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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1914)
THE BEE: OMAHA. Tl KSUA , MA 2ti, UU4.
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Receipts From Merchants on This Page Are Valuable
Every Home Should
The Electric Shop
1810 FARNAM STREET.
"We Are as Near to You as Your
Telephone Tyler 1414"
Tiia psaple of Omaha like to "Shop
AFBURtl," Aetna careful buyers, they like
ig liRV's a ''look-In" at tho Special offers
8f ) fir" .1 dealers and thoa "come back"
And. so wo say, "Try Hospe's Last."
f'iin wo ituow your mind will bo made up
to try" Mai Quality.
No matter whether It Is a Piano, a Vlo
llUi IV Painting, Art Brlc-a-Brac, or a plc
tllra frame wo positively guarantee sat
isfaction, One. of tho "67 Reasons" la this: Hospo's
Is' ill8 only mupto house In Omaha that
has oporftted continuously under one head
ana W&nageipnt for iO ."ears. Ask any old
timfr, Do your "looking around" if you
will, but "Try Hospo's Last."
mm Oouains Bt.
iO Voiu-Bs Personally Conducted.
Every Dollar Deposited, to Open a New
Account in the SAVINGS DEPARTMENT of
Counts 100 Votes in The Bee's Panama Contest
Total deposits, $7,000,000
the meichmts mhioml mm
13th and Farnarn Streets
LUTHER DRAKE, President
FRANK 1. HAMILTON, Vice President
PRED P. HAMILTON, Cashier
B. H. MEILE, Assistant Cashier
C. B. DUGDALE, Assistant Cashier
KOTJSs Votes will not bo allowed for other than bona fide Dew aaTtnei
Recount. Full number of votes will be allownd tip to sixty days before
clbc of raitei when b limit at 10.000 will bo placed on each new account.
The Proper Graduation Gift
is a WATCH
Get a watch fcr tho young man or girl that will last a good long
whllo and servo as a kindly memory of childhood days-; the days
that, liko timo Itself, ncrer come back.
A Watch for the Young Man
Hero Is a moat appropriate tlmo piece with a 15-Jewel movement,
either Elgin. Waltham, or Hampden, fitted in a 20-year, 14k gold
tilled Uunlins esse, with either plain or engraved art designs. On
account of our immense baying power we can tf" A QC
offer this watch at PJLtc.OO
A W atch for the Young- Lady
A beautiful 00 rao Standard American watch with fine reliable
Hampden movement. It has a 1 0-year, 11-k gold Oiled case,
hand enKrcred cr plain.
Oar xpaesAi rrice 1
tfexsuKbcr ctrr guarantee, v
frc cf ctc-rsB ct.r.r- i jimxu
VP Tit Z GOLDS! STAJRS IS
QVjM cog 16th L DOUCtAS Sts. ' l
Have a Vibrator
The need of the Vibrator
in tho liomo is becoming1
more universally recognized
AVlion j on consider the joy
df siood health and then con
sider the small cost of the
.machine that will brintr
health to vou. it is really sur
prising that any homo will
lie without a " ibrator.
ROYAL and REX
For Sale by
hare try wts keep wutth hi repair
.1 .-a-j iv . r B J H s
X,VKe S SB VI '
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NOTICF TO CONTESTANTS
XTsxt Tuesday wo will pntulsh the
standing- of all contestants who have
turned In their nomination conpons
or caih checks for ait In thli con
test. Get your reoelpts In by Satur
day artnlng-, so that yonr standing
will appear In the Hit, thai letting
your friends know that you are competing-
for a trip to the Panama ex
Volition. Contestants' Standing
Kama. jo. of vote.
