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Weekly Press, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1908, Saint Joseph, Michigan THE WEEKLY EIGHTEENTH YEAR. ST. MICH. JUNE 25 1908. NUMBER 15 ILLNESS OF LONG DURATION CLAIMS THE NATION'S FORMER CHIEF HOSTS MOORNHISDEATII Twice Elected of United Vigorous in His As- and Author of the Fa- mous Expression Public Offlro Is a Public Yean a Distinguished Private Citizen. to The Daily N. June ver who twice served as president ot the United died suddenly at his home in this city this morning While It was known that the ex- president had been in poor health for the past three and had been suffering from a severe attack ot rheumatic gout and acute indiges- at no time has he been seri- ously and his death came as a complete surprise. Attending physicians declare the immediate couse of the death to be heart failure complications with pul- monary thrombosis and oedema. While Mr. Cleveland had been ill from time to the announce- ment of his death came like a thun- derbolt to those who had been watching his illness. Last night there was a slight flur- ry among the friends of the Cleve- and suspicion that something waa seriously wrong with the ex- Bresident. N Mrs. Cleveland was at home when her husband passed away. Ihe children are at the Cleveland sum- mer home at Tamworth where the former lay sick for many on June and in- tended to go to their summer home as soon as Mr. Cleveland had gained strength to travel. The former president died in bed in the second-story front room. Those at the bedside when the end came were Mrs. Cleveland and the three physicians. The only other persons in the house at the time a number of servants. It is believed that the terrific heat of the last few days contribut- ed in a great degree to the sudden death of Mr. Cleveland. Mrs. Cleveland is prostrated and only a few of the sympathetic neigh- bors have been able to see her. When the near-by friends heard of the ex-president's death many of them hurried to Westland to render whatever assistance they but Prof. West and Prof. Hlbbin and the physicians had matters well In hand. SUES H LOSS OF TOE VOCALIST ASKS DAMAGES FOR NJUR1KS SUSTAINED IN WRECK Mich.. June 24 thousand dollars for the loss of her singing voice Is the sum demanded of the Saglnaw Valley Traction com- pany by RelU M. a tal- ented vocalist of in a suit for damages filed against the com- 1 yesterday. Mrs. in her complaint charges that while attempting to board an Interurban car at Carroll- ton for Saginaw last October. motonnan started too soon and she was dragged several hundred feet. She declares ehe suffered sucn strains and Internal Injuries that she has been unable to sing since and that her voice Is permanently ruined. CARNIVAL AT BURKHARD'8 HALL The Young People's Society of SL Paul's church will hold an American Carnival the in Burkhard's hall. The carnival will be similar to the of last year. Dancing during the even- music by Zeklnd'i orchestra. will be 4n sate at the different booths. Save Jane tor the ot tun. CITY ORCHESTRA CONTINUES TO ENTERTAIN LARGE CROWDS IN PARK The city orchestra continues to attract large numbers of people in the city through their after- noon and evening The following program Is arranged for this Pet ot the V. Bawalle Girl Who Threw Me ..........Gtmble ft Burt Medley of Rem- ick's .......Arr. by Bodewalt Lampe Original Turkish Tro- phies ...........Sara B. Egan as a ................John F. Barth Concert of the ..........JohffT. Hall Two-Step Victor Morlce from II Travatore....... .............Arr. by St. Claire Two-Step Medley Afraid to go Home in the ............Egbert Van Alstyne Fred Bengel March-Two-Step. Rather Two-Step Than ..............Bill Remlck Pro. March and Two-Step. Kill- arney .......Jerome Schwartz National Air. LOSES LIFE Two Drown tit Man Gives up His Lite Searching For Body ot Boy at Young Girl Pertehes. MMMEOJinO JML OFFICER PAOET HAS STRENU- OUS TIME WITH GLASS. BLOWER FROM IN. DIANl i _______ Last night Mike a glast- blower from partook too freely of the flowing and be- came to an extent tbAt he unable to navigate and fell In a heap lu an alley in the downtown district. He was taken into custody by the night but in his limp condi- tion was hard to handle. Officer Fisher placed Sherman on Officer Parent's who in miller fash ion lugged his heavy ourden to the city Jail. This accused of drunk- enness and disorderly conduct. Sherman was brougtit before Judge Uracelln. who in lieu of a fine sent him to the county jail for fifteen days. June drowning within a period of less than 24 hours Is the record of On- 40 miles south of here. While bathing In the Ontonagon river Oscar 19 years was caught in a whirlpool and drowned before assistance could reach him. David P. 33 years a member of the searching party seeking Russ's body waded too far down stream and was himself caught in the same whirlpool. Russ called for but rank before as- sistance could reach him. He is survived by a wife and several small while Wester was the only support of his widowed who is left penniless with a large fam- ily of little ones to take care of. June bathing In the Tlttabawassee river at near Elizabeth only daughter of James C. of that was accidentally drowned yesterday. She got be- vond her depth and was carried down by the swift current before companions could go to her rescue. The body was recovered two hours ater. She was 14 years