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   Weekly Palladium, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1901, Benton Harbor, Michigan                                THE WEEKLY THIRTYTHIRD BENTON FEBRUARY uuiry Center 1 attorney at Battle ment Uentoa ia new Center bio Office Slrfctl H pHAY L U ti tin ton tlurbor Krutik C 5 anil fill ittornfyat KOOIQH r BeutoQ us of leys GHuru OHARA OHARA Rooms 2 and SL Mich Farmers Merchants COOK FREED CAPITAL John Cashier DIRECTORS Sherwood ur u Stewart Bobbins John Robinson Edward Uraat o w Htnn Boo ton Attorneys Joen andcou boaue Mock Auornrjs at ruai tuey io if frutHtee in all u urts ot tncw y FipfMump Bell SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Connected wiih oa deposits in tills GKtl M Attorney an Couiihfl r in Iructlee lu L State and courts Oftteii in ihe Bo njan lipyhtoue Biirbo AS1KIVVS jt attorneys counsellors ai inw PrLtiue instate and leUerul iourts Ltoom Jonos Ben too uiul ulsu office m CITIZENS CAPITAL DR ZELPHA phybiKan and Office ito Ptpe HWDO Hours to S u i to 4 ttnd 7 to Sp Telephone and mr 1A in nod ear OCflce Uell block Etwoton Hours 10 to to 4 and 7 to S m Jj Ptiysiclun UUi aeh and liver a pfllcu tn 2 to 4 iwul 7 to 3 m residence mom ot stom bom s to oftlce sur geon Otlce in ilorcn Main ptione ResidfnLe TVrrltorial pbone O31ce hours 9 to 10 l io R and 7 to 8 pbyHictan Diseases ot children a uf fice over Bells HOLTS l to j m each day except Residence corner o Plpestooe street and Britain XT L phynlcia 11 Otflc In Herrinir n and Sur 1iU Pipe stone Office hours H to fl und I i t a 1 to 4 and to 8 p Suminye y io 10 a m Telephone KesnJ 1ipestone T C J in aourJ tJ a 1 to Residence Monm PUvsieian untl Sur l Kast Mtiui l p Telephone Pnysican uml Spfcialist ir euinplictittd and ebroniu Will b the Benion Harbor Suturclav ind Surdny Pipes tune Prea H Cashier Lee BENTON Transact u General hankingBusiness and offer our customers every facility consistent with conservative Interest paid on deposits in SAVINGS Edlck O Solon John D Hop v Benton Harbor State Bank Capital Stock GENERAL BUNKING BUSINESS W VANCAMP VAUENTINE LEWIS Interest Paid on Your business respectfully bor on to 6 p c Nosa entnnfaarI I v Chicsmo j Mid i lis Piostrnc Hours from io y an Sundays 1 li a jwmavpnue i house Kenton ii to I and T to s p 141 Htuii llti rings FLORIST Otiitie and salesrnnm in tlie Opera House BtDton Work artifitically arranged for Deeoratious for Parties and Case Charging Him With Em bezzlement is Dis Harvey Moore Pleads Guilty to Assault and Trial of Lee Taylor Twi of the Judffe Cootidge Monday granted the motion of Beaver und OHara OHara for the dismissal of the case against Fred editor of the Niles who was chargtd with enj and the proceedings were stricken from the Cook is now The reason for dismissal was technic al and was not the result of any error of the who was exonerated from all blame because the case was thrown out of it will be was ar rested last fail on charge of unlaw fully obtaining uooney belonging Mrs Ward of OK The trial of Lee who is charged with assaultingaad robbing1 farmer reeidi near was started Monday and the court room is crowded with spectators from Niles and James Taylors asked that the in formation be quashed hut Judge Cool dge denied the Taylor stood mute and demanded tee The following jury was chosen San ford Jacob Henry Jo seph Fred Alva Samuel and Tbere are twentyeight witnesses iu the case and tlie trial will probably take up the entire Judge Coolidge urged the jurors to careful and not allow any one speak to them ulcut Prosecutor Riford appears for the HAKVKV JinOJlK OflLTV Barvey who was ar ARREST ENDED HAPPILY Young Eusaian Couple Wedded by Justice was Orowded with Youth Chargrtt with OITetiiu sted for as and robbing p physician sii SfKLMul ntrillion jnven to dtseuseM of the nervous Ofticn ia Cominer ll Phont 2 Colfax phone Hours no 2 to 4 and to S 1 Cut F7Iowers at reasonabe Get figures before Satisfaction guar the Telephones Twn D V geon and S V turf nary Sur Hospital ace rnmo vlons at Alders Fe d Res id e co T rf J retn si venue and Morton Ben loo Mi Surveyor and 14 Civil