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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1914)
TIIE BEE: OMAIIA, TtTESDAY, MARCH 10, 1014.
Receipts From Merchants on This Page Are Valuable
I Should a Col-
. Many men arc convinced Hint collar manufacturers con
splro to make collars easily dcstrtictoblc, so that they can
sell more of them.
This Is ridiculous. There Is- too much competition If
not honesty to permit that sort of n thing.
The llfo of a collar depends upon how It is laundered.
Our "non-crack" nnd "smooth finish" process will doublo
the service of your collars.
Our ''family wash" service Is pleasing thousand of house
wives. "You are delighted when you open the package"
tHU "WABHWOSD" OS THE BOMB
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Wheat contains all of tho fifteen clcmonts that go to build up
man's marvelous system; It hns produced a strong race of men.
All other so-called foods combined do not contain tho neoeesaiy
nutritious properties to keep man in food health. "Without tho
IRISH ENTIRE WHEAT lillEAD a large portion of the human
system would not bo nourished, even If ono partook of all tho foods
to be had In this city, together with tho so-called whole wheat
and bran bread. '
Eat plenty of the HUSH ENTIRE ,WIIEAT BREAD a( ovcry
nleal and masticate it thoroughly, In tills way pure blood will bo
made everj 24 hours, together with all the other fluids that are made
by tho system, to take the place of tho waste. By eating the only
food, the IRISH ENTIRE WHEAT BREAD, which nourishes the
entire human system, you will add from 2C to SO years to your life,
In continuous good health.
Man's greatest asset Is perfect health. To keep In continuous
good health, ho should eat plenty of tho "Staff of Life" at each
meal, Courtney's IRISH' ENTIRE WHEAT BREAD. Lobo no time
In securing a loaf. ,
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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
Capital, $300,000 '
Undivided profits,$ 240,000
: . Total deposits, $7,000,000
THE MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
. 13th and Fa mam Streets
LUTHER DRAKE, President
FRANK I. HAMILTON, Vice President
FRED PHAMTLTQN, Cashier
i. B. H. MEILE, Assistant Cashier
C. B. DUGDALE, Assistant Cashier
NOTE:, Votes will not be" allowed for d'ther than bona fide new savlnr
accounts. Full number of votes will bo allowed up to sixty days before
closo-of contest wheb a limit of 10,000 will bo placed on each new account.
NOTICE TO CONTESTANTS
XTtzt Tun flay will publish the
taudlnr of all coattitants who hare
turned In their nomination coupons
or cash oheoka for Toitt in this con
test. Qt your reoelptt In by Satur
day orenlne, so that your standing
will appear In the list, thus letting
your friends know that you arc com
peting for a trip to the Panama ex
'BUILDINGS ARE60IN6 AHAED
Construction Work at Panama Ex
position Up to Schedule.
MANY WILL BE FINISHED SOON
Xfams. rta. of Totes.
ray M. Watts &,094,60!
Ruth A. rinner B.062.423
Charles Rail 1,009,388 I
urs. Jimma . Ferry 758,391
Sylvia Kahna aia.Kau
WUks Ward 133.038
Robert IiewU x,oma& 96,487
Mary 3. Aberly 33.17J
O. A. XtTBtrom la obt
Bam Stetnbertr 7,911
Urs. M. W. narblnna (1.867
Mrs. n. b. Smith a.eaa
Clyde J. Jiuther 1,835
oe Sohalek 1,950
Herbert O. Wells l.ooo
Jfc . Kettlen j.ooo
Chris Slmonson, Utlca, Web 1,000
JtiUan Harris i ooo
i son l.ooo
Marl JL. Hirers
Jennie r. Washburn.
Carles o. Thoma
Myrtle Q. Huriim
ri. v Bwensen....
Mrs. Robert X. Jones. .
mV?" J0Pon " i!000
5: B. Srarts.
Taui Borton " .
aenry K. Rtnr.
5ua towdsa , 1,000
"mow x. sock
Jruoxsr . .
