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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 8, 1914)
TIIF. HKK: OMAHA, Tt'KSDAY, SKPTFflVKi; 8, l!)U.
Receipts From Merchants on This Page Are Valuable
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
Surplus, $500,000 '
Total deposits, $7,000,000
THE MERCHANTS UATI0I1AL BA.IK
13th and Farnam Streets
LUTHER DRAKE, President
FRANK T. HAMILTON Vice President
FRED P. HAMILTON, Cashier
B. II. MEILE, Assistant Cashier
C. B. DUGDALE. Assistant Cashier
NOTE: Votss w!ll not s llowsd for other than bona fids new avinii
account. Pull number of vote will be allowed up to sixty daye before
cloee of contesi when ajlmlt of 10.000 will be placed on each new account.
N0TICF TO CONTESTANTS
Meet Tuesday we will pnbUeh the
taadlu of ell coateatente who have
turned la their nomination eonpene
or caah checks for votes la this con
test. Oet ronr receipts In by Bstur
dy eTenlnr. so that your staadlnr
wUl appear in th. list, thus lUln
ycur friends know that yon are cotn
petlnr for a trip to the Fanama exposition.
r Notice About Drugs
Notwithstanding the European war condition which have no
seriously Interfered with commercial transactions, our stock of crude
drugs, chemicals, dye stuffs, pharmaceuticals, toilet goods, perfum
eries, etc., is absolutely unbroken.
Our long established policy of making purchases in round quan
tities direct from manufacturers or Importers, is now of the greatest
advantage to both ourselves and our customers. Our warehouse at
1514 Dodge street, which consists of 270 running feet of an orderly,
well-kept stock. Is now a source of great satisfaction to us.
We have thus far been obliged to advance prices on but a few
items, and can at the present time supply every article demanded In
this market. Our policy will be not to advance with the market, but
to give our customers, in almost every instance, the benefit of our
own well fortified commercial condition.
Now, more than ever, the slogan la true:
"YOU SAVE TIME AND MONKY BY TRADING AT
THE REXALL STORES"
SHERMAN & F.lcCOniiELL DRUG GO.
16th and Dodge fits.
Owl Drug Co., 16th and Harney Sts. , ,
Harvard Pharmacy, 24th and Farnam Sts. ...
v Loyal Pharmacy, 207-9 North 16th St.
Everybody must have a
bracelet watch nowadays. It
is absolutely the most convenient
traveling or at home, and it has come to stay. See our
elaborate and varied display at all prices and in gold
filled as well as solid gold, with gold or porcelain dial,.
American or foreign makes; fine, dependable movement,
$15.50 to $32
. WE CROVfS
BP WE GOLDZH STAIRS
Attend the Great September
HOSFE QUALITY HOSPE GUARANTEE BACK OV
BUTIr SINCE 123
A Bungalow Mae. Just right for
j our rest room .................
KRANICH A BACH, 4o UP.
HIM UA II ft2AS I P.
BUSH e LANE. I8AO UP. '
CABI.E-NELSON, $2.TO IT.
TERMS TO SUIT.
tmmmrn la Am mmm
hmv USED PIANOS tnclud
Good Values. P '-?t 11 111 J '
r-y Term.. 1513-15 DOUGLAS STREET
Fay at. Watts
xtuth A. Planey
Mrs. Xnuna Perry
O. A. Mjstrora
Kobert laeeris Lownii
Msry . Aherly
Daniel A. Laoffsld
Mrs. . S. Smith
Clyde 3. Luther
Oraca 1) . Baker, Beatrtoe, Hs.
Herbert C. Wells
W. J. Mettlen
Chris Blmoneon. TJttaa, BTeh...
Harry J. Beversoa
Minor O. Kennedy
Herbert C. London
Marie H. Hirers
Jennie X. Washburn
Charles O. Thomas
Myrtle O. Harrison
Mrs. James Mortlmore
Mra. Robert T. Jonee
James I.. Hnlakofaky
T. O. Thompson
Mrs. Qeoree B. Xrarea
Henry H. Hinr
Mrs. luilan Lowdea
Saranal I. Book
Mra. H. BeTertdre
Mra. Pinna Circle
Barnes O. Wisely
H. W. Beoker
Mra. Jennie Martin
Lillian Zrloksoa. Kearney, Hen
John Cepleeha. Burwell. Heb.
