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Benton Harbor News Palladium (Newspaper) - February 20, 1907, Benton Harbor, Michigan INDICATIONS and possibly lo Cold wave CONSOLIDATED FEB 291904 THE NE A WANT AD Brings the Largest Possible Re turn BENTON HARBOR MICH WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 20 1907 TWO CENTS TWO LEA DERS IN STA TE WAR AMONG PHYSICIANS STAPLETON OF EAU EXPIRED ON TRAIN WEST DOUBLE FUNERAL lw Mother Mrs Patrick Stapleton Died a Few Hours Before at Ovid Claire Schools Closed on Account of Smallpox Eau Claire Feb DISTRICT ATTORNEY JEROME RE LENTLESSLY PRYING INTO PAST LIFE OF WITNESS Midi and the remsii1 last evening About the or ape that the lhis feea announced the ileath ofJiilw Veva Stapleton a daughter u Mrs Stapletiri which occurred on aiaiu somewhere between I3eiuer DR Bt G WATSON DR GEORGE M BELL Favors l he Turner Who will VJnmnsly Oppose tin ITS bill lot IMiyslcians AmiWhiskers Bill ill La us SAVE IREES OF S tuple ton a j fconi th8rwMUr plague and she luid i jjfac to Cofoitidu in barge oi i trainj rt nurse iho iioiju of ing j testfiti from a change nl clirnat I the rccoijti of ihc tulet am ui mimwrtg the th n f h rn o t Ii r fonug woman started for In HIP sral died on Ihc train Calrln Jlllson soninlaw nf Mrs sJapINcn and Miss Lena StaitletMa ted fur Oaicaao to meet the nmaiis rim j Mrs Suipletnii was a siftr of M jM Paul of this villas ami ihr Inf i ter baa been dangerously ii for the Unlss past three weeks i Husband Founder of Eau Claire tctn Individual Who Patrick Stapletoa the blsbam of the woman wbn ha ilkd was ihe fnnmlor of tln 3 Eau Claire Ho irts rham of the village an fur time maintained the only storeIn the Uanilet Smallpox Infests Hamlet Jfce smallpox iihse Last nishi if w m clnse the schools is tamlllefi of crti Besides the home of John fo COUNCIL SHOULD TAKE UP MAT LOCAL PHYSICIANS ARE DIVIDED TER OF SPRAYING ALL OVER THE WHISKERS BILL TREES IN THE LIMITS i IN LEGISLATURE I DANGER IN DELAYI WATSON JOINS CHORUS There Ic Sonic Uniform While DIG Bell Tutton Sowers Ry t I trl Kiii a Ocuie of Others Arc righting and Hope to Retain Personal Liberty 1 n r j B D n n n r VIIISKERS BILL IS CONSIDERED IN THIS CITY SAYS STORY WAS TRUE The Remarkahlc Recounting of She Told Harry Thaw Was the Truth Thaw Interrupts With an Answer in the Court Room SCHOOL ROMANCE MADE DELMAS THAWS COUNSEL I n Baslar Bos lick Watson Walker Saltzman R tor et a I Bell TuUon Sowers Clinpin Herri net Ta ber Bclknnp Kerry W Ryno C M Ryno Taylor Hill Brady Cain Post Dunning Frcemycr Hanson ct al Is Only at Mercy uf Ncinhbon Wiliiirj to COL BRYAN ARRIVES IN CITY EARLY IN DAY at Hotel Scnton Will Be Entirely Informal Mvtr llc Per from inr will I i ho MMj int rod irrd at Uio request of C dunlinno nf liay city jtnilurj he M r says if is aiisiu bio a in u sen i Itnurd itmo is very inifli in riintxt nn is receiving soinn H rntli I ha i wo nl his children died of dipht hiria which in a bwiiisUernd wh in I is Tin hill si id hi haw i Ii r of i tic c San Francisco Feb the pretty romance of a boy and n i r in a S a u J ose school eventually led to Delphin M Del mas being engaged to de fend Harry K Thaw on the charge of murder is being told n here by early friends of the principals H A schoolgirl passed a note to her boy lover The teacher de tected the act and dismisoed W the pupil for conduct unbc H coming a lady B The boy Romeo was in de spair The girl was an orphan almost friendless He had no funds He thought of a friend K a youth just starting his career as a lawyer He asked his aid W The young Blackstone consent W ed a The boy lover was H C McPikc The lawyer was Del phi n M Delmas Delmas n brought auft against the princi W pal for dfifcimation of charac 8 ter He won lhej case His S only reward was the friendship S of McPikc I McPikes fatner was a per B sonal friend of Justice McKen 3 na of the United States ru H p r c m e court M c K c n n a is a 13 Californian McPike was visit inrj tc justice at the time of the ki Iling of Stanford White McKenna a great friend of Lhe W Thaws consulted as to law Pi ycrs for IT is defense