is thrown on the situation in the Thirteenth. It is learned thai Rome C. Stephenson, of Rochester, is regarded as the real Beyeridge candidate for the chairmanship, although it was at first understood that Frank W. Boss, of Pl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 22 October 1903

THE ONLY PLACE YOU CAN GET H EATER THE BEST AIR-TIGHT MADE ' ' : IS AT : Buck's Cash Hardware lit Leader in Low Prices IF : TLhe tlrtbune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Advertisements ta appear in TBETKIB ONE mut be io before Tuesday noon to Insure tnelr appearance In the Issue of that week. ""Plymouth, Ind., October 22, 1903. LOCAL NEWS & ' Ilenry Wenninger visited South Bend Monday. John R. Jones is transacting business In Onio this week. Richard M.Johnson, of South Bend, spent Sunday in Plymouth. Miss Fay Dunham, ef South Bend, spent Sunday iu Plymouth. Mrs. Emmons, of Argos, spent Sunday with relatives in this city. Mrs. C. Miller, who has been visiting here returned to Macy Monday. Miss Emma Montgomery has gone to South Beui for a visit of a week. Rollo B. Oglesbee. of Laporte, transacted business in Plymouth Mondaw E. P. Smith, of Warsaw, visited over Sunday with friends in Plymouth." . Circuit court convened Monday. The docket is somewhat larger than us...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 22 October 1903

SOR B F ILL R Accused Ex-Postal Official Confronted with His Own Admissions Before Witnesses. HIS 'WORDS WERE TAKER LOWU By a Concealed Stenographer While He Was Questioned by People at Washington. Cincinnati, Oct. 13. Stardlng room .was in demand in the United States district court room on the second day of the trial of filler and Johns for conspiracy and bribery in connection with the recently exposed postal frauds. Nine witnesses were examined and the government has four more to call The defense was not taken by surprise until the stenographic reports of the private secretaries of Fourth Assistant Postmaster General Bristow and of General Robb of Interviews with Miller were introduced as evidence. Testimony Broke the Monotony. The monotony of the trial was very much broken when Watson testified, lie said he was the private secretary to Fourth Assistant Postmaster General Iristow, and told of the letters passing between John J. Ryan and the department. Finally Assistant District A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 22 October 1903

fflot fest AMI The Only Perfect Heating Stove Ever Made. V- : "550 FOR SHLE IN ÄSTLEY XTbe Ttribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. AdTertlsements to appear in THE TKIB DNE mut be In before Tuesday noon to Insure tnelr appearance Id tbe Issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind., October 22, 1903. I CC AI WFUC a LOCAL NEWS 1 wo LvyvnL 1 11- If J -O Mrs. Lilljbridge is visitiug at Knox this week. Miss Cora Eley went to Tynerthis afternoon. S. W. Beeler, of Nappanee, was a Plymouth visitor today. A farmers' institute will be held at Argos November 18 and 19. r Rev. Mr. Crew., of In wood, was a Plymouth visitor Thursday. Miss Cora llarker has gone to Gosjien to work in the veneering factory. Miss Ruth Rhinebart stopped her2 on her way from Tort Wayne to LaPorte. Three hundred people went to Bourbon from Plymouth on the forenoon train today. G. P. Moorhead, of South Bend, visited Mr. R. C. Kloepfer Wednesday and Thursday. The -ourbon Isews-Mirror has a potato thai weighs a trifle less...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 22 October 1903

Ä'S FIRST BLUST At Wicke-i New York Is Blown in tha Face of a Very Large Audience, rOUBTEEH THOUSAND HEAR HIM ouuic vume umj 10 oee, anu Having Seen They Leave with a J'ltoast" Ä V-V - - . W . . Hiking After Them. New York, Oct. 10. Five thousand persons were turned away from Madison Square garden after all the seats la the buikling had been filled with a great crowd curious to fee John Alexander Do wie cn his first appearance before a New York audience. Fully 14,000 persons were In the parden at niV'tVri'i'iti JOHN ALEXANDER IX) "WIE. 2:30 p. ra., when the services began with the processional In which the Zion white-robed choir, to the number of 100, and the capped and gowned ordained officers of the Christian Catholic church in Zion tcok part. Dovrie .tsrrmN the Platform. The procession ascended to the platform, where; the choir tcok position behind the pulpit and the officers occupied the places at the sides. When these had taken thcir places Dr. Dowie as"c-nded the platform, acc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 29 October 1903

