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Mr. J. C. Carroll is receiving the congratulations of her manv friends for winning the special $2£00 prize, which was given for the most sub scriptions last week. Mrs. .Carroll is the wife of the Rev. J. C. Carroll, as sistant pastor of Olivet Baptist Church, --—.. and is being strongly supported by the various church organizations. Mrs. John McPherson is. making an exceptionally race and her many friends are giving her exceptionally strong support. Mrs. McPherson is well known to all through her work in public health service. Mrs. E. T. Beck of Evanston, III., is being loyally Supported by her large host of friends in Evanston and in Chicago. Mrs. Beck is the wife of Dr. E. T. Beck, tvell known physician and _Names of Contestants j HOW TO GET 3,280,000 VOTES. Just two ten-year subscriptions to The Chicago Whip will count you 2,480,000 votes. One five-year subscription credits you with 600,000 more votes. This makes a total of .3,080,000 votes for only three good sub scriptions. In addition, with the two ten-year subscriptions and the one five year subscription you get the 200,000 extra votes, making a grand total of 3,280,000 votes. This is the way to pile up the big vote score—this its the way to get the winning votes that will land the brand new $1,670.00 Paige. Remember that the last chance to land votes on the double-quick ends Saturday night, June 3rd, at 10 o'clock. Remember thatt the two-, three-, four-, five-, and ten-year subscriptions count the greatest number of v*otes. Mr*. J. C. Carrol!, 504 E. 37th StL.. 460,300 Mr*. Johnny' H. McPherson, 5530 Cottage Grove Ave--- 430,500 Mrs. E. T. E*eck, 1818 Darrow Ave., Evanston, III... 405,200 Mrs. Lottie Gordon, 3324 Wabash Ave. 385,100 Mr*. Evangeline Robert*. 102 E. 35th St. 355,700 Mr. Henry E. Humphreys, 4449 Gvans Ave. .-... 340,900 Mrs. Lula Gordon, Spring Valley, 111.-.-. 335.700 Miss Ollie Beasley, 446 E. 46th St., 3rd Floor... 320,300 Mrs. Myrtle Roberts, Leroy Drug Store. 24 W. 29th St--- 310,400 Miss Eo'ith Hodges. 3652 Indiana Ave. ...—- 305,900 James R. Zinn, 3511 S. Dearborn S’t..... 200,700 Dr. Wm. Rainwater, 2703 St. Antoine St., Detroit, Mich.—** — 200^500 Mis* Mary Byrd, 3457 State St.............. 290,300 Mr*. Gladys Cas*tno, 2968 Vernon Ave.....265,300 Miss Marietta Graham, 3926 Reopelle Ave.. Detroit, Mich.— 2341000 Mi** Emma Peynoldi, Forrest City, Ark..._.—-.. 266,000 Mme. Williemay Wilson, 25 E. 28th St..... 265,000 Miss Wilkerson, 3oth and Giles .-...-.-.. 210,900 Miss Florence Burton, 4624 Evans Ave..—........— 2^05,500 Miss Hortense Grac.eland, 4026 Indiana Ave...^205,500 Miss Helen Green, 4836 Calumet Ave...._..—--205,300 Miss Lillian Murray, 3126 Wabash Ave..-205,100 Miss Ruth King. 3353 Wabash Ave.....*195.700 Mr. Samuel McLemore, 3456 State St.-.+ 195,500 Mr. W. W. Kimbrough, 652 E. 48th St...190,700 Miss Edith Lee, 3419 Vernon Ave.... 185,800 Miss Helen Wilson, 4006 Wabash Ave...... 180,500 Rev. W. M. Bennett. 438 E. 37th St.+... 175,600 Mrs. Ida Strong, 122 E. 41 at St.-.-.4™ 165.400 Miss Ruth Tolmaire, 4744 Wabash Ave... . 165,300 Miss Edna Winters, 4508 Calumet Ave. ...... , ,.. 165.300 Mrs. Sula Mae William’s, 5000 Wabash Ave.... 165,200 Miss Sarah A. Ball, Ahiceville, Ala ... 165,100 Mis* Adah Harris, Avenut* Theatre, 3!st and Indiana Ave... 165,100 Miss Marie Lucas, 3510 Michigan Ave.. ..+. 165,400 Miss Edna Purifoy, 3659 Grand Blvd........ 165,000 Mr. James Churchill, 6446 Champlain Ave...*- 145,500 Miss Zenia Douglas, 4742 Grand Blvd. ..... 135,900 Mrs. Anna Ecton, 4528 Indisuna Ave. ....... 