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TTTK OMAHA SUNDAY HEE: SEPTEMBEn 19. 1D15.
BACK TO OLDEN METHODS
,'iTO BUILD NEW SHELTERS
LEADING MEN OF TURKEY At the left is Sultan
Melunec. V. and at right Yussuf Izzcdune, heir to throne.
Some Are Adrocatinj the Return to
Dayi of Helmet and Amor
English OoTernment Find Procenee
in Those in Great Britain Are
KEEP EYE ON ZINC SHORTAGE
(Correspondence of the Associated Press.)
LONDON, July M. "The whola prob
LESSENS EFFECTS OF SHELLS
(Correspondence of th Associated Pre.)
IONPOV. Aug. a Th Lordon nw
pPn are urging upon th British gov
rnrtvr.t th advisability of adopting th
steel helmet, a well a with almpl
form of protective bret armor, for th
triors In Franc and Flendcr. Franc,
Russia and Oermanv hav tj etpert
mrntlng along thl line for some time,
nd rranr ho recently definitely
adopted a light tel helmet, iu-Ss1lng
In dee gn th tieadpiec worn by mn-at
armi six centuries ago.
"On of th most remarkable featured
of this war." remark tha Tlmea, "ha
been the return to older. If not to ancient,
method. Tha steel fort haa been dis
credited and tha earthwork Juetlflod:. tha
strength and direction f tha wind haa
lecome a leading factor one again, aa It
tu In the days of bowa and arrow,
since aeroplane are affected by tha wind
and ma attacka determined by It; band
grenades, bomta, and catapults have aa.
lixncd real Importance. Finally, tha
question Of armor for tha fighting; man
MnwHtf ha coma up for consideration."
t,sa.na (he Wan a a.
The value of a light protective armor
I attested In several recent artlrlc In
the Brltlsn medical journals. rr. Iv
ralgna. a French army surgeon, c'lsousse
In tha Lancet tha result of hi tst of
the new French halmat and gtvca II hla
unqualified endorsement, , "Tha aoldler
who wear a helmet." ha aaya, "cape
light wound of the hed and even wound
that would in ordinary elrcumatancea
hav been aevera are greatly mitigated.
Tha helmat frquntly turns off tha bul
let. In other eaaaa danta or atop It, while
In other caaea It la perforated but acta
aa a heavy drag upon tha fore of tha
tm Jed II a so that hair and dirt are not
driven Into tha ttaauea of the head."
Dr. A. J. Hewitt, chief surgeon of tha
warship ragasug In Ita fight with tha
Koenlgsberg, wrltea In tha Journal of tha
Royal Medical Service urging the adop
tion of some kind of protective armor
by tha navy. Ona of tha remarkabla
featurea of tha wounda whloh cam under
Ma observation, ha aaya, wts the (mailer
penetrating power of tha fragment of
projectiles In open space Ilka tha upper
deck. Tha danger lone ao far aa Ufa
waa concerned seemed to be confined to
a small area, around tha bursting apace,
and though tha Initial velocity of the
fragments aeemed to ba very great It
diminished rapidly, perhaps owing to
thir Irregular shape.
4 ky Belt BackU.
"Ona seaman," wrltea Dr. Hewitt, "had
Ma right arm aa chattered that complete
amputation waa necasaary, but a frag
ment of tha sama ahell Mt tha braaa
buckle of Ma bait, breaking It, but not
even bursting the, abdomen. Small frag
ment wera also tha causa of tha losa
of four eyas, but X am of tha opinion
that a pair of motor goggles would have
aaved all these. A caaa of Injury to tha
Jugular vain caused by a minute particle
of their probably could hava bean stopped
by a llnan collar. ....
"In my opinion a coat of light chain
armor, or even leather, with a pair of
goggles mada from toughened aoreen
glue, would be Invaluable? to captain of
destroyers, navigators, and other In ox
posed positions who are likely to an
counter ship armed with similar guna,"
Dr. Delorme, medical Inspector general
of th Franoh army, believe Uat pro
tective armor would cause a marked da
crease In the largo number of minor
wound which hava serious result oVlng
to tha development of Infection. "It la
Infection through hair, shred of head
gear, soiled bullets. Irregular dressings,
etc.," he aaya, "that make minor head
lesiuna so dangerous and cause a mor
tality varying from la to 67 per cant."
