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THE BKfv OMAHA, TUESDAY. JUNE 30, 1914.
Receipts From Merchants on This Page Are Valuable 1v We Are Going to Shut up the "Shop" and Give Ourselves a HOLIDAY ON THE FOURTH of JULY 66 9 Wo believe we deserve ItJ And we believe, our employes deserve It also. So trust to us to forget business cares qn the glorious "Fourth." But we can handle YOUR wants BEFORE tho "Fourth." Send us your garments as late aB FRIDAY morning and wo will havo them back to you In tlmo for wear on Independence Day. So YOU, TOO, can cast asldo cares and have a genuine outing. And "rush work" or "no rush work" there Is only ONE GRADE of work turned out liore faultless premier peerless unbeatable inimitable at prices not a BIT higher than usual. PHONE TTM3U 345 BETTER P1IOXE SOON. Dresher Bros. Dry Cleaners-Dyers $57,000 Plant at 2211-2213 Farnam Street. Business Is Good Thank You! We are not doing all the work in this city no indeed, not but we are doing a lot and more of it, because we do our work right and we always, try to pleas6, and would rather give our customers a little more than they ask for. - For everything electrical see us. THE ELECTRIC SHOP 1810 Farnam St. 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 Undivided profits,$240,000 Total deposits, $7,000000 THE MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK 13th and Farnam Streets NOTICE TO CONTESTANTS Zfeit Tueay tt will publish ths standing of all contestants who hava turned in their nomination coupon! or cib check for votes In this con tact. Oet your receipts In by Satur day evening, so.tbat your standing trill appear In the list, thus lettlnr Tcur frlendi know that you are com peting for a trip to the Panama ex-poittlon. Contestants' Standing Name. . Ho. of Votes. Fay SI. Watts 3,379,3.11 Ruth A. Finney , 3,068,877 Mrs. Emma Ferry - .3,408,571 Charles Ball 3,430,186 Wilks Ward 350,343 Sylvia Hahne 341,100 O. A Hystrom 177,418 atobert x,ewls liowman 133,981 Mary J. Aberly S3.53S Arthur Wlldbeok 13,503 .uauiei a. j.ang'ieia Sam Steinberg; . . . . jaoaweu .roils . Mrs. 11. S. Smith. 1 Zoe Sohalek Fred Horn Grace 13. Baker, Beatrice, Web. Herbert C. Wells , W. J. Mettlen 'Chris Slmonson, Utica. Neb... Julian Harris Harry J. severson mnor u. Kennedy Herbert C. Iiundon Marie B. Hlvers Jennie K. Waihbnrn Charles O. Thomas (Myrtle O. Harrison I Mrs. James Mortlmora I Henrietta Bweneen Mrs. Bobert T. Jones James L. Kulakofsky Myron -"erorrest x. O. Thompson Mrs. Qeortre B. Evarts Louise Fannlnffberft". Paul Horton Henry B. Bins' Mrs. IilllUn z.owden Samuel X. Bock John Flloksr Jnlo Wachstein t Harry Erney Mrs. B. Beveridsre Mrs. Pinna Circle William Winauest Oretchen XMrar James O. Wisely . . . , Sara Xee i Wayne Klley H. W. Becker , Mrs. Jonnle Martin , Lillian Brlckson, Kearney, Neb John Ceplecho, Burwellt Neb., mru. abhis usourn Cbarles Hannlffan Bobert W, Mtilun , We are as near to you as your telephone. Tyler 1414 9,048 7.311 4,713 3,300 1,635 1,350 1,159 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 l.ooo 1.000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 liOOO 1,000 1,000 1,000 i:8gs 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 l.ooo 1,000 How to Win a Free Trip to tlie Pana ma Exposition ttnlrs of Contest. 1 The Bee offers mid wilt award three round-trip tickets and expenses to the Panama Exposition, the total coat of each trip to be $300, as prizes to the three con (estants havlnc tho greatest number of points at the close of the contest. '--This contest open to everybody ex cept era ploy en of advertisers on this pace and of The Bee. 5 The contest par will be published one day each week and will run for a perloJ of one year. 4-1'olnta will be figured on the basis of one point for each 1 cent shown on cosh checks or receipts for purchases made from advertisers on this pace. 6 Cash checks must bo deposited at or mailed to "Panama Contest Editor" The Bco not later than thirty days from date of payment of same, and receipts will be Issued for them. Cdntost to close November 7, 1911. Ail rash tickets and receipts must bo turned Into The Bee, office n t later than 9 p, m. on closing day of contest, or if mailed, must be postmarked not later than that hour. Flotsam nmt Jrtsam. Polk Akcra Is a dentlrt In Chicago. "The. time for freakish eowns for women Is paM," saws a fashion Jour nal. In our opinion It never arrived. I The fly has roturnwl. W don't know 1 wher he's been all the winter, but It i was some whet c where ho got nicely) rested. "Hums was a ploushbov and Hyron a Harrow boy,"' Jestlnsly remarks an Knc llsh paper- Correct abaut Ueotcc, ho was considerable of a rake. A western paper tells of "a collision between ft freight train and a heavily loaded passenger." Winn a passenge! gels In that condition he should keep oft the tracks. The Mexicans are not without some originality. Tako the case of a certain Mexlcnn maiden. When her lover gitnV cold, she (lathered nil his love letters In a heap, sat In tho midst of it, fired It and stoically