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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1911)
WIMMER IN THE
Winner of Second Prize Winner of Tkird Prize
Winner of First Prize
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ROV If. WALKKIt,
1303 S. Sad SfM South Otnaliu.
Second prlte in the oBokloverB Cou
tet. Is a 10-acre runh in Tehama
county, Callfornte. ThU land Is rained '
St $12.00 now and is rapidly Increasing
In value. It la located near tho town
of Red Bluff. It la fruit land of a Yery
high order and la part of the cele
brated Lutheran colony which had Its
Inception with an Omaha clergyman.
This land was mold to The Bee hy the
Trowhrldge-Boleter Co.. -whose offices
are In the Clt National Bank Bldg.
ED. XV. TAIiMER,
2508 Reese Street, Omaha
A magnificent $900 Krell Auto
Grand Player Piano is the third prize
Thia excellent inetrument was sold to
The Bee by the Bennett Company. It is
considered one of the finest player
pianos made. It has been on exhibi
tion at the salesrooms of the Bennett
Company all during the contest.' It
will be sent to the home of the winner
as aoon as this Individual hna been
Identified at The Bee office.
MISS M. C. TIMX1TSOX,
1517 Farnain Street, Omaha.
The first, prize in the Second Booklover'a Contest is t
$2,000 Y;hite Steamer Touring' Car. It is a five-passenger
model. It Is richly upholstered, beautifully finished and
strong built. ThlB car Is now at the Drummond ealosroomss,
3 Sth and Harney Sts.
MIXX1K A. nOICTTSCTtK,
8000 Webster Ht., Omaha, r
Tho fourth prljio In a business lot In
Balaton. It Is valued at $275. Its size
is 25x100 feet. It Is located on one of
the main streets of the growing town of
KulMton, and is rapidly increasing in
value. Halttton la n rapidly growing
little town, and gives promise of being
a largo manufacturing suburb of Oma
ha. This property given aa the fourth
prize la expected to grow In value
every year. It was Bold to The Bee by
tho KalBton TowiiBlto Company, 308 S.
SIRS. CH IS. F. FALK, 1 ';t
S814 Webster St.. Omaha,
Fifth prize Is located In the town of
Ralston and Is valued at $225, or Just
$50 less than the price placed on the
flrBt lot fourth prlxe. It la a resi
dence lot, the alio of which la 00x120
feet. Halston is on the lnterurban trol
ley line running out of Omaha, and la
within forty minutes ride of tho Omaha
ixittt office. This lot was sold to The
Bee by the Ralaton TownBlte Com
pany, oOS 8. Sevententh St., Omaha.
Complete List of Booklovers' Contest Winners
NAME . ADDRESS
Miss M. C. Tillotson, 1305 So. 32d St., Omsuha
Roy H. Walker, 1517 rarnam St., Omaha
Edi V. Palmer, 2508 Reese St., Omaha ;
Minnie A. Ooettsche, 1334 So. 25th St., Omaha . . .
Mrs. Ohas. E. Falk, 2814 Webster St., Omaha
Mrs. H. B. Elliott, 2304 J St., So. Omaha
E. H. Wilson, 304 So. 16th, Omaha
A. R. Quarnstrom, 2820 Webster St., Omaha
Mrs. Gavin Jamieson, 2734 Blondo St., Omaha ; . . .
Jos. W. Reynols, 908 So. 35th Ave., Omaha
John Gordon, 2423 24th St., Omaha
Mrs. R. A. Lensaler, 1137 So. 31st St., Omaha . 4 . . .
Elsie M. Lininger, 405 So. 24th Ave., Omaha
W. S. Price, Albion, Neb
Clifford Hampton, Western, Neb.
Miss M. Camenzind, 2702 So. 21st St., Omaha
Robert Lord, No. I Worthington Place,, Omaha . ; ;
Mary M. Beck, 115 So. 25th St., Omaha
S. D. Beck, 2319 Harney St., Omaha
Mrs. A. E. De Waal, 3502 Jones St., Omaha
Howard Bruner, 315 North 41st St., Omaha n-.i.i
W. T. Thompson, 1315 So. 33d St., Omaha
Dr. H. Mantor, Lodge Pole, Neb. ........
Elva Berggren, Wahoo, Neb
Mary Alice Rogers, 820 N. 38th, Omaha
No. No. 27.
