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THE AJKQUB. MONDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1894.
A STORMY SESSION.
Th Epteeopml Cosvrntioa of the Diocese
of Iowa mad the Bishop.
- The 42nd annual convention of the
Episcopal diocese of the state of
Iowa, over which Bishop William
Stevens Perry, of Davenport, pre
sided at Des Moines last week, and
which adjourned to meet in Daren
port next year, proved a stormy one,
in the sense relating to the proposi
tion to give the diocese an assistant
bishop, and Episcopalians here, as
elsewhere, watched the proceedings
with more or less interest. The
bishop occupied the chair at all the
sessions. The bone of contention
arose over the fact that the bishop in
his Episcopal address had seen the
wisdom of withdrawing his assent to
the appointment of an assistant
bishop of the diocese, and there were
quite a number of pointed remarks
over the disposition to conceal the
discussion on that subject from tbe
secular press, Uev. Dr. Thomas E.
Ureene, of Cedar Rapids, who is
mentioned as a prominent candidate
for the proposed new ecclesiastical
duties, assuming the position that
nothing should be done behind closed
doors, and his opinion finally pre
vailing. Despite the attitude of the
bishop, a committee had been at
work in the diocese for months ob
taining a consensus of opinion
throughout the diocese, with the
bishop's sanction, and this commit
tee did not propose to have its re
port ignored. The committee there
fore held that the bishop bavingorig
inally given his consent in writing
to the appointment of an assistant
bishop, he could not now withdraw
it without the convention's consent.
and the committee having been ap-
uiuieu uy me convention was an
swerable to it and not to the bishop,
and could be no more read out of ex
istence than the convention which
created it. Furthermore, the com.
mittee maintained that the bishop
having given his consent to the dio
cese of the appointment of an assist
ant bishop, he could not withdraw it
without the consent of the conven
The bishop had in his letter of as.
sent held certain requirements nec.
essary for the appointment of a co.
adjutor bishop, and the committee
reported that it had keen unable to
comply with all these requirements,
as some of the parishes opposed the
plan as leading to a possible division
of the diocese, others riticisins: the
administration of Bishop Terry of
u.uuesau Biiairs, cnarging mm with
seeming want of appreciation of the
needs of the diocese, and still others
prayerfully approving of the move
ment, refused the financial aid neces
sary to establish it. Financially, the
committee reported a manifest un
willingness of the diocese to sub
stantially aid the movement to sup
ply ine neea 01 increased Episcopal
The consideration of the . report
that followed brought out a Ion" dis
cussion, during which, according to
the Democrat, the bishop was sub.
jected to many severe criticisms as to
his administration of the diocese, the
chief complaint being that he had
been away too much, while others
were equally outspoken in their loy
alty to the present head of the dio
cese of Iowa. The convention, after
going into the committee of the whole
on the discussion of the matter,
adopted a resolution asking the
bishop to recall his withdrawal of
consent to the election of an assist
ant bishop, and a new committee be
appointed on the subject f raising
funds for the establishment of a new
diocese or dioceses. The committee
reported this resolution back to the
convention and it was adopted.
The bishop maintains that when a
sufficient endowment has been made
to satisfy the house of bishops, he
will make recommendation, and for
the present he declines to change his
position in withdrawing his assent to
the appointment of the assistant
bishop. He says: "When the con
vention assures me that it is in earn
est and has the means to sustain an
assistant bishop, I shall give it fur
" THE SASSIETY TOUT.
Bla latest Bmdget of Tlpa Comtmtas Saaaa
That Are Very ImtereaUac. -
Both Belgravia and Bohemia, not to
ay tba church and stage, will be great
ly interested in the news of two engage
ments about to be announced.
Now, I want to preface my voiding of
the rumor by declaring that I know
both engagements will be emphatically,
even violently, denied, but that is only
the proper caper now.
I hear that Mrs. Paran Stevens la to
marry Mr. Albert Morris Bagby.
Now, nobody needs enlightenment as
to Mrs. Paran Stevens, but there may
be a few forlorn folks whose social en
cyclopedia contains no reference to Al
bert Morris Bagby.
Nevertheless he is a charming chap,
of whom the women always apeak as
"that dear little Bagby."
Be is a western born man ot really
oriental tact and finesse.
He gives music lessons, having been
the favorite pupil par excellence of
Liszt, and incidentally he gives the
swellest mnsicales of the season at the
Waldorf at fo a ticket.
He has charming manners and baa
just completed a novel on the romantio
life at Weimar of his great teacher, tho
He has attained a really enviable po
sition in the genuine hant monde solely
by his gentle breeding and his immense
diplomacy, and nobody but his rivals
will wish him anght bnt lots of plums
in his wedding cake.
The other engagement that will soon
bo announced is that of MiRS Olive
Chamberlin and young Harper, son of
a member of the great publishing bouee.
The very namo of Harper is synony
mous with Methodism and millions,
and Miss Chamberlin is the daughter
of that popular all round sport and
"nature's nobleman," John Chamber
lin. Sbo is a superb yonng woman still in
her teens, of the Jnnoesque type of beau
ty and inheriting the magnetic chana
of her mother, who was the brilliant,
beautiful Emily Thorne, sister of the
late Charles R. Thorne, Jr.
