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Benton Harbor News Palladium (Newspaper) - May 13, 1907, Benton Harbor, Michigan NEWSPALLADIUM JKH 1904 BKNTON HAHBOR MICH MONDAY MAY lj 1907 rr MAN SM DEPU r PEARL j THIw JIHITEWINS iST POINT Effort is Gun P TVA Mysterious LstUr VritlM Frv Minutes Before Triyily FINE 8011 BUI I TODAYS DEVELOPMRMT3 M TRIAL OF MOORE B Case Commenced in circuit a C court at morning n I Judge Cootiflge osdcrmtj jury io r be drawn 1 Motion made by cNTV IK Lints I attorneys o rrif r i r n P r o r tc 11 o r K B White to two leturs H I brfirt llir shoot I ing affray cc u r red t m i f cl by S t Jiidc Coolickje B 1 Motion by Attorney Strtiry i to hjve case until let s Itjrs in question were h T n 11P cl W J sver to defendants counsel dj B I nied by Judge Coolidtje I First twelve men cirTwn rom 8 3 special venire take seit1 in R t box and questions put to tiifrm P C shtive to their cmcetency to K I sit s juror by Prosecutor t f White 53 1 When court ordered recess IB BUL LCTI N 8 for noon luncheon Prosecutor j 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whinh she c i utiiy would noi du K is i nt Ii I jst COREY READY TO VED RELATIVES FROM PITTSBURG ON WAY TO NEW YORK PROSPECTS ARE BRIGHT FOR BIG PASSENGER TRAFFIC THIS SUMMER GOOD SUNDAY CROWD I City of Benton Harbor Will Clear Tuesday for Chicago jj and One to This City Every Night After This Week The sf rTiiiiT Iliiitnn nf I be O ni iii m Morion Ihm onnrnM the ir flay txrnrsini hushnss Tor lho spnsnn jl virfifnhiv biintrhm M Mr from ciiifjii1 io tht win cities urir 1 uhfiiiJ n in uid iloivirt inf in I i n 11 to n ch Ii i ca K pfi rl y in I h r vrniiii on fii urn nin TIIP Home of IL vvij i iHlilH l hi U M in l TI Summer S c h rd u I c June 20 muni i i iul ii nni In i t uh n rou ml t ri mr Hv from f n lliis port Tlio Munoioti i M i i i il1 i i i b M f n i uil Isnv Inki iiI VHcrvlii wliifh will atTont ilio M i 1 o il u t s i i i t is I in nu i u i m ill i i li Claiiv so ilnit the i v IM i I tin ti In v ill In able to iKoommo niij in roiul Tin Sontiieru n int inirhnu will cnrry I in i s i 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