Ail kinds or farm drainntft done promptly and Tk guaranteedHesdence on at in c of and Colrax avenue N CnCNTY ABSTRACT on Improved farms and good olty Make nvestments for i bmvinsr money to small or larire It you want to buy a farm we can sul l Aba tracts of tax tihowlnp xoa by telephone yoo Diri Court Meetings every ovaainK at Woodmen Vislt lana L ANCIENT OrtDKB OF UNITED WORK meets the aad shird c M Tbe fourth KricJ N f i H curuiaily wel COVELL CARPENTER and All kinds of shop work neatly and speedily Shop in former glazing room of Graves north side of Office with new Mills Pipes tone Cmll or telephone 632 Twin City Eatimatea jfiTen and contracts taken for all carpenter Nasal CATARRH irv SHAN In all Ita tiicre should be Elys Cream Balm soothes and hfal8 this diaenacd t ratarrh and drives a a culd Rnlin is placed Into the aprencls tho meinlireiriG and ia Tieliefia im invliiite and a Jt ia not drying cii not pnnliico Large 50 ccnie at Dr ur by mail Trial 10 ceiitH by UK AMKBKA fvtry Momlay j j KLV 50 Warren k it tlio Woodmen hall on Visiting Wooflnivn will be A A in Bell tfcff Monday on or beforR UN moon AU riaitioK Mazier will oe cordially oi1 puritan very Thursday oveniDtc at e CMd IVHows ViwltinK hts invHed to meet wth us in iiUy L o A S IF YOU WANT t AKMY Of THK Thoumw meetings third Wednesday of ViMttiriif coin rudest invited to flQittt wEh JuHN Womens Corps No Ill tlrnt and Wsdntsday MJCT Real Estate Accident Fire Life Ocean Tickets tiy oallon errtorlH K D F LOWS Hf Ll OKP K R O f Of D fK fj ti Vvsttinw brotfbers HDBBARD A MERWIN Real Estate Monday morn ing peaded guilty to White is Moores utlorney and it is said that there is a urpose back of the plea of Should Taylor be freed by the jury it ia possible that sensational develop ments will follow and Moore may again change his plea K Clarence by Valen tine and on Friday commenced suit against thr Pere Mar railway cnnpany to obtain SOOO For damages to strawberry plants caused by ires started by Mary Beattie has been granted adi vorce from Beattie on theground of desertion and n on Klias by Hammond has been granted a divorce from Cora Belle Harris on the ground of extreme THB CIRCUIT The petition of Mary a iking for a partition of real estate and nam iug Eugene John Greenamyer and Clara Fisher as de has been diemisaed on ac count of a technical point in the make up of the A new petition will probably he The case was ap pealed from court by Jacob of South and Henry Geminder have been granted un inJune res ber or otherwise trespassing on certain property in Galien A bill of complaint tiled today asks for a proper An arrest for IL serious offense endfd bappily Monday when William TeifTen the and Mina the complaining were wedded by Justice before whom the case was The ceremony was witnessed by a number of who took up a collection and purchased two kegs of beer for a The parties in the case are residents of Benton township and are They could speak no English and an Interpreter was Teiften back was arretted on ihe charge of bastardy but the trouble was settled by the which appeared in be satisfactory to all Teiiren back is 31 years old and his wife PRIZE FIGHTS HERE Chicago Sporting Men May Come to Benton Har Talk of Opening an Establishment for Glove Contests Between the Two Plans of the In the sporting department of the Chicago later Ocean tcday we Had the following A cheering ray of light has pene trttled the clouds of woe envel oping the lucal llbiic Ii came in the shape of a report from abbeiLlLg llml ere loujf ic is liUe thiit the kuig nth oi Iho areuawiti be allowed to practiee Ihtir gentieart iu the o Uiut It appears there in a extant ia the btate of Miohipan permitting tenround boxinfr and certain athletic promoters have resolved to lake advantage of this A section of ground between the cities of Jo seph and fienton Harbor is considered a favorable location upoD which to erect a clubhouse after the Tattersalls for the purpose of holding glove Mulochy the local when officiating iu a series of boxing the street look notes f the favorable condition of the trround for erection of aclub When the new project was broached