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THE BKK; QMA1LA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1915.
Ir. n. Hel Andrew.
CTF.t.t.A, Neb., Nov. 10.-(SpecUl.)-rr.
B. Hell Andrews died at his hum In
Nemaha City yesterday mornlns; after a
lingering Illness. He was a r,ntcl iv of
being one of the most widely known sur
geons In southeastern Nrhrask. He
csme to Hmwnvllle, Neb., In Kit and
practiced there and at Nemaha City
until 1SS7, when he came to Stella. A
few yeara ago he moved from here to
Oklahoma, but afterward came back to
Yr. Andrews was born In Ohio In 11.
lie la survived by Mrs. Andrews and
three sons. One eon Is a chemist and
the others are physlclana
Anton Pruna, tha man with the longest
riislndtnn's department of th local post
office hulMlng. t,& Wednesday mornlns
of peritonitis. He was a carpenter, (1
years old and lived at 1!M0 South Twenty
eighth street. Ills wife Is an Invalid.
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New Emperor of Japan Notifies His
Ancestors and Subjects of Ac
cession to Power.
ENTIRE NATION CELEBRATES
A 'Tor Pale" ad will turn second-han4
furniture Into cash.
Stella for many fears, during which time
Nebraska and resumed the practtoa at
record of continuous employment in the
Omaha's Credit Going Up!
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TOKIO. Not. 10. Yoshihlto was
confirmed or consecrated emperor of
Japan In Kioto, the ancient capital,
today, and In every city, town and
village throughout the empire,
wheresoever, Indeed, a Japanese was
10 be found, the event was celebrated
in some fitting manner. The Japa
nese call the consecration "Go
Talrel," or the Great Ceremony, lm
laying the greatest of all national
ceremonies. When they are speak
ing English they refer to it as the
The nirw sovereign neither subscribed
to oaths nor took a hereditary crown
upon his head. No clergyman, priest or
archbishop officiated as the intermediary
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Here the emperor hlmarlf Is supreme.
Here the coronation takes the form of
announcing to the spirits of the Impe
rial ancestor that he has formally suc
ceeded to the emperorship, that he has
come Into possession of the three divine
treasures, and that he has actually
ascended the "Takamikura" or Imperial
thrlne. and from the throne he an
nounces to his subjects that he has been
consecrated as emperor.
No Break In Sovereignty.
Thero Is no break In the sovereignty
over the Japanese empire. When the
Emperor Mutsuhito passed away his son.
Tfoshlhlto on July 30, 1913 Immediately
acceded to the throne and duly acquired
the sacred treasures. Simultaneously the
new ruler, who was today consecrated,
received his ministers of state and mem
bers of the court and proclaimed his
reign as that of "TaJttho" or "era of
great righteousness." Mourning for the
Km Dregs Dowager Haruko caused a
postponement of the coronation ceremo
nits, and today they were conducted
without the presence of the Empress
Sadiiko, lonsoit of the emoror. who Is
boon expecting to present another he.r
to the throne.
School t'tallarrn Mse Part.
Every possible arrangement has been
made to Impress upon the minds of
the youn? the significance of the cere
monies. The purt played by the school
children of Japan la ono of the most Im
pressive features ' of tlw entire corona
tion program, which will last about a
month. Special portraits of the emperor
and empress were distributed and com
memorative exercises were held In every
school throughout the empire; speeches
were made relating the Importance of the
coronation; at every scliool two treea
were planted in commemoration of tha
occasion and a flag procession of chil
dren was held In every district. At the
precise moment when the emperor
mounted the throne to announce his ac
cession to the peorw salutes are fired
by the army and navy and In whatever
part of the world soldiers and ships may
be located. Throughout the country can
non boomed, whistle were blown, flas
were flung to the create, aerial bomba
Hied, the national hymn aung and crias
of "bansai" awelled upward.
ltcllglon occupied . a prominent place.