Mrs, R, Btvsridr l.ooo
5Sf,'. Pln-?. 1 1 000
William Wlnanest looo
Oretohen Zdrar 1,000
""" wiveiy. ...
Wayns Riley l!ooo
H. W. Baokar t naa
Mrs. Jennla Martin
John Cepleoha, BarweU, ZTab
ptnrhlnprj- I'nlncc nrlr, Cnmiilcteil
nml Otlicra to llr Itvmly 11 r
tiTrn Xow nnil the Flrt
"Tho proartss of tho phyelpal sldo of
the exposition work during the last year
enables mo to t?pcnt with assurance tho
promlso urlElnally mndo two years ago,
when 1 said thnt tho Pnnama-raclflo In
ternational exposition would bo ready
when Its gates opened February 20, 1815,"
said Charles C. Moore, president of tho
Panama-Pacific International exposition.
"All construction work Is fully up to
schedule, nnd this schedule calls for tho
completion of tho exhibit palaces by
July l, 19H. Ono of them, the great ma
chinery palace, Is prnctlcnlly completed
now, soverat moro wilt bo finished In
April or May, and will bo ready for tho
Installation of exhibits by July 1,
"Very actlo work has begun In tho
concessions district on tho many beauti
ful and claborato structures to bo erected
by concessionaires to houso their attrac
tions. All these men aro under rigid
contract and bond to have their projects
In complete working order on tho open
"Plans for tho numerous state build
ings and for tho pavllllons of foreign
nations aro now bolng submitted and
rapidly approved, and, whtlo tho exposi
tion Itself hns no direct control over tho
erection of theso buildings, every In
fluence that it may exert to expodlto their
completion will b made, and I appre
hend no serious delays In this part of the
"There will bo approximately x
hlblts from all parts of tho worm
stalled In tho main exhibit palaces. Tho
work of selecting representative exhibits
and tho allottmcnt of spaco will shortly
bo taken up and tho Installation of ex-
How to Win a Free
Trip to the Pana
Italra of Contest.
1 The Beo offers and will award three
round-trip tickets and expenses to the
Panama Exposition, tho total cost of each
trip to bo $200, as prizes to tho three con
testants having the greatest number of
points at the closo of the contest.
2 This contest open to everybody ex
cept employes of advertisers on this page
and of Tho Dee.
3 The contest page will bei published
ono day each week and will run for a
period of one year. .
4 Polnts will be figured on the basis of
one point for each 1 cent shown on cash
checks or receipts for purchases mado
from advertisers on this page.
6 Cash checks must be deposited at or
mailed to "Panama Contest Editor" The
Beo not later than thirty days from data
of payment of samo and receipts will ba
issued for them.
Contest to close November 7. 1914. Atl
cash tickets and 'receipts must bo tnrn.ri
Into The Bee office not later than 9 p, m.
on closing day of contest, or If mailed,'
must be postmarked not later than that
titbits will begin about July 1, thus giv
ing exhibitors nearly eight months to gut
ready. Extraordinary care has been taken
to glva exhibitors facilities for the rapid
handling of their goods, and there Is no
reason why all the exhibits' should not
be completely arranged weeks before tho
gates are opened.
"Thso exhibits will maka a representa
tion of human achievement In the arts,
sciences and Industries which 1 believe
has never been surpassed, or even If
"Wo have had over 7,000 applications
for concessions, and those that have been
given space aro on tho highest plane ns
regards novelty, Interest and atracllon.
OUf amusement district wilt be pleasantly
remembered for years after tho exposi
'Two hundred and six national and In
ternational congresses havo already voted
to meet In San Francisco during IMS,
nnd It Is probable that tho number of or
ganised bodies which will assemble In
1915 In San Francisco will be fully 50).
"Tho plans for a great naval pageant
nro progressing well, and from assur
ances already received I am Justified In
believing thnt there will bo few, If any,
nations postesstng navies that will bo
unrepresented In tho great fleet which
will nssemblo at Hampton Roads, sa'l
through tho Panama canal and through
tho Golden Clato to tako part In our open
"Detachments from tho nrmlos of many
nations will gather In the exposition
grounds during 1915 nnd In friendly ri
valry will lllustrato their proficiency In
frnts of warfare.
