Benton Harbor Evening News (Newspaper) - March 29, 1897, Benton Harbor, Michigan TONIGHT AND 1 M. SECOND MARCH 2!), 1897. HIS Bean Will Plank Between His Street Car Tracki in Benton HAS BEEN Condition of Our Struta Will Thereby Be Greatly Mason brought some good news over from St. Joseph He stated that the plank had been for plunking the railway in thin bit of late news bo as happily received as and the wretched condition of the will be greatly IN T. Hopkins and a Slater Expire at Nearly the Same 11:40 after a sickness of W. T. Hopkins died at home on Washington street in this Two hours und forty minutes before death sister at N. passed und three days ago Mrs. Hopkins Hopkins was an excellent citizen and had resided here since having moved hero during the war from Y. For u number of years he followed the draying business and was well-known and was 67- years old and leaves four brothers and one and three F. S. and Arthur and Miss Mac CHURCHES w evening Rev. M. S. rector of Italy an appropriate lenten on the fasting of Christ in the wilderness when the devil tempted him to make bread of the After that and other temptations the Christ went forth strengthened to do work which otherwise he could not have and the rector pointed out the personal application that strength came to the Christian now who reverently observed When the disciples were not able to out a devil they sent the so possessed to Christ and after he had accomplished what they had failed to do he told them that It was possible to cast out that kind by fasting ana R. J. Stephens beautifully played Lover of My on the violin for the the Methodist church contained an immense audience last The announcement that Mrs. Elizabeth of the concert would sing a solo was effectual no doubt in bringing many The solo was rendered while the offering was being lifted and the rich soprano voice was heard in the Unto Me. Rev. Frenoh delivered an instructive concluding with a feeling exhortation to the Tutton has a complete emergency grip to his fine the kindness of Congressman Hamilton the Y. M. C. A. library contains his congressional to which as well as all other volumes in the the public has revival meetings held last week In the boarding Miller and Second by the will be continued this beginning Monday frightened local paper stated Saturday that Charles Godfrey was going to Wasington to capture the Benton frey left Saturday night for Chicago will go from there to Fort Valley to look after his business Interests Mr. Godfrey said ho would not visit morning Dr. assisted by Drs John Bell and performed successfully an operation for adenoids upon the daughter of John Heck court and Britain The little has not through her nose for over a year and the the Trouble mt of our subscribers promised to bring us a gallon of new maple We don't name and arc still waiting for the for School prize of five dollars is offered for the best essay based upon Leigh Freaks for the The contest Is open to the pupils of the public the high school and Benton Harbor no essay to exceed 2,000 words In The prize will be awarded at a later adults 25 children and 15 Monday March 20 at 8 Board ot John Bell and F. A. Votey of this city and Dr. Hattie Schwendener of St. Joseph have been appointed members of the board of physicians for the Children's Home They are given the authority to appoint t fourth Muua of L. J. Vincent at Col oma was largely He was a member of poet G. A. R. of Coloma who acted as pall bearers He was also a mason and was buried with masonic There were 54 masons in H. L. C. L. F. H. Hart George W. C. K. Farmer of this city were present There was eighteen of his old Grand Army comrades present who served in same company with E. the old reliable shoe and umbrella will do you the best work in the city for the V. M. C. A. Sunday afternoon meeting of the Y. M. C. A. yesterday was more largely attended than any other meeting held for a Rev. J. P. who is holding a revival meeting at the Christian church was the of the Berrien Statesman That Captivated HIS EFFORT Democrats Wera Attracted and Listened to Mr. Washington correspondent of tbe Detroit Tribune new Michigan delegation In congress developed new orator Thursday during the course of the tariff Congressman K. L. of the Fourth made a speech which was one of the best of the day and one ol the few which drew to the orator the applause of house and galleries and the congratulations of fellow It was of course in favor of the but some of Mr. passages caused even the Democrats to listen with the thrill of interest that can only Meeting to Continue Thin Christian church on Broadway was taxed to its utmost capacity yesterday both morning and The church has been hampered in the meeting by lack of In the morning Mr. Lucas preached a special sermon to the members of the church in which he compared the diseases of the to those who are sick In the evening the speaker chose for his theme causes and its It was decided to have the meeting continue one week The question box is attracting much Last night many questions were read and Services every evening at 7:15 All are cordially HAVE Alvar Guards So Assured Adjutant General General Irish of the Michigan National Guards has written that upon the filing of a bond of 11000 the Alger Benton new military will be supplied with Mr. Irish writes further that no arms can be issued to that the state as scarcely enough to equip the National consisting of dress coat and which the says will be issued to the Alger Guards upon application to Quartermaster were once used by the Michigan National Guards and were drawn from the general government at Washington on the They were discarded when dress uniforms went out of general government has recommended the destruction of these uniforms as it is the object not to have the uniforms of the u. S. army worn by anyone not in the military but the state military officers thought it might help and encourage independent military an issue of this clothing