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FOR men and women in The Herald's mammoth sub
scription and classified advertising Voting Contest.
Pick out the prize you want —nominate yourself, inaugu
rate your vote-getting campaign NOW and that prize will
be yours. Think of it! A $5300 home; a $3380 automobile;
a— W ell, look over the list of prizes yourself. Nominate
yourself or a friend NOW!
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Plan of Contest
The Los Anseles Herald, with its usual enterprise and progressive
ness, has Inaugurated a $25,000 voting contest, in which a great many
handsome and valuable prizes will be awarded to live, energetic
men and women in California. Nevada, Arizona and New Mexico
This is the .greatest subscription and classified advertising contest
ever conducted by a newspaper in Southern California. The prizes
to be given way absolutely without cost and under the very simplest
conditions are. without dout. the most magnificent ever awarded by
any institution in any enterprise. „„»„„ •„
The prizes will be awarded to those securing the most votes in
accordance with the conditions published elsewhere in this announce
ment. There is absolutely no "chance" or "luck" or "guessing about
this contest. All you have to do to win a prize is to enter the contest
as a candidate and conduct a vote-getting campaign among your
frvoufs will be given during this contest for both old and new paid
in-advanoe subscriptions to The Herald, as well as for the sale of
classified advertising coupon books, which will be good for classified
advertising in The Herald. See the schedule and note more votes
given for subscriptions. Also that subscriptions turned in tons
the first period count for more votes than they will after. It is wise
therefore, to start at once and make every subscription count for
the maximum of votes. -„_,«
Any respectable man or woman may enter this contest as a candi
date by sending In his nomination to the Contest Manager, or having
a friend do £ It costs absolutely nothing to become a candidate
ar.d nothing for your friends to vote for you and therebj assist >ou
in winning a prize worth thousands of dollars .... divison,
The territory embraced in this contest is divided In o -:o divi9O"f;
Nos 1 and 2, respectively, and these in turn are subdivided into four
districts, as shown elsewhere in this announcement.
Each candidate will compete from the district and "^ «' the
district where he or she lives or has business interests. CANDIDATES
HOWEVER, ARE NOT CONFINED TO THEIR OWN DISTRICTS
WHEN SECURING VOTES. BUT MAY GET THEM FROM ANY
WHERE IN THE WORLD. The capital prizes will be divided
equally in the two divisions, two going to each division to the
candidate* receiving the highest number and next highest number
of votes in their respective" divisions (read over "How the Prizes
Will Be Aw-ardedf carefully). The eight grand prizes will be
dlv Wed among the eight candidates who lead their respective districts
(see "How Prizes Will Be Awarded" for this also). MT m TTTF
Nominate yourself or a friend at once—today—THlS MINUTE,
fall Telephone or drop a line to the contest department and you will
supplied immediately with all taking The Herald now to
friends and acquaintances, who are not taking The Herald now to
subscribe. If they are taking it. get them to pay all back s"°scrip
tienV and then subscribe for a year or more in advance. See
everybody, it makes no difference where they live You will receive
cradit for the money collected and turned in with balance. -Write
you r friends-all of them. Write everybody. Carry this announce
ment with you. Early energy will bring you a beautiful home.
ThrY'e short months of hustling will make you the owner of a prize
wh" h ordinarily would take you a lifetime to get. Your friends will
subscribe^gladly for The Herald, which is Southern California', paper
tor -the, homesf Every cent paid on subscription brings Immense
Vaße*ud this contest page carefully, and if there is anything not
„£?,'" cleir to you call or telephone the contest department and
Tl? in formation wm 'be furnished 5 gladly. BUT WHATEVER YOU
DO. DO IT NOW! Sunset 8000
Home 10211. NOW' ■ sunset sooo.
Division I
(Comprising Districts A and B.f
The eib\- of Lo* Angeles within the following boundaries: Slauson
aVerruTonl south, Arlington avenue on west to Wilshire boulevard
east on Hoover, north to Effie, east to San Fernando road, north to
WhltmVe avenue, north on Aldama to Fayette and Crescent, south
along Salt Lake railroad to Avenue 43. then east to Griffin, south
to Griftfcn io Fenn, thence fast to Westminster, south to Wabash.
last to Hughes, south to Hollenbeck, West to Alameda, south to
Slauson. DISTRICT A
All territory within the above boundaries and west of the following
dividing HneT Main street, beginning at Slauson avenue to Spring
itreet™ along Spring street to San Fernando, San Fernando street
along Los Angeles river to northern boundary line.
