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EXTREMELY CLOSE, RIVALRY ;IS KEEN r _1 (Continued from Page 1) To some it will mean a glorious vic tory. But to the ones who “lay down” now, it will mean a stinging defeat. What are you going to You must decide at once and act accordingly. Get Big Subscriptions Keep in mind, too, that a few of the big subscriptions will make a vast difference in your vote score, espe cially if you get them now before the vote schedule is DECREASED. For, remember, each 5-year subscrip tion counts you 600.000 votes and every 10-year subscription is worth 1.240.000 votes. * You also get 100,000 EXTRA FREE votes, in addition, with every $25 in subscriptions you turn in. How to Get 3,280,000 Vptes Just two ten-year subscriptions to The Chicago Whip will count you 248.000 votes. One five-year subscrip tion will credit you with 60,000 more votes. This makes a total of 3,080,000 votes for only three good subscriptions. In addition with the two ten-year sub scriptions and the one five-year sub scription you get the 200,000 extra votes, makimr a errand total of 3.280. 000 votes. Figure it up for yourself and see how easy it will be to get so many .votes these next few days that no one will ever be able to get ahead of you. Every minute of these last BIG VOTE days should be made to in crease the number of votes to your credit. And, if the increased activity and the keen rivalry of the contestants is any indication, there will be plenty “doing” before next Saturday. Office Open Evenings The Whip office, 3420 S. State St., will be open each evening until 9 o’clock to receive votes and issue sup plies, such as additional receipt books, sample co'pies, etc. Remember, to get credit on the pres ent BIG VOTE schedule, all subscrip tions must be in The Whip office not later than 10 o’clock, Saturday night, June 4th. In case of out-of-town can didates, 411 subscriptions that are , mailed not later than 10 o’clock, June 4th, will count even though' they are not received at The Whip office until later. I. C. Ushers Smear N. W. Ushers In Whist Contest Eight teams, composed of ushefs from the Illinois Central Station, met in a whist contest at the Railroad Men's Gub last Thursday night eight teams composed of ushers from the Northwestern Station. The I. C. teams defeated the N. W. teams by a margin of 46 points. This last contest is one of a series which have been played between these groups in the last year and great riv alry has developed since the play has begun. The defeated teams from the Northwestern vow vengeance at the next meeting, while the I. C. players smile still flushed with the satisfaction of their victory. DIAMONDS O 0 WATCHES # week Buy direct from Loftis and save middlemen’s profits. Liberty Bonds accepted at par. ‘Rosemary DiamondRing * he Good Luck Ring blue white per fect cut Dia mond, set in solid White Gold. The Ring is Solid Green Gold. $37 5 0 $1.00 a Week, Others at $50, $75 LOFTIS BROS.& CO. The Old Reliable Credit Jewelers 108 N. State St. Open Evenings .ivxEiixr j Are rejoicing. The worry of j shaving and razor infections is j past. Every man can have a J nice smooth face with Wonder | Shaving Powder. No razor j used—-85 shaves—50 cents. “Once Used. Always Demanded” j Sole Distributor Henry E. Humphrey j 534 E. 42nd St. Tel. Oak. 4857 j THE CHICAGO WHIP Vol. IV. May 27th. 1922 No. 21 THE MAC NEAL PUBLISHING CO. (Incorporated) CHICAGO OFFICE 3420 STATE ST. PHONE VICTORY *.05 JOS. D. BIBB, L. L. B.Editor HENRY H. PROCTOR. . .City Editor A. C. MAC NEAL. -Business Manager All unsolicited articles manuscripts, letters and pictures sent to the CHI CAGO WHIP are sent at the owner's risk, and the CHICAGO WHIP express ly repudiates any liability or responsi bility for their safe custody or return. All communications must be sent in the name of the CHICAGO WHTP. No attention whatever paid to unsigned matter. Stamps must accompany all queries and manuscript. Admitted as second class matter. Oct. 21. 