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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1916
SHE DARKENED HER
A Kansas City Lady Darkened Her
Uray Hair and Stimulated Its
Growth by a Simple
She Tells How She Did It.
A well-known resident of Kansas
City, Mo., who darkened her gray hair
by a simple home process, made the
following statement: "Any lady or
gentleman can darken their gray or
faded hair, stimulate its growth and
make it soft and glossy with this sun
pie recipe, which they can mix at
home. To half pint of water add 1 oz.
of bay rum, 1 small box Barbo Com
pound and ;4 oz. of glycerine. These
ingredients can be purchased at any
druir store at very little cost. Apply
to the hair every other day until the
gray hair is darkened sufficiently.
This mixture relieves itching and is
excellent for dandruff. It does not
stain the scalp, is not sticky or greasy
and does not rub off. It will make a
gray-haired person look 10 to 20 years
TODAY'S BEAUTY HINT
You can make a delightful shampoo
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trifling cost, if you can get from your
druggist a package of canthrox and
dissolve a teaspoonful' in a cup of hot
water. Your shampoo is now ready.
Just pour a little at a time on the scalp
and rub briskly. Tfcis creates an
abundance of thick, white lather that
thoroughly dissolves and removes the
dandruff, excess oil and dirt. After
rinsing, the hair dries quickly, with a
tluthness that makes it seem heavier
than it is, and takes on a rich luster
and a softness that makes arranging
it a pleasure.-AdveTtisement.
The "Come-back" man wai really never
down-and-out. HU weakened condition be
cause of over-work,- lack of exercise. Im
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ON STATE TICKET
Secretary of State Pool Proves
Greatest Vote-Getter of
HOW THE FIGURES STAND
From a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, Nov. 22. (Special.) Sec
retary of State Charles Wesley Pool
proved to be the best vote getter on
the democratic state ticket, according
o the complete official returns now
completed and tabulated in the office
of the state superintendent of all of
the ninety-three counties in the state.
Accordine to these returns every
thing went democratic, the legislature
being so strongly of a democratic
turn of mind that the responsibility
for legislation will be solely with that
oartv this winter.
The vote as now complete shows
Total number of votes cast S02,89B
Majority for...': J,H2
PURE FOOD AMENDMENT.
For . 91.216
Aalnat , 10M93
Majority against 14. (TJ
Wilson (dem.) HJ.H27
Hughes (rep.) 117,771
Benson (soc.) 7,141
Hanley (pro r 2,952
Armstrong- (prog) elector 624
Wilson's plurality 41,059
UNITED STATES SENATOR,
Hitchcock Idem.) j.. 149. 092
Kennedy (rep.) 191,299
Olmstead (soc.) 7,426
Gilbert (pro.) 4,429
Hltchock's plurality, 11,729
Neville (dem.).. I 149.491
Sutton (rep.)...,: 199,910
Mtltkan (soc.) 1,916
Oraves (pro.) '. 4,216
Neville's plurality 6.661
Howard (dem.) w 149,762
Shumway (rep.) 124,706
Brumbaugh (soo.) 9,997
Smiyi (pro.) 7,699
Howard's plurality 19,046
SECRETARY OF STATE.
Pool (dem.) 160,061
Walt, (rep.) 120,969
Hefner (soc.) 9.106
umm (pro.) 6,
Pool's plurality 11,669
AUDITOR PUBLIC ACCOUNTS.
Smith (dem) 142,736
Marsh (rep.) , 123,1
Baldwin (boc.) 10,931
Roberta (pro.) ' 7,361
Smith's plurality 19,669
Hall (dem.) 147,192
Reynolds (rep.) 121,936
Wells (soc.) 9,999
Stoll (pro.) , 6,026
Hairs plurality ,. 26,369
Celmmons (dem.) . 134,706
Thomaa (rep.) 133,404
Axtell (soc.) 10,637
Knox (pro.) -r....,.,..,....,.... 9,826
Clemmen's plurality 1,902
- ATTORNEY GENERAL.
Reed (dem.) 146,393
Devoe (rep.) .126,339
Wright (pro.).., 9,105
Reed's plurality 21,004
Shunway (dem.) ......129,167
Becltmann (rep.) ...............127,981
Chase (soc.) 10,011
Jenkins (pro.) . 6.565
Shumway's plurality , 10,296
Wilson (dem.) . ....... 1, . . ; 149,869
Clarke (rep.)., ..... 130.817
Blssell (pro.) 6.688
Wilson's plurality 12,676
REGENTS STATE UNIVERSITY.
