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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 7, 1914)
Receipts From Merchants on This Page Are Valuable
We hold the Key to
SUMMER COMFORT !
Onco upon a time a noted manufacturer of foot form
' shoes advertised: "You Gan't Bo Happy It Your Feet
And Dreshor Brothers havo paraphased that Blogan
Into "You Can't Bo Comfortable In Soiled, Unpressed,
Bedraggled, Summer Garments:" Dresner Brothors hold
tho key to your summer comfort; tho key that unlocks
their 67,000 model dry cleaning plant.
Send in your Whito suits, dresses, waists, hats and
oter summer necessities; have Dreshor cloan them so
that they roflect hack tho sun's rays; tho wholo proceed
ing sets you back bo LITTLE that you can WELL afford
to send your clothes hero REGULARLY.
A Phono Message to Tyler 345 brings a man.
$57,000 Plant at ,2211-2213 Farnam Street.
Business Is Good
"Wo are not doing all the work in this city no indeed,
not but we are doing a lot and more of it, because wo
do our work right and we always try to please, and would
' rather give our customers a little more than they ask for.
For everything electrical see us.
THE ELECTRIC SHOP
1810 Farnam St.
We are as neartoyou ass your telephone. Tyler 1414
Every Dollar Deposited to Open a New
Account in the SAVINGS UJirAKIMfcNl ot
THE MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
Counts 100 Votes in The Bee's Panama Contest
Total deposits, $7,000,000
THE MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
13th and Farnam Streets .
LUTHER DRAKE, President
FRANK Of. HAMILTON, Vice President
FEED P. HAMILTON, Cashier
3. H. MEILE, Assistant Cashier
O. B. DUGDALE, Assistant Cashier
NOTE: Votea will not be allowed for other than toon rifle new sartnsi
account. Full number of votea will be allowed up to sixty days before
close of contest when a limit of 10.000 will be placed on each new account.
Hot Weather Specials In
Quality, service anl price are three essentials that go to make A
good drug store, and these three important features will be demon
stxated to you If once a customer of any of the Sherman & McOonnell
drug stores. By carefully watching our frequent advertisements you
will see a way to cut your drug bills almost In two.
Bargains We Offer for This Week:
25o ProaUlla for 14c
260 Mistletoe Cream at.... 14c
25o Packers' Tar Soap for. ,14c
Rxall Violet Talcum 15
25c Lyon's Tooth Powder. . ,14c
10c Williams' or Collates' Shav-
ng Soap cake 5c
$1.00 New England. Toilet Water
25o Babcock'u Corylopsls Tal
Paxto Foot Powder, the latest
and best 25c
50o Cucumber, Benzoin anl Al
mond Lotion for. ....... ,30c
Qodet's French Perfumes, per
bottle, at 91.23
Rexall Hair Shampoo, per bot
Rexall Cold Cream, 4 lb.. 35c
Rlgaul's Mary Garden Perfume,
per oz , 91.4U
Rexall Tooth Paste 10c
Cutlcura Soap 17c
60c Shah of Persia Soap for lOo
White Cross Cold Cream ....
10c, 25c, 50c
25c Pond's Extract Cold Cream
lOo, 25c, 50c
26c Pond't Extract Cold Cream
2 cakes Wool Soap, 2 cakes
Ivory Soap for' J 5c
50c Ingram's Milkweed Cream
Jap Rose or Peroxide Bath Soap,
per cake 7o
Violet Ammonia . . . , 15c and 25c
11.00 Plnaud's Ltlao Vegetal 40o
Colgate's Violet, Cashmere Bou
quet or Dactylls Talcum for 150
SHERMAN & MoCONNELL DRUG CO.
rous bust xmtro btobssi
Corner lstn and Dodge Street. Harvard Pharmacy, o-ttb and raroam.
Owl Srur Co, lata and Karnay Bts. Koyal Pharmacy, 007-909 W. leth.
