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The Omaha Daily Bee
Made in Nebraska
Made in Nebraska
VOL. XLII NO. '226.
OMAHA, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 8, 1913.
SINGLE COPY TWO CENTS.
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IT'S AT OMAHA'S
Everybody Ooei. Ask Anybody.
Thii Week "Qay Masqueraderi."
The Gayety plays to more ladles
at Its daily matinee than any two
theaters In Omaha.
WEEK BEGINNING MARCH 3 1
Harrison Armstrong's Greatest
SEYMOURE & ROBINSON
In the Minx and the Miser.
USHER & WHITCLIFF '
Sonars and Duou
Beautiful Production of the Mer
chant of Venice.
And other numbers of worth.
BRI1TO THE FAMILY
Twenty-third, Hickory and U. P. R. R.
Phono Douglas 1043
Supplied to Leading Houses of Omaha.
Manufactured in Omaha
HAVE IT DELIVERED TO YOU
Omaha Ice &, Gold Storage Go.
Office 428 S. 15th Street. Plant 5th and Leavenworth.
NEBRASKA MADE PRODUCTS
Lawrence Shot & Lead Co.
O. C. BWINaiiEY. Seo7 and Trtu.
Feeds and builds up any varnish surface. Manufactured by
HASTINGS FURNITURE CO., Hastings, Neb.
NIGH GRADE COFFEES
FOR. NEBRASKA TRADE.
Milk, Cream, Butter, Cheese,
1813 Parnaxn Bt., Omaha. Doug-. 411.
Be Sura to Sea the Live Exhibit of
J. H. HANEY & CO.
"MADE IK NEBRASKA SHOW"
Harness, Saddles and Saddlery Goods
Booth No. 37.
around rioor, Court
of Bee Building.
Tho work done hero Is artistic and
attractive. It leaves a flno Impression
where It Is Been. Try Itaber's the
next time you have any Job printing.
SHE OUR DISPLAY OV
AT "MADE IN
Orown In Nebraska.
Made In Our raotorv.
TRACY BROS. CO.
1 115 Douglas St.
Were invited to
exhibit at the
"Made in Nebraska" Show
This is conclusive
We Make Our Clothes Here
We have, no
Nebraska Made Clothes
At our prices.
The Aluminum Front In
Orpheum Theater Ilulldlng.
ARTHUR L. LKMON,
Jfttli and Hawcy Sis.
So. Omahu Store, I'M N. "Hli.
Uniimii1llilliniilliiiiill88iaa& I IE. 41
Program for Today, at Auditorium
UMA1TA HIGH SCHOOL DAY. O.MAJJA PUBLIC SCllOOf,
DAY. Y. M. 0. A. GYMNASTIC DEPARTMENT.
NIGHT. EXUTBITOKS' SAMPLING NIGHT. COUN
CIL BLUFFS NIGHT.
10:30 A. M. Doors open.
lt:30 A. M. Moving Pictures, "Trip Through Alaska," "Demon Aeroplane"
1:30 P. M. Illustrated Talk by Will M. Maupln, "Agricultural Features of Nebraska's
i!:0O P. M. Band concert, Green's Omaha band.
2:30 P. M. Industrial talks on tho M. H. Smith Factory, South Omaha Stock Yards,
Klrkcndall company factory and lten Biscuit factory.
3:30 P. M. Lecturo Room address by Dr. G. E. Condra on "Conservation of Nebraska's
4:00 P. M. Lecturo by Prof. Mclvin R'. Gilmorc, curator Nebraska Stato Historical
society, "How Omaha Managed Its Thirty Manufacturing Plants Two
Hundred Years Ago."
8:00 P. M. Green's Omaha band concert.
0:00 P. M. On stage in main hall, athletic, gymnastic association toaius and classes
i in charge of Director Trultt Maxwell.
10:15 P. M. Silver City Gleo club.
7:30 to 8:30 and 0:00 to 0:0, South Omaha High School orchestra, under tho
direction of Joe Connors, on main ceutcr stage.
8:30 P. M. Basement Lecture Room, illustrated talk by Dr. G. E. Condra, prosidont "
of Nebraska Conservation congress, "Industrial Nebraska and Its
0:30 P. M. Lecture Room in Basement, Will M. Maupln on "Omaha Manufacturing
Special Moving Pictures from 11 A. M. until 11 P. M. continuously in
lecturo room, free.
AT THIS TIIUATKltS.
AT TIII3 THUATHKS.