Tay M. Watts 8,934, JYo
liuth A. Vlnney a,34J,190
Mrs. Emma Perry l,tto,507
Charles Hall 1.704.J3
Sylvia Bahne 327,099
V'Uks Ward SotviO
O. A. Mystrom 177,418
itohert x,wls owman laa.siU
Mary J. Aberly 61,815
Daniel A. x.ans;feld o.tHQ
Bam Steinberg V.all
Mrs. n. a. smith a,03a
Boswell Potts 4.71J
Clyde J. X,uther 1,83b
Son Schalek I,2b0
Pred Horn 1,133
Grace JJ. Baker. Beatrice, Neb.. 1,000
Herbert O. Wells l.oou
W. J. Mettleu 1,00 J
Chris Slmonson, UUca, Hob.... 1,000
Julian Harris 1,000
Harry J. Severson 1,000
Minor O. Kennedy 1,000
Herbert O. iundoa 1,000
Marie H. Ulvtrs 1.000
Jennie X, Washburn l.oou
Charles a. Thomas 1,000
Myrtle a. Harrison 1,000
Mrs. James Mortlmore l,oo
Honrletta Swensen 1,000
Mrs. Robert T. Jones 1,000
James I.. Kulakofsky t. 1,000
Myron Berorrest 1,000
T. a. Thompson 1,000
Mrs. Oeorre E. Evarts 1,000
Louiie Pannlnffbercr 1,000
Paul Hot-ton l.OOu
Henry H. Hlna; 1,000
Mrs. Lillian rowden 1,000
Samuel I. Book 1.000
John Pllcksr 1.000
Juls Wachsteln 1.000
Harry Ernsy 1,000
Mrs. E. Heverldge 1,000
Mrs. Pinna Circle 1.000
William winquest 1,000
Oretchen Ed par 1,000
James C. Wisely 1.000
Sara Eee 1,000
Wayne Blley 1,000
H. W. Becker 1,000
Mrs. Jennie Martin l.ooo
Lillian XMckson. Kearney. Neb. 1,000
John Ceplecha. BurweU. Neb... 1,000
Mrs. Battle Osburn 1,000
How to Win a Free
Trip to the Pana
Rnlea of Contest.
1 The Bco offers und will award three
round-trip tickets and expenses to the
Panama Exposition, the total cost of each
trip to be 200. as prizes to the three con
testants having the Greatest number o:
points at the close of the contest
2 This contest open to everybody ex.
cept employes of advertisers on this page
and of The Dee.
J The contest pa go will be published
one day each week and will run for a
period of one year.
Points will be figured on the basis of
one point for each 1 cent shown on cash
checks or receipts for purchases made
from advertisers on this pace.
6 Cash checks must bo deposited nt or
moiled to "Panama Contest Editor" The
liee not later than thirty days from data
of payment of same and receipts will be
issued for them.
Contest to closo November 7, 19H. All
cash tickets and receipts must be turned
Into The Bee office net later than 9 p, m.
on closing day of contest, or If mailed,
must bo postmarked not later than that
Hamer Files for
Franklin C. Hamer of Omaha has filed
for state treasurer on the republican
ticket, having decided again to make the
race for this office.
"I believe In conservative Investment
of the state trust funds," declared Mr
Hamer as he arrived after having de
posited his papers with tho secretary of
state at Lincoln. "Nebraska law now
permits the Investment of such funds In
local securittec, and a conservative course
will best serve the interests ot all con
cerned." No other filing has been made on the
republican ticket so far for treasurer and
but two on tho democratic ticket, Oeorge
Hall of Franklin nd J. F. Gallagher of
Sun Plays Havoc
The first prostration from heat this
season occurred Sunday afternoon, when
a tall, beautifully gowned brunette suc
cumbed to the blistering sun, and suc
cumbed In the Douglas street window of
Ilaydcn Brothers" store.
With her head drooping on her breast,
she was found early Monday morning,
when tho first employes entered the sto'.e.
The heat was so great that one cyo was
entirely out, her neck split opn rn the
loft side and an Immense hole In her
forehead showed the fastening? of the
switch of dark hair. The wax figure was
melted beyond all possible redemption,
and tho features of the foca nro un
recognizable. UNION PACIFIC OFFICIALS
AT BRINKERHOFF FUNERAL
The Omaha headquarters of the Union
Pacific has sent a large delegation to
Kansas City to attend the funeral of the
lote Jacob O. Brlnkerhoff, for nearly
fifty years In the employ of the company
and for more than twenty-five years
superintendent of the Kansas lines
Among those who attended from here
were men who had known Mr. Brlnker
hoff personally for a quarter of a cen
tury or more.
The Brlnkerhoff funeral was held from
the residence In Kansas City Monday
afternoon, and afterward tho body will
be taken to Dundee, 111., the old home, for
burial. Those of the Union Pacific' of-
f totals In attendance from Omaha were.
Vice President Uunroe, General Manager
Ware, General Solicitor Loo mis. General
Freight Agent Lane, General Passenger
Agent Bsjsinser, Superintendent of Mo
tree Power and Masrfctorry Fuller. Super
tn Undent CahtlL eJujsrrtntendent of Tele
graph Shtlon. Sapwrtataadcat of Dining
Cars Lewis. Superintendent oC Transport
Uitiaif rirwntn suzd Ctotm. Agvat Fat argon.
DO NOT FEAR HESSIAN FLY
Fcst is Fully Grown and Has Done
CROPS REPORTED EXCELLENT
Cnnillttnn All Ovrr the Stnto Arc
Mill Silriulld, Arronllutt to tho
llrporta of thp Iltirllnjc
Tho HurllnKton'n Nebraska crop report
for tho week ending Inst Saturday, donls
with tho Hessian fly and inlnlmltes the
damage done by thp Insect. The data,
with refcrenco to the damage done by the
fly. It Is nsscrtcd. Is given out after an
exhaustive Investigation ha been made.