Mrs. Hattle Oibnrn
Robert W. M&llk
. . 3.9S8
For 'Frisco Not
Hindered by War
The traffic department of the Panama-!a-f1c
International exposition has re-i-olved
word from eastern frMght fir
wardlns; airents that the Interruption of
transatlantic travel mused hy the Knrn
pean war III not Interfere with the
shipment from llollsnd of the hundred of
thousands of Imlhs for the expoHlon Kr
ilens. Ordore for the hulhs In Krrnt iimn
titles were placed with luth mirrerv.
men hy the landmape d-prtinent of the
exposition. An the ttiltpe. Iris and other
flowers InVluded In the order will form
an eseentUl part of the Isndsrape dooo
ratlon. considerable apprehenelnn wis
felt over the possibility that Hollahd
growers would he unnble to export the
bulbs. The shipment will be the largest
of the kind ever received In thla country.
The traffic department of the exposi
tion hita also received Word that a great
quantity of Knglish plants, flowers and
shrubs from Uverpool will shortly be
hipped to the exposition.
FAIR LIVE STOCK SHOW '
TO LAST ENTIRE YEAR
How to Win a Free
Trip to the Pana
Rales ef Tnatest.
1 The Bee otters aaid will award three
round-trip tickets and expenses to the
Panama Exposition, the total cost of each
trip to be tXJO. aa prize to the three) con
testente having th snateat number of
points at th close of th contest
2 This contest open to everybody ex
cept employes of advertiser on thla pace
und of Tb- Bee.
t Th contest psge will be published
on day each week and will run tor a
perlnj of on year.
4-PoinU will be figured on th bssls of
one point for each 1 cant shown on cash
check or receipt for purchases mad
from advertisers on thla pegs.
I Cash checks must b deposited at or
mailed to "Panama Contest Editor" The
Bee not later than thirty days from date
of payment of same and receipt will b
Issued for tbom.
Contest to close November T, 1914. All
rash tickets and receipt must b turned
Into Th Be office net later than I p, m.
on closing day of contest, or It mailed,
must be postmarked not later than that
Tfie live stock exhibit at the Panama
Pacific International exposition In San
Francisco will last throughout the period
of the exposition, from February 20 to
December 4. 1PIS. Competitions In the de
partment of live stock will take place In
October and Novemler of next year. In
addition to I1TKV which has been set
aside for caah premiums, other sums
have been appropriated by Interested live
stock associations, bringing the total to
127,000. A like amount Is offered In
ptise for trotting races, making more
than .riO(MKO for the greatest series of
llv stock events the world has known.
The ssnltery handling of milk and Its
products will be given special attention
In the dairy demonstrations.
TIN MINING PART OF EAST
INDIAN EXPENSIVE SHOW
Cochin and Indo-Chlna, with an appro
priation of UoO.OfiO. will make ap elaborate
oispiay or mining industries, particularly
of the products of the tin mines, at the
Panama-Pacific International exposition
In San Francisco In 191K. Java and the
Dutch Kast Indies will expend $:S0,OX) on
an especially comprehensive display and
pavilion. The deed to the site on the exposition-
grounds was delivered to the
Javanese commissioners In October. 1913.
WAR HAS NO EFFECT ON
FRENCH PANAMA DISPLAY
Scots to Convene
at San Francisco
M. Tirnisn, chairman of the French
National conunlcsion to the Panama-Pacific
International exposition, has cabled
Charles C Moore, president of the expo
sition, that the European war will not
affect France' participation in the expo
sition. France has appropriated $400,009
for Its participation and will make one of
the most artistic dlsplsys it has ever
made at an exposition outside of It own
to Show at Fair
(lam will make a unique exhibit at the :
Panama-Pacific International exposition,
one of the features being some of the I
sacred white elephants which will be j
sent to America by King (.'hulalong
Korn. In charge of his brother. Prince
Hajanl, who has been appointed exposi
tion commissioner, directing the expendi
ture of Slam's appropr atlon of $260,000.
