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) VOLUME III -NUMBER lOd GRAND RAPIDS, MICH , MONDAY MORNING, Y AY 3, lH8c. YE CE TO IT THE CAPITAL I HE DAPPER DEFT DON THE WAGE WOHKthS GftYEST Of IHE GAY i v'DIhs AND SOULS. DICK KINGS CAPER BtiBalarlj Bwcmmi fr,raa44M t k4S Ml li a t. Btiiiaw t 4. , ll. 4.1 ... H . M cupy L- t: J TLc li, uotj ot Par Be Reopened Hi c Dewertesd liaby. airs at Chicago. ai'icipaud ma H CtJ a. tuUt lU shu di - ol su utiua a pari r si WIS FOB EULT liCUIOK Of IHE HOME HOLE BILL I .1 I . - 3- - rn tt m of na huuM Mmjj a Redder Tha Mel)'!' C I mOSII w 'U S : Af wwmaity - i m mrm A ... . . - .1 ; . 1 nil id teal - i ill in the e Mi i. : - i' . !iv bal may dash 1U luruf. YeSWasay Mt aside for '". ll tve WAV to other ap dar I' ne Itplonsatic, .ropriation Ml judicial iry. civil, and naval i e may bo Mt 1 not corns up month, and it is tM will y little debate. of what has ir sessi n In to continue the dehwd, sml :iV the A PROLONGED DEADLOCK. I , rho I'. ill lha I abof i nu . . . . , - . m r - - ito4 morrow it is sgi i a sfu f tut all v and employe aver rything points a iny fear ; MBfWl! MM I If i la are i he de-nan ! f r t a ieol will aim I nners. tiru-i msken, ri ice Ir vers .- . ' t ti a !. r a.-- !.- P . .'i firmly hmr. w a it t 1 v r,rv w! r ' D lmot at n r.wi MV N v wv b! :.' ; "I t r t '-talaw ll I " si MWSI the. carry lug Ibci mi . Bi J .l,p- I ciSla juWWr if t u tu prewdcUl. H I I'. sent !!i an f:. Qotlo'lg about ll. VV . .i ! ijnt if the Morrison 'ari.1 f U : t D ii rat ' "I dou l think e can si in i on the Morri am bill in Mi higau l it a -i atui(act ry i. ) I t'if ; I '.. tur?r W Ml M r-' ix witti u bofMU I 0O MM r b-i w 1 1 it i t a i I - f r ;. im; rrt -u on Hi Am Ihr hill win ami all ! in i)aci:: way now oocs a (tret Mu hlaii ' ' ll strike at our lu.ubfr. salt, wool anl fiiii Vf 1 1 r 4 I v ii.i . i' trff t.ii- in ra mitrrnl in ! i nhwr "n' m Ul lot I'nJcr the pr.-M?n- Iam l-- in Ix- impOTtffjd ItOt Luiur-riue . are buying Ureiy in Cauala tnn itm .i i I lowUfcfj UMtt "ViT t the NJ ligan MW tall Is. A tu with t'ar r iue men will hri:i' vt i tlsel of l that wool 1 roqoife a :i.- t t rosnlt Ui brtag over it tlit-v wre ael U into luni!.-i Umteff the M Hrmoa bill we would not only W hart in oar liim-er tnnle, bur ;i Ufanlu would bs y ven loCanadiai HUUlufactOlOffi of lumber which w i 1 h irt th.tt bran oil of ihf b.Mineaa. t'anadian lumber would come !ire-fly into IIQpOtiliOll wUb. Amcnciu lumber Tue l nio ratic party in Mn-burun .4 ..! -: p- n fc-r v It i anuoi itan 1 on anv bttl Whlstfe, h'e t' e llufliWMI bill, unj-.lv k j.i OJI the old di." ruuinatioii aatutt thf !- I i ;er. th- r ir n -r an i the la( rr in th- interest of the MOOafa ti:rvr " dl 4 . 1 any I're-nl- n 1 ltticM i:i Mi f.u'an '" MJLWMtfkfl the far.n.-rf men hants and all i las of :.i-.n.--". men. I 5n-ik whereof I know when I say that the fait b in the I'resi dwAt ia atfaww and kMtln. Tta diaoatwfac' tiotyn coiiiiuel eniirelv to place eeker.-t, ar.d t those who need th patronaje to but!. I aw tboir poltticol fortaoot "Will Mi. hiun favor Ins n-noinina' loo ' "I have not a doubt of it. W have a very intelligent people in Michigan, and I think they appreciate and approve every de part. ire the I'-r-i lent baa made from the I.' ''e,a pr-e dents in the distribution : es If Km :i 4 1 porsowi tba old BMkbodk the last v.ate of tins i ivernment would li i leen w re than the tirs. and we niitfht as well have bad a Kepublicnn adruinistration. form woui.l bl trap Ho a 1'resi len-y '." ' I think Blain yond any doobt.' What is this AH oir professions of re mere pre'etise and CMW . Re . ins atid the will b the nominet- le i . r 1 1 A Ipjsj fi;i I I i- horse'" "There .4n"t be anythtn in if. I haven't .