Newspaper Page Text
PERIOD OF BIG
VOTING ENDS THIS SATURDAY NIGHT (Continued from page 1.) possessed these last fateful and impor tant days. And everyone has their eyes on Saturday night. $25 "Club” Worth 100,000 Votes Between now and Saturday night $25 iu long-term subscriptions is worth over 100,000 votes. Remember that you don't have to wait until you have collected the entire $25 to get credit for the 100,000 EXTRA votes allowed, as your subscriptions should be turned in promptly, as your subscribers want their papers when they have sub scribed. Big Subscriptions Count Most The 2, 3, 4, '5 and 10-year subscrip tions arc highest in vote value. Just think!—one 10-year subscription alone counts 1,240,000 votes. Big subscriptions are going to play an important part in these BIG VOTE days: The one who is most successful in this line will have a dis tinct advantage over everyone else. Race Extremely Close As close as the race now stands, a single good subscription may be the deciding votes that will land the cov eted hrst priae Paige automobile. It’s a “nip and tuck"—neck and neck race. In fact, it’s anybody’s car. Warning to Contestants Contestants are warned that they must make regular reports to The Whip office with their subscriptions. In case of failure to make weekly cash reports, candidates will thereby for icit all rights to a prize or a cash commission. This is in accordance with the published rules and regula tions, and will be strictly adhered to. Furthermore, those who become in active w>ill have their names withdrawn trom the list of the contestants and bave their votes cancelled. gttiuiudy ui vuics No candidates will be permitted to enter The Whip office after Iff o'clock Saturday night tor the purpose of hav ing their subscriptions credited on the present BIG VOTE schedule. 'J'his is the very last minute. Candidates who live out of Chicago must have ail their subscriptions in the mail, bearing a post mark oi not later than 10 o'clock Saturday. This gives everyone an equal opportunity to make the most of the BIG VOTE opportunity. XT_ t - T?:„; „ u The winning votes that will land the $1,570.00 Paige touring car can be se cured between now and 10 o’clock Sat urday night. Now, the big Paige car can be "cinched” and a “live” contes tant can pile up enough votes this week so that it will be impossible for anyone to get ahead. , But, on the other hand, a new candi date with no votes at all to their credit at this time, could, by a little effort, forge to the very head of the list. How to Get 2,280,000 Votes 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 subscrip tions. In addition with the two ten year subscriptions and the one five ytar subscription you get the 200,000 extra votes, making a grand 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 pver be aisle to get ahead of you. Every minute of these last BIG VO-i h,. dajfe should be made to in crease the number of votes to your CPedit. And, li the increased activity janeLtbukkoen rivalry of thenepntistants jj-fccfgty'iatlitation, there wilt be plenty ’ttWbgJ'kbsiore next Saturday. Office'Open Evenings Whip • office, 3420 South State be.'open each evening until s#k.U»oloeta»te restive, votes and issue 4CUppfte.s, such as additional receipt -fffboks, sample cepies, etc. KfeHlember, to g#t credit on the pres ent BIG VOTE schedule all subscrip tions must be in The Whip office not Jatef'than W ©’clock, Saturday night, Jfffie S3, hi case of out-of-town can all subscriptions that are N. *ot later than 10 o'clock, June they ffr,0, gatelve<at TanAVTLjp office until later. Our Photographer Photographs of the contestants 1 fn the Whin’s Auto Contest are i being furnished by our staff pho tetgrapher, Wro. Woodard. DON’T FORGET Th© Date JUNE 20th The Roger Wm’s Univ. Club’s DANCE at COMMUNITY CENTER, 3201 So. Wabash Ave. Admission 35 Cents WILL SELL 200 SHARES JPublic Life Insurance Stock at $4.50 per Share i Address—Box 200, Chicago Whip, 3420 State St. Names of Contestants SPECIAL NOTICE All contestants are warned that in accordance with the rules of tht campaign they must make reports promptly, and at least ortce each week. The names of all candidates who have been nominated but who httve not reported to the Campaign Manager by 10 o’clock Saturday night, June 3rd, will be withdrawn from the lists and all votes credited to them will be cancelled. 