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THE BEE: OMAHA, Tl EvSlUV, FEBRUARY 17, 1!)14.
Three Free Trips and Expenses to Panama Exposition . , , , ., , (S (Jw3tfWj (gjwftw &W Importing p Grocers. t Table (5 DelicacieaT Connects with ?) Stores by " West Arcade. I SPECIAL CANDIES FOR GEORGE WASHING TON'S BIRTHDAY. Candy HatchaU and Shields with ffueat'a nanii on ai plao cardi. ' Old Fnslilone'l Peanut Candy, per lb French Nougat c I .......ISO 400 German Tort Cakta Something now ntnl tlollclous. No bnkiiK powder Just plenty of erg, cream und sugar, each "oo IRISH ENTIRE WHEAT BREAD. Kat the bread that mudo Irishmen and women live 120 yearn and more. This Is the one Hlmple food that makes pure blood ana good lipulth. Made from the recipe of Prof. A. I Frost. He sure to ask for IRISH KNTIllB WHEAT DREAD, per loaf 30O On Bale "Wednesday. COFFEE AND TEA. You can make the best cup of Cofee on earth by using Lotus Ankola Wend, per lb 40 """X,otU3 Japan Tea. guaranteed free from coloring,! H-lb 30o 1.1b i 65o COURTNEY'S LIQUORS FOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES ARE UNEXCELLED. 'I,otus Whiskey," full iuart 91.00 With each bottle, a. bottle of Sherry or Port, FREE. Bottled in Hond. "Old Taylor," full quart 91.10 "Old Pierre Mont" Urandy, lurge bottle, regular price $1.25. per bottle ...81.00 "Old Abboy" Apricot Brandy, reguac. price $1.25. per bottle, $1.00 "Ix)tus" Whiskey, per gallon S4.00 Fine California Brandy, per gallon S4.00 With each gallon of Whiskey or Urundy, a quart bottle or Port, -Sherry or Muscatel, FREE. (Jw5Sj (wj?fl (WW I 4- Notice to contestants Wext Tntiday tr will publish the tandlnff of all contestants who have turned In their nomination coupons or cash checks for votes In this eon test. Qet your receipts In by Satnr day evening-, so that your standing will appear In the list, thus letting your friends know that yon are com petlnr for a trip to the ranama ex-posltlon. Contestants' Standing Kama. ray M. Watts . . . Xuth A. Plnney. . unanes xau.'. ... Mrs, Emma Ferry ajijia. bum Robert Iiewla Loman. Wllki Ward Ho. of Totes. 1,663,331 1,640,630 1,009,33s '403,S8l 84,079 87,748 The "Harmony" Girl is Herel l 1 1 : .:i.a u.j. : n.-a-.. i i .... n: emng iuiici Hrticics, mnuc in susiun ai luw rnuus Miss Agues Duffy will be most pleased to bIiow you the "Harmony" line of Toilet Waters, Sachet Powdore, Talcums and Cold Cream, explaining tbo merits of this exquisite line of toilet prepar ations, wl)lch Includes many more. 93 Hair Tonic, at. . . 50c, $1.00 and $2.00 Violet Dulce Cold Cream.... U5c ana 50 Violet Dulce Vanishing Cream 50 Violet Dulce Face Powder, 3 Bhades, per box at 506 Vlol6t Dulco Dry Theatrical Itouge, per box at .. 15c and 25eJ Violet Dulce Toilet Water, 75c and $1.25 Violet Dulce Complexion Powder, cakes in mirror box 25i Bouquet .leanlce Concentrated Extract, per Jmna, ounpjj $1.00 ago. ' liouquet jcanice, sacnei, per oz.. Bouquet Jeanice Toilet Water. $1.00' Bouquet Jeanice Talcum, intensely per fumed of an exquisitely fine quality, per box , 506 This lino also includes the highly per fumed lino of toilet specialties, includ ing toilet waters, complexion powders and sachets under the well known D'Artagnan brand. Shampoo Roxalh Shampoo Paste 256 Pnste, 25c Rexall 'Cream of Almond 256 nexall 03 I! a ir Tonic, 50c, $1, $2. Violet Dulce Toilet Water 7So and $1. SHERMAK & McOONHELL DRUG CO. VOVtt GOQ1) J)UUfJ AND TOILET GOOD STORES. Xary J. Aberly 33,173 u. a. Kystrom m.uaf Sam Steinberg 7,311 Krs. X. W. Oarbtnas 6,087 Mrs. K. S. Smith U." Clyde J. Luther 1i639 Zoe Sohalek 1.3 50 Herbert O. WeUs 1.000 W. J. KetUen 1,000 Chris Blmonson, Utlca, Xefc 1,000 JnUaa Xarrts.. l,0O Harry J. Severson 1.000 Minor a. Xennedy ,1,000 Herbert C. Z.nndon 1.000 Marie &. Rivers 1.000 Jennie X. Washburn 1.000 Carles O. Thomas 1.000 Myrtle O. Harrison 1.009 Mrs. James Mortlmore 1.000 Henrietta Swansen 1.000 Mrs. Robert T. Jones 1,000 James X.. xulakofsky 1.000 Myron Berorrest 1.000 T. a. Thompson .r- 1.000 Krs. George B. Bvarts 1.000 LonUe Fannlncrberir 1.000 Iui Horton i.ooo Henry . Xing , 1.000 Mrs. miian X.owden 1.000 Samuel I. HodV 1.000 John riloker 1.000 Jule Waohsteln 1.000 Harry Erney 1.000 airs. x. Beverldge Un. Pinna, ntmla . 