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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 23, 1913)
Going After Special Prizes to Be Awarded Xmas Evl
THE BEE: OMAHA, TlTNinV, lWrKMIWlt
Last Call Before Christmas.
fifjl ir e r
ve ouggesc ror
Electric Utility Motor 53.00 to 918.00
Klectric Toy Motors 91.00 to f 10.00
Electric Transformers to Reduce Current
for Toys (three to twenty volts) 53.00 to 88.00
Electric Shaving- Mirrors $3.50 to (3.00
Electric Warming Pads 93,00 to $7.60
.Electric Tie Pins Boo to 91.33
'Electric rocket "Flashlights $1.00 to $2.50
Christmas Tree Light Outfits $3.96 to $9.00
Christmas Treo Outfits for Battery $3.80
Christmas Convenient Carton Mazda Lamps, $1.75 to $2.25
Electric Table Lamps ...... .$3.00 to $30.00
Electric Irons, each $2.50 to $5.00
Electric Toasters, each .- $3.00 to $8.80
Electric Percolators, each -.. $8.00 to $16,00
Electric Klreless Cookers $40.00
Electric Vacuum Cleaners $30.00 to $130.00
Electric Massago Machines $10.00 to $30.00
THE ELECTRIC SHOP
1810 rABHAU STBEET. TTXBE 1414.
"Wire for Vn and We Will Wire for Ton."
NOTICE TO CONTESTANTS
Hext Tuesday w will publtih the
tandlar of all contestants who hava
tamed In their nomination coupons
or culi oneoks for T3.e In thla con
teet. Qt 70UT receipts In by Satur
day Teniae', to that your standing
-ill appear in the list, thus Ittttng
)ur friends know that yon are com
ieting for a trip to the Panama ax-poaltlon.
This must be done
at THIS MOMENT-
if it's to be done AT ALL!
You may have your clothes COMPLETELY cleaned
and pressed In time for wear on CHRISTMAS DAY, It
you'll step to the 'phone THIS VERY MOMENT and call
Tyler 345. Dreshers' man will then call for your gar
ments and. bring them back to you In PERFECT shape by
Wednesday T. M.
Clothes Cleaned & Pressed
in Time for Xmas Wear
The next two days are going to be strenuous ones
here, but you've Dreshers' word for It that the work will
not bo alighted; rush or no rush. Remember, It's neces
sary to 'Phone Tyler 345 NOW If you want your garments
back In tim6 for CHRISTMAS WEAR'.
f Cleaners, Dyers, and Tailors
$57,000 Plant at 2211-2213 Farnam Street.
Kama, Ro. of
Xuth A. Finney
Tar X. Watts
Bobart Iiawla Loman,.,
Mary 3. Aberley
I Mm, Zmma Terry
sen., x. s. smita
Clyde 3. Lather
O. A Wyetrom
Mrs. J, ft. Smith
Herbert O. Walla
w. J, Kettlen
Chris glmonaon, Vtlca, Web..
Harry 3. lararion.
Junor . xenneay
Harbart O. Xinndon
Katie X. Silvers .....
Jennie X. Washburn
Carles O. Thomas
Myrtle O. Karrison
Mrs. James Mortlmore
Mri). Robert T. Jonas
James r.. xnlakofsky
x. . Thompson.
Mrs. aeorre E. Srarts
Henry X. Bins'
Mrs. Lilian Lowden
Samuel X. Book
Mrs. Emma Ferry...
Mrs. X. Bevertdge
Mrs. Flnna Circle
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC CIGARS
BY THE BOX AT LOWEST PRICES
We handle nearly 300 brands of Cigars and our Humidors hold
about a halt million cigars. Our policy is to make bo low a price that
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How to Win a Free
Trip to the Pana
Ilulre of Content.
1 The Bee offers and will award three
round-trip tickets and expenses to the
Panama Exposition, the total coat of eaoh
trip to bo 1200, as prltes to tho threo con
testants having; tho greotest number of
points at the close of tho contest.
2 This contest open to everybody ex
cept employes of advertisers on this pns
and of The Bee.
8 The contest page will be published
one day each week and will run for a
period of one year.
t Points will be figured on the basis of
one point, for each 1 cent shown on ensh
checks or receipts for purchases made
from advertisers on this page.
