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Los Angeles herald [microform]. (Los Angeles [Calif.]) 1900-1911, April 24, 1908, Image 10

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I The Answer Now, Southern California, For You. Read Carefully |
1 The Los Angeles Herald |
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1 Will Give Away ? ■«_■■
| $15,000 IN PREMIUMS Jeer
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& $1500 House and Lot $500 Pia_no • $750 Beach Lot $750 Baby Grand Piano X
li $750 Auto Piano $220 Motorcycle $600 Upright Piano $1000 Lot. good location «
Free Trips— Lake Tahoe. San Diego. Monterey. San Francisco 11
1 $3300 ''..in^o^hlEr^prewi.vms.l
I $3300 IN OTHER PREMIUMS §
\7fk I Who the contestants are who will receive these valuable premiums will be determined by Herald readers according to the following plan of voting: jjj»
HI lln order that the competition I I Votes will be allowed on all subscriptions to The Herald paid in ad- I I A COUPON PUBLISHED IN EACH ISSUE . / %
■2R 1 iOT JSJSUr^SSS vance as follows: Price Old New Besides the votes allowed on subscriptions there is a coupon published in each issue of Jg
i be CqU T aUy divided the Field One Month's Subscription Daily Herald $.40 30 60 The Herald which, when cut out, the name filled in and brought or mailed to the Con- SS
«^* of the Los Angeles Herald is °"C M°"th f ? f übs«iption '*. Herald „ $ , .40 30 ,60 test department of the Los Angeles Herald, will count as votes. These coupons are cs*ty
Z^ AixAAmA intr. rfiLrt ront M t«s Three M°nths Subscn P tlon Da,l Herald L2O 15° 300 good for one week only and must be polled before the expiration of the date printed •£
gjjg_ divided into different contests, Six Months . Subscriptoin Daily Herald 2.35 300 600 In each ballot These coupons may also be used for placing candidates in nomina- Jg;
j*j as follows: Twelve Months' Subscription Dan> Herald 4.50 1000 2000 tion in this contest. ''. -. . - JjK
1 Ito mo, p0p.,,, person, ma „, wo™- i The $15,000 .-'.ln Premiums Will Be Distributed as Follows: |
* or child. CONTEST NO. 1, Open to All—To most popular person—man, woman or child First premium, autopiano, $750} second prize, trip of ten days for two gS
eg To most popular salaried woman or persons tQ cost of transportation both ways and hotel expenses to be paid. 7>7 ■'■''$$
y& „gir • , . .'. „ CONTEST NO. 2, Salaried Woman or Girl—To most popular salaried woman or girl: First premium, house and lot in Los Angeles, $1500; second R
*•** To most popular electric railway em- premium, lot in Los Angeles, $650; third premium, typewriter, $115. -SW
«Vr . Ui t t' 'th premium, lot in Los Angeles, $650; third premium, typewriter, $115. *.*»•
*® oneratirTnofTarr C ° nneCtl°n WU" CONTEST NO. 3, Electric Railway Employe— most popular electric railway employe working in connection with operation of cars: First premium, ,/. *flj
«« operation oi cars. popular beaches near Los Angeles, $1000; second premium, graphophone, $85. (Office employes of electric railway companies cannot. „ Jg
_yj__ to most popular woman $ club. ■ - „r * , . v w ■■-..-,■■•■■•■.■■>. , ■ I -.'vr. v>, - Sa«>o
«S To most popular fraternal lodge. compete for these two premiums.) , gK
•fcM To most popular fraternal lodge. ' ** .-■_._.- -^ -.'■■ . „,--..., _• stca ' J;.—
ifixl To most popular couple man and CONTEST NO. 4, Woman's Club—To most popular woman's club : Premium, baby grand piano, 5750. , ■ *i»
&& ' wife, father and daughter or son, CONTEST NO. 5, Fraternal Lodge—To most popular fraternal lodge: First premium, upright piano, $600; second premium, regalia, to be selected by S*
*£J mother and daughter or son, broth- winner, $150. *(, , . .... g£
?*3 ers, sisters, two women or two men. CONTEST NO. 6. Couple—To most popular couple, man and wife, father and daughter or son, mother and daughter or son, brothers, sisters, two
£5 To the most popular young woman. women or two men: Premiums, trip of ten days (for two) to Monterey, transportation both ways and expenses at Hotel Del Monte, or trip of ten
To the most popular telephone girl. days (for two) to San Diego, transportation both ways and expenses at Hotel Coronado. Choice of trips will be given the couple receiving the . . xJ»
fM To most popular boy (under 21). ; highest vote. The other trip will be awarded the couple receiving the next highest number of votes. „<•< „ SpjU
Jfg To most popular wage earning boy CONTEST NO 7, Girl Under 21 Years—To most popular girl under 21 years: First premium, furnishings for room, to be selected by winner, $150; g^,
S® (under 21). second premium, clothing, to be selected by winner, $100; third premium, mandolin, guitar, violin or other musical instrument, winners selec- **£