OMAHA FINGER PRINT
EXPERT IS IN DEMAND
Tha Navy department at Washington
ha wired tha Omaha office of tha navy
to send a competent fingerprint reader to
Atlantic, la., to try to Identify the man
who waa run over by a train there on
September 1J. Tha man waa terribly
mutilated and no way or Identifying him
waa found available, II had several
tattoo mark on an arm that wast orn off
In th accident and these lead tha Navy
department to believe that ha may hava
seen servtca In the navy. Tha body haa
been burled as 4 aa soon as an order la
received from Washington to hava It
shunted First Class Hospital Apprentice
P. H. Oalek of tha Omaha office will go
to Atlantic and take th finger prlnta.
The will be sent to Washington In an
ffort to Identify th dead man,
MARRIED WHEN SIXTEEN
NO"' ASKS FOR A DIYORCE
Mrs. Elenora Payne, who married
Charles A. Payn November M, int. when
be u II year f age, I suing for a
divorce la dlatrlot court. Negleot, carried
to such an estent that aha ha auffered
."an unnatural widowhood," I alleged by
Other petitions filed were: Fern A.
Vmlth against John C, cruelty alleged;
Esther Bennett against Charles TH non
support alleged; Blanche K. Creey
gainst John C. cruelty alleged.
Hlla I Colwelt waa awarded a decree
in hit suit against Vera, on ground of
Be Want Ada Produce Keault.
SHOOTS CRAPS WITHOUT
LICENSE AND IS PINCHED
Roy Cole of Falrbury, Neb, arrested
for shooting crap without a linena h.
almost convinced tha Judge that eoro-
paoeion should be shown whan ha sprung
th's Information thai ha was a machinist,
"Let see your handsT" Interrogated
the magUUata. Cola presented two un
blemished lily whit palms, and after
turning tip hi boss at theaa evident r
manual labor th Judge Inflicted a fine
of M.M. a companion, John Fas, re
ceived a upended fin of th asms
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f Eliwg MU, vlf
rV" ' steam T yuS2'i "
TOPICS FOR AJDAY OF REST
Serricet Held in Only Few of the
Protectant Churchei Sunday
Morning or Ereninf.
LECTUEE ON CHUISTIAN SCIENCE
Of th Protestant churches, very few
will hold the regular services tomorrow,
the pastors and mrrrtbera of the congre
gation uniting In the tabernacle meetings,
conducted by Rv. Mr. Sunday. At the
service th pastor expect a large num-
r ot attendant.
At th Tabernacle at !:, there will
b preaching for all. but at tha 1 o'clock
services, th eervice will be for mn,
only. At th same hour, at th City Au
ditorium, ther will be preaching for
woman only, and at l.K In tha evanlna-
at th Tabernacle ther will ba aervloea
for ail.. Ther Will be an overflow meet.
Ing In th evening at th First Methodist
George Shaw Coo will lecture at th
prandeia theater Sunday afternoon at I
o'clock on Christian Solenc. Mr. Cook 1
a member of th First Chruch of Christ,
Sciential, ot Boston. , , .
' -t Baptist. ' , t 'i ' -1-
First, Harney Ptreet and Hark Avenue.
Rev. II. O. lowlands, Minister-Union
servloea at tha Tabernacle, morning and
evening:. Sunday action! at . Ueorge
Waterman, superintendent. Monday even
ing at 7.4u, Fellowship meeting.
Calvary. Hamilton and Twenty-fifth,
Rev. J. A. Maxwell, Fasior Sunday b.ble
aohool at , tl. W. Noiile su(erlnundent.
Chuivh prayer meeting. Monday evening
t , aubject, "Our Opportunity."
First Churoh of Christ, Scientist, St.
Mnrv's Avenue and Twent V-fourth street
rvloua at 11 and K aubject, "Matter." ,
nunnay scnooi at ana ii. weunesauy
evening meeting at
Second Church of Christ, Solsntlst, Dun
dee Hall. Underwood Avenue and Fif
tieth tstreet s-ervlce at 11, suoiect. "Mat
ter!' Wunday echool at :. Wednesday
evening mUn at a.
K Pisco sial.
St. Andrew's, Korty-flrst and Charles,
Rev, John Fiockhart, 1'rlest-ln-charga
Karly communion at a. Sunusy aohool at
i i. lAte communion at 11. subleot.
"Healing Power." All Welcome.
All Batnta, Corner Twenty-sixth Mreet
5nd Dewev avenue. Rev. '1. J. Mackay, j
lector lloly communion at 7:su. Sunday
school at lu. bervlce and srmon at lL
aermon topin, "Uod. aa Consuming Fir.