6 Cash checks must be deposited at or
mailed to "Panama Contest Editor" Tho
Bee not later than thirty days from date
of payment of same and receipts will bo
Issued for them.
Contest to close November 7, 1914. All
cash tickets and receipts must be turned
Into The Uee office not later than 9 p. in.
on closing day of contest, or If mailed,
must be post marked not later than that
elude many of the luttwt types of motor
boats and their engines nnd equipment.
Whllo some of three will bo displayed In
the Palace of Transportation, others will
be somi afloat 'In the vac-lit liarlKr or In
tho Hay of San KrHiu-lwo Itself.
Itatcs for meals served on the grounds
of the Pnnnmii-I'uclfle International ex
position In Ban r'rnnclAm will bo reason-
hih r.acn cumi'rrMuiiuirf win imi unnnr
contract with tho exposition to provide
everything on hills of fare at axreed
pi Ices. The matuurantn and enfes on the
grounds will cuter to all tastes, and will
rnngo from those with simple. Inexprn'
slve menus to tlioso with dishes on a
par with tho best In tho" world's largest
eltlrs, but at fair pi loo. Sevoml restau
rants will provide dinners at W cents.
Others will servo meals a la carte and
their patrons will pay as much or as little
as they like.
FREE NOMINATION COUPON
GOOD FOR 1000 VOTES
Semi or bring this coupon to the "Pnnnnia Contest
Editor" of tho Bco and you Anil receive 1000 votes in
the Punamii Contest. Only one coupon will be credited
to a person.
Wednesday, December 24th
the following three prizes offered by
Brodygaard Jewelry Company will be
presented to the three prize contest
ants who have the highest number of
votes in the BEE PANAMA CONTEST.
First Prize Lady's or gentleman's diamond ring.
Second Prize Pair of lady's or gentleman's solid
gold caff buttons.
Third Prize Lady's solid gold bar pin or gentle
man's solid gold scarf pin.
Every Dollar Deposited to Open a New
Account in the SAVINGS DEPARTMENT of
THE MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
Counts 100 Votes in The Bee's Panama Contest
Undivided profits, $240,000
Total deposits, $7,000,000
THE MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
13th and Farnam Streets
LUTHER DRAKE, President
FRANK T. HAMILTON", Vice President
FRED P. HAMILTON, Cashier
B. II. MEILE, Assistant Cashier
C. B. DUGDALE, Assistant Cashier
NOTK: Votes will not be allowed for other than bona fide new savlnKs
accounts. Votes on cnoh account limited to 10,000,
Urge SllllJlUUIilO UL JBa.lO UU IJUIWWJ Ofau, uwa w
stale or dry goods. We specially invito orders for quantities of from
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of 25 at this time. We mention below a few of our many brands:
Box of 25 Cubaniods Droadlcaf $1.30
Box of 25 Royal Sovereign, Broadleaf.
Box of GO La Provldencla Coquettes
Clear Havana 93.00
Box of 50 Webster Clear Havann
(larKe size) $5.50
Box of 25 Lady Curzon Invlnclbles,
Box of 50 Tom Moore Corona. . .93.00
Box of 50 Klor de Murat Operas.
Clear Havana 93,50
Box of 50 Klor de Murat Frontenars.
Clear Havana 93.75
Box of 25 Itelos for 93.75
Box of 50 Cuba Romas Bumiuet 93.50
Box of 50 Robert Burns Conchas
Klnas Kxt 93.00
Box of 25 Cytmla Invlnclbles for 91.35
Box of 50 Chancellor Mnmiollan 93.00
Box of 25 Black and White, all slze.
Five Black and White Clears, in car
ton, for 35a
Box of BO Porto Rlcan Colon Cer-
vantes for 93.00
Box of 50 Flash Lights for 93.00
A Specially Attractive Aiaortment of
Box of 50 referenda Conchas Finos
Box of 25 Preferencla Perfectos 93.15
Box of 60 Lawrence Barrett's Perfcc
toes for 94.00
Box of 50 Campanella Delmonlcos
Itox of 50 Ul Solano Conchas, Clear
Pox of 50 Mercedes Panatellas. 93.50
Box of ?5 Garcia Cabinets, Clear
Box of 26 Garcia Knickerbockers 93.50
Box of 50 Manila Modla Rearalla
Box of 50 Manila Panatellas. .. .91.60
Box of 1? Manila La Florentlna. tin
foil wrapped 91.00
Box of 25 Pawtucket Invlnclbles 91.35
(The above Is an unusually fine
Box of 25 Yankee Consul (Junior)
Box of 25 Blendwell Havana (In can)
Box of 25 La Mnrca, 10c clfrars. Sat
urday and Sunday and all Christmas
week at a special price of 91.35
Pipes and Tobacco at Soireit Frloei.
