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   Benton Harbor News Palladium (Newspaper) - February 4, 1907, Benton Harbor, Michigan                                WEAXBER INDICATIONS Snow ajid slowly Arising Conight and tomorrow CONSOLIDATED FEB 29190 E NEWSPALLAD TPE OI1LL1 EM HOWARD E STCAHN3 PLEDGED SUPPORT TO HiO SUCCESS FUL RIVAL AMID CHECRS BEtfTON HARBOR MICH MONDAY FEBRUARY 4 1907 tiser 5s fee Ore Who MoS Jitap a FiiiS Hafv f CENTS eS OmiioKu i A Resolutions Adopted Inn ul HIM ill rusuviiijiiii iis iliv iK nsu FIRST ftllEIPT IS I Ft A PRETTY CONVENT Harmony and Good Feeling Charpc tcrized the man Charles E Whit Pleads for a United Party i SUI Tlie vote oi tin lim Ocnull 117 Many Nominating Speeches YVIMI the eonveiiiioii rriisrjinnllv I p ihli iioiMiniiliiiK peeeln j c xw cLillid tor Rrvv Mv Tncli rr v Oi ROSECUTIMG ATTORNEY WHITE iKiinimu c Iltpulilicnn Cuunty Con tlh UMAHLE TO LOCATE IN CME5T OF 110D NHY PEARL UNDER XRAY TODAY Dr Slnelc Relieves There Is Chanr For lo Escape Opcrntior Fever Hvinrj Abated and Dal Givh3 No Trouble Tlii llr ivhirh llm Uu ildclcrs liKili ID Oiinn Sln1ifr Iirilnv 1arl WIKi fHillllv Xriyii rllllllK lo shnw thi linll II is ilio opinion 111 tlie Unit he biilict is Indu ed behind ii limn wliirli iii nnablf lo Thj iloiloi lirttcviT nru iidi illscuiiriiKvil hy Hnl firli fnliiri anil toilpy luv Xray was PRISONER BROKE PAROLE Took Pocket Book From Sleeping Man Tor Safekeeping liULsnii Kob Connor Uho Inini i ivc luuko his pjirolL1 SlillilJiy by hit a purkci inik r rum a man nanui John vhili liu laller wan in i iliiiiiliiii slniKir Conunrs sakl lie oiili liii pouliiM iituil for iali lrvi ni He uai MUM from Callicmii coun ty in ImstBiiliiiK a ijuekct hook FIND KEEPER DEAD Expires Tioin Henri ed at Windmill Point ipiTliil In tin NewsPalladium 11ol roil Feb SehiMler fill keener ol tin Wind Mill Iuliii llglil was IoiKid Irani in lidl HiJK moiiiins The UOHJHT was in heiillli Sunday and believes Dial he died of ilir Silllur Sidr hosiiilnl where Drpinr Penil eonliiiei sliilinl lhit Ills pouclll inn wn liiwli Iever hiv JUKI in the pn liem showed simr cf ninikjil im iirnvemcni 11 ipiene in if Dr Slrele ih iTY PASTERS CALL ON WANAC ER FELTON AND AiSK HIM TO 3TCP PRACTICE MANAGER MAKES REPLY FIRST TESTIMONY IN NOTED MURDER TRIAL WAS TAKEN THIS MORMINQ PROF GEOFiCE N OTWEL1 Borrili County 1C incalo Named T iliy for County Scliunl Cnniniiinii well tic mail li viiih r viewed Ijritllr the iilV l lncam date ami he believed ii Mr Otwell wtis ilulies vnil ilatc that coniil be iiiiiuril cleclnreil that wllii Mi Olveil in l position of rnimniHsiciMei iba i M wonlil lie no fumiies ail rhaiio as HIM friinl TJ ivbat he ineaiit hilaiel iii ii cu hail inadc an eiTii I I leathers cciUficnlir l be lim M Otwelt vvas MIC or the eoeev ix men and iKiUvji iir Ulilt Ml Ouvell 1 ri Hi if lh family he unuH 1 Mr Tenelis son iuni l rva without rtccivins inilirrity 11 en Sherman Ionweil ii uv su in llnvavl ri vn mniiiuK no idiis lin iiiiii 111 liienarae of hi eruliila Te t ic two out tr li or livirwl y IV A liii i Hra anil 1 rr i 111 Jlnher save MI asmt yhen i I l StCilila had mil In ri ranv in i1 rMiiity Misieciiii up dinles h w ilvst There were eii i seconds Watcrvlict Was DivicleJ nbcn VVntnriiiei iinrV vllul lowshiii Hiten iis VI Otivtll It Inn riv i nlRilrna rhiii frnni1 