V ; V-J. . I TRIBÜNE -t TMS-PLYMOUflfil VOLUME III PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER NO. 4 V t i. i ' .. i 1 1 i ) t f i i i t f i -t j i j J DQVVIE IS HARD HIT Oy ths Publication of Letters Telling the Secret of His Birth. ms nrra bach in dspiauce And Telia the Story Himself of LUj , Heifer. BatrayaL Denounce tha Papers That Published tbe Facta and Utters a Unique and Dowiesque Benediction. - New York, Oct 27. In a broken rolce, with tears streaming down tils face and his body shaking with emotion, John Alexander Do wie stood on the platform in Madison Square Garden before en audience of 10,000 persons, and announced that in truth he was not the son of John Murray Dowle, of Essex, Ia.t from whom he takes his patronymic, but of a British army ofMKS. JNO. ALEXANDER DOWIE. fleer of high family by ft "Scotch mar riage." lie heaped denunciation upon John Murray Dowle, whom he de clared bad made bis mother believe her marriage to Dowle's father was shameful, and the army officer havin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 29 October 1903

EbeTEribune. Established October 10, 1001. Only Republican Newspaper In th Couaty. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OFHCE-Blssell Buildln?, Corner LaPorte and Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year, la k3Tanee. il.50; Six Months. 75 cents; Three Months 41 cents, delivered at any postofflce ADVERTISING RATES made known on application. Entered at the postofflce at Plymouth, Indiana, as second-ctass mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., October 29. 1903. EDITOR S. E. MORSS. The Indianapolis Journal the state organ of tbe republican party, says of Samuel E. Morss: that while the democratic party was at the high tide of its success in Indiana he guided the fortunes of its chief newspaper, and the large Influence thus given him was used as far as might be in the direction of purer politics and better government. Turning to his personal side. Mr. Morss was one of the most lovable men in Indianapolis. Cordial of manner and kindly of heart, he was well beloved by his em...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 29 October 1903

THREE MORE VICTIMS At Washington, and One at New York, of the Shake-Up in the Postoffice. OTHERS MAY YET BE LISTED Eat the End of the Boll of Dishonor Is in Sight Brtetows Report Is Completed and Contains a Few Surprises, One . oT Which Is Unpleasant for Payne. Washington, Oct. 22. rostmaster General Payne has removed from office Michael W. Louis, superintendent of supplies of the postoffice department; Louis Kcmpotr. chief of the registry division of the third assistant postmaster general's office, and C. B. Terry, a X clerk in he postofflce department, as.'! directed the postmaster at New BOBKBT J. WIK A. Yirrk to remove Otto Weis, a clerk. These removals a re the first result of Fourth Assistant rostmaster General Brist ow' report on the irregularities in the postoffice department. The postmaster general has made an official announcement of hi action as follows: C&fces of Lonl and Kerapner. "Micliael W. Louis has been removed from the office of superintendent of the d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune — 29 October 1903

TLb'e tribuneEstablished October 10, 1001. Only Republican Newapaper In th Couaty. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. OrrlCB Blssell Building, Corner L Porte acd Center Streets. Telephone No. 27. SUBSCRIPTION BATES One Year, in adTance, II JO; Six Months, 75 cents; Three Month?, 40 cents, dellrerrd at any poatofice- ADVERTISING RATES made known on application. Entered at tte potoffice at Plymouth, Indiana, as second-class mall matter. Plymouth, Ind., October 29, 1903. REPUBLICAN REORGANIZATION, Since F. W. Boss announced himself as a candidate for district chaiftnan, tbe Tribune has 'josbed'V him considerably because, while it does not credit him with a great deal of knowledge, it does believe, that be knows be has not eTen tbe ghost of a chance to obtain tbe position. The reD iblicans of tbe seven connties of this district are not going to place at tbe bead of tbeir organization a man who would bring discord instead of harmony into almost every county In the district, and a m...

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