-i-I it. wo t I Strike the avra,' Mieaktaa man a ridtcol talk. B the wv, I saw an interview with the govern- r recently in which bospottoof the Kniarbta of Labor a- ivmg like a afora of wild steers. H- was ( i ss say in thai fOO DOQ only run wnli the h rd until the WWM -bOkMtad, when vou i ou.d turn them whOM would. The liotwsM will (tod that Umm Ml have horns. II. paaygal I WWjd up on one of thes horns Hs will Sad thai tha Kaifrbta at Labot bavo wmso to May, an l are not he b iblile b tWWMd thOM I ion have learn!' t te ticsr I rid saswalal priaripM of nvtaswaawal in thaii knights of LaMOC loWWalfailow, Which is tboi in union there is Strati ' They fuay make MMtakOB, but they will iiv-r breakup thaif onloo la our Sfa'e 'her are not an rest I esc as in some other localities, but ir , fly elenJin their MOOciaiions int evry part of lbs Stats i .-:. b - -a r : -i a ! the mining revions withis a few wer-k- VVf)4: - rhe p-i i .sjvn-r fortius fall is Mtehbjan. The DwwKKrats wul carry the Ptate i.-k' " 1 .; s - i-e an I 4 I - i n - DAN WILL STICK. a rui r-r i i nf n ar ipe t it' r ui' ir4 ". p.-4 r . 1 1 r May I improve the prk s i Ml T I - The LlUJr Oernonitrattor.s at C-'". c or.ati and Baltimore - Tha '-. s tor ;ht Hours So ra- Accomplished sVithjwt btoodheJ. li k !jlV 1 'i ! 'l t.ila. J lll.- -f tin- rrale an t l.aior aaaerubly was . fci-i to a. h more Ujau urdiuary ii.t-r4i U.r a'.tsndkm e was 0 .t SIliaM Un. A n MWsfJ t he abstract of the uccM ftl thaeajhahoii tuoveiueiit so far. rt-mark.r.1 that the it i' f .. hour! A i.--. - v t ri tb- 1 1 1 r v , h it tb linger was that the other cnie.s in the I ui'ed States w mid remaiu tehludand this might i oTipei t'hl .to to j. ha. k for a i ne I'Mffi there wi-re i a : lilhcultiea one WJH that t the Ua lr - v4 . . a ! ai - omi,. i-i raio.. .1 as ..ti 1 le desin i "Tbie u.tght be ret tidied by hard work on U.r part of th- 'a.'.- ajeuiNiits 1 h' more ituperatur was t:.e iUestion l wages, riome wawaa wataMy tha tuiuiture a uketi hd llaisted and wen- lltststll upon su a U an. t sa'-s and tawWwa SSJ . i .-4s- ol t ned .'i othrl 4 !'. VOttl 1 not Ik gratiiisi by the manufa. Uircrs at thin citv homelhitig m it oe done, Slkd must le none al once. H adv n d llie e-s-ishuiriit of an eiesuttve ighl hour i coun.il t.. keep the whole inov BMWl under coi.tr. .1 and help in adjusting rusting or arising difficulties. As the practical rsul's of the eighldiour luovc- s billias; -tated that the biawars. i ; i "". had saeare t a rcdatction oi working hours fraWi sixt.-i-u aj ten tiakers froiu fourteen and WStatW to ten furniture tuskers, eighlt-t-n afwai had aawaawsad la abjhi hours wwrti with law hoars' piy; elothina oottari an ! tuck pointers bad WJOWfsd BOOM ad- rawtasw Bmidui t s at tha s nth si lec th i iioe had Ml in-1 i l.-ht hours w .rk With nine hour-, pay; the 1 ntrrn alloiial Cigar makers I nion ha l rsdoced hours fro.u nine to -ight. the tesr barrel 'iiakers had i id hours to ten, and in most of the important bunding trades. u i as brica nakaca, rttnst matnnt. ramanlsn an! hod 111 .