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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 19, 1916)
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W. "How aw yon look."
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Imply work wondara."
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your body ia covered in apota with tetter,
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cium Wafers for a short time and aee
how Quickly you will clear up your akin.
Pimples and eruptions of all kinds coma
from the Inside. The blood caats out the
Impurities It contains and thus pimples,
bolls, etc., appear. Oeanse the blood,
stop the poison from developing; in the
blood tissues and pimples will vanish as
if by magic.
Stuart's Calcium 'Wafers contain in a
natural manner the greatest blood puri
Calcium Sulphide and the other Ingred
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You can thua readily aee that Stuart'a
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body, have an almost Instant effect upon
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your complexion will take on a fresher
hue and a more natural series of tints
than ever before.
Impure blood Is blue or black. Purify
it and It becomes ruby red. This color
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Eeim's Mascot Has His Own Private Car
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Having an automobile finished in colors
most becoming to the fair lady who
graces said car may be "the latest." but
George Retm has opened a possible chan
nel for argument which will give the
creators of automobile designs food for
thought for a "brief spell."
An automobile color scheme most be
coming to "Buster." his prise Pplts dog,
was Relm's pet ambition, and he cer
tainly "got away with It."
Buster, we wilt say for the benefit of
those who do not know him, is a most
constant friend of Relm's, both in a per
sonal and in a business capacity. In a
business capacity Huster acts as sort of
an advsnce agent In heralding the ap
proach of the Cadillac Eight. Kvery
traffic cop Is as famllinr with Bunter'a
bark as he ia with the horn used by
In some msnner, we imagine through
his constancy snd beauty, Huster has
"gotten under Helm's hide," which, by
the wsy. Is no essy task, to such an ex
tent that Retm has rewarded him with
a private car.
Ruster's roadster Is finished In - pure
white with red upholstering and nlckle
trimmings. Huster, who Is graced with
a most snowy white complexion, pre
serves all the dignity fitting to his most
unusual station in life that one could ex
pect. With the. exception of a most per
sistant bnrk. Duster bears all the "hull
msrkn" of a little drum major as he sits
on the folded top of the roadster.
One of Relm's office assistants, who,
by the way. Is not n man, expressed her
self as wishing that someone thought ss
much of her hs Holm did of his don.
Here's a chance for some man to buy
a blonde Cadillac roadster with blue
(blue eyes) trimmings.
plsce. lo give a dunce before the mschln
ery moved In.
The Overland officials gave their con
sent and arrangements were under way
when It was found that the big structure
was not Urge enough to accommodate
all the employes who planned to come.
To take rare of the crowd three nights
were set sslde snd over S.WO people par
ticipated. Muslo wss furnished by the
Overland concert band of fifty pieces,
msde tip entirely of Overland employes.
It wss entirely a family affair and
probably one of the biggest parties ever
attempts by an Industrial organisation.
Super Trade Mark
Placed On Product
of U.S. Rubber Firm
Sliu-e the fnlted States government he
no stsndsrd "hallmark" for rubber
rooiI, ih I'nlted states Rubber company
hs ndoptetl a super trade mark to be
plm (1 m rubber products, which It an 1
Its sul .iititrlrs manufacture.
Tlie I'rlted "isles government guaran
tors Hie "sterling mark" on sliver, srrt
thc I'nlted Rstes Rubber enmpsny
wishes to assume the same responri'illlty
for articles of rubber, behind which the
The super trade mark of the I'nlted
States Rubber company Is very simple.
It consists of a ribbon appearing cither
on the article itself or in the advertising
shout shout any given article of rubber.
for whb'h the company assumes responsi
bility. The ribbon is made up of three
eiusl stripes: the center stripe la whltn
snd the other two blue. I'pon the ribbon
Is plsced the Vnlted F tales Rubber eom-
pimy's sesl or the trade mark of one of
the various subsidiary companies of the
United State Rubber system.
This ribbon, carrying the seal or a mer
chandise trade mark, wilt be used lo dis
tinguish cartons, tire wrappings, boxts.
etc.. In which rubber products of known
GIRL PILOT DARES
SAN DIEGO FLOOD
Helen Tulloch Pushes Lodge Car
Through California Flooded Re
gions Impossible to Others.
NO DAMAGE IS DONE TO CAE
During the recent floods in the vicin
ity of San Dlcgo, Cal., Miss Helen M.
Tulloch was the heroine of a trip
through the flooded region that attracted
considerable attention on th,e coast.
Describing the trip. Miss Tulloch says:
"The roads were nothing but mud
paths from the heavy rains that had
continued three days and it was rain
ing when we got under way.