DISTRICT B
All that territory within the city limits and east of the dividing
** " *Yen ab°V6' NOTICE
(The dlvidtng line runs in the center of the given streets hence
buildings on the west side of Main and Pan Fernando are in District
A, and those on the eastern side are ln District «.)
Division II
(Comprising Districts' C and D)
All that territory not within tlie boundaries of Los Angeles city
as Bet forth under heading Division I.
DISTRICT C
All that portion of Los Angeles county not within the boundaries
of Los Angeles city as set forth under heading Division I. and also
Ban Bernardino and Orange counties.
DISTRICT D
All othor territory not Included in any of the above districts.
How Prizes Will Be Awarded
DIVISION OR CAPITAL PRIZES
Tho two candidates (men or women) leading each of the two divis
ions when the final count of votes has been made will he known as
division leaders tor capital prize winners. Thus, there will be four
capital prize winners, two In each of the two divisions. Of these
four division leaders the ono casting the greatest number of votes
will receive the $5300 home; the one casting the next greatest number
of votes will receive the $3800 Knox Automobile; __the one pasting the
third largest number Of votes will receive the $.81.uO double; trip to
the Orient, and tho one casting the fourth greatest number of votes
prill receive tho $750.00 grand piano.
DISTRICT OR GRAND PRIZES
•The two candidates ln each district casting the greatest and next
irroatest number of votes, respectively, will be grand prize winners.
Th ere will be eight fraud prize winners. Tlie candidate leading
among the eight district leaders will receive the tirst grand prize
(the $600 dining rocm set); the district leader standing next will
receive the second grand prize (the 1500 bank account); the district
leader standing third will receive the double trip to Honolulu ($300);
the district leader standing fourth will receive the double trip to
Alaska and return, via the Pacific Const Steamship lines (s26b); the
district leader standing fifth will receive the double trip to Alaska
via the North Pacific ancr Alaska Steamship companiesl lines ($264);
the district leader standing sixth will receive the double trip to
Honolulu via the Oceanic Steamship Company's line: the one stand
ing seventh will receive the $250 talking machine, and the one stand
ing eighth will receive the- double trip to Mexico '"ity and return. ($220.)
NOTE
To insure prizes for twelve candidates (four capital prise winners
and eight grand prize winners) capital prize, winners will not be
awarded grand prizes nor grand prize winners capital prizes.
SPECIAL PRIZES (See List in Next Column)
Activity will bo the order of the day In The Herald prize voting
contest, 'and the candidate showing such activity will be well
rewarded. Early activity will be especially well rewarded. Thou
sands of dollars in special prizes are to be awarded for special effort.
WATCH for detailed information on this point, but GET BUST
NOW "NOW," you know, spelled backward, is success.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 22, 1010.
$25,000
v I IN PRIZES §
Four Capital Prizes
Hire* r'onifal Magnificent soven-room, * two-story Bungalow with 60x150 lot In College Tract, the
Tirol vapllal truly ideal residence district of Los Angeles. This home, located at 1832 West Forty-
D '„ ninth street, Is all ready for an occupant. Every modern convenience is installed; it
rriAC has every up-to-the-minute feature. Perhaps it will suffice simply to say lt«C'i(|A
was built for The Herald by the Los Angeles Investment Company. Go see this home $%jJ\j\J
S'«Vi#l C >n'tr>l Superb 1910 Model "R" five-passenger Knox Tourabout, one of the most aristocratic oars
I 11(1 VJcipiUll on the market and a car whose performance is as distinguishing as its appearance. Com
p.;, „ plete equipment is included with the machine. Visit the Henry-Brown Motor* TO A
I I I/A; company's headquarters at 1136 South Main street and inspect it y)*jO\J\t
ThirA Cnn'iinX Double trip to the Orient-through China and Japan, via Honolulu, with 30 days' stop-
I IUIU Vidplldl over privilege at Hawaii's chief city— on the floating palaces of the Toyo Risen Kaisna,
n ri ' Oriental SS. Co.— for no term other than "floating palace" does Justice to this company s
I I I/A, ships. And no trip is more interesting-, more replete with wonders than a visit to the far
east, to China and Japan, the land of the setting sun, where all is beauty and romance. The C7ft / Sfl
Herald's guests—the winner and companion—will enjoy the best of the finest. Value «p /O/>i/U
Fnnrfh rnnifni A Grand Piano of the world-famed I.indeman make, and this means a piano representing
rUUlin Liapiiai years of study, care and thought in piano-making. The Herald's Instrument is known as
PriTO Style 44, made in fancy figured antique, mahogany, possessing all extra excellent features.
