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TTIE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1916.
Can He Make the Saddle?
IN WEST RESUMED
German Official Report Tells of In-'
creased Actiyity Alans' Franco
HOT HAND GRENADE BATTLES!
SIX WOMEN BURN TO
Daughter of It Banker, Cod tin,
Kune and Two Servant Die
of Suffocation .
TOTOG WOMAN SAVES MOTHZE
NEW YORK, Feb. 4. Sli women
lost their lives in a fir which de
stroyed the home of Mm. Caalmlr
Tae; at J3 Hancock street, Brooklyn,
esrly today. Mrs. Tag. widow of the
president of the German Savings
bank, escaped, but two of her daugh
ters were among thoae who per
ched. The dead nre!
CAROUNC TAG AND HKLEN TAO.
the daughters of the late bank president.
HANNAH K. BNAVLET. years old.
a cousin of Mr. Til-
JENNIE PTERMAN. a nuree.
ANNA CAIN AND MZZIB CAIN,
Th fire ta attributed to defective In
aulatlon of wlrco. M!m Carolina Tag waa
awakened by arnoka and discovered tha
fir about ( o'clock this morning. Hast
nlng to the telephone abe notified har
brother, who lived In an adjoining houaa,
and then telephoned to tha fire depart
ment Aa aha rava tha eddresa of her
homa to tha operator at fire headquar
ter aba asld:
"I am being overcome by smoke."
Clrea Life for Otkere.
Miss Tsg awakened her mother, who
la S year old, and sided her to escape
: through a thlrd-atory window to tha roof
. of aa extension In tha rear of tha house.
Apparently WSss Tag then went to tha
rooms af her sister and the other oc
cupants and awakened them, and she,
with the other, were trapped by tha
flames and smoke which filled the hell
and stairways, cutting off their meena
af exit. There were no fire escapee on
the building and the firemen were de
lated In reaching the house by heavy
When tha firemen reached the house
It was biasing furiously. Mrs. Tag was
taken down from the roof of the exten
sion to safety, but It aa not until after
tha fls was entlngu!i 4 d that the bodies
of tha six victims were discovered lying
In the rooms and halls of the third and
Mlra Caroline Tag wee engaged to be
married on February IB. Jler father
was prominent In the tobacco Industry
as well aa In banking and left an estate
stlmated at l.WO,0f,
tve More at Atlaatla City.
ATI-ANTIC CITT. N. J.. Feb. 4,-Flve
peranna lost their live and eight others
were seriously Injured early today In a
fire) which destroyed tha Overbrook hotel
at Fad Ho and Mount Vernon avenuea In
are aUll In th mine. Several of th In
lured are expected to ale.
to lira 1a oeuevea 10 jvave smrcea in
the kitchen. When It vm discovered
flamea ware- shooting up tha elevator
shaft and soon afterward tha entire
building was burning. There wer not
many guest. In the houaa and most of
tartan 'ware 'aroused in time te eeje.
Their xit waa cut off and moat of them
lied to 'Jump from windows. -
On woman was aeen to taint after oall
Ing for help from an upper window and
via burned to death while her body lay
acres the still In view of hundred of
persona unable to help her. Tha eft-fineer
. of the hotel hung out of a window until
the fire reached ni band and caused
him to drop to th street. He waa killed
almost Instantly. Another woman, who
ritrmfi-d to crew! out of a window, fe'.l
antt Uo loot har Ufa,
The bodies of the dead etUl In tha
ruins' are those of tha parents of IUch
srd Mott. proprietor of tha hotel, and
Paul Hendricks af Chamharaburg, Pa.
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tern AMr sm wmt
for Places as
' Local republicans ambitious ta get Into
th running a delegetea to Chicago and
' thera aid In nominating tha next preal
i dent of the United States are coming out
Into the open in this, tha Second con-
; sreeelonal district. In their behalf, petl
! . tloita are being circulated for signatures
1 to put their Mines tha ballot at th
;. 1 prtmariea to be held in April.
1 In order to get onto th ticket, ' each
candidate must have th signatures of
j ' republicans of the district, and now
f I the huatia tc get tha names la about to
5 reUUona have already made their ap
pearanoa at Union Pacific headquarters
I J for Nelson H. Loomls, general solicitor
. j of tha road.
William Ourley, attorney, also baa his
' I prepared.
