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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JANUARY 26. 3013
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Alamilo Sanitary Dairy Co.
Home Favorites Dcmnnd and Supply An Unerring Instinct for the Beat.
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K pj .Schmoller & Mueller Piano Co.
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Metz Bros. Brewing Co.
Perfection Within Reach
K Wroth's Cafe (2nd floor).
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77ie winning Ad and Htaetlint
out of 312 Annwmra Submitted
Never Again! I'll Order
It would be much more convenient, would nt
it, if you could answer those night calls simply by
reaching for the extension at your bedside.
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And, during the day, an extension 'phone will
save your wife many a trip up and down the stairs.
The Cost is Surprisingly Low
National Fidelity & Casualty Co.
Accidently Injured but Safely Insured
lamito sanitary Dairy Co.
1st prize 3 rrltk tlrkct.
?il prlif tl milk ticket.
:d prize $ I mill; tlcVct.
Colombia rhonoffraph C6. .
7rad Brofiejatrd is Co. '
Ore fi r - H Bold cuff HnUn.
mtton Optical Ck. '' t"
ir-lt col' "-ser r'ece mouutlne.
ZZnyten Urot. Piano Sept.
A ct'. ;- to winner.
"ts Utoz. Hi wlng Co.
One ynx beer (larco)-
rri r ' 'lets hcer fi-"nll).
"atlonal Fidelity & Oasaalty Co.
lit nimrtei-ly premium an Ak-Sar-Ben
"olrisia Velcphou Co.
lt prize $t. 10 CVi. '
it prlre $1.00 cash
Csiaha EUctrlo Llylit Is Power Co.
iii !-"' i-iutee percolator.
Cmahn Cm Co.
Oto i-omlort ca Iron-
CiitaioUcr Is .'XIaaller nano Co.
tVHUtlful'iz&.OO mualo cabinet.
One enl ''"Wet Tor noon-day Itinera
JUDGING from the gi
that poured into this office
issued in last Sunday's Bee, tt
test is easily the most attToq
held in Omaha. Not only
ness of titles received, lies th
cacy as a newspaper featura ai
value to the firms conductjm
to the imagination of our rea
latent talent in the public mind
possible to show twelve more'
of the businesses represented
Appropriate Answers for Alnmltoj
Tlin Alomlto company ulcturcs for lib
subject a superlatively heallny ana lntor
cHtlng baby reiichlnR eagerly for a bottle i
of Alamlto milk, and the contestants werel
not slow In catching thu full MlKlilflcance. r
Benldes the wlnnlnK titles, the followliiff
nraunmnnf IliA iliv.r nVintvprM nllbtT.ittnd "
"Carefree and Qennfree."
G. A. Fletcher, 2646 Dodge.
"Sweet and Clean."
Mrs. T. M. Glltner. 3040 Cass.
"Crying for tho Bot."
MIis Mary Murphy. 161 St
Twins Mnke n Hit.
Hardly a sweeter picture than .thut of
the Columbia Phonograph company oould
have been conceived for this contest and.
sweet Indeed were tho titles received for
H. The perfectly ancellc twin children,
lovingly fare-fslne' their" favorite musical
Instrument, was an inspiration, to., many
who read these pages last Sunday and that
the plctura received Its share of the num
berless answers goes without saying. Iftol
lowlng are a, few of them: .
"What Is Home Without Them."
Mrs. Carl E. Strawn, 163 So. S8th St.
"What keeps the babies quiet and the rest
of the folks at hon-e."
Herbert Hoeflln, Hastings, Ne.
Dorrlne Weller. 811 So. 34th.
"Pleasures of Home."
Dell F. Allen, 103 So. 17th St.
Mrs. J. F. Bhlpman, Emerson, Iowa.
"The Children's Delight,",
Adel Bertel8en. Fremont, Neb.
"rrnUn then tn mnkn n hannv home."
Jeanette Gilbert, Council Bluffs.A
Pleasure!! With the Princess."
T. F. Whelan, Denver, Col
Picturo' llecalls Old Times.
Fred llrodegaard sitting at his work
table as of old. backed up by tho romour
watch rack, wai the food for much reflect
tlon among readers and tho titles submits
tea show that Fred s reputation aa a mijj
ter of the business Is not the least hf
"Orodegaard keens time for all Omaha."
8. O. Sir.yth. W. O. V. Bldg.
"The captain of the watch."
C. A. Perkins. SIS So. 30th St
"Watch repairing a crowning success."
Adel Bertelscn, Fremont. Neb.
Mrs. E. 8. Wychoff, Springfield, Neb.
"Utmost confidence of the people."
James Mohr, Schuyler, Neb.
Flitton Illustration Impressive.
The oresentatlon of the Flitton Optic
company, showing Mr. Flitton at Ills skilled
task of optical examination was striking
and has indelibly impressed upon tne minOK
at those who saw it the nlsce and the malT
fOr such work. A few of the suitable titles
"The scientific test."
By Marie Htenner. 2235 So. 20th St.
"Scientific and up-to-date methods."
Fred Erlckson, Douglas, Wyo.
"Redoubles the sight." .
Mrs. Fred Schroedor. 1114 So. 27th St.
-An Important tusk."
John Sleever. Hastings, I?.eb.
"Behold a sensible woman." mm
Jeanette Gilbert. Council Bluffs.
A stitch In time saves nine."
Herbert "Woodland, 3310 So. 34th.
Not n Orcam but Reality. ,
While many who submitted answers for
the Omaha Ges company's offering thought i
it represented a droam of the cook stove
slave, tho intention was to picture a reality ,
a contract which exists today between
the householder who does not or will not
know the labor saving benefits of a.'afl
range and the one who has seen tho folly
of fuel poking and decided that mother
should no longer be a stoker.
"Before and After Taking Ga."
Mrs, U H. Messacre. 1546 N. llth St.
"Tempest and Sunshine."
C. A. Perkins. 818 So. 38th St,
"Poke and smoke or ever ready.''
U O. Stenner. 2235 So. 20th.
"Worry and Ease."
U. A. Kckleyy
l'ovulnrlty the Theme of Metz. '
Theie va little difficulty for contest
ants to name tho unique lllutratlon pre
sented by the Mets Bros. Brewing company.
Every variety of human hands grasping
for a bottle Qf Metx' beer furnished a clear ,
cut Idea for our readers of the popularity ,
of this product, and they composed many
brilliant answers for the Metx picture. An ,
added prize was decided upon by the Con
test Editor for this picture because of the
particular excellency of the two winner
and both are trtvon In the accompanying;
Illustration. The additional prlxe consUtsV
of a case of two dozen (small) Metx beerJ
Following ore other clever answers:
"All hands reach for Metx favorite brew.' I
Mrs. Benson, 2820 Ellison Ave. t
'T?fni-ntHnn nf nnrltv and excellence.
James Mohr, Schuyler, Neb.
First In popularity." . 4
Elsie Robertson. 2314 No. 21st
"The wisdom of the people."
"A prize for all hands."
Henry Htenner. 2JJ6 So. 20th 8b
"Good judgment on every hand."
J. J. Rockland. 2211 No. J 4th.
"Showing their hando without openenO I
W. H. Eldrldge, 1805 ninney St
"A bottle of Metx' beer should always bv I
on hand " I
W II. Eldrldge. 1505 Blnney,