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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 31, 1914)
THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY. MAHClt J4. UU4.
Receipts From Merchants on This Page Are Valuable
THE LOW COST
You can lower your laundry cost
by our service, which is efficient
Our square deal methods and our
neat work are pleasing thousands
of Omaha homes.
Ask your neighbor.
iYou are delighted when you open the package"
Kama . Wo. of Votaa.
TAJ M. Wotta 8,300,004
?.ri,.BwWJ P,rTr 1,188 990
Cohort Hwll IOW1MB 118,483
Mrr J, Aborly ,
Bam Btalnbarr. ....... I ' "
Krt. m. vr. narblnna
Mra. B. B. SnUth
Clyfla j &uir ,
rred Horn j .
Gra,ca E. Dakar, BaMrioo Nab..
Harbart O. Walla
W. J. Kattlaa
Chrla Slmonjon. mica, Nab....
Harry J. Savaraon
Mluor O. Xannedr l.ooo
i Mra. Jamaa Mortlinora 1,000
Htarbart O. London
wax I a J. aiTtra....
Jaanle E. Waahburn
Catlea q. Thomaa...
Myrtla O. Harrfaou
DIRECTOR-IN-CHIEF OF PANMA
I tor . T ....
oort T, jonta
Jamaa X,. Knlakofaky
KSMMH AUNDE .
Tna "waottwobLd" or Tina hpmtj
1507-09-11 Jackson Street.
Phone Douglas 019.
X. a. Thompaon 1,000
ra. uaorra E. Evarta l.ow
Xioulta rannlnrbarr 1,000
?aul Horton. . . . . . . 1,000
Henry a. uinjr 1,000
Mra. lailan Kowdan 1,000
Samuel I. Bock 1,000
John riloker 1,000
Jule Waohateln .. 1,000
Harry Srnar 1,000
Mra. R. Bavaridra 1,000
Mra. r In nil Circle 1.000
William Winquaat 1.000
Qratoban Edgar 1,000
Jamaa O. Wlaaly 1,000
Bora x,oa l.ooo
Wayne alley 1,000
K. W. Beokar 1,000
Mra. Jonnla Martin .- 1,000
Lillian B. Erlokaon, Kearney, Nab. 1,000
John Cepleoba, Burwall, iTeb 1,000
"Rubber Goods" Drug Stores
The above'captlon, we believe, pretty nearly deaorlbea our Tonr Raxall
Drug1 storaa. We have over 1,000 Heme In the Bubber Qoodo line all pur-
ofc&sea direct from factoriea. We thus are In poaltlon to guarantee the ITEVt -NEBS
of any article purcbaaed of ua, which la a very Important thins; to con
alder when buying Bnbber Oooda.
Partial Xlat of Bnbber Gooda.
Always Carried in Stock.
Abdominal Colls $3.00
Air Pillows $1.75 and $3.00
Atomizers. 36c. 50c, 76c. $1.00
Bass for Hot Water.... 50o to $1.35
Bandages, gum and woven, 50o to tfl
Bed Fans, oval with outlet
Bougies, English, each 35c
Breast Shields, each 10c and 15o
Breast Pumps, English, each. . . . ,35o
Bulbs, for Syringes and
Cupping Cups, each , 50o
Chair Cushions, Invalid.. $3 to 83.00
Catheters, common English,
each , 35o
Crutch Rubbers, per pair 35c
Diapers, any size, each.. a 35o
Double Bulb Atomizer $1.50
Ear and Ulcer Syringes 3So
Eamark Bandages $1.00
Finger Cots, thick and thin, ca. ..Co
Gloves, per pair 39o to 31.35
Hard Rubber Pipes lOo to 35c
Wead Rags 75c to S1.50
Head Coils $1.50
Hospital Cushions, invalid.
$1.76, $2.00 and $3.25
Ice Bags, 35c, 60c and 96o
Inhalers, each , 25o to $1.00
Medicine Droppers, each fio
Nipples, best kind, each, 6c; doz...45o
Nursery Sheeting, per yd $1.00
Nursery Bottle Fittings. eauh....lOo
Obstetrical Bed Pan... $3.50 to $5.00
Plant Sprays COo to $1.00
Pessaries.... 50o to $3.00
Pillows $1.60 to $2.0r
Polltzcr Bags $1.25 and $1.50
Rectal Tubes, each 75c to 31.00
Sheeting for Accouchement,
Splno Water Bottles, IS Inches. .81.00
Stomach Tubes, each $1.50
Stopples, per dozen lOo to 40 o
Supporters 25o to $8,00
Syringes, bulbs, 3 pipes, 60c up.
Syringes, fountain 50o to $3,03
Syringes, "Combination," $1 and up.
Syringes, Ear and ulcer, each....35o
Syringes, Infants, all soft rub- ,
ber, at 25o
Teething Pada IGo
Trusses .$1 to $3.00
Tubing, best 6ft. for Fountain
Umbilical Belts, for Infants,
l.'rlnals ,.91.25 and $1.50
SHERMAN & McCONNELL DRUG CO.