135.700 Mrs. W. Hammond, 4526 St. Lawrence Ave. .*. 135,500 Miss Georgia Hueston Jones, Recorders Office, County Bldg. .. 135,400 Mr*. Mammie Chipchase, 3844) Vincennes Ave.... 90,000 Prof. J. J. Hanna, Jones, Okla... ....... 90,000 Prof. James Mundy, 3834 Wabash Ave. ...«... .. 75,200 Prof. J. Wesley Jones, 230 Campbell Ave...... 65.500 x, Mr*. Charlie Copeland, 4436 India.na Ave. 65,200 ' . Mr*. Howard, 4500 Sheridan Road—. 65,200 Mi»* Ruth McCoo, 3842 Calumet Av©. 65,200 Mi** Elsie Norri*, 4737 St. Lawrence Ave... 65,100 Mr*. Rev. Jno. Robinson, 213 E. 50th St... 65 jqq Mis* Alby Simms, 5727 Wabash Ave. 65.100 Mrs: Annie Smith, 552 E. 36th St. 65,100 Mr*. Whitted, 614 Aberdeen Ave. ............ qq jqq Mis* Pauline Clark, 3433 Wabash Ave....... 35,700 Mr*. Edwina Cole, 3345 Giles Ave. ... 35 jqq Mi*s Inez Draw. 3000 So. Park Ave.. 35 $qq Mrs. W. E. Griffin, 4325 Penn Ave., Kansas City, Mo. .. 35 200 Mrs. Viola Hill, 5410 Dearborn St.. 35 200 Mrs. Oscar Horton, 6422 Evans Ave. 35 jqq Mrs. Rev. Harvey, 5244 Wabash Ave.. 35 jqq Miss Pauline Lee, 5002 Wabash Ave. 35*100 Mi*s B. D. Peyton, 3514 Prairie Ave. . 35*100 Mr*. Louise Roberts, 5634 Wabash Ave....^ " 35*100 Mrs. Ida Scott, 4543 St. Lawrence Ave. . . . qqnon Mrs. Kathryn Threalkill, 309 E. 25'.h St. . .. * 'tq'non Mr*. Mary Taylor, 2961 S. Park .. * Mr*. A. L. Whitlner, 3729 So. State St.... "* Mrs, Bass, 3800 Rhodes Ave......****** e oftO MU* Mae Burk*, 4929 Wabash Ave.. ^ 5 Ann Mis* E. Bond, 5 E. 36th Place.''..'“.Z'ZZI'ZZ SOOto Mr*. Blossie Bruner, 800 E. 48th St. .. ** 5 000 Miss Inez Brockway, 804 E. 4th St., Oklahoma City, Okla.. 5 000 Mi*s Glendora B. Collins. 4744 Evans Ave... q'nnn* Miss Nell Calloway, 3300 Rhe«ies Ave..._ 5*000 Mi*s Eunice Cavil, Boley, Okla., Box 384.... S OOO Mi»s Cleo Dickerson, 1908 Walnut St... 5 000 ■ Mi*s Lucille Corruthcr*. 220 W. Washington St., Okla. City 5 000 Miss Willy Deloney, 411 N. High St., Oklahoma City, Okla* 5,000 Mr*. Thomas Edwards, 300 E. 2nd St.. Oklahoma City, Okla 5 000 Mrs. W. W. Finch, 3623 State St. .3™” Prof. «W. H. Fort, Dunbar High School, Okmulgee, Okla. 5 000 Mr. D. E. Greenup, 532 Market St., Waukegan, 111. . g qqq Mis* France* Green, 3716 Giles Ave... 5*000 1 Mrs. Alfred Hampton, 4609 Langley Ave.... r" OOO Mr. 1. O. Hawkins, Tampa, Fla...... 5 000 Mr*. Emma Ingram, 4938 St. Lawrence Ave... 5 000 Mr*. Maurice Jackson, 4544 Indiana Ave... 5*000 Mis® Louise Johnson, 213 E. 50th St..... 5 000 Mrs. L. B. Jackson, 524 E. 37tl Place.. 5 000 Mrs. Walter Martin, 3524 Calumet Ave... ^ 5 000 Miss E. McDaniels, Summer High School, St. Louis, Mo.. 5 000 Mr*. Porter. 5346 S. Wabash Ave.... 5 000 Mr*. H. C. Parrish, City . 5*000 Mr*. Geo. Procter, 35th and Indiana Ave... 5*000 Mi** Blanch Pittman, Douglas Hi^h School, Okla. City, Okla. 5 000 Mr*. Pinkie Robinson, 4242 Clarendon Ave.. 5 000 Mr. A. Roscoe, 1560 Sherman Ave., Evanston, 111. 5 000 Mi»s I. Randolph, 325 E. 2nd St., Okla. City, Okla.^ ^ 5 *000 Mrs. F. Scott, Milwaukee, Wis. ... g qqq Mr*. Frank Summer*, 3429 State St... 5*000 Mis* Lucile Sloan, Y. M. C. A., 3726 Wabash Ave... 5 000 Mi** Estelle Smith, 5126 Wabash Ave. 5*,000 Mr*. L. Thomas, 501 Bryand Ave..... 5 qqq Miss A. R. Thompson, 19 Marlow St.... 5 000 Mi*» Lylah Watson, Ardmore, Okla... 5 qqq Mr. Robert Weaver, 11455 Watt* Ave. 5,000 i .. "" " " . . THE ADVISORY BOARD It is the sincere aim of this newsjmper to conduct this election, from start to finish, in a fair, honorable and impartial manner. Every precaution has been taken to safeguard the interest of the participants and absolute honesty in all dealings is guaranteed. For that reason an Advisory Board has