Kclntlvo to thp wlntrr wheat crop, tlen
eral SupcrlntenJont Allen maintains that
on tho whole there has boon no fulling
off In the gciuv.xl condition, which, on
the various division, he places ns follows,
the cstlmnte Leing on n perccntngo basis
and comparod wan former years:
Omaha division, 100 ppr cent.
Lincoln division, 102 per cent.
Wymoro division, 102 per cent.
McCook division, K per cent.
As to the Hessian fly and the damage
that It has wrought In tho Nebraska
wheat fields, the Burlington report says:
' Tho pest tn.ido Its appearance during
the week In the central and eastern parts
of Richardson and Nemnlm counties. Tho
fnlverslty Agricultural deportment has
I Investigated and reports that over this
small area, aa compared with tho entire
n.crnge of the state, fields have lieen
dumnged from very llttlo to 91 per cent,
nnd a few fields in the vicinity of Au
burn In Nemaha county havo probably
brcn damaged M per ocnt.
PI j- I'ull (iriinii.
"It Is stated by Prof. Bwrnrk, who
conducted tho Investigation and mad
the report, that the fly Is now full grown.
This means that practically no more
damage will bo dona and that the area,
of further damage, will not be extended.
The professor estimates that the yield
of wheat In these two countlos will not
fall below tho average, due largely to an
Increased acreage. With fair weather
from now on, most of tho damaged flolds
will make a full crop, but under favor
able weather conditions, would result
In nlmost n total failure. With these
facts in view, some farmers are plowing
their wheat fields within tho damaged
area nnd planting corn."
The Burlington's report Indicates that
oats nnd ifprlng whrt Is In perfect con
dition and making good progress. It Is
estimated that corn planting is prac
tically finished in Nebraska and that the
conditions for n big crop were never bet
ter. The acrcago Is about tho same ao
FREE NOMINATION COUPON
GOOD FOR 1000 VOTES
Send or bring this coupon to the "Panama Contest
Editor" of the Bee and you will receive 1000 votes in
tho Panama Contest. Only ono coupon will be credited
to a person.
Streets aro full of customers these spring evenings
the buyers of tonight aro tho buyers of tomor
row. ITiey will mako thoir purchases at your
store if it is marked by an Electric Sign, the most
striking, economical way of compelling attention
and attracting trade.
Let An Electric Sign Be Your
You will bo surprised to find oat how little it
costs to operate one of these business-getting
Electric Signs- Make up your nund now that yon
srill increase your patronago by utilizing this
Complete Sign with, fall eqropraexit furnished and
instilled an easy terms. Cab. for our Sign. Spe
cialist for fall iaformAtion.
Omaha Electric Light and Power Co
-Do It Electrically"
last year and fields planted early arc
now being cultivated. i
According to the report, there was not
a station on the Burlington system In
Nebraska that was not Malted by rain last
week. At some points It was llRht.
amounting to not more than from one
fourth to one-half Inch, but grnerttlly tt
wna heavy, the precipitation at unity of i
tho stations and In the vicinity being
from one to two Inches, with four inches I
at Osmond and Plntnvlew.
Nothing is Found !
to Disprove Any
Word of the Bible !
Rabbi Frederick lohn lectured yester
day nt tho University of Omaha on Mod
ernism. Ho briefly outlined tho develop
ment madn by eoloneo nnd showed how
it went hand In hand with religion, font
paring aclenco with tho Bible. Rnbbl Cohn
said: "Nothing has ot been found that
can disprove n slnglo word of the ltlblo
It stands for truth and uprlghteousncss."
in all religions there Is the same
method. It Is tho belles Ing from tho
finite to tho Infinite. All Imvo reverenco
for sonto higher being and all look upon
that higher being ns a creative power
Tho scientist Is giving ntoro nnd more
crcult to the Bible. Alter each great
dlscovory; after tho explaining of each
great miracle; wo but have to look to tho
bible and see it verified.
KIPLINGER BUYS LOT FOR
LARGE APARTMENT HOUSE
O. D. Klpllnger has purchased the plot
of ground between Harney and Karnam
streets, on the west side of Thlrty-nlnth
street, from C. K. McOrew. Mr. Kip
linger will start tho erection on large
apartment house on the slto at once It
will contain sixteen nevcn-room apart
ments. The property bus ninety-five foot
fionts on Harney and Fnrnum streets
nnd 137 feet on Thlity-nlnth street. It Is
understood tho price paid was $12,000.