it is said that Hogiui suggested the loca tion in question for the proposed new hoine of forlorn fistic faiis and his ad vice wns acttd Should the plans of the promoters be brought to a cessful issue it is certain that crowds frnm this city would patronize the new fistic BS objec tive point is only three hours journev by rail from Representative Hopkins Favors a Prohibitive TALK OF COMMERCIAL Thin on t louutry litt HIKht OPENS IN FULL rl Inaugu rliu He bouts at Joseph during carnival about three years sions of the prospects of a war with Russia by those in life to imlicurp that Hie Iu Suitvs permit to the action of cxirs govpnuiiciii imposing a iliscrmiiiKUiiii a in iM Eiiuilly pTuhibiti ve AniiTi i iinpuris into A tiiit muhiiig is let the Ililt States but Lo njriM the arbitrary or Ruyriiji by siuh a lir on KussUui as to out uf this Prtsiiloiu Mlrnaily has au thority to Jo bin of tongrcss are in favor of which Jif nmnan Uiorlty in the Hopkins nt la OIIP of these Ho said The president has authority to hut I am in favor of oxtemliuu should have rnaximuin and tariff ami in the pvcnt ui1 government ilisrrininating iradc we should retaliate aurh forcible manner niakt1 n unwilling to maUtu second of this cannot the action of To do o be to admit that that cuuntry he ripht to supervisory over the of this rmtn It is a iiirtit of all gnvernuKMits ro Impose iu ailih Monal duty on Imports coming into Us jiirisdlitinn export duty is paid by government within lenitory Mir or Duties nf Uijs kfmf ply to all and nlr 1MV Cage has hold prop erly that rrefViPnie smn hy Itnsriiati lo oxnnrt ami iluty levied is in no a iMsrnniitia Bur discri ntinahd arbitrarily Therefore noihiim hut to It js we have more j lose than as our nxports 10 Russia are than tni from Russia to theTnited linr the Russians need our agricultural ptements worse than we need tluelmr actcr of souds comintr from Russiii and I bfijrve f first iiiont or reign of King Kthvard was opened by Ihe king in LK majesty was a corn pan by Queen the duke of York and Corn wall and the duke Con naught many uf the roynl The kings was in part as fol lows My 1 and Jen lemen aIinfis you for the rtrsi ut a ut i nat in i ml I he tutin ny is i mi inntliL we ve so ififiii and which Tall Ill wlili JJIH Millar sever y on my My hiidvfd during lnr l IT world of a inufiiiiti should Ii my cirrieL in In litr tMx inililh Jiinl privau ll lllrWill Fieri Marsha Tired of Delay at i SENDS NOTE TO MI Hi A th 1 trus u hi the l life i he led prue lcli n i hi voh d an iiu ivtl 1 of t h sai tliat rene adifor thiiiv vedly at yo ii pr I tit au th a l Is Coiuil von of gjlieti lnplats giving niuet de cided impulse to the negotiations be twi en the envoys ami the gov eminent is in letters re Iceivid by CTjcial the Ameri can commands General i at the bead oi Kjencn In the noic u Ton ini to the un satisfactory ot the for poa anil to i course it will iiniiai v he necessary to resume military operations on a large especially the The gen erais are notified o naye their ready to move in two weeks and to be for expedition lasting eighty The military officials that the objective of liiis expedition is Sian i Fil where the imperial exiiiri iiinl is The rnifilary oper have ation liy Field Marshall Count von Is set for the in j of the of eoniso will not start if the Chinese CIHIH their j senses promptly am comply with demands of the particularly that iKirt nf them referring to the pun ishment of the guilty JiKlg navuijing from their past Chang Chih Tuns anil his codisturbers t inj in tne south may advise the empress to in which case a expeilition to Hankow simultaneous wirh tlu military expedition in north will probably reveal to the nese Ihe ei ror of their If it not for the influepee of Chant Chin Tuns his who constantly working with tlirdcxragpr the mattev would alreadsliee of n Chlu kin b In alli ha will i h 1 pl ed by be lii l i I le RAILWAY KINGS TO TESTIFY TrmiilMfiit Mr Appear li nelif i testify before transportation l Prontf en and tinanciere will the suocomuiiuee oii of the industrial com coal in sue Accitntomntl to fmm fot Indian dogs have been at a premium In the