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THE TIGER'S BRIDAL— CAN YOU FIND THE TWELVE WEDDING GUESTS?
ONCE upon a time there was about to occur in the jungle an event of unu»ual importance, and never, within the memory of the oldest inhabitant had there been any such doings before,. for this affair was to eclipse all previous efforts of the kind. - It had been the one topic of conversation for weeks, and all the anxious mothers and longing daughters looked with envy. on the Tigress, for she was to be married. The only creature who showed evident displeasure at the approaching nuptials was the father of the bride-elect, and he waj unreconcilable.. She hav ing been the idol of her father's heart since she was knee high to the measles, it was only natural that he should feel grave concern -'for her future welfare. Her fiance, the Leopard, had proven himself distasteful to his intended father-in-law on many occasions, and, in the language of the up-to-date youth. of that period, he was "on to him." The Tigress had been reared in the lap of refinement and luxury, and her intellect and gentleness of disposition had won for her many admireTs in. her own circle, so that she might easily have chosen, for her companion ' in life one more worthy of her than the Leopard, for he was very much her inferior in every way. -Her father had repeatedry tried to convince her of the folly of an alliance with one so far beneath her, but because she was in love she failed to see it that way, for "love is blind." While the mother was a good and 1 worthy creatitre in most ways, she seemed to lack the foresight possessed by the father, and, although the difference in station and natures of the young couple may have caused her some slight apprehension, still she lost no sleep over it, and went on with the preparations for the wedding with unabated , delight. At last the wedding day arrived. The affair passed off nicely,. and was conceded to be the most gorgeous and brilliant event since the funeral of Cock Robin, and amid the usual deluge of rice, old shoes and good wishes the happy pair went forth into -the' world to enjoy their honeymoon, and, presumably, many, many years of wedded bliss. After all the excitement incidental to such affairs had passed away the young couple settled down in life and waited for the stork to pay them a visit Of course, at with, most married people, there arose little differences between them, and had the Leopard been of the same gentle and refined turn of mind as his bride, they mightihave passed off as only little misunderstandings, but, alas! his true nature now began to assert itself, and things went from bad to worse. Instead of being able to exalt hit nature to the level ofner own. as ihe had planned, she found herself sinking to his place, and she began to realize to her sorrow that the only way to get along with her spouse was to be a brute like he was. To .one of her gentleness and refinement such a thing was ao re pugnant that she went back home and got a divorce... . , . .; The moral of this fable is that "A Leopard Cannot Change His Spots." ¦ ' \ W. M. GOODE2L \ Don't Miss This. BIG SURPRISE NEXT SUNDAY. Now Is Your Chance. RAJ?! BAP! BAPI Come to order, children! Attention, everybody! Something: very new is about to happen on this page something so entirely different from anything you have had before that you cannot possibly guess what it is. But before tho Puzzle Editor proceeds any further let *<*¦» make an announcement extraordinary: THIS IS TOT7B LAST CHANCE AT THIS LIST 07 PBZZZflL Doesn't that surprise you? Well, it is only, because wo have some thing ever so much better to offer you — something wherein the prises are just as numerous and just as valuable, but— well, wait until next Sunday, and then you shall see what you shall see. In tho meantime, summer is still with us, and the days are Just as hot, if not hotter, than, they ever were. So what is tho matter with those White Wing* Life Preservers, and those Click Reels and Folding Lunchboxes, and that Britannia Tea Set, and all the other pretty prizes onthatllstr . DONT POBQET— NOW IS Y0X7B LAST GHANGH. Ah, and are you one of the skillful ones who won prises 1b the Hunchback's Dream Puzzle, published June 81 f Bead the list below sad see. And now listen carefully. This is what you must do to win one of those ZTFTY PRIZES: After reading; the fable about The Tiber's Bridal, find The Twelve Wedding: Guests concealed In the big tredg*, Berkeley, CaL, tea set; Rosa Wicks, Atchlson, CaL, bead necklace; Dorothy Peck. Watsonville, CaL, tea set; Harold Sullivan., dl Powell street. Ban Francisco, printing outfit; Heatley Decker, Sanita rium, St. Helena. CaL, catcher's mitt; Helen Elnaelen. 