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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, .JANUARY I'M. iiir,
COP TURNS DOCTOR
AND SAYES A LIFE
In Absence of Police Surgtoni Jim
Murphy Successfully Applies
Pulmotor to a Woman.
THONED HUSBAND FAXEWELL
Because she was "lonesome" and
her husband had grnne to a dance
without her, Mrs. Mary Skow, 2$,
wife of Marius Skow, telephoned
goodbye to the latter yesterday and
atempted suicide by turning on the
In the absence of police surgeons,
Tatrol Conductor J. T. Murphy
rushed to the residence, 2 213 North
Eighteenth street, with a pulmotor
in the police ambulance, and proba
bly saved th woman's llfo by
promptly administering first aid
treatment. Later Dr. C. D. Folti
was reached and he declared that
the woman would survive.
Marius Bkow, bsrtender at Kurky
Holmes' saloen, raid ha was Just leaving
to (to horn for lunch when bla wlf
thnnsd him andssld that she would tK
df'ad when bo reached their house. Aa
he hart previously threatened to end her
life. "kow said he didn't think much of
the threat thla time.
Knanil UK. I nronarloMs.
When ho took a street car and reached
the hotmo ho found doors and windows
loeked and Mrs. Pkow was lyln uncon
scious on the floor of her bedroom, with
a cat Jet turnd on full. A nolo left by
her read In part pa follows:
pear Husnand and Friends: I am
lonesome and l.sve no children. Dear
lodge sisters, forflvo me."
Chow said they had been married nine
eara, and that his wife had been "sore"
because ho went to a dan re Tuesday eve
ning with aomo male . friends without
taking her. Ho b:oko down and cried.
Gas Generated by a
Battery Caused Blast
WASHINGTON, Jan. 19 Gas generated
by tha now Edison storace battery and
limited by a. spark of unknown oritin Is
held responsible for tho eplrlon on tho
submarine, E-i, at tho New York navy
yard Saturday, in a report to Secretary
Panlels today by tho board of Inquiry.
Thla board made an Investigation pre
liminary to tliat now being conducted by
tho naval court of Inquiry to determine
the causa of tho disaster In which five
men lost their Uvea and nlno were seri
Only one of tho survivors was examined
by tho board, as the othera were not In
a condition to testify. Consequently tho
report la regarded by tho secretary as
Cincinnati Aerie of
Eagles Facing Trial
iTNCINVATl. .. Jan. I!.-Wlth the
arrival here today of tho trial officers,
It became known that tho entire mem
bership of the Cincinnati aerie of Kaglea.
numbering more than 2.Snn, will be placed
on trial tonight, charged collectively with
"conduct unbecoming Bglcs." The trial
officers Include former Governor Thomas
A. Hell of California.
The trlala aro tho outgrowth of dif
ferences that originated In the local
lodge aomo tlmo ago relative to the ex
penditure of money on a trip to one of
tho annua) reunions of Kagles.
Settler Dies at
the Age of Ninety
Swan Nelson, one of the earliest Swed
ish settlers In Nebraska, died Wednes
dsy ".Horning at 2 o'clock at tho ago of
M years. Ho died at his home, 160tt Vin
Mr. Nelson came to Omaha in July,
is!, and has remained hero ever since.
He Is survived by one daughter, Mrs.
George Hanson; five grandchildren, May,
rtheta and Rdwln Ilasmussen, and Ed
ward F. and Rudolph Hanson, and one
great-crandchlld, Eddie T. Hanson.
The funeral will b held Friday from
the residence at I o'clock, with burial la
Trospect Hill cemetery.
to Build Another
Viaduct Over 13th
, Ths a19 sMnmlasloners will agree to the
lower of the grade 'of Thirteenth
street, south of tho Burlington tracks,
provided that the railroad company ar
ranges with Interested property owners
as to damages. The Uurllngton people
wish to place another viaduct acroas
Thirteenth street and havo asked tho city
to change the grade to permit them to
make this Improvement. The proposed cut
will start at tha present Burlington via
duct and will attala a depth, of sis feet
at Mason street
in Dundee Robbed
A burglar broke the glass In the front
door at tha home or G. W. Wickersham,
Bo North Forty-ninth street, Dundee,
rarly Tuesday evening, while tha family
was away. Tho house was ransacked, but
only Z worth of Jewelry waa taken.