4 rexaLl drug stores
THE BETTER CLASS 1
and their posterity
Satisfy their musical desires
Stradivarius of Pianos
Modern Drug Stores
Make Less Profits
Than Old Apothecary
Time was, and not so very many years
ago In this city, when"drug store prices"
was another name for "high and fancy
figures." Ono hundred per cent profit
was not only proverbial, but an actual
and everyday lact, not alone on drugs
and chemicals, but on such articles
other than drugs, which were sold by "yo
Finally some ono awakened and real'
Ized that the drug store, with its pre.
forred location, was In position to be
something more than the exponent of
mystic mummery, but could be, with
perfect propriety, & pleasant and profit
able place for people, to shop.
Hundreys of articles Intended for toilet
and prophylactic purposes wcro already
handled by the druggist. The new era In
drug store methods embraced the mod
emiztng of the drug store in appearance
and in commercial practice as well.
The Sherman & McConnell Drug com.
pany was among the first concerns In
Omaha to take advantage ot this situa
The result has been that the corpora.
tlon's up-to-date drug stores are today
among tho most desirable places to buy
such articles ns hair and tooth brushes.
combs, perfumes,, toilet soaps, powdors
and thousands of other things.'
Plenty of pleasant and intelligent clerks
arc found in their well regulated stores.
so that, In most Instances, the service, is
above criticism from the standpoint of
promptness and efficiency.
Side lines, which may be deemod
fltghtly out of pace, are occasionally
found In some drug stores, but tho plan
generally followed Is to handle such
things as are used In the sick room or
for toilet or sanltalon purposes.
Of course, the soda fountain, which
seems an Indispensable adjunct to most
drug stores, could not be classed under
ary of these headings and Is a novel
feature of American drug Btores, which
causes the European pharmacist to look
askance and aghast. The Sherman-McCon
nell stores have special soda rooms that
are models for this purpose.
sloners sent to South America by the ox
position, hus returned to Ban Francisco
iter an abxenco of six months. The
countries vlalted by the commission in
clude Venezunlu. Brazil. Urucuav. Ar
gentina. Chile, Bolivia, Peru and Panamn,
eacn ot wnicn is preparing ror govern
ment representation o: the exposition.
An exhibit by which it is linnut tn
stimulate Immigration Into Canada. In
plnnnvd for the Canadian pavilion, nt the
j'aiiainii-i'aciric intenmtlcual exposition,
now being constructed under direction
of Colonel Wllllum Hutchinson, romm.K-
loncr general trom thp Domln on of
Canada. This plan, says Colonel Hutchin
son is merely to offset tho flow nf
Canadians to the United States nnd is
not in a spirit of rivalry.
30 years ago a. business man said to his wife,
"Mary, I will put an end to thiB whole piano mat
ter for all time" and so saying, ordered a Mason
& Hamlin from Hospe's and his family has lived
musically-happy "over after."
Every Dollar Deposited to Open a New
Account in the SAVINGS DEPARTMENT of
THE DN? NATIONAL BANK
Counts 100 Votes in The Bee's Panama Contest
, Surplus, $500,000
Total deposits, $7,000,000
THE MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
13th and Farnam Streets
LUTHER DRAKE, President
FRANK 1. HAMILTON, Vice Preiadeut
FRED P. HAMILTON, Cashier
3. H. MEILE, Assistant Cashier
C. B. DUGDALE, Assistant Cashier
NOTE: Votes will not b allowed for other than bona fide new uavlngi
accounts. Full number of votes 'i'l be allowed up to sixty days before
cloae of contest when a limit of 10,000 will be placed on each new account.
U. P, Issues Booklet
Covering Both the
The Union Pacific railroad has just re
ceived from the printers a handsome
forty-page folder entitled, "How to see
California and Its Expositions tn 1915.
and containing information concerning
the two fairs and giving all the facts
about the various attractions possible to
obtain at this time.
The toxt Is particularly comprehensive,
and, departing from the usual trend o
transportation literature, docs not ap
pear as an advertisement. Tho principal
points of Interest In California are dealt
with quite extensively, side trips from
San Francisco, San Diego and Los Au
geles are outlined, and the cost In con
nectlon with such trips ts given. There
is also given an Itemized statement show
Ing just how much It will cost the visitor
to spend a week In each of the exposl
tlon cities. Contrary to what Is gener
ally expected by thoee contemplating a
sojourn on tho coast, this folder states
"food prices in San Francisco are about
one-third lower than In cities of the cast.
Many vegetables and fruits that are al
ways a luxury in eastern cities, are
abundant In California the year 'round
and no more expensive than potatoes or
applies. Board and room may be ob
talned In private homes ranging from 10
a week up,"
The text for this new folder was written
by a well known Catlforn'a writer and
every statement contained therein Is made
only after careful study and investlga
In addition to the regular half-tona(
this publication rarrles neveru' color
plates of the exposition grounds nnd
buildings. The Iilder may be had upon
application to City Ticket office. Four
teenth and Farnam streets.
