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TI1K BEE: OMAITA. TUESDAY, AT'OUST 'J", 1014.
Receipts From Merchants on This Page Are Valuable
Wtth the use of the up-to-date machine used in our laun
dry your collars are molded into shape while wet, with
an "easy slip" tie space and a nicely rounded top on
What Is This Fact
Worth To You?
We are safe in saying that your collars will last
three times lenger than they have heretofore if you
send them to us.
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PHONE DOUGLAS 019.
NOTICF TO CONTESTANTS
Text Tuesday we will pnbliah tha
etandlng of all contestants who bave
turned la thalr Domination coupons
or cash checke for vatee la thla eon
tet. Oat yonr receipts In by Bator
dy evening ao that your standing
will appear la the Hat. tbna letting
year frlaada know that yon ar com-patina-
for a trip to to Manama ex-poaltlon.
Every Dollar Deposited to Open a New
Account in the SAVING UhTAKlMtNl ot
THE MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
Counts 1G0 Votes in The Bee's Panama Contest
Total deposits, $7,000,000
THE falERGHAHTS HATIOflAL BATIK
13th and Farnam Streets
LUTHER DRAKE,- President
FRANK 1. HAMILTON, Vice President
FRED P. HAMILTON, Cashier
3. II. MEILE, . Assistant Cashier
C. B. DUGDALE, ' Assistant Cashier
WOTE! Votea will not ba allowed for othar than bona fide new aavlna,
account Kull number of vote ba allowed up to sixty days before
close of eouteet wtun a limit of 10.000 will ba placed on each "aw account
Haiti a Wo. of
Far M- Watte i
Ruth A. Vtnncy 3
Mra. Kmma rtnj ...a
Charlea Rail 8
O. A My Strom
Mobert uu I. own en
ste'y 3. Aberly
Daniel A Lanrfeld
Mre. hi. S. "mith
Clyde J. Lather
Grace E Baker. Beatrice, Wb..
Herbert O Walla
W. J. Hetties
Chrta Blmonaon, Vtlca. Heb....
Barry J. Beveraon
Minor O. Kennedy
Herbert O. London
Marie Bt. Blvere
Jennie X. Waehbnra
Charlea O. Thomaa
Myrtle O. Harrison
Mra. Jamea Mortlmora
Mra. mobert T. Jones
Jamea X. Xnlakofaky
T. Q, Thompson
Mra. Oeorre B. Evsrte
Henry H. Jeinr
Mra. Lillian X.owdea
Bamnel I. Book
Mra. B. Beverldra
Mre. Pinna Circle
.Samee O. Wlaaly
H. w. Becker
Mra. Jennie Martin
Lillian Trlrkaon. Kearney, Web.
John Cepleoha, BurwalL, Heb..
Mra. Battle Oiburn
Robert W. Mulila
How to Win a Free
Trip to the Pana
Plnlre of Catet.
1 The Bra offers and will award three
round-trip tlckeu and expeneea to the
Tans ma Exposition, the total coat of each
trip to ba tWO, as prtzea to the three con
testsnts havlnc the &reateat number of
pulnta at the close of the content.
I Thla content open to everybody ef
cept employes of advertiaera on thla pace
and of ! Be.
I The content pace will ba pubilahed
one day each . and will run for
pcrl'ij of t,ne year.
e-folnu will be figured on the basis of
on point for each 1 cent ahown on cash
cbecka or receipt for purchasta mad
from advertiaera on thla pace.
a Cash checks must be dcH1ted at or
mailed to "Panama Contest Editor" The
l'-ee not later than thirty daya from data
of payment of same and receipt will ba
laaued for them.