MAN FOUND DEAD IN BED
PROVES TO BE ROY EDWARDS
Police officials havs discovered that the
man who bad it filtered at the New
Home lodging hoi-se, 1321 Douglas street,
as C. F. Kesslcr, and who died of heart
failure while lying In bed Tuesday, was
Hoy n. Kdwards of North riatte. He
had given an assumed name at tha lodg
ing houae. Edwarda' -wife arrived from
North Platte and identified her husband.
he will take the body to Tryon, Neb.,
for burial. There will bo no coroners
inquest as a post-mortem examination
proved Kdwards succumbed to heart fall-ire.
Kitchener Says Draft
Bill to Do the Work
I,'NfiO. Jnn 11-Tlif second day of
the committee stage of the military serv
Ico bill in the House, of Commons was
chiefly Interesting from the fact that it
elicited the opinion of Karl Kitchener,
secretsry of war, that the bill would pro
vide all the men he required to enablo
him to do all necesssry to be done In or
der to win victory.
He Goes to Jail for
Giving Liquor Away
bKNVKII. Colo.. Jan. 1!). James Cnrr
of Urldgeport. Conn., waa sentenced to
servo ten days In Jail In pollen court, to
day on the charge of giving away liquor
on a train entering nenver. In violation
of the atate prohibition law. Thla was
the rirst case In Denver under the new
SPEAK AT OMAHA
Special Dispatches Say Wilson Will
Speak Here on Stumping Tour
WILL TAKE PERSONAL CHARGE
Tresldent Wilson will speak in
Omaha on a stumping; tour of the
great cities of the country in his
fight for a bigger army and navy.
This information was contained In
special dispatches received last night
by The Bee from Washington.
The president, who will take per
sonal charge of the administration's
defense program in order to push it
through congress, will deliver ad
dresses in ritsburgh, Chicago, Kan
sas City, St. Liouls, here and perhaps
Friends of Former Secretary of
State Bryan, the reports said, will
send the Nebraskan to trail the
president, speaking ngainst pre
paredness. Will lake I'rrsonal (barge.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 19-rresldont
Wilson Is planning to assume personal
leadership In the fight for a stronger
army and navy. Bo many reports have
reached him of confusion over tho Issue
beforo congress and of the uncertainty
of the outcome, that lie hss determine
not only to go before tho country In pub
lic addresses, but to confer further on the
subject with leaders of the senate and
Representative Hay and Representative
I'adeett, chairmen of the house military
and naval committees, respectively, have
Informed Mr. Wilson that it will be from
fix weeks to two months before the com
mittees will bo ready to report nny army
and navy appropriation bills. While thl
work Is going n he prnjioscs to do his
utmost to solidify sentiment among the
people and members of congress In favor
of the plnns 1rnn up by the War and
ot lleterred hy 'opposition.
Friends of the president represent him
as being undeterred by the oicn opposi
tion of former Secretary liryan and oilier
pacificists, and by d'f feiences among ml
vocates of national defense over the ex
act plana to be adopted. He is said to be
firmly of tho opinion that the piomam
prepared by Herretsrles Cnrrlqnn an 1
Daniels Is the bctt which can be offered
at this time.
Dans for the rpeaklng trip will he
prepared aa quickly as possible. If neces
sary, tho president may elisnse tlio White
House social program, mapped out before
PIMPLES ON FACE
Became Worse and Worse. Face
Disfigured. In Blotches. Were
Red and Scaled Over.
PANAMA CANAL WILL BE
OPEN BYFEBRUARY 15
NEW YOrtK, Jsn. JT-Thn Panama
canal will bo opened to the largest ships
on February in. according to Colonel k.
r. Glenn, U. 8. A., who arrived here
today on tho steamship Metapan from
Colon. Colonel Glenn returned from a
si weeks' trip to tho cannl tnno und
said that when lie left thero was n chan
nel twenty feet deep at all points where
tho slides occurred. Ho added that canal
officials had sent out a notice on January
16 stating that tho waterways would be
ready for all traffic one month trom that
SOAP AND OINTMENT
"I had pimples on my face which gradually
became worse and worse all the lime. They
burned and Itched and I would wakeupoften
at night, and my face would
burn dreadfully and it. was
dliflgured for the time being.
At first, the pimples were in
blotrhea but gradually scat
tered, and they were red and
festered and also sealed over.
"Then I got some Cutlcnra
Soap and Ointment. At
flr I put the Cutlcnra Oint
ment on and then I bathed my face with
warm water and Cuttrura floap. and I had
not used them more than two weeks till t
noticed a rhange and now my faro Is entirely
healed." (Signed) Miss Marie Christiansen,
Itoute .1, Neola. Iowa, July 2.1, 1915.
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With 32-p. Skin Book on request. Ad
dress post-card "Cotirara, Dept. T, Rosa
ten." Bold throughout the world.
