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GRAM) RAPIDS HERALD. WEDNESDAY MORNIIW, OCTOBER 1892.
firmed, Nestle vs. itrota laettaa aotauauy; r."odoo e. McKaieey Cb. - v. Braataa); ia r miaU Hmun f. Injtyef . r a F. M. re.. way coutpauy. c aUef ft. tttewle . .eaoo ve. t i jii fa. Fluajiug, Th.rloy iLa en.. K it. urdKiVtr Lum Ur c ttaj llerllord Iron M.uiog cut pea tr v. Casaerta Mmaf oosa party; ft. Mcr.aii ceutrai fcu..ua luMa, Metea . Jerome. Kiferei, :U fe. Rviy iJ.aer ve. Bali Mi U coaspsuiy, Hail V Micn.geu t in Iomiuh company ; WintMB . PuuLpe; CtiAlo., vs. Jeufca A Co., m .1 Jouneoa; R K tva - i. . , . M 4 aa....r i;J A lo., VS. Mfflt, CoOtOIJUi boae i.uaiber cuinoeuy, Luad com r VUu.steee; Preot.s v. t .c N : ee. r laoM A Co.; u.. board Water cuuiunssiou- erv Detroit. (u Feoyle ve. Dunatrom, correction; Ml end respondent diSCtiargeU. . v Ky.vls f S. b.aUiij llfMa Ml ALA, Uil. . . . .s lata in, order ecat.a, s AAA. i el AA.Uc!. la i'err go Jr. fa. Keealer, certiorari il.aili .eil . iu Ueeon vs. v.l.age of Gladstone. MadUi JS denied. 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About two week ago toe man and bis wife separated, ttie womau returnitiK to her mother. Bef n'.y hat mice been unsuccessful in a number of attempts to effect a recon ciliation. Yesterday he met the woman on the street and again tried to mduce her to l.fe with h;iu. I'pou ner refusal be shot at ber bee time, three of the shots taking effect in her body. Bev I r y then reloaded some of the chain I ers an 1 tr.sd to commit suicide, but the it wd that had assembled prevent ed h.ni from arcompl shmg his pur pose. The woman was carried home, and now lies between and death, no hope for hr rec ery being euter taued. l efeny is in jail. ICXIW LOOaX aOMCWHKRS. Ftrmen' Alliance Members Want to Know Where the Money Has Gone. I -smo, Oct. 4. The State Farmers Alliance met here in KepreeeDtaiife hail today w tti an attendance of about ISO. Ju1ge V K. Cole of Fowlerville, candidate for congress in the Sixth df ll pres Isjot of the orgamza U Ms, an 1 he reports the order in a Hour sshins: condition. From other sources, however, it is reported tnat great disaatisraction exists with the members of the order and that an ac 'inting will be demanded. No one in particular is charged with irregular ity, but the amount in the treasury has hsjM IfJSjtMtd fr"tn nearly $1,000 to less tnan 1200 trttbia the past year, and the members want t- know the reason w.iy. The session will continue h tomorrow and pofsibly longer. NEW TON DSCLtNSa APPOINTMENT. He Ari;t the Verdict at the Ba.lot Bos in November. ' v , H t. 1. iovernor W nans tonight tendered the nomination of iie ronrt j'Mt.ce to New Ion by srttwMMl ffJMiwSjsj I r xponse the foi low:ng tei-grm from Judge Newton: CoaceA, Out. 4.1 in gratefji to T"U for the honor ycu would confer on m. It implies trust and confidence, ftsjl I mils decline the appointment. Th t: trni now to election is too - -al nilof U) ea uabie serfire to the people on the uprem' murt Ni erki'ce is to await the ver tn popV tne ballot boi an-1 , will it. take the honor at their I so. Is. Wrtr.nv N'iwtos. HEAVY DAMAGES Awarded Against the Lake Store and M.chg-an Southern. Mnwanw, Xt. 4. The snit of J hn H. ''onwsy ai I i s ivs s-i-i J A P. h. railroad coos pa rr es bss been slessdsd. Tb so is MM brought to re covr dmge for beiug injured in the frightfui re i road asMldent iasi Norem ber at r i n 1 . ' , . ear ioiedo. eausrd by a eoi. s oo f a F . P. M. r With the ( ci ca outh- i r ,o -g . ftpasJsal, fr m h -sg-.. The rt.-e s.i n taror of th- F s P. M. aa ie.. n. frsw h' iteha. e s . y td PfJS V A De FVr-'s (Vfcesw VeriWl fHerr v t, all at tawm. IS a ' SVaftP The c.a.maut was avardrJ f- , , wbicn Use LaJae 8kvnre eoaipsuiy 1 feuvetopay SoiU for damaged aggre aI in 3o0,000 are pend sM M.