Church of th Oood Shepherd, Twen
tieth and Ohio, Ilev. Thomas J. Collar,
Rector Holy communion at T;0. Hun
dsv school t M. Morning prayer with
sermon at lL hivvnlug pra'or with aer
mon at a,
!t. JPhlMp th Deacon, Twenty-first
near Paul. Rev. John Albert William,
Vicar Holy communion at 7:30. Morning
prayer at I SO. Holy communion and ser
mon at IL Sunday school at 1. Kvenlng
prayer and sermon at 1.30. Usual daily
servloea throughout tha week.
Pt. Uarnahas. Fortieth and Pavenport.
Rev. IHsn Tanoock. lraaoher Opening
eervices of the new church. Holy com
munion at 7. U. Matlna at . Church
school school at .&). Choral auchailet
and aermon, special music with orches
tra, at lo.at. Choral veusoug anil aermon
St. Paul's. Twentv-rirth end fv.nl
Rev. El T. Otto, r'astor Services at 10
and a, In English. Kuiiday school at .
piixsion leanvai punaay, neptember W;
three services, at 10, 1 and l.sO.
St. Matthew' Engiuh. Nineteenth and
Castsllar. Rsv. O. W. Snyder, Pastor
Morning service at 11, aubject. "talthrul
Unto til Knd." Sunday school st 10,
subject, "Defeat ThrougH Pruukeoueaa.'1
Immanuel Nineteenth and f' tiiif
Hult. PastorMorning eervio st 10, "The
iriirrrigui nvrm oi ins Hon or Uod."
Sunday aohool at 11 Evensong at ,
"Repent Y and Hellevo." The Immanuel
chorus of seventy-five Voirrs s.ngs at
both morning and evening servloea, regu
larly. Catrchets-el InstrucUnu begin
Saturday. September tt. at t o oloek.
Iminanual Deaconess, Thirty-fourth and
Meredith. Kev. P. M. Undherg, Pastor;
Kev. ki. Ceder, Assistant Pastor Morning
aervloea at lu.30. text, John .l:al. rrv
res In Immanuel hospital at 1. Luther
league prosnun and devotion In chapel
at s. Week services in Nasaretk Hume
.. vdneeday ailwmoon at i. In chapel,
Thuraduy evening t t, Prayer sfYiG
Saturday evening at I.
Kountsa Memorial. Farnam Street and
Twenty-ixtt Avenue, ltev. Ollvrr Ii,
Baltsly, Pastor; llev. C. Franklin Koch
Aoiale 1'astor Holy communion at
1 M. Holy comniunloa with srrmon st 11.
Evening at s, sub)e. "Ye thnll -liav
Poaer When?" holy communion atcloa
of aervtc. Sunday echoot at l.tfi, .iaor
r. uowinitn, superinienaeut, iTepevra
lurr wniM ( mm. XAlllier Mag
lis I service, at T.
St. Mark's English, Twentieth and Biir
dette. Rev. I lirole, Pastor "(lodV Fam
ily Is Ona on Karth and In Heaven," 11;
Sunday school at ;4i; no evening service.
Lowe Aveni.e, lOi'A North Fortieth, A.
F. Kindt, Minister Sabbath echool at ;
Sfholrtrs aged U to Jl years, at llrst
Congregational church at : boys and
girls, aged 10 to 14 years, at Walnut Hill
Mftliodlfft Kplecopal oiiiircli, next Tues
day and Wednesday at 4:30. Parent"
meeting at Iow Avenue, Wednesday
evening at 7:Su.
National Fontlnell Spiritualists, 2414
Cuming, Mrs. Klla Gardiner, Message
Hearer Meeting Thumday and Sunday
evening at 8:16.
The Associated Bible Students meet In
the Lyric building, Nineteenth and Far
nam si 3. T. H. Mc.Nauglu will lecture
on "The Divine Law."
Church of Life, git North Eighteenth,
Rev. Mrs. V. A. Bell. General Mupertn
tendont and Founder Sunday school at
:. All other services will be discon
tinued until further notice Is given.
Union Oospel' Mission, 1514 Davenport,
A. M. Perry, Superintendent All meet
ings discontinued during the Sunday re
vival campaign and the use of th hall
given to the campaign committees (ot
their nursery. .