McPike w stroncjly rccomrnended Delmas H The very man said Mc W Kenna know him very well P H He is the greatest criminal law w ycr in America S W Shortly afterwards Delmas W H was speeding east in response S H to teicgrains from the Thaws H PRAYERMEETINGS TONIGHT All But Baptist Church Holcj Services Tonight on Account Bryan Uie exception ir llic First uluiVcli tlin regular Thuirday evciiiiif prayer inciitlinjs will be held I might ill 7 oVIorli on account of Bryan Inclnre in Uie Union course at i ho Bell house tomorrow uvcnlns The Baplisi elmreh will hold prsiycr service tomorrow cvan ins as usual mnotlni i iinir hour earlier at 7 oclock clisniissiiiK in ample lime fin1 I he people wish tu ailem Ihc lecture SHOWED SKILL AT HANDLING HORSES WHEN STREET CAR HIT HER RIG GAR NO 30 UNLUCKY BULLETIN New York Feb Fttz q era Id and District Attorney Jerome have received Intters threatening them with death if Harry Thaw is convict efl to Tin NowsPi Indium New York Pub Attor ney leronio la it ufternuon ft relent loss croHSoxniiinalion ot Evelyn Nesliitt Thaw mid lie is con tinuing his rapid fire ot ciuesllons tu Attorney Delnias is not leiiv iim his without protect ion uul whon the fire comes too fust MIH hot he intfrrupts with an olijccMon YcHtfMday afieinonn while Do mas dosing nin Hi rod exjtiniiuilion lerfinie wan insistent wit Ii objections ainf Uie Call Cocci inn ofien would in icrrujii the objections ot Jerome and in rebuke tbo disriot nttnrney rmiflci S lhe Hti Lemon I Uiat New York utlnr if hiring UKmonth tf AiriJ he aLnloincnt that New York utlnr inl i will mOHilv lssn 1 rIU riirrli1 rin hi IlCys ahvnys luivn cnonsli rri rmipnis sn nnPi ot to iu objection Later THAW CASE ALL DAY Ycur ch j r 10 and ir cent W grade heavy en ware cooking mil il t h v botii kiihil miI i hoitsl i nir inn of t h snravirj ini sifiipl niiiii1 lii citlHM cpHiiiil it properly or h0 iis upplirH ictn wis not fiiTit ly ilioronKM in rovfr cvery r of In ordei t hut i hr fn loarn how in f io sujpiiiH irii In A PHILADELPHIA MILLIONAIRE SHOOTS GAMBLER Wounded Man SaM to Have Broken LJ p A s s a i I f n t H o m e to The NnwKPnlljidfiim IhilarMphin C 11 1 in ii I io ni ire el n hi nan o i Ii JH if y VHK fnday hy Tia WKOII Thnrn wlll UP 1 no rxrept that ir is j tluf HpniyinK innreriais and i Alfegan to Have Gas Plant fnr and ftpplylnff mixtnio will fntnisbed i for KUfil IIOpt JIlRri fruit rowciH nl ICHSI ono nf whom j h1 in roxvitshinH wliPiO t hoy havr httve Alleg Hirsts Kcb francOilSf rbrrf lo local parties last night IlIaKO founcMl They will in which to oom 10 rnonfhr to was trying lo tangle Lliu wit ncKHwJlh ciosntiiiOHt ions when Del mas off en id imi object ion and lornniR Ilisliorl in wit iin interruption Tito with all hiy Kiit for sarensni rrplh I have ri eaif I i t Hakl tli u t N w lawyers were conrleotiH nut 10 intrrmnl an ohjoction Irionie lieKitatod before going into a crossexamination of the witness and declared that it Thaw was to be adjudged insane it would not won It while to subject Ihe wilneaa to a crossexamination Mis iirst question to Mrs Thaw was whether ihe story that she had told Thaw was true or not The CG duriiiK he examinatlojj bad Continued on Page I NEWSPALLADIUM INSURES IN LOCAL COMPANY Mrs A D Brown of St Joseph1 Met With Accident While Driving Across Flats to This City Early This Afternoon ifi A D Browns HLrve anrl her iiowltclie oi1 how to hiinrllo Iiorsns aved her riiiin ileath this aflornoon viiilu driving frrun Hi losiiih in itiis The lady had srartd m a Irly fioin it Joseph to Sum h I la vcti with a Ig Ironi tin Novelty livery barn in it luiepb and hid indcoedrd on hei only us far the hoiler worlii ear the highway bridye when hei 2 fiighieiied by an approaching ti uet car made a miick turn Jinr tarted across the track directly in of the cur Motorman Robert vines ley quickly shut off the current on liis car Hint applied he lml ii was inn itu to yton before the rig way struck Horses Head Through Window When the car came n a standslill tlio passengers were si art led by the sound of crauMiiiigass uid a nim bling I iie t rack aheail a nd were