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result of the final enactment of the' icace resolution, Representative Anhony, Anhony, Kansas, in charge of Ihc Army approprialioiiB in the House, bald la- day. ' . He declared that appropriations in lie Army for the current fiscal year ire so limited that the war dcpart- nent will he forced to return the roops within a month or'vlolalc the Dorah amendment to the army ap- Fifteen Decrees ID Divorce Handed, III Open Court . Fifteen, decrees .in' divorce have liecn granted by the Fayelte county court, the actions having lain, undispos- ed during the. extended session ,of the June term of court on account of amount of criminal .work Seveti wives were divorc- the large taken up. ed along wilh eight husbands a percentage percentage showing the • responsibilit> for severance of marital vows ahoui cvc'n. ""." ,". - • "" : -' -. "George E. Hobough of Uniontow .won a decree from Nettie M. Hobuinjh of-Buller on the grounds of dcscr- .HOTI. Ilobaugh quarttelwl wilh his wife concerning her conduct \vith oth er. men. while, lie was iu the'army. Sarah Lydia Blair of Fanrchanco was divorced from John C. Blair on the grounds of desertion. Thej- were married August 3, 191-1, at Oliphant Furnace. Blair wanted io put two of his wife's.child-en by a prior marriage marriage in a hpuie. They lived- together together one week. James Robinson, of Wynrf alleged thai his wife went out car riding with Francis Moore. . They were married August 1C, 191fl, In'Uniomown. Sain Sabula of Simpson alleged that his wife was guilty of intimacy with Charlie Fody. They were .nMrrJied August i'S. 190S. : Slnrtha -M. Herring of Unionlown charged Albert F. Herring with ciuelty. They were married May 2S, 101S. at Cumberland.