NOTICE TO CONTESTANTS
Hext Toeiday we will publish the
standing; ot all contestants who have
tnrned In their nomination coupons
or cash oheoka for votes In this con
test. Oet your receipts in by Satur
day evening-., so. that your standing
will appear In the list, thus letting
you mends know that you are com
peting" for a trip to the raaama exposition.
rfune, So, of Votes.
ray ac. Watts..,. M s,S70,93i
iiuth a. rinney .B,oea,s7r
Kti. Iimma -ferry 1 0,488,871
Charles Kail .....0,488,108
miks Ward 300,348
Sylvia Xahne ................. 341,108
O. A Kyttrom 177,418
Btohert Xiewla bowmen. .,..., 189,881
Mary jr. Aherly 89,810
Arthur wildheok im&sa
anlel A. Langfeld .......... 9,848
am Steinberg fall
MosweU "Potts 4.718
Mrs. . S. Smith S.BS
uiyae J. Sutter
araoe n. saker, BeMrtoe, area..
Xerfeert O. Wells 1,000
W. J. Xettlen
Olixls Rlmonion, miea, MSB....
Jallan Xarrls ...........
Harry J. Severson
Minor O. Kennedy ...
Herbert O. tundon ,..
Marie X. Xlvers
Jennie X. Washburn ...........
Cbarles O. Thomas... ,
Myrtle O. Xarrlson
acre, James Mortlmore
Aenneua sweneen k
Mrs. Robert T. Jones
Jimei x,, xuiaxofsky
Myron -"eTorreit l,i
9. O. Thomtiaan
Mrs. Ooor-re 2. Everts
XiOulse rannlng-berft. ............
Henry H. Blsg
Mrs. tiilan Xiowdea .........
Samuel X. Book
John XTUokir .,
Mrs. S. BeverldVe
Mrs. Pinna Olrole
(tretohen Eirar k.
James O. Wisely
Wayne XUey ,1,000
ESTES PARK FURNISHES
Advertising Manatctr Cummins of tho
Union Pacific is enthusiastic over the
excellent accommodations furnished
travelers and tourUts who will spend tho
summer at Eetes rark, north and wst
of Denver, In the. very heart ot tho most
picturesque section ot the rockles.
"I havo iIUd a numbor of summer
retorts, but for the excellence of hotpd
accftmmedatlons Rlvo the Kstcs Tark. H
has no peer and but few rivals In the
matter of excellent hotel Accommodations
whleh chnrRe a fair rate and give an ex
cellent return for tho charno made," ho
said on his return this week.
MORRIS NOMINATED Fno
MINISTER TO SWEDEN
WASHINGTON, July 8,-lra N, Norrls
ot Chlcairo was nominated today by
President Wilson for mlnUter to Sweden
FREE NOMINATION COUPON
GOOD FOE 1000 VOTES
Send or bring this coupon to tho "Panama Contost
Editor" of tho Boo and you will rocoivo 1000 votos In
tho Panama Contost. Only ono coupon will bo oruditod
to a porson. , 4
Mrs. Jennie Martin
xaillan Sriokson, Xearsey, Keb.
Jonn oepleoaa, Burwell, Xeb..
Mrs. Xattls Osbura 1,000
Xobert W. Mulila. .
Toyland Grown Up
Being Designed by
Frederio Thompson, who tv dosn -rears
In partnership with the late Earner fi.
Hundy, once clerk ot tho United Btates
district court in Omaha, startled the
amusement world "by building- the now
famous liuna Park, and later designed
th wonderful Mew York Hippodrome,
will begin ai new venture at the Panama
exposition at Ban Francisco In 1916. The
new venture is what Thompson calls
Toyland Grown Up.
Toyland Grown Up is sot a midway or
a piks. The 'Frisco fair win nave .its
midway, only It is to be called "The
Zone," and the sona will contain all ot
thq concessions , dear to the atnussraent
loving- public. But Toyland drown Up is
flu Its ia different thins. " It wilt consist
of toys of mammoth else, Toys whloh in
tho nursery wore six inches high will be
00 feet high, and toys whloh covered
but a few feet ot floor space in a little
nursery room will cover fourteen solid
acres of land. Toys which moved about
through the fores of springs and clock
work in the nursery will move with the
same mechanical precision only by the
power of huero electric motors. Do not
misunderstand that Toyland Grown Up is
merely an architectural elaboration of
toys in mlcrotem, for that is not the Case,
The little t6ys delighted little tots with
their thrills, and the biff toys are so
constructed that they will enact those
same thrills in the minds ot all grown
lips who enjoy an environment of health
ful and youthful play.