AT PANAMA EXPOSITION
An army of men Is completing the I
landscaping of the Panama-Pacific Inter- '
national exposition. Huge date palms,
orange trees In Morsom, wisterias, flow.
erlng acacias, bsnana plants and great ;
tree ferns, beds of crocuses and daffo
dils, vast expanses of green lawn and
embankments, and trees fifty or sixty
feet in height, contrast with the Ivoi'y
yellow of the exhibit palace, with their
huge colonnsdes and peristyles. The er.
of construction Upon the exhibit palacrs
has passed and the Installation of the
world's exhibits has begun. Within a
few weeks thousands of exhibitors with
their army of attendants, will be Install
ing their displays. Altogether more than
70,000 tons of exhibits will be shown, the
freightage alone upon these entailing an
outlay of more than H.OXi.O;. From dnta
furnished by railroad msnagere through
out the Tnltcd States the traffic depart
ment of the exposition estimates that
more than 1,000.000 people will cross
the PJocky mountains to the Pacific coast
AFTER EXHIBITS CLOSE
The exhibit palaces at the Panama
Pacific? International exposition at Han
Francisco In 1915 will be open by day,
closing at sundown, but the concessions
district, the greAt "aone" will remain
open until 11 o'clock at nlht. Admission
to the exposition grounds for adults will
be W rents, while for children under 13
J ears of sue It will b 26 cent.
ANDERSON BELL, GROOM
OF WEEK, HANGS HIMSELF
After a week of married life Anderson
Bell, 3S19 Fowler street, ended his life by
He was found by Mrs. Nauglc and A.
Flynn, neighbor, who discovered , his
body swinging from a tree In the yard.
Bell wa 63 years old and a retired
farmer. He came here from Fremont
several years ago. He wss married to
a woman half his sge.
Two daughters survive. Mrs. Klla Camp
bell and Mrs. Blanche Davis, of Benson.
Again We Say:
"All Winter Clothes
Should be gotten in shape
NOW! Before the Rush!"
f season's Suits. Wrap. Furs, Drees,
Ovpnoatii und tho like will have to be
clonned; they'll have to be pressed; perhap
you should have them altered In style, or
We do alt thla to perfection: we will do H
"1 in the rush season with the best grace poa-
Hihle; but Y)HY should you WAIT? N br
shouldn't you HAVK the rlothea all In readi
ness whrn the COM) weather la HERE?
Threescore worker are ready to take hold
of your winter work.
Dry Cleaners Dyers
2211-2213 Farnam Street, Omaha. v
Own your horn. Ton n purchase on
on easy monthly payments Ilk rent
Read th real estate columns.
PUBLIC SCHOOL COURSES
OF STUDY TO BE REVISED
Superintendent E. t Graff of public
schools hsa announced the appointment of
several committees to supervise the revi
sion of the courses of study. A principal,
a high school teacher and one teacher
from each grade will compose the com
mittee appointed to revise each subject.
As soon this committee reports a num
ber of revised courses will be published
for distribution, s
On August 17, 191.1, members of the or
ders of Scottish Clans will gather at San
Francisco frc all parts of the ITnlted
mates and Canada fur the annual Royal
Clan convention. The day will b sig
nalized by the piping and dancing events.
The bagpipe " will include plbroehs
marches, strathspey and reels, with a
world's championship medal for the piper
making tlwe most points and rash prizes
tor those winning a place. The dancing
events will Include the Highland fling,
sword dance and reel O'Tulloch contests,
with a world's championship for th
dancer obtaining th most polat.
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.
The Low Cost
You can lower your laundry
cost by our service, which is ef
ficient and inexpensive.
Our square deal methods and
our neat work are pleasing thou
sands of Omaha homes.
Ask your neighbor.
"You are delighted when you open the package"
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PHONE DOUGLAS 919.
Keep your eyes open for THE
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future business success depends
on it. Watch these pages for
a series of Open Letters and
learn some fadts about THE
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message will appear tomorrow.
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We can wire your house, old or new, and furnish you
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WOLFE ELECTRIC CO.
TYLEE 1414. 1810 FARNAM ST.
WE ARE AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUb'tELEPHONE,
Day in and day out
you eat "omowbere and you jb:o somewhere that
you call home. You want that place to be a real
home and not just a name.
Especially if you're a stranger
in Omaha you want to live where
there's comfort and cheer where
you will meet congenial-people,
then select your home from the
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Don't waste any more time w.onderLng whera
you will find a satisfactory place to live, and if
you'll really be satisfied after you have found it,
Ko out tfxiny to any one of the places advertised ia
The Bee's Want Ad Columns and you can be sur
you have found a good home.
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THE OMAHA BEE
EvryMy ft Wrnnt Ada.
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