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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1915)
TllrO OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: DrXKMKKK i2, 1916.
Row to Get Rid
N of Pimples Quick!
Rclencp Now tlives Beautiful, (lw
mplexlons In Hew Days, Through
Stuart's Calcium Wafers.
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A woman may have hut ordinary fea
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The treat trouble with the majority of
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It 'a B.ally Pool! ah to Kara Pimples.
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by outside treatment, such as greases,
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orders. The difficulty Is generally impure
tiood. Its color Is black or blue or brown
ish cast, instead of ruby red, as It should
All the cosmetics In the world will not
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filled with Impurities which It cannot re
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Notable Progress of This Firm
Since Its Advent in Glean
ing Business Astounds
Enlarged Dept's, New Dept's,
Much New Equipment, Ad
ded Whenever Necessary
For Betterment of
Some folk attribute the swift and
immense growth of Dresner Broth
ers' Dry Cleaning & Dyeing plant at
2211-2213 Farnam St, to luck.
Yet, if you were to know ot the
continual effort made by every mem
ber of the Dresner concern from
proprietors down to office boy, you
would attribute the "Dreaher Suc
cess" to ambition and not to luck.
Dresher Brothers, for Instance,
one month will install some very ex
pensive piece of equipment or other,
only to discard it In a few months
should something more promising
show up. Dreshers have burned the
"Midnight OH" in copious quantities.
Many a night they have labored until
well Into the dawn. They've plan
ned, striven, and have contributed
mental and physical labor that would
utterly wear out ordinary Individ
uals, but the results have Indeed
The latest move of Dreshers, the
enormous building now being added
directly west of their present estab
lishment, will not be the latest
"Dresher" innovation by any means.
If conditions warrant, more build
ings will be erected; Dreshers will
stop at nothing If they think the
public would appreciate and support
Now, for a brief resume of Dresh
ers' career in the dry cleaning busi
ness A few years ago they opened
the present establishment at 2211
2213 Farnam street in the face of
many a kind advisor's advice. "Bet
ter stay in the tailoring business and
let it go at that; Omaha has enough
cleaners," said the well Inclined
ones But Dreshers thought other
wise and their enterprises are today
among the top notch establishments
of the United States.
Good Work and Lots Of It That
motto keeps Dreshers busy and hap
py. Dreshers maintain down-town
agencies at the Brandeis Stores, at
the Burgess-Nash Co. stores, and at
their own Dresher,-The Tailor, estab
lishment at 1515 Farnam street.
Dreshers sre sending work to every
direction of America daily. Dresh
ers were the first to specialise on the
idea of paying express or parcel post
charges one way on any sised ship
ment to any point. Dreshers were
(and are now) the only cleaning
people in Omaha who thought of
making hats. Dreshers have all and
do everything that an up and doing
cleaning establishment should have
Better think of the name "Dresh
er" the very next time a cleaning
need presents Itself. Think of It also
when you have repairing, altering,
hat making, feather working, fur
working or rug cleaning to do.
Dreshers' phone number is Tyler
Dreshers have a big fleet of De
livery wagons and autos.
Dreshers issue s complete Illus
trated booklet and price list which
la yours for the asking.
HIGH LINE CUT-OFF
AUTO ROUTE NAMED
New Road Branching from Lincoln
Highway at Valley Goes Wett
Through Several Counties
OPENS NEW ROUTE TO OMAHA
The High Un- Cut-Off Is the name I
of a new automobile route through sev
eral counties which was determined upon
at a meeting in I'lyese. Neb., last week.
II branches off from the Lincoln High
way at Central City, goes through a
number of thriving towna In several
counties and Joins the Lincoln Highway
again at Valley.
The road Is marked by means of a
fourteen-lach white hand with a five
inch orange band at top and bottom. The
following persons were appointed to mark
the road In the vicinity and through the
I C. Meats of Ontral City
P. J. Refhague of Hordvllle.
F. D. Johnson of Polk.
C. V. Kelson of Strorasburg.
fleorge Dobaon of riysses
F. k. Tomes of Dwlght.
W. C. Klmelund of Valparaiso.
W. M. Westman oX Weston.
Bdward Rredenberg of Wahoo.
Christ Burestetta of Mead.
The new cut-off opens up a good route
Into Omaha from a number of towns.
Speed to Milwaukee
Among the most elaborate opening
days ever staged by an American motor
car dealer was that of Harry Newman.
Chalmers dealer In Milwaukee, on the
evening of December 8. Mr. Newman,
who has been one of the most success
ful dealers In Chicago for the last few
years, signalised the opening of his Mil
waukee salesroom by a banquet to Mil
waukee and Wisconsin automobile deal
era. Over 60S dealers attended the din
ner, which was held at the Hotel Pflster
In Milwaukee. Among Mr. Newman's
guests were dealers In competing lines
from Milwaukee and surrounding terri
tory. On the speakers' list were the follow
ing notables: Governor Phillips of Wis
consin, Mayor Badlng of Milwaukee.