Conteat to cloaa November 7, 1914. All
raah ticket And receipt muat ba turned
Into The Bee office) ni t later than p, in.
on closing- day of content, or if mailed,
must be poatmarked not later than that
Site for Panama Fair
Grand Canyon to Be
Exhibited at the Fair
A panoramic reproduction of the Grand
Canyon of Artsona la being built at the
Pnnnmn-Parifio International exposition
Ht a rost of over fcBO.OOO; over 50,000 square
yards of linen canvas. Imported from
r'cctland, are belnK used for the set
pieces. Vlxltora in this concession will
view the panoramas from observation
parlor cars, moved by electricity on an
elevated trestle, seemingly alone; the rim
of the canyon. -The observer will be en
abled to nee elKht of the most distinctive
points of the canyon and the ride will
last over half an hour. Including-, appar
ently, a Journey of more than 100 miles
of the great gorge. Every resource of
modern science in employed In the work
Are Cheerful in
VICHY. Aut. 24. (Via Paris. S.K, a m -The
president's palace and alt the hotels
have been converted Into hospitals and
are now filled with wounded All
branches of the service are represented,
the patients Including artillerymen, In
fantrymen, chasseurs, dragoons and hus
sars. They are n cheerful lot for men who
have been carried from the fighting line.
Many make light of their wounds. Joke
about their experiences and all are tald to
be anxious to go back to the field.
"Isn't that hard luck?" said one with
four bullets In his thighs, "to have hooked
all four, ft 111, that may mean three com
rades left In the fighting."
Another was greatly exercised for fear
fragments of a shell which had struck
his arm had obliterated a tattoed butter
fly of which he was extremely proud.
A gunner who was In the battle at
Bonhomme Pass told this story of A com
rade: "He was a marvelous pointer And
got the bullseye every time, but they got
him at last. His legs were crushed but
he asked to be carried to another gun
point for one last shot.'
In the court of one of the hospitals
three Infantrymen with their heads
swathed in bandages were found by a
visitor to be playing marbles with bullets
extracted from their wounds. "TheyJ
don't roll as well aa agates,' said one
with A grin, "but In times of war one
must not be too particular."
EZRA MEEKER TO SHOW
IN WASHINGTON DISPLAY
Let's Get STARTED on
Your WINTER WORK!
Sounds unusual even weird to think of winter work
NOW, doesn't It? Yet, you would exhibit the utmost reason,
logic, common sense, if you WEUfin get together ALL of
your winter work and send it to US NOW, BEFORE the annual
You see, our expert force will then have TIME to clean,
dye, alter, press, reline and revelvet-collar your winter clothes,
furs. etc. Instead of CROWDING us to death at the last mo
ment, you'll have everything in readiness for COLD weather
Yes it's the proper time to PREPARE for winter. Ask
the coal dealers. They'll tell you that any number of people
prepare for winter in SUMMER.
Remember We are amply prepared to do ANY sort of
work on winter clothes and that winter isn't so VERY far
away, after all.
Phone Tyler 34S
Dry Cleaners Dyers
2211-2213 Farnam Street, Omaha.
One of the features of the Washington j
building at the Panama-Pacific Interna
tional exposition will be Ezra Meeker and
his team of oxen. Meeker, white of hair j
and beard. Is In San Francisco and will !
drive his team from the state of Wash- !
Ington to the exposition at the opening
next year. A few yers ago he drove
them over the trail from Seattle to Wash
ington, r. .
Everybody Reads Bee Want Ads.
