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HIE OMAHA HEK: MONDAY, SEPTEMnF.lt 11. W.
Iniws on Divorce
(oluiMtii Iiiiroilurrtl lit Tort
IjikI Comrntiuu Iy Nrw
York Tim-oiul Ilir-nop
Sjteinl Huy Day.
Fnrilani!, Ore. Sept. 10 -tyA. P.)
-Th divorce canon of the Prote.
unt Episcopal church In the I'nited
Slate would he tightened, forbidding
all tuciuher to marry person di-
torced for any cause turpt Inlidtl -
t i . ji
ny of the oftcnd.ng party in a di-
vnne case, if a resolution introduced
in the house of bishops by ivshnp
harle II. lirrnt of western New
York, i adopted hy the Kcneral
onrntini) of the church now in r
r.i.lnin lirent'a propo.ed
' ?. ", l'KIl','M nivorce can-
, which nfw forbid clergymen
f the 'church from marrying ili
vorced ier.oii. and only by impli
ration forb.d th metnber remar-
r. . . .
I'lip roiivenlion nuf in it hiiticvt
day aince convening here Vrdnn- j want to turn handspring. The nf
!ay. In the home of drputie re- firiaU of the mine, in a carefully
port of communion were present- couched atatemrnt, made public their
td favoring divine healing in the belief tmlay. The fun in hinlng
church and favoring r icating of .The hilltop are touched with gold
women '! If gate in thr houe of ilco -
lilic Hie ilci'iitif alio took Ui'll-i-itc
art 'on in the mattrr of prayer
hook revision, in rejecting an effort
to postpone furtlirr ronidrration of
revision for at least three year.
Adopt New Prayer.
Following tli' the house finally
acted uixin one prayer book revision,
the i limiiwitioii of a repetition phrase
in the floria in excelin. The house
of hi hop filially adopted the new
alternative prayer for the president,
which had been finally adopted by
the house, find it now become part
of ilie praver book.
The hiahnn rejected, a did the
house two day ago. a proposed re
moval of crrtnin vcrsiclr from the
evening to the opening prayer.
Tho'e had been approved by the con
vention three year aso and were
up for final approval or rejection.
Other completed legislation wa
the annroval hy the bishop of a r-ei-olntion
papl by the house of d'
ul:rs providing for a custodian of
archive, and the admission of the
missionary district of southern Flor
id:! a a new dioree.
The matter of the Astteville dis
trict, which the hoiife ha approved,
he bishop referred to a committee
on new dioceses.
Prayera for Mr. Harding.
Trayer were offered in the house
of bishop was indicated, clergymen
Harding, wife of the president of the
United State, and messages of sym
pathy were ordered sent by both
houses of the convention to the pres
ident. That prayer book revision is to
have the right of way in the house
of bishons was indicated clergymen
said, following the proceedings of
that house, hy the action of the bish
ops in forestalling an attempt to in
troduce a report of the commission
on conrord which deals? with re
lations between the Episcopal church
and other denominations.
Tin- qer tion of the right of suffra
gan bishops to a vote in the house
wa automatically reopened by the
routine introduction of the second
pnrt of the original amendment to
the constitution, in which such right
After short debate it was decided
to make the question a special or
der at 3. Monday.
Man Commits Suicide After
Shooiing Down His Wife
Chicago. Sept. 10. Lying in wait
for his wife, from whom he was
estranged, Andrew Kowalski en
countered her in front of the Mal
sted Street Methodist church and
lired three bullets into her body.
Joseph Koffiviati, one of the scores
of people witnessing the shooting,
rushed in to save the woman, hut
howled over by a iuinrt in his leg.
He will recover, but Mrs. Kowalski
After shooting down his wife and
Koffman. Kowalski calmly va!';cd to
the too of the church steps and shot
himself through the head, dyiiiif in
stantly. Horse Injure Man
Kruken Row. Neb., Sent. 9. (Spe
ciiill. Frank Aden of Hazard was
pulled over a five-toot fence hy a
wild horse he had lassoed and sus
tained a hadlv bruised and cut body
and had both legs broken.