Hall (dem.).. 149,680
Landls (dem) 131,101
Seymour (rep.) ........... 119,467
Bassett (rep.) ,.114.113
Aberly (soc.) 9,942
Taylor (eoc.) H 9,138
Gilbert (pro.)..l... 7,459
Nesbltt (pro.) 7,000
CHIEF JUSTICE SUPREM COURT. '
Morrissey :. 120,356
Morrlssey'a majority. 4,800
Barnes w 109,722
Martin '-. ...105.144
Fremont Church Buys ;
Motion Picture Outfit
Fremont, Neb,, Nov. 22. The First
Congregational church board of di
rectors has placed an order for a mov
ing picture machine to be used in
connection with the services and the
church work. In 'making the an
nouncement to the congregation, the
pastor, Rev. W. H. Buss, who wrote
the prize Nebraska poem, stated that
moving picture machines are coming
into general use in the schools and he
saw no reason why they should not-be
useful in church work.
Soldiers' Home Notes.
Grand Island. Neb.. Nov. 22. (Special.)
During roll call Sunday morn in it the ansel
of death called at the West hospital and
toott away Mrs. EmlUno Uanklll, whose body
was laid to rest In the Home cemetery yes
terday afternoon. The funeral address wan
given by Rev. E. E. Mack. Mrs. Uasklll
waa the mother of ten children, three of
whom survive. They reside In Oklahoma
and were not In attendance at the funeral,
her hunband, being the only relative at the
Mrs. Dike, who has been vlsitln at Dea
Moines, la., for the last Ave months, re
turned on Sunday evening and will remain
until after the Christmas hoi I da vs. Mrs.
Uard also returned last week after her sum
mer outing. Both ladles are well and re
newing their ' acquaintance with Home
Mr. John Bessey of Coihoanv P. First
Iowa cavalry, who occupies a cot to room
7 ol the West hospital Is over 96 years
of age and the oldest member at Burkett.
Mrs. Agatha Conktln on last Sunday cele
brated her eighty-fifth birthday Anniversary
at the residence of Mrs. Miller In cottage
8. The affair was arranged as a surprise
to her by her many warm friends here.
The sixtieth' wedding anniversary of Mr.
and Mrs. D. A. Conlln waa celebrated last
week at Ltynch, Neb., the occasion being
the pleasant gathering of about forty-five
children, grandchildren and friends. Mr.
and Mrs. Conlln were married October 27,
1866, In DeKalb count A, Indiana, to which
union six children were born, four of which
are still living, Mrs. John Ueteer. Cal Con
lln and George and Ernest Conlln, who
were present at this celebration. Mr. Con
lln was a member of Company H, Second
Colorado cavalry, during the rebellion, serv
ing with honorable distinction throughout
the war, and Is now making his home with
his wife at Burkett. Both are happy and
contented and highly respected by all.
commandant Walsh was In Elneoln the
latter part of the week attending a meet
ing of the heads of the various state In
The body of Mrs. Loura Poors was laid
to rest in the home cemetery Saturday
afternoon. Rev. Mr. Thompson of the First
meinoaisi cnurrn or urand island delivered
the address. There were many beautiful
floral offerings'. Mrs. Mary Rogers of cot
tage 9, who some four years ago burled her
father, has patiently borne through the
sickness and death of her beloved mother
and to her is extended the sympathy of all
tho members here. Mrs. Poor left to
mourn her loss five children. Warren Pmr
of KtncolnNeb. ; Charles Poore of Los An
geles, cal; Mrs. Allle Messenger of Los
Angeles, Mrs. Nettle Houston of Portland.
Ore., and Mrs. Mary Rogers of BurketL .
Pool Refuses to
vSend Auto Plates
Aurora, Neb., Nov. 22. (Special.)
County Treasurer Frank L. Mc
Carty has just returned from a con
ference in Lincoln with Secretary of
State Charles W. Pool over the issu
ance of automobile number plates and
he will not issue those plates to the
2,000 automobile drivers in Hamilton
county as he had planned.
Mr. McCarty had understood
through his negotiations with the sec
retary of state's office that he could
have the number plates for the auto
mobile owners of this county at the
rate of 11 cents apiece. He expected
to ship them to Aurora by freight and
sell them to the automobile owners
at 35 cents apiece, thereby netting to
Hamilton county a neat profit for
doing this business.
However, when he went to Lincoln
to complete his negotiations with Sec
retary Pool, the latter informed him
that the plates would cost him 35
cents apiece; that it was his intention
to issue these-plates separately from
the secretary of state's office.