f lilt, In " a -word, the Greatest and Latest Achievement of S. G. Llndeman. Dimen- (j?7Cf|
sions: 5 feet 1 inch long, 4 feet 9 inches wide. Purchased from the Fitzgerald Music Company «p/ «JV
Eight Grand Prizes
Firct CranA A handsome nine-piece Colonial Dining Room Set, made of solid Cuban Mahogany, all
rilM ; VJIdUU crotched veneer and consisting of five side chairs, one arm chair, upholstered in the very
P-i- n best grade of pebble-grain leather, extension table 12 feet long; with sideboard 60 inches
I IlAe long by 24 inches deep; china closet 4S inches wide, 64 inches high and containing glass
backs for two shelves. The shelves are solid mahogany. This set Is one that would grace a mansion, ana
was purchased from the Mackie-Foley Company, 723-5 South Hill street, where it is now on exhibition, Ail
lovers of the beautiful and artistic in furniture are invited to visit Mackie-Foley's NAflll
and see this set «PUVV
Cn Pnn J CranA A $500 Bank Account. We have deposited with the Oil and Metals Bank and Trust
oeCOIIU ijianQ company $500 in gold, to be awarded to some candidate at the close of the Contest. With
D r ; 7n a sum like this to his or her credit as a result of a few weeks' effort, the winner
I lilt; w m nave &oo cause to feel well rewarded, and $500 is a substantial start to- (TCfll|
ward a fortune; it Is not often an opportunity like thU is offered. Just a few weeks' hustling nets... f)O\r\r
ThirH CranA A double trip to Honolulu on the splendid ships of the Matson Navigation Company• of
lIIIIU VjldllU Snn Francisco—a company which makes a specialty of Hawaiian tours. Fine fas snips
Prim with accommodations unsurpassed by any will carry The Herald's two guests to Hu«.i "'
True the island of wondrous charms, and bring them safely home, when they choose to return.
They will see everything In the islands' bewildering array of interesting offerings. More detailed Partlc"' al»
regarding these trips and all other prizes wll be published in the Daily Herald— space does not o» Jlljl
permit of any lengthy description here. Watch for pictures and particulars of these trips. Vaiue.^uwv
Fniirth CranA Double trip to Alaska via Seattle and return on either of the sister ships, governor or
rOlirin Walla President, of the Pacific Coast Steamship Company. These trips to Skagway. Alaska,
I).' 7O via Seattle, offer an interesting array of feature*. The ride along the Pacific coast rrom
I riZe San Pedro to Seattle Is sixty minutes of pleasure to every hour. The ships Goor tt 'l""
President are famous on this coast. The Journey between Seattle and Skagway is made on either tlie 1 °"-Jk
City or City of Seattle (Pacific Coast S. S. Co.) via the "Inside Passage." touching at Prince Rupert. »«"■»
Columbia, Ketchikan, Metlakatla, Wrangell, Petersburg, Douglas, Treadweil Gold Mine. Juneau, names. °"a
Ktlllsnoo. This route includes visits to glaciers, including special cads at beautiful Taku and me won
derful Davidson Glaciers; the deserted Indian totem pole village of the old Kasaan, historic set- C7nn
tlements, thriving cities and passing some of the grandest scenery in the world. Value •• <pn\t\J
Fifth CranA Double trip to Alaska via Portland on the steamship Roanoke of the North Pac'^
rlllll lirana steamship Company. This popular and elegant steamship, Just from the hands of the
I) f '„.. shipbuilders, where she has been practically rebuilt with a cost of $100,000, is one or tno
rilZe fastest and most elaborate and comfortable steamships on the Pacific coast, sue w
carry The Herald's guests to Seattle, and after seeing the sights in that hustling city they will
board the Jefferson or Dolphin of the Alaska Steamship Company, which will carry them ever me C/KJ.