Conqueror of Ebystko, and
In Connection With
"Girls from Reno"
Best Kntcrtalnmont in tho City.
A Chorus That Is Famous
If You Like Good Things,
You'll Like This Show.
Matinee at 2:30
Evening at 8:30
Real Burlesque Real Fun
Orpheum Road Show
Direction Martin Beck
Matinee Every Bay, SUB
Every Night, 8UB; All Week
BUrnor Trovato, X,oula Galloway,
Joseph Kaufman at Co., Bobker's
Arabs, Ben linn, Charles and Ade
laide Wilson, Meehan's Canines,
Pfttlie's Weekly Review.
Prloei Might, lOo, 880, 6O0, 760.
Matinee, Gantry 10o best seats
3 So, except Saturday and Sundays.
MABTIXT BEOK PRESENTS
Aran. 14, is, 10, 17, 18.
Many Pleasures at Stupendous Exposition
The knights ot the urlp will have charge
of the program tonlcht at the Mado-ln-Nebraska
show In tho Auditorium. In
the afternoon the good people of South
Omaha will listen to their favorite younsr
folks' musical organization, the South'
Omaha llleh School orcnestra. There an
sotne twenty-five musicians In this or-'
Kanlzatlon and they will render a very J
splendid program of music. This will bo
given both In the afternoon and at night.
They always draw u large audience of
South Omaha people.
Tho Traveling Men's association has
the most Important post In the middle
west, known as Post A, with over 900
members and established right here at
Omaha. Thcro are 1,300 traveling sales
men members of tho Travelers' Protective
association In the state of Nebraska. At
a recent association convention In Peoria,
III., a new comical stunt was put on for
the first time which Is called "Tho In
itiation of the Order of Ignati." Tho
boys of Post A propose to repeat this In
all of Its very funny phases on tho big
stage at the Auditorium tonight.
Trn.vrllnir Men Here.
The salesmen of the many Omaha firms
have been called In off the road for this
big gathering of Omaha traveling men. In
order to make a good showing at tho Au
ditorium, tho boys will form at the Pax
ton hotel and headed by a drum and fife
corps will march to tho Made-tn-Ne-broska
show, arriving there about S:&)
equipped with horns ana other devices to
attract the attention. They will wear
their badges and will mako things hum
In the old town tonight. Mr. C. E. Beln
ert. president of the Federation of No
braska lie tailors will deliver an address
of welcome to the members of Post A.
Every exhtbltor will receive a serenade
from the bunch and then some. -,
A lecture will bo given for their special
benefit by Mr. Will M, Maupln on "No
brask'a Development from a Manufactur
ing and Industrial Standpoint." and n
lecturo by 'Prof. Meivln It. Gllraore of' the
ti..,-.i. tnr-i !...
. in. v. on w. .uf tuinu, viiu ib ii Ne
braska product, h'lrhself.
Dr. pG. k Condra, president of tho Ne.
braska Consen'ntlon congress, will give
two talks tonight. These will bo delivered
In the lecture room. Dr. Condra Is one
of the best posted men on the resources
ot Nebraska and , has an international
reputation for his splendid lectures.
The exhibits are all in plaoe now and
everything Is In readiness for big audi
enecs from now until March 15.
Sunday, March 9, Ferullo and his big
concert band comes to tho city for seven
days. Concerts well be rendered after
noon and night from Sunday to tho close
of tho exposition. A specially Targo band
stand has been built for the use of this
Sntnrilay llloch School Diij-.
Saturday will bo Omaha High school
and public school day. Also Saturday the
gymnasium and athletic teams of the
Young Men's Chrlstaln association, under
Director Maxwell's guidance, will put on
a special program on the stage In the
main hall for tho Federation of Nebraska
Retailers and their visitors to tho show.
Sunday Is Bohemian day. Their will be
rendered two sacred concerts on that day.
Tho Fremont Retailers' association and
Commercial club nave Bciected March
12 for Fremont day. They havo a splen
did collective exhibit occupying 600 or
700 square feet of space on the stage
of the Made-ln-Nebraska show.
Governor Morehead nnd his staff will
Standard Bridge Co.
be present next Wednesday, and all of
next week are special society and Ne
braska city days at the show.
With tho complete, arrangement of ex
hlblts and displays, tho Made-ln-Nebraska
show Is pronounced by visitors as tliu
most claborato and thorough exposition
and exhibition of goods mndu In tho state
of NebraaUa aver nut In.