--. ight hours were an est ih ih- I fact. This had buen seeurcslhy Tyxgraph ical In ions, they having adopted a six boor tsaf in u: imposition; DMchiniata and blackaruiths had eight hours' work V tb eitfht hours' Pav, and the tit IMM important of UM pa. km ii MMM had adopted eight rs work an. I nine hours' pay. ThisWWi true of Hatehioooa'a astabdehnient, Ar- UOUr would inaugurate the eight bottl - b to taoerow and not make any r4'.lu -liosj tr .fii vagM under Hrhiiltlnr Waann raanofaetureta had sdopsad the eight hour Ijstein; butchers, fully LQOO in numher, w . d work Ma LiMssad of fonrtaen boora. i - . . al leading ilry gools houses hail volti !'in!y ::itr Ii; --il eiht hours work. At a masting at he striking freight hand Isn ' aiight, was siren! to .stand tirtn until the co-up i. .4 a. ci de to their demands. Ail Indioaf iooi point to an excitinn day loasorrow. Haavj foroes af polica and fire' hien will be kept in readiness at each Bts lion. It is fowled tooifjhl that the thoWSWOdl of str.Ktrs will luowe on tne Mci'ormick rwAj a w . hi .if Mean o'clock towsorrow 09 o; Slid force the men employed there to atdl wwric. At midnight it is stated that two hun d ed freigh' handlers from I wa and Wis sisin have bswo I ai ported to this oily lur the day by tile IJurlington road and that they have al! been sworn In aa depu ties. It is learned that the Company is boildini barrachs for the new men in their depot. Strikers are. threatening to blow then ap with dynamite. For trire- hours tonight in eodiary Speeches were made hy son f th leaffinsr ttiirite nf tho strilrn. and it is very probable that should the irnpany attempt tO move any freight to 4 that they Will he resided by (or. e. MsssMMMa laswoe Pmwm BaiTtwoaJK, May J. An laihiMM Uboe deal awtiwii n will he hei i in tips eily ay wKwrosr, onsisting of a Moostar para-la, foliow.sl by a gran 1 plewlc at SchantUB i- .rk wheeo a labor adlraw will f male It is estimate 1 that fifteen thousand m i will he i'i lin". an 1 while the rMWsoostration boatensibly n favor of th eiht-hour svs- 1 1 pal th.-re i BO QB in'tu ty on that pirti- ettlar point, hetwa m the various Koisits of Laworaea ahlkt, aol the !sh r ofganisa ' ons. :' irse ni inv :' th trades w II i intend f r t he eig!it-b ur, but there are main iiior.'wli i will . ep: a rlu tioa to nine hour, and. as in the case of the hutch-e-s nd trewers, who now w rk from four-te-n t . -i tteen h'4ur daily, ten hours will l aked Infacr, the b -s of butchers roWWTS haee alresdv virtusily agreel ! trn hours r the ,,. aacs to the :nen. The furnit ire workers at a meeting helii tolay received exn muni cations fi n. twntv shop. BMJplOJflllH men. that they wouhf adopt 'he hr hour vseni. while en si il and the jai men em- ph.ved therein will strike tomorrow. Two en..n'pr ayd joiners have asked for eight hours, rtfected acoaiatoniiee and wii! Ie ha we.J ..tp tomorrow. Two tbousand ran makers will denim! - fht hours tomorrow an ! as thwy wu-k by rti paoea their aVmn l wiM p-o'.afd be .s'- i-! f I la the N n Wdl aW tor 4 li f the company ie l ' unf r.y fl WB twtsisTsj ri i tueii aiid SHOT HIS SON. a 4 l.i. . W-u AaUraill 44 . i. It.. sk.m nasi Bsms hwas M Oh MB In ui.al .ptarrrl stth ?.!. ' Uof uitig, Aleaati'ler I'oUiils, an ol 1 and wide v rewvte-l 'ent the - !r, tatailv wound. 1 his wu i'eln, ho a aa attempting ihe part of pea emaket , and. aaWMMMB With muorar, blew out his 4 11 brsaUS. About h o'oo s this morning Kabul la Bps im d the rear duur of bis .-table and BMpwad Ulta the allrv. AJUjMWl directly oppospt- Was the atahii I laailia llain belt, and in thr daWf of th.s llwMi llawd John Hipsman. Ham. bed - iiostier. belwee.i the two old nirti -they were ImiiIi over stity lav a little heap of slops, thrown from neigh burins; kuheji. ni holla was proier a ! .: at.o-j! i. p'em.