The law provides that the county
treasurer, from any registration fees
for automobiles, shall send 35 cents
of each fee to the state treasurer to
be placed in the fund known as "spe
cial motor vehicle registration fund."
Out of this fund, the secretary of
state pays the expenses connected
with the purchase and disbursement
of number plates. The cost of num
ber platts, as figured by Mr. Mc
Carty and the secretary of state's of
fice, was about 11 cents. If the county
could buy 2,000 plates at II cents
each and receive 35 cents apiece for
them, it would mean a profit of $480,
and the work could practically all be
done without any additional help in
the county treasurer's office.
It is estimated that the postage on
each, plate will be at least 5 cents,
which will make a total postage bill
for the 2,000 plates equal to $100.
Mr. McCarty figurts the freight bill
from Lincoln to Aurora on these
plates would be i.ot to exceed $1.
Lincoln County Fair
Will Be Incorporated
. North Platte!, Neb., Nov. 22. (Spe
cial.) Articles of incorporation are
being drawn for the Lincoln County
Agricultural society, farmers organ
ization which is to assume charge of
the Lincoln countv fair. The Daid-
up capital is to be $5,000 in shares of
$50 each. . Seventy of these shares
have already been sold. The organ
ization plans to erect several new
buildings at ihe fair grounds before
the next county fair and to make the
Lincoln couiily fair the best exhibi
tion in. the state aside from the state
fair at Lincoln.
' $98 to $398
ne Hiii).iMf.ika; milium in u ur awTLiwi
District Court of
Lincoln County -Has
North Platte, Neb., Nov. 22. (Spe
cial.) Thirty-one jury cases, twelve
of them state cases, are set down for
hearing during the present term of
the Lincoln county district court
which opened here yesterday. Sev
eral cases of violations of the liquor
laws, one or two of assault with in
tent to do bodily harm, and other
minor cases constitute for the, most
part the state docket. i
Mrs. Vivian Doggett will come to
trial on a charge of shooting her hus
band, Harry Doggett. Mrs. Doggett,
who is at liberty on a cash bond, says
that she shot her husband in self-defense
when they quarreled over
Fred Bremer lias appealed from a
judgment in police court wherein he
was fined $1 and costs for speeding.
Bremer was arrested as he drove his
machine away from a junk dealer's
establishment, where he and She junk
man had failed to agree on a price
for the car.
The case in which the greatest in
terest is taken, that of the state
against Roy Roberts, is set down as
the last on the docket. Some diffi
culty is anticipated in obtaining a jury
for the retrial of the case and hence
it is deemed advisable to dispose of
all other case's first, Roberts will
come to trial for the second time,
charged with the murder of Vernon
Connett. Roberts was sentenced to
death in the Lincoln county district
court more than a year ago, but the
supreme court ordered a: new trial
because the hearing had been removed
from the district court room to the
Auto Thief Comes
To Grief at Tekamah
Tekamah, Neb., Nov. 22. (Special.)
The first automobile theft has been
recorded in Tekamah, but the thief
came to grief within a few minutes
after he had -taken the car. While
Raymond Beaver was attending even
ing services at the Baptist church the
thief cranked up his car and pro
ceeded to make a get-away. He was
evidently a stranger to the streets of
Tekamah for he attempted to get out
of Tekamah on a street crossing the
creek at a place where there is no
bridge. He went over the embank
ment about twenty feet down and
landed in the middle of the creek. The
car landed right side up and without
damage to the machine. The thief,
it would seem, was not badly injured,
for he got away before those who had
been aroused by the crashing of the
machine could get an opportunity to
investigate. A black cap was all that
was left of the victim of the ride into
BEAUTIFUL evening shades in the most effective
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these Dresses are manufacturers' samples,
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SETS THE PACE
Seven Divorces Are
Granted by Court
At North Platte
North Platte, Neb., Nov. 22. (Spe
cial.) The divorce mill, that bit of
legal machinery the grist for which
is broken hearts and shattered ro
mances, started in district court and
after an afternoon and morning ses
sion five women and two men were
freed from males whom they had
taken "for better or for worse."
Mrs. Mary Fairfield was given a
divorce from Andrew on charges of
abandonment. They were married in
North Platte eleven years ago. Her
maiden name of Keegan was restored
to her. Mrs. Ollic Stutesman was
given a divorce from David on the
ground of drunkenness. She was
given custody of four minor children.
Afler twenty-six years of married life
Mrs. lsahelie Kggers was given a di
vorce from Marion. She charged adul
tery. She was given custody of their
one minor child. Mrs. Mary Geyer
was divorced from Andrew because
of abandonment. They were married
in North Platte on Christmas day,
1)06. Mrs. Mary Geise charged that
John had been cruel and was granted
a decree. The Geises had been mar
ried two years. George Fishbaugh
told Ihe court that his wife, Ina.
whom he married in Omaha fourteen
years ago, had been extremely cruel.