11 11 Sienrns Th ul car 1elijt lhal at ile nils it Ihe stale Tiiiri will omiiino at tile hi iand Ml lorlay eoniaiiinl tin Hiilenliil neincl of K ami liini Me buvi loilinn he lias ill luallitiis ni Ii iiatnni aail nn He I ti ia M lias n In ael in eii ija iee the inst nf of hi i a nl ImHie i Lnnii tlin iniiple jit laie I rie if uui is i wil I nov n aail mi liiinl islabi ill if I he heai 1 i lie leele In mci HT ininnaiiiieil eal 111 ii The of i rii ii t foi I h iiily i nl ia 11 y tin if rejiiihlirut early v MM liilii f bar by In iliilripi t I lia IT liloThi alotil t ae Ji ese ji pi it v I t liull i i Inlvillll i uill liia inlaii ii I Iu iu ie a i in n nasi i rnl i Rapr the Pail e i InahHiiKe of Iharls ni I iicn c onl in I fl1 noi absrilntelv iieeeisary Sinee hi al the ljiirl has reslial siini u Ir on I lie Kiiill Tile Mirians In noi tbo iehi fnnil which liesiifrenil las Tlinr lay a serious and hardly anlicipaie thai a of salinwill net ill Ibxveyer y TVnil ii I h Hiei hinii ImIhe lnilt anil if It i fount Stcclf vill reliiiye U Loft Sat lierfiiiifl aeeoiniianiti Ihe Pearl iiarty In ChicaKi is csppci ml liici ilils evciiiiif llr Talier will rntilMl if Hie bnlbl is no found or if tlie physicians ileeide ne to niierate EPILEPTIC iNSANITY Probablv Ilc Defence of Thaws At tcrncy Garvan the Case for the White on Stand MOTION IS GRANTED JUDGE COOLIDGG GRANTS CHANGE OF VENUE CASE OF PEOPLE IS K BEFORI5 THE JURY P New York Feh Poo a pie rested their case against M llnrry K Taw this Is noon after having consumed ex i actly two hotirr in prcGcntinrj n testimony Tiic two la xvitnesserto tos tify for the People wcic Poticr ft man Ochs who arrested 3 and estifictl the fact and Dr Timothy Lehanc who per K in formed the autopsy on White I tJ The defense will require n s i niuch loncier time to present 0 their side of the caiic Joseph Lnwycr Told Court Press Misconstrued His Statements Mice will no the if the ease I nil i UK OUnni prts liarhs 1C ed as IPHI epliin HIP f Ihe niotinn Kraincd with bat lilllp aigiuneil Ilio CHHP traiMjren ed lo hn CaKH y circuit com ftiilpe llilulil be bioniilil tn Kl losepli In liciT Ihe ease lint At Inrtioy Ollara lilefeneil that ihe Irial be heard under a different mnf n i efirriirr to of prrja dierivlilnlt iie Judge Cool idfre vaj Kiilly AMnniey lara iv Ihe counly in enmnirnj hi Mil Atlornev amiably told lhe einrt ihft the had fjiild thai be had aeei lllrirly fhir word Alr ilinlntely Ilia I rl I ho ouri of ho ry dn Imd nnf ifsnl Mr Stearns FccU Good V1 Jdl IS n Jlr Sl arn Hoi mil dcrUucii iii i Jtjl n KOOII a rtiiiiblican as tie oiIO o llt converilltin yi i called InC ill IMlUld Hot Hill VIi Im Int thai he lia succes Phi vviiii Then Mi Oiwell WTS id i hit he was iflalt and he shimlv H thanlis esrfciav to steiins ioi tile va ii llis i Delegates to State jjito nticn le ii KipliU on Hiilminry 15 irt a nil fmutli M Smith NH09 first WAS PRESIDENT STATE C E ittzrs A p pointer Late Head of Michigan Moconc Prom nent Church Worker flinrUs I lKiin lodjrf of iril Snudny f f IHJ SUthi s an acdiiiliManco Ilia was kept u the iJtNtlh of ivf iinlll lr Steven v w A REMAINS THE SAME w c Special lit Now Vnrli Pthruary i Harry ihill Thiw ii Ihc niucli taliud ul nnirlcr can o inrd n Is nmv tho ha heen ernisiniifl In proniirinfj jury and the last niei obtained bile Saturday and lhiy