was made to them upon their filing of a bond to account for it. The St. Joseph Mr. Irish has filed a bond of as a foundation of a for the dress coats and helmets and more of them left which the Alger Guards may procure upon BARGAIN by eloquence of a high The speech denounced and attempted to show that they do necessarily go hand in hand with ot the good times before and the hope of better times of the 28 projection when the country always had a As he closed this portion of argument Mr. Hamilton the output of our mills and you the hours of work and the dollars of pay of American The less made at home the less wages paid at the less wages paid at home the less wages spent at So the round from producer to con and through all the grades be When an international equilibrium can be when other nations come up to our not when we go down to when man In fact loves nie neighbor as when the bloody can be left out of the International then will be time enough open our ports to other and empty our treasury at their speaking of how our big tiou under protection lias developed and invented and led all the world in Mr Hamilton made one of his most telling the necessities of widen Ing inspire the dreams of in he thing aecom suggests another to be done or thus man has learned to ap ply the powers of mind and body brought to us the power of water and and by the mighty force obtained lias spanned civilized deserts otl the face of the map strung telephone and telegraph wire that sing In the winds of every latitude and joined continents bv These are the verities of the and the future no prophet can Who Your J. the furniture doubled his advertising space this He illustrates the kind of rocking chair be 1# selling for The department stores of Chicago touch this C. Sweet has bought 100 Read what be can do for W. Moore will conduct a sale on date of the spring opening of Shepard has been changed to April 1. Excelsior clothing company has something to say in regard to This company manufactures its own clothing and saves the buyer the OPEN Miller Asked toGo a Step March 27. To J J. candidate for Sir Your promise is good as far as it goes but will the city marshal to see that all saloons are kept closed at illegal hours and file affidavits against all who violate the closing the city marshal to tile a Hi davits against all saloon and room proprietors permit minors in their places of business at any the city marshal to at once close all gambling and disreputable houses in the for enforcement of Pure and winded spoonfuls are heaping LIKE St. Joseph Republican Candidates Are Joseph republicans aro They have felt a sense of uneasiness ever static Saturday night when the following selected their There are two candidates for aldermen for whose success the aldermen say they are not They are Charles nominated for the long term in the first ward and Samuel selected for alderman in the oppose these men the democrats have nominated Capt. Barnes iu the first ward and Frank Wilkinson in the The republicans have long anticipated that warmest fight would ho in the first and second wards and with such men as Capt Mr. Wilkinson to oppose thd chances of are made to appear and Is a popular So Is his Charles H. but the strength of the democrats Is strong In the ward and added to this is the popularity of their candidate which gives the democrats strong hope of Mr. democratic candidate for alderman in the second is a and has a dangerously vigorous following among the Germans and younger He is regarded by his republican Mr. as the hardest man to defeat the democrats ould have people in St. Joseph held their ward Saturday night with the James one George two Capt. M. C. Paul debates to the city T. A. David William Henry J. C. Methius O. Capt. M. C. Frank Louis Charles Second Fred 10. Frank Jacob to ity Frank John Fred Levi John Thomas F. A. Thomas K. D. Herman George John George F. William delegates to John James Bert Charles Amos A. H. lohn C. L. Thomas John William lohn two one James TO OF Township Silver Men Talk of township Is strongly republican but the democrats and silver claim they nominated a ticket Saturday Which will win at the coming B. 13ury was nominated for He was always a republican Until last fall when he switched otl on and it Is claimed that he Oan command many republican The other nominations lam Charles highway John school member of rev I John justice of the P. M. Donnelan and Miles Heck Me Hodney C. C. M. Guy and D. FRACTIOUS Caused In St. Saturday engaged in casting the refuse fish and other from the docks to the fertilizing establishment met with a startling accident Saturday He was driving along the street leading to St. Joseph and had approached the first viaduct when one of his horses shied dragging in mate and the wagon over the steep embankment Into the Mr. jumped from the wagon and was not Assisted by two oilier men Mr. labored several hours before getting the horses They lay at the bottom of the ditch tangled lip in their harness anil badly The where the occurred is in a dangerous condition and before any more serious accident happens the eity should make the necessary FRESHMAN Students Had a Good Time and Made March 2UThe freshmen of the publie offered the Ionia publie an on Friday night of exceptional and a church full of people showed their hearty appreciation of the young of the department of Benton Harbor to pleased the audience she was to respond to frequent Miss from Benton all with her sweet voice mid generous The male quartet made a hit with their original in which the class received church beautifully ami the library fund increased a number of NEW SILVER Say only hundreds do not believe it. They she good judgment by buying at Closing Come early in the day to avoid the best spring itt the a bottle sec how valuable it is. We have just a L. Pipestone and Water Havana cigar at 4c, 4 for 15c, 10e all-wool extra super carpets at Now is the time to lot of prints al cents per Of THE strictly ' 133,135, 