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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 21, 1915)
TTTR OMATTA SUNDAY BEE: NOVEMBER 21. 1015.
Begin on Salts
i - A O
at rirst anm
of Kidney Pain
We eat too much meat, which
clogs Kidneys, then the
Says glass of Salts flashes Kid
neys and ends Bladder
I'rio acM In rnat clte th kidneys,
thpjr become orworkel; ret lus-(lsh,
ach. and feel Ilk lump of lead. Tha
urln becomea cloudy; the bladder la lrrf
tatcd. and you may ba obllced to aeek
relief two or threa Umea during the night.
VThen the kidneys clog you must help
them flush off the body's urinous waste
or you'll be a real alck parson shortly. At
first you feel a dull misery In the kidney
region, you suffer from backache, alck
headache, dlszlnrss, stomach tt sour,
ton rue coated and you feel rheumatic
twlncres when the weather Is bad.
Eat lea meat, drink lots of water; also
iret from any pharmacist four ounces of
J ad Baits; take a tablespoonful In a glass
of water before breakfast for a few days
and your kidneys will then art fine. This
famous salt is made from the acid of
grapes and lemon Julee, combined with
llthla, and haa been used for generations
to clean clogged kidneys and stimulate
them to normal activity, also to neutral
It the adds In urine, so It no longer
Is a source of Irritation, thus ending blad
Jad Palts la Inexpensive, cannot Injure;
makes a delightful effervescent llthla
water drink which everyone should take
now and then to keep the kidneys clean
and active. Druggists here say they sell
Iota of Jad Palis to folka who believe In
overcoming kidney troubt whtl It is
only troubl. Advertisement.
HOW LOOM UP
Two Separate Additional
Structures Add 25,000 Square
Feet of Space to Dresher
Bros. Cleaning & Dye
To Be the Equal of Any Estab
lishment of Its Kind in
America and the Peer
of Most of Them.
Dresher Brothers, the Cleaner and
Dyrs, with the t&T.Ono plant at ru
S211 f'amsm street, will soon have to
make a vastly larger figure of that
"K7,0ri0," for, when th two new addi
tional Dreshsr Buildings ar completed,
7,000 will not begin to cover th In
vestment Now then, you folk who huvs been
riding by on Firnim ears dally and
wondering what those "buildings next
to Drcahers". ar. here's a bit of in
formation for you. Th building directly
west of 'th present Dresher establish
ment will be devoted entirely to th
Dresher Cleaning interest and wtU con
slat of three stories and a basement,
with ample provision for adding more
floor In th near futur. Th tall, nar
row building 'to th south of this new
building will be, when completed, th
Dresher Rug Plant, a separata struc
ture of four stories.
Think of It! Thee two new structures
when compute will contain ,000 equar
feet of floor space, all of which will
be devoted to th. Dresher Cleaning
Single piece of equipment now being
installed in thes new building cost
thousand of dollars; in fact, on Job of
plumbing and pip work will run Into
th thousands alone. Dreshers ar not
"brargarts," but they ar posltlv
booster and optimists and look upon ths
bright aid of everything. Dreshers ar
firmly determined to give Omaha th
vary largest and finest Cleaning and
Dytlna- establishment la tha whole
United States and they ar doing It. It
isn't all on paper either; it's In tangible
shape; th building ar being built; you
can see them; If no Idle dream.
Dresher out-of-town agencies dot th
entire west; Dresher delivery wagons
and auto run all over Omaha every
working day in th year; Dresher main
tain downtown agencies at three points:
at Dresher Th Tailors, UU Farnam St.;
at th Brandets Stores, and at th Bur-ess-N'asa
Co. establishment This is
"Horn" cleaning establishment and
offers yon ,Som" servloe, you must
Out-of-town folk hew grown to admire
and depend upon Dresher Brother of
Omaha, and tak a lot f comfort In
sending in their cleaning work. They
express or parcel post their packages,
knowing that Dreshers will pay carrying
charges on way on any slsed bundle to
any point in America.