1919. at the Post Office at C hicago, III, under the Act of March 3, 1*79 Terms of Subscription (Payable in Advance) 0BO Tear fXOOl ill Months_81-28 Three Months-76* THE CLUBS Invincible Dramatic and Musical Club The Invincible Dramatic and Mu sical Club "Field a very interesting mcct iyg Friday afternoon, May 19. St the residence of Miss R. C. Love, 71- East 37th Place. The Invincible Dramatic and Mu sical Club appeared in the great moral drama, "Broken Threads of Life,” by Jas. J. Bahram, at Grant’s Memorial Church, Tuesday evening. May 23, also at Avenue Baptist Church Friday eve ning, May 26. University Society The university will render a literary and musical programme, Sunday, May 28. Mr. Sylvester Pascual, A. B. as sociate general secretary, the Philip pine Federation of America, and grad uate of University of Chicago, will ad dress the meeting. Subject: “The iflWWVMVWWWWWVUVW Philippine People and Their Aspira tions " A piano solo will be rendered bv Mrs Hazel Wightman Harriss of Dallas, Texas. Mrs. Wightman is a graduate of Boston School of Music. Other stars will appear on the pro gramme. . Pioneer Lodge of Theosophy _ Lessons in the Bhagavad-Gita will be given every Sunday at 6 o’clock to the members and friends of the Pio neer Lodg«tof Theosophy, 3201 Wa bash Avenue. » Dr. Godbole of Tndia is the instruc tor. Mrs. Lois Holmes will speak Sun day. May 28, at 7 p. in., on “The Ma ture of Man."’ The meeting will be held at the Pioneer Lodge of Theo sophy. O. Johns, vice-president. Knights and Daughters of Honor The Knights and Daughters of Hon or will hold a joint meeting and instal lation of officers Monday evening. May 29. at K. P. flail. 207 Hast 35th Street. AVVAVAWAWWVVWWWVV l V Phone i s Kenwood 455 !; ; iMWWfciilWW!M^V*i1ii!MJ. iiiwiiir' . .■ .ill J J OCR NEW HOME ERNEST WILLIAMSON t UNDERTAHLi; ? ! Day Light Chapel, Capacity 200, Outside Ventilation j I Organ and Organist Free 4 > I am as near as your telephone Distance inmaterial. Consult me Ji | I give service at a reasonable price I save you worry, time and money ,1 • 5123 Soutb State Street, CHICAGO • gg MODERN FLATS AT LOW RENTALS jy 81 r~" 1 •>. :* ' ■ "1C.---T---» 'w I 1000 Members Wanted The Chicago Realty Ass’n announces that it has secured title to another large and modern flat building which it is soon to turn over to its members at reduced rentals. Would you be interested in securing a modern flat j | at a reduction of 30' < in the rent? A t Are you interested in solving the housing^problem ? Do You Believe in Saving Money? THEN COME TO The Great lass Meeting o At OLIVET BAPTIST CHURCH 31>t and South Park Avenue Friday, May 26th, 8:30 P. M. For Further Particulars Call or Write The Chicago Realty Assoc. 3539 STATE STREET g§ Victory 4513 ? IB i Golden Link Club The Golden Link Club met at the Newman Castle, 3034 Wabash Avenue. Mrs. Eliza Jones and Mrs. Daisy Gaten were hostesses. Good attendance as usual. After business wa' taken care of, the evening was spent pleasantly at Whist and Music. The song bird, Mrs. Gaten thrilled the club. A nice lunch eon was served in the spacious dining room of Newman Castle, and very delicious. Don’t forget the Whist party and dance at the Railroad Men’s Club, 3441 Wabash Avenue, at 8 p. m„ May 24. Journalism Students of Northwestern Dean H. F. Harrington of the Medill School of Journalism has placed Willis N. Huggins, a student in that school on the lecture roster for the remaindei oi the season. Mr. Huggins will speal on “The Negro in American Literaturi and Journalism.” The address as out lined will bring out the essential struv ings of our group in these fields from our earliest efforts to 1861 with an in tensive survey of our acconjplishmenb from that time to the present day. Tht date will be announced later. Business League Banquet The Chicago Business League will give a formal banquet Saturday eve ning, May 27, at the Vinrenncs Hotel in honor of Mr. C. W. White of Den ver, Colo., Supreme Commander ol the American Woodmen. • Real Estate Bargains • ' ' x ii Four Stone Houses on Grand Boulevard, adjoining I Roosevelt Bank, No. 3515 and 17 respectively. Price ^ $40,000. First payment $8,000.00. Balance on terms. f t \ ^ ----- ■ 1 Seven Room Cottage (electric light and gas) ^ and garage. Price $5,000.00. First payment $1,500.00. ^ j ‘ * » A Ten Room Brick House (electric and gas), a ' garage. Price $4,000.00. First payment. $1,500.00. * j Terms to suit. * - ♦ | “ LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US ♦ - ■ - ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ROOSEVELT BANK BUILDING 407 E. 35th St. Phone Douglas 9012 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ «* - ^ ^ ^ ♦ Mrs. Shockley 111 Mrs. Evelyn Shockley, 54 East 43rd Street, sister of Miss Ollie Mahone, is at the Provident Hospital for an opera tion. She is under the care of Dr. Homer Cooper. Her friends hope for a speedy recovery. Miss Alice Baxter, 420 F.ast 48th Place, was in Lake Forest, III., during the past week as well as many other Chicagoans who attended the rum mage sale at the First Baptist Church. _To Teach During Summer Mis* Mary E. Branch, who is now a student at the University of Chicago and who will receive the drgrei«*-of I’h. B. in June, will return to the V. N. & r. 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