Dog Hill Paragrats
Be George Binham
' K!-U ' tr.it . hard i
11 inrlanU- t.,t a'irit atitittniit a"
i ius t;e t.al r cu-fV tf !. I
.' si tha ti .lie 14 h!tHMa. ., ,
".. thtt u M-l tMjijhl I.. h4f hm j
br ht it !....! aj ,..urwl
Cm k?l H.tkt till k ,t.wt k..
Hope of Saving'Men Caught
in Argonaut Mine Renewed
. . . . . .
Statement or Officials Puts New Life Into People or
JacksonRelief Expressed That Water Supply
Is Available for Prisoners Mainly
Question of Food.
By EDWARD DOHERTY.
Oauht tte. Mk.
J.ik.on, ( J., Sept. 10. -Jackson
1 dig in. tinging.
j The fot ein of hr
! found and the picks and thoicls fly
lh muck; the men KO on with
! hl,'vlrl hrrl u""'
i U 'V drop
j Women who Friday drooped and
. prajrd, dame and sing ahout their
' home today. 1 he kid are throw-
I ma- atone at tree or wauing in
jackaon creek or hitching on truck I " ''' The itatemetil . i.
.,.;,. .t,.nu,in. ih-mi'ifd after long and careful dicu-
at a line marked otf on a powdered;':" ' h qurvtion.
The belief of the Argonaut mine
officiala that the 47 men entrapped
hy fire and ainoke and poitonout
en tiMi week aito uuilav are Mill
alive, miir of thent at leait, make
even the lait of the "forty-nnicr
, and the httle Catholic church mar
claim the routs pf mot of the 47,
is ablaze with happy candle.
. Official Hopeful.
The ttatement ayi nothing about
tli test made tiv Dr. L. II. Dusrhnk
for ign of putrefaction and the ah -
sence of anv kieu of decayed mat-
tcr in the tests,
"At a meeting' of the executive
committee, attended by 12 in all, in
cluding enitineer and other in
charge ofthe rescue work," the state.
ment read, "the question of whether
it was reasonahle to suppose any men
irmain alive in the mine, wa con
"There are many point in the low-
rr point of the mine w here water en-
tircly suitable for drinlying can be
obtained and it i believed the men
M. E. Conference
Urged to Improve
Over 400 Attendants at Meet
ing Are Served Dinner
on Ground of
More than 400 members of the
Methodist Episcopal conference were
present at a dinner given on the
grounds of the Nebraska Methodist
hospital Saturday night, and were
told of the immediate need of an
addition to the hospital as well as a
home for nurses.
Chief among those who spotse
was Dr. N.-L. Davis, corresponding
secretary of the board of hospitals
and homes. He urged the Nebraska
conference to begin immediately to
raise money for" the proposed build
Dr. C. C. Cissel and M. L. Stone,
trustees of the hospital; T. C. Web
ster, chaplain; Dr. VV. F. Callfas of
the medical staff; Miss Blanch
Fuller, superintendent of the hos
pital, and Miss Klcanor Reed, super
intendent of the training school,
spoke of the work of the hospital
not only as an institution for healing
physical aliments, but as ,a place
where continuous religious revivals
and conversions were going on.
Bishop H. C. Stunt!! also gave a
C. W. De Lamatre, president of the
board of trustees of the hospital, pre
sided. The banquet was furnished
by the women of the Hirst Metho
dist Episcopal church.
Government Seeks to Annul
Citizenship of Couut
New York, Sept. 10. The federal
government began suit against
Count Rudolphe Festetics de ToIn;
of Hollis, Long Island, seeking to
annul citizenship, which he claims
framed him in San Francisco
in 1906. The government contends
he is actually a citizen of Austria-
The suit followed an investigation
male by the government when the
count charged France had seized a
yacht and chateau belonging to hint
during the war on the ground he
was an enemy alien. According to
government reports, the count's
yacht, when seized, was flying the
Central Committee at Blair
I Blair, Neb., Sept. 10. (Special
' Telenram.) A large representation
ot both committeemen and committee
women met at the courthouse and
perfected a republican Washington
county central committee. John F.
1 White was elected temporary chair
man and Mr. A. W, Sprit k of
; bonlanclle was elected temporary
secretary. I I. a mum W hile ws
elected county chairman for the Com
ing year. K, W, !urdc of Herman,
ami Fred lUurmanri of Arlmxton,
vice iluirmm. I rank Ad.iiu ot I t.
