BEK: OMAHA, TI'ESDAY, MARCH
11, 1913. .
Sfijj3k Wilson Inauguration Views at Krug Theatre jHJEflMHS
i 5 Omaha s first Blmpsc of tho inaugura-, official life arc seen. Tho views are slRht, too. for the man who watches the ST k 1
- fj& ftn0)SSi ( VrtkV!r?'' tlon of Wood row Wilson as the twenty- exceptionally Rood, and show President pictures is able to see the mobs Jamming SyfSSi' Jr 1 vU -SsZW "OlS'
WMJllSiif eighth president of the United States i Wilson taking tho oath of Inauguration, their way to views, cheering und run- L 'w&TS v1 lJ,ft&CSt
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white uh Fon prices.
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There Is nn much difference be
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W. E. RIGGS, maker
Omaha's first glmpsc of tho Inaugura
tion of Woodrow Wilson as the twenty
eighth president of the United States
Is had at the Krug theater this week,
where oxccllcnt motion pictures taken
by tho Pathe Film company are being
thrown on the screen at each perfor
mance of "The Orientals." a real good
In the pictures all the leading persons
are seen, Including William Jennings
Bryan, the famous Nebraskan, who has
now assumed tho state secretaryship.
The supreme court Judges, the foreign
envoys and all the leading leaders or
official life arc seen. Tho views are
exceptionally good, and show President
Wilson taking tho oath of Inauguration,
his reception of nryan and Taft Just
! nt the close of his speech, the large
crowds cheering and tho mob In tho
benches back of tho president.
Splnullil IMctiircn, .111.
The Pathe operator had a splendid
point of vantage for taking views of tho
parade and he gives somo very Interest
ing glimpse of Pennsylvania avenue. The
West Point cadets and the famous regu
lars are seen marching along tho thor
oughfare. The crowds are an Interesting
sight, too. for the man who watches the
pictures is able to see the mobs Jamming
their way to views, cheering und run
ning. The crowds that lined the windows and
porches nlong tho street cheered wildly
for Wilson and Uryan, and the popu
larity of the famous Nebraskan Is proved
by the pictures and action of the persons
In tho pictures. As the parado went to
the capltol, Taft was on the right side
of the carriage, as It returned ho was
on tho left, for Wilson was then presi
dent. This fact Is brought out in the
Shinn's Unique Exhibit at Big Show
XAXXS BACON X.AX8.
KICJH ORADBi Or SAUSA9B.
KANH & RINIERSPACHER CO.
Tli Bust of the Sntlrs flhow,
B. O. rXSHEB'g
LA ZEUS CHOCOLATES
For sale by T. J. MoVXTTZB,
Orphanm Theater Candy Shop.
See the new mlnaturo hotel, which
is being erected in Hastings, Nob.,
irrude In candy.
Nebraska & Iowa
Steel Talk Co.
Steel Tanks, Troughs,
Grain Storage Tanks,
Feed Bins, Etc., Etc.
Highest Orads Material and
Special Stslgna to Ordar.
With a unUiuo display of lightning rods
and parts, tho W. C. Shlnn exhibit at tho
show Is attracting unusual attention. As
a Nebraska piodilct tho Shlnn lightning
rod, said to excel any lod manufactured
j In this country. Is deserving of Nebraska
j patronago and Is receiving It. Following
wr a few reasons for the superiority of
(this over other lightning rods:
j 1. W. C. Shlnn has been engaged in the
I manufacture of lightning rods for many
2. He has In nls employ a large body of
expert workmen who thoroughly under
stand lightning rod construction.
3. He uses In his cable only copper
that has a conductivity of V.X per cont
and has a commercially P'ir West of '9.5
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TWENTIETH CENTUIIY FAIIMEK,
The Lincoln Tannery
Oldest Tannery in Nebraska
Established 1896 Send for price list and catalogue
H. HOLM, Proprietor
$ 75 of the Locomotives
Built In tlio United States for the yenr 1012 were equipped with
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Visit Our Kxhtblt, Hooth 11, Muln Fioor. ALUMINUM, I1RABS itnd
nitONfcE CASTINGS and tlio Metallic Packing will bo shown.
The Paxton-Mitchell Co.
, FACTORY 27th nnd Mnrthn Sta., OMAHA.
ppr cont. Not only In the cable, but
also In every part of tho Shlnn rod he
uhcs tho bqst materials,
4. That every agent of W. S. Shlnn Is
thoroughly Instructed In tho proper
method of Installing Shlnn lightning rods.
5. That tno correctness of Installation
of every Shlnn lightning rod Is further In
suted by thn fact that It Is examined ly
n state Inspector direct from the factory
of W. C. Shlnn.
f. That the said W. O. Shlnn gives
every purchasor a bond whose face
value equals the cost of the rods,
pledged that If the building rodded with
Shlnn rods Is damaged by lighting he will
refund tho prlco of tho rods. Should he
Inll to do oo you can cash this bond
through your local bank at the National
Bank of Commerce, Lincoln, Neb.