-es ah i li psinan had : iteiv htnhed his stable want la a osaan he.! of -and 1 be BBSBWhsijI pile ni Stops was an eyesore io r..Ui and formed the theme for an instant dispute. Neither IMha Bugiiah ami walthWf could understand the other. BihuUe being an Italian and Hip- man Clermaa. Hlpaasaa Ii aald la have raised a piteh fork, when Killla rushesl to hi hwawe and s-. tired hi- rev 1 nr. HfpfBTlB retreated to his stable, at the siht o! the revolver. Klhwlla followed him and direetly two shots were heard Stephen and Felix. Uibo! la's sons, heard the shots and i .ihed hall dresiMNl to the ene. They found the men in llanchett's stable talking atignly. 1'Im younger son Felix, aged stepped between the oootaelanta ii time to receive a -hot from a revolver in bit trtttier hands The ltihiimted father di I not notice the effect af nis -hot bni st tried for Hipssaeo, who was ntal'lng his escape, and hred two shots at him. Then the fa t of his fallen son MOSBOd to dawn upon him, and he stopped, threw up his hands, and cried odl "I've shot my hoy; my 'iod 1 ve killed my hoy. ' Stephen, with tha assistance of the neLdn !M.r-, removed his brother to the house, w here it was found that the bullet had en tered the young mau n right side and was Lodged near the spine I; bl possible that he mav live several days. V hen t he elder Ri India entered tha bouec he repeated. "I ve sh-' tnv bay, smoi la hie rM)tit, palled off hi- I M. Mil on Ul ted, put I he lairel oi the revolver to his mouth and tired, dying almost loatantly. In the general OOOfheiOtl his death was riot noticed for several min- we- Hipsman waa locked up to await the result of the coroner's bvj lest. THE PRESENT OUTLOOK. In. ll all. mis I'oti'l o the Settleiiifiil of llie 1 roul.lr Anionic Ihr P'sWSttMxjTS as ksrs .f Hals It . Mattert were (juiet yesterday anil every Indication points to aw almoal seneral return of the men to wo.- at the several furniture factories t his Bsornittg. The BMatlnga of the employers ol the Blhjh, Folding ( hair and Kent furniture eorepanlai thk Horning, will be watched with nOnaideiBblc interest ari I may reu!t in a general WsJhoWt, Ttie men are reticent on the siihjeet but have pledged the Mwelree to stan 1 Srwily f"r their demands. Slow X DWtil hnve granted slight in- r. ise to a few of tin ir men but the majority of them are cut to eight hours' pay for the eight hours work. At the Newaygo rnrniuire laclory the canren will in-1-t on an advance in wage.s, hut the other hands are reported ai Mtieffed. At the W.rd. n laclory the wmw ao to work tin Morning With IB MWOianea from the pro prietors that wages wiil he r.ai-ed as soon a- poeaihle. A, aoraproaiiea baa been effected with the employes of 7. F.. Allen's fai torv. The w irkrnen nt the Pt ninsular. witn but two evep iuis, have ileri le.l to continue work at their present hours and pay. The arrangement of the rrie-tley express w i.t c Mapany to ooejtinue tan hours' work iuiil the completion of present ion tracts has la-en cceptad ay the ernptoyse. The tlrand Rap di I hool Furniture eompanv nil! con tinue to run ten hours Fight BMW a! the mill f A. B. Long a Hone demanded 25 ceips advance, and we-e dismissed, SUN DAY SPORT '! by ltw ftll RntBiwstastS W trnlav The OitO a' sniff f tie MMBMWi MmoBlfs Itatsrtia 1 1 V 4 . BWOOKLTB, M , - f-ie ea-n '. r" to iav was one of pc i I r character, t!i" number of runs Mwdd bt n remark;. . . On sc BOOWt of WBrM me wn a!b on the leal half of the th hw ting i ne official can i waa a i InntBsr- I " Brook I ya ... 