SHERMAN & McCONNELL DRUG CO.
Corner Sixteenth and Dodre Streeta.
OWL DRUG CO.. Corner Sixteenth and Harney Streeta.
HARVARD PHARMACY, Corner 34th and Paraam Street!
I.OTAI. rHAKHACY, 307-309 North Sixteenth Street
I Genuine Diamond, mounted In 14-k.. hand made
Tiffany or fancy mounting. Regular price on
this lot was $12 to $15. We sell them, every
stone guaranteed, as long aa they Iti
last, at PVe f J
Ladles' 14-k, Solid Gold, fancy mounting, weight of atone, M -.carat.
An exceptional buying opportunity, at S10.75
14-k., Solid Gold Ladies' Tiffany, platinum lined mounting, weight
of atone is plus 1-64, and It is perfectly qut and of exquisite blue
and white color. It is indeed "the ring that satisfies," and we are
in a position to sell it at S17.75
r:rnMpnmn'a 1.1. lr KnIM Gold Tooth Mounting
vi'l.7ly wltn a perfectly cut atone from the Kimberly
iuiiico, nciguiUB 7S fiua xxv, (hub
Price is S25.25
Gentleman's 14-k., Claw Mounting, like illus
tration, weight of stone plus 1-64 carat,
beautifully made and splendid color, at 8125
AT THE SIGN OF
VP THE GOLDEN STAIRS
Machinery Hall at
a Gigantic Palace
The Palace of Machinery at the
Panama-Pacific International exposition
Ik the ' largest wooden building in the
world today, and, as far as can bo dis
covered, ths largest that ever existed in
An idea of its Immensity may be gath
ered from a view down one of Its main
aisles, In which are now stored somo of
the gigantic pieces of statuary that will
decornte the exhibit palaces when they
are sufficiently for advanced to recelvo
them. This statuary ts made from
i models by leading sculptors. In the ac
companying Illustration Is shown tho
head of the elephant that will represent
India in the. group, "Nations of tho
East." Its size may be realized by com
iarlson with tho man standing along
side of It. The elephant will carry a
howdah on Its back, the whole figure
being forty-two feet high. To the right
of the elephant's head are other details
of sculpture, such as the "Mongolian
Horseman" and the upper half of tho
African servitor, both of which figures
will he In 'the "Nations of the East."
The elephant Is by Frederick G. R. Roth,
tho horseman by Leo Lentelll and the
African by A. Stirling Calder, these threo
being the sculptora of the entire group,
rrhe nude figure In the rear la a detail
of the group. "Spring" by Furlo. Plc
drllll. One of the elephant' legs 18
shown at the left, behind the freight car.
The exposition railway system nas
branches into all the exhibit palaces, to
expedite both work and the Installation
Tho Palace of Machinery covers about
eight acres of land and about f,0VKW
feet, board measure, of lumber was uued
In its construction. . .
Special Prizes for
Contestants should keep in mind the
fct that there are three special prices
offered for the highest number of votes
at 6 p. m. on Christmas eve, December
24, 1919. These prized are offered by the
Brodegaard Jewelry company and are
First Pr'te Lady's or gentleman's dia
Second Prize-Pair of lady's or gentle
man's solid gold cuff buttons.
Third Prize Lady's solid gold bar pin
or gentleman's solid gold scarf pin.
Th Irish section of the Panama-Paclflo
International exnoaltlon has been allotted
16,a0 rquare feet and It la intended to
have a representative exniomon oi irmu
linens, woolens, laces, silks, poplins,
tapestries and textiles generally. Tho
tMtlnn will have tho title "Hiamroct:
Isle," and the wonueriui proaucis oi mo
Irish handicrafts will be elaborately dis
played. A serious and earnest attempt
to ahow what Ireland producea and makes
for sale will be made. Specimens of the
o!d bog-oak furniture will be shown.