I ilh.nin was elected secretary mil
Mrs Mae t jure ol I i. Calhoun was
i Iccted li t'f man .t the women' cm.
( hit km l el on Stiitkr
Hite ae Life of Man
lr,ken Bow, Sl'. Srpl !
i 4-C I t n t M(rn was li lifr
t t I I ilil,..tu W tn!r sk Ait li k
th vtii'ii the ph ian. i hit kens
wrt l I otwti d (kxiiiiI on t'if
wtiin t, aSt.tr N the nion Thit
tint d w.th 'iti'K'iis tiKlMal ,i-
lfiri.. p'afed tht t ' ' t lwt rt
aouirht afety in part of the mint
where the air wat gaod.
Only Queation of Food.
"The large majority of the men
were in emrllrnt physical condition
and convideritig the fart that thryj
have a upply of water, it only re-
n-ain to aiuwer tle j nr. lion of um
long they can aurvive without (od, j
"A i it wa only 12 da at mid-1
n'ght, September S. aince they had j
their lat inril, it wa the unanimou i
belief of Iho.e prernt that the men
...... - ....
w"" f awrtainmu conditio,,, m
, hc hrhr ll'f "ineri are till
alive. la it any wonder that Jai.kon
Huskies, half drrstrd in overaltt
and heavy hoe, miner' rap with
acetylene lamp in front hirt torn
away to show the hairy rhett and
tomach. Not tall men, but broad
and chunky, great arm ending in
Men Chang Shift.
The 'Vkip" come up on the cable,
a long steel box. A ladder that
hook over the edge i let down. One
by one ix men get into it. Hill
riay'on first. Hi brother 1 among
: the 4,
A bell ring. 1 he skip de
lown to J,WK) level where
the rescue rrew are forging ahead,
slowly yet a fast a men can go.
One minute. One minute and a
; half. 1 wo minute. I he skip on
l.i . . . t . . .. . I
me oiner sine come np, Driiigiug ine
men who have worked i hours-
i m spurt ot it; minute.
When they started it wa 20 mill'
pte of work, 20 minute of rest.
Now it is work 10 minute, and rest
, 40. The muck ie deep. The way
to the dump get longer 'a the
'shaft grow further toward the 47.
German Steamer Sinks;
All Believed Saved
f.ondon, Sept. 10, CBy A. P.)
The German steamer Jlammonia ha
sung about 80 mile off Vigo, Spain,
according to a Lloyds cssage re
ceived here, it is believed all the
passengers have been saved.
The llammonia owned by the
Hamburg-American stfamship com
pany and registering 7,197 tons, left
Plymouth September 4, bound for
Mexican ports with 100 passengers
One message from the steamer
said it was sinking in latitude 41 de
grees, 50 minutes north, longitude 10
degrees, 50 minutes west.
Attempt Made to Wreck
Ohio Passenger Train
Alliance, O., Sept. 10. An unsuc
cessful attempt was made Friday
night to wreck passenger train No.
15 on the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne &
Chicago, near Garfield. 15 miles east
of here, it became known today.
Shortly before the train was due to
pass a night watchman at Garfield
said he saw some men on the track
and found that spikes had been drawn
for a distance of about 40 feet. He
flagged the train.
I First Compounded
This Remedy For
My Own Neighbors
Their prai.e of this newer form o'f
iron has spread so rapidly that
now, after 9 year, over 4,000,.
000 people uie it annually.
Years ago I began to wonder at
(the great number of my own friends
nd neighbors who were always ail
ing, complaining and doctoring,
without ever seeming to get any.
better. Both working men and their
wives were frequently all tired out
in the evening, and a great many
were weak, nervous and run-down.
r i i , ,
"a4 Palns ln e 0K and
1 TBh h.e ha.d kldneJr ro"ble- An
fit nor non mains iihii l. .
other had pains around the heart,
palpitations and dizziness, and was
sure he was suffering from heart
disease. Still ethers had sever
headaches, floating spots before the
eyes, tender spots along the spine
and a great variety of alarmino-
j Kor y.r. I mail a pcil study of this !
