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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 20, 1911)
PAGES NINE TO SIXTEEN
VOL. XLI-XO. 107
The Omaha Daily Bee.
0st Sporting News
The Bee prints full box cores
of all big league ramek
in oo other Omaha newspaper.
OMAIIA. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20.
SINGLE COFY TWO CENTS.
f 1 " "' N
18,CC0 ACRES IRRI
GATED LAND IN THE
Famous San Joaquin Uailoy
In no port of that great state hns nature done so much
as at Patterson, Stanislaus County.
There you "nave soil, water, sunshine and climate. The
man who cannot make good under such conditions would tail
anywhere. We look for the man w ho can make good.
A New Town and New Colony
Patterson never wore swaddling clothes. 6,000
acres of Patterson Irrigated Farms are being planted
to trees and vines and alfalfa. They need you to
help make a paradise of the San Joaquin valley.
This is not a pioneer proposition; it is in the
midst of a splendid community.
Facts in the Case:
Most Fertile Roil 4 to 20 feet deep.
Abundance of Water No Irrigating system In the U , 3.
any better constructed. The land owns the water a share
with each acre.
The Crops Anything eros that la produced elsewhere
in California. Patterson Is In the heart of the Dairy dis
trict of the state 6 or 7 cuttings of Alfalfa; closn to fcau
Patterson is only 97 miles from San Francisco and Oak
land, where there are nearly a million people to be ted.
Patterson la on the Southern Pacific and the San Joaquin
river affords chenp transportation.
Take no one's word Oo and see.
NEXT EXCURSION NOV. !.
Ask for particulars at our office or at our Land Show booth.
Payno Investment Co.
Iftth and Far nam, Omaha, Neb.
Must Bs Good'
If It Come? From
A New, Cluan.
Modern Family Li
1.809 Farnam Street, Omaha
Fouvcnlr with every
purchase during- the
TO DAY AT THE LAMP SHOW
1 I ,1 I II I l i I I
Home of Family Burlesque. Cater
ing to Polite Audiences.
ALL THIti WEEK
Matinee, 2:30. Evening, 8.30.
(Funniest Fellow in Burlesque)
A Showy Show of Show Girls
Lpta of Fun--Lots of Girls
Lots of Scenery
The Show you'll want to sea
No seats hlghe- than B0 cents.
Land Show Visitors
are Invited to Sea
the latest Paris styles in millin
ery at this store. The most
fascinating creations of the
(amous designers are here. A
particular hat for every partlo
alar woman, and all modestly
Second Floor City National
- Trus.jc, SI. OO to $15.00 each.
Bhouldcr Eiicii tl to $3 each.
La.l.v .attendant in these depart
ments if desired.
ShormanSb McGcnnell Drug Co.
Cor. 16th and Sodre.
Cor. lota and Huu;.
Ccr. 84 tl and I aruaiii.
SOT-9 91 leth Bt., (Loyal Hotel.)
No Weed Seeds
Go With It.
No Weed Seeds
This means Trans-'MjssIcsipri
Lawn grass Is clean from any
and all ingredients that will be
harmful In any way to yodr
THE NEBRASKA SEED
Doug. J 201. 1613 Howard St.
Open Saturday Evenings. .
Five Dollars Three Dollars
Owing to the cumber of people desiring our best plates
and crown at above price, who could not be waited on, I
have extended the time limit to November 1st.
DOR WARD, Dentist
War Block, 15th and Tarnanv. Phone Dong. 874
MOVING m$ PIAKO MOVING - FURNITURE PACKING
Gordon Fireproof Warehouse & Van Co.
(EXrBXSBMIIT'B DXX.XVZBY CO.)
SIS South 17th Street.
Tel. Douglas 394 1 Xad. A1S14
Omaha Reed & Rattan Co.
Manufacturers of Keed and Bat
tan ruriUtUfe, Oo-Carts, Baby
Carriages, Etc. Repairing a Bp,
olalty. 119 N. 16th Bt. Heat to
Hew U. P. Headquarters.
Telephone V. 105. Ind. A-Mll
The Largest Mall Order Boose la
Importer and Dealer la
Pine Whlaales, Wines, Lienors, Xto.
, Wholesale Liquor Dealer.
Saa Morth 16th ItruL
Telephones I Doug. 1809 i Ind. B 180a. I
Penne!! Millinery Go.
Desiring to sell their farms or
land will find an ad In The)
Bee Farm and Ranch Land
Co'unins most successful.
Yes, Unuic about Ethel t vxd
ding and uii He J don't like losing
out, toaif r her get a dandy
pmen h'u-i lumity, and I'll
lukettu S '... ou xnt and add
tnouok i- . , j a fine Rock Crys
tal Kit'jr-o-cd and Stirling Silver
DitAv t ' Muter S t at
J i ii mlteir wiwiiw last nigkt
: .a t.ir.SOjutl wlit until i0'
VISITORS ! ! !
We have s ppwinl dis
GAS AND ELEC
at attractive price which
we urge you to inspect
while in the city.
Lareeht Fixture House in the
151 1 HOWARD STREET.
Afternoon Program Oct. 20
J00 to B;0
8:00 to 6:00
2:00 to 6:00
3:00 te J J9
J: it to 1:00
8.00 to 8:8
S;JG to 4:00
4.00 to 4:80
4:30 to 6:00
3:00 to 2:80
' Csptaln Tlebor's fieal Circus
Ortell. Ttje Bee Wlsard.