&higaA Waman Dead. L iivKi.A so, O., Oct. 4. Cirace Arter, the young wife of cnarles Arter, vhiu hsvwt, tuilesl hersei: w.u. posOT M ;aj u.g .i at a board. ug h uso on Laae street, and was not 4 scorercd Ats i'. s ru-jr:. jssg, a.u.ougn she 4 d m urriue agony. Tae busoand gafe s poAit.on the efeu.ng before and :aud tnat he tti go ug tfl PI Isl aft a Mrs. Arur ;s supposed to be from 51.cu.gan. On tne mantel in the room r.re ane died was a note diract mg tnat uer body De sent to No. a32 l..verio -:.crtt, Ptftflt, for tur.al. Ar'.er cou.d not be fou-id and no cause : r the su.cide was ase-gued Mrs. ftjrftaf fa a Ottt twenty years of age. His Baca Broken. Bat Citt, Oct. 4. Frank Edwards, eiup.oyrd in James Davidson's srap raj !, Wrt hAy ty, was standing witn jus back aga.r.st a beam this afternoon enrnastick ot t mber smpendea by a cnain swung around , stnE ng h:m iu MM fiomacft. He fell insensible and a p'.ya.c.Au who was summoned found I eXAiu.uat.on ti.ai the uiau s back was brokeu. Edwards l.fed but a few D .ites. Fight in a Church. Bay Port, Oct. 4 The trouble which has u-en brewing for the past s.x months in the Lutheran church ofer ire organ. "t, resulted in a regular knock J'iwii and drag out fight at tne GMM of services Thursday. The bat tle was fought right under the puip.t aud reeuited ;n many blacA eyes and i . oJy noses. Seventh Day Advents. LuMsl 1 I ' 4. The annual canip meeting and conference t theseveutii day ad ventists ot Mich'gau, which has sfti B at Ke.fidere I'ark fr tne past two wt-eks, came to an end Hi ht. It was pronounced by the eloers present to be the most success tul annua. gttLtrmg in the history of the cnurcb. killed m a Mine ! ft ftWftj Oct. 4. John Piper, brother of ('apt. James Piper of the ( olhy miue was killed this morning. A holt bucket bail broke when utai iy noiated, letting the bucket drop 2J0 f-,t m No. 10 shaft. It struck Colby, cut nis leg entirely otf and the rck crushed his head. He was 23 years old and single. Raised the Certificate. Ann Abbob, CXt. 4. Saturday, a stranger giviug the name of George D. m th, psK-d a raised certificate of de posit of the First National bank on the Two Sam4, clothing merchants of this city. He received a ta.t of clothes and the balance in money for the cer tificate which had been raised from $10 to o0. In Bad Shape. Ja ksoh, Oct. 4. A woman giving her name as Maggie Johnson, a stran ger to all, was found in a suburb of Jackson by an otneer Monday witn only a waist and a skirt upon her, about to become a mother, and nearly d-af from the eflcu of chloroform. tShe was taken to the police station and still liYea. Until After Election. A nx Akbok, Oct. 4. The docket of the October term of the circuit court was called, and "went all to pieces." Judge Kinne, by request of the bar, iu view of the approaching political campaign, passed all the juiy cases over tiie term, except thoe criminal cases in winch the defendants are in jo- Ionia Prison Contract a Failure. Ionia, Oct. 4 The state board of prison inspectors have considered the furniture contract at the Ioma prison. The contract has never paid, losing from $8,000 to $10,000 a year. The board proposes to get better prices or to cancel the contract, hut has not yet made up its m nd which it shall be. Back With His Wheelbarrow. Mt. Pleasant, Oct. 4. Henry T. Walsh, the Mount Pleasant veteran who wheeled a barrow to Washington to attend the 0, A. K. en:ampment, has returned. He walked the 900 unlet in thirty-two and a-half days, expend ing j'i on the route. He is M years old and in better health than ever. Killed by Lightning. Tbfinton, ct. 4. Imnng a shower yesterday lightning struck the G. A. K. hall, going completely through it and instantly killing t'naries Neff, who was sitting on the porch in front of the budding. The side of the building wai . ou-id'-rably damaged. Michigan Postoffices. ' WaasTJM ros. I ct. 4. Michigan post-ni-i-trrs commissioned Henry I.oree. Keuwick; James Butt, Talbot. Post office site chang- I Murphy, Baraga county, two m;U cast, UftCgaft H. Hchoueweg, postmaster. rOswn, F'resjue Is!e county, half mile north, Anthouy Kwiltfci. postma'ter. Star route established Glen Haven br (Han Art-.