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CONFERENCE TO BE HELD IN
PROMINENT SPEAKERS TO MAKE
Odd Fellows Will Observe the Eighty.
X ninth Anniversary of the Order
with Sermon by Rev.
Will A. Knigl.ten
Tomorrow there will be a general ex
change of pulpits among the Presby
terian ministers of Los Angeles in the
interest of the laymen's missionary
An all-day missionary conference, es
pecially for men, will be hold at the
Bible institute hall, 262>_ South Main
street, Monday. Rev. Charles E.
Brandt, Rev. Mr. Bible, Rev. Mr. Fix
and Rev. Mr. Sharroeks. all former
missionaries, will take part. This con
ference will be especially to arouse the
missionary spirit among the men. .
On- of the special services tomor
row will be that to be held at the
Union avenue Methodist church, where
Rev. Will A. Knighten will preach a
sermon before the members of the Odd
Fellows in observance of the eighty
ninth anniversary of the foundation of
the* order. Rev. Mr. Knighten will
take for his topic, "Eighty-nine years
of Odd Fellowship. Is it a Good Tree?
The Odd Fellows will attend in a body.
In the evening Rev. W. A. Lamb will
preach at this church and Rev. Mr.
Knighten will address the Odd Fel-
During the past week the Bible in
stitute entertained the sailors of the
fleet at the Institute, 260-264 South
Main street. Supper and entertain
ment was furnished free to.over 2000
sailors. Gospel services were held in
the assembly hall of the Institute, and
over 150 sailors signed cards as an evi
dence that they had begun the Chris
tian life. Steps have been taken by
the institute to keep In touch with the
converts by means of personal letters.
To Hold Special Service
The Bible institute will hold a spe
cial evangelistic service Sunday even
ing at 7:45 in the assembly hall, second
floor of 260-264 South Main street. Revs.
Horton, Hadden and Todd will have
charge of the service. Captain Charles
H. Stanley will sing.
Regular classes will be resumed at
the Bible Institute beginning Monday
at 3 p. m. Revs. Horton, Hadden,
Tucker, Todd and Blackstone will be
the lecturers. Special Bible lectures
will be»delivered on Tuesday end Fri
day evenings, and evangelistic services
will be conducted each evening with
these two exceptions.
During the week there has been an
unusual activity among the churches,
The greater part of the regular church
work has been suspended in order to
hold special services for the officers
and sailors of the fleet, both on the
warships and at various places in the
beach towns and In Los Angeles.
The Protestant churches have united
with the Y. M. C. A. in holding special
services and many of the prominent
city pastors have addressed the meet
ings which have been held on board
the ships. The Bible Institute has de
voted all Its time to the entertain
ment of the boys in blue, and several
enthusiastic evangelistic services have
been held. A large number of the
sailors have signified their Intentions
of leading Christian lives.
The Catholics have done their share
for the 6000 sailors of that belief In
molding special services, the most not
able of which was held at the Cathe
dral of St. Viblana last Wednesday.
The Catholic women of the city also
served the barbecue for the sailors last
To Observe Anniversary
A week from today will mark the
twelfth anniversary of tne work of
Rev. Dana W. Bartlett at the Bethle
hem church and will be observed with a
special anniversary service. On the
following Monday the Congregational
fellowship meeting will be held at that
church in the morning and a recep
tion tendered Rev. and Mrs. Bartlett
in the afternoon. In the evening the
various nationalities which find a
church home at Bethlehem will.present
a program of national music' In the
At Temple Baptist church, worship
ing in the Auditorium, the pastor, Rev.
Robert J. Burdette, D. D., will preach
Sunday morning on ihe topic: "Things
that Endure." The doors will be open
at 10:30 and the service will begin at
11. The musical features, in addition
to the organ music by Mus. Doc. Bruce
Gordon Kingsley, will consist of fa
miliar hymns, a selection by the quar
tet from Dudley Buck, "He Shall Come
Down Like Rain;'' an anthem by the
choir, "As Pants the Hart" (Spohr),
and a baritone solo by Robert McClure
. Granger, who will sing Mendelssohn's
"Draw Nigh [Into Me, Ye People."
The Bible school will have the serv-
Ices of its new orchestra under the
direction of Professor Hamerick, to
help in the opening exercises at 9:30
in Berean hall.