"We plowed through nineteen miles ot
the worst possible travel, but finally
reached the concrete road that waa higher
and where we had good traveling for fif
teen miles. We met one car that told us
to turn back as it waa impossible to get
through the flooded district. But we
kept on and ran into three or four land
slides on the Mountain Spring grade and
it waa tough work getting through, but
we did not even have to unload, aa the
Dodge ahowed . wonderful power. "
'At Jacumba we struck the river and
It certainly .looked discouraging. It waa
swollen to 109 feet wide and was over
four, feet deep ' In places and it had to be
crossed. We stayed over night and in
the morning It had gone down a little
and with the aid of a block and tackle
and by building a piece of new road we
were able to get across. .
"The road to Boulevard waa badly
cut up, but we aucceeded in getting
through and spent the night there. The
next day I picked up two mora passen
gers who had tried to get through in a
car which they had to abandon In the
mud, and we went on. We got to Cam
po and they told us there that no one
could go further, but wa started. The
people were nearly right. .Wa had to
clear the road of landslides In places
aad In others fill gullies and washouts.
All the bridges were out and we had to
plow through the streams.
"Wa passed many cars that bad been
left In the mud or had broken axlea in
the rough going. Some of them had
been laid up for a wee. In the Jamul
mountains, where we took to an old trail
because of a bridge being cut, wa ran
Into a quicksand without warning. Wa
had a hard time getting out, but finally
made It and then ran Into black muck
that kept ua In th low for miles.
"Wa reached Ban Diego that after
noon and at once the car was gone over
thoroughly. We found that It had not
suffered at all and as soon as it was
cleaned it waa ready for the road
I J.' 2
Turns Out Hundred
Wlllya-Overland officlala wired John
North Willys, president of that company,
who la enroute to California, that on
Monday the factory passed the 100,000th
car of the 1918 models.
This big record of r. tenth of a million
cars stands without a precedent In the
manufacture of cars of this size and type.
It waa only in 1908 that Mr. Willys, as
head of the Willys-Overland company,
! celebrated the production of 400 cara a
year as the conclusion of a successful
These production figures have ateadlly
risen so that you ran drop out at the
Overland plant moat any ftaturday morn
ing and see them build and ship more
automobiles in Saturday's half day's
work than were formerly built and
shipped In an entire year.
Shipments to date are more than three
times the volume for the same period
There are 448 recognized makers of
automobiles in the United states. Ac
cording to estimate they will produce
upward of 1,000,000 cars during 1918. The
Wlllya-Overland company will build ap
proximately 20 per cunt of these, to the
value of more than SIUO.OOO.OUO.
For largest and Quickest Results, You Should Always Place
Your Classified Advertising in The Bee Ifrsults Tell the Tale
R. W. HAYWARD WILL SELL
THE STEARNS-KNIGHT CAR
R. W. Hayward of th Itayward Bho
company haa Joined the forces of the He
Intyre Auto company In selling the
Mr. Hayward will make a valuable
addition to the Stearns-Knight force.
laeUgrestloo, baa Hrcath, Soar
If you auffer any of these take a doso
of Dr. Kinga New Ufa ttlla tonight.
Only 2c. All druggists. Advertisement
Machine Shops Are
Moved from Detroit
to Chandler Plant
I Liatches from Celeveland tell of a
great growth of that city's automobile
Industry, which for a long time has
been a strong second among America's
producing centers. The several Cleve
land manufacturers are not only enjoy
ing big business, both in the line of
pleasure cars and trucks, but there is a
rapid development of allied Industries.
Notable among the plants Is the H. J.
Walker company, which haa removed lta
entire equipment from Detroit into a big
structure built for it on the grounda of
the Chandler Motor Car company, build
era of the Chandler 81. The Walker
shops handle most of the Chandler com
pany's machining, and this work alone
keeps the big shop busy dsy and night.
A plant for th Brlggs Manufacturing
company of Detroit Is also being erected
on a stte adjoining the Chandler factory.
In thte plant the Krlggs company will
paint and upholster the 20,000 bodies
called for In this year's Chsndler's pro
The great plant of the Wtllard storage
Battery company also adjoins tho Chand
The Chandler factory has been doubled
In capacity for this year's production ot
the famous six.
THREE-DAY DANCE GIVEN
BY OVERLAND EMPLOYES
When one of the big new factory build
ings of the Willys-Overland company of
Toledo was completed a few days ago it
was suggested that it would be a great
A.Sign of Spring
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Kit time) la Dartery niw. w.