-, Hurdickville, Maple City :--. m to SoiM railroad station, tweuty-one m.ies, and back, six times a week, by a schedule of not to ex ceed sefen hours running time each "7- It Was Loaded. Ft Taw-., Out 4. Ianie Passing- ; ham was so'identaiiv stit t , rough the j breast by his helper, fliilie R ng. who l.il not know the revolver tie was i banal hag was loaded. The wound may ! not prove fatal. Their Ooiden Wedding, br srra, ct. 4. Mr and Mrs. Sam. , ne! Morn oterve1 their gtIden wed d ng anr.!Vrsary M)ndv- V! r. M rrf I t:ie tew rnu n ng hard? ;. o ,er wtin hrft e ttled southwestern Mich gan. Mich ;an Pensions, H srrisioTOS, V. 4. Pensions grant- ! ed Michigaa applicants-. Original Johr iunnm MMaftsaf), John J. Hapn, riiarles Fi ;ott. August Hend r eh. vTithasn Irw n. Th- nias J. K rk, afsrra N a ro, Usasigs pas - sal K. Cranson, K-wiwel, . Ihny, rion h r m, Jonn Paul. Add.tMNM a nil Harnv R cnard llsye Iowell. t iT.stopher F. I an' eft, Daeid ?. ftardo. Job a Cft Dnter. Will- i , , I v : an 1. r M IV h te. Ueorgfj TtMMwpeon, I -n as 1.. car. Co Msrt. l"i-r-i- v I IWck- wth.VVni H "T'-r h at It I in Tayer f Maynard Rulte, rwan trrt, 1 ro as Qamhaiifh. Mrrt Fne er. K mn hi' ns mi at,. 1 at an Vrv Rofttva. Austm aears latnav r ns rairr nttrs 1 oaj T -- wnN ..,. - ........ MR. BEID AT BOSTON Grand Ratification Meeting in Music Hati. SPEECHES BY REID AND HALE Rouaing Receptions O ven the Candi datea for Governor and Lietenant Governor, Hale and Waicotc BoTojr. Oct. 4. Music ball and Fauuiei ftall were both ifiasl to ofer fcisfiaj tonight when the rtpuu.A .j rat. Tied tne.i stale and nat.onai nomi i.st.ous with ringing speeches by the Hon. Wh.teiaw Ked. uofernor Mc K.i.iey, l .-utiiiant Oofafflg Haie and tne Hon. Kogcr Waicolt, tne two lafttaf beiug nom.nees for governor and neuleueut gofemor respfClif ely. As soon as the doors of Mut e na i were opened there was a rush tor seats and mauy who came lat-r were tftaaklal to hnd standing loom. Hon. W. . Barrett prts.Ue i a. id was flanked by a large number of leading meu of the party upon the platform. After a short introductory speech, Hon. Wiulelaw Keid was pre sented as the first speaker of the even mg. As he stepped forward he was given a most flattering n cept.on by thu large aadicnOa, wmch was ju ck to n de the sharp points of his address and bestowed frequent applause. Mr. Ktji'1 began i thanking his hear ers for the rowpwoa tendered him w hich he did u -l presume to think personal, but simply accorded him as the representative of tne grand old party, whose achieyi ruents he briefly recorded. Continuing he said: "The republican party is now in power. The country is peaceful. 000 lantad and prosperous teyond preced ent. Shall we therefore make a sweep ing change? I'p to 1 ueday last it was no question at all for our opponents. They openly and without disguise, and without exceptions or dissent, wanted a change as ahrupt and as important as can well be couceived. They wanted to reverse the old revenue policy of the government since lshl by a change from the Amer ican idea, a protective tariff, to the modern English idea, a tariff for reve nue only. That would mean a shock to business and a disaster to lab r that would exceed anything this generation has seen. They wanted to rev- rse the 1 ..al policy of the government since Isol by abandoning again a part of the national prerogative of issuing money breaking down the heat currency this continent ever saw, the national bank uotes, to subttitute for it the worst state notes and sluu plasters. That would nit an a shock to all banking and exenanges and an inconvenience and loss to every citizen. Our oppo nents denounce as a sham the reciproc- ty treat.