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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 26, 1913)
THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, NOV EMBEU i(, I'M.'.
1- S. A. ROBERTS, . 3r-HARRY L. KELLER,- 5-M. A. ROESSIG, .';' 7-HENJRYj F 1 . .. . . r,4
1813 M Street. South Omaha 2123 North Eighteenth Street 26th and Farnam Street ' " ' 530'6' Norft 1 bbw'vU
2 CATHERINE HOFFMAN, 4-L. G. MUSK, 6-WM. ROCKLEY, 8-L. P. DEUTOH "
817 Fifth Ave., Council Bluffs 1216 Howard Street - 4629 Farnam Street 2552 MandersoiL Street
-K- Thousands of clever answers were received which were worthy of award,.
! Every answer showed a keen appreciation of the business methods of the firms advertised on this page. :
V Winners must call at The Bee business office before 6 p. m. Wednesday, November 26, for their prizes.
Many answers which deserve honorable mention are published in advertisements on this page.
A Few Expressions From
Tho Qayety Theatre is called "Omaha's Fun Cen
ter" because that is where tho laughs ring loudest. Mrs.
Anna Vinquest, 102 South 25th Ave.
Bocauso tho Qayety is the hub nround which revolves
all tho fun in Omahn. -Mrs. K. L. Humphry," 1G04 North
22dSt Tel. Webster 1147.
More enjoyment to tho sqqare inch than all the rest
put together. Mrs. Chas. S. Ely, 2120 Binney St.
uiro euro for tho melancholy. A. W. Nelson, 1330
South'27th St;, Omaha, Neb.
It is a play houso of high class, livo entertainment,
whoro yon can take your most particular friends without
fear of offense Mrs. G. D. Conklin, 2412 Seward Stv City.
WHERE THE SHOWS ARE BETTER THAN NECESSARY
Sfi YtwMf t CORN-FED TURKEY
Then corn her and, digest It by laughing at that
CORN-FED DUTCH COMIC
DIME MATINEE EVERY WEEK DAY
HOLIDAY MATINEE THANKSGIVING
Here's Our Reason
For Selling High
t.V mU Our
big volurno of
sales and tho cut
ting but of "extras"
In charge ac
n 1 8, commis
sions, etc., en
nui us to soil
for $3 that
"oat at leant a
lollftr m o r.e
These Answers Show
That the Public Knows
' -Because of theirthorough 'knowledge , of In
surance In detail and their wide acquaintance
jn atod aboiit Omaha. .H. M. Nestor, 4809 Cap
Kei'V,v ?' . - v.Wf '
Because It Is conducted by energetic men,
who glvo strict attention to th'elr business, and
whose aim Is to give to tho public ."Insurance
that Insures." S. A? Rbbgrts; 1813 M St., South
Because evoryono knowsthat a Love-Haskell
policy means absolute protection and prompt
payment of every Just claim. K. L. Humphrey,
1601 N. 22d St.
Reliable business methods combined with
genial personnel and largo experience; II. C.
Stafford, 3711 Lincoln-Blvd.
Because they are live wires and havo the
goods the peoplo want Jessie Kline, 1022 Pa
Because they are agents for the most reliable
companies and aro most prompt In settling
claims. Ada Connolly, 4224 Grant St.
"I should worry not"- when Love and Has
kell Co, writes niy Insurance. C. P. Ackerman,
3403 Webster St.
I$very Known Kind of Insurance
Why Is the Gnjety Theater
cal'cd 'Omnhn's Fun Center?"
Because the "fun loving" people
of Omaha center there, knowing;
they will be amply provided with
nn abundnnco of good, clean "lun
and Gayety." S. A. Roberts, 1813
M St., Houth Omaha.
Why Is Btorz Beer railed.
Because It haH reached tho
h-Ulitli of perfection In brewing.
Catherine Hoffman. 817 . Stlt
Ave., Council Bluffs. J a. ,
Why In tho Orphcum Theater
the most successful theater lu
It provides tho popular demand
for clean, high clans entertain,
inent all of. the time. Harry U.
Keller. SI 23 N. 18th Ht.
