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ROW IN AURORA
mcipai oi ttifa bcnooi critic un
Hii Teaching and People
BUT MINISTERS ARE SILENT
AUIWftA. Neb., Nor. JO. (rclal.)
Tk Ministerial .association of the city
f Aoror hu besn confronted with a
prohlem which blJ welj to create a well
dsflssa -break in religious circles and
which hu already caused a wave of In
dignation to sweep smopc the eitlsens
kn evangelist by the nam of Kirkland,
wba la an imitator f tba atyla and meth
od Of "Billy" Sunday In his preachlnss.
la Us hornet around which the atorm
centers. A ahort time afo, after one of
Kirkland' s sensational aermona, Mies
Kathleen Q. Hearn, principal of the
Aurora High school, wrote letter to
members of the .Ministerial association
requesting that association to send Kirk
land from the olty on the grounds that
the evangelist "la sowing In the ears of
the children the seeds of vlleness and
wickedness, and under tha cloak of re
Ittioa la preaching not Christ, but Kirk
' . Mlalater Are Sliest.
Ko ackaowledrment ef the letter was
made by the Ministerial association and
it ts understood no action baa been taken.
following the composition of the lette
tha evangelist ts ald to have several
times taken occasion to refer Indirectly
la hla public addresses, or at least by
Inneado, to Miss Hearn In denunciation.
It la also asserted that Kirkland has not
modified the alleged otfenatve speech and
methods, but has, on the contrary, em
Two weeks after Miss Hearn sent her
letter to the ministers a petition was
circulated among the business men of
Aurora, and tt to said It was signed by
practically every man to whom it waa
presented. This petition aska that tha
Ministerial association make Dubllo a
statement which shall express either ap
proval or disapproval of the views ex
pressed by Kirkland with regard to the
character ef the high school principal,
Tha association continues to remain
silent In this matter also. It Is known
the evangelist when he earns to Aurora
ak4 tha local clergy to remain silent
If they were unable to approve of his
methods. But the degree of forbearance
whlqh tha ministers are maintaining la
beyond the understanding of the citlsena
of the city. '
Criticism of Kirkland has been almost
general throughout the town. He Is called
a mere "muckraker" by many and by
others a "Cheap Imitation of 'Billy Sun
day." The Aurora Republican of recent
flats print an editorial which Is entitled
"A Travesty on Religion." In denuncia
tion of Kirkland'a methods and the news
Paper appears to have expressed the senti
ment of tha entire population.
Clark Sees Wilson;
Is Not Committed to
All Defense Details
W'SMlNOfON'. Nov. S0.-Champ Clark.
1 .-ktr of the house, told lresldent Wil
li totiny tht he, favored a national de-
nu- rrogram within reasonable limits,
lie said he had not committed himself to
the details of the administration's pro
pose srwy and nacy Increase because
Re fi'S not" Thoroughly considered them,
but that he believed the coming congress
would work out satisfactory legislation.
"I only talked to the president for a few
mlnutea," said t ho speaker after leaving
tha White House. "We briefly dismissed
tha army and navy program that has
been proposed. I frankly said that I
would be In favor of legislation which
wauid assure reasonable defense fat the
country against any possible enemy. I
did hot go into details. For one thing I
think that there might be difficulty in
working out the plan for raising the so
called continental army, but t am confi
dent that the congress will work out a
general scheme of Increased defenses
which will be satisfactory to everybody."
Speaker Clark said he proposes to In
troduce a bill to double appointments to
Weat Point and Annapolis, and also to
make it possible for any qualified youth
te attend either Inatltutlon at hla own
expense and at actual cost.
Hudson Maxim Urges
Big Army and Navy
KANSAS CITT. Mo., Nov. .-Hudsom
Maxim. Inventor and authority on high
explosives; William .Hale Thompson,
mayor of Chicago, and Henry Dodge
Estabrook ef New Tork delivered the ad
dresses of honor here tonight at tba an
nual John Jay dinner of the Kansas City
Tha immediate preparation of a large
army and navy was advocated by Mr.
Maxim, who declared their need "from
every aenne of obligation, from every
sense of economics and from every sense
ef duty and religion.''
Leap from Coach
Kills Film Villain
SANTA BARBARA. Cal. Nov. .A
leap from a stage coacli whose horses
were supposed to be running Sway cost
tha life today of Leslie Reed, a moving
picture actor, aged J. Reed made the
jump while Impersonating a villain.