-'S, by which we secured new markets for our products in Central America, South America and Europe in return for the free admission of su gar, coffee and tea to your breakfast tables. That means unless their pro fession of principle ie itself a sham, the closing aa.n oi those markets and a high revenue tariff again on sugar, coffee and tea. That the democratic party demand these charges everybody knows. But something ha happened. Since last Tuesday they have been de moralized and almost on the run. It is obviously truthful to say that Mr. Cleveland sets toward the platform of his party as if he were afraid that if he would venture to step on it he wou-d bieak through. The three vital points in the platform are state bank currancy, reciprocity and the tar iff. On two of thorn his letter is absolutely silent while he writes all around and about the third. But he does tell us that tariff reform i.a still his purpose. That is to say the business of the country must have no peace. Everything must be once more unsettled and the whole tariff must be turned out again to be tinkered by a congress of that party which at Chi cago declared by nearly a tw '-thirds majority for the Enghh as against the American system and pronounced pro tection unconstitutional. He says that he wants to change things by reforming the tariff. The party gives pledges !; the country as to the sort of reform lis congress not Mr. Cleveland, but its congress would make a tariff for rev enue onlv, any o.her being unconstitu tional, fie tries to quiet alarm by say ing that tree trade is impossible. Cer tainly. England says the same thing and maintains most rigidly just the sort of tariff Mr. Cleveland's plaltorm demands a tariff for revenue only. Qualifications or omissions can blind tne -yea of voters to the fact that how ever much Mr. Cleveland may regret it as an honorable man he is bound hand aud foot to the platform of his party at Chicago, just as all the world know that he is today Sound to the car of triumphal Tammany in New York. N"Vt r sfaai IfM l ave our opponents disclosed so plainly the real spirit that control? their majority and their actual noajacty to comprehend their coun try or their time. At the conclusion of Mr. Red's RBjwaoft ( rovernor McK mey was intro duced and received an ovation as he rose to speak. He devoted his time mainly to a d srussion of the tariff, and at kit eoaclotioo was followed ty I.ieutensnt oivcrnor Hale and Hon B IRI r Uoicott. who had ju-t add Ifjm I the meeting It F.inu t ball, to Vbick t laea M .$. Kr.d ai.d McKiuley were (ban Uiveo. Lcuisv l e Races. Lot isvu 1 r, (K t 4. The results of today's races here this afternoon were as i i ows: F.rt r-ice. five-eights of a mile T o I 3aki w'm ora ''1' coud, Queen i.t'geni tniru; 1; t e, 1:04. 8 "nd. thraa-fostrWii of a mile Redma won, Hal vat ion second, Braoe iet t.. rd; time, :lt. Third, the St. Leger mile and a mur ter walkover--"mt--r Keg wo;), u.sii Chief second: lime. 2 :."vj- Kourth, one mile Proteetiofl wen, r ; . a.'ond. Gold Stone llmd, tmie, i I& Fifth, seven eights of a mile HJn won. t'ntie eecond, Henry Jenkins th r 1 t me. M S tiii, three f.-urth of a m ia f ri 1 n. H ajgaa sfjaood, Manatta ti r i . ume. 1 It, P.mlico Track Record Smeeaed. RsiTi. nr. ?. 4 -Pimlwo's Irot u or t as 4 today n-. ' i a , a ri row I ng tbe ftrH m e in th rinh sasw i 1 )7. faar tnan any pre in IS fx.-' rma Ca "r V,m t Her two uranpnt hal wr m't in t lt. Fi'a Vartnar had ne Ire n W nn ng tr.a i 0 lrJI n atr ght Hia. H.g (' jwa piaewd th- I ;' . r i . r.i t in nat ' par 3 O1 Ifm, v F a rtr.f on n-l MaiK.na i ' it I.. a N :.'-. r. 1 1 ..AWvod e third , bel tiaae. 2 ! 1 i. ub ho. ae iAkc of '2,uou for 8:50 I .c h Mason won, Conway .J cari.e I. t:..ru, best Uu.e Hawthorne fats Kacea. Chicaoo, Ocl 4 Eeauits at Haw thorne LoUay Were as toi.oWe: r ret race, 2 year-oiJs, Ihrea-lourt of a m.ic Hu Bsniaabiid won. L a second, E.k Ko gut third; true, 1 I7. iaaoud, baud .cap, nine furlougs Loreuto won, 1 ti-.es secoud, Patrick tairu; time, 1 57. Third. seven turioogs Oregon Eel. pee won, Piaae IniAe second, Lspera.ia third; time; 1.3o. r uitu, one mile Coosignee won, Forest kmg secona, Governor Adams t.. rd t. ..r- : i Y an, tnree-tourths of a mile Grey Go s wou, Sao Pueblo sccoud, d o.ra third; time, 1:1a. B Ctft. selling, three-fourths of a nule Emperor Bdiet won. Fan K.ng sec ond, Kosemont third, t uie. 1 17g . Morr s Park Kacsa. lift Yokk, Ucl. 4. Kesuits at Mor ris park: First race, tnree-quarters of a mile The Ironmaster won, Julian aecoud, sr.c tn.rd; time, :ldf. Second, one mile Kussell won, Spec ulation aeoood, Kdkeuny third; time, 1.401. Tinrd, one and eleven sixteenths of a mile Cynosure won, liabolo second, May Win tn rd; t.me, 1 4s Fourth, three-quarters of a mile Helen Nichols wou, Governor Forsker second, AjaX third: lime, 1:11. Filth, one aud one-fourtn miies Yorkville Beile won, Candelabra sec ond, Pickpocket third; time, 2:08. Btjf.ll, three quarters of a mile Sport wou, Girotla sucoud, Marshal third, t.me, 1:11$. Gloucester Races. Gi.ovcestkr, Oct. 4.