Second Progressive ' Spiritualist '7
leaven worth, Mrs. M. I West. Pastor
Services at 11. 1:30 and , Ix-cture and
messMgos. Morning subject, "Tuken From
th Audience." Kvenlng subject, "Spirit
ual Understanding." Tuesday and Thurs
day at s, message services. ? ' i
Reorganised Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Lav Halms. Tmtniv.fnurii, -n
Ohio. Sunday school normal class at . !
Sunday school at V:4&. Saeramenl service'
ai ji. iteiigintis session at :(. Preach
Ing at I by F.lder Paul N. Crais- At the
"""a hall, Twenty-fifth and M, South
Pide. Sunday school at 11. 1'rt-acning
at I by llev. E. H. AhUtrand.
lem of Increasing th manufacture of
spelter In th United Kingdom I en
gaging the . Immediate attention of hi
majesty's government." declared Mr.
Bonar I aw, in behalf of tha government.
In Parliament recently. More than a
score of quextlon had bean put to him
urging tha necessity of preventing any
further shortage or rise In pric of alno,
which ha advanced to nearly five time
It value; before th war.
Strang aa it may seem In th face of
the urgent demand for sine In making
cartridges, cases and other munitions, th
output of th British work since th
beginning of th war haa actually been
smaller than normal. Several plant
have had a number of furnace Ml and
th productive oapaclty of tno other ha
been only about half what It was before
th war. Th main reason, It I said, I
th withdrawal of skilled labor by en
listment. At th gam tlm It I ad
mitted that the BrltlMi plant are old
fashioned, tacking th numerous labor
saving device which have been adopted
In Germany and the United State during
th lat seven or eight year.
Estimate have now been prepared for
the government for th erection of new
smelting works of the latest type In this
country, capable of dealing with 200,000,000
pound of concentrates a year and pro
ducing about 40.000 tons of alnc. Tha
plant could begin to make deliveries
within nine month. Th cost of erec
tion would be about $4,000,000.
Hrt Gertaa Coatrwete.
A knotty question In connection with
th spelter situation I provided by th
outstanding contract entered Into by th
Australian mine wtth German houses.
A explained by Mr. Bonar Law:
"I am not aware that there Is any
Oerman owned spelter In Australia. Aus
tralia, however, produce large quantities
of zinc -ore and concentrate. These were
not manufactured Into spelter In Aus
tralia, but before th war thy wer
Principally exported to Germany for that
purpose. On December 11 th Australian
government drew tha attention of hla
malesty's government to th contracts
with Oerman firms by which they wer
controlled. Th question of these con
tracts I now being considered."
Before th war Great Britain was con
tent to procur mot of it alno from
smelting compani In Germany, Belgium
and France, which extracted th metal
from th Australian ore. A bill la being
pot through th Australian Parliament
dealing with tha or supply and releasing
tho mlnaa from their Oerman agreement,
but some of th mine are owned by
companies In England and legislation by
th English govern ment will probably
b also necessary. The main problem,
however, is that of obtaining adequate
molting capacity. Large Increases In
th available smelting re sources of th
United State are expected to relieve tha
situation partially within a short tlm.
It is aold that any new smelting work
which may be built In England will be
constructed In conjunction wlttr Belgian
and French Interests. .
Apartments. (lata, mouses and cottages
can De rented quickly and coeaply by
bee "For Rent"
ir. F. F-. Ceulter lies returned from a
trip to the eiiM'titlon ou the Fai iflc
i tt and rrpui l buelnens pi. king up.
PfStnisater John C. Wharton returned
lrt evening rtin a week's trip to Wanti
f.gton. la., n-ar where he has a farm
11 is enmusiaiilie over crop conditions.
S. R. Rush, special assistant to th
attorney griu-ral. will cot return to
nkha for another week. Ha is now in
Kai."a t'lty tin mt.ru government work
.. ... . "-r s Htbgec period
tlon. Thlrty-etita Street and Lafayette
xvenue, nv. a. t. lxtrlmer. faaloi
Sunday achool at 46. Morning service
ai ii. avvt-iiing service at s. The Luther
league will meet at the home of Ukas
Amelia Kdquist. son North Porty-eecund
Uwl, Tuesday evening. Midweek serv.
ice nenneeusy evening, i holr practice
IhurLday evening. '1'he Men'a eovlety
will hold its Kepiember mertin at tha
home of Mr. and alts. K. jobnansoii, 3fc.,
iJirayviie avenue, rrtaay evening. Till
years confirmation class will be organ
ised on J-aiurlay afternoon in tha ibunu
ferlora, beptemuer 46.