Tee, this Dresher" outfit Is a lively
one; n pan or uroana; should be pat
ronised by you each time you need serv
ice In th way of Cleaning, Dyeing,
Tailoring, Repairing, eta.
Just I 'hone Tyler We That put you
in touch with the "Knowledge Booth'
Kmtherine 3L Baxter Sayi He Wat a
Prophet in Hi Own Town Now
He Goes to Chicago.
CALL HIM BACK SOME TIME
The followtng word of appreciation
for Thomas 3. Kelly, who ha announced
his intention of moving to Chicago, was
sent to Th Be by Katherln K. Baxter:
"And thus w let htm go. Coming
her in his early years, struggling, learn
ing, creating creating a beautiful thing
for us, which we know not enourh to
sppreclate. All those year of aspiration
tn th face of dtscouragment have gone
to make up our Mendelssohn choir, for
they have prepared him for th leader
ship h haa shown.
'Th last few years w hav had many
eminent men from abroad speak to us.
Th Inference Is that their word would
be profitable. Profitable how? Id pass
ing a pleasant hour? Or ar w to ponder
"Dr. Zueblln told us only a few days
ago that beautiful a 3rwek art was for
th Greeks in expressing tbelr civiliza
tion. It was not a true expression of our
democ ratio civilisation today. II would
have our art a symbol of present condi
tions and time.
"Outsort Tlorglum constantly reiterates
the sam thought ;ih yourself b sincere
do not Imitate be American let us
hav an art truly our own.
"Dr. Zueblln told th Commercial club
two weeks ago the way to advertlee our
city was to have something to advertlee.
To advertise It In a way that would fit
any city was not advertising. Tick out
th distinctive features of your city.' lie
named our new hotel for on thing, our
park system for another. Did you go on
in your own mind to find any other
distinctive asset that we had over other
"Do you know of any city 1n th middle
west that has a Mendelssohn cholrt A
choir of Its sle, its beauty, Its earnest
oharacter, it educational and art value?
All du to th persistent, unenoouraged
work of on man. who worked because
th beauty within him sought expression.
Our own Omaha has grown aid by side
with Mr. Kelly from a crud little town
to a city of great promise. On would
think that th mutual struggle would
male for a better understanding.
"Iast year our Retailers' association
eallilng that art haa a big value for a
city engaged fiv eminent musicians to
en to Omaha.
"Th organisation ha set a fin
standard for Itself, which la very good
a far a It goes.
uut where was the man of vision
th Borglum or Zueblln to see th choir!
in our midxt, which others from a dis
tance can vision or appreciate? It was
not only a musical, a business, but also
a clvlo error which thes gentlemen
mad. It was th psychological moment
for th business men of th city to
rrasp on art feature th city offer that
I distinctive. It I th great living thing
that la our and has nver been heard
fey, auch member a filled th Audi
torium for tha first charity concert
Big and promising a our city has
grown it has not kept step with Mr,
Kelly t ha had It eyes turned to th
around, , hi to th olotid.
"But let us make amends. If that la
possible. Let our Ak-Sar-Ben governor
call forth all th talent of vktt.v..
natur In tmr city to co-operate in on
treat fall festival
"Let us hav a paireant-Mlsa Joy Hi-.
gins Is already working at an ftm.h.
pageant Let our artist guild, our dan
cing teachers, our dramatlo vnrir.,.
begin plan now so that th fall of
msy ae what th soul of Omaha haa
"Let ua call -Mr. Kelly of Chlc'
lve th people th people a festival r
music, such a they hav never heard, to
recognise even though 1st th genlu
which la hU."
John Brown's Original Surveyor's
Compass is Now Owned in Omaha
L -ft J
I iMTfV'V """rtrrtm .' "" .. . .