German "Reports of
Disorders in India
Denied by British
LONDON. Nov. iO.-The Indian office
today made formal announcements that
German press statements circulated In
foreign countries regarding disorders in
lndV.a aro absolutely unfounded. The
announcement specifically denies the re
port that a revolt has broken out any
where In India, or that rirahmlns, Bud
dhists and Mohammedans have united to
make' difficulties for the -"detested Eng
lish." as ststed from Gorman sources.
Denial likewise Is given te the asser
tion that the rajah of Ilhasflui has
headed any uprising.' or that grave dm.
orders already have occurred in Bombay,
Madras; Bahpur, Alahaba and Maspur, or
that rebels have Interfered with the de
parture of native troops, causing the
British troops to retire and subsequently
occupying their barracks and arsenals.
"There Is not a word of truth In these
statements, from beginning to end." the
"ecrejary of state, for India announces.
"There is no such person as the 'rajah
of Bhnglpur. If they think Nawab of
Bahawalpur Is referred to. he Is a minor
U years of age."
TTTR OMAIIA SUNDAY KEE: NOVEMBER 21, 1013.
Bicycle Racer Killed
By Thirty-Foot Fall
CHICAOO. Nov. 80. In the first heat
of ' the amateur handicap at the open
ing of the slT-day bicycle races tonight,
louts Kuehl'wa killed Instantly on his
third lap, when he flew over the rail on
the north turn and tumbled thirty feet
to the concrete floor below. Herman
Hoffman, who was leading, started to
slip and Kuehle swung; high to avoid
him, skidding over the. rail.
Dozen Are Killed by
Air Bombs at Udine
ROME,. Nov. (Via rnrl.-Autrlan
aviators threw fifteen bombs on Udlne.
Italy, on Friday, killing twelve people
and wounding twenty-seven, according to
an official announcement made by tha
Italian war office. Another squadron of
aeroplanes dropped bombs on Verona and
Virenia, In the Italian province of Vene
tla, and on Grado.
POLICE ATTACHES FIRED;
' VIS1TAN ILLEGAL RESORT
BT. LOUIS. Mo., Nov. 20. Police
Sergeant Wm. Harrison and three clerks
at headquarters, one of them employed
In the office of Chief of Police Young,
were dismissed from the department to
night as the result of evidence that they
had visited an alleged Illegal resort and
that one of them had accepted "hush
The clerks were Isadora Rittcr of the
chiefs office; Emmet Collar d and Tom
WAR COUNCIL TO
Next Conference of Allied Chiefs
Will Be Held in British
RUSS AND ITALIANS TO JOIN
. PARIS, Nov. 20. The next meet
ing of the allied war council will be
held In London. It la likely the Rus
sian and Italian governments will
designate representatives to attend
One session of the war council In
Paris this week waa held at the for
eign office and another, presided
oi er by President Potncare, at the
F.lysee palace. In addition the sev
eral members of the French and Brit
ish committees bad long consulta
Fremler Asqulth, who Is acting tem
porarily as war secretsry, conferred with
the French war minister, General Oal
lienl: A. J. Ralfour. first lord of the Brit
ish admiralty, with Admiral Lacasace,
French minister . of marine: Premier
FSrinnd, who Is In charge of the French
foreign portfolio, with Blr Edward Orey,
British foreign secretary, and Albert
Thomas. French under secretary of war
for munitions, with David IJoyd Qeorge,
British munitions secretary.
It is understood that an understanding
has been arrived at in regard to various
subjects and energetic action is expected
For Omaha is Urged
By Welfare Committee
A movement looking toward the fed
eration of the various charltlna in Onuhi
and, the Installation of a budget system
of handling finances, ' has 'been started.
A committor to tonsult with the heads
of the various charities In Omaha with
regard to such a plan was appointed at
noon by the welfare committee of the
AGED TEAMSTER SERIOUSLY
HURT IN FALL FROM WAGON
Taylor Bansbury. eged so years, a team
ster living at Tenth and Clark streets,
sustained a fractured skull when hn
waa thrown from his wagon In a run
away, Just as he waa' nearing his home
last evening. He was found by Mike
Toth, a neighbor boy. Dr. Charles
Zlmmerer and .Dr. . Charles Shook who
attended him say it Is doubteful whether
he will live.
Ancona Captain Gives
His Story of Disaster
LONDON. Nov. JO. A dispatch to tho
Dally Telegraph from Milan gives the
deposition of Captain Massardo of the
Italian steamer Ancona, which was re
cently sunk In the Mediterranean by a
-rsubmarine. The deposition wsa taken by
a commission for the Italian government.
The deposition ssys that the submarine
kept firing at the Ancona as It ap
proached. The occupants . of the first
boat were panic stricken and were
drowned when the boat capslsed. The
submarine, says the deposition, only
stopped firing when It was within 200
yards of. the liner. By then nearly all
aboard were in the lifeboats or had
Jumped overboard with lifebelts.
