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I | WHO WILL GET IT? | (#) |
All Motormen and Conductors of the Electric Systems of Los Angeles, Pasadena and Santa Monica u^S
are eligible in the Grand Presentation Proposition of The Daily Herald for new subscribers, consisting of
85 —solid Gold, Hunting Case, Elgin Movement Watch—^ — 8
£>• Now on exhibition at the store of Montgomery Bros,, Jewelers* The presentation will be made on July }J2
p» 30th by the Herald Publishing Company* Save your ballots for your electric friends, that they may be
t> come possible winners of this beautiful Souvenir* 2£ 2£ 2C 2£ 2%Z *Cf
$S Names of Conductors and Motormen
PJjJ dt dt Employed on the Electric Car Lines of Los Angeles, Pasadena and Santa Monica. All are eligible as winners of the watch. dt dt \\<Q
eDj LOS ANGELES RAILWAY CO. LOS ANGELES RAILWAY CO. LOS ANGELES RAILWAY CO. LOS ANGELES & PACIfIC RAILWAY JjQ
j*' pi Anderson, R. S. Dahbrink, L» G. Hilding, Chas. Mushet, E. R. Thornburgh, G. M. Wynne, J. i Shehi, G. W. Stevens, C. W. W
SSsmjL AnSerson, H. T. Dyson, J. A. Ireland, C. N. Maurice, J. H. TUIr If* TU II lA/ A TsP M WM Taylor, H. H. Wherlan, R. W. Rlghter, F. W. Plowman. AJ. mßHmsr
Atkins, G. W. Downing, W, B. Irwin, W. J. More. S. TV*. II I X IX Bill l/lf Jl II II 81 Tomaseck, J. B. Wright, H. E. Shaw, H. E. Carpenter, W. D Y^s£
V| Argabrite, J. R. Duvall, A. H. Johnson, C. H. McClure, E. M. I 111 1.1 111 l ff/lllfll HI Tolmie, Harry Williams, G. A. Taylor, J. H. Smith, W. W. lA _J
W Adams, E. T. Drew. F. L. James, L. W. Nye, F. R. ■■■■V *\* ■■I ■_ Mill VII M xjlin. Jno. Week, T. J. Rhodes, H. W. Mclnery, C. IT CC
L ok m Anderson, E. M. De Frain, Geo. Jarvis, I, M. Neighbors, W. Hi MB Tjnderhill, A. J. Williams, D. N Payne, G. H. Napier, H. B. Lft J
Anderson, F. L. De La Vergne, B. Jordan C. W. Neft, W. C. IT |C OF SOLID GOLD H Utterback, J. L. Wright, J. H. Moffatt, J. C. Day, D. B. Vs#|
Birmingham, T. Doyle, P. Jordan, A. V. Noble, W. E. |/» n »TC Flh F WW Van Loan, W. E. Wallis, W. A. Wilson, J. F. Chamberlain, F. I. ******
f* J» Barrow, W. N. De Roulet, Chas. James, R. H. Neer, F. J. 14 NNC WM Vanderlohe, F. Wambold, E. H Doan, L. B. Newton, W. R. WMm
Baltser, E. M. Davis, C. F. Jennings, W. C. Ora, W. N. HUNTING CASE HI Vallentine, L. H. Willis, Jno. T. Wall. C. C. Grove, I. A. W /sJ
Wf\ Blakeman, C. E. Douglas, Jos. Kanes, A. T. Pierce, W. H. WM Vandergrltt, W. H. Wagner, M. O. Lost, W. C. Stevenson, E. B. I*
Baumbaek, G. W. Elliott, W. Kimmerlee, A Parrish, R. I. Hanrlcnmnlt/ FnnPai/nH II Williams, W. R. Wilson, H. L. Davis, J. R. Schrelmer, F. B. SUm.