"The vast preliminary vork of creating
ii great unlversay exposition Is complete.
Tho great responsibility confided by tho
government tof tho United Htates to tho
people of California Is being successful!)
"And as tho exposition palaces arise
nnd the physical shell for this greatest
of educative, celebrations assumes that
beauty In which tho genius of master
artists nnd architects conceive It, the
People of America may rest assurred that
their prldo and patriotism will find ex
pression In n celebration that In Its high
educational value, In Its ethical Influence
and In Its splendor will worthily celebrate
the supremo triumph of mankind In the
FREE NOMINATION COUPON
GOOD FOR 1000 VOTES
Send or bring this coupon to tho "Panama Contest
Editor" of tho Bco and you will reccivo 1000 votoa in
tho Panama Contest. Only ono coupon will bo credited
to a person.
WE CAN SELL RIGHT
Diamonds Watches Jewelry
Silverware Crystal Cut Glass
BECAUSE WE BUY RIGHT
- OVER 100 BRANCH STORES and More Added Every Week
Our Watch Repair Pept. Largest
in State; Experts Only Employed
AT THE SIGN OF
May Increase Aero
Race Prize to One
A movement to Incrcaso the grand- prlzo
money of the Panama-Pacific Interna
tional globe-girdling aviation race to tho
tremendous flguro of $1,000,000 was In
augurated by a telegram received by
President C. C. Mooro of the exposition
from tho aero clubs of America and
transmitted by him to Arnold ICruckman,
manager of tho bureau of aeronautics
of the exposition, for his action.
Stimulated by the announcement of the
Panama-Pacific world raco, a series of
long-distance races between tho seven
great capitals of Europo and Monte
Carlo aro being planned. Theso races
wilt demonstrate tho feasibility of tho
great raco of 1916,
Statue for Person
The Illumination engineers, of the
Panama-Pacific International exposition
havo recently been experimenting, wlth
red, purple and Iron rays, seeking to
give, to statuary by night tho flush of
human flenh by day. , While
throwing a combination of tho rays upon
. n.5.liid nlnster model of the Venus
de Mllo an effect so like the glbw of a
human countenance was secured that a
. . ..tAna win, frlAartlV nAf)lfl
I10CK Ol III(1IWU1 .
were attracted to the neck and shoulders
of the model, breaking their bins in meir.
attempts to drill througn tno piaster.
WILL DEVELOP PLAN OF
A plan whereby tho United States, Qrcat
Britain and Franco will patrol tne At
lantlo ocean wjth scout cruisers carrying
supplies of gas, oil and equipment. Is
being developed In connection with tho
Panama -Pacific "international aviation
rnnlpnt. Theso cruisers will convoy the
racers across the Atlantic and Pacific
npans. the United States patrollng and
marking the course from -Belle Island to
Capo Talrweather,' France from Cape
Falrweather to Iteykjavlk, Iceland, and
Great Britain from Iceland to tho He
brides. Each aeroplane will carry one
passenger and will be permitted to land
on the cruiser, or, In the case of hydro
aeroplanes, upon the water near the ves
sels to take on supplies when necessary.
Panama ISzpoaltlon JVotea.
Tha Central Association of Dutch
Flower Growers of Holland has decided
to take part in a collective exniblt at
the Panama-Pacific International expo
sition in San Francisco nest year. In
the exhibit will be a great display of
almost priceless tulips.
The Argentine republic has aptroprlated
$1.20,000 for its participation in the
Panama-Pacific exposition. It promises
a display of Its agriculture, live stock
and Industrial and social procreas tin
surpassed by the nations of tbe world,
not even br the United States.
henj. Franklin Said-"
"Drive thy business or it will drive thee
Poor Richard's AIiubdac.