old arfd a student in the Dice school Justice of the Peace John Crawford will lold an inquest. Grand June An unidentified bov was drowned in Grand -iver in the north part of the city about 9 o'clock last night. Os- car who saw the boy go made an unsuccessful attempt to save him He did not know the who seemed about 15 years old. June body of Edward Smith was found yesterday in Portage lake not far from Red Park where his hat MABEL PERLICK ALMOST DROWNS WUILV IN BATH. ING YESTtRDAY mm IN UNDERTOW Carried Out in Deep Water Strong Insufficient to Be of With Sister's Life. Caught in the swift undertow ot the laka near the south pier yester- little Mabel Perlick of this city was rapidly carried out into deep and would In all probability have drowned had it not been for the quick rescue by her who runs tho refreshment stand near the pier. Miss Perilck was in bathing on the and was supported in the water by a life preserver. In the treacherous undertow along the the preserver was of little and at Intervals the girl was drawn un- der the water. Captain Andrew of the yacht and Miss Perllck's brother noticed the strange action of the body in the and immediately went to the rescue Captain Crawford dashed through the while Mr. Perlick ran along the pier and plunged into tho water. The brother was the first to reach his unfortunate and with as- sistance drew her to a place of safe- ty. Today she is none the worse for her exciting experience. The timely assistance was the only thing that saved the life of the young as the water at the place she was rescued quite deep MUST USENJERJN SAUSAGE STATEMENT OF ARMOUR WIT- NESS IN CASF AGAINST STATE FOOD DEP'T..... June 24 Wiest is hearing the arguments in the sausage case of Armour Co. against Dairy and Food Commission- er Bird. Suit was brought against the state officials to restrain them frcm threatening to prosecute cus- tomers of Armour ft because It was alleged the company was violat- ing the pure food law. Armour ft Co. is represented by and boat were found last Thursday Charles W. Nichols of Vic- morning. Why dont yon get a tor M. Gore of Benton Harbor and R. W. Shauman of Chicago As- sistant Attorney General McOtll rep- 22-et resented the state in the ruse Joseph F Seng or Milwaukee was Steamer Wolverine leavn Drake It Wallace's dock daily at a. m. 2 and B p. a two-hour trip on the beautiful 8t Joseph river. round trip. 6-20-d-16t WnV don't yon get a Sunapeet Road The Press tor all the news a witnets for the Company. who has been engaged in the manu- facture of sausage for many stated that he could not make com- mercial tausagp without using cereal water. The state claims that by using cereal and water the sausage becomes adulterated and eonse- quently It sold In violation of the pure food law. METHODISTS WAST PASTOR TO COMF BACK FOR EN- SUING YEAR CONFERENCE IS HELD Fourth Anneal Meeting of Church Held Last Are Elected and Committees Appoint- Superintendent Pre- sided at Gathering. The fourth quarterly conference of the Methndist church convened last Dr. D. F. Barnes of District superintend- ent presiding. A resolution was adopted urgently re- questing Dr l-'erce to return as pastor the coming year. The two years of Dr. Pierce's pastorate here has been marked with unusual suc- cess. The congregations are large and regular in attendance. He a marked faculty in securing tho co-operation of every body in all the enterprises of the church. The church and parsonage property have been extensively improved and the cost provided for. Over one-third of the present membership have been received duriug the pastorate of Dr. Pierce. The following are the officers ot the church for the following A. W. Wells. Ole George James M. J E. P. Robert Wm. A. B. Morse. Ole George Ol- W. B. Samuel G. M. Dr. S. W George Arthur fi- nancial Mrs. George Bel- Sunday school M. J. president Epworth Mrs. Harold super- intendent Junior Mrs. W. R. president Ladies' Aid Soci- Mis. M J. district Ole recording stew- W. B. Church. The following are the committees appointed for the On Foreign Mrs. C. E. Mrs Eva Miss Elva Home lira. Mary Mrs. H. G. Mrs. William Sunday Mrs. Emma Mrs Martna Mrs. Clara M. R. Robert- Hugh Dwlght Stark- E. P. H. B. Elsa Freed- man's William Ernest Mrs temper- A B. Morse Mrs. George Bel- Mrs. Nellie church Mrs. George church Robert W. B. Church. Dr. S W. Benj. George Robert conference claiments. the stewards. RECORD HLMHR Jl'NE MOVEMFNT OUT OF BUF- FALO REACH TONS June 24 big car- riers were chartered today for up- per lake ports. They were the Bul- garia and for Chicago at 40 the Whitney and for Duluth at 80 cents. Coal clearance from Buffalo last week were tons. This brings the shipments for the first three weeks ot June slightly above the 400 OOC and it if expect- ed that the total shipments for the month reach tons This means that for June a now record will be established for the port of Buffalo in the coal trade. The record of shipments from Buffalo for a single month was October. when were ship- ped. mm ISIOCH Km VICE PRESIDENT CANDIDATE IS REPORTED HOLIHNG OWN June tive James Schoolcrart re- publcan candidate for vice presi- removed yesterday from the home of former Governor Herrick to Lakeside a sufferer from gall after a somewhat rest- less is reported in an official bulletin as holding his own. If the patient's condition con- tinues to the bulletin It Is not likely that an operation for the removal ot the gall will be