Hugh Chalmers, president of the Chal
mers company: Paul Smith, vice presi
dent of the selling division; F. B. Willis,
assistant sales manager; C. C. HlncleJey.
chief engineer; K. O. Westlake, Chicago
Post, and James Levy, Chalmers dealer
ity as those of the artists."
Sherman Takes the
Entire Bond Issue,
but Has No Returns
Chat lea n Sherman, president of the
Sherman A McDonnell Drug company Is
usually ready to help a friend in need.
Therefore, when a youth of some sixteen
summers came in and- told him that he
was temporarily in financial embarrass
ment and wished to float a bond Issue
of one dollar and fifty cents (tt.KT) with
his "face" as security, the ready-to-help
Mr. Sherman promptly arreed to take
the whoto Issue.
The purpose of the loan the youth ex
plained was to buy a stock of newspa
pers. "Ha told me," says Mr. Sherman
In a letter, "that he was engaged in
the important reformatory work of cir
culating The Bee and needed the $1.60 to
get his papers."
The enterprising youth gave a name,
but in the bright lexicons of the news
boys of Omaha it Is not found. Neither
la the youth found. Neither la the one
bone, fifty kopecks visible to the naked
"Hereafter I shall have to consider No
vember 23 an unlucky day," Mr. Sher
man's letter concludes.
The young impostor's story was a pure
fabrication. Newsboys don't need money
to pay for their papers in advance.
Quarrels With Wife
of Six Months, Then
Shoots Self in Head
Because he quarreled with his wife of
six months, Donald Diamond, 412 North
Sixteenth street, shot nlmaelf with a .B
caliber revolver yesterday. He In
flicted a scalp wound and was taken to
St. Joseph hospital, where an ice bag
was placed on his head.
The quarrel started Friday evening and
Mrs. Diamond went to the home of her
sister. Mrs. H. D. Clark, 4401 BKans
street. Her husband followed her and
triad to compromise the differences
Both Diamond and his wife spent the
night at the Clark residence and this
morning he again sought a reconciliation.
When his wife refused he secured the
revolver and shot himself, but was pre
vented from tiring a second time by his
brother-in-law. He had written the fol
lowing note: "Dear Emma: I love you
and have forgiven you. Goodbye sweet
heart." Diamond is employed as operator
at the Camsraphone Motion Picture
Mrs. Joy Morton is
Buried Beside the
Body of Her Father
At the funeral of Mrs. Joy Morton, held
at noon at Trinity cathedral, the services
were conducted by Bishop Arthur L. Wil
liams. Dean James A. Tan cock and Rev.
W. W. Barnes. The latter came up from
Nebraska City, the early home of the
Morton family, and Mrs. Morton was
really a member of his parish, although
a resident of Chicago at the time of her
Besides her husband, hr brother-in-law,
Mark Morton, was here from Chicago for
the funeral; also a daughter. Mrs Joseph
M. Cud aii y of Chicago, and a sob. Ster
ling Morton of Kansas City. The Omaha
relatives preaent Included a brother. Dr.
T. W. Lake, and family, and members
of the Deuel family.
An auto procession followed the body
to the gravs in Prospect Hill cemetery,
where Dean Tan cock conducted the bur
ial. The body will rest beside that of
her father, the late Judge Lake.
rree HeaSa British Pllsjrlsaa.
LONDON. Dec. 1L Viscount Bryee. for
mer Brttlah ambassador at Washington,
has been unanimously elected president of
the Pilgrims of Oreat Britain, In auccas
slon to the late Field Msrshsl Earl Roberts.
These Are Worthy;
Will You Help One?
Mrs. Poanc of the Associated Char- I
ties reports generous response to the 1
relief asked for the first group of
deserving cases announced.
Here is another group, estch worthy
of assistance, and for which help la
I Family of ten. Man, la
borer; irreajular work. Through
sickness and unemployment una
ble to make both ends meet. Boy,
, hoy A, girl 7, hoy A, girl 4,
girl 8, boy 8. baby a months.
Need second-hand bed, mattress
and springs, outside clothing for
1 Woman deserted. Three
children; girl , gtri 6. boy S.
Back on rent. Mother earns 96
per week. Need help with rent.
fl Woman, divorced. Nine
children; hoy IB, hoy 14, girl 12,
boy 11, girl 9, boy 7, boy 4, hoy
Stt, baby 14 months, fount)
pension aan per month, which
mother supplements with day
work. Need warm clothing and
Subscriptions may be sent to Mrs.