Doors nro open rrom 10:30 a. m. to 11
p. m.. and something llko MX) exhibitors
and demonstrators nnd out-of-town dele
gates are present at all times to enter
tain the4 thousands of visitors that will
bo seen In tho Auditorium during tho
next eight days of tlio show.
Le Marin Will Try
to' Throw Raffles
at Krug Tonight
LeMarln, tho man who recently threw
Zbyszko, will apicar at the Krug theater
this evonlng in a match wltn me mys
terious Raffles. LeMarln Is now consid
ered one of the best mat artists In tho
country, and he shortly will meet Frank
Qotch, champion of tho world. His per
formance ngalnst Zbyszko Is said to have
been a revelation to many, for It was not
believed that any other man outside of
Qotch had the strength and agility at the
game that was shown by LeMarln. In
the engagement at the Krug this evening
LeMarln wilt show Just how clever a mat
man he is, and undoubtedly will glyo
Omahans a chance to see why he Is re
garded as a good opponent for Qotch.
iAjMarln Is coming from Chicago for thh
meet. Manager Charles Franke of the
Krug arranged for the go while In Chi
cago this week.
40o DINNER AT
Made In Nebraska" Show
Saturday, S-o P. M.
Roast Pork Urown Potatoes
Coffoo, Tea, Milk
with out the.
Tho same old
saddle at tho
same old prlc.
tho best sad
dle ever made
and made Dy
the same old
men that have
for 25 yearsw
Write for free-
Ax.TK.sn coRsrxsK a oo.
lflia rarnam Street, OUAXA,
H. BESELIN & SON
Moved to Larger Quarters,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
See our live exhibit of oigar making1
at "Mada la Nabraika Show."
"Made in Nebraska" Show Visitors
To Our Exhibit at the Auditorium and Our Store at 1810 Far nam
Look over our stock of Lighting Fixtures and get our prices. Give us u trial and you
will always want to deal with us. You need us as much as we need you. Our only
effort is to please our customers regardless of how small and order you give us. Whou
you buy anything from us you can rest assured that you are getting flic best value. We
are" always ready to give any information you desire regarding any electrical device you
wish to purchase at our store or elsewhere. We carry a largo assortment of heating
devices of every description, also the famous Maytag Washing Machine with swinging
Wringer, and the famous Copoman Automatic Cook stovo.
Do not fail to see the demonstration of this wonderful stovo at tho Auditorium.
The Electric Shop
"Wolfe Electric Company
Tyler HH -:- 1810 Farnam Street
WIRE FOR US AND WE WILL WIRE FOR YOU.
Bemis Omaha Bag Go.
"Old Honesty" Blankets
"A-M-P" FLY NETS
Cotton and Burlap Bags
"BEMIS A"SEAMLESS BAGS
Ec. no my Mailing Bags
PARCEL POST MAILING POUCHES
Omaha, - - Nebraska
America'g leading frater
nal society for women.
This largo society en
ables tho wife and mother
to enjoy tho Biimo advan
tages of social and business
fraternal relations that tho
father and husband do.
By a Bmall monthly contri
bution of assessment and dues
you are assured of the prompt
payment, at death, of bucu an
amount as you may desire, to
any relative you may designate.
This circlo pays death
benefits, old ago disabil
ity, funeral benefits and
erects a monument to
females-rail in one cost.
Emma B. Manchester,
W. 0. W. Building, Omaha.
otng-er Ale. Tabu Water
OUAUAJTTE ED PUSH
Because bottled In a sanitary fac
torr under sanitary conditions.
mora us toub obdsb.
We Dcllvor to All 1'arta of City.
SUMP-SHERRY BOTTLING CO.
Sougiaa 7398. lsoa Webster St.
THE MEYERS BROOM WORKS
Manufacturers of Xljrn Orada
BROOMS and WHISKS
All these Branda hoar Union Label:
Little Princess. Standard, Red Cross
Peerless, star, Domeatlo and
MADE IN NEBRASKA
Ken's Wig's and Toupees of the high
est quality and workmanship.
We also apeolallse In tbe manufacture
of Terjrtbtsg In the ladles' Hair Goods.
Established S3 years.
403 South 10th Street.
City National Sank Building'.
DOXfT TBBVW AWAX IUUS UXiU
The Omaha Reed & Rattan Co,
WILI. KEPAIB THEM.
Manufacturers and repairers of baby
carriages, ko carts, reed and
119 Wo. 16th Bt. Doug-laa 3043.
Glass & Paint Co.
' OMAHA, - NEB.