652 Stockton street. San Francisco, printing outfit; Jack Cuahlng, Martinez, Cal., printing outfit; Gladys Fltzpatrlck, 2115 Klttredge street, Berkeley, CaL. coral beads; John Harry, 3818 Mission street. San Francisco, sadiron; Violet March, Stockton, CaL, tea set; Leon Lanedale, 107 Empire street, San Jose, Cal., package of stamps; Elsa Han sen, Selma, Cal., wa ter wings; Gladys Boxlll, Bomerville, Cal., black bead, necklace; Lloyd Richardson, box 55, Byron. Cal., nickel dick reel; Virginia Vlerra, Moss., CaL, water wings; T. Hargente, 2401 Post street, San Franditco, CaL, tea set; Albert Vlerra, Moss, CaL, water wings; Annie Phillips, 251 Harlan street. Oakland. CaL, box paints; H. Ellssamburn. Ml Capp street, San Francisco, tennis ball; Willie Wreath, 810 Santa Clara street, Vallejo, Cal.,. tea set; Hannibal Rough, Somervllle, CaL, White House game; George Jensen. Flor in. Cal., printing outfit; Etta Burrell. 668 Thirty-seventh street, Oakland, CaL, bead necklace; Jessie In geral, Tracy, CaL, printing outfit; Hazel Hearsey, Diamond, CaL, bead necklace. Here Are the Lucky Fifty Prize Winners in "The Hunchback's Dream' 9 Fable Puzzle Published June 21. C Cheser, box 114, Banta Clara. Cal.. paints; Gladys Lukena, box SS, Bast Auburn, CaL. bead neek laee; Jim Irwln, Lorin. Al&meda County, CaL, box French paints; Raymond Wilson. Berenda. CmJL, six agtute marbles; Agnes Scholten, 1523 Banta Clara avenue, Alamsda, CaL, water wings; Gladys Sherwood, Eelma. CaL. water wings; Blanche Skelton, Belma. Cal., painting- outfit; Mary Alvasis, SiS Harlan street/ Oakland, Cal., bead necklace; Lillyan Butner, Hopland, CaL, tea set; Ethel McAllister, Ross. CaL, coral necklace; Josephine Edwards, Chlco, CaL, tea set; Walter von Ronn, 1184 Filbert street, San Francisco, catcher's mitt; Barbara Brigs*. State Hospital, Stockton, CaL, French paints; Ella Bomar, San Lucas, Cal., tea set; Allie Walter, French Camp, CaL, White House; Edwin Byde, 1S1 Fisher street, Fresno. CaL, water wings; Theresa Schad. 645 Washington street, San Francisco, detachable handle sadiron; Lola Ce cil. Foresters' building, Sacramento, CaL, bead necklace; H. Bennett, Fruitvale. Cal., French paints; Hazel Land, Linden street, Oakland, CaL, coral necklace; Effle 8Iatz, 607H LeaTenw&rth street, San Francisco, Cower game; Ernest Shuelor, 149 Belvedere street, San Francisco, painting outfit; Gordon Banford, Ala meda, CaL, Whits House game; Harold Cheney, Santa Clara, CaL, box paints; Edna Narjot, 2127 Kit- picture below, outline - each, in pencil or ink and than color with paints, inks, water colors or .crayons each, object as nearly like its natural color as you can make It, nil in the coupon herewith with your name and address and the price you desire— -If you win— and send the picture, with the coupon Attached, to the EDITOB 07 THB ANI MAL-FABLES AND PUZZLE PAGE, Sunday Call, San Francisco, Cal. ¦ - : < ' To the FIRST FIFTY who not only find all the object* enumsra ,ted, but vhoM pictures are the MOST ARTISTICATXY COLO BED, cat ef these Fifty prises will be awarded. Bemember old and young: may eomp«t« t but ALL ANSWERS MUST BEACH THIS OFFICE BEF0B3 FBIDAY NOON. :¦'•*'. . THE NAMES 07 THB LTJCXT WINNERS WILL BE PUB LISHED IN THE SUNDAY GALL TWO WEEKS FROM TO-SAT, July 10. FOLLOW THB BTJLES OX TOTJ WILL BE DEBARRED. Vow is tout chance. Don't alia it. T- ¦mjmj abb in nun» nox wmxcx tow xay cxoosz xr tott vrnn Water WL&rs, the inr life preservers for soys aad fixls wne will to nrlm Curing tnelr vaoatloaj Teaals Ball, Hleksl Clio* Bs*V Boys* Oatobers 1 lClUs, Sailboats, Xi<ras; Bead Vsoklaoe, Exoelslor Frtatlaf Outfit, Brltaaala Tea Bet, rloww Game, Short Coral JTeoklaoe, WUtt Sauadroa, Box of rnaefc ' Paints, Assorted Faokafe of roreljrm Stamps, Dstaefcable Zaadle Sadiron, Assorted Box of Beads, White House Oua«, Xalf Dosea Arate Xar* bits, Boys' Jieather Belns, PolOlnc Jrockot Zinncli Box. THE SUNDAY CALL. 15 ANIMAL FABLES AND PUZZLES TO T3EB JBUITOB ANIMAL TABLES AND PUZZLB PA03. juiyoyieoa. 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