American missionaries were leaders In
tho movement to hold Christian services,
and In every Christian church in the
empire native or foreign prayers wera
said for the longevity and happy reign
of Em.cror Yoshlhlto. The Christian
japMiulu of tho United States commem
orated tho coronation by presenting a
beautiful Bible to the emperor. The un
derlying Idea of the decoration of the
book was the lasting frlendsmp Deiween
Japan and the United States. Services
wero also held In every bmmo ana uua
dhist temple, etc
hervlcea In Tempi.
Service woro held also In every Shinto
and Cuuiih st temple. The 6alvatlon
Army obn.vcd the coronation by ex
pending a 3,Ct0-yen gift from the em
pe.or .ii istallishing new colonisation
burtaus, following the 'example of the
army In the United States.
The ar.ny lasued a manifesto, saying:
"We opened two 'alum posts' In Toklo
' with the imney granted by their majes
ties, and have also decided to start an
ex-prisoners' homo in Osaka. In what
better way could we commemorate the
great national event of the coronation?
"The work of the slum post Is to have
some well tried army officers live right
In the midst of the slum district, visit
tho people fr-Jtn house to house dally, at
tend the sick, feed the hungry, clothe
those who are In need, find work for
those out of employment, write letters,
etc., on behalf of those who can neither
write nor read; and above everything, en
deavor to lead them to the saving knowl
edge of Jesus Christ.
"This class of work Is well known In
western countries, but It is tne first of
Its kind in Japan, and we are full of
hope for Its success."
Commemoration of the coronation la
fcund In many other ulrectiflhs. '.'he gov
ernment isxtied a special series of pos
tage stamps and picture postal card and
presented special coronation medals to all
l artklpating In the various ceremonies.
The medal Is of silver. On the front la
engraved a golden chrysanthemum with
a branch of the citron ana sacred cherry
tree on either side. On the back are in
scribed twelve Chinese characters, mean
ing "Coronation Commemorative Medal,"
and the date, "Eleventh Month of Fourth
Year of Talsho."
Gifts for Emperor.
Officials and clerks In the service of
the government contributed 1H per cent
of their salary to present suitable gifts
to the emperor and empress. The army
gave a miniature field piece and the navy
a miniature ship.
Congratulatory lanterns were hung at
evurjr nouae in me empire, inousanas or
betrothed have hastened their marriage
so that it may occur auring the auspici
ous year or coronation and be sanctified
ly prosperity, health and Joy.
Trior to the commencement of today's
ceremony an Imperial messenger was dis
patched here from tne imperial head
quarters In Kioto to announce the cele
oration of the coronation ceremony be
fore the Korel-den, a shrine dedicated
to the souls of the imperial predecessors,
snd the Slitn-den, another shrine dedi
cated to the souls of the imperial ances
tors In the prehistoric deity period. The
jeremony tefore the shrines, which are
located in the imperial palace, was con
. luctej in a solemn manner according to
Jlilnto ritiiaj by court officials. Imperial
messengers were also dispatched from
Kioto on similar missions to the great
shrine at Ise and to the principal Shinto
, shrine throughout tha country, where
similar ceremonies were performed this
morning. Tha Imperial messengers to tb
prefectural shrines (there Is a state
shrine In each province) were represented
by prefectural governors.
The United States was represented at
the ceremonies by Ambassador George W.
Guthrie, Mrs. Guthrie, Poet Wheeler
first secretary of the embassy, and Mrs.
Wheeler; Cononel James A. irons, mil
itary attache and Mrs. Irons; Captain
Frederick J. Home, American naval at
tache, and Mrs. Home; Rear Admiral Al
bert J. Wlnterhalter and Mrs. Winter
halter; Commander J. II. Sypher, Ad
miral Wlnterhalter's chief of staff, and
Mrs. Sypher, and Commander Stanford E.
Moses of the Monitor Monterey.
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DOUGLAS. Arts., Nov. 10. General AI-
varo Obregon charges that Gworge C,
Carothers, apeclal agent of the American
state department. Is "dangerous to tha
tranquility of the defacto government In
Mexico" In a telegram sent today to Gen
The message asks Carransa, to take up
the matter with the Washington govern
ment. Carothers now is on the Sonora
border. Formerly he represented the state
department In territory controlled by
General Francisco Villa.
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