The associate pastor, Edwin R.
Brown, will preach at the Echo Park
church, 1640 Temple street, at 10:30,
on "The Ascension of Christ."
Will Hold Debate
At 6:30 in Berean hall the young peo
ple will listen to a debate on the ques
tion, "Which is to be the most im
portant power for Christianity in the
Orient, China or Japan?"
The- doors of the Auditorium will be
opened tit 7 o'clock, and at 7:15 the
musical prelude will begin. Dr. Bur
dette will preach on "Mother's Boy."
The choir will sing Goss' anthem, "The
Wilderness." Professor B. G. Kingsley,
who is on of tie: best known organ
ists of California, has written a new
soprano solo entitled, "Loving Shep
herd of Thy Sheep," and it will be'
sung Sunday evening by Mis. Bessie
I. Harrison. Those who know Mr.
Klngsley's acknowledged ability as a
composer expect great things of the in
troduction of this, his latest effort.
Monday evening the pastor will give
a reception to the members of the
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Sunday school orchestra from 8 to 10.
Wednesday evening after the cove
nant meeting Rev. F. W. Reynolds
will deliver an illustrated lecture on
Baptist work In Los Angeles.
The usual Murphy gospel temper
' ance meeting will be held tomorrow
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Chutes
park. Mrs. Matilee Loeb Evans will
give a cornet solo and a sacred con
cert will be given by the band. The
evening service will be held in Blan
chard hall, preceded by a song service
led by H. H. Stowe. Soloists at this
service wil be Francis Murphy, Rev.
Mr Parks and Mrs. Evans. William
J. Murphy will address both services.
To Repeat Easter Music
Rev. Dr. Crosby Greene of Tokio,
for many years a prominent mission
ary In China, will speak tomorrow
morning at the First Congregational
church. He will speak on "Our Re
lations with Japan." As many were
turned away at the Easter services
last Sunday, the Easter musical pro
pram will be repeated tomorrow even
ing. Dr. William Horace Day, the
pastor, will preach.
"Things That Abide" will be the topic
of Rev. Bert Estes Howard tomorrow
morning at the lirst Christian church.
Rev. J. M. Newell will preach at the
Central Presbyterian church tomorrow
and in the evening Rev. Mr. Fix, a
former missionary of China, will speak.
Rev. Arthur S. Phelps, pastor of the
Central Baptist church, will address
the union ministers' meeting Monday
morning. His topic will be, "In Classic
Greece." This meeting will be held
In the rooms of the Bible Institute on
Main street, near Third. Rev. Mr.
Phelps will speak next Saturday at the
Orange county Christian Endeavor
The Baracca and Phllathea classes
of the Central Baptist church are plan
ning for a social to be given May 1 at
"Bad Boy" Is Topic
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock at the
Los Angeles Fellowship in Blanchard
hall, 233 South Broadway, the question
of the bad boy or the Juvenile delin
quent, which has for so long a time
perplexed the minds of progressing,
thinking citizens of our country, will
be dealt with by Charles Howard
Mills, the assistant minister. Mr.
Mills has been actively engaged in
boy work for some time in the Colum
bia Park Boys' club of San Francisco.
He has served as truant officer in
..lameda county. He will not only
speak from personal experience but
will refer to many of the leading to
stitutions of the country which exist
for the uplift of boys. The subject Is
"Our Boys, or 'An Ounce of Preven
tion Is Worth a Pound of Cure.'" Mr.
Walper will play on the violin "Lar
ghetto" in G minor by Cartinl. All
seats are free.
Preceding i this main service the
Young Men's lyceum will meet in room
100, 232 South Hill street, where F. C.
Fuller will speak on "A Practical
Method for Promoting Peace," at 9:30
a, m. All young men cordially Invited.
Next Tuesday, the third Tuesday of
the novena in honor of St. Anthony,
will be observed at St. Joseph's church
with a service at 8 a. m. In the even
ing Rev. Raphael Fuhr, O. F. M., will
preach at the service. First communion
will be observed at this church a week
from tomorrow. The children will go
into retreat next Thursday preparatory
for the sacrament.