.Volm of h- Kxpnaltlon.
President Wilson will present a cup to
the fastest yacht In the twenty-one
meter ciass in ine yacni races in tta
Francisco harbor In 191i. Sir Thomas
Upton lias entered for tne races.
Sir Edward Poynter, president of th
Iloyal Academv ot ureat Britain, and
committee of famous Ilrttlah artists hav
applied for official recognition from the
government for a British fine art section
at the panama-raclllr- exposition.
The laying of the foundations of the
Canadian building at the Panama. I'acKIc
international exposition at San Francisco
Is fully SO per cent comnleted. Kreotlon
of tho framework of the pavilion will bu
begun next wecif, according to present
D. O. LI' ely. hlef ot the department of
live stork of the Panama-Pacific Interna
tional exposition, and one of the commls-
Dr. Tvedevick . V. Skiff
How to Win a Free
Trip to the Pana
llulrn of Contest,
1 The Bee bffers and will award thrcr
round-trip tickets and expenses to the
Panama Exposition, the total coat ot each
trip to bo )!00, as prizes to the three con
testants having the greatest number of
I polnta at tho cloae of the contest.
I 2 This contest open to everybody ex-
cept employes of advertlaera on this page
land of Tho Uoo.
3 The contest page will be published
one day euch week and will run for a
period ot ono year.
4 Points wilt be floured on the basis ot
ono point for each 1 cent ahoxwi on cash
checks or receipts for purchuaea made
from advertisers on this pace.
t-Cash checka mutt be dapoilted at or
moiled to 'Panama Contest Editor" The
Bee not Inter than thirty days from date
of payment of same and receipt's will be
Issued for them.
Contest to close November 7, 10H. Atl
cash tickets and receipts must be turned
Into Tho lice office not later than 9 p, in.
on closing day of contest, or If mailed,
must bo postmarked not later than that
A bill appropriating 1180,000 rold for the
purpose of n Chilean pavilion at tho
ranama-Pnclflo International exposition
has passed both houses ot tho Chilean
"DO IT ELECTRICALLY
PRICES AGAIN REDUCED.
10 Watts, 8 0. P.. ( $0.30
15 Watts, 12 0. P.. ' 30
20 Watts, 17 0. P ..30
25 Watts, 22 0. P 30
40 Watts, 36 0. P 30
60 Watts, 56 0. P 40
100 Watts, 98 0. P 70
BUY HERE NOW!
NDTIOP TO CONTESTANTS
Next Tneaday we will publlah
atandlng of all centestanta who have
turned tn their nomination coupons
or cash ohaoka for V3'n in this con
test. Oat your raealpta In by Satur
day uTanlng, so that your atandlnr
will appear In the list, thua letting
your frlanda know that 70a are com
peting for a trip to the Panama ex-poaltlon.
THE ELECTRIC SROP
WOLFE ELECTRIC CO.
Tyler 1414. 1810 Farnam.
Wiro for us and wo will wire for you.
DO IT ELECTRICALLY'!
FREE NOMINATION COUPON
GOOD FOR 1000 VOTES
Send or bring- this coupon to tho "Panama Contest
Editor" of tho Bee and you will receive 1000 votes in
tho Panama Contest. Only one coupon will be credited
to a person.
Benj. Franklin Said
"He that won't be councclled can't be helped.
Poor IUeluLrd's Almanac,
If you are maintaining a private
power plant, you are carrying an un
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pending upon power and may be laid
out for days or weeks because of a
broken boiler, coal famine or other
Central Station Will Carry
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Using Central Station current you are
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avoid the problems of fuel purchase and ash dis
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other vexations attendant upon private power
Let us show you what Central
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Omaha Electric Light
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 Dept. Largest
in State; Experts Only Employed
'DP 7KT COLOai STAIRS
Cow. I6T." & Douglas $ts. 1
It's Cruel to
"Rush" a Cleaner
That la, It's cruot to wait until tho very EVE ot EASTER
and then throw your clothes down on Dresners' counter and
nay: "Thoro they are Dresherl I MUST have these repaired,
altered, cleaned and pressed by TOMORIlOw. for I am to
appear In tho EASTER PARADE!"
Of-course, Dreshors have tho FACILITIES but ANY
equipment will clog up If OVERTAXED.
So In Justlco to yourself and to Dreshers get your
EASTER clothes In NOW for a cleaning. Do that and you
will get a full-attontlon-high-grado-classy sort of a ob and
you won't give Droahors a nervous breakdown with "RUSH"
Phone Tyler 345 -Private Exchange
Dry Cleaners and Dyers
$57,000 Plant at 2211-2213 Farnam Street
wm 1 worth nothing to you -or a I
Your advertising space
is worth nothing to you -or a
great deal, depending entirely
on what you put in It,
Givo force to your ideas
with drawings that turn -white
space into live messengers.
This drawing would
hav cost you but 96.55 and
the cut only $1.26. Let us
make youra for you.
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