4 2 l 1 4 a ? Is 1 in. i.isli I ...iiln (L Mar I he t(vlav s ,.'. s follow. ' t i t s a o 'mf twe EOvXat.oii On f hie Important Toj C Being Displayed t trie Pt CMW a ClOsS Tab Kept On the An ticipated HesuM I !t s May - i4rsl ot raster .st-a eons will b broksn tulo MWsorros by thr le oaemug of iiriiatuent. Home ruls ts again ocj aaaryh sij bps, and .after sub - of geiiria) levislatou an hardly uieii Poiird FiU ru auipaiginug is over, and f.e resi.lt insy be suiuuied up in the single statement I hat the toman ia BSJWJ wheliniiiv'lv for iia Is: -ue rhe two gttat leaders ol the pes ion - llartiugton and t'hambei lam - were ue4er able to bring thi i own constituents up to the point af devlar nig against the 1'iru. . i I to- ..n nt ! fjgsj all. n wh . h paaWSB are found to have r. e o i on t.- e. t of Home K . a SSBBply BWMMMg. i be bulk id this eiiiight : '!iientof the masses must undoubtedly be cradited t the wi U- sj.Tead dieseruiaatiou of Gladstone Initial Spaet h When sinakers liberal or torv tame n. address the eir - i -y found the latter ur.4in m on Iff aell pontssl on the home rule bill, snd they had many clever uuesliotts ready, and Many a gSMMsttJ terio I a as 1 1 at .1 some rustic m tbs audience buritttg at UM speaker some well htting rp. grant fiom i. i i-tolies sp1' fi I he first Week of the new session will hear nothing of the Irish ewawlon aaospt private dbs itasiune between IndiridusJ uietuiiers. The afieol of lhi attraction of minds is niost liksly to la- la-u-et'n ial to home rulers. The contrast in ap pearance ..I U'rt Istoneites and anti i,:a l MtWMMM i rery marked. The former are jovial ami companionable, and the latter are glum and silent, hut w herew-r ituproiaptu di iis-ioii takes place home rulers m- variably base an audianci with hi a, and almost mvariai.lv win Pha speculation as to the si.w of the majority in Which the Home Ktlle bill will pass it second reading is intense. Fveryone of the Committee has immense tally iTllWtt head el reepaot fully "For ami "against Home Bala" ami "Doubtful." On these sheets are written the names of every mbfl 'er of Parliament. His location is decided cithei by paraonal utterance that he has made in public, ssaaraitoM Dareonally, glren bm hers of caiivassuig eomtnittes- o.nd by b.-st obtainahle information IWlteilM of these sources Thus the lore, a-'s ar- mm h more m curate and valuable than guesses which here made a month ago. The lists are cnanged every day if necesaasy and a.w.ir as soon as trustworthv information is ob tained of members intention to change fo vote. No partisan hoe or bars sre allowed to interfere with the strit t accuracy of the tailv i;t arm it is probable that t mp.ir,son .f4 the I ts of all of the various OQMMitMWI would not result In finding many .Lib rence Ac. ording to the 1'arnellite figure- there are hut thirty men ot the Li at ral OT Ksdical partis who can he riassed as sure to eawt their vote' against home rule, but in their estimate of tne result they call the nuiirr o ileserfers forty. Their list af probable atwawteai bbwmwh iadtMaw, but ttiey nth it twenty. 