One of the moat attractive features of
the display in the department of trans
portation at the Panama-Paolfip Inter
national exposition In Ban FrancUco in
1915 will be the motorboat exhibits. Thla
wljl be In the marine section and will In-
The Romance of Two
and a Chafing Dish
HE gave her an Electric Chafing
Dish for Christmas. You can fin
ish for yourself the story of the many
happy times that chafing dish was
used, Can you think of any gift more
appropriate, more acceptable, more al
together delightful, than a chafing
dish, electric of course, for sister,
mother or sweetheart?
Tree Lighting Outfits
Sewing Machine Motors
Omaha Electric Light
? Power Co.
Wish you Jll
a Merry Xmas
And you will be merry nil year 'round if you do nway
with the little every day trials of life which the wise
Your laundry problems, for instance, can be made
a pleasant one.
Our Family Wash Service
at Go per pound, nil flat pieoos ironed, is tho plensant
nnd economicnl wny. Try it.
"You are delighted when you open the package"
PHONE DOUG. 919.
If you wish to buy a
or a Player-Piano
a Picture, i Mirror, a Violin,
a Hand-Tooied Leather Bag, or
Pocket Book, or Anything in
Art or Music the slogan is the same:
"Lefs Go to Hospe's"
Don't Forget-Xmai Is Just Around the Corner
(jj55S? QpiN&wk Qjwi&wjj. Qwjfj. (5$tea
Stores by jt
NoIlilnr nieann quite o much on Christmas day as the Christmas
tlliiuer. Without the hest dinner to be had, tho "Spirit of Chrlat
inus" In lacking. On thin Important occasion tho woman of dis
crimination relies upon Courtney's to supply her table with tho
HeoHon's delicacies. This storo. known for years as Omaha's best
grocery, supplies every want for the Christmas dinner. There's
genuine satisfaction in knowing that everything you order Is tho
VKItY I11CST. The store that furnishes the best tables with
'HUTTKK TIIINaS TO EAT.
Drandlafl Trulta Caroline 8ey
mour's famous pai-k Pineap
ples, Cherries, Teaches and,
Via. 1.25 glass Jars for SSo
Fre&ob Paaa Direct Importa
tion, new pack, uncolorel, at
per dozen J -.90, can 35o
Box-Zia-Oao Jelly Finest Im
ported lied Currant, glass Jars,
at 35o ana ISO
Mixta Nuts High grade, all
choice varieties 3 lbs for 6 Bo.
per pound 30o
Plum Pudding Franco-Amer-icun,
new pack, 3 lb ran 76c,
2 lb. can, 35c, lb. can . ...30o
Christmas Liquor Combination
S4.30 Worth for 83.00
One quart bottle Guck
rubclmer, 7 years old. ,,91,00
One lurge bottle Creme
ilo menthe 91.00
One botle Sherry, choice
and mellow .35
One bottle Muaratel, u
choice rich wine 35
One bottle ha Grando
Jlmnue Cognac Urandy.
excellent medicinal merit, 91.50
Total , 94.30
All tor 93.00
This assortment delivered to
any address, packed in a suit
able basket. 75a extra.
"Vary Old Burgundy, fine body
and bouquet, i2.2L quality, gal
Inn Jug for 91.50
Choice rraah rrulta and Vege
tables We hnvo every variety
o fruit known, rare foreign,
rholco domestic and fancy hot
New Arrivals Grapes, English
hothouse, crisp Maiagu. Tokay,
etc. Casaba Melons. Imported
Artichokes, Persimmons. En
dive, Pomegranates. Fancy Ap-
riles, complete assortment of
mportcd and domestic nuts,
freshly opened and salted nut
meats, etc. .
ranoy Baitata of Prult artls
tlcully packed, a wonderful as
sortment to select from, 91.60
to 930.00 a baakat.
Christmas Candies and Confec
tions Courtney'a "Italian"
style and "Incomparable" cho
colates are a revelation In cho.
colato candy, large box ..91.00
One pound box for 60o
Hee our exquisite assortment
of fancy boxes and novelty
unrknges for candy.
Christinas Mixture Xlgbaat
Qrada Candy, 3 lbs. 35o, Id, ISO
Vail and 'phone orders prompt ly and accurately flllad. D. 647.
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