Doane or to The Bee direct.
Money la acceptable and In some
It Is Impossible to give the names
of these deserving poor, but their
gratitude for assistance will be none
the less sincere.
will vor help?
Associated Charities Had Over Two
Thousand Families Under Care
Up to October.
ONE THOUSAND NEW CASES
During the year ending October 1, the
Associated Charities had under care
2,330 families. Counting duplicates per
month, the number of families under care
for the year was 3.547.
Of these numbers 1.882 were families
not previously known to the Associated
Charities and 93S were recurrent cases
from last year.
Visits on or In behalf of the applicants
were made to the number of 3,688. Let
ters were written to the number of 2,636.
Investigations to the number of 131 were
made on request of other cities. Inter
vlewa numbering 6,MC were held in the
Clothing was given to t.TM persons,
lodging to 334, meals to 731, temporary
employment to 6S. permanent employ
ment to 83, medical aid to 388, legal aid
to 81, and transportation to 83.
The following is the statement of re
ceipts and disbursements:
pronations j $10,297.18
interest on mortgages 293.83
Deficit October 1. 1914 $ S4.no
Paid on loan 1 1K7 m
Interest on loan 262.01
Material relief S.088.16
War Bride Secures
Divorce When Her
Hubby Stays Away
Mrs. Eulalle O. Stevens, 11 years old,
yesterday secured a divorce from Alfred
C. Stevens, who, she testified, left her
In the midst of their honeymoon to go
to war with the British troops In France.
Stevens lived with his bride seven
weeks, she declared, leaving horns last
February. She has had no letter from
him, she said, but had teamed of his
military career through friends.
The young war widow declared she de
sired a divorce in order to be free to
study nursing In a hospital. The decree
was awarded on grounds of non-support
and cruelty by District Judge Bears.
Nebraska and Iowa
Firemen Will Hold
Big Tourney Here
A movement Is under way for a Joint
meeting of Iowa and Nebraska firemen
In Omaha next year. As a part of the
Joint meeting It Is planned to stage a
big tournament at the Omaha Driving
The Volunteer Firemen of Iowa have
announced that they will send a dele
gation to the Nebraska state meeting at
Crawford. Neb., and they will suggest
ths above plan to the Nebraskans. The
Florence department has already In
structed Its delegates to favor the
I o wans' suggestions and It la believed
Mamma Steals So
Mary Might Have
Mary Rlba ts.a little girl whose father
Is crippled and has no money, and her
mamma stole things from the Brandeis
stores for Christmas presents for the
family, according to evidence presented
In Juvenile court yesterday.
"I showed mamma the things I wanted
snd she took them and hid them." said
The famllV Is known to probation of
ficials, a brother of Mary's having been
sent to Kearney for "swiping" articles
from bos cars.
Leaves the Navy
WASHINGTON, Dec. 11 -Secretary
Daniels announced today that the resig
nation of Lieutenant E. C. Oak, who
was chief engineer of the armored
cruiser Baa Diego when ths vessel was
damaged by a boiler explosion, had been
accepted Lleutensnt Oak was acquitted
on a charge of negligence by a navy
court. He relary Dank'ls disapproved the
P. AD PftMDANV WII I
una uuminiu hill
FIGHT BAD CLAIMS
Adds to Legal Department to Con
test All Suits Where Negligence
of Company is Not Shown.
WILL TRY TO STOP ALL FRAUD
Attorneys Willtnni M Burton and
Herbert f Connell will Join the legal
force of Omaha Council Bluffs
Street Railway company January 1
"The policy of the rilinsaSy henceforth
will be to decline nil llSlaSj where theft
Is no neglljfence on the sOmpaWf's pur:.
It Is anticipated that this will result In
a larger number ot litigated claims, and
hence the addition to the Icaul depart
ment in made' said AssMUMt Manager
"E. M. Miller also hn been nditrri to
the claim lepnilincnt qf the company,
and all cases will tie carefully Investi
gated, having In mitul partli ulnrlj the
running down of fraudulent rases snd
fraudulent Injuries, which have been In
creasing In the last few years."
Mr. Burton Is a nephew of former
Senator Burton and has been In Omaha1
about a year, beins In the office of Matt
la Webster. Mr. Connell Is the son of
Dr. R. W Connell. eliy health commla !
stoner. The legsl department Is nlrcod) I
composed of J. 1 Webster. W. J Con
nell and W. R. KIiik, while Ttnley,
Mitchell Sk Prior arc the Council Bluffs
representatives. Walter P. Thomas Is
Plants Blown Upj
HAVRKJ, Prance. Dec. 11. (3:36 p. m l I
The munitions factories of the Belgian
government here were destroyed by an
explosion. Extensive damage was done
and many persons Injured.
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