Ctucr republicans msntionrd who are not
' as willing to receive thla political honor
' Include Myron U Learned, Howard
- Baldrtga, Jamea E. Rait and John W.
Charlea F. McGrew has let It be know 1
that be will submit bis name for the place
on the republican national committee
.from Nebraska. He la a resident of
Omaha, formerly In the banking business,
bot w retired, and for thla position will
be votJ for by republicans In all parts
of tha atate. Th present member. R. B.
JtoweO. wnsticceasful candidate for the
governorship last time, has not yet stated
definitely whether ha will try again.
DEMOS LINE UP
(Continued from fag One.)
dor of American rightaT' he aald. "If
these Islands become anarchlstlo and tha
people get to warring among themselves,
you will be blamed for It, as you ought
to be. If other countries go to war over
them. It will data from tha day when you
oc wards abandoned a taak which rrovt
deno placed in your handa and which,
by this act, you are acknowledging you
are unable to master."
Senator Btone, replying, ehaJreoterlsed
Senator Smith's remarks as "a vocifer
ous, cattertag', dreary, Inane, partisan
As passed th hill carries a provision
authorising tha preetdent whan Independ
ent Is granted to negotiate treaties
needed to adjust alt property rights of
cttlsonahlp of tha United States and ether
countries tn th Islands and to acquire
guoh naval bases and coaling stations
within that territory as he deems neo
ry, y'( '
rievaes Woe'S Rnlargeg.
The upper house of tha Flllplmt Uaixla
tur would be enlarrsr to twenty-four
lumbers, twaaty-two ahoaen by th
voters and two appointed by th governor
general to represent th .non-Christian
tribes. The lower hcuSe would be l.
creased front eighty-one to ninety, .tha
people choosing elhtyon and the gov
ernor naming nli-f
Th governor ceneral would hav a
veto power, such as rests sow 'with tha
eecrotarjr at war. A two-thlrda rote of
tha legislator would be needed to over
rule it. Th president would hav the
right to Intarpoe aa absolute veto within
six months, , . . . ,
No restrictions r lmpoe4 upon the
legislature' power to levy export duties,
except that they cannot be levied on ex
porta to th United Stata. A limit of
117,000,0(10 placed on tha publla Indebted-
naaa. which perralta th Issuance of new
bonds to replace the rr.OOO.OOO friar land
bond now being retired.
Tha bill would increase the rlrht of
suffrage for tha preaent K0.0GO to ap
proxlmaUIy TOO.cos by extending K to any
cltlaen able to read and write a native
language. Polygamous marriaaaa . and
th Import, sal or manufacture of In
toxicating drinkg or drug. excoDt the
native beverages, would he forever pro
hibited, and no laws could be paseed that
wouia permit religious disortml nation or
uie creauaa of a nobility.
STORIES OF CRUELTY
TO INSANE TOLD
Witnenei Detail Scemea in the Nor
folk Asylum, Testifying- to
Abcie of Inmates.
BERLIN, Feb. 4. (Via London. 1
Continued and increasing; activity
by the allied artillery along the
Franco-Belgian front is reported In
today's statement by German armyi
headquarters. Explosion of a Brit-j
lib mine, which destroyed one of the;
mine craters nesr Hulluch which the'
Germans were occupying:, Is an-1
nounced, as well as apparently In-
conclusive hand grenade operations;
along the front near hy. The text of
the statement follows:
"Western theater: North of Hulluch
one of the mine crators which was oc
cupied by ua has been destroyed by an
other mine, exploded by the English.
Mear Loo and Neuvtlle there has 1
been lively hand-grenade fighting.
Tha enemy artillery has been increas
ingly active st various places along the
front, especially In the Argonne.
"Weet of Marie, a French fighting bi
plane, the pilot of which had lost hi I
way, fell undamaged Into our handa. 1
"Eastern theater: Ther I nothing to
"Balkan theater: Our airmen noticed
extensive flrea In the Vardar valley aouth
of the Greek frontier and also at depots
tn tha port of SalonikL"
Aaatrlaa Official Report
The official statement given out yes
terday by the Austrian war office aa re
ceived here today la aa follows:
"A Russian raid agalnat our advanced
poeltlona northeast of Boyon failed.
"In East Oallcla and Volhynla ther
waa pronounced activity on both aides
by aeroplonea. A Russian squadron
threw six bomb on Rocsaca, killing two
Inhabitants and wounding several others.
