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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1911)
TTTE BEE: OMATIA, WEPXESDAT. OCTOBER 4. 1011.
WONDERS TOLDJN PANORAMA
Commissioner Buckley SigT.i Big" At
traction for Land Show.
TO EXITOII OKEGONS VALE!
Willamette ;sren Kpo Will He
Well nrprrif ntril at the E po
lities to He Held This
Month In rnltiPDH.
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"Tli present' Omah !.inil show a 111
bring to the attention and Interest cf
th. people in and around Omaha mw
deelded'y or.in(il exhibit. which are to
be both tducatlonal and entertaining.'
eeys Louis V. Buckley. Exhibit commls-
rloner, who has Jut returned from in
eight-months' tr'.i:- of th we'. I found
that the communities In the great west-
rn states that seek colonists end Im
migration, have a desire to Improve the
nnoort'ititttea ct t!it exhibitions t the
product of the oll and wsters. and that
they havo solved the quest 'on i'f. attrac
tiveness, thrnuph norellty In arrangement
of the exhibits
"As an Illustration the goo.1 penple of
the beautiful Wllllamrtte valley In pron-
1erous Oregon, through the Ralem Board
of Trade, have had built and painted
wondwful panaroma of the valley. It
in the vork of L. H. Srhryer, the
'artist who made the famed Johnstown
Iluod panorama and model with Ita won
derfully effective lights and flood of
waters. There Is source! a person who
baa not teen or heard of the Johnstoan
flood attraction at the Buffalo exposi
tion and at many other expositions sine
that great exhibition. It u so ex
tremely novel and educational aa to
cause considerable comment and many
expressions of praise from all sections
of the country.
"Bohryer also worked On the Creation
Vhow that made e sensation on the Pike
at the Bt. Louis exposition and he made
a record for fine work at the Seattle ex
position in decorative and artlstlo work.
, Cosftr Prailnctloa.
"The Salem Board of Trade at once ar
I ranged with Schrver at a cost ot several
I thousand dollars to arrange and build
. theWllllamette valley panorama and to
( put it up at the Oregon .state fair at
i Palem. t at once secured It for Omaha.
I The panorama will cover space qf GOxM)
feet , an 1 will have electrical effects.
' smoke from factory chimneys of SaJem,
, the prune dryers. In operation, hop pick
ten In fields, apple orchards with men
and women picking frulta, tiny trains and
e.Ieotrlo cars In operation along the valley,
the beatitlful scenery and cloudi and the
rising and setting sun. Mr. Fehryer, him
self, and ope assistant will come and
operate the. panorama and a score of
electric lights will aid In ihe effects.
Besides this the Valley people, taking
In such thriving communities and coun
ties as Albany and Linn count. Corvallla
and Benton county1 Eugene and Lane
county, with Ralem and Its capital county,
win form an exhibit of grains, grasses,
frulta, preserved stuff, cereala. manufae.
tured' articles and woods, that will prove
good for both tha exhibitors and Oregon,
but will also be a fine attraction for tha
, MEET WITH MR. HOLDREGE
-A meeting of Burlington railroad of
ficials was held Tuesday forenoon at tha
offloe of General Manager O. W,
Hojtfrega. and while no statement . for
publication would be Issued., one of the
fftoiala declared that It was probable the
BurBngton would "abandon some of ita
work when the enow beglna to fly."
Tha poller Of retrenchment waa discussed
at tha meeting and the general impres
sion la that the aunr tintendrnts left with
'tha understanding that there la to be
little Improvement expenditures this win
ter and a possible retrenchment In sev
General superintendents came to the
meeting In special cara. Those who at
tended were L. P. Allen, superintendent
of tha Lincoln division; E. E. Toung, su
perintendent of tha Alliance division; A.
O. Smart, superintendent of the Omaha
division; C. Blgnell, superintendent of
tha Lincoln division; L. B. Lyman, super
intendent of the V.'ymora division: C. B.
Packsnbaugh, superintendent of the Ster
ling division; tv. M. Wlederhamer, super
Intandant ot the Alliance division; p. Q
Bobbins, superintendent of the Sheridan
division. Toe superintendent of tha Me
Cook division was not present.
SPECIAL TEACHERS TO
; HAVE ROOM FOR OWN USE
The -work of converting the old at
. sembly room on tha fifth floor of th
city ball. Into offices for the special t
atroctor In the public schools, will pro'
ably begin the last of the present e
It la the Intention to divide tha
room Into nlna offices, giving one
oa of th nlna special teachers . He.
waa not at work in tha schools. tlu.
teaafcers can meet their patrons and tlu
pupils, transacting the great volume of
bnslp that Is required of the in out
Ids of the school- rooms.
; The old assembly room was formerly
usad as " a', weekly and monthly meeting
plana for teachers. During tha past few
years tha teaching fores has grown un
til bow. when the room Is only about
Urge enough to seat half of tha teach era
To solve the difficulty, the auditorium In
th Toung Women's Christian Association
bunding- has been leased, and there the
meetings srs held This will be used
until the new High School building Is
completed, when the teachers will prob.
ably be assigned the main auditorium,
a room enough to seat 1.000 peisons, aa
a masting purpose.
If you have young children you have
perhaps noticed that disorders of the
stomach are their most common ailment
To oorract this you will find Chamber.
Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets excel
lent They are sasy as? pleasant to
take, and mild and geotJe la affect For
seJe by all deaJera
D. A. R. NAMES DELEGATES
TO STATE CONVENTION
At ths opeciag meeting of tha seaaoa
of th Daughters of the American Revo
lution Monday afternoon, at the boms of
Mrs. John R. Wahetar. tha followmg
detagatas war elected to aitend the stats
convention at Kearney, October U-lj
Mrs. Webstar. Mrs J. c Weetb. Mra
Walter D. Williams. Mra W. g. Hellar
Mrs. C, R. Aull. Mrs S. A. Collins.
Mra A. C Troup. Alternates: Mrs. Lewis
(Wolfe, Mrs. David Crowell. Mra Mary
nerson. Mrs. C. E. Parsons. Mrs. Cor
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HE day must' come when you no longer can
stand the pace, when youth must succeed you.
Have you provided for that time? Are you assured
p independence, peac and prosperity for the rest of
your life. The pace in the city .throws salaried men
out of employment at a very early age in this rapid
progress period; for many the age limit is forty years.
When this time comes you should have a
Farm to fall back om
The one who owns a small farm need not worry about the
future he has the best possible insurance a home with an income.
The man in the city, working on a salary, must worry all the time.
When he is ill his income producing ability stops; but in the country
crops will continue to grow and produce an income even though
the owner be incapacitated. Besides, the man with a farm knows'
the pleasure of treading on his own soil. He is independent and an
integral part of the community.
There are places in the west whore a S-acre farm,
intelligently cultivated, will give you a comfort
able living. Come to the Omaha Land Show and
learn all the facto about these wondorful farms
and how you can provide for your future.
Hear the Wonder -Tale of the Wonder-West
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