D-rJEEu DriUG SPECIAL
at the Rexall Stores
SKfl Allan's Foot Kase 140
2o Allcock'a Porous Planer.. 130
Brotno 8elter. .to, 18o, I4o, o
Bour Jeola Java Hire powder. .480
JOo Charles' Flesh Food 94o
2ic Carter a I.lltle l.lver Pills.. 18o
S5u t'HKtoila, genuine 81c
2Se ('iitlcura fiosp ITa
1100 ruldwell's Hyrup Pepsin.. BSo
60o Carmen Powder 2o
uOc Cantliroxv 8 Jo
50c tonn's Kldnev Pills 34o
11.00 Uuffy's Malt T4o
too Dermavlva 8o
2'or Kspey's Fragrant Cream ... 14o
Fellow's Kyrup 84o and BBc
25c Frost ilia 14o
$ 1.3ft (lude'a Pepto Mangan . . . .Bo
H..rli,-k' Malted Milk 34o
CTo and a?0
II 00 llvontel, complete B9o
ihc Hire'a Hoot Peer ISO
Hind's Honey Almond Cream.. 8o
. '.'uc Hvdirtix Peroxide Cream... 14o
1 lb. 14o; W ID. 1SCJ 1 lb... 190
HoMtetter'a Hitters 80
75c Jad r!ulla 04Q
LlKterine c 10, 89c, Mo
2io Lyon's Tooth Powder 140
VKc Laxative llronio Quinine. . ,18o
rOC l.ul'litch Powder, 4 ahadea. .3o
0c Malvlna Cream 8o
'.'fe Massuta Talcum 18a
25c Mcminn's Talcum. 4 kinds.. 18o
Mt-ntholatuni l4o. 34o
II.&O Oriental Cream (Clouraud's i,
f I 00 pinkhaiti's Compound 690
Siftc Packer's Tar Soap 14o
50c Pebeco Tooth Pate I.. 390
100 Pierce's Favorite Prea...04O
Sc Pond's Vanishing Cream... 14o
l 00 Plnutid'a l.llac Vegetal. . .4o
,r0- Piixxonra Powder 34o
tl.00 I'enina .. 840
H. ft . Rice Powder ISO
Hal llapattca 17o. 39o, o
50c Svrup of Flgn..'. 8o
S. y. H 69o and $1-09
50r Pempre Oovlne 8o
50c Toujour'a .leune 880
:.c Tlx (for tired feeO 14o
!5c Viola Skin Soap 140
f,c Vola Cream 190
iic 44tl White Hose Soap 180
2t.c Wtiodiiurv's Faclol Soap... 14a
il.00 Wine Cardul 89o
6 Do Wlllluma' Pink Pills 34o
Australia snd New Zealand recently se
lected a Joint site fors their national pa
vilion at the Panama-Pacific International
exposition. Joint ceremonies were held
and were participated In hy exposition
officials, former and present residents of
the countries and commtHsloners. A
luncheon was given to Commissioners
Kiel Nlclson, chairman of the delegation
from Australia: Kdmund Clifton, repre
senting New Zealand; F. T. A. Frlcke,
representing Victoria, and P. 15. CJulnn
of New South Wales. Australia will
make a marvelous exhibit.
Los Angeles Enters
Yacht in Regatta
Ijom Angeles sportamen have subscribed
;iW,0nO for the construction of a twelve-
meter yacht to be entered In the Interna-1
. tlore.1 regatta of the Panama-Pacific In-
I ternatlonal exposition. Victoria. Vancou
, ver, Seattle and San Francisco are sonw
of the etuis that are to have ynch.s en-
tered representing the municipality a
SAYS 'FRISCO EXPOSITION
WILL BE GREATEST OF ALL
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
the Panama Contest. Only one coupon will be credited
to a person.
ear a Diamond
$S a Year
We redeem any stone bought from us
at 10 per cent discount within a year
I 1111 n a sj
A $50 Diamond Redeemed at $45
After 12 Months' Use
VP ml GOLOUi STAIRS
I "I havo seen every exposition nines the
Centennial In 1S76 and t am sure that thla
exposition will be far greater than all
SliEnnAll & ."cGOHHELL DRUG CO.
' (FOUR REXALL STORES)
Corner 16th and Dodge al treat a. Marrard rfearmacy, 94th sad rax.
Owl Drag Oo, la and Harney t. jloyal Pharmacy, 807-80 ST. 18th.
: others." said Commissioner W, M. Con
I oley of Florida when Florida dedicated
! the alte of Ita state building on the
I grounds of the Panama-Pacific Interna
tional exposition. Other Florida commis
sioners present were V, P. Felt snd J. V.