- First race, five eightns mile King Alta won. Black Thorn second, Washington third; time, Second, four and one-half fur ongs Car deal won, Kenue second, Lyrist third; tune, :68. Third, seven and one-half furlongs Surplus won, While W ings second, Pes t.W nee third; time, 1:3SJ. Fourth, six and one-fourth furlongs Lost star won, A. O. H. Second, Salis bury tinrd: time. 1 :S1. Filth, five eightns mile Running Bird won, Maid cf Blarney second, Tom Karl thud; time, l:02j. Sixth, one mile Hett e won, Bobby Calnan second, Telephone third; time, 1:48. Bicycle at Jacksonville. Jacksonville. III., Oct. 4. Today's races showed ti at Lumsden has no su perior in the west as a racer. He took the half mile open and the five mile open and then won the piano. Johnson is evidently the inferior of Bliss and Githens in competition. Johnson did a fast mile considering the fact that he was not up to the limit, as tome of the experts seem to think. He bad just come in from the hve-mile race and ridden hard. As it was he broke all records for the weft, but his owu, cov ering a mile in 2:13 flat. He was paced by Rhodes, Githens, Bliss and Lums den. Corbett is Willing. New York, Oct. 4. A reporter of the United Press called on James J. Corbett yesterday with regard to the dibpatch from Boston, in which Sullivan is quoted as saying that he was desirous of having another go with Corbett. Corbett said: "I am surprised to hear that Sullivan wants to fignt me again. I had an idea that he retired from the ring. If he is in earnest, as a matter of course I wi.'l give a challenge from him precedence over all others." Yesterday's Base Ball. At ripveland a a a Cleveland- 2 0000000049 3 Ch entfo 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 - I 9 3 liattertea i larks m and Zl.nmer, Gumbert and Kittr die. At Pittsburg I b r. Pittsburg 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 6 10 12 Louisville ...0 0030 I 000. 642 Ustteries Ehert and Miller, Zanders and Mfrrltt. At In Hsnspolls a s Cinhaatl I 0002300 1 8S6 I St. Louis 1 1410110 9 15 7 Butteries-Sullivan and Morphy. Oaruther. BrlKO aoft Huokh-y. i Ar New Vork she I New Vork 1 0201 000 2 6 10 1 ftraaMagtea 2 10100000464 Batteries Ruale and a-, Mtekln and Mctiuirt. j Second game a h e New York 3 I I J f t ft-IU Washington .0 00010040 5 11 5 Batteriea-Rusie and Kwiag. Klllen and MrOlllre. At Boston she Boston 0 2000 2 44 2 Baltimore .1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 4 t atierifS Nichols aud Bennett. Cobb and Ounaon. At l r ioklyn she Br oklvn 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 1 0 6 10 Philadelphia 1 3 0 1 0 0 1 6 8 I Batter, ss Stein and kinslow. Taylor and Clements, Th l.oncrat T-nnfl. A ttinnel, the longest in the world, has been projected and beg"un prac tically under Simplou to supersede the famous road over the mountain con structed by Napoleon. The "Route of the Siruplon" is thirty-eijf ht miles in length; the tunnel w ill be a trifle less than twelve milea and a half. The wagon road is ft,."Hr2 feet above sea lev 1. is twenty-five to thirty f''t wide. crosseartll bridges, and passes through several tunnels. It takes right or cine hours lo cross the mountain by the rafQa nal. the tunnel can be traversal j In three-fjuartcra of an hour. The I power to run the drills, light the work inirs and ventilate the tn:.si is to bo derived from the rivor Mnrr. e rv-xt. la eatimateil at about II. .40.000 a mile. Hnmana laagherieE-. Si'tnc yrnrs arothet:rfort ne rsf'ie that