1'hiis. taken at the darkest view of the ease, that wih have a naj nt y in the house of HBty -eight, MM al their more CBtbusieWtifl inemters, however. OCssBdWBtly e'atm UmW w:II hsve over one lntndr.sl. snd they are making even teta that the majority STCBads OOC liundred by votesthat it falls short of it. There has een eSBMid erable disaptmintment in cer-ain i'.iarters over the fa t tfiat Oiadstone declines at the last moment to i. -hiwn to Scotland and BddlWM his Midlothian OOWWltWaWW Thacaneti giwan wee the ahstBnlc prwhibltioa Of the trip by his physician I'nere Wl J however, another rea-oii which pnibal... had .piite as much mllueme upon tilad st me as the qtMBtlBW of his health. He h a confident baJ a tne beglnfBlhg al Beater week thai the Soldi rcvolters could U swung into line by hie lieutenants and that the people of all Britain were quiallr studving at their bOOMB his booM speech, and he felt that it would be more Mattering to his personal (.ride, of which, it must h. rjonleaeed, he has a full share, to have the victory won by the magic of his name imokesl by others and without his personal preser i than to rush into lh field as thomrh he WM in fear that other wise iii- ho-t wonld be aawad Bw is alo now in peaitMW to ay t.. his late colleagues, who shamefully rJcet rted and afterwards anused Inm Yo i wswt to yonr conetltweate and to the other b li. lofeks lore ritaperating ese aid bring nur forth yonr heuneet argw aaente agaioet home rule ' I retna.nel at BOMB WBITonttd' Cd by Bay MfWdly end My trees and let the pop trot eray waww. The ipie have now spoken asxeeirwiy. Their attswwwce hs probably surprised paw, bat ii le made with no ancesteie i sand arid u Ii a rokw which it !eliHves every member of the HoMM Who looks f.r re mi tiOW, either near or remote, to hear and heed gwasMwM t4'i eewswwraee PerwettiMa xBt5. Mav J -Minister I'belps sr. I wife ar. i iting Kxhm Had at 1 pr' . f ' intcre-t m Vemin-irr. Mr. Foieersve ba been at ptioU 1 1 Mrb of the UmMB of f'flm m .- a I i m ' 'i: of tha rfwtiewai i Bt Kdlarney atur.av erening. s motion, Hj.parentlff support! tiy WW llswth o present, wss oflere-1 to eal mm hers who bad voted for Iburan. Ixvrd k-:i-mare s nnder arent. st the receu! p.ir iaw bsi s i-.li' r ifm'4 irstion on the srt of the Psrridlites - - Ibbmb n't y,n area, Faa . May 2 fi , itolsr btwn tin r-it Q rSM BS. we'aarl Reerrj n sssd the .(; T 4s Ms. The OmmmW of ! he ii k.s t at iL . s SSa . Ih-s- I'rayer trxutt HiUer 'Uutajhafa m.i ' l was al type tt uaduniii has itrfti ltia.tr ' eaaataesa. Ia4t m to the t-flat'ilsbtsl Moaart ll mass MWg and 'i mji sit It ups-ua Was titirl) The BohMd otleu outis IU thta . i. a . Mi utli v a as art GuaWWti'c evening uoiiceabir in the ev uins paotor t-Mjk h.r xi Jn Bet A B Met i an. his U-al 1 or nu. tbeJefoie gbuifs iu mui BasW4 sVad fW poui spun Whi.baie i. - and opt'iu-1 lh I . .t-i a ill. a (lower) allusion to th, iitsriu t t..i iitioit ol the new Vtgrtaipii., aio I. nt pi. s.i.'. Ii. tibes this city . He t .. .. . spes ... stt nUoii to the tact that ea li 1 , la) o .i. its place, the lily not ...... beciome a luiicua, or the biiiut.ie t la.h ot grass ii-sssessiiii; the eeahttion I" lr a itaie. slid tne fa I that mortals t new life and Imp m sstching thi nee gfosrth of nat.ire Krarything ie tht ma terial world la subjsxi to MW Bttd BB rtola lions are aeen. i'ne niel an nu I !hw out prestTiU I ciiiusrw 1 hi I isi-n tioll to the little k ii'.wledgr mi ii po-seas of lite m plants and the tuitiute orgaBMWM and infusoria, animal ami retahk WB ch BM found in the air we hf Hii V , we Hmh into the piohh iii.tl.t inon BtWWsWhla it hfWOMCB Men pay Mwraatei lion to their IxMl.e? than t their stsull Fvery care is taken bl Mfd, 1 bjihs pi snd pease them In tn.ni. v. - ttoi Wolidert ll stru tiire We matve1 al the nat adjustment of the 9(10 musclars ufthe SIO bones the heart with its ' ,OUU ds lit strokes, but little wonder or tioutht i-, ti to the soul The ikL emh i lie.i a tr ui instimt alien thei-. in MBhiWB Bg human MOM aii'f hums. ss !:: sJaa Italian art in the repriwim tc -n ., i and human la' es Now the pa.nt, f- iry n. i a' h the charm ter beaming trorii thi- lata the fir.