the demand for them being so great that they were bought up rapidly at prices equal to those which a good horse would fetch elss All and conditions ui men found their way to the gold re and nobody troubled himself to inquire into their but in quiry came fast enough when a was in Here Ihe value Tis in inverse ratio to the it has been found that dogs accustomed to complete idle the rcpeal of some of re and tv ill niMv in conference will fail to become a law nt this ses if the judgment of several mem bers of ihe and Means commit tee Is There is no disposition on the purr of Ihe senate or house con forces to yield anything to each other and both sides controversy are stubbornly contending for their re spective More or less bitterness Is manifested on the part of the This pecially Is true of the house conferees who are contending for a right given to the house by the to orisin3te revenue meas eans corn bill repealing some of the war revenue This was adopted by the and when bill reached the senate that body struck out all after the enacting clause and substituted an new meas Tins angered the open tnreats U refuse mission in New The dustry ami the financing of railways will be among the subjects disetrssec The following are expected to testify genera manager of tbe raiT will I linerclyde lion against be I die at astle on the New Ontario Jt Western TIU Sir John road president of tot Prospects of MllnsMrsL her hiisl Krie railroad AlfiPd war taxes are i on laSt UP A A war eveinie ness eun bs utilized u Th the drawing The hoiiae Ways and M mittee drafted and accort he expresident of the Reaiiinj railroad ent coal operator A presi dent of Coxe independent coal operators se retary Coal Operators p banker J presidrnr f tlle rpi Norhern railroad Thonr j as comptroller of the Deu againfit Henry et le ioK them from cuttingaim when the Canadian to send a police force to senate bill were j Hty meetings of the confnrence committee discovery was made i appointed i Cape Boer com mando has crossed the Orange river in the Phillpstown U is report ed that Dewet was in Van VViksvleix was occupied Mon day who ret from Ihe Boers are reported iu force 24 j ver Rio E miles west of chairman of the classiflration eorninFt A Boer convoy of wagons and j teeEastern Trunk associatfow prisoners has been captured north JF editor of the Wall of Tbe Htrathcona which from ape Town on the British steam er ISrie aud was prevent ed from lauding owing to the steam ers having missed a tide and being obliged lo anchor off land ed the Albert doi ks in midst of much enthusiasm and cheering and the shrieking ot steamers A considerable crowd awaited tlie land ins of the The troops at once Street editor of the Railroad Gazelle L Giriao president of the Old Dominion Steamship company Matlorr president Mallory Steamship and Stephen expert accountant for reorganization railroad de the An aijeut went to the most extra session partition of the land among the Klas ner OHara OHara are the plaintiffs An execution sale of the property of Harry Lardner of Ntles was conducted Saturday at the court house by deputy sheriff to satisfy claims of a Minnesota MARRIAOK Edward Lizxie John Minnie Russell likely spots In the northwest to pur chase dogs for the and reported that he could a dog that was a dog for any price within the limits of The government then sent out another with orders not to be too particular in his The according to Burn in Forest and was a company or all sorts of creatures call ed They were quite civilized dogs for instead of going among the Indians to purchase the agent went down to Lake Superior and bought up everything In the form of a from performing poodles to the pet dogs of barbers And the strangest part of the business was that the purchase was not Florence Benton Many ol the turned into useful sledge and the dogs of civilized man were soon in competition with the native One set of fine about the size of large Scotch none of them weighing forty drew a load of pounds over the ice ot Lake The sledge was always started for Lawrence Carrie Anna RESORT T ADIES OP THE Bsntoo ttnetni O Brat third if inontft at members