haJ Keen st apart 0 provide the u rld with lcrf wrre s!atlrh!ered by means of a hoavy hanmr-r with which they were wtruck upon the head direct ly between the eyee. Ii was a cnirl met h' mi. hut it appeared for a time fta jc the only way. Later the mctbo! was i hanged and th ra-r bevta wen atn;n7 ap by the hlnH ieg and their thr ats ware cnt. a p'an which v.s serij ftsMftSaT than the other N tv Bet tlaod 1 as set the world an xscnpie la hnanity bv adopting eievtri-Mtv as the xktt ftftfl ti !ota end TaM rattle are shockel Uy n He- tri lattort. and so MstUertly withal that thev sre not vn a a f tfvir derurer and so die ewaiiy aad happy hn fed'-a.- a c..-,,-, ,r after ravT r!te fv has prrpa r-1 -1 f mni.-l rompaiii' mi by worrieo. evtnded frnn ta7 as taaA It it hrde fifty -fte aH mi Traa fifty 'hra nwnr (-praa arvi t- rrtr a t- - - a, - . -"nsT S"d deta hest pwrra for )eo av n- t m uoel yt Kr Wp -.t sWaWftl sftftftaftaft aaftat Vr -mn Fraa immin f n r Vrri tv ryt . hr h Ui i r f -ea ajaj r a . - .!-. r - hor twotKee r-.-a gy M nei.' are eriwaarteea ta sftaeaw let M0RBB00MP0BA&T Demanded by School Men at the World's Fair. IMPORTANCE OF THE EXHIBIT School Teachers and Artists Protest Against Stjw..-. It Up in a Gadery, They Want 200,000 Feat. Chic ago, Oct- 4. To protest against the preaeal smalt allotment ot apace tor a l.oeral arts exh.h.t al the WtaTssl fa r uear.y Dtty educators troin u Cer ent parts of the country met in the board of education rooms this after noon. Teiegram and letters from as many more were read. Hdufktvti Uia a llctmn. The teachers and educational leaders of the country are fery much in earn est about the mauner of secunug au adequate amount of space at the world's fair for an educal.oual display. A meeting ot educators from many plait a of the union was in progress this atlenioon at the ro nis Ot tuprr nten Uenllane, in tne city hall. The ob ject of the meeiaig was lo make a de mand Cog sufhc.eui rpace in Ihe budd ings now couplatad to accommodate the educational exhibit which the schools of the country are pieparing, or else a separate building fur tne ex- Caller ur the Me m(. The meeting was called a week ago by a committee OOOMttUsg of Proi. W. If. Hailmon of Indiana, Superintend ent I. ane of Chicago, William A. Ball of Ind.ana, Henry Sabiu of loaa. Superintendent Wells of Vic nam, and Prot. J. H. Smart of Purdue I ni verity, Indiana. Tins committee rep resented the Nat.onai Educational asaPCiat.'OOi and It sent out a cail to all the letdi. g educators of the . in try to come to Chicago and devise some plau of action which would pre vent ttie educational asbttftt from being stowed away in tne gallery of the man ufactures building. Uant at Lraat 200,000 Feat. At the time the cad was issued a week ago the world's fair managers uad reduced the allotment of pace tor the educational exhibit from 200. IKK) square feet to 60,000, and was about to confine it to the gallery, as mentioned above. After the call had gone out this design was reconsidered and the matter de ferred until trie educational ml- rests could be heard from. Tne educators responded pretty generally to the call, and when they convened at 2 o'clock this afternoon were prepared to pa.t resolutions demanding fair treatment from tl e expos. tion management. IF YOU WANT A RELIABLE AND IX Dl'ST RIOTS DoMKSTIC PIT A NOTICE AMoNd "THE HERALD'S" DE Sl RELETS. QL'ICK RE Tl'RNS. COST INSIG NIFICANT. Kea Lea;a Sfrrded. "I tell you it requires a good deal of practice to be able to stand in the cab of a rapid-running passenger train and fire coal into the boiler," said an employe, in speaking of the risks run by train men, to the Burlington Uawkeye. "The engine rocks, sways and fairly jumps at times under his feet, and if the fireman doesn't mind his p's and q's he is liable to lose his balance and be flung from the rapid-gaiaed train. This la more es pecially the case in rounding a curve. Tbere. if the balance is lost, the fireman raaj be hurled from the train. I re memVr a l ase in point whirh happened a comparatively short