The keen competition in busi
ness today demands that you use every
effort to hold your old customers and
to get new ones. Your place of busi
ness must be clean, bright and attrac
tive and your stock must be well dis
played. Tungsten Store Lighting
Draws New Customers
Under the pure white rays of the
Tungsten Lamp your stock will appear
to best advantage. The brilliantly
lighted store attracts trade. Electric
illumination does not contaminate the
air nor dirty the walls and stock. You
should investigate today.
Omaha Electric Light &
to tho old "broom and dust pan method" of cleaning tho
house. Stop stirring up tho du3t and filling the house
with gorm-loden air.
Tho Kclipso Electric CIcnncr draws out nil oC tlio dirt and dust
without trouble nnd hnrd work, ltcqtiit-cs nit oiling.
FOR BALK 1JY
"THE ELECTRIC SHOP"
Wolfe Electric Co
1810 FARNAM STREET. TYLER 1414
Wo hnvo n low slightly used machines nt cut prices. They will
sell quickly, so don't lose ruiy time. Call or writo u today.
SOME REAL CUT PRICES
In Toilet Goods and Perfumes
Your cholco Jap Rooo, Paltuollvo
or Vogotaulo Oil Soap, at . . Gd
25o IMcksockor's Skin Soap 14d
2Bc pkg. Roger & Gallot I'or
fumod Rico Powder, In flesh or
25o Trailing Arbutus Talcum
GOc Mnlviua Cream for ... . 29
50c Lajouno Pink Roller Masaago
Cream for , 20d
$2.00 Haublgant'B Ideal Extract,
per oz. SI. 30
25c Massatta Talcum for.. 12
50c Madam Iso'bolls Powder 20
$1.00 Madam Ise'bcllfl Turkish
Bath Oil 59d
75o Madam Iso'bclla Wrinkle
Pasto and Skin Food for... 30c
50c MeloroEo Cream for. . . .29i
25c Haublgaut's Rice Powder
1 lb, Mulo Team Borax, this weol,
50c Madam Luclllo's Comploxion
Powdor, por box 14
$1.60 Oauraud'a Oriental Cream
25a Cromo do Mlridoa for 14
Harmony Perfumes, Toilet Wa
ters, Cold Creams and Powders on
SHERMAN & McCONNELL DR1G CO.
4 REXALL DRUG STORES
All in Prominent Locations
FOR A GOOD
During th last wck of our great ALTER
ATION SALE you can buy a first-olaat uaad
or stor-worn piano at
$75 to $175
This grand sale includes the following makes:
HaUett & Davis, Sterling, Bradbury, New by & Evans, Kimball,
Kleiner, James-IIalBtrom, Stegcr, llospe and Richmond.
SPECIAL TERMS FOR THIS SALE.
A. HOSPE CO.
1513 Douglas Sir
It '" -it
"Al" Dresher Saw
a Robin Yesterday
Yes, "Al" saw tho pleasant little harbinger of spring, as
he was coming to work yesterday.
Says "Al" to himself: "Spring's coming! We are going
to be rushed to death soon, But WHY do folks wait until
the very last moment to bring their clothos In to bo cleaned? Of
course we've got a $57,000 plant and moro workers than any
other plant this stde of Chicago, but even so, it's a load on us
when EVERYBODY wants his work at ONE time!"
Now, then,- dear public help poor "Al" and his workers,
and help yourself at tho same time.
Dresher Brothers have dressmakers, tailors, dyers, bush
elmen, alteration hands, feather curlers, hat blockers, rug
cleaners, etc., by the scores; they are busy now, but they'll be
in a positive "stew" to get out tho work that will come in a
few days. Why don't you do as "Al" says: "Please send la
your work NOW?" Phpne number. Is Tyler 345.
Dry Cleaners and Dyers
2211-2213 FARNAM STREET, OMAHA.
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