A "For Sale" or ' For Ttent" Ad placed
In The Bee will accomplish Ita p'ur-'
THE OMAHA BEE
THE HOME PAPER
Furniture and Stoves Rugs and Draperies
At Less Than Wholesale Prices
Danish Steamer 4 aptared.
!NION. Jan. IS. -A Cnnenhairen Mia.
patch to Tlouter'a Telegram company
says that the steamer Kiev, hound from
t npenhHgen for IJvri pool, has been cap
tured by a German destroyer. According
to the same dispatch, it Is feared that ths
Swedish steamer Miner, which left Cop
enhagen Hundav for Yslail. and whixh
did not arrive, also has been captured.'
Historic Hotel Ilaraed.
MKTtCRR, Va.. Jan. 1 Tho Hotel
Humes, built more than inn vear an .n.i
which bad entertained among many other
uinLinauinnen men, i.enorui i.aiayotte,
was destroyed by fire today.
We Must Vacate
n?n n ri
We Must Vacate our
S8Yenty-FIv8 Thousand Dollar Stock Must Be Sold Positively Nothing Reserved
Hundreds of samples and all of tho homo furnishings now stored in our big ware
house rooms must bo closed out. Wo must sell and sell fast and in order to move this big
stock quickly wo will arrange easy terms at tho same low prices.
Rubel Furniture Company, 1513-15 Howard St.
Now That We Have the
RAILROAD DENIED RIGHT
TO RAISE RATES ON COAL
Some month a(o the Uurllngton.
Union Pacific and Northwestern rail
roads Joined In an application to In.
.crease the rates on bituminous coal
from Colorado and Wyoming mines to
points in Nebraska and Colorado
Word cornea that the Interstate Com
merce commission has denied tho a p.
plication and tho old ratea will stand
Jn their application tho railroads asked
permission to Increase the coal ratea
H to IS cents per ton on net weight.
LOOK FOR GAS LEAK AND
FIND A BULLET IN METER
The .M-callbro bullet which Hoy AVat
Mns. colored youth, aent through hi,
riiiht lung Monday. In a vain attempt to
nd his life, following a love at fair, has
een removed from a gas meter at his
home, ISO North Twenty-third street.
Oaa company empluyra found tho lead
lllet when called to the bouse to locate
a gaa leak, following the attempted sui
cide. Watkina Is at Kt. Joseph's hospital
and a III probably recover.
yt7 TK TK TK Oa '
LETTERS CARRIERS ARE
AUVE Tp NEEDS OF POOR
Tho Omaha letter carriers aro right
aliva to the needs of tba poor. They aat
what waa left of their banquet last Sat
urday to tho Wlunteers of America, for
dUtritiuiioo among tha needy. One letter
man ho read the story of cheery olj
Aunt Mattie In Tha Ueo Tuesday evening
at Mis. McCormick II to buy some
lutdfiil Ihing for Aunt Mattie.
VlM-)fi' d Ad" habit.
J vi ad Tlx x Want Ads. Jt !'!
we find it so big and the time so short that we cannot place
the entire amount on sale at once. This stock will accord
ingly be sold by sections. The
Hen's Overcoats and Boys' Clothing
on Sale Saturday, Jan. 22d
The other parts of this stock will go on sale as soon as they
can be gotten ready.
for this sale one of the largest and greatest value-giving
sales ever known to this part of the country. Watch daily
papers for further announcements. ,
War upon Pain! g
Tain Is a vi.itor to every homo anj
usually it comes quite unexpectedly. But
you sre prepared for every emergency il
you keep a smsll bottle of Sloan's
Liniment handy. It ii the Jresteit
pin killer ever discovered.
Simply laid on the skin
bo rubbing required It drives
the pain away instantly. It is
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Winter tlierc is the same as summer.
Flowers bloom, fruit matures, birds sing and
sun shines the year 'round.
It costs no more to live m California than
in Nebraska. Furnished cottages or bunga
lows may be rented at nominal, cost. Supplies
of green vegetables and fresh fruits know no
Besides, every day is a day for out-of-door
life: Motoring, golf, tennis, polo, surf bathing
the only snow you will see i that that caps
mountain peaks hundreds of miles away.
If you would rid yourself of that dread of
winter, arrange now to visit California, and be
sure to travel there via
The Warm Winter Way
Two daily trains to Los Angeles and Pasa
dena, three daily trains to San Francisco.
For California literature and information
about train service, rates, routes, sleeping ear
accommodations, etc., apply to
L. BEINDORFF, C. P. & T. A.
1324 Farnam Street,
Phone Douglas 334.
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Family Trade supplied by WM. JETTER, Distributor,
2502 N St. Telephone Douglas 4231. South 863 or 868.
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