Another Russian aeroplane dropped a
bomb notthesst of I-uckdrel, which
wounded Russian prisoners.
"An Auatro-IIungarlan air squadron
successfully bombarded tha districts
west of Courthov and north of Zharas,
"At several places on tha Italian coast
there waa lively artillery fire. At tha
Tolmlno bridgehead the Austro-Hunga-rlans,
by sapping operations, enlarged
their positions, in tha trenches left by
the enemy many dead and a large quan
tity of war material were found.
"Auatro-Hiiugartan vanguarda reached
the district west of Kruvoa, Albania."
Freaeb Official Report.
PARTS. Feb. 4--Via Iondon. 1.26 p. m.)
At th war office thla afternoon the
following atatement was given out:
"Thar were no Important eventa last
night except In tha Voegee, where the
artillery on both aldea waa active near
DraUnkopf, In th valley of th Fecht,
and at AUmatf
WAKmNOTON. Feb. 4. Bperlsl Tele
gram. Iowa postmaatara appointed:
Acme, Howard county, Mlaa Mary M.
Brown, v1c Michael O. Brown, removed;
Iav1a City, necatur county, Emma
R, Adkine, Vice Burrla At.. iiowelU ,jre
meved. ' M : .
A charter ha been Issued to tha Al
caster National bank of-Alcester, K. D.,
with capital of 130, 000. Increase of
capital approved. ...
Tba Cedar Rapida National bank,
Oedar Itnptde, la., has Increased ita
capital from 1300.003 to 1600,000.
Tint stosk or th town
Eaid on Durazzo
BERLIN Fab, 4. TBjr TTlreleSs td Say.
villa.) Toe AiuXro-llungarisn admiralty
la , statement isaiwd at Vienna today re
orta that three airship raids wer made
en th Albanian port of Liuraxao, from
January IS to February I. The atatement
also announces that bombs were dropped
by Austrian aeroplanes on the port of
Avion, which la occupied by Italian
HIGH TONED CATTLE CAUSE
OWNERS MUCH TROUBLE
L-ULUMBU!,. Neb., rah. 4. f SoaftUl
-,. ruiwu , 1 or securing a
municipal owned electrolier system in tha
Business district of Columbu thla sum.
mer were considerably brightened by the
appears rice of a committee from the
Commercial club before th eity council.
in session tonight, assuring that body
mai an aw necessary will be rendered.
Th committee consisted of O. W,
Phllllpa, A. R, Miller and L- jf . Leaw
The aim la to have th system Installed
oerore construction of th paving, there
by reducing the cost.
At a recent special election th elec
trolier proposition, when coupled with
the problem of extending the franchise
f the electric company, met defeat. Tha
plan new Is to circulate petitions orovld
Ing for a bond issue to be Voted upon at
tne regular spring eltctlon.
PATIENTS KICKED AXD BEATEN
NORFOLK. Neb.. Feb. 4- Special Tel
egram.) fitorie of cruelty to patients
and of cruel attendants being long re
tained; of women of immoral reputation
being kept until they voluntarily left! of
some of them being commonly known as
'papa'i pot": of vulgar stories told te
Woman employes by tha superintendent;
of questionable familiarities between a
urea and a mat patient; of tne super 1
tandent calling on patient a Til narna
within hearing of other patients; of re
tention of nurses and attend ante, found
asleep on duty and guilty of other vio
lations of rules-. the superintendent
;Uing his arm around various nurses;
of th superintendent making alighting
remerfcg to employee concerning his as
sistant physicians, and telling certain
r.opiof ea personal stories coneernlng oth
ers ; of a , nurse describing the superin
tendent s a "fresh old man"; of hla
alleged carelessness tn regard to contag
ious epidemics, were features of tha ad
verse testimony brought out at tha third
day's investigation .Into Zr. Outtery'a
Management f the Norfolk Stat hoe
pi 'a 1 for tha Insane.
; One former attendant told ef Boeing
4 - patient knocked down, ktc&ed, and
then, whlla trying to get up, kicked In
the jaw and knocked over backward, be
cause he put his foot agalnat tha freshly
Achla Bagby, the attendant, accused I
of thla. remained In the hospital nearly .DDCD AD CHMCCCt tl
rear after this and other crueltle. "UL,UM J
Ono ha jerked a chair from Under a fljiE ISSUE"""
awariea, cnppiea, ouna pauent ana gave
him a kick, telling htm to get out.
