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Saturday Night's the Night!
Win a Special Prize So Your Friends Will Know You Are in to Win Be a Special Prize Winner and You Will Have Every Reason to Prove a Capital or Grand Prize Winner at the Close of the Contest NOW Spelled Backward Is WONllouKnow the Rest. Hustle The close of the First Special Prize Period occurs at 10 o'clock Saturday evening. Then's when the $350 Page Military scholarship; the $350 Page Seminary scholarship; the $180 Cumnock School of Expression scholarship; the $150 course in the New York School of Acting, and the $50 Gold Watch will be divided among the leaders in The Herald's $25,000 voting contest. The Five Special Prizes To bn div Mod anionir the Hv« candidates with tho five largest vote totals at 10 o'clock Saturday evening, April 9: First—s3so Scholarship in the Page Military Academy. Second—s3so Scholarship in the Page Seminary. Third—slBo Scholarship in the Cumnock School of Ex pression. Fourth —$150 Course New York School of Acting. Fifth—sso Gold Watch (Winner's Selection) at S. B. Bailey's. WOMEN WBXYISa I^/VCE AND SEWINO. < m Through China and Japan Pictures shown here are of places and people to be seen by the winners of the third capital prize—the Double Trip to the Orient—through China and Japan via Hon olulu, with stop-overs at all regular ports of call. Win It and Take Along a Companion ■ 4 1 "?*s&& kv£* r-"?,c y> t* *: r>i <?n,"'t ;\"V? '*& '•* if** Qwi '> '^Vfi^'^^f^ •*! Mxh®* ' | ijr>|:J)M[£fcl JalilßjP^^fa#^^ i" 1 * ' '::■? * *^ =f^':' " ' llV'1'':i:':>:i::';i1 ■'■'■■ ■■■■■■■■:' V ' l- ll'l^ »tes*sSll|)£i^^^■**'•-*■ HErfßfi*^ ««i«*^^'ss! SSL. li mH ": -;^j|^^i^^sl^^§fe^&' >' >-:; •' 111 CAMEL'S HACK iihiix.h:. KMl'lllWß'S <;.\hi>kn. I- LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, Al'lllf, '' i:>io. .' i. _M = i._m±ltem-EJtrri* •• - ■ ■•-■*—■■— -,«.--.,...„ M ,......,..... M r»7e,. "r^g^jgg^^ CIIIVU m \ki . BE.*tTlFbI. BHll' Of i hi. T. K. K. S. S. CO. First Special Prize Period Closes Saturday Evening FIVE splendid prizes go to the five candidates standing first, second, third, fourth and fifth, at 10 o'clock Saturday evening, April 9. All votes to apply on this offer must be cast by 10 o'clock Saturday evening. All candidates will mail or bring in votes- and corresponding remittances in a sealed envelops, with their names and addresses on the outside of the envelopes. Out-of-town candidates must mail their envelopes before 10 o'clock Saturday evening, so the postmark of their home postof fice will show that this was> done. Envelopes addressed to the Contest Department are being furnished all candidates. But use any envelope—put your vote slips and remittances in it, seal it, write your name and address on the outside and either mail it or have it in The Herald office BY 10 O'CLOCK SATURDAY EVENING, April 9. Be early; it's better to be safe than sorry. At 10 o'clock to the dot no votes will be accepted to apply on this offer. No excuses will be accepted; there will be no exceptions to the conditions set forth here. This is being made plain so you can understand it and in understanding it, abiding by it. The count will be made as soon as possible and the result of the first special prize sub competition announced, but no envelopes will be opened and no votes counted Saturday night. All envelopes will go unopened into a vault. No one but each candidate will know how he or she stands. The fairness of this arrangement is self-evident. To facilitate matters, candidates) must make no mistakes in turning in votes Saturday. Have your remittances and votes correct. Go over each item carefully. See that your votes check with your remittance and vice versa. And HUSTLE every possible minute between now and Saturday. You can never tell where you are going to open a rich and undreamed of source of votes. Overlook nobody! Leave nothing undone! Think votes! Get votes and CAST VOTES! Have a handsome vote total in tomorrow's* vote standing. Show your activity! Show your determination to win! Be a campaigner and your friends will join your forces. Thousands of people are becoming, daily, more and more interested in this contest. Enjoy the results of this interest —get their votes, for they are going to vote for somebody, why not you? Get all the votes possible cast early today so they will show in tomorrow's vote stand ing. Nothing is so successful as success. Show your friendsi you are up-and-doing! There's nothing so eloquent as votes in this contest! Let a steadily increasing vote total do your talking! Every subscription obtained by, or for you, means several more and this means votes, more votes and always still more votes! By arousing your friends to action; by organizing your forces; by giving the campaign the best that's in you, by doing everything possible to make your vote total loom up early, you will be forging onward and upward to ward the highest place among candidates, and this means you will get the $5300 bunga low ; or the $3380 automobile; or the double tour to the Orient—through China and Japan via the Hawaiian Islands, $787.50; or the $750 Lindemann Grand Piano or one of the other magnificent prizes. Remember —the first special prize period closes to the dot at 10 o'clock Saturday even ing and all votes cast in an effort to win a special prize must be cast by that hour, the ear lier the safer. AND REMEMBER THE VOTE SCHEDULE TAKES ITS FIRST TUMBLE AT THE SAME MINUTE SATURDAY EVENING. HERE IT IS IN BLACK AND WHITE: ' New. Old. Votes per $1 until 10 p. m., April 9 200 100 Votes per $1 after 10 p. m., April 9 190 95 Vote Standing Tomorrow First Vote Reduction At 10 ori.ii it Saturday ev«nln«, April !>. tb« first vot« reduction occurs L'ntll then every dollar turned in on new subs, rlption pay ments 200 votes will br Issued, but ;i.fter that hour on tha*. data but 190 votes Will be counted. And a dollar paid in on old subscription payments .omits 100 votes, but after that hour on that date It'will count for 9". votes, Moral—TUßN IN AT.L, THE BUSINESS YOU CAN BEFORE THE DROP OCCURS! ___ When you turn in 10 new subscriptions at one and the same tlm« you wUI get 100 e,xira votes for every dollar in tlie club. For In stance, 1" new yearly subscriptions ordinarily > ount for 10,000 votes and 5000 extra votes, or 16,000 votes altogether. But the subscrip tions in the club do not need to bf< the. same length. Assorted lengths aro O. K. Just see to It that tha TEN SUBSCRIPTIONS ARE XKW! OIUHNTAIj MOTH KB AND HER FKECIOO9 IyQAB. Luxurious Steamer for the Orient The Double Trip to the Orient "Will Be Made on the Chlyo Mara— New Triple Screw Turbine Steamer of the Toy Kisen Katsha, Oriental Steamship Co. The Chiyo Maru and Tenyo Maru Are Beautiful Ships. Ask W. H. Avery, Asst. Gen. Mgr., Flood Bldg., San Francisco, for Literature Regarding These Ships and This Trip. . ( Here's How — Nomination Blank Los Angeles Herald Grand Prize Voting Contest LOS ANGELES HERALD. Los Angeles, Cal. I desire to make the following nomination: Name ..v Street and City «.••«•• State —'••*••• Nominated by Address Note— This nomination blank U good for 1000 free vote*. Only on* nomi nation will be accepted for each candidate. Names of persona making nominations will not bo divulged when so requested. Do It Now 11