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About The Omaha morning bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 1922-1927 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1922)
. Over Protest
Pastor Takes Floor
Union Outfitting Co.
Out of the
Union' Outfitting: Co.
Union Outfitting Co.
in Defense of Self
THE SUNDAY DEE: OMAHA. SF.PTF.tir.ER 10, 1022.
Kev. J. I). M. Kurlnrr of
Aurora Helloed Despite
Plea for Chame to
Re. J. I. M. liwkiirr, for 38
nr a mrnilirr o( the Ncbrstka
Mrfhodltt c'Hiffrriuc, pttnr at
Aurora, ho u op(4 tome of
the doctrine 01 lit church fur IS
yrsrt, rctiinl Saturday uioii rrt
tntitriiildliuii of the 'Wifrmtre re
lation committee in spits of lit plr
"thai he lie not rrtttnl in the tirime
Al the conference being held at the
I"irt Mtholif church, before tlie
roiiirnittre male any recommend
tione, Mr. I'.uckner took the floor
and. tohl of hi work in Aurorit and
a!o of a telephone call that he re
reived Friday night Irom a commit
tie of hit roriKiruation aking that
Ik he returned to Aurora.
The Aurora committee informed
him, he Mated, that they had tele
graphed Iiihop Stiinu to have linn
ifturned, Krv. liuckner i.lpadrrf
for a chance to how that he believed
in the Methodist doctrine,
Aiked to Meet Cliar-.es.
"I told the committee that I
stnmld be s-ven a npure deal, that
I want to meet the charge pre
ferred again! me face to fare,1' he
aid. "I think the forced retirement
was ranted by the opinion of ionic
iiicnibcri mat I wa heretic."
liefore the member a a whole
voted on the recommendation. Rev
Mr. liuckner attain took the' floor
and pleaded that it be voted down,
lie stated '.hat he wa for .'8 ycas
a member ot the conference and waa
for U' year pa-tor in Aurora. Ilia
falarv, he aaid, was increased from
SUM to $2,500 during- that time,
flit benevolence jimiyd from a fc
hundred lo $.?,yo0, Out of $IJ,0()0
endowment pledged for VVel:yat
t'liivertity at Lincoln, hi church ha',
collected 2.61.1. he taid.
Still Member of Conference.
Rev. Mr. Uuckner is Kill a mem
ber of the confidence with voting
power, but will be unable to obtain
an appointment, member tay.
The conference went cn record a
heartily endorsing the slogan of the
Antitaloon league: "A 1(X) per cent
dry delegation to congresi from Ne
braska and we will do our best to see
to it that every dry vote it gotten
into the ballot box on November 7
and that no ballot shall be cast for
a wet or noncommittal candidate."
A report of the committee on tem
perance, endorsing only dry candi
date will be sent to every minister
and evf ry member in the tate.
Dr. N. E. Davis, Chicago, head of
the hospital committee of the church,
through member of the conference,
accented the home of W. J. "Uryan
Calif ornian Elected Head
of Episcopal Missionaries
' Portland, Ore, Sept. 9. The mis
sionary bishop representing the 22
missionary district of the 1'rotcstant
Kpiscopal church in" Continental
United States, comprising the coun
cil of continental domestic mission
ary bishops, at a meeting here in
connection with the triennial con
vention in session here today elected
officers for the ensuing three year.
Rt. Rev. Louis C. Sanford, D. D
of Fresno, Cal..' bishop of San
Joaquin, was elected president; Rt.
Rev. Frederick B. llowdcn, D. D.,
bishop of New Mexico, vice presi
dent; ta Rev. William P. Reming
ton, D. D., suffragan bishop of
South Dakota, secretary.
Uishopx Theodore V. Thurston,
D. D., ui elected a member of the
executive' committee which includes
in addition the president and secre
tary of the council.
Shops and "Y" Residence
Wrecked by Chinese Troops
Shanghai, Sept. 9. (By A. P.)
Fifty-seven Chinese shops wert
lctoted and the Young Men's Chris
tian association residence wrecked in
an outbreak by Chinese troops in
Nanchang, Kiangsi province, Thurs
day, according to reports received by
mission officials here.
The outbreak was anion; north
ern troop tinder command of Gen.
Chang-llsun. They were reported
angered because they hail not been
paid for months, The disorder, ac
cording to the reports, wa quelled
before anv lives were lost.
Rev. J. D. M. Buckncr.
Men Entombed in
Gold Mine Alive
Uncanny Instrument, Lowered
Into Argonaut Shaft, r
veal No Indication of
Jtckton, Cat., Sept. 9. Mora muck
and decayed timbering instead of
clear paiaag wt found when a
bulkhead in the 3,600-foot 'level of
the Kennedy wt amathed In early
today by one of the crews seeking
to reicue the 47 entombed men in
tfcs adjoining Argonaut mine. This
setback means at least another week
will be required to reach the men it
Jackson, Cal., Sept. 9. (By A. P.)
Science, through one of it un
cannily subtle instrument, had
turned despair Snto hope when crew
of digger returned today, their
hectic task of reaching the spot
walled in by rock and debri and
flame where 47 workers in the
Argonaut gold mine here have been
imprisoned for 12 day.
It teemed yesterday that the
rescuer would release only corpse.
An official of the company had ex
pressed the belief that all the en
tombed miner were dead and every
evidence apparently pointed to that.
Yet, late last night, came the aston
ishing announcement that chemical
tests had demonstrated that the men
all were alive.1 Argonaut official
said they were preparing a formal
statement declaring it their opinion
that none of the miner had per
ished. The official hacked up thci
assertion with the offer of a reward
of $5,000 to the, first crew reaching
A delicate instrument, it wa ex
plained, "had been lowered into the
liery and gassy ha!t tnrougn wmcn
the men had gone. It had recorded
no gases indicating the presence of
a , single dead body. Moreover, it
was reported to show that noxiou
gases had not penct;ated to the re
gion where the merr were entombed,
but that the air in the lower level
was pure enough to sustain life. An
analysis of air current in the shaft
indicated that there wa no .carbon
monoxide below the 2,500-foot level;
Previously it had been believed that
poisonous gases had permeated levels
far below that.
Are-check last night of progress
made by rescue crew howed that
on the 3,600-foot level 245 feet of
muck must be cleared before the 75
feet of solid rock remaining could
be penetrated. On the 3,900-foot
level there remained 135 feet of -soft
substances and 142 feet' of rock.
Fair. and Below Normal
Temperatures Due Next Week
Washington, sept. V. Weather
outlook for the week beginning Mon
day: Upper Mississippi and lower Mis
souri valleys, Rocky Mountain and
plateau region: Generally fair with
temperature near or somewhat be
Pacific states: Generally fair except
for showers latter part of week on
north, coast. Normal temperature.
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Exactly as pictured above, in
cluding a massive Colonial
buffet, dining table, six chairs,
a 7-Gx9-foot rug and 42-piece
It is completely furnished! A
beautiful period suite, includ
irig bed, dresser and chiffonier
-27x54-inch velvet rug, night
table and boudoir lamp.
Included at (89.50 is the 3-pIece
mahpurany finished duofold euite
pictured, Queen Anne period dav
enport table and handsome
'bridge lamp, but no rug. A scn
Included is a side-oven gas
range, kitchen cabinet, kitchen
chairs and table and side icer
refrigerator. A sensational bar
gain at $89.50.
Monday ! This
As Pictured, in
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This is ONE of the many exceptional values in the
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Saves Space Saves Rent Saves Light
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.The "Kroehler," for which we are Omaha headquarters, is the
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Droning Table In wal
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