7. That W. C. Shlnn Is securely held
by a 175,000 bond executed by the Na
tlona Fidelity and Casualty company of
Omaha and deposited with the National
Bank of Commerce of Lincoln, Neb.,
whereby this concern guarantees that tho
claims and promises of W. C. Shlnn
will bo carried out to tho letter.
These facts as here set forth and as
will later bo shown by testimony, do
firmly establish the claims of W. C.
Shlnn as manufacturer of tho best light
ning rod ever made. The reasons here
given are enough to convlnco any fair.
Just and reasonable man, and as such we
have no fears as to your decision.
MAKING CANDYJN NEBRASKA
Fremont Candy Kitchen One of Best
Known in State.
SUBSTANTIALLY FOUNDED THERE
(Jooil SiTrets Mnmifneturril nnil
I'lne 1'roduota Hold AH Over
State to llcnt Deal
ers In Kvrry City.
The Fremont Candy Kitchen was
started In a small way at Fremont about
nine years ago. John l'etrow had learned
tho business of candy making under tho
direction of one of the best manufac
turers of sweets In the country, so there
was no misgiving on his part when he
opened hln first business enterprise at
Fremont. From r. small beginning tho
establishment steadily grow, not only
In tho esteorn of local patrons; but when
Mr. Ptrpw opened up his salesroom to
retailers In the splendid territory sur
rounding Fremont, his business began to
grow by lea,ps and bounds, until tho list
oi customers luucneu every town 01 oun
sequencd In the whole section of coun
try tributary. In the manufacture and
Jobbing of capdlcs nnd lea cream, tho
Fremont Candy Kitchen has taken high
rank with tho trade, and Its yearly out
put shows a continually swelling figure,
The success of the Fremont establishment
prompted Mr. Petrow to enlarge tho field
of his operations and It was only i year
or two ago that he established, with
others, the Crystal Candy company of
Omaha, and that store, like tho one nt
Fremont, Jumped Into Instant popularity
and has made splendid progress. Purity
and promptness aro the two great essen
tials In the making of either candles or
ice cream, tlio one to please the pitron.
tho other to satisfy tho dealer, nnd theso
two principles have found first favor In
Mr. Pctrow's notions of how best to do
volop, maintain and strengthen his stand
ing with the dealer and tho customer.
Personally, Mr. Petrow stands high with
his trade ever courteous, obliging and
ambitious to please. Jealous of tho repu
tation of his products, nlcrt.to alt that
Is now and novel In manufacture of
crenm or candles.
Pianos, Very Fine,
Shown at Big Show
by Omaha Makers
Schmoller & Mueller are showing ut
tho Made-ln-Nebraska show the pianos
and player pianos which they make In
their own factory here In Omaha. Dur
ing the early days of the exposition hun
dreds visited their booth (No. 32) to in
spect the Instruments and without excep
tion all havo been deeply Impressed with
tho superior points that they possess.
Being made In Nebraska Is assurance that
theso Instruments aro good and thousands
of owners of the Schmoller & Mueller
pianos nnd players throughout the west
arc delighted with' them.
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Phon Botiflss 1043
STAND-PIPES ' TANKS OREROIUNGS
Pyre Rye and Bourbon
"Vilvetini Freckle Cream
Chases Freckles While
A safe and suro remedy for re-
Tlic Kffrct or Constant llrtrenttnp.
"r never can understand these sirateglo
"What's the matter now?"
"Why, hero 1 seo tho Turks are re
treating again. They've been retreating
steadily for a dozen weeks or more."
"Well, the way I figure It out they
must be somewhere In the vicinity of
Australia by this time." Cleveland Plain
Object of Dinner
The early return of post card reserva
tions for tables and seats for the Good
Fellowship meeting to be held nt the
Commercial club Thursday night of this
wcok already assures success for the
event. This Is tho first attempt by the
new entertainment committee, of which
Sam Burns. Jr., Is chairman. Already
moro than forty resorvatlons hove been
made and the announcement was not sent
out until Friday.
Tho dinner will be given at 6:30 and
while a cabaret entertainment will be
provided that Is to bo only Incidental. The
main purposo of tho mee-.ng Is to get
acquainted with each other. The night
meeting will afford many mombers an
opportunity to dine at the Commercial
club, which they are otherwise denied on
account of being unable to leavo their
own businesses during the noon hour.
Many private tables are being reserved
and already sevoral bridge tables have
been arranged for. After the dinner there'
will bo cards, pool, billiards, talkfesU
or anything a member desires to do. It
Is predicted by the entertainment com
mittee that this event will prove next In
popularity to the dinner to sons of mem
bers given recently, at which 600 were
The dlnnor is to be Informal In every
way and every member of the club, ac
tlvc, nonresident and honorary, has been
sent a special Invitation to attend.