: ' ' Amusement Hall "A"
J. Edw. Taylor. "Special Agricultural Features Of Utah."
W. B. Lefflr.gwell, Traveler and Lecturer, Union Pacific
pioneer Days in the West."
J. A, Jaspir. Special. Commissioner, San Diego Co., Cal.
"From Sheep Range to Orange Grove."
Wilber Walker., Sec'y Alameda Co. Chamber of Commerce.
"Resources of Alameda County." '
D. C Freeman fieo'y Chamber of Commerce, Eugene. Oregon.
B. C. Crocker, Oen. Mgr. Portneuf-Marsh Valley Immigration.
Amusement nail "B"
Edw. tewla, Expert on S3ploeiyss -
The Du Poni Neumenrs Powder Ce, ft. Louis
. ,.ng.-. - ' ' -
C B. Morrison. "Fruit Growing In the Northwest."
W. F. French, Prof. University Nebraska. "Farm Work
J. .W. Jpnes, A ae't Immigration, State of Idaho.
'The Development of an Irrigated Empire"
Prof.' Taylor, Soil Expert. 'oil Improvement"
ft. -ff. Moigan, Orchardlst. "Valleys of the Yakima"
TO THE LAND SHOW
Visitors to the Land Show can reach the Coliseum, where tho
show is held, by the "Dodge and North 30th" cars, which run
direct to the grounds. Also by the "North 24th," "Florence'
and "Forest Lawn" cars, getting off at Burdette St., and walk
ing four blocks cast, or, by the "42d and Grand," "24th and
Ames" and "16th and Locust" cars to Burdette St., and walk
ing four blocks west.
Omaha &.Council Bhif is
Street Railway Co.
H. E. HUBERMANN, Furrier
Reliable Fur Sets at Reasonable. Prices
Room 0. Second Floor, Continental Block.
N. E. COKNEK FIFTEENTH AND DOUGLAS STS., OALlIA
h' :30 to 3:00
1:00 to S:30
4:P0 (e 4:
Sv30 In K-1
I ' '
Amusement Hall "A" .
T 30 te 3:00 A. E Mlot, Agricultural and Horticultural Resources ot ' J
K 8 00 to 8:30 D. C Freeman. "The Willamette Valley, Oregon."
8 -SO to 8:00 J. X Jasper. "Ixts Angelea with Moving Pictures of the Pes-
dena Rose Carnival. New Tear"a Day."
8:00 to 9:30 W. V. Leffingwell. "TeUowstone National Park " ' (
:3- to 10.00 Wilber Walker, "Resources of AJamsda County "
Amusement Hall "B" '
r ii ii I,, 7:30 to 8:00 A. Thompson, Expert on Machinery. Vi i
i. iJ-V Nl "Th Aver Tractor on the Farm." . S'jUPLjX
-AW 8:00 to 8:30 Jas. A. King. Traveling Lecturer, Hart-Parr Co. I hi tfJffrA
iaVnvlfl' " 4:80 10 9:00 c- E- Morrison, "Agricultural." UrT vva2K
PsSWWi mji 09 to 9:80 E. Von Foiell, Specialist on Sociology.
Yzp-!Ql, iS, "Produou of the North Platte Valley." )AV OTfOJ
: to 10.00. O. y. Baker. Orchardlst. "Colorado Fruit, Hotebldss." tSk&M
'IMF ;1 Special Tent , 'lK
Jfik 8:00 to 8:30 L. M- Brown, Publicity Mgr. Walla Walla Commercial Club. tV
UViT? Waahlrgton" (1.75
'Ijt'Sjr ;') te 1 H H. Hays. Gen. Tassenger Agent Wylte Permanent Camping IV V Vei
jfjr jivMi - Co "Yellowstone National Park." iJL S
H . : : 2
f L V
Our years of experience
has taught us that to in
sure your success on an
it is essential that it be
cultivated two years be.
fore you move out or that
you be financed for two
years of smaller harvest.
See us at the Utah Booth
or our Omaha Sales Office
813-14 City National Bank
Spalding I' Kingston inv.flo.
alt Lake (Jity
OBOAB fc. OOX, Oeaeral Manager.
Omaha Rales Offte,
018-14 City National Bank
I tab. llKth--Lanl Show
In the Heart of
Within easy scress ot ever?
point of interest we fasve es
tablished a place to dine that
should appeal to you.
of the quality that Will win
your permsnent patronage.
Sewd k la Crte er Tenia
.Hotn.XQeftl tPCjft-anv, ,,
Little tablet at pleasant windows.
17th) and Ponglas Bta.
Our Latest Creation
None Better at Any1 Price. &old
In 1 and 2 Pound Boxes Only.
Price 80c and $1.80.
If By Mall fl.OO and $2.00.
Myers-Dillon Drug Co.,
16th and Farnam Sts.,
of good things to eat ran be
found nere. '
Our ulsre Is near lth tk Dodge
Sts. Just where you will get off
or on the car to or from the Land
ISIS Dodge Btreet.
O. M. Ball, Vrep.
Tho Land of
For Descriptive Literature
and Prlco Llate, Writ
474D. Willi metta S treat,
Eugcno - Orego
,f'-iwi Very Btst Set
ker $9; illsai-
DR. CLARK, IsiVAMO.aXftCl
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