McOrew home, tli South Thirty-eighth
Then too, th eld compass was sold by
John Brown to hi friend and neighbor,
Simon B. McOrew, father of tha Omaha
man and grandfather of Governor Arthur
Capper of Kansas. Th latter wrote to
Mr. McGrew, hi uncle, and asked for
the loan of th compass for th Kansas
The Smltnsonian Institute at Washing
ton wanted to secure ths relic of the
gTeat anti-slavery character, but Mr.
McOrew did not want to let It go that
far away from him. The value th lat
ter placed upon th compass may best
be Judged from th way he paraphrases
the famous ballad:
"John Brown s body lies a-moulder-ing
In the grave.
But his soul goes marching on
And his oompaea ahall never be sold.;
The compass wa used by Brown In
surveying In Kansas about the years 155
W. During the border warfare between
Kansas and Missouri, Brown frequently
took his compass and while pretending
to be surveying, would really locat and
map the whereabout of th pro -slavery
btishwhsckers' campa Later, Brown sold
th compass to Mr. MoOreW father,
who lived In Kansas.
John Brown reached the pinnae! ol
his fame In 1859, when he organised an
Invasion of Virginia, to liberate th
slaves. After surprising and capturing
th arsenal ,and armory at Harper
Ferry, he was. wounded and captured, and
was hanged for treason, December 2, 18T3.
GASOLINE GOES UP ONE
CENT M0RP IN OMAHA
Gasoline prices nave gone up another
cent per gallon, making the poor autolstt
pay 16 to IS cents now for his "gas."
Oil dealers assert that still further ad
vances will soon be nesessary, because
of the scarcity and high price of crud
oil, from which gasoline Is refined.
Many an old soldier baa stood In
awe and with bared, head In the prea
ence of this old-fashioned land Sur
rey or' compass. It was once the
property of John Drown of Ossawato
mle, the famous anti-slavery zealot of
the days preceding the civil war,
whose name haa come down In his
tory because he sacrificed his life for
It Is now the property of C. F. Mc
Grew, retired banker of Omaha, who
has Just loaned It to the Kansas State
Historical society, because John
Prown used the old compass In that
state while fighting- the pro-slavery
Old John Drown Is generally cred
ited with having been a leader in
bringing Kansas Into the union as a
free state, and with having been one
of the men whose acts precipitated
the civil war.
Mr. McOrew prizes the rello so highly
that he Is merely loaning It to the Kan
sas society, and has stipulated that It
shall forever remain th property and
under the control of himself and his
heirs. He consented to part with It
temporarily because It will be safer under
the care of Secretary William E. Con
nelly of th Kansas society. In its fire
and burglar proof museum, than in the
Embroidery, Beading, Braiding, Cording, Scalloping, Eyelet
and Cut Work, Button Holes, Pleating, Buttons.
Ideal Button and Pleating Company
107-9-11 Bo. lflth St.
Thone Doug. 1030.
whoa Barney 188.
islfobted an Boarzana omocsmxzs.
88th and TamaM.
1814 Douglas St.
Phon Doug. 1161
vhi;n away from home
The Dee is The Paper
yon aak fori if yo plaa t V
absent more than a few Says,
hav Th Bee mailed to yen.
Fao powder almply cover up
cwniuuiua ana leaves no
lasting benefit. Tho who hav triad
slmpl apurmaa fao lotion find It
much tetter, a It remove skin dis
coloration, such a freckles and tan.
and ciakss th kln smooth, whit and
velvety. This lotion I mad by dis
solving four ounce of purtnajt In one
half )nt hot water, then adding two
taatDoonfula glycerin. Thi complexion
fceauUfler doe not rub ff or show
Ilk powder, and give a more refined
atppearaac. It removes both shlnlnea
and kalloaneo) rapidly giving th ski a
A (xrmaueat healthy, youthful aDneax.