been decided upon whose functions shall be to decide any question of sufficient moment that might arise during the competition and from which a committee shall be selected to act as judges and count the votes the lust night of the election. The pe» sonnel of the board is as follows: Earl B. Dickerson, Attorney-at-Law; Alderman R. R. Jackson, Alderman 2nd Ward; J. Andrew (Rube) Foster, Manager American Giants; Richard E. Westbrooks, Attorney-at-Law; Frank L. Gillespie, President Liberty Life Insurance Co. All of these gentlemen are well known to every honest man and woman in Chicago and surrounding territory and the final results, as given out by them, will be beyond dispute. surgeon at .3601 South State Street, and is prominent in club well-known circles. Miss Lottie Gordon, * popular gov ernment employee, is making an ex ceptionally strong race and her cam paign, is being watched with much in terest by her large circle of friends and acquaintance. The American Red Cross Society at 102 East 35th Street is being ably rep resented by Mrs. Evangeline Roberts. Mrs. Roberts is one of the best known and popular field workers of this or ganization and is receiving unusual as sistance from all sources. Mr. Henry E. Humphrey is making sensational gains in the big race and a large number of votes and subscrip tions are coming into the office from Mr. Humphrey's many friends. Mrs. Lula Gordon of Spring Valley, 111., has a well-organized following of friends all over the country w'ho are contributing loyally to her big cam paign. Owing to the unfortunate illness last week of Miss Oliva Beasley she was dependent upon her many friends for the support which she received and Miss Beasley is proud of the manner in which her friends rallied to her cause. Miss Beasley has recovered from her illness and is again in the field pushing forward her campaign, Mrs. Myrtle Roberts is making an interesting race in spite of the fact that a great deal of her time is taken up with her business affairs. Mrs. Roberts is a popular proprietress of the Lc Roy Drug Store, 24 West 29th Street, and has hosts of friends. Miss Edith Hodges has been handi capped in her campaign through the illness of her mother. This popular young lady, however, is being strongly supported and her race is being watched with much interest by all who know her. Miss Mary Byrd of the Boston Den tal Parlor. 3457 South State Street, is piling up the votes in a systematic manner, and the other contestants will do well to watch this charming young lady. Miss Grace Wilkerson of Woodard Studio at 35th and (riles Avenue is spending several days 'hsiting relatives in Davenport, Iowa, where she is en ergetically collecting subscriptions and votes which is making her a strong contestant in the big race. Among the stronger out-of-town contestants is Mi-‘ Kmma Reynold* of Forrest City. \rk. Miss ReynoM*' weekly report speak well for wC charming young lady's popularity in the district which she represents, Mme. Willie Mae Wilson is being well Supported throughout her cam paign by a large circle of friends. Rev. W M. Bennett, pastor of Chi cago Ideal Baptist Church, is prob ably one of the best supported candi dates to enter the . ntpaign. The Rev. Bennett’s entire following is rallying to his support and his campaign is attracting city-wide attention. iiii!iiniuiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini!iiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiii!ii 1 The Winning! Votes that Will Land this Brand New $1,570.00 Paige Touring Car Can Be Secured Between NOW and SATURDAY NIGHT, June 3rd, at 10:00 