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TirE OMAin SUNDAY REE. J A NT ART 26, 1013.
y Popular and Pro
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By Minnie Snyder, 611 So. 24th St.
"Daman and Buyply."
J3y Elsie Robertson. SS14 N. Slst St.
An Unerring Uutlnot for tbt Best,"
HV Kathryn O. Hart. Mo Underwood.
Tliksurea of the Eont."
Ujp Fred Erluknon.
J "Thm Watch Hacks Tell the Facts."
' By. J Scott, Central City. Neb.
I "Expert Berrlce Hiu Spt TUtton la the
i Public Eye."
' By R. O. Smyth. W O. W Bids.
uy it a. KcKlra.
ietton Within Vnuh n
liy Geo. O'Connell. 30J8 S. 1fn, St
r"iixoelleiicy Bsciad by Popularity."
" v. r birawn, i&ji go. xitn.
'Accidentally Xatired trat Safe'y Xnanr
ad." Hy Mary Murphy. 1613 N. nth.
'XTarar Aralnt mi Ordar As Extension
j tiv ,.- rn. fi strawn. 1534 S. SSth
I 13- rs f),tr-r. "4 rw.(f
"A Bad rrltrht and a Bad right.'
! Hv Mm. Krr.l KchrnB.'cr. 1 1 4 S. 17 ' .
i "Drudgery and Conraniaaoa."
By O. A. Fletcher, "i-ro "L
fXrom Manufacturer to Oonsnmer, the
and no Middleman to Shara Profit."
Uj Mrs. J. W Mortensr ''9 I LSd,
I "Wroth's Modern Eden."
I By Dell F. Allen, 10 So. 17th St.
1 eat volume of answers
et in response to the invitation
tfce "Un-named Picture Con
ic h contest of its kind ever
plumber, but in the clever
h proof of this contest's effi
ai d fits tremendous advertising
1 it. It was a forceful appeal
eaders and brought forth the
nd. It would hardly have been
re uniaue oictureR illiistrntivf
Insurance Necessity Illustrated.
Tfrts two scenes shown bv thn Natlcinul
iFldelity & Casualty company left no roou.
fori doubt as to tho wisdom of providing
aa-lldent insurance and there arc man
WM) probably have been lnduco;l ti Invest
In "that necessity by this Illustration. At
leatft tho answers received Indicate that
the point was brought home with full
force. The winner with her title "Acci
dentally Injured but safely Insured,1 em
braced the entire story. Here are some
other very appropriate titles submitted:
"A provident man."
By James B. English, 4612 Manderson.
"He piovlded for the 'rainy day.''
Henrietta Stewart, Grand Island, Neb.
"A heavy burden alleviated."
II. J. Mlchealson, Council Bluffs, lu.
"Are you so protected?"
Jack Wonderly, Roland Apts.
Ads Requested by Phono Co. -
The NebrasKn. Telephone company not
only asked for 'a title to Its Illustration but
also "copy" for the remaining space, and
Judging iron.' tho excellent compositions
received, many persons seemed to have
missed their calling. The winning: title and
copy appear In tho accompanying illustra
tion for that company, but wo can hardly
omit to publish some of tho other credit
"Serves him right ho should have an ex
tension. Augusta H. Knight, 4216 Harney St.
"A WORD TO TUB WISK
"Say, wo'd Just like to mention
That a fifty-cent extension
Saves descenslon and ascension
when your phone demands attention.
. Elsie Robertson, 2.114 No. 21st.
am an elevator those extension
Paul Wilcox. 202 So. 2th St.
ww i r m
This Offering Most Unique.
If we could say nothing else about the
picture In tho space of the Omaha Ulee
trlcl Light and Power company except that
It fcupplled the laughter for our readers
thepartlclpatlon by that company would
havibceii worth while. But tho Illustra
tion 'Served to do much more than that.
From the character of the answers re
ceived the point Intended was seen at once,
as witness the following:
"Come on, Dad Burn It, I'm waiting to put
In your electric lights."
H. A. Parmele, Plattsmouth, Neb.
"We should worry! There may be a fight.
Mis nomo isn't fitted witn eiecinc nirnis.
H. A. Parmole, Plattsmoutu, rseo.
dII Darn Ye.
Broad well, Jr. 2420 V St..
