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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1912)
T11E OMAHA SUNDAY BEEt NOVEMBER 3, 1912.
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After months of untiring, labor, with
a zeal that knew no night or day, we take
pleasure in offering for your inspection
tomorrow, Monday, a veritable Shoppers
Paradise. Our Grand Opening marks anew
epoch in the history of Omaha retail stores.
, Visitors to our building will be sur
prised by its newness. Every nook and
corner of this great establishment has been
renovated, redecorated and newly furnished.
New executivesnew departmentsnew
merchandisehas sent new blood coursing
through the veins of the entire organization.
So important an event in the commer
cial history of our city is deserving of more
than passing comment. You, our neighbors,
know how great a task we set for ourselves
in rebuilding, reorganizing and rejuvenat
ing the establishment and personnel of the
business formerly conducted by the Bennett
Company. The comparison of condition?
as they were and as they are now, will
make apparent to everyone the detail and
difficulties of what we undertook.
Every known convenience has been
arranged to aid our patrons in the inspection
and purchase of Women's garments. These
exquisite appointments include French
rooms, which are at the disposal of any
customer for convenience and privacy in
making a selection.
Delightful Musical Program
2:30 TO 5-30 j4NT) 7:30 TO 9:30 M.
Greens Military Band
Lamp's Orchestra v
Beautiful Flowers for
Store Open Monday Evening
Though each department has received
its proportion of attention, our second floor,
devoted exclusively to the display and sale
of Ready-to-Wear Apparel for Women,
Misses and Children, will prove of special
interest to all womankind. Delight will
be expressed at the evident thoughtful pro
vision made for comfort in this beautifully'
In the conduct of this new store, we
pledged ourselves to make every consider
ation subservient to quality, service an8
Success shall be measured by satisfac
tion, not by profits.
Our aim shall be to reach one hundred
per cent efficiency in our organization
to promote progress to perfect service
Courtesy and Good Will
We shall impress upon each salesper
son that dealing with the purchasing pub
lic is a problem in personality, and that a
favorable impression must be created
wherever service may be rendered.
In throwing open this magnificent busi
ness structure, we believe that we have ac
complished something for you as well as
ourselves. With beautiful surroiuidings,
accompanied in each department by a vast
display of new seasonable merchandise
with new methods of doing things court
esy, good will and one price to all we
look for your approval.
Desire to Serve
The real test now lies with you. Much
depends upon the evidence of loyal sup
port accorded us by a so-far loyal public.
Make it your store.
There is magnificence in this store,
but there is something more a sincere
desire to serve.
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