The elaborate program of Easter
music will be repeated tomorrow at the
Holy Cross church. The following
Sunday a class will receive first com
munion at 8 a. m. and in the evening a
class will receive the sacrament of con
Rev. M. V. Richardson will preach at
the 10:45 o'clock mass tomorrow morn
ing at St. Vincent's church. Rev. P. H.
McDonald will preach at the evening
To Hold Contest
The college oratorical contest of St.
Vincent's will be held May 15. The
commencement exercises will be held
A mass meeting will be held at the
Eighth Street Christian church tomor
row afternoon at 3 o'clock for the pur
pose of devising ways and means for
the; erection of an industrial school for
the training of children. The site has
Lejen donated and it remains to secure
buildings and equipments. A large at
tendance is much desired.
At Temple B'nai B'rlth the Jewish
sailors found a cordial welcome. Each
denomination has in its own way wel
comed its members. In order to hold
these services much of the usual church
work lias been postponed.
Rt. Rev. Monstgnor Harnett will
preach at the 10:30 o'clock mass to
morrow morning at the Cathedral of St.
Vlbiana. Rev. F. J. Conaty will preach
at the vesper service, The first com
munion and confirmation classes will
be resumed Monday at 3:30 o'clock,
after the fleet week vacation. These
sacraments will bo administered on
Tomorrow evening Rev. Raphael
Fuhr, O. F. M.« pastor of St. Joseph's
church, will solemnly bless two new
banners for the Christian Mothers' so
ciety and St. Anthony's Benevolent so
ciety. These banners, in purple and red
respectively, were made In Germany
and are very beautiful. The service
will be followed by a banquet in the
school hall. The Young Ladles' sodal
ity of this parish will present a sacred
drama, "From Darkness to Light." In
the school hall Wednesday evening.
Capt. C, H. Stanley will speak and
sing at the men's meeting of the Young
Men's Christian association, 621*.
South Broadway, at 3:30 Sunday. Capt.
Stanley Is the author of a great number
of songs, and at this meeting he will
sing what he has himself composed.
The association will have: also another
attraction in the Williams Jubilee quar
tet, who are to appear at the Simpson
auditorium Monday and Tuesday
nights. Reports from places where
they have sung promise a rare treat In
store for the Los Angeles people who
hear them. The Eolian Concert trio
will play during the home hour, imme
diately preceding the men's meeting.
Every man In the city is Invited to be
present during the home hour at 2:30
and attend the meeting at 3:30.
Rev. A. B. Prlchard will preach at
Bethesda Presbyterian church tomorrow
morning and in the evening Robert
('leland of Ocidental college will ad
dress the Christian Endeavor society
and also conduct the evening service.
Special i:.i*slc will be rendered at thaae
Services. Rev. Mr. Bible, who has la
bored In China as a missionary, will
speak on missions at this church Tues
day morning and also that evening.
Rev. A. M. Prewitt was Installed as
pastor "I' the Calvary Presbyterian
church last Thursday evening at an In
stallation service held at the church.
Tomorrow morning Rev. Henry B. Sags
of Downey will preach at the Caivary
church and Rev. Mr. Prewitt will
preach at Downey. Rev, Dr. Bradt of
Chicago will speak at the Calvary
church on the evening of May 1.
The- Westlake Presbyterian church
will give a reception to new mcmv
Monday evening at the church.
"How to Interpret the Bible" will he
the subject of Rev. J. Hudson Bal'ard,
pastor of tho Gospel Tabernacle,
church, 1705 South Hope street, tomor
Rev. W. Spurgeon to Speak
Rev. W. Spurgeon of London will
pi. morning and evening .a the
First Baptist church tomorrow.
Professor A. A. Dobbins will lie the
speaker at the Los Angeles Prohibition
union meeting in Symphony hall at 3
o'clock tomorrow. He will illustrate
the lee-tore by moving pictures and
songs, Thia will be the last meeting
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In a few days the announcement as
to who the candidates In The Los An
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number of votes each contestant has,
will be published. A great deal of en
thusiasm and Interest has been
aroused In the territor** in which it Is
being conducted, and a great many
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Those who desire to get In on the
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Don't be backward about voting, us
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Watch for the names, and cast the
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Those who are already in the contest
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All that is required is to write the con
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one sent In will count for ten votes.