..t. .u.fitlne rrmm in. VS 11
inaoect It free, and put it In condition
' for gummex. Don't dely--w kivow
V, ixeDrasKa storage cattery 10.
' tS03 Tarnam t. Tel. Bona. BIOS.
Free inspection of any battery at onyi time
Your Gray Hair
Look years younger! Use
Grandmother's recipe of Sage
Tea and Sulphur and no
body will know.
The use of Sage and Sulphur for re
atoring faded, gray hair to Its natural
rolor datea back to grnndmother's time.
She used It to keep her hair beautifully
dark, glossy and attractive. Whenever
her hnlr took on thnt dull, faded or
streaked sppesrsnce, this simple mix
ture was Replied with wonderful effect.
But brewing at home Is mussy and
out-of-Oste. Nowsdnys, by asking at any
drug , store for s T.O cent bottle of
"Wyeth's Ksge snd Sulphur Compound."
you ul l get thin famous old prepara
tion. Improved by the, addition of othei'
Ingredients, which n be depended upon
to restore natursl color and beauty to
the hair. .
A well-known downtown druggist ssys
It darkens the hair so naturally an 1
evenly that nobody can toll It bai been
applied. Tou simply dampen a sponge
or soft brush with it and draw this
through your hair, taking one atrand at
a time. By morning the gray hair dis
appears, and after another application
or two, it becomea beautifully dark and
Wyeth's Ssge end Sulphur Compound
is a delightful toilet requisite for thos
who desire a mere youthful apvarance.
It la not Intended for the cure, mitiga
tion or prevention of disease. Adrer-tlsement.
Turn Your Rough Roads
Attaeb. a Bat of
Shock Absorb to Year Tor Car,
Th ssvlag in your tlrea
mora toaa pays for them
James Phillips & Son Go,
10-11 ao. ISta . Sean. 437.
to Automobile Drivers
White Pole Route by Ashland
. The bridges and road that washed out
this spring have been replaced and the
; route, Omaha to Lincoln via Ashland, is
in condition for travel. T
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Detrolfer Si2i4S, 1 S
Now we can offer you, a real "Six" with plenty of power for
any occasion silent and flexible motor economical in up
keep, new design, stream line body of rare beauty and excep
tional riding comfort. See this car at our salesrooms.
Six cylinder continental motor.
Low hung atreamllne body
1'lenty of room with rare
beauty. Uenuin leather up
holstery dep tufted.
Complete starting, lighting and
ignition system Auto llto
two unit type.
Quiet running Full floating
rear axle Improved con
struction. Honey comb radiator used on
all high priced cars.
Multiple dlso clutch Raybes
tos covered plates operates
without any jerks.
liiotchklss construction drive
obviates necessity of torque
Steering gear adjustable to
driver, new feature in
motor car building.
Gadulln tank on rear, carbu
retor fed through Stewart
' ' Vacuum System. Tank ca
pacity 18 gallons.
One-man top with Jiffy aids
'Clear vision windshield ' set at
. new angle of efficiency.
33x4-inch Urea non-skid on
Complete equipment Stewart
speedometer, gasoline gauge,
robe rail, foot rail, electric
headlights with dimmer, dash
light, oil gauge, electric horn,
pump, Jack, tire repair kit
We hav been looking for a "Six" that would successfully meet all motor
car conditions a dependable car that would unquestionably satisfy our cus
tomers. And wo have found it in the performance, comfort, beauty and
economy of the New Detroiter Six.
Performance, la achieved by mechanical con
struction that haa proved itself 6-cyllndar
Continental motor, full floating rear axle,
multiple dlso clutch, and other points of ex
cellence you will Immediately appreciate. The
motor is extremely flexible, will throttle down
to a walk and leap forward to high speed
without touching the gears.
Comfort Is attained In the long, resilient
springs and the deep, comfortable, genuine
leather upholstery. The roominess of the
body is another feature that will delight you
plenty of space nothing In the way real
comfort ia expressed as In no other car In
The Instant you look at this new-Detroiter
"Six" you will appreciate its grace and its
beauty. Rarely haa an automobile been de
signed that hag the smooth curving lines
that characterise this new "Six." - You will
be proud of your Detroiter, no matter what
company it keeps.
But to really know and understand this new
value In Sixes, to appreciate Its many excel
lent qualities, you must ride in the car. We
will be glad to demonstrate this car. Coma
In or phone us.
C. W. Francis Auto Company
Distributors for Nebraska and Western Iowa
Phone Douglas 853. 2216-18 Farnam St., Omaha. Neb.
Dealers, we have avn excellent proposition. - See ns.
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