-ek- shapeil only phvsnal i.;i j Kot so in the naadi ral ai vhsss Ghrha pi -l ureal as the ideal oi the , man, snd Mary a the mother. Mr Mcrria ra then sjHike of the B i III i Ml All relation of (lie various nr.-im t i iiu-n : to u un.i -a other He style.! the body "the dwelling I plane of the mind." and awndwawd at u. m.rehiiis - rn maud that man posrrael over material thing ' If va i he "the thing we call ourselves is only meant tor 'his brief span of life, with all llie immense foreCC for go-al or evil whit h we pinM-a. what a waste do W bt i a hat I mo. kfl hiois w- sr A' IB! spring show ers we see a prwwtiM of fatttre maturity, snd know that it will come Jnsi - n oureelrea. Wa feei that tin n i me n g more, something beyond The b.aly sndtl soul an- complements in 0e1 tsomniv, snd should le u . .t- ' I ;n MBsatinn of the body La inb a ll h the temple of tin H 'lv !. .: afni i- awly spoke of in its worse iliatMls rMtbW to male ttie lentrast bBtWSMU it aid l!.t BBWi BKSSS (Barked. Now vei wants our bodies snd souls. He died for Inilh of thtiu. He wants them to he ibedient, y-t event! . d'H-s what (i.d malt n f .r sve man The are the only fool- t list vioiaie the laas m Soul snd hotly I bit d warn th'-m n centrate! to his ser v . . I be sa-rmon . lo sill) an !iie.ii to v.citig and oi-i to j- u their hiiea and BOOM to God. SUNDAY AT THE LAKK 4r H TrMiaiil IVil I to o lite K rratl4r l.iiMirr llie llallo.oi S - riislon Tin esoti a l!e,Mi v I ,a i i a . i- .) . : yterday. snd from '.t , k m the morn ing until a late hour !aM night - . sr wi r- . rowded with people e;rh r g . nr to or coming from the place Fvery .a w a- i re-l into t be serwioe, and w liileecwiis inconvenience bss exfrientx-l mth hand ling id the Isrge .row. I- the -opb were all god listured an I s fullv S'-eeutesI the situation Ii i safe to vis-.t.jrs a' ila-' il from Hsi to i more orderlv i-rowd 1 Isllt. Blllllllish won eon veysri-es all the In lata the mc rice and mind-! . ne atrwBgdy The princiial at i n the "a. lo.m as. e- - tnonter a.r slnj- wa fasten irrgt. and Mr1 n in tm The ae wa F dav ret lOlf II I H I WfSl SIM mi rttlriiMuiUp. a i.i I. M'4 t . .r Lett Mnb OBaj - Ttsay htat at (ir and Haven and aew ftuw possa to Have Gene ta Chicago. k .. w ... , a ke lo Pi tr.u.bie IB -a .u.r (IU44 a saiS s BBBtM- . .. a r aes-i a n a diussu vsasra, la . . N k If,. ll 1W1 - ' t. i . :,! it but MttUJ 4H tlrfAr trtands Bill he latoiua si ! tbt-v arii a happjr ., .. . i. 1 . alK.ui a ysai sgti when lb. k basgaii U pat Utu i an. n. v .mail N ! can ill . act. aUm! a I usl nt-aid ol t. It. . ... ..ii. i hi 1 1.- t as a Mu- 1- 4.' lo (run I- hi te .iidit-alaal that all was serene and they war again h i, ; . lor s..u,- rests. u ht 'i mi i in Iketroil but s ea a.-, ts H ihr ..i h,p i oh and rs- r, wImbb ha at afBaaa s poniti i- ' ' . . . -...ai l't 1 ui 4 I'.radtot : a I obskale loba . ami igar dep i at 14 . N! sib I hat Hi ! M st awn aw s i Mil ' i e-i ' !.! t he honst IOi"l Mt the msllstr her sua ! : 4 bnd r i bt l 1 ' H u. He aiao . t. i h' ot-1 1 1 . a I t , from ihe atiing si ill 1 1 1 it i i ; .Msi In I. ; p..n- ' ., ' i a oik snd . iJ THK VACANT BENCH SS . li I ... 1 .n ll m s.-i a aaaiSala Hi (.aSmwi Mr Brr4 SArwaMAs hi,. I I ..,.,! ... ta 1 1 I The - t - .1 p - r ibis Hf.fl .pi.ry I ni anwi Vew rtia--' n (lie . as