FOUR BIG STORES ARE TO
CLOSE SATURDAY MORNING
That their employes may observe Mem
orial day four ot Omaha's largest retail
stores will remain closed during tho
morning hours fcfaturday and will not
nmn for business on that day until
noon. Burgess-Nnslt company. Brnndols,
Thompson-Belden company ond Hayden
Bros, nro the stores In the agreement.
The stores will remain open from noon
until 9 o'clock in the evening, the regular
JD YOU ever
a small, close kitchen, or a basement
room, it's a question whether it is really
clean when you are through?
jf AfttM- nil (lie hard work and tho costly day your
garments cannot possibly be as sweet and as whole
some as if they were washed and sterilized by our
processes in our big, well ventilated establishment
Cjf Work that leaves this-laundry is not only clean to
the eye, but absolutely gormless. Every detail of our
system, till the goods are packed for delivery, is
better than home work can possibly be.
Test this claim. Sond
prove to you that our way will save you time, temper
1507-09-11 Jackson Street.
"Critical Care" in
Cleaning Gowns, etc.
Wo KNOW tho CARE, loving touches, and gingered han
dling n woll dressed woman glvos to hor finost gowns and
drossos, and when VH clean tho gowns and dresses wo HAN
DLE) thorn JUST aa carefully as tho woman who OWNS thorn.
This Isn't mora talk. It's TRUTH. Bcoros of. our oaglo
eyes are fan toned on thoso ft no drosses ot yours from tho
moment they are gathcrod at your homo until tho moment
they aro delivered.
And SUCH cleaning an wo do. You'll say you nevor
thought It nosslblo. Tho daintier and moro costly tho gown
tho groator our prido In cleaning It.
And what is our too for nuch enro, did you aokt
Wall, tho drosses aro clean od at $1.25 and up and tho
gowns $1.7o and up. IJttlo enough.
Just tolophono Tyler C4C for a "Careful Man."
Toilet Goods Week at
The Sherman &McConnell Drugstores
Last week wo announced that our stock comprised 276 Items In
Hair Tonics shampoos, colors, etc. but wo find an orror In count
was mado as It should bo 277 a recount showing this number. Our
stock ot Toilet Creams, Talcums, Faco Powdors, Porfumo and Toilet
Wnter is proportionately laigo. Wo invito tho public as well ao
dealers to "tost" our stock and loarn for thomsolves whether our
statomentB can bo substantiated. Ask us for tho real new onos.
About 150 kinds in htock
50c MeloroBO Cream for.... 20c
50c Hinds' Honoy and Almond
croum, for "On
50c Cucumber and Benzoin
cream for ale
50c Nadlnola Croam for. . . ."Do
Jersey Theatrical Cold Cream,
nt 2&c 40c and OBc
1-1X10 TOILBT SOAPS
Wo handlo about 200 kinds of
flno toilet soap. Ask us for
50c Douquet Jcnnlco Soap, .nno
25c Kirk Juvenile Soap for. .Ho
35c Roger & Callot, one-half
doron odors, per cake....lo
25c, 4711 Whlto Roso Soap, 1-c
SHERMAN & McCONNELL DRUG GO.
Borntr 10th and Dodff Streets. SZarvvra Fharmaoy, 34th and Tanuim.
Owl Drag Co., lttth nnd zurnsr Ots. XojrsJ FbarmaoT, 307-309 V. 16th.
Cuts that print
There Is often alleirrerrac4n-ho"w art 4 between
a cut that shows up well la the engraver's proof and ono
that shows up woll when It la printed. Cuts mode for a
newspaper hav to bo made bo that they will give good
results under the most advorso conditions. For that rea
son, a newspaper en praying plant produces 'cutB'thaf tho
ordinary printer can use and get good results.
If yoa hare soma engraving to bo-done. enousk tho
work and compare both tho results and tho prices withthat
of ordinary engraving plants.
Bee Engraving Department
Bee Building, Omaha
stop to think that
washing is done in
us n trial package. Let us
OT TXU3 HOSCH
Phone Douglas 919.
2211-13 Farnarn St
85c Plvor's Azurea T. W 00c
85c Roger & Gallefs T. W.. .SDo
$3.00 Mary Garden T. W.. 92.20
50o Japaneso Honey Suckle T.
W., for k 20o
$4.15 Coeur do Joannette T.
W for 93.40
85c Rogor & Gallot's Anthea
Powder for 50c
25c Houblgant's Rico Powder
COc Moloroso Powder for... 20c
GOc Madame lEebolls' Powder
25c Trailing Arbutus Talc, 115c
Key to tb Sttoatioa-Octt ACrtrtlslnss.
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