necessary The state that Mr. Sherman's abstemi- ous habits have given him much bodily strength to resist the ravages of the disease. mm m In In In uniformity and In yon will find that the Blended flours GERBBLLK and STRANGER GIVING HIS NAME AS NEELEY ALLEGES ASSAULT HIS ASSAILANT ESCAPES Declares He Was Lured to End of Pier Last and Attacked by Unknown Was ly Cut and Wateh and Money Ta- ken. Staggering and weak from the loss of a stranger giving his name aft approached Officer O'Brien at the Graham dock last and exclaimed that he had been robbed. His face and clothes were covered with which sported from a bad cot on the tem- and the stranger was brought up the slide and turned over to the night police and Chief to whom he told his story. according to his in company with a lad named re- siding In this walked out on the end of the and when near tho end of the alleges that a man Jumped up and attacked him with great violence. He says that he was knocked down and pom- meled and that the lad stood by and watched his assailant do his work. He claims that all his money was also his and in evi- dence of the produced a part of a broken and a num- ber of empty pockets. Neeley claims that the lad enticed him to the end of the pier for the purpose of having him attacked and robbed. Two or three young men who hap- pened to be In the1 vicinity of the pier saw a man running towards the and then heard cries for help They to the from where the cries and found Neeley bleeding profusely. The young lad who happened to be Neeley's com- panion started to run when help ar- but was captured after a short chase and brought to the city In with Neeley. fro police the victim of tne robbcrv did not seem to be very arxlous to push the case. A good description ot his assailant could not be as the pier was verv dark at the time the asSault committed. It Is not known how much money was taken from Neeley as he had Ittle to say regard- ing that part the affair. The man whom Neeley claims lured him to the pier for the purpose of assault and was not as he gave ample pi oof to the officers that he was in no way con- nected with the commission of alleged crime The vanced that some ESIIIE m ADMINMTRATOR OF DOLLIVBB' ESTA1E MAY SUB FOR MORE MONEY PARTIES CANNOT A6REE InahUlt.v to an Over the Amount of Money To Paid Over to the Cause ot tho Controversy. June law fcuit in prospect ever the estate of the late George Dolllver. In case suit is brought E. L. Cur- the duly appointed administra- tor will be the plaintiff and L. R. Wood will be the defendant. The threatened suit over the inability of the two parties to reach an agreement relative to the exact amount of money that Mr. Wood as custodian of certain belonging to the late George should turn over to the administrator. There Is a difference ot About between them. Mr. Wood expressed a iivgneu to turn over I2EOO even while the administrator de- mands as a or m lieu thereof proper from Mr. Wood to show that he has ex- pended the difference on from George Dolllver or wife. The estate ot what was left of the received by Mr. Dolliver on January from the Claflln in the settlement then effected of a suit which Dolll- ver had started to break the will of his first wife. Tho second Mrs. Dolllver died IB and Mr. Dolllver a month later. Out of the the of was paid to tho two who effected the settlement for Dolllver and was allowed Mr. Wood for his in handling the Dolllver etc. It is claimed by the administrator that the original receipt disap- peared on which endorsements ot moneys paid by Mr. Wood to the Dolllvers before their death and that on the receipt now lu evi- dence the exceed those on the original receipt by the total sum of For instance on Jan. 30 Dol- liver drew according to the administrator's reckoning and according to Mr. WoooVB reckoning. On February 3 Mrs. Doliiver drew according to the administrator and per Mr. Wood. On February 4 who was getting rid of the money at a rapid rate according to either is charged by the admin- istrator with having drawn and by Mr. Wood with The administrator and Mr. Wood refuse to recede from this position or make additional concessions and a law suit seems Inevitable. Pros. Atty White has been at- torney for the administrator up to this but in the event of litiga- tion the administrator will probably be represented by Attorney Georgo A. while Attorney Burns will probably represent Mr. Wood. The heirs to Dolliver estate are the two infant children who are now with a sister of the late Mrs. Dolll- ver In Texas. There has been friction between the administrator and Mr. Wood ever since Dotliver's death. 8CHEWLH STEAMER MAY GRA- The steamer Mav Graham will h'ad vancea returning leave a grievance against Neeloy. laid and awaulted him under the at 4 30 cover of darkness. except Ktags EASTMAN SPRINGS BATHS Massage both local and general electric light electric water hot blanket rub and other hvdriatlc treatment. Spe- leave at 9-JO a. m. and 2-30 p. m. Roturn from Landing to Penton Harbor at lltSO a. m. and p. m. Steamer will connect at Landing with Internrhm ears fw Eau Cmfre end Benton Harbor. Rates ot Be each way ht-' NEVEfc FAIL manufactured by attention QOSHBN MILLING COMPANY. prescriptions given to physicians' tween Benton Harbor and Kteft Graduate nurses outclass matter where all no Battle Creek Santtartvm In control. f-22-d-tt Landtag. Intermediate way.
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