Winners of-Orphcum tickets are
announced In Orpheum advertise
ment on this page, ,
Why nrc "King Colo" oysters
a healthful hurt economical
Because oysters, If they aro
good, contain more food value for
the price paid than does any
other article of diet, nnd tho car
taken In the growing, the collect
ing and tho shipping of the "King
Cole" oysters precludes the pos
sibility of them being anything
but Rood and fresh. L. G, Musk,
1216 Howard St.
AVhy enn tho Shoe Market
sell you high grado shoes for
The shrewd buying of high
quality goods, quick sales and
small profll, with the extra ex
penro cut out. W. A. Hocnslc,
care IJruminond Motor Co., 26th
and Karnani Sts.
Why vnn Bell, tho tailor, sell
you n good suit, made In his
own uliop, and nn extra pair of
trousers for $23.
To acquaint you with nell tailor
ing. When you-once wear a Bell-made-suit,
itell known you are
another sntlsflqd custonicr and
will remain so. William Boekley,
4629 i'lirnam at., Omuhn, Neb,
Why Is, .Ui Lovc-Haskcll
Company tho largest general
Insurance agency In the city?
Good executives, who know the
buslnesn; good agents, who get the
buslneHs, and prompt settlement
of claims, which keeps the busi
ness. Henry r. Meyers, B306 N.
Why Is the Empress Theater
meeting with such great suc
cess? The vaudeville la the best, tho
movies are newest, price of ad
mlsslop low, It is a family theater,
and last but not least. Us new, .
beautiful building and careful
manngemenJ.,L v, Deutsch, 2552
Manderson St., City.
STRIKE THE NAIL
ON THE HEAD
Because of its hlsh class entertainment,
W-autlful theater, extremely low prices
and courteous treatment afforded all
patrons Mrs. B. H. Martin, 818 Bo. &d
Because Its management is alive to
what Omaha needs and appreciates. Mrs.
V. W. Davenport, Apt. No. 19, The
Because ovary one gets the worth of
their money, the management placing
satisfaction to Its patrons as the first
and most essential' requisite, sparinir
neither expense or pains tu make this
ino most popular theater to be found In
JBouk, 2513 No. 2Sth Ave,
Gien away in this
contest come from
Because there Is no other show like It
In pmaha. Mrs. W. W. Davenport, Apt.
No: J9, The Barnard.
If you go once, you'll go again. E. K.
Guoff. POO Trospect. Norfolk. Neb.
Because It Is operating an industry upon
the policy of giving all you can for what
you get and not of getting all you can
for what you give.
Because It presents high class attrac
tions In elegant surroundings. A dollar's
worth for a dime. Margaret Stafford,
3711 Lincoln. Blvd.. Omaha.
The Kmprcts Theater Is meeting with
such great success because the manage
ment alwavs give "A dollar bill for a
dime." Mrs. Anna Vlnquist, 102 So. 25th
An amusement place producing clean,
high class specialties and gtvlng the best
obtainable In motion pictures such as
displayed at the Empress must contlnuo
10 enjoy crowaea nouses, a. u.
SOS Bo. 33d.
The Meat Department
It gives a high class entertainment,
with good service, at a price within the
reach of all. Ida Connolly, 4224 Grant St,
A small admission, a big show. Is bound
to go. Mrs. J. W. Mortensen. 623 No. Z2d
St., South Omaha.
The Empress Theater la the newe-ii,
most modern and absolutely fireproof
theater In Omaha, added to a courteous
nranagement and accommodating corps
of employes. I'p to the second, attrao'
tlcns. In the safest theater In Nebraska,
surrounded by superior furnishings, is
the best definition of the "Empress of
Omaha," J Cleve Scott, Central City,
week or MOV, flgrt.!
FOR THANKSGIVING WEEK
A BIG, SPECIALLY ARRANGED PROGRAM
Matinee Every Day at 2:15;
Every Might at 1:15
Week Starting Sunday Matinee, November 23
Phone Douglas 494;
15th and Harney Sts.
A Few Expressions from Omaha People jn Answers te The Bee's Question
"WHY IS THE ORPHEUM THE MOST SISSESSFKL THEATER IN OMAHA?"