Brown. Geo. Estey, A. G. Keith, W. L. Prindle, L. D. B, ~ . ||(JllUjUlllclV LIIUI uVvU ess U Woody, C. M, Woollacott, W. Cassldy, F. A. White. W. C. tr*Ws*
f »A Bandy, A. E. Fillsne, E. Klrby, W. B. Parker, A. J. H Wilson, J. H. Wilson. R. B. Rogers, C. W. Colver, W. L. 1
IQ V Berbe, W. E. Feller, Geo. Klng,)S. W. Pritchard, M. H. H Walte, A. T. Tonkin, E. W. Sharp, J. C. Pemberton, W. B WO5
L Brown, J. T. Frazler, R. F. Kreis, Sam L. Palmer, R. E. Weicrflt H Warren, H. M. Yarnell, C. A. Duma, W. J. Simms. H. H. Lt+Zl
Benjamin, J. W. Ferkel, C. A. Klrkpafrick, C. C. Petrie, H. N. Jr r!„. M Wakelle, W. E. Yarger, G. W. Scollard, J. E. Daniels on, A. R, VsJl
ia/V Belknap, E. M. Fuller, J. B. Kyle, M. C. Parker, A. a r A I 1 iMB B Wells, C. F. Young, L. B. Breslln, J. E. Donahey, Wm. A, irrin
Ijft *% Balstead, A. Flood, AL. Keith, J. J. Rensinner. L. G, Ot ■ tfflfWm 1 B Whltty, W. Young, A. E. Marvin. C. Swartz, Jos. J* 2s3|
T9f\l Brady, H. Fenders.-n. L. F. Llndesmith, G. B. Richards, Wm. M WjftHffl* f ■ Wade, A Zimmerman, G. H. Brlggs, E. F. Nelly E. B. (• Wl
LV9 Burnham, N. C. Fuller, F. R. Lawrence, S. Ryan.F. fenny Ijff/ ■ Wilkinson, P. B. Schenk, Jos. A. Voris, C. N. «• J
aWrfOA Brown, K. A. Foster, P. E. Lelffe, F. L. Rich, W. L. (uW UlllHf 1/ H 3»\LJt
Bailey, A. B. Forsha, C.'L. Lloyd, E. I Randolph, F. C. Weights UUdlllV ■ MAIN STREET AND AGRICULTURAL PARK LINE jZg
f£W Brattain, Geo. Green, H. H. Labee, N. Roberts, F. H. "Ruw H LOS ANGELES TRACTION CO. Schultz, W. Renzelbery, A. G.
tQ Banks, S. Gough, J. L. Lefman, J. H. Roe, T. W. llllT£Pj g p|l?'T~ H Nelson, C. Cleveland, L. «V
J** T% Tiartlett, T. Gallagher, J. Long, Jno. Reeves, C. L. ri • 8J Elman, Jacob Watson, F. G. Waggoner, Wm. Sellers, Geo. [9 W|
Breker, J. L. Griffen, J. J. Lambertson, W. O. nice. Chas. l~ iQIfl H Kilham, W. P. Davies, L. N. Petersen, P. C. , Pearson. J. W. jS**bJ*
Bruce, A. G. Gansert, C. La Barre, J. F. Rector, R. L. TvTnvpmpnt SHiwk 9 H Pollard, R. A. Lathom, W. N. Wood, David Amick, E. E.
£_ |,J Colby, J. E. Goodhue, J. W. Longstreet. F.C. Simmons, J. A. movement jHfyJpH !kRE£2.S!©CA H Brooks, P. T. Love, C. W. Black, J. C. Strong. W. "Mr. fji \
!9 *f Clinkenbrand, P. E. GansVr, A. Laben, P. A. Stokes, D. A. »,. , j«pffi|t||BMljM|» ■ Reeve, W. L. Heaton, H. L. Scheck, Wm. Macloskey, J. E. VOS
L Casey. E. W. Gicss, A. Litn r. J|[W. Smith, C. J. AfJJUSteO Mirkol H Hachett, C. H. McGuire, H. J. Brooks, David Swearinger, Win. mi*J
JW"* Calvert, Jno. Gorham, J. E. Latham, Jt. T. Sohkornadan, W. §»' Jf IllvltVl WM Mahan, Frank Cole, A. B. Coverston, C. P. Becker, F. W. VJ?