«a To most popular girl or boy (un- t ; on> $40 Hfgjg , , . _ gfc;
«* .r der 21). 1 i -1 -i i* CONTEST NO. 8, Girl Employe of Telephone Exchange—To most popular telephone girl: First premium, furnishings for room, winner's selection, . *™
~~ To most popular rural mail delivery $150; second premium, sewing machine, $85. ?%- . Uf £%
•S Topmost' popular person residing out- CONTEST NO. 9, Boy Under 21 Years-To most popular boy: First premium, clothing, to be selected by winner, $100; second premium, coaster-brake gjg
-^ side of Los Angeles bicycle, $65 ; third premium, mandolin, guitar, violin or other musical instrument, winner's selection, $40. . '% *£»>
Sa To most popular |Trl (under 21) resid- CONTEST NO. 10, Wage Earning Boy Under 21 Years—To most popular wage earning boy: First premium, motorcycle, $220; second premium, gfc
** i^ng side of Los Angeles. Iroquois coaster-brake bicycle, $65 third premium, athletic sporting goods, winner's selection, $40; fourth premium, musical instrument, winner s. ? *J*J
fflto To most popular housekeeper in her selection, $25. ■ „ . 7,
St own home residing outside of Los CONTEST NO. 11, Boys and Girls Under 21 Years—To most popular boy or girl: Premiums— scholarships, ranging in value Irom $bUU jgg
S^ Angeles. to $50. The boy or girl receiving the highest vote will be given first choice, the second highest next choice and so on through the list. , g*.,
fM To most popular wage earning boy or CONTEST NO. 12, Rural Delivery Mail Carrier— most popular rural mail delivery carrier: Premium, phonograph, $85. Ail persons, whether re- , a/A.
*£» girl residing outside of Los Angeles. , siding in Los Angeles or elsewhere, are eligible to enter the above twelve contests, in accordance with the classifications designated. *tf;
I® ■ SPECIAL CONTESTS— In the following contests only persons residing elsewhere than in Los Angeles are eligible to compete: /Vv g*
jC RULES AND REGULATIONS SPECIAL CONTEST A, Any Person Residing Outside of Los Angeles—To most popular person: Premium—Trip of ten days for two persons to San <$!
iff* 1. Cash must accompany all orders. Francisco, cost of transportation and expenses at St. Francis hotel paid. • '-;, :V %M
&« 2. Candidates and others sending SPECIAL CONTEST B, Girl Under 21 Years—To most popular girl under 21 years: First premium, piano, ; $400; second premium, art square, $50. «£*
*M \^^?i^\LZ^f!^fif^!x\ SPECIAL CONTEST C, Housekeeper in Her Own Home-To, most popular housekeeper in her own home: First premium, sewing machine, $85; ' M
IE o^delivered carried or b'y'mail second premium, set of dishes, $65; third premium, kitchen-cabinet $45. . , - ;->,; . J*
JjS and whether votes are to be polled or SPECIAL CONTEST D, Wage Earning Boy or Girl—To most popular wage earning boy or girl: Premium, typewriter, $115. gg
j*jr returned to the subscriber. Persons living in any district or city may vote for their favorite candidate, no matter from what district she may be entered, provided the contestant is a resident of the gg
<r7*K 3. Votes are not transferable, and territory named therein, using for the purpose of voting the ballots obtained by subscribing for The Herald or the coupons clipped from the daily paper. Those who are ijgj
&& 1 if a candidate drops out of the race she already subscribers of The Herald may secure votes by aying in advance as long as desired. Votes will he allowedon payments in arrears only when a payment for at least .*£
** cannot give her votes to another. one month in advance is made. If a subscriber gets The Herald and pays for it at the end of each month he may secure votes in this contest by paying for the month Jg
4. The only way to secure votes is past and or one month in advance. " *7 ■'.!,.,. . „ ._ SjW
«M by subscribing for The Herald or clip- The Herald - s the best daily paper of any daily in Southern California. It prints all of the news all the time and is the best exponent of California journalism and; Yfk
iM ping the coupons out of the paper. enterprise " "; ;-: % ȣ
£*« VOTES CANNOT BE PUR- enterprise. t v gj
I bCoTpons polled after the expira- rAmmiinlrtJlnM TO Contest Dep't LOS Angeles Herald California 58
\7jl (ion of the date printed on each one Communications 10 JT m C 3 *g
W will not be counted under any condi- __ he Mana of the Contest is in the business office of the Los Angeles Herald, where he or his representative may be seen at any time in reference to this contest. ... : gj
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LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 24, 1908.
PART II

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