time ayo on the Fort WftyiMa A fireman was flunir from his engine one dark night as the train was rushing along. Of course, he was soon missed and a search made. He was form 1 and. wonderful to say. was not seriously injured, Olrla' Doda. Pmall Son Mother, I don't wnt to wear these thinjrs. Mother Why, those are suspenders Small Son I know I NaptaMl - be p ittin' mc in dresses next. Good News In rrlld-rrT Kemark. Ethel--I had a EMShsflssf to-oay. and I read a lot of your old let'rrv Oeorjre Pid they ure the pain? Kthel They did: I alaraMsM re'.5ef in counter irritants. i ruth. Tre roratv'ieaa- The Waiter lief perdon. air. but- ' abem the jrenta here usually rmm ' t my arv' 1 he loiest (pocketir jr sll the rhsrr j Do they? They ought to be taore : rhsritab.e and fr-rget iu Bostoi ; aiobaa AT 1 v :A tASANT E V LAHES MEDICINE , m a a. BaWw tV f m. - - . . ' . t ak.. rk . AN OLU SOLDIER ! lntcreating Narrative From an Inmate of the Soldier' H .tne. Afflicted for Two Yeare aud fim Months With a Severe Lung Trouble. Spent Hun ired of Dohara in Try ing to Obtain Ixalief. tvrm wl iao ti. . k.. re alitt 1 uU u sunt ut;ii.v tlaiu luat.iaU ia-i ass. o.. o! thera tiad lost an area aud acr es Ihr Siuit'.e fc ut ttt ibM lai aalr 1 r itir) riau last tlur .rd tr m mr . eucaujboiirbi. abi bQ'aiti ia wrwuj tiiun t u lue hud tiir iruui u ticui. w L r 1- -a aietiaettfe piecr a-eraiiu t oraue Hat'tta T lU'lulfU: IB lcl,.l... ru 1 Hit ear ot i 1 nc . teu. "I :.f f r mw a ' t'--in ir.e la;t war, aaid a gru .ir.i.an wbe eras pot u: wilt a Men. a ti.a ikttr caUo4 Ll aHeutloa te l ha C urea b'-ueal.. t!. I! o.iU.xe. 1. - ' t;l 1 Uv bit Irr. li ink. at of ay hat le h iu.N 1 iiia is a o nai"i s ui ut. eri'm It 's ver? ere4 tab.e 10 poar aartai Wisniet sea lotnat - et ii'S oidi' ra' 11 ow Taelo e':' at.trmr. i k Uiadc t aiss leareftari r lea Ga)t ao: u.ars v Zachari ism ee, F Id er.' Home. F r ln yeitrt aud fle mouliia I afllletee wlta very aevert- luu tr in .'. 1 tmdanek.y gi: s arp. sfiooi de la.ui 11, t!i eftast am uader ik s io Mar tadesa la leel; e 1 il lilnes la l!i aaeel lh n. o hi: A ebeei.-a. an a t ...- t-aw a.i 1 sfaaaaatafl "1 Sial ever rata nundred dol ars 'a try nc t" tji ai a relief but u rr lt 1 I a i ahc u'id do me any fteoa. 1 treat-d (r luuc disease aud was toid tbat 1 tiad consuuip ties). "A few weeks Stfo I not'ea-d ttie advertise ment ot the ( oi'eUnd Ma-d.cal aatltate oRr- tai bee reami'-i.t i tfeeea wtie w ere saSei 1 ttwi any rbys1cai comrlaim and I : ' 1 the laatltota for treatment. t that t n.-e inf hreaih w.s ao ahort that 1 ef-uld a d y cl m a pa r ot Htaira. and rould u t valk a f tta tame without b-C'mln: complitely out ot breath. 1 nd a sort- throat and sal tratiy f otn hoarse. ,caa. "t uder t is tie tn eitef l'ra Copeland aud Gra am. 11. y eouah has iraoti entirely d sap Mar d. and my breathing has s tmttoved that 1 ran c Imh three inejh? of s a ra v aav troub'e. My bodUv eonilti- n a improved, and the h a e-a 1 :ii whir 1 sufier'-d hf !.-n ;rreat it reitevee. i am am:--'iis that eery snfTVrer ahcti d o' ta n tfts aamr relief, and 1 usafee this atxtement t te i .t-.ustit-d for that purpose. 1 th nk the :t H mt-nt I have received has been aondrrfu! l i Its effect a and I heartily aasnr eer b S I r taal th-y will make as mat ke it th. e I the physlciaas of the Copeland M'd 1 las 1 tute." UNTIL NOVEMBER 1. Five Dollars a Month Only Will be Charged for Treat rnt for Any Disease. Have you any physical aliment If so. why do you ii"t vck mellca) ass st a:. v ' Here are em'nent Dhya r ana who are trt Inxal pat. cuts ior all dle ta-t aaa saanctaa only -tai a Be .th. wiih r.o a t.'i medic ea Is your hrnitb w rtk le to y u th ..$ ' Prrhapa y u are a ready uu.ie 1 1 at ie . wit" aom- Htaer inysl( Un ano ar- getii if as sattaf .ci I D. If so. eseresaS good mUmct and common sense and c land snd orabam. while yea -an n-1 M tr a. USUI for any d seaar for pyeft a niim ft, Don't Forgft lu Five doMars a m SSYtft. attft mcdlr'ne for nlsiied free lot a i diseaaea i ravidiac you at p.v before the Ut of ftevatal . pra. t ape land and Graham sat and do cure catarrh. Iht-y not onlv t-eat and cme t alar - a, Th- y fre t anrl cure thrt v J b tr ai a . d cur I b u ss I liiy trem and ru r i reaealtua They trat ami cure u a tr. ublea, They tret and i-u e f start hai desfoeca. 