First three answers are winners of the
Orpheum tickets Call at Bee Office for orders
for same. '
The showing of exclusive high
class specialty features every week
nt tho Orpheum, together with In
telligent service stamps this play
house as Omahn'a most successful
theater. S. I). Pottit, 2325 S.
33d SL 1
IU high class attractions aro
made up of the world's best ar
tists. B. M. Jacobborger, Ben
son, Neb. .
Hccauso there is a genuine ef
fort oh the part of the Orphoum
peoplo to please their patrons all
tho time. Mrs. W. W. Daven
port, Apt. No. 10, The Barnard.
Qurillty shows spell success.
C. P. Ackerman, 3403 Webster
' Tho Orpheum Theater Is tho
most successful theater' In Omaha
because it entertains the different
tastes of the most people satisfac
torily. Catherine T,. Barrett,
1316 , Washington, South Omaha.
"That's whoro the crowds go."
Mrs. Anna Vlnquist, 102 S. 25th
It has such an excellont varied
program, 'which appeals and enter
tains even ' the most exacting
critic. Mrs. Helen Kasper,'241C
S. 20th St., Omaha, Nob. s.
Turkeys - Celery
Oysters and Fish
A Few Good Answers to Question 4
Because when you buy "Kins; Cole" oysters you
jtet oysters, not water, and oysters are very nutri
tious and cheaper than meat J, IL Oantz, 1545
S. 29th tit, Omaha. Neb.
"King; Cole" oysters are healthful and economi
cal food, because they are packed clean, shipped
under modern, sanitary conditions, are carefully
culled, fat and nutritious, and, therefore, more
economical than other ordinary oysters at the
same price. 'Mrs. Anna Vlnquist, 102 S. 25th Ave.
Deca'use they have the hearty endorsement of
the chief of the United States Bureau of Chem
istry respecting their purity and wholesomeness,
and they can be purchased at reasonable prices.
W. C Bouk. 2513 N. 28th Ave., Omaha, Nob.
This Is one brand of oysters that can always
be depended upon to be pUre; and anything that
Is pure is not only healthful, but economical.
Miss Adallne Wykoff, 207 N. 2Sd 8t., Omaha, Neb.
For Yniir Thanksffivino fliniw T
- w HIMIVI.IIII WIIIHUI
I xtfis. COLE
Honorable mention is given the fol
lowing answers to question No. 2
Because Its quality is supreme. Dorothy, Staf
ford, 3711 Lincoln Blvd., Omaha.
Because "Purity" triumphs over all. Mrs. C.
Strawn, 1634 Bo. 2Sth Bt Omaha
Because It excels all competitors In taste,
quality and demand. C. B. Bellls, 314 N. 33d.
"Triumph." because Us quality and flavor have
stood the test of time and risen above all com
petition, to victory. Carrie Boutelle, 7, The
With quality, and four gold medals to Its fame,
what better could you g-lye It than "Triumph'1
for a name, Mrs, J. M. Johnson, 253.4 Cass SL,
Particular attention given to family
trade. Phono your order to
CHAS. STORZ f
1827-29 Sherman Ave. Phone W. 1260.
Here Are Some Good Rea
sons why BELL can sell
you a high-grade suit with
extra pair of trousers for
There's no middleman's profits
and always gives perfect satisfac
tion, thereby gaining customers
with each suit sold. Mrs. B. II.
Martin. 518 South Twenty-second
street. City. ,
Because he knows It, advertises
his business In OraaJia Robert I
Lowman. 643 Bouth Twenty-sixth
Small margin on each suit and
large volume of business and sat
isfied customers. J. H. Oantz, IMS
Bouth Twenty-ninth Street, Omaha,
Knowledge of the business; strict
economy without parsimony; ex-
Sert workmen and a willingness to
ike only a fair profit on each
order. Henry F. Meyers, 630S
North Twenty-seventh Avenue,
Because he doesn't expect to
get rich quick. Mrs. J. W. Mor
tensen, 629 North Twenty-second
Street, Bouth Omaha.
219 S. 14th
First Door North
The chwry word that rinys
over the wire will m&k
Thanksgiving day happier for
father or nether, son or
Ask for "Long Distance" end
telephone a ward of good cheer.
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