wilt oe wal line ail county Somi speciul linrKl proporotes for looiuod m flonlcn i tn and TAKE IT TAKE rr Daily Palladium For ai the News SviooesBors w Bounds REAL FIRE INSURANCE AND Offlneln PofitoiBoe Bentoo Pete Mnrqneltn tn Ballil One Grand The Pere Marquette will break ground Monday for a new re sort hotel at Ottawa Beach to be ready at the beginninsrof the summer It wil be three stories and will have a frontage of ilrt feet ou Black The present resort hotel there will bo retained as an and but once started they Itept it The a would out of encourag ing them by voice and by a system of Dogs previously educated to other bmiiness acqnittfd themselves adjust these signs of an agreement ications congress anvwiy rees arc more deter r o force the re ding that the pressure of the rivemie re d to some extent as house mined rhan to ronrp for til1 peal kuv is relievt with congress in there wou ii spoure the wunlrt meet the pe In more respects present proposed FuMIng a retired aged HO is Lhe latest victim of session after o plenty of time to J of a bill ienianrts of the peo than does the folding He was killed the his home m this The supports of the squarely on the floor bed did not rest and In some way the heavy top of The bed the edge striking Stewart and severing his spine at the sixth cervi cal In was re ceived in Chicago of the sudden death of Chester counsel for the American Kovenment and legu ad viser or military governor In Ma Mllll i a i is to IH Ui Not iUlliiBrf New The WOkd Yale faculty lias abolished the iiie is oT rning a huliiiav to the mjilersradiiHtes on tons Tinaction of the rti1 ulty has Ixciteil much discussion among the undergraduates and an tempt will be made to have the duv I His 22 is annually the lay j months 1 H when the Yale sophomores wear i Manh IL the months touring hats and carry canes for the first and when the rush the sophomores and take the The fierce fighting at the fence and in and about the campus has made the custom unpopular with the Ppip ilinnalre over flfry years next monlh to Miss a pretty ihiiin a bank where she has she vvis nineteen years is an mphaii at present i nf an aristo and is a and has Alter weildmg oil ilie will spend several 111 New Th Marrti Ocas carnival bpgan with ili Momns Th city Is full of and the League of Building and Coun cil of Jewish Woodmen of World and Louisiana bllng here augmenta the The decorations are more elaborate than and the merchants have rwn blned In the illumination of the streets lights being nn Ores In Ior a number years Palmer house and two in the Great att Trnch TlTi is a Chinese arm in Florida where the Johns have gone somewhat fcxtensivpjy into the the new structure will be stable enough I shipping their product o J to be an nilyear round should company wish to make it the ter minal of winter boat They have made a success of Bentoa Michigan ley prart low In Chicago antl was looked upon as one of the city s ablest Trmp Filipino with thirtvsven woiits and eighty men of Fifth snrpriswl General Alejamlrinn and Colonel Vtlla mnr ai A ft Is reported Colonc illamor was but he managiil to effect his Twenty four rivilry Ii jrses and sornt arms were tured Northern all believed to tmva been of incendiary were dlnrov ered ithin an The damaan Bt the Palmer nans but thfl losses at the Great Northern aae esii mated at Mint Ht Since czars return from lAvxiln the A royal ac cepting the nsicmition of the is momentarily There was another meeting the tln der the Of inp The provincial governors tele graph that it to The h troops and the are more serious and more New Six of the Fut ton Market scboon ens which left por a week afO not heard from and fishermen IB port fear they have een to They include the the M the and tin An nie ries a crew Barn of the bnats twenty Krf won the one mile skating rac frooi Clarence the amateur cham pion of The i John Ntlsson did an csshiW Uon miSe in 45 Pfnth cal police have dlaphiyed unuaual There twn nmnV searches and these glren to storlee of IX Rfc i prfndrnt of state boaH I of banker anil former e nf SprinifieM IP at his aged 61   

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