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Beach, Lakeport, pins; pong set;
Winowa Webb, 758 South Olive
street, Los Angeles, ping pong set;
Hose. Johnson, 1409 Seventeenth
street, Oakland, ping pong set; Mar
guerite Hughes, 1458 Guerrero street,
San Francisco, silver locket; Howard
TtusIow, box 155,» Santa Barbara,
ping pong set; Paul Dewey, 718 Feta
luma avenue, San Rafael, king air
gun; W. Whitaker, Cnico, magic
lantern; Frank Donald, Bird's Land
ing', Cal., magio lantern; O. L. Bouk,
Anderson, knife; G. B. Winter, 514
Fifth street, Eureka, knife; Keith IX
Robarts, box 74, Ferndale, ping pong
set; Herbert Bobison, 421 Clement
street, San Francisco,- watch; Eddie
Palmer, 4303 Twenty-fourth, street,
San Francisco, magic lantern; Frank
Boyd, 1011 TriTkham street, Oak
land, kin % air fun.
THOSE WHO DESERVE
. HONORABLE iEBNTION
Her* ar* the names of'tnos* who 4«*«v
mention ar.4 eneouraxernent . for their adrolr
abl* work Dn th* pussies. svea though t!»»y
bavs failed -to m-ln piizea:
Paul Adf.su. 809 Kentucky itreet, Vallejo;
James Pitt*. 2ZZ B street. Oakland; Sara*
Nott. Bollni*; Don*M Our. F«rn<J*U; Robert
Voch*. Slll-I^trkln street. BtM Franelsco: Cbea
ter Dm via, 2426 M stravt. BaXarsfleld; AanU
William •. K*ts Hayes ¦treat. Qrass Valley;
T^lllan Jon»i. 80s Fourth «tr»»t. Reno; Jack
Baraach*. box M7. Vallejo; Ivy Tucker. 107
Telegraph srenue, Oakland; Etthel Morton. 2004
Bancroft way. Berkeley; Buses* Caulfleld.
653 Howard atrewt. Baa Franelsco; Mary Pack
ard, box «31. Reno; John Ovens. 409 Bay
•tw«t. Ban Francisco; lln. W. P. Miller. Hed
dlm: Uarraret Westbay. 108 East Ma«moli^
atreet. Stockton; Harry MeKenna, Emmet t :
Teddy O'Brien. 1281 Turk street. San Fran
clico; A. Grant, Red Blurt; Daisy Huston.
Mountain Vlrw; Fred Vanderpool. 209 B street
Marysvllle; Aim* Bchad, 045 Washington
"trwt. Baa Frajiclico; Tbereaa Schad. tui.-.
'Wasbtrgton stroet. Baa Francisco; G. Hoppa.
7U% Ellis atrwt. Ban Frmndsco; Helen Fla»
nell. 1021 Jefferson street, Red Bluff.
¦ In the Portrait Puzzle given in
the left-hand corner of this page, all
of those inixed-up pieces when put to
gether .will make a portrait. They
are in reality the cut up sections of
a photograph of a man whose face
should be well known to all of the
leaders of "The Sunday Call. It is
sufficient to say that if you succeed
in getting all these- pieces put to
gether as they should go you will
have no difficulty in telling whose
picture it is. The puzzle must .be
solved with the othei- puzzles on this
page before you can hope for a prize.
Cut out all of these pieces and paste
them together on a white piece of
paper, thereby restoring the original
photograph, so you can tell whose
picture it is. Then write the name of
that person on the line indicated for
that purpose on the coupon above.
PRIZE WINNERS IN THE
PUZZLE CONTEST OF JAN. 4.
BELOW is given the list of prize
winners in the puzzle contest of
January 4. This was the
ninth set of puzzles published in
the nsw series of which the contest
published to-day is the eleventh set
in this series of thirteen now run
Hattie Bruton, Lakeport, Cal.,
knife; J. G. Silva, San Leandro, Cal.,
watch;. Gladys Cummings,. 1121
Leavenworth street, San Francisco,
silver locket; Isabel M. Rice, 1617
Chapala street, Santa Barbara, ping
pong set; Alzada Eaton, Bartlett
Springs, Cal., doll; Carolyn Noyes,
Bartlett Springs, silver locket; Pearl
TO-DAY is published the eleventh set in the new series of puzzles that is being found so interesting
and exciting— ana also so remunerative for those who have the requisite cleverness and application
necessary to win a ptfze. Those who won .prizes in the ninth set of this series published In' the Sun
day, Call on January 4 will find their names in the announcement printed below. The names of those
who, though they did not win prizes,* are' deserving of honorable mention for their good work are also
published below.. ]
Remember that there is no age 'limit and young and old may compete for the prizes. Also you
may-send v in as many answers in your name as you wish provided you have a coupon to accompany each
answer. . "*
• r ;V--In' the left-hand corner of this page you will notice a "portrait puzzle" that must be solved as
well/as the picture puzzles given below. It is a very interesting puzzle and simple .enough If you are
quick;? clever and observant. Special direction* are given for solving this particular puzzle on another
part, of "this page. 'Those who solve the puzzles printed to-day will find an announcement of the winners
in the issue of The Sunday Call of /February 1, 1903. >. : <
Now, here are the important points for you to remember: The First Ten Boys and the First Ten
Girls .who send in correct solutions to all seven puzzles before midnight next Fridaywilljirfn •£"*«•
Don^forget that point, because it is very important. ALT, ANSWEBS MUST REACH THIS OFFICE
BY-PEIDAY NOON.- This gives all those in the country an equal chance to compete.
" . This is what > do to win a prize: Find the hidden picture or subject in each of the six puzzle pic
tures'and "carefully OUTI.INE THEM WITH INK OB. PENCIL. Then bolve the "portrait puzzle" above
noted in. the left-hand corner of this page and write your answer in the* space on the coupon allotted for
that purpose; further, fill but the coupon as per direction* indicated on it and mail the whole page to the
Puzzle Editor, Sunday. Call, San Francisco. ,-i- '
This puzzle contest of the second series will close two weeks from to-day, and as a further re
ward of industry and cleverness a special prize of S10 and a second prize of 85 fdU be awarded fox the
highest percentage of correct answers in the whole series of thirteen weeks.
FOLLOW THE'RULES OB YOU WILL BE DEBABRED.
Now is;yciur chance. Don't miss it. . This week'* prize-winnem will ba published on Sunday,
February 1. " X ~' '"¦ . . ..'_''¦ ¦ • • • ¦ ¦ ">' ¦ ' . : ¦- ~.v '¦ f»*. •'.-.
- V THESE ABE THE PRIZES YOU MAY SELECT FROM IF YOU SOLVE ALL cu&vxum PUZ
ZLES CORRECTLY: ' Magic Lantern, Scrap Book, Game of War at Sea, Xing .Air Gun, Gam* of Pax
chesi, Silver Set Cuff Pins, Dressed Doll, Football, Pearl-Handled Knife, Extension Skates, Silver Lock
et, Work Box for Girl, Ping Pong Set, Nickel Watch for Boy. ' •
THE SUNDAY CALL.
SEVEN PUZZLES CAN YOU SOLVE THEM?
Solve the Puzzles,
Fill Out This Coupon,
Send Whole Page
to Puzzle Editor
Sunday Call, S. F-
January 18, 1903.
To Puzzle Editor, Sunday Call.
Enclosed pleass find my so-
lution of this week's puzzles.
Street or P. 0...
The "Portrait Puzzle'' thii
week is a picture of:
. \""U Twin I choose for prize
(See list of prizes.)