Southeastern Alaska route. Watch for further announcements in The Herald. Value <VH\J-K
<Jiv<-K CranA On the steamship ALAMEDA of the Oceanic Steamship Company. 344 South Spring
aiXln UranO , t reet, Los Angeles. A beautiful trip to a beautiful country in a beautiful .6 n h|P-*! D " y
D r :, what this double trip is! Call at the local offices of the Oceanic Steam ship Company
rriZe an d "ask the man" about this double trip. Ask for illustrated literature He »ill tell
you all about this prize— worth a lot more effort than will be required to get it. 'Win this trip. C/nll
To do so you need stand sixth, only, among grand prize winners *"ww
O ovon f h A beautiful Columbia Graphonola—a worjd-famous instrument. The winner• of this will
DeVentn get an instrument that meets the most exacting tests. It will suffice to say that this
CranA Prlia instrument has been purchased from the Fitzgerald Music Company. &23 South Broadway,
brand rriZe dealers in the very best musical Instruments and supplies on the market. The C/Hil
Talking Machine is on exhibition at Fitzgerald company's store. Value iff to W
V'urhth CranA Double trip to Mexico City and return. Larger than England. Ireland, 00*1*11,* tr"^
Jilgntn lirand France combined; wonderful in its material resources, charming in climate rich in tra
n ■„„ dltion, picturesque beyond description, grand in prehistoric ruins, Mexico_is a country
rriZe immensely attractive and Interesting, and with the possible exception of Japan has no
peer In universal progress in recent years. Ruined temples, the adobe pyramids, unread hieroglyphics ana
romance and tragedy which invest the country will make it of unusual Interest to the traveler, The.ror
tunate winner of this prize will take a companion. The National Railways of Mexico have ar- e771l
ranged this trip throughout and will show The Herald guests everything to be seen. Value 47^**v
Special Prizes ■
To be given away from time to time in addition, over and above and besides the capital and »™"* P'fr^m time
ln the preceding list. These special prizes will he awarded for special effort, as will be a,"""""^^™,," a
to time P As "a word to the wise is sufficient." nothing need be said here about the r C e °.™rdfng
candidate NOW and inaugurating a campaign IMMEDIATELY. Watch for further announcements retarding
special prize awards. They are already purchased and ready for distribution.
1900— TIBCES OF IMrEHIAL, VAI.LEV PROPERTY— IBOO
The above headline would be sufficient to get the attention of any one who knows anything about l" Mt tw , ln We ,t
portunltles. We have purchased from the Imperial Investment company lour lots, two In Bra» le> ana '. , way m
moreland, both flourishing towns In one of the richest districts in the United States. These lots will be en en
special prizes, so watch for announcements regarding these.
*OOO—STKOKR UPRIGHT PIANO—»6OO. „ ... „.1,,. n l a h
We have purchased as a special prize a Steger "Innovation" upright piano style 24, 4. '«'9\l na caw
5 feet 3 inches wide and with 71-3 octaves compass. This piano is a beauty; all carving Is <!""« ** na"° un
design is along entirely new lines; its appeal is to those whose artistic sence Is most delighted Dy in. u»
usual. Photograph and full description will be published in The Herald.
$500—IN EXQCISITB JEWELRY— -«_»«. Hrnndway
From the reliable firm. S. B. Bailey, manufacturing Jewelers and diamond merchants, 353 South^Broaowaj^
we have purchased $500.00 worth of assorted Jewerly. to be divided and awarded ,a» Xmond ring a fifty
assortment will include diamond rings, gold watches, chains, etc. A one hundred dollar d wrn°nd rms,a See
dollar solid gold watch and two twenty-five dollar watches have been set aside as nomination pn •
heading, "Nomination Prizes," elsewhere on this page.
•350—PACK MILITARY ACADEMY— t>-~. Military
We have purchased from the Page Military Academy scholarships to this amount, .*■*** academy
Academy is one of the finest institutions of its kind In the west. The traJnin * » b t oZ/f * , a , prizes The
is the best he could possibly get anywhere. These scholarships should prove attractive special prizes,
academy is located at 137 West Adams street, Los Angeles. yxJ,
•3.IO— PAGE SEMINARY—»3SO i««mV«i it the
The Herald has also purchased scholarships from the Page seminary to this amount. Page n"£_ h ° 8 e* h ,",*
corner of West Adams street and Grand avenue—one of the mo« aristocratic residence sections of this city—^ hold. U « same
position among seminaries of the west as the military academy holds among the military »" d ml " °' _■* , attractive
under the name management, and each has a large staff of experienced Instructors. These should prove most attractive.
$300— CHAUVEXET CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC AND IMtAMATIC ART— slnc<ire thorough
This conservatory was opened In June. 1906. Since then hundreds of student, have be^nenroUed Sincere thorough
and individual Instruction Is w»at each student gets and each Instructor is an artist of fame. The winners of tnese cou
will have good cause for whole hearted satisfaction.