Clnrk, O. D. Gordell, Jno. W. Linguist, A. L. Starbuck. G.H. to EMI . H Davis, Frank Doyle, R. G. Clark, G. W. Reyes, J. R. _Nt
f* if* Chapman, G. W. Gallandet, B. S Mathewson, H. G. Smith, A. B. Bj Alien, G. W. Baker, J. P. Carlisle, C. E. Tudor, J. F.
lQ JL Chapman, J. C> Hnya, RM. F. Sherwood, S. Heat iP'Stlfl IT B Wood, Thos. Clemans, A. L. Coleman, E. O. Vignes, A. 0,
|M| Cronin, D. Hagenbaugh, I. M rrlson, J. R. Seibert,. J. C. 17 B Morgan. C. E. Spaenhower, O. J. Cortuvlend, A. Kilbourne, F. P» f« W|
SSihjL Cornell. G. Haymaker, F. W. Miles, R. H. Smith, E. E. Cold B Boring, Ross Connor, Chas. Porter, Benj. Bacci, G. J.
Chesebro, F. Hunt, V. Merrile, C. W. Smith, A. T. \Ssfeu*rmK H Boyd, W. R. , Brooks, R. H. Dye, E. R. KUnkhamer, A. 4£SES»
Lkj Chase, S. C. Haushe, J. B. Murphy, O. W. Steele, J. L. j ■ • Peterson, Gus Doyle,ll. C. Owens, D. C. Kennedy, T. 13. ft \
W Corsen, J. H. Heller, C. C. Morrison, W. Saxton, E. Ra ana IPWPIPfI B Kilham, W. A. Dysart, 11. S. Gllliland, A. G. W©s
L <Ia Coover. C. Hazen, A. L. Miller, W. G. Schenk, J. A. n ~. JVTTVIVU M Bond, E. E. Robbins, Thos. TEMPIf STRFfT DAIIWAV COMPANY 'tit i J
fcj* Cooper, W. F; Hallum, J. M. Merrihew, A. B. Shepard, G. A. Position B Cllne Herman Wood, W. E. ItWU SlKrtl KAILWAt tUWANT Wtfjf
S N Cook, J. B. Hastings, J. R. McNally, M. T. Smith, J. A. 11 Freeman, H, C. Davis, R. M. j Campbell. D. G. Barham. J. 23
J» Curd, T. H. Hampton, I. W. McKean, J. B. Smith, S. B. R| Hunt TS. Hughes, J. M. < Ailrtn, E. G. Wilson, Alfred Vfc*4
U Crowell, H. M. "ffarain, J. R. McCloy, W. S. Smith, E. E. No. 57T1775 M Buck, E. T. Garrett, D. C. , Squires, JW. ut !"' J : S l „ k. J
t Cleveland, W. Z. Hausen, C. L. Mendenhall, O. J. Sellers, H. Hi McClure A. Lewis, C. F. Tragnor. Jos. Burkhart, J. F. #9 C|
\S-tkjL Cra£t - H - F - Hard y. R - S- Mowers, W. H. ShTe. A. W. Mf Plank, D. E. Prewett, Geo. ! pear '„ C - W T ' Koontz, D. E
Christy, T. A. Haskins, F. C. Morse, F. C. Smith, S. H. PIJ Jr If li; aj r, ffl Thies, W. F. Hough, L. S. Stl,welß ' L ' „ Brasslngton, G. M.
fLfc) Corbin.R. Hancock, W. E. Moran, T. J. Shyrock. C. W. 50/O Btld Fully Warranted By B Godwin, B. R. Beach, W. Tj. Wildermuth D. S. Reed, A. A. fT \
P V Corson, G. W. Haeck, G. W. Mallery, C. J. Strelon, A. T. B Parsons, Geo. Hayhurst, R. B White, R. H. Lane J.R WOS
L«j| Cole, Thos. Hamilton, W. A. Meyers. Jno. Sparks, O. D. II ■ , f|—B Armstrong, C. W. Bissett, C. W. Dor, E. S. McFall, FH. J
Craig, H. Bi Hebel, J. S. Meirs, F. L. Snavely, J. C. M A flTft AITIA I*l/ KPA C WS Carroll H W Arthur, S. M. Lowny, Geo. Mangan, D. J.