1.000 , WUUam Wlnquett 1.000 Oretclien Edgar 1.000 Dirigible Airship to Make Passenger Trips During Fair The ranama-Pacltlc International ex position has made an agreement with the Parsdval company of Hamburg, Germany, to operate a Parscval dlrlKible nt tho exposition. The dirigible will be the largest over constructed, having a length of ISO feet and a width of 80 feet and will cost :S0.- 000. The hangar, or house In which It will bo kept when on exhibition, will bo portable, constructed In Germany nt a cost of 160,000. A gas plant will be built, costing 10,000. The gigantic airship will make trips of fifty miles length, carry- Ing passengers, at tS each. Two licensed crews of eight members In each crew. from Germany, will accompany the dirigi ble to America and npetate It while at San Francisco, When not making reirular trips the Parseval will bo on exlhlbltlon at tho hangar. Here exposition visitors will havo an opportunity to explore. Us spacious interior, comprised of observa tion rooms, sleeping iooniH, diner, kitchen, bath, smoking room, reading room and all accessories that provide a modern transportation car with th com forts of trael. FOOD ADULTERATION TO BE DEMONSTRATED James C. Wisely. Bars i.ee , Wayne Riley I H. W. Beoker Mrs. Jennie Martin Lillian B. Brlokson, Xaarney, Neb. John Cepleoha, Burwell, Neb 1,000 1,000 1.000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 ROUND-THE-WORLD AIR FLIGHT ATTRACTS MANY The first round-the-world air flight Is planned to Btart from tho grounds ot tho Panama-Pacific International exposition In Stay, 1915. Airmen from all the na Hons of civilization, In air craft ot every type, will contend for the largest prize fund ever offered In uny sporting -event In history. Three hundred thousand dol lars will be distributed among tho vlo tors. The route will pass eastward across the American continent, the Atlantic, l Europe, Hussla, Asia and tho Pacific ocean to Alaska, thence the flyers will proceed to San Francisco. A tlmo limit of ninety days Is placed I upon tho contest, which will have tho sanction of the Federation Acronautlque Internationale, tho central organization of ncrnautical bodies In every civilized country on the. globe. The housewife who visits the Panama'' Paciflo International exposition will find In the Palace of Liberal Arts an exhibit of tho methods of adulteration ot food products, drugs and even of' dry goods, and will have tho privilege of seeing daily demonstrations of ways ot detect ing these adulterations, v Chlefx Theodore Hardee of tho department has planned this an a special pure food educational display. Ilcst methods employed In pre serving fouds In all parts ot the gtobe will bo shown. How to Win a Free Trip to the Pana ma Exposition llulrn ot Contest. 1 The rice offers and will award three i round-trip tickets and expenses to the Panama Exposition, tho total cost ot each trip to be. $200, as prizes to the threo con testants having the greatest number ot points at the closo ot the contest. 