Mcf'she. Fortieth and Famam, Rev.
W. H. I nd. rauod, Pastor Me srrvlce, mm
Ihts church is vo-oiraJtn In tbe S in
lav eajtipalgn. hunday school st ii,
Sirs. (Jvurga Kntrlkea, sJpaniiiend.nL
rlt Memorial, Tenth and Pierce. rj
C. N. pawson, Pastor Bunds y school al
New Record Made in
Atlantio City Shoot
ATLANTIC C1TT. N. J.. Bept U.-A
new record for registered tournament
was mad In th "Waty Hogan ahoot her
today by Lester S. Oerman of Aberdeen,
Md., the veteran professional, who com
pleted his total of BOO targeta with 4!
break. Th former record, held by
Charles Newcomb and R. Brun. was 4M.
F. 8. Wright of South WaJsa, N. Y.,
former Nw Tork Mat champion, won
the Atlantio City eup competition by de
feating W, H. Wolatenoroft of Philadel
phia in ma snoototr. twenty to nineteen,
after they had Ued at lid In th regular
W'Oolfolk Henderson of Lexlnatnn. Vv
was high gun among the amateur for
th three da)- with tAJ breaks in 500 tar
get. Wright was second with 4S and
A. L. Hell of Allentown third with titk.
Mr. t o. Vogl of Detroit lad th four
woman shooters with a total of 43 break a
Omahans Will Urge
Representatives of the Commercial club
will go te Kansas City October U to pro
test against the recent report of Lieu
tenant Colonel Herbert Deakyn. which
waa adverse to the development of th
Missouri river for navigation. Tha board
of engineers for river and harbors, com
monly known a th board of army engi
neers, which will hear the protest, was
to hava assembled at Washington Octo
ber If, but th dat and puvc have been
At Syracuse Meeting
STRACVSrc. N. T Bept 11 -Three
amateur and professional race mad up
th program of th closing day of th
Orand Circuit meeting at th tat fair
Although no records wer broken, there
were several surprises, chief among
which waa the victory of Linl Brown
In the 1:0 trot. Finishing sixth In th
nrt neat, valentine took the bay trot
ter out In front In the next three heat
and was never headed, although Murphy,
with Mirthful, waa a contender all the
way. . .
In th 1:10 pace. Queen Bess won In
straight heats, after finishing second In
th flrat heat. Jean and Aahlock wr
th contenders. Ames' Al Blngen. clev
erly piloted by Lon McDonald, won the
l:l trot without trouble In trlght heats.
Mexican Given Life
on Murder Charge
Jo Oarcla, a Mexican, pleaded guilt)
to second degree murder and was sen
tenced by District Judge English to lit
Imprisonment In the penitentiary. H
killed Frank Klrkland wtth a club near
Seventh and Leavenworth streets,
Oarcla had been charged with first de
gree murder, but County Attorney Mag
ney accepted th plan of guilty to th
Th murder followed a quarrel among
a gang of railroad laborers who wr
working on August 10. Oarcla followed
Klrkland after th Intur had sought to
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ful New Idea (Jas Haiijres lu
Ktallfd in your kitchen nor
that you are oleanin house;
it will pleis you.
J U1GIB HARNEY
W can fur
nish CHI . IT AM EL
In th col
or: Light Oho,
This 1 Just tha Varnish for
boucclaDloc tlm. I' it on
your furniture or tnsld wood
work. It 1 traniarent aa ltu,
ta eaally applied and driea
qulrkly. and eot only "i cnt
per square foot.
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1 1 0E?
How often you meet him
-the "Wisher!" He wishes
for this, he wishes for that,
or he wishes for some other
thing; and he usually gets
nothing! Because wishing
will get no one anywhere.
So it is that the "Wisher" is
always and forevermdre a
"Wisher!" You know him
and his class "Oh, I wish I
had a decent place to live,"
or "I wish I had a home," or
"I wish I could get a farm."
Well, the only way he'll ever
get it is by going after it J
And we say to YOU now
that if you want a house,
lot, farm, or ANYTHING,
don't be a " Wisher," but go
and get it-go after it! Profit
by the experience of the
"Wisher" who never gets
anywhere or accomplishes
anything. If YOU want a
home go get it
And, listen, the easiest, safest
and best way to proceed is to
turn RIGHT NOW to the Real
Estate columns of THE BEE
and scan the offerings. There
you will find many opportunities
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