uiovnintv al lie real case was oiicaetl Ilis trint Altorney flarvan opened ho casr Tor I he people describinjj niilinlc ly traKed ai Mariirion Square Willie lull a vliillin nf ai enraeei linsbaiul Harry K Thaw It IK nnw believed hat onilepfie iiiHiiliily wlH be Ihe defense Thaws allonieys win use Iu exliajlini Iiini fromthe lolls II Ilia lHnc beftiro tio murder MTK vVin Thaw wan la say I would rjlvo ta have my on cured of Wants to Sound Public Sentiment on the Picture Show Given to Lsrgo Audience Evenng AKimiKT lcllun ho Brll np lions1 Sniiiia1 for i inov iK nilHire shmv vhlcli ifvin by ho I lunl smek anil aHcntii bv a pirkcI The nominal admission of 10 rcjui wil i no charge fur inaelo Thi enl enniiiineiu nf highly find mo tion jjiciure and tiu of ilio slock com j Jim y save a ilia nete not foi Sunriay nveiiiins1 it1 fnr any o iier vTiinj o1 the week k In miser bowovrr does not ro p n K t1 I o c i n y I h i r tr i n the ihratre Pnnibty savo tnrc SMIMVH aiil Ilia wilhoul ilio nlt of Ilinny men vvljese only power of HUTI iii men t is lo a j inroad is inia r j as ma v wit hum lie IxJid line lo City Pastors Make Objections 8H unlay arienuon IVv J Cmi nf the rhiirfli Ite II D Oyhorne of the jIna Mini Uev 11 W Meniier nf ibr KirK iMoiJnidiKi on Mir ma ifr n he ilieatfo md iiKlutl ihiil the yur day eiMeitalninrnts hn discontinne Tiie patlirs iinrtsiiiirl i hil th oprninjv oi i Ic I n it nhifr had I ho rftfrndanee Ihc ehlinb rrv nr t iH I in Hue tor I bus M d in he eonininull v int Mi1 Kflltim wis nut jireparer iic MIC iviirirs any deiinhe rr JT PAYS TO We want you to make this headquarters ir shoes place youd be sure to think of iirst innetd Li nois This requires on our part belter siices ard better values for the money than you to get at other stores believe we have them Come and see how well we fulfil our as sertions Weve slices for the man or woman who counts the dollars and cents the best values that money can buy to Then we have shoes for the mar or wo man who is looking for styles and luxury who wants the finest that money can buy JO Shoes for boys misses and children ac cording to size 50c 75c to Our slices come from the hands of manu facturers vho have n rojinLTlion for ruriking tlio best of shocj in Lheir lines COUNTYS BEST SHOE STORE e Hai liiii church a will result 0i t fiinl I ho wlin nrc nilhor HIHH haraioil Mi Pel Ion States PosiHon A Few Prices for four BiilUemeu Cough Medieiue the host niaif reirular iirlcs 25cISo BaUlement Laxaiive fold Cure IORII lar pric 5n 15c Battlemonl Laxaiivn CiMcara Tahlels rexilar price Raltlement ICinulsion Ioil liver Oil fill jiint iotie rcfiilir price BaLtlenicnt Iuoth reiuar luiee 2rc to Batlleinenl Hvery Alom Pure Soaps regular iiricc TJC6 for 25e BattloniejiL Cotl jiver Jil Capsues price Vrie per box50c Balilcmcni Pure Stick lieorice reinlar jirice rc 2 for 5c BatLlomenl California Port EatMeiriorit Iron To nit jrutkcs rich iloou rt Cilar Good hoL ling rogular G5c Kcllnn Ktntos IliK poaliioni Besf lron anj Winc Pnt 1oltJo regular price 50c price nre35 SI75c the firat vllneKii eallerl bv UiO state and he that heard iii h iimidor from Kcvera reporlors and hniTlcd lo Kqnare Baidei whore he found thai his fallior was next wiUioy Hear Revolver Shots hoJintiDl Ih rr TiiiiwH 1ivovui1 und lo flic up nf the building ioolc cliirui ol Tfinvv uil