2 This contest open to everybody ex cept employes of advertisers on this page and of The Bee. 3 The contest pago will bo published one day each week and will run for a period ot one year. 4 Points will be figured on tho basis ot on point for each' 1 cent shown on cast) checks or receipts for purchases made from advertisers on this page. 6 Cash checks must b deposited at or mailed to "Panama Contest Edllor" Tho lice not later than thirty days from dat-j of payment ot same and receipts will bo Issued for them. Contest to closo November 7, 19H. All cash tickets and receipts must be turned Into The 13co office not later than 9 p, in. on closing day ot contest, or It mailed, must be postmarked not later than that hour. 1BIG QUESTION OF RADIUM AT PANAMA EXPOSITION Itadlum, tha rarot and costliest of all minerals, tho ouratlvo and energizing powers ot which aro holding tho atten tion of tho solentlflo world, will bo ono of the most important exhibits at tho Panama-Pnclflc International exposition, The Intrinsic valuo of material shown at tho exhibit will reach a fabulous sum. "DO IT ELE0TRI0ALLY"-4,DO IT ELECTRICALLY" S Wireless Lessons Free o 9 S 01 WOLFE ELECTRIC CO. Ipq 1810 FARNAM STREET. Many of tho most important and hcaV' lest tasks In the nrenaratlon of the ex position havo beon completed. Such ate tho Installation or the water, urainage, and elcctrlo conduit systems: tho con struction of scuwalls, wharves and freight rercy sup, ot mo siannaru gauge terminal railroad system ana other iiocessmcs. i I A Dry Cleaning Service Mixed With Brains! Almost ANY cleaner will give you a utoreotyped talc ot "Scrv Ice," but WHAT other cleaner has placed a branch In Omaha's largest department store just.to SERVE you quicker and handler. "SVE have maintained such an agency right along in the Brandels Stores, to say nothing of our Drosher Tho Tailor branch at 1516 Farnam St. Wo prepay oxpress or parcel post charges one way on all out of town shipments amounting to ?3 or over; we main tain a perfect battery of Autos for delivery; wo have a privato branch phone exchange that brooks no delay and the moment an Improved piece of oquipmont comes along wo INSTALL it. In Bhort we mix "brains" with every bit of SERVICE wo Yendw; wo spend all our timo in MAKING GOOD instead of inventing excuses as to why we haven't. PHONE TYLER 345 FOR SERVICE Dresher Brothers Dry Cleaners-Dyers $57,000 PLANT AT 22JL1-2213 FARNAM STREET. OMAHA, NEB. WILL SHOW RARE CHINESE FABRICS AT SAN FRANCISCO The rarest fabrics produco.1 In China will be exhibited at tho Panama-Paclfla International exposition. Dr. T, C. Chu, counselor of tho ministry of Industry and commerce of China, and special commis sioner to tho exposition, announces that the Chinese architect who Is to design tho Chinese pavilion will reach San Fran cisco soon. China will expend 1800,000 on Its display, says Dr. Chu. Tho exhibit will be concerned principally with tho liberal arts, manufactures and agricul tural pursuits of tho republic At the closo of tho exposition the pa vilion, which will be of permanent con struction, will be presented to the Ameri can people. GERMANS TO DEMONSTRATE THE POTASH INDUSTRY The Reichstag of Germany has ap proved tho expenditure of 600,000 marks, or J 123,000, for an exhibit of the potash Industry of Germany at the Panamu Paclflc International exposition. Tho exhibit will show potash in va rious forms and will demonstrate the value of the fcrtlllzor by showing tho growth of plants and trees where potash Is used. 