; eonditiun. eon.uliing a great numb.r ot
Dh.iciia and rhrmisti. An imm.n.e j
! number of Inmliirstior.. by phyiirmns all '
, evr the country .how.d that three p.o. i
I pie out of every four you meet latk 10 'V
Iron in their blond, lairk of Iron In the i
I hlood is l he (rettest of all 4e.llalii.nr
sreakne.aes. Il i the Iron in your hloo4
that enables you to set (ha nourishment
eut of your food. Without Iron, nothing
you oat does you any (owl. Your heart,
lanes end s.dneyt and all your vital or-
e-nnt eat their nourishment from tha btoo4
ireent, and when tha Mood larks ra .
and la thin, pale and tratery. you mar
tufler front the ayasptoaia of a treat num.
her rf di.ea.es tehee the real and (rue
tau.a of ail your trouble l a la's af true I
la the ein.l
In tha old data i.le aftea tuok atetallie
Iron, whteh aoieie tihy.iciana elaim is eo
e.ore4 at ait In eumpundine Suiate4 j
ra I te the easier firm of iroe. h.. '
ta like the iron in towe l.woa and e I
tha iron in some 'h, teniils aad aiiyiee t'n- .
liSa the eMee forma of true, it will e.'l
Utur the teoth nor di.ture iKe atimarh, i
end It ta , 1r a'MtiMt innoeiliate tS.
erpi .a asd aoiM.iai.oa he the hiul II
ta ka e.iie os.a klwut la tuk w lr I
trne eo.s.a steal tlreneta, fvifea and . i
arer If iwt ere nut or ! ie J
( eee It t yoevsett le asaSe the ftuani.f
See he Woe yee eee ee ee fee .
tm ese e k eiik-t kas . lived, 1
fee.! '.e teo I ll' tau eta el fis'4 ;
t,w4 ta.e tiwaa a 4e ar.ee e's e j
tea .. k.e to.t te tinaoeie ae s) ,
e4 se k.e s -j s y.. aa.e es.sve-i ke i
e.it.o..aisa ese ef ae..ua. iia 4e i
..-e eke tteee .'-. a tke es e ks-e i
M.i. iiee.e tSe.e kea tk a. 4 e
a-a4 ta.ie t..aaasj eoet s4 esv. ,
S.'as.a . l ki tastes It eaese reet (
r-e ea'e tat S . nt ti teet-e ?(
e. Sk.ro.ta a WCeeaU. Mtsaa t'. a i
t lie t,. ee ! etkse -e4
FiJ Undecided About
,as,n? ' 6
Detroit, Sept. 10 (Hy A. J1,)
Whether the Ford Motor company
,u (att u, P:,n. y.f!t n.i m th.
er citir September 16, had not been
in October W
definitely decided tonight, accordm s
to llenry Ford. whose represent
tive were rrnorttd ta have c on-
traded tr .Uu,iiiU) ton of e
with a CmJiuuti cuncern. Mr. Fort'
iad he knew tiotluug about the
negotiation anit rmiui rot ay
whether an adeiuate fuel miply had
The inaiiuiacturer announced
A new novel by the woman
who wrote "THE SHEIK?
HcrstartlingniainovelswerHE.M.eeti MaudejHull from
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Her new novel is even more vivid and 'enthrallinga love
story of languorous Algiers agd its treacherously peopled
deserts. Begin it in October Cosmopolitan.
rcutly hi indjstrir wau!J ret
' September In, owing to hit inability
i to obtain kutittient fuel at what h"
deemed l fair price.
Mr. Fold mi. I he wa hoprful tha'
the itrkt 1,-w da would bung de-
eupinei'tt tiiai mouUI wa-rint a
continuance of operation and avnl
a period of idlcnrs (or the thou-
re-Uand of men emph)ed.
Three Hundred Jap
Honolulu. Srpt, 1V Thrrt hun
dred Japanese fithermen were
diownrd oft the (hishima or Kurile
island, muth of tha Kamchatka pe.
Her frenzied cry had broken a reso
lution from which he had sworn
never to turn. And she, half con
scious, sensed in this mysterious
Arab-clad figure asecurity she had
not known in all the years of
marriage to her English husband
she most cruel man in Algiers !
niii.ult, August 2 when Mtto aam
pan rapmed during tha violent
norm in which the Japanese cruuer
Nulla tank, according l a rahte.
cram Irom 1'oko ta the Kippu Jgi,
Japane nepaper heie,
A cheet taint ta aoinetimra
tererd with cauliflower; the conihi
nation i delmou.
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