Tha general night watch told of seeing
a woman nurse beat a male patient with
heavy strap, whlla he was strapped
band and foot to a bed. and of beating
woman patient In the face. While ahe
waa held to the floor by another nurse.
The supervisor asserted that Dr. Out-
i!.." (ADVANTAGE OF THE
".. -I mwl w 1 iv.ciK., MM W - a a- n a-k
Many wltnesea asserted that Dr. Out- LUVV r'KlLitO IN ULLt
tary told tnem to be kind to Patients i I
ana some eaia u general oonauot 01
the hospital regarding food, clothing,
comfort, ate.,, waa aa good aa It ever
WILL WITHDRAW NAME
AW sTUNcisOo Cat . F.b 4Oov.
eroor Elraaa W. Johnson said hero to.
day that M wouM not pormft bis nana te
remain an the rolls of tne secretary of
state of Minnesota as a candidate for
the progressive nomination for president
in tha klarch 4 primary election. Ilia
xame was filed yesterday.
I had already refused permission to
ioe my name s a candidate in inne-
MAJOR GEORGE KIRKMAN IN
INSANE ASYLUM IN ILLINOIS
Word baa reached Omaha that G serge
Kirxman. Torraerty a major In tha United
State army and atattoned at For't Nio
brara, Neb., for a number of years, has
been seat to th Illinois Insane asylum
at Kankakee, having Son there from
In IM hfra. Chandler, wife ef Lieuten
ant Chandler, eloped from Fort Nio
brara with Major Kirk man. Later the
woman waa found in New Tork and re
turned, ubseqoeotly. while at th Paav
ton betel, aha took her life by ahootlng.
Kirk man waa discharged from the army
and aenteaeed to three year la tba gov-
ernmont ponltontiary at Fort Leavenworth.
-0THLNQ OF STAND-
QUALITY IS .
I0INQ TO BE MUCH
HIGHER NOW IS
llltC ILtUi 1U lAItC
PETROORAt. Feb., 4 fVla Ixindon.V-
The Novoa Vremya ' asserts it haa re
ceived from a trustworthy sou roe in
formation to the effect that tha Turka
have evacuated Erierum, one of their
principal atrongholda on the Caucaalan
front. ' '
; DEATH RECORD
Files, Coro4 ra to 14 Dare.
truf gists refund money if raxo Oint
ment fails to cur Itching. Blind. Bleed
ing or Protruding Piles. First application
glvea relief. tOc. Advertisement.
lira 4 Tne Bee Wat Ads. It pays!
Mra. V, A. Feme.
Mrs. V. A. Pease, aged 49 years, died
terday at th family residence, . gJlS
lewey aveaue. following s ahert lllnesa.
he had 'been a resident of Omaha for
twenty-five years and is Survived by sev
eral brothers and sisters living here and
her husband. V. P. Pease, well known
ccntractpr. Funeral services will be held
some time Sunday, with interment la
IWast Lawn cemetery.
. Mr. W. a. Ughtklaer
Mr. W. E. Llghthlaer of Denver. Colo.,
who haa spent aeveral montha with ber
daughter. Mrs. 8, C. Jennings, died Tues
day evening of grip. Mra. Llghthlaer had
been 111. only four days. Funeral aorv
loes were held Friday afternoon, tba
body being sent to Denver for buriaL
Mr. Lighthlaer la survived by two sons,
four daughter, two sisters and two
H. A Roblasea.
Howard A. Robinson, raaidant manager
f the cable Piano company, died Friday
mora In at tha family reaiden. Hit
Davanport, of pneuawala. Ha waa 14
year old and cam to Omaha a year ago
from Memphis. Tens. Ilia widow and
baby, 4 montha old. aarrtve. Th body
will be taken t Memphla far bo rial.
. - Joes WUchaaaa
YORK, Nab.. Feb. 4 4epc1aLV-Joaeph
Vlschman died last night at tha home
Of hta sister. Mrs. Thomss Mulleague,
south at this city, the result of measles
following an lllnesa of tut four oeye. lie
U tar of as.