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 Capital, $500,000 Surplus, $500,000 I Undivided profits,$240,000 Total deposits, $7,000,000 THE MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK 13ith and Farnam Streets LUTHER DRAKE, President FRAK r. HAMILTON, Vice Prenideut FRED P. HAMILTON, Cashier B. H. MEILE, Assistant Cashier C. B. DUGDALE, Assistunt Cashier NOTE: Votes will not be allowed for other than bona fide new saving accounts. Full number of votes will be allowed up to sixty days before close or contest wnen a uinii oc ju.uuu win ue pmccu un eara n v FREE NOMINATION COUPON GOOD FOR 1000 VOTES Scud or bring this coupon to tho "Panama Contest Editor" of tho Bee and you will receive 1000 votes in tho Panama Contest. Only one coupon will he credited to a person. , ' , Name Address You oan learn to he a Wireless Expert in your spare time. Wo will give you a Course of wireless telegraphy consisting of twenty complete -lessons? free with your purchaso of wireless goods from our stock. We are agents for Tho -Elect ri(i importing. Co. of Now York, ami cany full'line of everything for tho Experimenter. THE ELECTRIC SHOP TYLER 1414 2 On the Lincoln Highway. 8 p "Wiro for us and wo"U wiro for you." 7'D0 IT ELECTRICALLY" "DO IT ELECTRICALLY"" Xntrn on I'nunnin Rxiiosltlnn. The ministry of commerce of Japan has announced offlclnlly that .Tapun will par ticipate In tho Panama. Pacific Interna tional exposition at 8an Kranclsco in 191C. Tho amount for the Japanese rep- icsoniation wiucn nan neen recommended by the Japanese authorities Is JTOO.OOO. The colors of the official flair of th Panama-Pacific International exposition are blue, gold and orange. 'At fly and hoist there Is a blue triangle, the anicc of each centering In a gold oval In the middle of the flag, upon which a blue uattlesnip is silhouetted. Above and be low tho central figure are fields of oranges. Tha United Statos cnmmlaalnn tn Knnlli America, renresentimr the Panama. Pa cific International exposition, reports that an me seven countries visited by them urazn. Uruguay, Argentina, Uhlle, Ilo- uvia. Peru and Venezuela will have ex tensive exhibits at the nxnoslllnn. A r iron Una recently appropriated ll.S0O.000 of government funds, which place that nai'on in i no ncao or all foreign coun incs pariicipaiing. lSlKht of the nine renowned nalntim engaged to produce the mural decorations lor the Panama-Paclllc International ex position aro busily engaged betting up their canvases In an Improvished studio In tho huge Palace of Machinery. The artists aro Edward Hlminons, Frank Du Mond, William I. Dodge, K. Milton Ban croft. Hobcrl neid, Charles Holloway, Child Ilassam and Arthur Matthews. Frank Ilrangwyn, the ninth painter. Is In Iondon and Is not expected here until October, when he will come with finished canvases. A. "Bee Exhibit" Is being planned under the direction of Thomas G. Htalloinlth. chief of the department of agriculture of tho Panama-Pacific exposition. The bees. Installed in glass hives, whero visitors can "watch queens, workers and male-i, will ha'o the range of the many hundred acres of flowers which will be blooming unon the grounds continuously for the months of the exposition. The other decorators have assembled In Han Fran cisco with half-finished paintings, so that tney may tone ineir canvases to tne color scheme of the exposition. The pointing machine, a mechanism for the enlargement of statuary from models. Is being usod for the first time In the art department of a great exposition at tho Panama-Pacific International exposition studios. The machine was Invented by Robert Paine, who, as assistant to August Bt Caudena at the tlmo of the Chicago World's fair, conceived the. Idea that th laborious work or preparing colossal sculptural figures rould be done morn quickly by mechanical means. The ma cnlne allows the ccmpletlon of work which before consumed a year or more. In one month. Benj. 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