EVEN'INU STATE J O U R N A L AND LINCOLN DAILY NKWfl, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER bo the themselves In appeared Minitfr- of of In was In company of the systematically next and by say- persons a i LINCOLN M A N I S PROMOTED _ Marvin O. llrowu Mitde An Amir Field Clerk Attached to the Adjatant'a Fora*. CAMP CODY. DEMJNG, N. M., Nor. I -- (Special )-- A telegram Ins been received received from the we- department at Washington Washington by the commanding general of the Thirty-fourth division, I'. S. A., at Camp Cody. Dcming, N, M., apjo'ntlnÂ» Marvin C. Brown an army neld clerk and attaoh- li\g ElÂ«vator company, Â«t a tpeolul mooting mooting held today, changed Its plan of buti- nt's* from the ordinal Â»iock i-ci poriitlon plan to thÂ« co-opÂ«rtÂ»U\t! plan by coming und.T tho NebtaskS Un providing for the operation of co-operÂ«tlvÂ« companies. This company hÂ»Â« n.-vor paid dividends to its stockholders, basins rftithea to surplus'In thÂ« frÂ«Â«ftÂ»u7 until it now amount! to more thai) JM.OOO. In order to reduce the vrilue of the stock to par a dlvjdend of three thares \\as declared In addition to cent. cash dividend of 20 per J. W. Shorthlll of York, secretary of the state association of farmers' elevators WR* present and aaslated In making the change. JAP SAYS TASK TOO CHEAT. SAN FRANCISCO. Cal., Nov. 1.--It is not only Â· physlcc.1 impossibility, but strategically inÂ»dvisÂ«ble for Japan to send her h'rmles to the European battlefield*, battlefield*, in the opinion of Baron Megata. of Japan, head of the special Jai'iuioee linan- C!H! mission to Amcrk'H.. "If. in the face of u phvslcnl Impossibility. Impossibility. Japan should be foolhardy enoiiRJi to matte a superhuman effort to sumi troops, and If she speedily became exhausted--then exhausted--then who \\ovilu piolret 'he orient If Germany sill) remhinca undefeated?" undefeated?" waÂ» Moitata's am.wer today to the question of Japan sending un army to aid Italy. 1-aclt of tonnage, difficult; of communication communication and neÂ«d of the army at hmno were problems which would confront Japan, he declared, HOLY ROLLER SELENTS. CAUMI. 111., Nov. 1.--Samuel Seibert. pastor of the Church of the AponUo;, a Holy Roller sect, hear here, has changed his rnlnd about war. After hnvlne beon beaten by a carpenter for telling; his congregation congregation t)at "any man who fights tn the present war Is not a Christian," he was compelled to withdraw his statement, stand in the public squaio of Carml. doft his hat and salute Old Glory.