13 Pipestone on the advice of the board of pardoned Daniel M. Hutler and their W. 11. Bird and Harry who were sentenced in months iu the house of cor Sands has let the for the construction of a salt in Taylor of was fatally in a runaway La test well will be driven at St. Joseph to find out if there bo any oil or gas in has signed the amendment to the of Battle permitting the city to bond for for If tlie proposition to bond carries at the coming Battle will spend this year in paving a as the streets of the city are notoriously veteran soldier of has received what to a commission iu tin Cuban army and proposes to go to with a company Southern Michigan Goodfellow Spread Terror in the Democratic a big-hearted is the republican for short term alderman in the first ward of St. He is not a dangerous man tit look upon but nevertheless he has caused a panic among the ward democrats have a deal of trouble iu finding a man with prowess to enter the race with At the Saturday night August was After a V reflection over the liis antagonist was too in ami stricken with terror withdrew his name from the ticket anti the ward committee settled upon Thomas A. proprietor of the Lake View ys the Mr. Walker was not to entering the under ordinary but with Goodfellow as a run ning mate the prospects were not so roseate and he At last the committee found a man who had age to face the battle and appointed ills name is George accused of an assault with intent to rob upon Frank Meade iu this eity last fall is in the county jail awaiting his preliminary The warrant for 1U>-maines arrest was issued November 1!. He disappeared from eity immediately alter the assault was located at by Chief of Police where he was arrested bv Deputy Sheriff He was foiled In his to rob his victim by Alex wno tired several from a revolver frightening charge of a meeting made against George P. of an old was Investigated by Prosecutor Valentine Saturday and owing to the age and mental condition of the accused he was promising better deportment in the Valentine will leave for Three Oaks this afternoon to investigate a ease of alleged From there he will go to Niles to conduct the hearing of two Swartz brothers charged with committing an assault a woman who was the wife of one of the charge of mayhem made against William Brant has been withdrawn and Brant is having an examination Justice Baldrey this afternoon on the accusation of cruelty to It is remembered that Brant is alleged to have induced Samuel Bishop to kill a horse which Bishop only half succeeded in doing and was convicted in the circuit court of Harbor Hot Than Koman 1. new silver tin* Benton Harbor made its appearance Saturday it is a clean-looking six column eight page paper and is all home It contains vigorous silver articles but concerning the campaign it does not up tin* hot remarks looked the paper Times not believe that starvation as a result of too much to as a result of storehouses bursting with that money is scarce because there is too much of or that four million men are idle is too It not believe that the miners of Pennsylvania are half starved because the west corn for or that the farmers in the west are freezing because there is too much coal in Times that present conditions are the results of vicious legislation by republican party during the last thirty to accomplish by special acts what the were defeated in when the constitution was adopted -a government of the rich for the of the to a slight misunderstanding with the weather clerk we will continue our Dress Goods Sale for one week more at the Bargain Leaders of Low and Popular 100 Last Main wonderful invention of the life motion pictures and will be on exhibition at hall March and April 1. 1 Republicans anti Silver Mon In the township has two tickets in the as Frank K. B. Wheaton justice of Alcott highway Kichard Butler school 11. 1). drain George member of the board J. p C. M. P. L. Francis Pen L Stiver Lou B. Wansbrough justice of the Frank highway H. Potter drain William Dellinger school mem ber of the ot William William Hess jr Will W. B. aim a. Match 2! Vin r of Marvin Vincent ami relative of the Hotel was this afternoon from the Methodist He was a member of the Masonic fraternity and of the G. A. which pat in the burial Vincent had lived here many I p to two years ago he was gaged In mercantile when sold his interests to wonderful invention of age lite and con eert phonograph will be on at Conkey s hall March and Aprii 1. a In Ank for Sax Highest PERFECT pure Grape Cream of Tartar Free Alum or any other Yon the size 7 to 14, 500 Hose al HOT WATER BAGS AT 69 TO 79 W. MOORE the Bargain Leaders All the GOODS OR is full ami complete in every department and is ready you ready for the Wu inaugurate special salt ing nearly every Look at our prices March 3' will show 10 dozen Fast Black regular ill sizes at IP cents a 1 tegular price 25 e. 25 dozen Fast cnts a price 10\ silk line ribbed Lisle silk this date at 42 20 Summer IN ilio coffee 10c. bars Santa Claus 25c. granulated Spring wheat bbl. Fresh eggs dozen s family 5c. Java a picnic 7c. canned 1C Pat is canned 10c. bars Savon 2oc._ bars Calumet 25e. Cinger 5c a bars axon soap 25 sell Wonder from selected hard spring It ami bread than any other Unce always a or Scholar Can obtain more for his dollar Any from the Atlantic To the far Pacific forever DOWN TOY Benton lowest prices and the largest stock in either All kinds of common both gray and china painted both and china ballots black and white imitation imitation agates or threads all glass bran glass opals imi tat ion Hint onyx glasss threads all also a large stock GOLD and SILVER one-third 51 gold all kinds for sale at the very lowest on See my sewing best Singer in the world for A little money buys a wagon load of goods now a at inspection A. in almost furs bought until the 1st of to loan on all kinds of personal sold to Inducements one time some people traded in Chit can just remember AA AA J. 107 E.