o’clock. flll!IOIIHIIIIIIII|l|||||||l!llllll!!lini!lll!!!lllllllllllinilllllllllllll! $1,570.00 P A I G E—Purchased from — Woodlawn Motor Car Sales and Service "** Co., 6136 Cottage Grove Avenue. _£L_ » Who Will Be the Proud Winner of [ THIS CAR ? NEXT SATURDAY I , (June 3rd, at 10 P. M. Sharp» ENDS “BIG VOTES” This last week of the “BIG .VOTES” is filled with immense possibilities for wide-awake contestants. Those who aspire to win the brand new $1,570.00 Paige touring car or one of the other big prizes should not lose sight of the fact that there are others striving for the same goal. One can never be too sure of success. The only SAFE and SURE way is to keep right at it—keep pounding away until the very last minute and take advantage of every opportunity that will add to your vote score. These last few “BIG VOTE” days are the all important ones. Now’s the time to get in the BIG subscriptions—each 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10-year subscription means an immense number of votes IF you get them between now and 10 o’clock next Satur day night, June 3rd. After next Saturday, the votes DECREASE very rapidly. Remember, 10 o’clock next Saturday night, June 3rd, is the LAST MINUTE of the “BIG VOTES.” A word to the wise is sufficient. You Can Get the Winning Votes These Next Few Vitally Important Days. Out-of-town candidate* • re cautioned to get all of their subscriptions in the mail, post-marked not later than 10 o'clock p.m., June 3rd, in order to get credit for the “B I G VOTES.” Contestants located in Chicago may turn in their coupons at The Whip of fice up to 10 o clock p.m, June 3rd. To get credit for the maximum number of votes, candidates must have their subscriptions in by 10 o'clock sharp. Bear in mind that the cam paign ends June 24th. It's a close, hot race and in cage • tie for any prize, an identical prize will be given to the contestants so tied. FOR COMPLETE DETAILS, WRITE, PHONE OR CALL THE CHICAGO WHIP, 3420 S. STATE ST. VJ,^1 ! FREE VOTING COUPON j i i j Must Be Voted By June 3rd In the j Chicago Whip’. “EVERYBODY WINS” Campaign I Hereby Ca.t 100 Free Vote, for Mi.. (Mr., or Mr.).......... j Adre.s ......... | This coupon, neatly clipped out, name and address of the candidate filled in, and mailed or delivered to the Campaign Department of The Chicago Whip, 3420 So- State Street, Chicago, 111., will count as 100 FREE VOTES. It does not cost anything to cast these coupons for your favorite candidate and you are not restricted in any sense in voting. Do not fold or roll. Deliver coupons in flat packages. i ! First Subscription Coupon j I I I Good For 100,000 Extra Votes | When accompanied by the Nomination Blank, and your first subscription, this coupon will start you in the race for the magnificient Chicago Whip’s prises with a grand total of more than 135,000 votes. This coupon may be used only once and is valid when accompanied by a subscription remittance. Name of Subacriber.... Candidate's Name....... Amount Enclosed........ This coupon will count 100,000 EXTRA free votes when returned to the Campaign Manager, together with the first subscription you obtain. It must be accom panied by the cash, and the subscription must be for a period of one year or longer. The 100,000 EXTRA free votes are in addition to the regular number of votes given on the subscription as per the regular vote schedule. NOMINATION blank'I In the Chicago Whip’. "EVERYBODY W.NS ” Campaign Good for 5000 Votes I 1 Hereby Enter and Ca.t 5,000 Vole, for I i Mi.a (Mr., or Mr.). .^ Address ..... A. . C..™.,. Tfc. 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