THERE IS STILL A '
fFULL RANGE OF SIZES
IN BROKEN PAT
TERNS "A STITCH IN TIME
THE BIG REDUCTIONS
We Ties 25
tLOO Tie 55a
flM TlaSft a8eS
ttM Ttea 91.45
$340 Tlea 91.85
New Spring Styles
of Silk Hosiery
Are arriving' every day.
Fancy hosiery in new
shades of fold, silver, cham
pagne, ivory, bronze and
navy, which will be very pop
ular this spring; also a splen
did assortment of white and
$1.00, $1.50 to $5 a pair.
Extra Fine Values
in Tub Silks
In a large variety of new
and attractive patterns and
colors; exceptionally heavy
weight that tubs beautifully.
32 Inches Wide
85c to $1 a Yard
A Special Showing of
Satin and Straw
A Forecast of Advance
Ten charming shapes, re
productions of Paris models,
all of satin combined with
lisere straw, in black, brown,
navy and green.
$1.95, $2.50, $2.95,
$3.50 and $3.75
Ten Shapes in AIL
$4a $5, $6 Values
$5, $6, $7 Values
$6, $7, $8 Values
Cuban and Spanish Heels,
Plain and Tip Vamps, Lac
and Button Styles.
In all three groups.
The Shoe Event of the Season.
4.95 I a (
A clean-up of all odd
garments left from the
Children's Vests and
Pants, cotton and wool,
broken sizes, 35c qq
to $1 qualities - - LiUl
Women's Wool Vests and
Pants, $1 to $2 regularly,
Psrat. . .39c
Women's Vests and Union
Suits, a few odd garments
regularly $1 to r7Q
$2.50, Saturday - I
Underwear Third Floor
to attend the
M I LLI O N- D Q LLAR
For fttrrher bJorsoatloa add
Csarh Ok PowU. nsanager,
Fanaaen Btreat. Omaha,
GEO. T. WILSON. Mgr.
Where the Omaha Bee-
Weekly May Be Seen
Turpln's School of Dancing
Tweatv-eighth A Farnant. aTew Olaasea.
List your name nan. Private 1b son a ear
Jm m l taai B WEB. IM
Call Tyler 1000
If You Want to Talk to The Bee
or te Anyone) Connected
Ulia Tbe) Bm.
ooxminrova, 1 r.K ro u.
from A. H. Woods' Famoua Broad
May Bucceas, with All-Star Gnat,
Inrludlnir FAN'IA MARIHOFF,
FORRE8T. WI.VAXT, JESSIE
RALPH. A Gold Rooater PUy in
FROM 10:30 P. .M.
Monday, Friday and Saturday
r. - Augmented Orchestra
Entertainers.'; 1 !;,
HAYES & WYNN
trtnglng and Paaoing.
' TWO IRIMINAS
A J Wire govelty.
Kamsoniona Oemadlana and aUngar.
. Comedy KOaical.
DZTOSCOns. Tout Keel Oonwdr.
"TOO CSBTEJS BT KaJU.
... mmai Mo. s.
1 pA ADMISSION 1fU
Keeerred Seats IQe Yhctr.
Ooatlngr ans-t M Spisod Kary rage.
"osciJLs.'a ronr cmrrsm.
I.elTSraa Mel Tail.w "MAJDS OT
aVad OOBtUolag Too. Vext Sat. Kag. .
DAVE MARION ,MCJ rn J-m,
Ladles' Xttaae MaUaee Weak Daya.
Htk aa Karaay.
TO DAT, aVaTTfaUkaVr
11, jio, ilea, a, a, so, sio, r.
Si SO, trSO.
rimxn rrnxoxmicx u
Jane Gray and Tolly Marshall In
Let Katy Do It
SAM BERNARD ta Tbe Grant Peni
D II AND EIS Today
isssisb Jbavr TWO TTaTJE
Mr. and Mrs. Cobara rreaeat
acauaee, BAo to Si. Kvng, gSo te glja
rCCXAXi MATtfflU ttjzidat
With IVawreaee Chroa.mith, Use Bar.
netl aad aJJ-ntar Cast.
STtghta. gao. gl.60. Taea.. atat.. igp, n.
m T Or TatTDBYlXUI
MATINEE TODAY 2:15
Early Curtain Tonight, 8:10
SText Week i XdlHaa Xlngabmry si Oo
Also whltaer at Bart.
STorta rethera Stock Oa.
"tsi wrrcaisTO mourn."
that pays n r. nnmrrunc
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