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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 24, 1911)
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The Booklovers' contest is n6t half over yet, and those who join the ranks now will have just as good a
chance to win any of the big prizes as those participants who have been in the game all the time. In the
second contest some of the winners did not begin the picture solving until nearly all puzzles were published
THIS IS YOUR (OPPORTUNITY
to get a big automobile, a farm, a player-piano, or some other big prize. Why not join the game today?
The back pictures and a title catalogue may be had at the business office of The Bee. Coupons sell for
one cent each. Mail your order today. Title catalogues, those little books with a total of 5,000 book names,
, the list from which the editor selects the titles for the pictures, sell for 25 cents, or will be mailed for 30 cents.
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There are no catches, no subterfuges, no tricks in this game just picture solving just entertainment and enjoyment.
If you start today you may be running your own automobile in December
A $2,000 Famed
White Steamer Automobile
A SPEEDY CAE A STRONG CAE A HILL OAR.
Car on .exhibition at Drummond's, Eighteenth and Harney Sts.
This five-passenger 1911 model White Steamer Touring
Car odorless, smokeless and noiseless is in the tenth year of
its success. No car has stood the test of time with necessity for
fewer changes. For stability in construction as well as in pur
pose and performance, the "White Steamer" has held a high
place in tht mind of the motoring public This car needs no
cranking nor shifting of gears to get any desired speed. iThe
increasing number of White Steamer cars being sold each suc
ceeding year, together with the practical endorsement of the
U. S. government, which owns and operates more Whites than
all other makes combined, is sufficient guarantee of high quality.
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, In a climate shown by the Government chart to be the same ai that of
Los Angeles, Fresno, etc., lies Tehama county, California. It is within two
hundred and fifty miles of San Francisco and there is situated the famous
Luthern colony which has had so much discussion in Omaha by reason of
a local clergyman taking the initiative in its formatibn. The Bee offers
this 10-acre ranch as Second Prize in its Booklovers' Contest. Here is
a livelihood for man, wife and children for the rest of time. Here is $1,250
in land, carrying free water, waiting only for the plow share and intelli
gence to cultivate it and produce almost any variety of fruit.
Full information concerning this land may be had at the office of
TROWBRIDGE-BOLSTER CO., in the City National Bank; Bldg., Omaha,
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The accompanying Ulustratifin tells only of the outside of
thia magnificent KRELL AUTO-GRAND PIANO. It tells not
of the vast eicellence" that iia beneath its magnificent, fanoy
walnut case. , Well informed piano men are insistent in the claim
that the Krell Auto-Grand is positively the moBt complete and
efficient player-piano offered to the music-lpving public
The modulating pedals and the mechanism to carry the tune
above the accompaniment are marvels of simplicity. The Krell
Auto-Grand claims to have in the absolute, the "human touch"
so prized by player-piano makers. From the inside to the case,
from the pedals to the levers this magnificent $900 player-piano
may be examined with every facility at the piano ware rooms
on the third floor of the big
Bennett Department Store
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I FOURTH PRIZE
Out In Vtm Htt! town of Baliton ihey we building a mn uf acturlnt city. They have the Brown Truck Mfg. Co.; uie
Roger Motor Car Co.. and the Howard Stove Work. I' hey have a good hotel, a good poatofftce, railroad facilities and
the only Interurban trolley Una running out of Omaha. Th ey have a fine school building on May wood street and nearby
la a lot 26 by 100 reet which is valued at 1275, which la The Bee's fourth prize In thla new Bookiovers' Contest
Back on Main atreet la a residence lot 50x120 feet whloh contltute The Bee's fifth prize In thl eonteat. Thin lot is
valued at f 226 00 and here are rock-bottom value. Here ia the plane from which men start and fortunes grow. Here are
two valuable prlzea worth no more iior no less at the present moment than the prlcea attached to them, but in opportunity
they wlU ahow themselvea to be money maKera. 1
The accompanying map give an Idea of the prosimlty of Seymour Lake and the new Country Club situated there.
Full Information may be bad at the office of the Bala ten Towasite Company at 30 South 17th St., Omaha.
Are Id many respects the choicest prizes in
(this long list. To the ambitious boy or
girl, as well at the mature student, .an en
cyclopaedia, brought up to the last bour, is
by far the greatest possible gift, but here
is an encyclopaedia brought into being by
mao'B ingenuity which is probably the last
word in encyclopaedia making. Here Is a
loose-leaf encyclopaedia with a system of
perpetual addenda. In this plan of en
cyclopaedia when a subject grows old or
modem thought puts new phases on it, the
makers . of this wonderful work send
a new leaf to take its place, and by the
use of a key the metal binder is unlocked,
the pages loosened, the old page extracted
and the new leaf takes its place. Presto i
tna encyclopaedia is up to the last hour.
It cannot grow old. .
This encyclopaedia contains twelve vol
umes and is sold regularly at $96.00 a set.
The work Is produced by Thomas Nelson
& Sons of New York, London, Dublin and
Edinburgh. This bouse was founded in
The Omaha representative is V. A- Hix
enbaugh $ Co., and these volumes will be
on exhibition from this time until the
close of the Booklovers' -Centest,' at 1814
St. Mary's Ave. Three sets of this mag
nificent encyclopaedia,- bound in three
quarter Morocco, will be given as prires
Six. seven and eight. , ' :
Prizes Nine and Ten
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Are constituted of
two twenty-four vol
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of the Book of Knowl
edge, an encyclopae
dia made especially
for children and reg
ularly sold at $36 a
To the man who
conceived this idea
belongs much credit.
It tells children in
child language of the
evolution of this
sphere on which we
,live, from a ball of
fire into the cooled
earth we now inhabit,
as well as explaining
the process by which
the simple leg of a
chair is made, the in
vention oi the tele-
education, as well as that needed by many grown-ups, telling it all in the
simple language that he who runs may read. These sets contain hundreds
of plates in colors and thousands in black and white.
This is a great opportunity offered along consolation lines, for those who
fail to win one of the first and larger prizes. These books are aJso on ex
hibition at the store of W. A Hixenbaugh & Co., 1814 St. Mary's Avenue.
MORE THAN SS,000 'IN FREE PRIZES
Five cash prizes of 10 each; ten cash prizes of $5 each; ten cash
prizes of 2 each? twenty cash prizes of SI each
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