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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1911)
THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAY 21, 1911.
Plenty f Time for All To Flake Answers
Last Picture in The Bee's Great Puzzle Contest Will Appear
June 19, But Last Date for Sending in 'Answers Will be July 2
This extension gives plenty of time to those who enter the contest now. New entrants then
will have more time than they need for working out the puzzles and getting in the replies.
Picture No. 47 appears today. There will be twenty-eight more puzzles. For solving these
there will be forty-two days forty-tyo evenings and seven Sundays. This period is more than new
contestants will need.
If you have not entered, do so at once. This special extension is made for your benefit just so
you can enter today and have all the advantages that those contestants have been favored with who
started with the opening picture. , '
All pictures will be sold to you at The Bee business office. The forty-seven pictures that have
appeared and a Bee's title catalogue, total value 72 cents, will be sold for 57 cents; by mail 62 cents.
Another Consignment of Catalogues Almost Gone
A few Booklovers' catalogues still remain, but will go fast. No more yill be printed. So if you
have not secured one be. sure to do so early in the week. Send in your order at once, if you have
not done so already. These remaining catalogues will be sold within the next few days then there
will be no more. Single copies' of the catalogue sell for 25 cents. Mail your order today, enclosing
an extra 5 cents 'for postage.
(DO AppeFSm Car
The famous Apperson "Jack Rabbit" touring car, one of the best automobiles on the market, and one of the popu
lar model four-thirty, five-passenger capacity, will be awarded as first prize. The famous Apperson hand made cars have
been favorably known throughout the country for so many years that a lengthy preface relative to the merits of the car
would but be added history. It is enough to eay that the record of this make puts the Apperson at the top with the leading
cars of the country It has road records and speed records that challenge attention of buyers. The equipment of the first
prize includes top, as in illustration, two acetylene head lights and generator, three oil lamps, horn, robe rail, tire carrier,
foot rest and set of tools. The car is now on exhibition at the garage of Apperson Auto Co., 1102 Farnam street.
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Magnificent $750 Kimball Player Piano
Th. Ideal mechanical player, the Kimball, will go as the second' prlie
In this contest. The player mechanism la contained within the compose of
th. ordinary make piano case, and In no way Interferes with the regular play
lug of the piano. The advantages of the Kimball 88-note player are manifold
In th. simplicity of meohanlra and the ease of operation, but the greatest
Interest to music-lover. Is Its wonderful efficiency In musical effects. It give
auick response In .very feature, and is an Instrument that will draw the fam
y circle Into closer relation -help make home an, ideal place, and consist
ently followed, will result in a musical education. The Kimball has a repu
tation for excellence equal to auy. Th. Kimball, have gone Into th. best
home. In Omaha through the agency of A. Hosp. Co., 1611 Douglas street.
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many times Its present
3200.00 Columbia Grafonola
And $50 Worth o! Records
Th. Incomparable Columbia Grafonola will be the fourth
prize. This musical Instrument Is valued at 1200.00, and Is the
culmination of human inventive genuls In the science of sound
production. Here, Indeed, Is an Ideal musical instrument long
sought for and much desired. There Is no better Instrument of
this type than the Columbia. The prixe offered Is the Columbia
Grafonola "De Luxe." It is built of richest mahogany throughout,
and equipped with the Columbia "Grand" Reproducer. Records
worth 150.00 are Included In this prize award. You may hear
the Columbia at the store of Columbia Phonograph Company,
1S11-1S Farnam street.
Cash IPriisets: Five of GIO.OO; Ten of GG.OO; and Twenty of S2.00
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BtiokloTers' Contest Editor. The Omaha Bee:
Inclosed please find 80 cents, for which send me one Booklovers' Con
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Booklovers Contest Editor, The Omaha Bee:
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