burned to death upon this unique fUncrRl pyre. Boston Transcript. ISxpInlneil, Of course" It la really Impossible to pre vent this sott of thing; from tdlppliifr Into print occasionally, but when our esteemed correspondent sends It wo feel obtlged to relse the embargo He savs: "JudKinir from tho latest reports from th north of Ireland ever woman In Ulster carries a g;un, and mruiy of the babies are In nims, ,uvi.,a' Plain Dealer. FREE NOMINATION COUPON GOOD FOR 1000 VOTES Send or bring this coupon to tho "Panama Contost Editor" of tho Boo and you will recoivo 1000 votes in tho Panama Contest. Only ono coupon -will be credited to a person. Name Address CAMEO RINGS The very latest fashion is a heavy solid i?old rinp with a fin nmPporfoet cnt cameo, possessing artistic benuty and distinct value. A cameo is like a diamond or an old violin no two alike and each one an in dividual piece of work free from machine-made sugges tions. By direct import from ftnly and mounting vast quantities we can offer a perfect line from $4.75 o $9.75 and up AT THE SIGN OF $ 91 ANNOUNCING Another Reduction t i. ii. I . in Mil .1 i is I i M-'- Hiiiiifci mmmm LUTHER DRAKE, President FRANK 1. HAMILTON, Vice President FRED P. HAMILTON, Cashier B. H. MEILE, Assistant Cashier C. B. DUGDALE, Assistant Cashier NOTE: Votes will not be allowed for other than bona fide new savlnzi accounts. Full number of votes will be allowed up to sixty days before, clooe of contest when' a limit of 10,000 will bo placed on each now account. TOILET GOODS NOW! These are days when all sorts of Toilet Goods are needed. We hare known for some time that our complete stock now covers 126.000 items, and of this almost unbelievable number, a good sized fraction is comprised of articles intended for the toilet. Among these are: . . Hair Tonics and Colors -77 kinds Talcum Powders 01 kinds Cold Creams (estimated) ; 100 kinds Face Powders (estimated) 110 kluus Tooth Powders (estimated) '. 00 kinds Perfumes and Toilet Waters (estimated)' ,..300 kinds Shaving Soapa, Creams and Sticks . . , . . 3i! kinds Some sample prices on Standard Toilet Artcles: $1.00 Hay's Hair Health for , OWc GOc Mo'.oroBo Cream for , .aoo 50c Carmen Powder for ., iMc 25c Houblgant's Rice Powder for. He 25c Holmes' FroBtllla for lite 60c Nadlnola Cream for .......,20c 25c Mennen's Talcum Powder (4 kinds), at lite Colgate's Talcum Powder (6 kinds),. at , J50 Jersey Theatrical Cold Cream 25c, 40c and 06c SHERMAN & McCONNELL DRUG CO. TOOTS BUSY SBVO STOKES t Comer 16th and Dodg-s streets. Harvard Pharmacy, attfe and Tamam. Owl Dru- Co, 19th and Harney Sts. X.oyal Pharmacy, 207-800 IT. 18th. Unto Seduced In 1007 Nearly 20. Hate Reduced in 1912 Xeaxly 16. Hate Reduced in 1014 Nearly 10, in ELECTRIC LIGHT RATES ON JULY FIRST To the Public: Wo are pleased to announce that on July 1st, 1914, the primary rate will be reduced from 12 conts to 11 cents per kilo-watt hour. This reduction of nearly 10 per cent in the lighting rate is in line with our established policy of always giving the greatest service for the least cost. Only by the perfection of our organization down to the minutest detail, by saving a little here and a little there perfection whioh only comes from years of careful study and close application of progressive business principles to our industry are we able to put before our people this new and inviting schedule. At this marked decroase in price, the most humble can now enjoy the comforts and blessings of electric light sorvico the closest rival to. nature's daylight rays that has yet been given to man and by far the cheapest. We Launder- Palm Beach Suits Duck, Serge or Flannel Trousers Trousers, 25c to 35c Each Suits, 50c to 75c We Guarantee Satisfaction THX "WABXWOStB" OS" THE XOMB 1607-09-11 Jackson Street. Phone Douglas 9J9. Memoir of Lnujidryiuen's National Association of America. H CLASS PIANOS MASON & HAMLIN Perfection in every detail. $550 Uprights. $800 Grands. .AT HOSFE'S KRANIOH & BAOH No Bettor Home Piano. $425 Uprights. $750 Grands. AT H 0 S P E ' S KIMBALL PIANOS Nearly '300,000 in Use. Best for $275 and up. AT H 0 S P E ' S BUSH & LANE Case and tono beautiful. $350 up, in Mahogany, Walnut or Oak. iAT H 0 S P E ' S OABLE-NELSON Most Iteliable. $250 up, in all finishes. AT HOSPE'S, TEEMS TO SUIT THE BUYER. A. HOSPE CO. Our 40th Year. 1513 Dougles St. Omaha Electric Light and Power Company Cuts that print-- There is often all the difforeac la the world between a cut that ehowi up well in the engraver's proof and one that shows up well when It Is printed. Cuts made for a newspaper hare to be made so that they will give good results under the most adverse conditions. For that rea son, a newspaper engraving plant produces outs that the ordinary printer can use and got good results. If you have some engraving to be done, send us tho work and compare both the results and the prices with that of ordinary engraving plants. Bee Engraving Department Bee Ruildingt Omaha iwacJJ sslii IF III! i lls In i UBS ssf 1 1 I1 1 1 1 1 I s I I I il Ism W I i i