look him dmvit in lho ukVilrr On IlHi way flown in Liu fluvtifor Tiutv siiirl tu his wiU ijirl it to snv n uil ncKs drspplhcd hivj from n cluirl the thoritrt ivhich lit luiil wllii Mm Thr ncxl wiljirKs cuU ul Iffnry Hhiscft musical Ulrro inr nfUio ihualor jsavci i ie HJcrl fUHnunt nT Ilio ami rRtl fieri Ihnl he nwulvot Hinokinn ro vnlvcr from ThiuvK hand and turuetl it over to Uiu poliocrium n l ho follcwiup nulilU loltnr Editor I Indium II has eon In my notice ihiii lheru s some ohloetinu lo ilir enlorlaln tiejits 1 lutvo bent Ml Ilu Hell Siimluy nighis I know of no bo t tor ikfeiiao tlitin in put the mat ter iipfore Ihe peapi o no ill one iKfoiv nil naLruns who of course Friend I y lo ho idea but before all Die people of our city I much desire Ihn mil will or all in a yt well irj a sense 1 in i tiil ny i ha l ijsido from n v Instiifial interesl which 1 ivnr hat I foe thai I am i by cfferiiVg nulonul nul enfortniniirc rocroa Lionto ma n y t ha t n re in uch hnnelittd by I INK Form of finumnmpi1 in nn Jienrn an be eith er i in moral or rie basing a form nf t ontertainniput whicii if riVOTI in ni Jinnies would not bo even bv the 1aBUclionK iiii if dooit meroJv oi tlie of sonsc and Lhp exhllillirrn nf InUr hit1 pic Lures I believe hat rofrfi f inn In some Form if needed bv nil and especially so by those who htbor vJLii hand sr brain and on no noei when aflei a dav IPK then THE LOW PRICED DRUGGISTS East Main Street Opposite City Hal o UIJH seaidi Icr amiiHu nf nicty Iftriri nor will T spoal of inniy woisi forniK tluin t ron r but if must lie perfectly pin in 11M I Ii inkers Unit my rnol ion pic cH Jitifl SOHRH ira more HHV hn left St Mian in nn y other whicii nre ofrcrud Two uni innkc a rlyhi HLill I CHinioi soyinff that as i Kcliooi F poii don Page CJ Would you like a bargain in wood We have made a deal for 150 cords of second growth oak and hickory which we will sell while it lasts at per IT m Bed Jacket GMef of f esl VaSoft Coal DM L W Scranfon Anteile Yards corner Park Third StreetsOffice earner Oth and GOOD ROADS INSTITUTE McMillan Physicians Issue WLL BE HELD AT ST JOSEPH Bulletin FEBRUARY 19 iporinl lo the IX1 roil Keb follmving Ijiil cUn tMu morulns hy ho of C m Mr MeMIIIun rcstoI qnlotly iml his goi rendition re 1 he pJisl Iho same during ours SNOW RACES WEDNESDAY AH Dcairinft to Participate Should SenH in Names All tliosfl lUislrlns lo portidiHiie in lacts on Worhirdtiv noon houli names nvl l j ivo 11 UM t 1 I irt ciflnrk I pl Tiisl oicli 13 ijhhrmt ratal A riKn ml Highway Commisslcncrs in Attend ance Will Draw Pay The county road InsUl nio for Ber rion coinily ho held nl St JoHuph ou Tneyflay Kcljitiary betyinnluc ii 10 a m KJgJiwny In itttenfl oiuc w ill i ecih tthejr ml ono dn s p Elvci vonu hitoif stniJ In Iho question of tcood irads Is cot tiUiliy inviinfl to attend TJio sessions will be held ri Lho court house ii rty morning ii thit tnf win lie rljw litt Kodo afor jottr mfk and U will In1 fount to afford a piomp and ediciput lelief ncariv ai ihe Juices t what 300 rat Tt sold on fnwemippcl ipUoftptftn Sol3 You pet one of our wi1 r the next three months with an v in the early spring and until wxtUKr Then you can put it away until fall suit without an overcoat sud winter suit with an overcoat TiJu1 ii All for   

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