just in iiine to see the hurse emerge from in front of t he car with the buggy running on two wheels and almost toppled over The woman displfiyerl remarUtible nerve by hold ing to the I lightened animal which was eonipetely innied uround by cum ing in contact with tho cur and liad siaiTed at break needs speed back Iowa rd SI J ose pi i 13 u i be did mjf travel IVir lie was brought to a s La n da I ill nnd tiie plucky driver ii gain turiieU a found and drove liacl toward the car The horse CSCHpod wit no i it injury and the only dnmage Lo t h e buggy wa s tlia t the sb af is we ft broken Mrs Brown drove over to this city and at tlnnnons livery changed buggies and proceeded on her way to Colonia where she will got another horse to drive to Covert making a not lie r change of horses tliero and driving lo her dostinat ion No Blame on Car Crew The only damage lo the street car was the broken window in the front vestibule The car was in charge of Mo Lor man Robert Kingsley and Con ductor Weekler and was No ISO the name one which si ruck the rig oncti nyd by Miss Cn ry anil her friend Saturday eveting Conductor Weekler was also in charge ben The car WHS running on I wo points hav ing just run off the end of the bridge and the motonnan observing tbo ap proach ing rig had not turned on the current but was waiting until after thehorse had passed Iho car Driver an Advertising Agent Mrs Brown who was driving the horse is an advorUsing agent She nialios small towns which sne writes up in book for in She is well known to Uie liverymen of the twin citlcH has driven SCOTCH of horses from the focal barns but this is the first I serious accident that he has ever had NewsPalladium want ads pay IT PAYS TO BUY SHOES OF MILES rubber season and nearly everybody will want them who dont want them should have them just the same man woman boy or girl should be with out RUBBERS at this season of the year have all the good sorts of Rubbers in the best styles never offer our trade Cheap Rubbers or Rubbers we cannot say will give satisfaction We Have Rubbers for the Whole Family Come let us be your Rubber Man 60 pairs Mens Florsheim and Walk Over and enamel shoes choice 52 Co BERRIEN COUNTYS BEST SHOE STORE 1 1 t i j oppralions ann i inrinu to VnrnmissioiMT mpirC their work afior it is onco of anI nlirwrici sHrrtrd Tho fnurhlso is Knotl tor 25c 20c 15c and lOc Enameled Ware Afternoon February 2112 Io5 OCIock C C CHESTER C SWEET 141 PIpestone Street Benton Harbor Mich Neiv Wall Paper jortSue Season Now is the time to buy your wall paper before the rash begins 20 per cent dis count on all wall paper sold during We carry the swellest line of wall paper ever shown in this county Wall paper from 5c to per double roll Plate Rail Mould ing Muresco Varnish etc THE LOW PRICED DRUGGISTS East Main Street Opposite City Hall 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 cord TRY IT m YOUR COOKING STOVES Va Soft Coal Anthracite Yards cornor Park Third StrcctsOrfice corner 6th and Soctiros Sick and Accident Benefits for Its Employes The NewsPalladium arrfUigod to cnpry Hick and accident j benefit policies on its entire force The policies provide ami ficj cldent benefltK from to ier j mouth to the salaries ro icelved hy Ihe rJiiferent employes fitd I fn cafiR of nccldental denih from i to SlffO will ho the heneflcJartes of tho policies Tlio poUcins wore taken out in the Mutual Protective asl social Ion of this city and ore tbo ihighcist class contracts written by tbat prosperous concern Tfie beiv ffits of special rontiarts bfgin t thp firsiday of couflnfng Tbp employes of this pajwr now protected wjtti n Jiving wnp though tliey sboitld wiffer a lougr of sickness JOE ENDER5PRESIDENT Ralsion Shoes a Pure DeligMn Sloppy WeslJier and 1400 Theyre built to withstand the cold and dampness of winter to prevent pneumonia v and bad colds to keep the feet snug and warm and dry togive thorough comfort and still remain in correct style Were sell ing RalsLons at a rale unheard of in the twin cities and there are two satisfied feet in every pair
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