The submarine, said tha captain's state
ment, discharged a torpedo,, hitting the
Ancona between the first and second
water compartments. It waa then that
the underwater boat hoisted a large Aus
trian flag, says tha deposition.
Ida Grove Trims
Lake City Eleven,
Fourteen to Six
IDA OROVE. la. Nov. J0-(Ppec'sl
Telegram. With Fullback King, Half
back Finer end Guards Clooss and Jen
Sen, of the regular Ida Grove f ot ball
team on the side lines and their places
filled by substitutes, Ida Grove defeated
Lake City this afternoon. 14 to .
Early In the third qnsrter It looked
like the game would end In a row pa
lake City refused to accept a penalisa
tion of half way to their goal and banish
ment of Tackle Wright for slugging. It
was claimed that Wright hsd been prev
iously warned twice to desist.
' Lake City scored first, a long forward
pass to Cochran paving the way. Ida
Orove rallied strong and five minutes
had carried the ball the length of the
field for a touchdown and added another
In the third qusrter. Just before the
Lake City held Ida Grove for downs on
their one-yard line. Goodrich made both
scores for Ida Orove and Nokes scored
for Lake City. Ida Grove ends the sea
son Thanksgiving day with a game with
Omaha Commercial Hlgn school here.
They have gone through thus far with a
uniform list of victories.
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STKACTJSE. N. Y.. Nov. JO. (Special
Telegaram.) Billy Sunday wna !W yeara ,
old yesterday. From the time the even
gellst awoke until he retired, exhausted, ,
but happy after a strenuous day he was
not allowed to forget the fact. The first !
mail this morning brought a deluge of ,
congratulatory letters and cards, one of j
tho former coming from Korea and each
succeeding mall waa heavier.
gyracaseans who were unable to scour
muuniu hnvs found tho reason In lh
fact that all were busy carrying telegrame
and gifts to Sunday headquarters.
A dentist sent a dosen caps of honey.
A butcher sent a turkey, and German
friends sent sauer kratf.
The. Syracuse - ministerial association
and newspapers sent rosea. These were
a r f tha manr. but the climax came
this evening when presentstion followed
presentation. The rnoir gave a lo.imam
pen.1 but floral remerriorsnces predomin
ated, transforming the tlatform Into S
CONTRABAND NOTES TO
GO TO ALL BELLIGERENTS
WASHINGTON. Nov. .-American
protest against ths placing of nearly
all articles of commerce on the contra
band lists of European belllgorents. win
go to Germany and Auatrla as well as
to Oreat Britain and its allies.
la the last note to Great Britain re
garding Interferences with neutral trade,
Secretary Lanafng gave notice of an In
tention to make contraband the subject
of a later communication and prepara
tion of this dooument already Is In pro
gress. Today It became known that when It
Is forwsrded to London vlrually Identical
notes wtl be dispatched to the Teutonic
allies and to France and Italy.
7 4 "Te, staasga Hibllc.
ST. JOUIS. Nov. -E. n. Lllley. form
erly general manager of the Express aqd
the Tribune of Los Angeles, has been
appointed general manager of the t.
Louis Republlo,.- wsa nnpunced to
night Before going to, California. Mr.
Lllley was associated In the direction
of the Plain Dealer of Cleveland. O.
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SUIT FCR BIG DAMAGES
HAS BEEN DISMISSED
Al,'BtRN. Neh.. Nov. .. (Special.)
The district fourt for Nemaha rouiity
convened again wll'i JuWc J. E. Bt-gley
of ra.pl! lion on the bench. In th cass
of Mclninch against Coline, alleging
libel, a motion to require liia plaintiff
to give security for rostx. Mr. Mclnlnrn
having moved to Kansas City, Mo., i-lnce
the commencement of the suit, was sus
tained.: and Mr. Mclninch declining to
give tha security the case wss dlfcmtasbd.
A Jury wss empaneled in the case of
Fred G. Hawsby against Jamea Sparks,
and yesterday afternoon returned a vrr
dict for the plaintiff for ro.
The Jury la tbe rase of Coryell sgslnat
Williams returned a verdict for the de.
fendant. This suit was for the breach
of. a contract to el corn. Pislntifr
claimed that fart of the contra' t was
that be was to pay 4 telephone call and
this took the ease out of the ststute. De
fendant denied the phone rail was part
of the contract, but admitted the sale of
the corn, and that he knew the plaintiff
had resold tt. Cora had advanced be- '
tween the time of making of the sqle i
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