The only way that money is accepted
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The office of the contest manager Is
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tween 9:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Phone
Press 11, Home Herald.
Following is the list of prizes:
CONTEST NO. 1
Open to All
To most popular poison—man, woman
First premium, autopiano $750
Second premium, trip of ten days
for two persons to Lake Tahoe,
cost of transportation both ways
and hotel expenses to be paid.
CONTEST NO. 2
Salaried Woman or Girl
To most popular salaried woman or
First premium, house and lot In
Los Angeles $1500
Second premium, lot in Los Ange
les ..;. 650
Third premium, typewriter 115
CONTEST NO. 3
Electric Railway Employe
To most popular electric railway em
ploye, working in connection with ope
ration of cars:
First premium, lot at one of the
popular beaches near Los Ange
Second premium, graphophone 85
(Office employes of electric railway
companies cannot compete for these
CONTEST NO 4
To most popular woman's club:
Premium, baby grand piano $750
CONTEST NO. 5
To most popular fraternal lodge:
First premium, upright piano $600
Second premium, regalia, to be se
lected by winner 150
CONTEST NO 6
To most popular couple, man and
wife, father and daughter or son,
mother and daughter or son, brothers,
sisters, two women or two men:
Premiums— of ten days (for two)
of the union for this season.
Second Church of Christ Scientist'
will hold the usual services tomorrow
at 11 a. in. and 8 p. m., at Simp*'<i
auditorium, 734 South Hope street.
The lesson sermon will be from the
Christian Science Quarterly, the sub
ject being "Probation After Deatn.
The reading will be from the Bible,
with correlative passages from the
Christian Science textbook, "Science and
Health, with Key to the Scriptures."
Sunday night at 6:30 Rev. L. A. Gould
will address the Christian Endeavor so
ciety of the East Los Angeles Congre
gational church on "A Day in a Mis
sionary's Life." This will be succeeded
by a stereopticon lecture on "China,"
at the time of the regular evening ser
The City Rescue mission has issued
the following three-days' program:
Saturday evening, J. D. Holly, the famous
evangelist will speak. A special song service
will be held. *W7tfl
Sunday evening Giles Kellogg, secretary of
the Union Oil company, will speak. Large
chorus; enthusiastic singers; all invited.
Monday .evening. Rev. C. C. Pierce of the
Memorial Baptist church will give a stereoptl
con lecture with Illustrated songs, "The Holy
City," and others, by Mrs. Parker. E. B.
Rev. Mr- Tucker will speak this even
ing at the Union Rescue mission and
tomorrow evening Rev. Mr. Scha ifle
will be'the speaker. Monday evening
the young people of the Asbury Meth
odist church will have charge of the
service. Rev. Mr. Andrews will spe.ik.
"Signal Lights" Is Topic
"Signal Lights" will be the subject
of the popular Saturday evening ser
vice at the Salvation army citadel, 121
San Pedro street. This beautiful il
lustrated service of song is the life
story of a locomotive engineer. Good
music. Seats are free to all.
At First Friends' church, corner
Third street and Fremont avenue, Los
Angeles, the Pasadena quarterly meet
ing of Friends' church, composed
of Pasadena, Long Beach and Los An
geles monthly meetings, began its ses
sions yesterday and is to hold over
today and tomorrow.
The meeting of "ministry and over
sight" will be held Friday afternoon.
At 10 a. m. Saturday will be held the
meeting for worship. The local church
will provide free lunch for all present.
Saturday afternoon, beginning at 2
o'clock, the business of the church will
At 11 a. in. Sunday Rev. Frank Cor
nell will preach a sermon on the sub
ject: "Is There a Devil? Whence
Came He? Why Has Not God De
stroyed Him?" The blind singers and
others are expected to be present. Rev.
John Henry Douglass, Rev. Andrew
F. Mitchell and other well known min
isters will take part.
The regimental commanders. Colonel
and Mrs. Duncan, who are In charge
of the Pacific coast division of the Vol
unteers of America, are In Los Angeles.
A "royal welcome meeting" will be
given them this evening at the Volun
teer hall, 128 East First street. Colonel
and Mrs. Duncan visited Los Angeles
together the last time three years ago.