An enpeclally fin shampoo for this
leather ran b had at trifling espens
by dissolving a teaspoonful of oanthrox
In a eup of hot water. Pour slowly on
and maasag briskly. This create
a. soothing, cooling lath sr the dls
olvea snd remove all dandruff, excess
U aid dirt. Kinaing leave the scalp
spoUaasly clean, soft and pliant, while
in tair take on a glossy rli4nes ef
satujral color, also flufflne which
BoJtea tt os very much heavier than
it la. After a oaathrog ahampo) ar
raaclog tn hair U a pleasure Adrer-
Ku Klux Klan Was
a Terror During
Th period of th "reconstruction" ao
vividly brought back to th memory of
thos who may hav gone through It
and represented afresh for thos newer
generations who now view it for th flrt
tlm in Griffith's "Birth of a Nation."
show th tlm of Johnson' administra
tion and he, as the nation's chief execu
tive, in th hand of a ring of politicians
and power-aeekers, who ar manipulat
ing th affair of th south to suit their
owa ends. It turn to th ruins of tha
flower-decked tSouth Carolina village of
ant helium day, th place where the
black wer light hearted and car free,
ven under th bond of slavery-4urna
oaca to th town that by war has been
left halt In ruin, th streeta mu
grown, in atately mansions of the old
day tottering and crumbling, to a town
wner thos once wealthy now ar in
u.tm puvsriy wner. in mark is as
gooo aa a whit man." as was th slo
gan of th northern men of the Lynch
and Btoneman type.
nomen ar menaced by th black
minion of th northern white or ar
aiiacaea, white are driven from the
streets or Insulted. Home are Invaded
justice i a forgotten thing. The land
know no law but that conceived by the
raoe- then tn control. Then the chivalry
or ine wniu i given new life. Th Ku
lius cian Is formed. Thes rider of
th night, in ghostly white, rally by
dosena, by score and hundred and thou
sands. They rid Ilk th wind. They
trlk without even th warning the
niiMnui gives ana are far more
Thi la all wonderful. aoul-sUrrlng,
breath-taking a It la. but another of
th unnumerabl "drama within
drama or which "Th Birth of a Na
This glorious, spectacle la being given
at th Brandefa theater In its entirety.
with Its accompanying symphony orches
tra. Its effeottve paraphernalia and it
trained mechanicians for th purpose and
I put on here In th same fashion down
to th smallest dlall that has amased
New Tor for over a year.
MANUFACTURERS ASKED TO
SND RUSSIA PRICE LISTS
Ruaala wants to buy more American
-w,w, rv-wm"rM el" has
circular letter from tha Russian Cham-
4 vfe - at aiuecoft, uiauig
amerloaai rnaauraoturara U forward prlo
Uat and printed matter describing
tlrla At mm n 11 fa rt nr.
Rl 'C3 t-fe III
Today Is Sweetheart Day
YUR opportunity to test at our expense the
best toilet soap made. Don't let it pass this is an unusual
offer on an unusual soap. Below t you'll find your coupon. It's good for a
full size cake of
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the perfect toilet soap. Absolute purity dainty
perfume generous size handy shape. Sweetheart Soap
is a quality soa at an ordinary price. Money cannot buy better.
Don't fail to
try it. It costs
you nothing. We pay
the dealer for the free
cake. Clip the cou
pon now and present
it to.yotir grocer. Cou
pons are good
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i full-sizecake oiWEETHEARTToilet Soap absolutely tee.
TKU offer is limited to one coupon to m family and tHe correct name end
addr of the prty rcriii& tliia soap muat b. iini in full to the following
I he-retry certify that I have recenred one cake of
SWEET! LEART SOAP Free of ell cost
r. tA DmIm Tear off the top end of ta carton (the part
widithe"S" in the diamond)
lUi coupon (wita boi top
anacaed) is redcesoabie at
lull rcuil prtca. prcrrtdtnf all
of above conditiunariav bcao
fully complied with.
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