The unreal pleasures of life are tho
The self-made man never falls to wor
ship his creator.
Are what wq sell. Our suits
have not only
But they aro absolutely all
Made in Omaha
We aro the only tailors
trying on coats in the bast
ings and making every gar
ment in Omaha at these
$15, $1 $20
Tho Aluminum Front In
Orphcum Theater Hutldlng.
AUTIIUn Ij. LKMON,
15th nnd Hnrnoy St.
So. Omnhn Store, 428 N. 24th St.
Made in Nebraska.
Most popular and finan
cially largest Fraternal
Jjife Insurance Society
in the United States.
Made in Omaha.
Monthly Bates estab
lished Sept. 1st, 1901,
and no change contem
plated. Largest Fraternal Life
in America. A profit
able asset. A very few
desirable office rooms
and two store rooms for
rent, 14th and Farnam
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J. T. YATES,
WILSON STEAM BOILER CO.
Overhaul and Repair Bollara
Tanks, Smokestaoks, Breoc&lngv,
Boilers and Sheet Iron Work.
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30TB ANS CENTER STB., OMAHJV,
History of Piano Up to the Present Day-
moving frecklofl, liver spots and
dark BtrenVs around the neck.
Price 60c. For sale by all Omaha
drugglBta and tho moat progros
Blve druggists In every town.
See our exhibit on stage,
A lonK thin box with ono string
tretche! over a movable bridge, Invented
by tho Egyptians 3,000 years before'Chrlst,
waa probably tho "Adam" of tho piano
world. The Greeks imitated It 2,400 years
later In their monochord, supposed to
have been Invented by Pythagoras.
Developed from this there came In the
middle ages a series of kindred Instru
ments known as the psalterion, dulcimer,
clavichord, cUvlcltherum, virginal, harp
sichord and spinet, all stringed Instru
ments, with hummers of some sort, somo
worked by keys and some by striking the
strings by hammers held In the hand.
Queen Elisabeth of England Is said to
have been proficient In playing on the
virginal, The psalterion had brass and
steel wires that wer struck by hand with
a rod or hammer. The clavichord has i
clavier, or keyboard, by which little
plates of copper, moved by finger action
on the keys, caused the strings to vibrate.
The elavtcithemm was a still further im
provement, with leather hammers, but
with strings of gut. The virginal was
' similar. The harpsichord was shaped llkn
a modern grand piano and hod two key
boards. Tho spinet was a square harp
sichord. There is n dlffercnco of opinion
as to whether the first piano was mado
In Italy or Germany; Moore's Encyclo
pedia of Music speaks of It as of German
origin and Grove's Dictionary of Music
and Musicians suys it Is of Italian origin.
However, Grove know of some letters ex
isting in Italy that wero probably not
known to Moore, and ho says;
"Earliest mention of the name (piano
forte) appears in lttters of n musical In
strument maker named I'allarlno, dated
June 7 nnd December 31, 1598, and ad
dressed to Alfonso II, diiHti of Modena."
Inferences In tho letters to the making of
the Instrument indicate that It was some
thing Uko a clavichord, ft was tho piano
of ChrUtofori of Florence, mado In 17C0,
that was the model for the first piano
factories. Vlanos were first manufactured
In number' by Ztumpf of Ion3on In 17G0,
Ho became wealthy In a short time, in a
few years Sllbermann of Germany hegan
to coinpeto with hlin and In 1706 Erard
nros, of Paris entered the field. The up
right piano was Invented by 'Hancock of
Westminster, England. The first piano
In America was Imported by John Jacob
Astor In 17&1. The first American-made
piano waa built In Philadelphia In 1790.
America took the lead In piano manu
facture In 1815 and han held it. No foreign
pianos are Imported to tho United States,
but American pianos are sold all over
Way to Stop Leaks
in Automobile Tires
Tound at Hastings
The Hastings Vulcanizing company
have added to their business a factory,
manufacturing the H. S. Antl-Alr Leak
compound, which will stop all punctures
and leaky valves, and at the same time
use the same air cushion that you always
usqd. The firm guarantees this H. 8.
Antl-Alr Leak compound not to be In
jurious to rubber. I: will not freeze and
will not Interfere with vulcanising. In
formation may be had from the Hast
tngs Vulcanizing company at Hastings.
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they are sub
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Because bottled In a sanitary fac
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raoirs us you oxbsb.
Wo Deliver to All Tarts of City
SLOUP-SHERRY BOTTLINQ CO.
Douglas 739 B, 1603 Webster St.
1KE MEYERS BROOM WORKS
Maaufactursrs of High Ortds
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All these Broads hear VnloU Label.
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HYDRAULIC PRESS BRICK
Used in best buildings in the west see our exhibit at the
and learn what brinks should be used in your buildings
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W. O. Wo BUILDING
Omaha & Council
Be careful in getting
on and off cars while
the large crowd is in
the city for the "Made
in - Nebraska" Show
and you will help us
prevent accidents . . .
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