The many friends of the colonel and
his wife will be glad to know that they
are to hold a series of meetings during
their stay. Everybody la Invited to
attend the meetings.
to Monterey; transportation both ways
and expenses' at Hotel Del Monte, or
trip of ten days (for two) to San
Diego, transportation both ways and
expenses at Hotel Coronado. Choice of
trips will be given the couple receiving
the highest vote. The other trip will
be awarded the couple receiving the
next highest number of votes.
CONTEST NO. 1
Girl Under 11 Years
To most popular girl under 21 years:
First premium, furnishings for
room, to be selected by winner.... 9150
Second premium, clothing, to be se
lected by winner 100
Third premium, mandolin, guitar,
violin or other musical Instru
ment, winner's selection «0
CONTEST NO. 8 -7
Girl Employe of Telephone Exchange
To most popular telephone girl:
First premium, furnishings for
room, winner's selection $150
Second premium, se .*.ng machine.. 85
CONTEST NO 9
Boy Under 21 Years
To most popular boy:
First premium, clothing, ' be se
lected by winner • $100
Second premium, coaster-brake b.
Third premium, mandolin, guitar,
violin $> r other musical instru
ment. Thinner's selection -0
CONTEST NO 10
Wage-earning Boy I'nder 21 Tears
To most popular wage-earning boy:
First premium, Thor motorcycle..s26s
Second premium, Iroquois coaster
brake bicycle 65
Third premium, athletic sporting
goods, winner's selection 40
Fourth premium, musical instru
ment, winner's selection 25
CONTEST NO 11
Boys and Girls I nder 21 Years
To most popular boy or girl:
ranging in value from $600 to $50. The
boy or girl receiving the highest vote
will be given first choice, the second
highest nevt choice, and so on through
CONTEST NO 12
Rural Delivery Mall Carrier
To most popular rural mail delivery
Premium, photograph $S5
All persons, whether residing in Los
Angeles or elsewhere, are eligible to
enter the above twelve contests In ac
cordance with the classifications des
In the following contests only per
sons residing elsewhere than in Los
Angeles are eligible to compete:
SPECIAL CONTEST A
Any Person Kesiding Outside of Los Angeles
To most popular person:
Premium —Trip of ten days for two
persons to San Francisco, cost of
transportation and expenses at St.
Francis hotel paid.
SPECIAL CONTEST B
Girl Under 31 Years
To most popular girl under 21 years:
First premium, a piano $400
Second premium, art square 50
SPECIAL CONTEST C
Housekeeper In Her Own Home
To most popular housekeeper In her
First premium, sewing machine $85
Second premium, set of dishes 65
Third premium, kitchen cabinet 45
SPECIAL CONTEST B
Wage-earning Boy or Girl
To most popular wage-earning boy or
Premium, type wrlghter $115
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ing a charmingly youthful pinafore
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lo rounded prettily and rather deeply
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It Is tucked into the deep girdle. Any
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a sheer fabric should form the under
portions. An attractive and stylish
trimming is suggested In the soutache
applique which borders the overblouse
neck outline and finishes the sleeves.
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Information as to Classifications of the Contests, Prizes and Vote Values of .