"Seeking Light On the Subject."
.Henry u, watenpaugn, iaai i-arit avc.
Rellc of Antiquity."
M. Sunderland, 17th ana Jttarney sib.
mis nomo isn't
H. A. Pa
"Crime on, Goll
I V. A. Bn
Confidence Illustrated by Hayden's.
The child buying a piano ut the Hay den
Broth ere Piano department was necessar
ily figurative, Illustrating the confidence
placed in that piano house, and competi
tors in the contest aptly told that story In
the many answers received for the picture.
Below are some very appropriate replies:
"The firm can be relied upon."
Henrietta Fischer, Inolu, Ukla.
"Honeaty la the best policy."
Mrs. G. J, .Morris, 72s' No. 17th St.
W. H. Eldrtdge. 1903 Blnney St.
"A child csn buy as cheaply as a grown
up." J, Scott, Central City, Neb.
"Her first real bargain."
W. R. Zllft. Council Bluffs, Iowa.
"The Honest Music Store."
Geo. F. Bushman, 3001 Farnam St.
"A Touthful Judge."
Miss T. C. Mullen, 180J No. 18lh St.
J. M. Johnson, 2534 Cass.
. "Even a Child Can Bee These Values."
Q. A. Fletcher, 2648 Dode St.
Wide Range of Answers.
The ranreflftntstlnn nf two men easily de
livering a ucnmoner ec aiuener piano iroui
ni4Bi tiSfri-Y:or" to the house was the subject
Wurwlde range of exceedingly Interesting
replies. The winner embodied in his answer
the fullest meaning Intended, but the fol
lowing titles wore not far behind in .nolnt
of originality and cleverness:
"Our Factory to Home Plan Makes It Easy
for You to Get a Piano."
S. O. Smyth, W, O. W. Bldg.
"Our Tracks are Numerous Throughout the
City. Why Not Let Us Make One to Tour
Mrs. 8. Rasmussen, Farfel), Neb.
Ylcanllness nd Elegance for Wroth.
IThe picture of Wroth's beautiful second
Tloor dining room, represented to many all
that Is desirable and alluring In such n
place and the answers received Indicated
that the picture carried home the convic
tion of cleanllneas and elegance which la
round at Wroth's new cafe. Among the
many apt titles for this scene the following
few show the trend of thought followed
by most of the contestants:
"Where eating is a pleasure."
"An Ideal retreat"
. Mrs. Eugene Davis, 36S3 No. 2th St.
rne cafe aunerb."
Mhryn G. Harte, 6109 Underwood St.
Flitton Optical Co.
Expert Service Has kept Flitton in the Public Eye
Pleasures of Home
In presenting this picture of our optical room, i( is merely to suggest to you our con
pleto methods of examinations. With the Retuioscopie Test there is no doubt of the re
sults. We ask no questions, simply examine your eyes and supply the lenses. You do
not test your own eyes by ausworing ques ions.
Our Spex-ial Finger Piece Mounting is best. Wo guarantee it to slay on or your
Gold Filled $2.50. Solid Gold $5.00.
FLITTON OPTICAL CO.
Our Specialties are Toric Lenses, One-piece Bifocals, Finger-piece Mountings.
S Hayden Bros. Piano Dept.
This "Prlmn" flrnfnnnln with L"t Cnl nnililn Dnntiln rilnn Dnmrili fAl o-.,.,t...,
lections, iiiphullng the famotiH Koxtotto from "l.uclu" tuid Quartette from 'Hlgoletto," S
also tho wontlorfully Interesting "Demonutra tlon" record nud 400 needles for $75.00 a
THE COMPLETE OUTFIT ON FREE TRIAL!!
Easy Terms of Payment, If Desired.
All Columbia Uccnrilii can be played on Victor Talking machines and Victor Hecords p-l
.. i. ..i .. ..... Ln
Columbia Phonograph Co., Genl, 1311 Farna St-1
Fred Brodeganrd Jewelry Co.
The Watch Rack Tells the Facts
Omalia Electric Light & Power Co.
A Bad Fright and a Bad Light
Omaha Gas Co.
Drudgery and Convenience
V. ft Wltann. tTIG Rlnndo.
1. a. urauui.
y S. T. EesmX 1913,