W-V. Cline.D.S. Hanson, P. Meyers, F. de J, Smith, B. C. M 1111 I 1111111 Y, I V ill II \ M Momy, Eugene Bley. H. V. McDonnell, Levi Hill, G. G.
f t'ulon. H. E. Hamilton, F. A. Murray, J. M. Spear, W. H. I»■ Ull 111 VIIIVI T 111 VOl H HilUker H B Gray J A Register, W. A. VfeH
IQ Clark, E. J. Hero, R. R. MilsapAA. H. Smith. G. W. " H Th ies John ' Adams CH. MAIN AND FIFTH STREET LINE IT-J
C 9Z m ! r ', Y'Fiv Hinman, B. C. McComas, M. H. Scoville, E. L. JEWELERS . 120-122 N Snrina Sr B Cowgur, R. H. Harney, M. M. McClintock, J. T. Christlanson, H. l\
»M Cbadw Ok. O R Helmstadler, G. A McElroy, J. W„ Sawyer, A. L. JCWELIIKO . \i\J-\ii IN. opring Ot. WM Reel, P.,A, Hearn, R. H. Beers, S. P. Bell, J. A. jSLiI
V\ r ', Heller, L.C. McKenzie, A. Scherer, W. S. I „^ MI -, I *™ Butcher. O. M. Osterholt, W. T. Bacon, W. F. Harthot n, C. W.
Domimz, H. G. Hammer, Hal McNaughton, P. Summers, R. H. p - F - Biftleston, H. Willoughby, F. P, Walls, J. W.
|"THE 1 §
The ballot printed herein will appear in each daily issue of The Herald. Each Sunday issue will contain two ballots. These,
fo V properly inscribed with name of your choice, can be placed in the box at the business office of The Herald any time after May 15th. (*Cs
JgJ The conductor or motorman receiving the greatest number of votes will receive free of any cost to him the beautiful solid gold watch *W
joS herein described. dt ° ° dt dt dt dt dt dt tQ
l "1 Daily Herald Subscription Proposition for Gold Watch, July 30, V*l
*t!%hlK± 189S, for Conductors ami Motormen of Klectric Car Systems of Los
Angeles, Fuaadeua and Santa Monica. V^^j?
P-Jj Additional ballots in this proposi- . Present subscribers to the paper can I""* " ** YG\
tion can be obtained in the fnl 11 ' ' ' , • ■■ -JU obtain extra ballots for the time they e<* J
t,on Can De ° btamed m thC tQI " IHHHPII pay their subscription in advance on
/f f\ I 1\ lowing way. All new subscribers nilSr'l ' few W<] IE9 I the above basis. There are over 500 / I>l
|W s\ / I I \ . Tt n., v ... , HI PL* W W' l\a\Wm\ conductors and motormen employed / \ A* OS
/ \ Wh\ ' \ to The Daily Herald will receive .jjMLJLJ p|f • f 4iT IFJ TO on the various systems, all of whom / VWJ \ (L_l3
( \ \ votes as follows: S r: : |fflfa are eligible for the beautiful and valu- / kP>i/j \
(a k] il_■- ' - mi \Jk hf— I | "f 111 .. i, r 1* n j Br ~ J able reward offered. After receipt of j , —*[* A |4
\ 1 1 !if w..f 1 year's paid up subscription, 900 ,~H 1— j, W J Pdl B 3 3 first votes, on May 15th, a daily A-*m \ V Vj2i
T+Jf* \ ' , / 1 -L, 'l iLI- 11 .T!•II ■ I niwi'imsi fir record of all votes received the pre- \ ((tarl ar TW'7 1 nfJ
\ \ / 6 months'paid Up Subscription, 400 vious day will be published in The \ / 55
rljmz ! \ > I '» /' „ d sf*k9 KJP ONE VOTE FOR; NJ^/s Tr% Herald. The conductors and motor- VI // I / *^y>l
JOfH -\ ""' r " / 3 mQnthS' paid Up Subscription, 150 J)" men employed on the electric lines of \ J ' j / KrS
Vi.iT/ \ ».. . . y - yr K l/: " 71 •$* this city and adjoining towns are Xl "i I \l\ / V*
2 months' paid UP Subscription, 75 selected with great care by the several M
I|b||hbb 1 mOnth'S UP SUbSCriptiOn, 25 Copyright, 18 W ,H«raldPubll.hlngCo.,D J .Ang«l... C.l.Montgomeryßro...jeweler. HHlliaiai^Hl^
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LOS ANGELES HERALDt MORNING, MAY 1898

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