Subscriptions to The Herald for Various Periods
Anyone Except Persons Connected with The Herald May Become a Contestant
.. MTC , T wo 1 Prize—Trip of ten days (for two) ing in value from $600 to 150. The
COIN ito i «*-- t0 Monterey transportation both ways boy or girl receiving the highest vote
Open to All ond expenses at Hotel Del Monte, or will be given first choice, the second
n... n n_ma_. wo- trip of ten days (for two) to San highest next choice and so on through
To most popular person— wo Dj £ g0 transportation both ways and the list .;•--,,*
man or child: » 750 -,p enges at Hotel Coronado. Choice
First prize, autopiano "''' of trips will be given the couple re- CONTEST NO, 12
Second prize, trip of ten days living the highest vote. The other ,•«*., „ „ ,
for two persons to Lake Tahoe, trlp wl]l be awarde( j the couple recelv- Rural Delivery Mail Carrier
cost of transportation both lng . the next h i ghet number of vote* To most popu i ar rural mail delivery
ways and hotel expenses to be carrier:
P ald- CONTEST NO. 7 Prize, phonograph * 85
CONTEST NO. 2 Popular Young Woman All persons, whether residing in Los
_, . , " . ■ Angeles or elsewhere, are eligible to
Salaried Woman or Girl To most popular young woman. enter the above twelve contests, in ac
-, . _,--,.,,„- salaried woman or First prize, furnishings for room, cordance with the classifications dcs-
To most popular salanea worn* to b(j _ elected by winner , i 5O jg tefl
rl!. wo house and lot In Los Second prize, clothing, to be se- ' * ';
BSiSS.'^^^^ »W JW- by winner v;; ......... 10° special contests
d n^rit%^w nrlVe7.. A?f.?f: 15 T^,n Prr Zeothe mam dvs 1. Ica. fiS£ , In the. following contests only per-
Third prize, typewriter m winner's selection 40 sons residing elsewhere than In Loa
Angeles are eligible to compete:
CONTEST N«. 3 CONTEST NO. 8 ,_,,.,., A,
Electric Railway Employe c - SPECIAL CONTEST A
-r- most noDular electric railway em- w" cm "* .»* " Any Person Residing Outside of Loe
To most popular eie-i. To gj mogt popular telephone girl: Anaeles
Plo>' e: , , ' _.'_„,«, First prize, furnishings for room, ~< "
First prize, lot at one of popular winner's selection * * 150 To most popular person residing out
beaches near Los Angeles. .-Ji.-uu gecon - e> se wing machine.... 85 side of Los Angeles:
Second prize, graphaphone o- - -.^ _ Prize— of ten days for two per
(Motormen, conductors, switchmen, CONTEST NO. 9 sons to San Francisco, cost of trans
yardmen, repairmen and all other em- „r i. - . v » a p« portatlon and expenses at St. Francis
ployes whose work Is In connection Boy Under 21 Years hotel paid- I
v.itn the operation ot cars are eligible treat oonular boy under 21 years: • '
to enter this contest. Office employes F J s ° t to be se- SPECIAL CONTEST B
of railway companies cannot le _ t _ d b/wlnner , 100 G|p| Undep 21 YearB
compete for these two prizes.; Second prize, coaster-brake bl- _, , _. , __,.„_, „„.
__ _,_ .—' cycle «5 To most Popular girl residing out-
CONTEST NO. 4 -.j.,^** _;_*,*_ 'mandolin, guitar. side of Los Angeles: yi;
Woman's Club violin or other musical lnstru- First prize, piano * 400
. --.We. ment, winner's selection 40 Second prize, art square 60
To most popular woman s club. #
Prize, baby grand piano »750 CONTEST NO. 10 \ SPECIAL CONTEST C
CONTEST NO. 5 Wage.earnlng Boy Under 21 Years Housekeeper In Her Own Home
Praternal Lodae To mcst popular wage-earning boy: To most popular housekeeper in her
rraicrn.i u U " • .^ First prize, motorcycle % 220 _ wn home/ residing outside of Los
To most popular fraternal lode?** . Second prize. Iroquois coaster- Angeles: •
Fust prize, upright piano * 600 brake bicycle •••,•••••••*•••**, 85 Frßt prize, sewing machine $ it
Second prize, regalia, to be se- Third prize, athletic sporting second prize, set of dishes y6|i
!°e ooted P by winner -. 160 JZ^T^nsioT^urnent: *° Third prize, kitchen cabinet.... 45
CONTEST NO. 6 winner's selection 15 .*;;■ SPECIAL CONTEST D 7
Couple CONTEST KO. 11 Wage.earnlng Boy or Girl
To mcst popular couple, man and _._ _ rd Girls Under 21 Years.;,' To most popular wage-earning boy
wife, father and daughter or son, ' , ' boy or ... or lr , residing outside of Los Angeles:
mr.ther and daughter or son, brothers. To most popular boy or gin. SIS typewriter » 115
sisters; two women or two men: p.izes-Twenty-flve scholarships, rang- Prize, typewriter * n*
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Shoes Half Price and Less
Over two hundred big display bargain
tables are displaying shoes for I men,
women and children, on sale ii. many
instances for half price and less. Con
vince yourst'.f and coma to the ,
■ MA-UdOTU HliOK HOUSE,
Hi South Broadway,
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