Bainple. Preceding tho program on the
grounds there was a luncheon at the
Palace hotel given by the president and
director of the ex poaltlon, and a review
of troops at Fort Wlntlald Scott. '
ah,-. . ' WWrrr m
I IS' ft E" ft ft 1 1 Tft DftmftmtiftH !
and ' My
invite the iuuhiniI public to investigate the Boudoir
Player Piano now xn exliilition at 1513 Douglas street
hhow wi in low
securing u player-jjiaut playing
v 88-Note Rolls
on terms of 'anh and $10 a month, with plenty of
music rolls free. This
Player PSano $298
can be exchanged at Miy time within one year and all
payments made thereon can be applied toward an
r any . f the many different high grade pianos carried
in the great musical Mock of -
1513-15 DOUGLAS STREET
l".,'.!!.mia.i.ii1 r. aMwaaamsasssmm " i'Mmihi.
n n r? n
CHINA TO HAVE EXHIBITS
OF MACHINERY AT BIG FAIR
Fpr the first time In the history of
China that nutlon will have machinery
xhlhlta at a world exposition when tho
Panama-Pacific International exposition
opens In 1915. China haa asked and has
been granted S.ttiO square feet In the Pal
ace of Machinery, the largest of the ex
position structures. Workmen have been
at work for several wceka on the Chlneau
pavilion on the exrxaitlon grounda and
the structure promlsca to be one of tha
nest Interesting of thoae being built to
reprraent forty foreign nations.
JAPS PERFECTING FAIR
EXHIBITS F0R THEIR SITE
Commissioner General Yamawakt to
' ti e Panama-Pacific International expo
. sitlon has promised that Japan's mag
nificent exhibit will be perfected In every
detail when the exposition oens In Feb
ruary 20, 1V15. Japan haa appropriated
liiOo.OUt' and the pavilion will be built by
Japanese workmen. One of the features
of the Japanese site at the exposition will
t be a garden of 150.000 square feet which
j will be stocked with plant a, rocks and
soil brought from the land of the mikado.
ART EXHIBITS GIVE WAY
TO PANAMA EXPOSITION
So comprehensive la to be the disnlav
of paintings and atatuary embraced In
the International loan collection at the
I PHnnma.TBrlfte InttTiiatinnul kiwi.ltina
i that many annual art exhibits are to give
way to the exposition In 1SI.V The Car
j lie gla Inatitute of Pittsburgh haa notified
tl.e exposition that It Hill not hold a IS" If,
! exhibit ard this will be the firit time In
eighteen years that there has been no
I uni ual dlspla) .
ONE EXPOSITION PALACE
Officials of the Panama-Pacific Inter
national exposition have received notifi
cation from the government at Washing
ton that all I'nited rUatea government
i exhibits will be ahown In tha fcvuo.tk gov.
ernment building. The available space In
other exhibit palacea has been greatly
oversubsrrllwd and thla will relieve tho
j congestion for the opposition palaces.
Has taken the Place of the
Old-Fashioned "Wash Day"
You Save a Day
the Electric Way
The Electric Washer does
your washing early-leaving
plenty of time to do the
ironing in comfort on the
-same day-with the Elec
IS the number to call when you want some wiring done.
IT is the number to call when you need repairs on your
door bell, your electric lights, your electric iron in fact,
all your electrical appliances.
IT is the number to call when you want Lighting Fix
tures for your residence, office or store, or when you
want any kind of electrical device. IT will pay you to
Omaha Electric Light
& Power Co.
WOLFE ELECTRIC CO.
1810 FARNAM ST.
If a salesman is wanted to look after a particular
territory, if office helpers are required, if there 'a
need for workers in the factory, if the cook or maid
has given notice of leaving in all roch instances the
first thought is the Want Ad columns of The Omaha
The Want Ads of The Eee am read and used by
ambitious men and women the most efficient in'
in their respective lines. Bee Want Ads are ever
changing, right up-to-date, quick in bringing return
and inexpensive in cost.
Telephone Tyler 1000
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