The stamp of approval of Miss Chain
borlin's beauty and chio bears the Hall
mark of such connoisseurs as George
Work, George de Forest Grant and
Francis Sykes, and she is as brilliant as
she is beautiful.
I am requested to deny authoritative
ly that Mrs. E. Berry Wall contem
plates going on tho comic opera stage,
or that sho is even considering the offer
mado her by a well known impresario.
To bo sure, she is taking singing les
sons and is cultivating her voice with
really fervid devotion; bnt, bless yon,
so is E. Berry himself.
No, Mrs. Wall will not appear on
any stage, not even the amateur, this
year. Cholly Knickerbocker in New
Why de Tom Cemm?
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best and most reliable. Sold by
Hartz & Ullemeyer.
Children Cry for
Should be used in attempting to cure
that very disagreeable disease, ca
tarrh. As catarrh originates in im
purities in the blood, local applica
tions can do no permanent good.
The common sense method of treat
ment is to purify the blood, and for
this purpose there is no preparation
superior to Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Hood's pills cure constipation by
restoring peristaltic action to the
Low Km ten to the South.
On November 20th, December 4th
and 18th, the B., C. R. & N. Ry. will
sell excursion tickets to points in the
south and west at extremely low
rates. Tickets will be sold to the
following territory: All points is
Oklahoma, Texas and Indian Terri
tory. To points in southwestern
Missouri and eastern Kansas, includ
ing St. Joseph, Atchison, Leaven
worth and Kansas City. Tickets are
good 20 days from date and stop over
will be allowed.
For further particulars call on sta
tion agents or address
J- MORTON, G. T. & P. A.
Cedar Rapids, la.
or over riftjt Kemra
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
lien used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gams,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrtta
Twenty-live cents a bottle.
Tue Abgcs, only 10c a week.
THE MATCHMAKING QUEEN.
6he May Kot Re ritTntcully fttranf, bat Is
Able to Arrange Convenient Marriage.
Queen Victoria is said to be getting
increasingly feeble in her powers of lo
comotion and has to be carried up stairs
or the smallest rise of ground. But
whatever may be her physical condition
hor mental powers are absolutely unim
paired, and her capacity for work is
undiminished. She takes increased in
terest, too, in matchmaking and has of
late repeatedly expressed her opinion
tliat the poorer princes of the younger
branches of the royal bouse of Eng
land ought to marry into the wealthy
aristocracy of Great Britain as Prince
Adolphus of Teck has jnst dona
This young man has certainly done a
wise thing by choosing as his wife the
daughter of the Dnke of Westminster,
the richest peer in England. Few peo
ple outside the two families and the
lawyers are likely to possess trustworthy
information respecting the settlements
in this match, but rumor has it that the
duke has provided a dowry of 500,000
besides settling f 25, 000 a year upon the
young couple. It may be said with ab
solute certainty that the prince has
brought nothing into tbe settlement be
yond life insurance policies and possi
bly a few thousands provided by the
queen, with whom ho is deservedly a
It is no disgrace to the Duke of Teck
to say that he lives well up to and prob
ably considerably beyond his inoome,
especially since the futuro king of Eng
land became his son-in-law. London
The London "Sooth End Mystery" to Clow
With the Hanging of Bead.
It is many months since London and
all England have been aroused to such
unanimous interest in a criminal trial
as that manifested in tbe solution of
what has been known since June last as
the south end mystery. A young mar
ried man in oomfurtable circumstances
named Read has been tried for the mur
der of Florence Dennis, a young wom
an with whom he had improper rela
tions. Her body was found in a lone
some spot, and there was no direct evi
dence to connect Read with the crime.
It was principally his reckless, unsup
ported denials and the extraordinary
story of his depravity in many direc
tions that finally resulted in his oonvio
tion and sentence to death.
It was proved that he was in the
neighborhood of the murder when he
asserted he was 60 miles away. It was
also shown that he had similar relations
with several other women, and that the
murdered girl was about to become the
mother of his child. Nevertheless the
evidence was not sufficient to convict in
an American court, and the prisoner
reaffirmed his innocence in strong lan
guage before the death sentence was pro
nounced upon him. He will be hmngnrt,
London Cor. New York Sun.
Pnroell, the most extraordinary mu
sical genius that England ever produc
ed, died at the age of 87 from a cold
contracted by being locked out of the
house by his termagant wife. He waa
popularly said to be the handsomest
man in Loudon. .
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When soiled simply wipe off with a
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the only waterproof goods made with
such an interlining, it follows that
they are the only collars and cuffs that
will stand the wear and give satisfac
tion. Every piece is stam ped as follows:
If anything else is offered yon it is an
imitation. Refuse any bet the genu
ine, and if your dealer docs not have
what yon want send direct to cs, en.
dosing amount and stating size and
whether a stand-up or turned -dom n
collar is wanted. Collars Sc each.
Cubs 500 pair.
The Celluloid Company,
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His Prices on
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Telephone No. 12 14.
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See our Fall
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