There is the Imaginative city which
blows away and carries you with it on
a fleecy cloud. There Is the City of tho
Wicked Kin -which Is ruined by fire dur
ing a battle between the soldiers of the
king and the soldiers of the Good Prince
who rescues the fair princess. There Is
the Crasy Street, which turns and turns
and never stops turning, and the rookedy-
crookedy buildings and street ears, until
everybody becomes So rookedy.Crookedy
that they must laugh, na matter what
may be their frame of mind. And them
are many other Interesting thlngsSO
many they cannot be counted.
Thompson is devoting two full years to
Toyland Grown Up, and he is spending
millions of dollars. The famous show
man decided five years ago that grown
ups were nothing more than elongated
youngsters and that the likes and amuae-
ments of persons do not change, but
only grow, and tor this reason he decided
to build Toyland Grown Up.
How to Win a Free
Trip to the Pana-
It-sles of Coatast.
1 The Bee offers and will award three
tnmnd-tiiD tloksta and -rtMna w.
Panama Exposition, the total cost of each
trip io oe szw, as prises to tbe three con
testants having the greatest number of
points at me close of tbe contest.
1Thll contest OD.n to avnrtut
cept employes ot advertisers oa this page
and of The Bee.
I-The contest page will be published
one ey each week and will run for
period of one rear.
-Points will be figured on the basis of
one point for each 1 cent shown en sash
checks or receipts for purchases made
from advertisers on this eura.
6-Caih checks must be depoklted at or
mailed to "Panama Contest Editor" The
Bee not later than thirty days from date
of payment of same and receipts will be
issued for them.
Contest to close November T, Wit All
cash tickets and receipts must be turned
into The Bee office n later than p, m.
on closing day ot contest, or if mailed,
muat be postmarked not later than tbst
THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND
FOR LIVE STOCK PREMIUMS
The amount of money In cash premiums
that will be given live stock at the
Panama. Pact tlo exposition has reached
the sum Of tl,0. This amount has been
reached with th ts.ooo juit offered by the
American Jersey Cattle club.
MASON & HAMLIN
Perfection in ovory
AT HOSPE 'S
KRANIOH & BAOH
No Better Homo Piano.
AT H 0 S P E S
Nearly 300,000 in Use.
Best for $275 and up.
BUSH & LANE
Case and tono boautiful.
$350 up, in Mahogany,
Walnut or Oak.
0 ABLE-NELSON Most Reliable. $250 up, in all
finishes. AT HOSPE'S.
The very latest fashion is a heavy solid
rjold ring with a fitio and perfect cut caraoo,
possessing artistie beauty and distinct
violin no two alike and oach ono an in
dividual pioeo of work free from machino-made suggos
tions. By diroct import from Italy and mounting .vast
quantities wo oan offer a perfect lino from
$4.75 to $9.75 uPd
I l rp i
TERMS TO SUIT THE BUYER.
A. HOSPE CO.
Our 40th Year. 1513 Douglcs St.
HERE'S MORE to a modern laundry
than the washing of your clothes.
Cff Service all around service
counts a lot in this business, and
we are striving daily to out this
laundry on the highest possible plane.
CJf Wo want all your work from bed spreads to collars
because wo can do it bettor and cheaper than any homo
system possibly oan.
CJfProtty strong olaim, isn't it? But you would. bo glad,
wouldn't you, if we could prove it to you?
Sond us a bundle. Tell us whether you wnnt all tho
work finished or whether sonio of it is to como back
CJf Test this question honestly. It moans so much to ovory
housohold thnt you cannot afford to decide it without
giving ub a trial.
1507-09-11 Jackson Street. Phone Douglas 919.
Member Ot Laundrymen's National Association ot' America,
"fi IT ni
Xlie Best Light
You really con't afford to be without this cool,
modern illuminant now. It will mean so much com
fort and convenience for you.
Reduced Nearly 10
This means you will use more electrical conveni
ences at no added cost,
Omaha Electric Light and
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