Wrong Coupons Prize 28.
15 U:Ki $2,000.00 Automobile 29
15 31(i $1,200.00 Ranch 30.
Hi 2:W 1)00.00 Piano jjj'
10 25:5 275.00 Lot 33
1G 253 225.00 Lot s 34'
17 2G0 DG.OO Encyclopedia 35'
17 278 . 0G.00 - Encyclopedia , 36.
17 302 UG.00 Encyclopedia 37.
17 ;!2( l!(i.(0Book of Knowledge" 38.
17 ;557 .(WBook of Knowledge" 39.
IS ,21!) 10.00 40.
18 221 10.00 " 41.
18 2.'G 10.00 42.
18 245 10.00 43.
18 25i; 30.00 44.
38 275 5.00 45.
38 ;532 5.00 ' 46.
18 3G0 . 5.00 47.
38 370 5.00 48.
3!) 394 5.00 49.
39 , 222 5.00 " ' 50.
39 ' 230 5.00 51.
39 ' 235 5.00 52.
39 232 5.00 53.
V.) 240 5.00 54.
39 250 2.00 55.
Geo. Beardsley, Clarks, Neb. ,
Fern A. Beardsley, Clarks, Neb
Mrs. T. W. Baumer, 1724 Sprague St., Omaha ....
Beth Bentley, Geneva, Neb
C. E. Siefken, Apartment 26, Roland, Omaha 4 4
Axel H. Anderson, 3109 So. 21st St., OMaha 1.4.1.
Mrs. R. E. Davison, 2609, Emmot St., OAmha , . . . .
Roland Hampton, Piatt smouth, Neb. ..............
Edna Waterman, 17 Voorhiu St., Council Bluffs.
Lulu E. Shaffer, 1009 0 St., Lincoln, Neb
C. A, Gleason, Cortland. Neb. ......... ...... I .
H. B. Cockrell, 108 So. 25th St., Omaha ..........
C. H. Olsen, 2520 Pierce St Omaha
J. Nason, 2552 Manderson St., Omaha ...........
A. I. Hopper, 629 North 41st Ave., Omaha ........
Grace L. Wat kins, 712 North 23d St., Omaha ......
Mrs. E. B. Fairfield, Lincoln Neb. ................
Orpha Good, Wahoo, Nob
II. H. Cockrell, 2972 Woolworth Ave., Omaha ....
Alma R. Webster, Plattsmouth, Neb
Frances McGarock, 322 North 21st St., Omaha ....
Edna Sprague, Nehawka, Neb
Roy S. Burkhart, 1316 North 40th St., Omaha ....
Geo. R. Savin, 303 W. 8th St., North Platte, Neb.. .
Mrs. C. W. Purdum, 619 6th Ave., Council Bluffs, la.
Mrs. Florence Moore, R. F. D. No. 3, So. Omaha . .
Stella B. Taylor, Colfax and 6th Ave., Blair, Neb. . .
C. R. Beldon, 3332 Harney St., Omaha
Audrey Post, 3611 Mason St., Omaha
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Mrs. J. P. Carpenter, Tekamah, Neb.
Correct Answers in Booklovers' Contest
19 250 2.00
39 252 2.00
19 272 2.00
39 2GG 2.00
19 288 2.00
39 311 2.00
20 133 2.00
20 153 2.00
20 4 180 . 2.00
20 385 1.00
20 188 1.00
20 30G 3.00
20 198 4 1.00
20 209 ' 1.00
20 218 " 1.00
20 220 -i 1.00
20 233 ' 1.00
20 253 3.00
20 222 1.00
21 37(i ' 3.00
21 38!) 1.00
21 200 1.00
21 211 1.00
21 217 3.00
21 243 1.00
21 201 ' 1.00
21 307 3.00
22 15G 1.00
21 374 1 1.00
1 The Three Mu8cateers Alexander Dumas.
I House of Cards J. llelgh.
The Letter "H" C. F. Pldkin.
4 Last Words J. H. Kwing.
5 The Leopard and the Lily Marjory Bowan.
C For Tommy I .aura E. Richards.
7 The Idiot John K. Bangs.
g A Hole in the Ground Charles Ilyot.
J The Way of tho Man With a JUald Frances G. Fane.