$300—INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDS CE SCHOOL—S3OO „„.,,,„, i 1 ( to
The International Correspondence Schools are so well known that lengthy mention is not eded 11*'£ o £
bring out the attractiveness of their courses. The winners of these special prizes will be permitted to choose
whatever special line of study they wish to take up. '
*JOO—OCEANSIDE PARK LOT— WOO h
An Ideally situated building lot In Oceanslde Park, a short distance from the city of San Diego and at th. JuneMon of the
Ocean,Me and Eseondldo railways. Occ-anside Park Is one of the most popular of Southern California ••easld«resort».Bna
thousands of dollars have been spent in erecting a large bathing pavilion. The winner of this special prize lot will receive
something that will Increase in value with each succeeding day.
»IBO—CUMNOCK SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION—SIBO a —«i»«
Scholarships in this school cannot help but be attractive. The Cumnock school. was opened In :Los Angeles
In the fall of 1894. and each succeeding school year has seen larger and larger classes The Heraldls q special
prize courses will include full and thorough courses in expression under the most proficient of instructors.
1150— ANGELES SCHOOL OF ART AND DESIGN— $150
Established in 1887, the Los Angeles School of Art an 1 Design—opposite Westlake park—ls one of the most
famous art schools in America. Four pictures by students of this school were selected_by _the art °°rnminon
of the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposition, three of them obtained awards, a gold medal, bronze medal and hon
orable mention. It is safe to say that these scholarships will be objects of lively competition.
*190— YORK SCHOOL OF ACTING—*ISO - , ... , •.
The New York School of Acting gives instruction that is thorough and complete in acting, specialties, elocu
tionoratory, to This school is conducted on the plans of the most successful eastern and European schools
and offers similar advantages and opportunities. Anyone desiring to become proficient in acting or enjoy the
benefits of physical, voice and social culture, will knew the value of these special prizes.
$110—TWO VIOLINS—*IIO • -*■'"•'. <*-■
Two excellent violins have been purchased from the Fitzgerald Music company and will be awarded as
snecial prizes A good violin Is something that every musician appreciates. Candidates who are musicians
o? who have relatives musically inclined, will doubtless work energetically for these violins. The violins
selected are of famous makes and of the best materials and workmanship throughout. They are on exhi
bition at the Fitzgerald company's store.
$100—CALIFORNIA SCHOOL FOR BOYS— *100 ;
m,«» raiifnrnli School for Boys, 1949-52 Lovelace avenue, has as its aim providing of comforts and aavan
tales of a good home for boys. Promotion of their development, moral and mental advancement, military
tr fining nhtsU-a culture and sloyd form the daily work of the pupils. Thus both body and mind are given
the test'possible training. The staff of teachers consists of five men and five women, all highly proficient in
their respective divisions. »,00-LADIE,s- EVENING OOWN-»100 „ ''<■•*
We have deposited with Louise G. Potts, importer and ladies' tailor, 512 S. Broadway, this amount, and the
winner will select a gown according to her own desires. Mme. Potts has been in business for a .core of
yeart and occupies an enviable reputation as an importer and ladies' tailor. This prize U one that needs
no further mention, for what woman does not desire a beautiful evening gown when obtained so easily?
$100—EASTMAN KODAK AM) PISUMO CAMERAS— „.;/.
From C C Pierce and company, 127 West Sixth street (corner Spring), The Herald has purchased, an
Batftman Kodak and two Premo Cameras-world famous. Each will include supplies for developing work,
fu'pplTes etc ° hence each of these special prizes will be most complete. Watch for further special prize an
nouncements, and become a candidate NOW! .
JiIOO—INSTRUCTION IN VIOLIN—#IOO
Karl Prochnow with the De Chauvenet Conservatory of Music and Dramatic Art, will instruct winners of
these prizes Prof Prochnow studied under such artists as Prochnow, sr.; Schweinberger and Rundel of New
York- the great Ysaye and while attending the Michigan Conservatory of Music under Henry Era and Leo
Iltman completing \vork under Prof. Krhardt of Lelpslc and Dezso Nemes, the great Hungarian violinist.
Prof Prochnow's fame is great throughout Southern California, little need be said here.
$100— FILLMORE SCHOOL OF MUSIC—
The Fillmore School of Music, 325 Blanchard Hall building, is entering' its fifth year of artist-making. Four
branches have been established, and the faculty is second to none in Southern California. Fortunate indeed
wnf be the winner of this course-a piano course under the personal tuition of Prof. Thomas H. Fillmore.
