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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1915)
THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1915.
SANTA TO BRING
Ma Doane. Says th B07 Will Get
Hii Drum, Too Goal and
HOT GOOD IS BEIirG DOlfE
Does BanU Clsos bring false teeth
s Christmas presents?
' n does, or at least will la one
Omaha ease, aays Mrs. Doane, secre
tary of the Associated Charities.
The other day Mrs. Edwards, one
of the workers of the charities office,
called at a home where a boy ex
rieased the wish that his mother
might hare some new teeth for
Christmas. He said he would go
without a drum he wanted if that
vould help the situation. The story
as printed In The Bee on Wednes
day and today Mrs. Doane reported
tLat an Omaha man has offered to
furnish the needed teeth as a Christ
mas present. The boy will receive
his drum, too.
Making All llappr.
That little Incident of the terth and
(ha dram U Just typical of many rase
being brought to the attention of tha
secretary of the charities and Illustrates
tha scope of tha Christmas work being
dona by The Bee, Mrs. Doane and others,
to make every one happy at the Tuletlde
"Do you know, Mrs. Doane, I would
have a merry Christmas If you would
have a ton of coal sent to us for Christ
mas. My husband Is ill and I am doing
some work, but it Just seems that every
rent goes for necessities," said a woman
who called at the charities office. The
esse is worthy and the coal will be sent
and a lot of other things will be sent
to help lighten the burden of this woman
who la the mainstay of her little home.
Money sent to Tha Bee is being given
to the Associated Charities and is used
by Mrs. Doane, secretary, for cases which
he knows are deserving and In need of
help. Investigators look Into all cases
which are helped by the Associated Charities.
Will You Help
Ono of Thoso Who
Mrs. Doane reports generous and
helpful response to the appeals for
aid for specifio cases, made
through The Bee, on behalf of the
Here are three more cases that
urgently require assistance:
10. Woman, deserted. Three
children boy 11, boy 9 and boy
6. Mother earns $8 per week.
County pension, $15 per month.
Need fuel and clothing.
11. Widow and three children.
Boy 9, girl 7, girl 5. Mother
does day work. Good family.
Need help with rent and warm
clothing and shoes.
18. Woman, deserted. Seven
children, boy 14, girl $3. boy
10. tfrl 7, bov 6, boy 3, boy 2.
Mother boarding two brothers,
widowers, and their children.
Unable to earn enough to support
family. Heed help with l'ood and
Will YOu" help one of these, and
so make Christmas and the days
that come after brighter for them
and for yourself!
Send your aid direct to Mrs.
Doane or to The Bee, as yon elect
Jitney Badges Are
Ready for Drivers
Superintendent Kugel of the police de
partment announces that the 118 chauf
feur bailees are ready for distribution.
Gould Dints haa been given badge No.
1 and Harry Lusk haa No. 13.
The law requires that all persons oper
ating a motor vehicle for pay must have
a permit and badge. Owners driving their
own cars for private purposes are exempt
from the law,
Mr. Diets wanted to have his badge
In case be should decide to operate a
JMney during the year.
OMAHA DOCTOR RECEIVES
PART OFA BIG ESTATE
Dr. Charles Hatialein of Omaha Is a
beneficiary by the will of his mother,
Mrs. Kmlle Hausleln, who 1ld about a
month ago In Elgin, III. Word has been
received that the estate amounts to
fX.OOO, to be divided among six children.
BOUND OVEft FOR FORGERY
OF CHECK ENDORSEMENT
Wesley McPrlde, V3 Dodge street,
charged with attempting to pas a check
w'th a forged endorsement on the Bran
dels stores, was bound over to the dis
trict court with blinds fixed at $700.
Elect Their Off icers
The numbers Local union, No. 13,
held annual election of officers Tuesday
vensng at Kagle's hall, when the fol
lowing officers were elected: President,
Andrew Davidson; vice president, L. II.
Uhmen: recording secretary, Krank J.
Uyneh: financial secretary, A. C. Welt
eel; treasurer. George Arnold; executive
board. Jnswph Kogan, Kay Zents, L. H.
mine, Frank Waits and W. V. Allen;
entries. David Airline and F. R. 8awyer;
finance board, Fred Delfendorff and
Traffic Club Also
Wants a Hay Market
Co-operation with the Commercial club
In the establishment of the proposed hay
market here waa voted by the Omaha
rrafflo club at Us noon luncheon meet
ing at the Commercial club rooms on
Thursdsy. C. E. Blaine, secrretary, and
John P. Byrne, former secretary, d
ilared that the hay market waa a much
needed project that would be of great
Importance to Omaha.
To stop dandruff
and loss of hair
Shampoo with hot water, rubbing
thoroughly into the scalp the rich,
creamy lather of
so as to soften and stimulate the
scalp, to remove the dead skin and
cells, and to work the . soothing-,
healing- Keiinol balsams welt into
the roots of the hair. Kinse in
gradually cooler water, the final
water being cold Dry the hair
thoroughly, without artificial heat.
This simple, agreeable method
almost always strips dandruff and
calp itching, and keeps the hair
live, thick and lustrous.
KmIroI Soap 1mvs no silckliMM or nnpln.
ant ador la In kir. Uad rttuUrly tur ths
loilM. It clten and Iron tha compleitoa
vmdutully. Sula whmvw toil! goo
carried. Far trie Mntpls, writ to Ltopt. VP,
Ksuatol, Baltlaura, Hi.
MRS. TENNANT PRESIDENT
GEO. CROOK RELIEF CORPS
Mrs. Maud P. Tennant was elected pres
ident of the George Crook Women's Re
lief Corps No. S8 at a meeting held at
Memorial hall. .Mrs. Fannie J. Ferrell Is
the senior vice president, Mrs. Kannle
Uunliam Junior vice president. Mrs. Iula
Crawford treasurer and Mrs, Ballna Bte
Mrs. Nellie Toney, retiring president,
will represent this corps at the depart
ment convention. Mrs. Ferrell Is her al
An adjourned meeting of the corps will
fe held In Memorial hall December ti
at S p. m.
You are warned by a aallow skin, dull
eyes, biliousness, and that grouchy
feeling. Act promptly. Stimulate your
liver remove the clogging waste
make sure your digestive organs are
working right and when needed-take
Lart &.U ml Ar MxlUWe U the WwU.
Sets) everywhere, ia 10a. See,
To Give The Hair a
Naturally Wavy Effect
ONE NEGRO USES POKER
OTHER SHOTGUN IN FUSS
James Waggener and Solomon Phelps,
both colored, had an altercation at the
Missouri Pacific roundhouse where they
are both employed as coal heavers. Wsg-C-er
hit Phelps over the head with a
poker, and the latter waa apprehended
after he had fired a shot at his opponent
from a shotgun. Phelps waa discharged ' old with a rlenn tooth brush before re
in Police court, and
Wagcener can not
Are Yea C'oaatlMitea'.
Why suffer? Take a does of Ir. King a
New Ufa Pills tonight; you wilt feel
fine tomorrow. Only Sc. All druggists.-
hlnre the virtues of plain liquid sllmer
Ine as a hair curler became known, drug
sista In tills country, aa well as atiromt.
have l'n having a really extraordinary
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effectiveness and Its entire hannleaanese
especially as compared with the ruin,
ous curling iron doubtless havs been
responsible for its Increasing use tor the
purpose mentioned. A few ounces of
lltiuid sllmerlne will last a long while.
One need only apply a little of the llq.
tiring and in tlie morning the hair will
have that beautiful avv and glossy ap-pnaram-e
which bmrs no marks of arti
ficiality. The best way la to divide the
hair Into strands and moisten each of
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