10 American Addresses Joseph II. Choate.
II American Scholar . W. Emerson.
12 The Weaker Sex A. W. Price.
13 The Duty of the Youth Alice Brown.
14 when a Man Marrie M. R. Rhlnehart.
15 The Spirit of the Youth Jane Adams.
16 The Boss Alfred H. Lewis.
17 The Black Filer Edith N. McVane.
18 The Hour and the Man H. Martineau.
19 Bi Fellow E. Palmer.
56 Comrades Thomas Dixon, Jr.
20 Behind Closed Doors Anna K. Green.
21 The Angel Guy Thorne.
2 2 The Woman Antonio Fogazzaro.
23 The Stooping Lady Maurice Hewlett.
24 His Keeper M. E. Wlnslow.
23 A Fair Maid F. W. Robinson.
2 6 Tho Girl From Paris R. O. Rankin.
-27 Tho One Woman Thomas Dixon, Jr.
28 The Blind Who See M. L. VanSaanen.
29 Discords G. Kgerton.
30 As a Soldier Would A. Tlckering.
31 Down Grade A. P. Graves.
32 Four of Them L. C. Moulton.
33 He and She W. W. Story,
n 4 Play T. W. Robertson.
35 Alone Marlon Harland.
36 The Survivor E. Philips Oppenhelm.
37 Under Two Flags Ouida.
38 The Man Who Laughs Victor Hugo.
89 The American Farmer C. L. Flint.
40 Confidence Henry James.
41 Our Forefathers Guntare Freytng.
4 2-Atuer!cau Girl J. B. Carrlngtou and Harrison
HI "Tho Woman Wins Robert Barr. .
41 The Coat David G. Flillllpa.
4G The Cheut Uidy Troubrldge.
16 What Every Woman Knows J. M. Barrle.
47 Celobrity Winston Churchill.
4 8 A Third Person M. B. Croker.
4 9 Her Picture O. O. DeLonguell.
50 The Trailers Ruth L. Mason.
51 Girls Clyde Fitch.
52 The Twelfth Juror M. II. Barge.
53 Her Sailor M. Saunders.
54 The Big Brother George C. Eggleston.
55 A Little Rebel The Duchess.
57 Tho Little Savage F. Marryat
58 The Man In the Comer Baroness Crezy,
59 The Elevator William D. Howells.
60 The Last Quarter H. W. Kahn.
CI Between the Lines Charlos King.
62 The Tether E. S. Brudno.
63 Checkers H. M. Blossom. ,
63 Checkers II. M. Blossom, Jr.
64 Left Behind James Otis
65 The FlHherman E. S. Phelps.
66 Fencing VV. Pollock,
67 From Father to Son II. D. Chellls.
68 The Convert Elizabeth Robins.
69 Tho Convict C. P. R. James.
70 Food and Health A. E. Powell
71 His Wife Warren Cheney
72 Tho Girl at the Gate Wlikle Collins.
73 In the Navy W. L. Ooss.
74 The Virginian Owen Wlster.
76 The Soldier Boy Oliver Optic
oard of Booklovers Judges-
The board of judges which examined tho answers and awarded the prizes wa.- composed of tho following men: Uev. M. O. McLaughlin,
of the United Brethern church; R. H. Manley, advertising manager for the l.ramleis Stores; Henry Kilser; manager of the Bennett book
department; Philip Schwartz, secretary and general manager of the Nebraska Clothing Company; C. T. "Walker, advertising manager
of King-Swanson Company; C. D. Van-el, advertising manager of Harden Bros.; Charles (larske, advertising manager of the Berg Cloth
ing Company, and Homer S. Curtis, advertising manager of Bennett's.
This board had its final session in The Bee building Friday afternoon and awarded tlie prizes then.
Statement of the Board of Judges.
Tho list of names hereto appended is the correct list of winners in tho second Booklovers' Contest of The Omaha Boo series. Wo have
examined the answers suhmitted by the thousands of contestants and find that the fifty-five names given in the attached list aro tho.xe of
the participants who did the best work in the contest, coming nearest to have all answers correct. The work of checking up the many
nnwers has been examined and wo find it correct in all cases. (Signed)
Detailed Announcement of the Third Booklovers' Contest of The Bee Series Will Be Made Early in January
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