KEEP THIS SUPPLEMENT FOR REFERENCE
REE
FILL out the nomination blank below and mail today—
this minute. Telephone your name to the Contest De
partment. The thing is to get your name in at once! The
sooner you start, the sooner you will have a handsome vote
total, and each and every one of these magnificent prizes
goes to a vote-getter absolutely free! Read this page over
carefully, and then get busy!
Conditions of Contest
Any man of woman of good standing residing In the territory de
scribed as comprising the Contest District is eligible as a candidate,
When duly nominated) oxcept as hereinafter stated.
No employe of The Herald, nor any member of his or her Immediate
fiiniily, will be permitted to participate in this contest as a candidate.
The Contest Management reserves the right to reject any nom
ination.
Votes will be given In accordance with the schedule of votes pub
lished elsewhere in this announcement.
Votes will be counted on regular weekly or monthly accounts only
when paid to the contest department or to a contestant.
The prizes will be awarded lp accordance with the conditions
and announcements as frequently published In The Herald. No
verbal or written agreements or statements of any person In any
way different from the conditions and announcements will be recog
nized.
The Contest Management reserves the right to be the final arbiter
in settling any and all questions that may arise concerning the
contest, and Its Interpretation of the conditions shall be final.
Candidates and their friends are not confined to the district In
which they reside In securing votes, but may secure them from any
other district, town, state or territory In the United States, or any
other country.
The HeraH will not be responsible for typographical error In the
contest announcements any further than making subsequent cor
rection of same.
In the event of a tie between two or more of the candidates for
any one of the prize or prizes, the prize or prizes so tied for will be
awarded jointly to the candidates so tying.
A new subscriber shall be designated as one who 1s not a regular
subscriber of The Herald or is not taking The Herald at this date.
A person who changes his address, or who has the paper trans
ferred from his own name to another member of the family, home
or office, will not constitute a new subscriber.
No votes will be counted for any candidate unless the name of the
candidate accompanies the remittance.
During the contest, agents will not be allowed to deduct commis
sions or money turned In to the credit of candidates.
Votes once cast for a candidate cannot be transferred to th« credit
of another candidate.
Two or more payments on the same or separate subscription cannot
be added together In order to count more votes In accordance with
the voting schedule, but a new subscriber secured as a result of the
contest may resubscrihe as many times as desired, In order to vote.
The contest will close at 10 p. m. Thursday, June 30, 1910.
Los Angeles Herald
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Dally, l>> mall or carrier, one jmr SOO
Sunday Herald, one year 1.50
Schedule of Votes
Paid Subscriptions
For every $1 received on paid-in
advance subscriptions, votes will be
given free as follows:
Now. OM.
From March SO to April B, Inclnslm COO vote* ]0* vote*
From April 10 to April 33. incluMv* 190 vote* (5 vote*
From April t* to May 7, Inclusive 180 votea 90 votea
l'rom May 8 to June 11, Inclusive • ■ 170 votea 80 votea
From June 13 to June 30, Inclusive 165 votea 78 vote*
EXTRA VOTES FOR CLUB SUBSCRIBERS
Until further notice 100 extra votes. In addition to the above schedule.
Will be counted for every dollar turned In with a club of ten new
subscribers.
VOTES ON CLASSIFIED SUBSCRIPTIONS
(A fo.oo Coupon Book for $4.00)
From March 30 to May 7. Inclusive SO* votea per book
From May 8 to June 30, inclusive 00C vote* per book
EXTRA VOTES ON COUPON BOOKS
Until further notice 100 extra votes, In addition to the above schedule,
will be counted for every dollar turned in on five classified adver
tising coupon books, purchased at one and the same time.
Nomination Prizes
Pill in the nomli<atlon blank below, and if your candidate is a capital
prize winner you get a handsome prize free. If your candidate wins
the first captal prize you will receive a $100 diamond ring; If your
candidate is the second capital prize winner you will receive a $50.00
solid gold watch (you will select it yourself); if your candidate wins
the third or fourth capital prize you will receive a $25.00 gold watch.
Nominate as many candidates as you desire. It Is not necessary to
consult with your friend before you nominate them—just flu out
the blank and send it in. One minute's thinking may net you bis
returns. Fill this out and win one of the above prizes.
Nomination Blank
Los Angeles Herald Grand Prize Voting Contest
LOS ANGELES HERALD, Los Angeles, Cal.
I desire to make the following nomination:
Name
Street and City k
State
Nominated by ■..,
Address
Note—Thin nomination blank Is good for 1000 free Tot«*. Only one nomi
nation will be accepted for each candidate.
Names of persons making: nominations will not b« divulged when
so reauested

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