He was given a divorce. Charles
Likes obtained a divorce from Dora
on grounds of abandonment. They
BETTER THAN CALOMEL
Thousand Have Discovered' Dr.
Edwards' Olive Tablets are
a Harmless Substitute
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets the sub
stitute for calomel are a mild but sure
laxative, and their effect on the liver it
almost instantaneous. They are the re
sult of Dr. Edwards' determination not
to treat liver and bowel complaints with
calomel. His efforts to banish it brought
out these little olive-colored tablets.
These pleasant little tablets do the
good that calomel does, but have no bad
after effects. They don't injure the
teeth like strong liquids or calomel.
They take hold of the trouble and
quickly correct it. Why rare the liver
at the expense of the teeth? Calomel
sometimes plays havoc with the gums.
So do strong liquids, It is best riot to
take calomel, but to let Dr. Edwards'
Olive Tablets take its place.
Most headaches, "dullness" and that
lazy feeling come from constipation and
a disordered liver. Take Dr. Edwards'
Olive Tablets when you feel "loggy" and
"heavy." Note how they "clear clouded
'rain and how they "perk up" the spir
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in the lot, but each just
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Notes from Beatrice
And Gage County
licatrice, Neb., Nov. 22, (Special.)
The body of the late Mrs. Lottie
Dodge, formerly of -this city, who
passed away last week at her home
at Harrisburg, Pa., was brought here
yesterday for interment. Brief serv
ices were held from Scott's chapel,
conducted by Rev. B. F. Gaithcr. The
remains were interred in Beatrice
The local dealers have raised the
price of coal from $1 to $1.50 per ton.
Karly in the fall Weir City nut could
be purchased for $5 a ton and the
price- has been, raised to $6.50 per ton.
Illinois lump, which was worth $6.50
early in the season, is now selling at
$8 per ton, and hard coal is bringing
$14 a ton and is not very plentiful
at that figure.
The officers have found no clue to
Ihe man who fired five shots at
Charles Blaker, south of Beatrice,
early Sunday morning as he was en
route lome from a dance at Barnes-ton.
would stop that em
That itching, burning skin-trouble
which keepi you scratching and
digging, is a source of disgust to
others, as well as of torment to you.
Why don't you get rid of it by using
Resinol Ointment? Physiciariihave
prescribed it (or over 20 yearn In
most cases, It stops itching instantly
and heals eruptions promptly. Jl is
very easy and economical to use.
Sold by all drutfUts. For Mtnple free, write
to Dept. rN, Reatnol, Baltimore, Md.
Advertising is the pen
dulum that keeps buy
ing and selling in motion
A Wonderful Salefj
We purchased these
sion from V
New York Manufacturer
and will sell them to
the same basis.
$25.00 to $40.00v
as pretty and dainty as it can be.
jp IGHT at the beginning of the winter sociaLsea
lAi son this is a very remarkable announcement,
and one that no woman with a need for a dress can
afford to overlook.
"flflli' FORCROWINC OMAHA
Life today brings
many women, and
worrying brings on
kidney troubles, to
the medical men say.
Kidney weakness re
veals itself in back
ache, pains when
stooping or lifting,
ditty head aches
and urinary disord
ers. Be cheerful.
Stop worrying. Let
the world go on. and,
to strengthen weak
ened kidneys, use
Dosn's Kidney Pilts,
the kidney rmvH v
that la known, used and recommended the
Omaha People Teatify:
Mr. W. D. Woodworth, 262S Franklin
St., aay: "I yn having awful trouble with
my kidneys. Hy back ached and I felt tired
and languid and my kidneys didn't act
properly. After taking one box of Dcian a
Kidney Pills 1 was no longer bothered by
50 at all Drug Store
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Itching Torture Stopt
It is unnecessary for you to suffer
with eciema, blotches, ringworm, rashes
and similar skin troubles. A little terno,
obtained at any drug store for 25c, or
il.00 for extra targe bottle, and promptly
applied will usualty give instant relief
from itching torture. It' cleanses and
soothes the skin and heals quickly and
effectively most skin diseases.
Zemo is a wonderful, penetrating, dis
appearing liquid and is soothing to tho
most delicate skin. It is not greasy, li
easily applied and costs little. Get it
today and save all further distress. .
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Better coma In and have your battery
fixed be! ore the neat cold snap comes.
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