1 hey tr a and rure Bi-r'- cyen. They tr. at ana r r- Skl i di- e. They treat s cun Th'-y treat and cure In morr hide and all rec tat tn 1 bey treat und core a:i ess a s "ses. And for :iny ana a.i el Ubese tli- pr.- e i y ff a sjkm th A rid medic rea are furnlahed free. This offer is go-i ti : November 1, TAkl ADVA.NTA F tF 11 NOW. TREATMKNT BY MAIL To ttie PuM c The ayat,.rr ma 1 treatment aarsasd by Bra. Cope aa a I Qra:aai I the same effective o-aults to it t who desire to submit their eaa a Ubrasalb rortetip ndenre aa to those hi crime in per son. Ther -miea,on bsaaa ' U property fli ed out. w. II diaaaee yo: eaa Id a Wiftr. nuili way. and. nif H'- bhi are pr T ah.) ped twees iivlBk out O UrS fltt bmo tbe same advantage as those wl.e none ft i 0 fflfe. frlte for the treat meat by mail. md e-re f r e. and r. v ir f ol the most pai lu nd nrnoyi i f I a- - 'n tb- rataiosue of ha man li s. ie- T i ( - - ft! 'na'ifn'ly Located et 192 East fulto Street. Don't Prr;et It $5 A MONTH. All r'icnu unior Trfa'mnt Kft fore NorembPr 1, WtU bo treatad un'il curri for t5 00 per month. Tnis inoluia Consultation, lis. ralnati' n. Tr atmpm and JUaari for all pan nts and for all diseases Ccpeland Medical Instltatj, ' Io W H. UUN s. Ji. 1 I H M I. i.KAM AM 192 HAST H LION ST. riier rf SheMrm. OKWI) KT IIS MICH I ' ' a 1 ' t n- n r r - - t t r t. ' - a a r r. - r . ,., . ... ft" Tr-'-ai ; a a. narh LeWfJI id K f. ra OSSr-a Wfoll h . t a S r " ti" se r t ' 1 1 a tn ftsft fe faprsiej PEfssai -as mwmim pills , sm . -ar. - ar a I mi--:. . it.i'..riS(lBaVaaIVM PCRELr a laalaeai .1: I H; t.Cl I Ccureia. and has been used N tJ ao .t v .kit: : . -.. ii All mat; 1 of hliw d.tic from tbe pes tilers ua Lttie bail oa your uoar to t r wo-t Cioea ci inhentrd Uoosi taiat, sue h as SscrataU, F ha mas' - n. Catarrh aud SKIN'QrINCER tea attaai aa4 ftaia liaw u - Mat : L . Aliaht.a. 6a nR. MILES' NERVINE Ttere la Borkliif Ilka Um kCtTOftaTlW N fc. R V ! ft E ' ' 0t I'nLfS, i' uuim ati aaraoua t rrar , aa Haaa,i.. c tne Biuea. Nonoui . tfor.. tloeplott ness. aeurla. St. tfttua. Dance. r "a e id Hreeevta ar) tittwooi are tt in UMtr p u. a. a mt aba saautw aea oud .tTmI. We fct-ixa rJu .-.-d ,f t 1 . axiataW hr Hi ac tn-mi Ar(t v . t.. .. . : a , .. aa.rtaiiia lias a '' aasaw a 0.. e.u. ut-. s '. i-.e a. a 1 .. a u. . . kad." II F . Waao a . c N ' ' EaSSM aad book of laasianaalala . M aruaajtata. DR. tSILES' MEDICAL CO.. Eiahart.ina. TfttlAi, liOTl a I MR When"o!J Sol" tr Drink Hires' Koot Beer. Whrn dull care rrakr l,t Drink Hirct.' Rtx t Ltc.. Whrn u fed a I Mr dr , When uurriTi .;:duon't know why When aith thirst the chfldfen c , i brrc's a w ret rtart to tr Drirk Hire: ' Root lleer. A re mi hKitase sftana : vcgjiooa. Sucb C0KDCKH3 Makes- an evsrv-nrv cirr.-n . - of n IsalH -nc lvn-ry. Pure aad uixkorne. Prepred With acr cara Hifbeet aw ard at ail Pure ro : iqiosrltosya. 1 p.i i are makes r- Isrfe p r A .1 lipitatiuns anj insist hai g the NONB St rM hranj. MF.RTF1 ! l" c twesjaj N Y. tbe D'jtcti Process No 4lliili-- ni Other ( hemloals are nae4 tn the I reparmt v n f W. BAKl.l! A t.N reakfastGocoa afdaeaa a ., ., u rre m mf . ' It beeaoeri ra f.eaea fae '-eu. of a roe. aatawSl htarrli. asfayayfajad SM r then eeae eeef -a,;. unatilKf . aad aseu.V ai1 hr -ee-r f" W. EAXUL A CO . Dorcheet-T Maaw DRUNKENNESS ate th Maaaw Sta-Waa eittH wrras V latalanMI aw Mejla Fes area, V, T erf aa ire (shbpi ROTAGUN or r rri(NIC ' m 0 e i i ' at ' f i i - MMw Mat aa 'r a. o-t.-Taaf efu r farta i a ie v i a i' r" !tm nf abe ainsaanea " e t' "-a - J If aj ' K E NY O NTSn faf faVMsB aaftftMa A eaEfja-i t. HlliiHW;iaiil:l.' ffR ft : i irr netotcal. eot io it ,. asa o.e. Il WIT! tr rajak -4 s t M f e - -a a- a n- tasfef N ti at. a li i r i 3 3ft etasa, pacstg, twa Nft P g i aS.a7fwtl s) aSRraftRaTv