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 8.080,000 votes for only three good sub scriptions. In uddttion, with the two ten-year subscriptions and the one five year subscription you get the 200,000 exkca votes, making a grand total of 3,280,000 votes. This is the way to pile up the big vote score—this is the way to get the winning votes that will land the brand new $1,570.00 Paige. Remember that the last chance to land voteB on the double-quick ends Saturday night, June 3rd, at 10 o’clock. Surely you have three such friend* who would help you to rut your self in first place toward winning thsi beautiful $1,570.00 Paige car. Try it and see. In fact, ENTIRELY NEW candidates, with no votes at all to their credit at this time, could, by a little easy effort, climb to the very top of the list. Mrs. Johnnie McPherson, 5530 Grove Ave..... Mrs. J. C. Carroll, 504 East 37th St . 825,400 Mrs. Evangeline Roberts, 102 East 35th St.... 810,600 Mrs. E. T. Beck. 1818 Darrow Ave.—.. 791,500 Henry E. Humphreys, 4449 Evans Ave.. 795,500 Mrs. Inez Dickerson, 128 East 33rd St Mrs. Lottie Gordon, 3324 Wabash Ave..... 755,100 Miss Olivia Beasley, 446 East 46th St....--.... ”75,000 Miss Edith Hodges, 3652 Indiana Ave. 630,100 Mrs. Myrtle Roberts, 24 West 29th St.'.. 605,400 Miss Mary Byrd, 3457 State St....». 590,300 Mr. A. Rascoe, 1560 Sberman Ave. 580.200 Mrs. Annie Ecton, 4528 Indiana Ave.. 550,800 Mrs. Lcla Jordan, 3826 Rhoades Ave...... 535,900 Mrs. Estelle Mason, 33rd and State St.... ■ •. 525,100 I -—---_-■ _— Miss Emma Reynolds, 517 Walnut St., Forrest City, Ark... 495,200 Miss Sarah A. Ball, AUceville, Ala... 45?'5S2 Mr. Samuel McLemore, 3456 State St...,...• • 455.300 Mr. J. R. Zinn, 3511 Dearborn St.. 430,100 Mrs. Maryetta Graham, Detroit, Mich.. 410,900 Mrs. Gladys Cassino, 3236 Graves Court.... 390,300 Mrs. Irene Agnes Ewell, 4742 South State St. 375,500 Prof. James Mundy, 3834 Wabash Ave.. 355,700 I Miss Sunshine Lee. 3544 Grand Blvd. 325,600 Miss Wilkerson, 35th and Giles.... 315,900 Miss Florence Burton, 4624 Evans Ave. 310,500 Miss Hortense Graceland, 4026 Indiana Ave.... 305,500 Miss Helen Green, 4836 Calumet Ave... 305,300 Mr. W. W. Kimbrough, 652 East 48th St....... 295,700 Miss Edith Lee, 3419 Vernon Ave...... 290,800 Rev. W. M. Bennett. 438 East 37th St... 280,600 Mrs. Ida Strong, 122 East 41st St. 270,400 Mias Ruth Tolmane, 4744 Wabash Ave.... 270,300 Miss Edna Winters, 4508 Calumet Ave. 265,300 Mrs. Sula Mae Williams, 5000 Wabash Ave.-. 265,200 Miss Adah Harris, Avenue Theatre, 31st and Indiana Ave.. 260,100 Miss Marie Lucas, 3510 Michigan Ave.... 255,400 Miss Edna Purifoy, 3659 Grand Blvd......... 255,000 Mr. James Churchill. 6446 Champlain Ave.... . 245.500 Miss Zenia Douglas, 4742 Grand Blvd. 235,900 Mrs. W. Hammond, 4526 St. Lawrence Ave. 235,500 Miss Georgia Hueston Jones, Recorder's Office, County Bldg.-. 230,400 Mrs. Mammie Chipchase, 3840 Vincennes Ave.. 195,500 Prof. J. J. Hanna, Jones, Okla...... 195,400 I Mrs. Charlie Copeland, 4436 Indiana Ave.170,500 i Mrs. Howard, 4500 Sheridan Road. 170,300 | Miss Elsie Norris, 4737 St. Lawrence Ave. 170,200 Miss Alby Simms, 5727 Wabash Ave. 165,900) Mrs. Annie Smith. 552 East 36th St. 165,700 Miss Pauline Clark, 3433 Wabash Ave. 145,700 Mrs. Edwina Cole, 3345 Giles Ave. 145,500 Mrs. W. E. Griffin, 4325 Penn Ave., Kansas City, Mo. 140,200 Mrs. Viola Hill, 5410 Dearborn St. 135,100 j Mrs. Oscar Horton, 6422 Evans Ave. 135,000 Miss Pauline Lee, 5002 Wabash Ave. 130,900 Miss B. D. Peyton, 3514 Prairie Ave . 130,700 Mrs. Louise Roberts, 5634 Wabash Ave. 130,300 Mrs. Ida Scott, 4543 St. Lawrence Ave . 121,100 Mrs. Kathryn Threalkill, 309 East 35th St. 120,500 Mrs. Mary Taylor, 2961 South Park. 115,700 Miss E. Bond, 5 East 36th Place. 75.500 Mrs. Blossie Bruner, 800 East 48th St. 65.000 Miss Inez Brockway. 804 East 4th St,, Oklahoma City, Okla.5.000 Miss Glendora B. Collins, 4744 Evans Ave . 5,000 Miss Eunice Cavil, Boley, Okla., Box 384 ... .. .... 5,000 Miss Lucille Corruthcrs, 220 West Washington St , Oklahoma City... 5,000 Miss Willy Deloney, 411 North High St., Oklahoma City, Okla. 5.000 i Mrs. Thomas Edwards, 300 East 2nd St., Oklahoma City, Okla. 5.000 t Mrs. W. W. Finch, 3623 State St-.. !lWl Prof W. H. Fort, Dunbar High School, Okmulgee, Okla.— 5,000 Mr. D. E. Greenup, 532 Market St. Waukegan, 111.— 5,000 Miss Frances Green, 3716 Giles Ave......«-—»«.. ^jW Mrs. Alfred Hampton, 4609 Langley Ave..— *0 Mr. I. O. Hawkins, Tampa, Fla.. . ...5,WO Mrs. Emma Ingram, 4938 St. Lawrence Ave......... 5,000 Mrs. Maurice Jackson. 4544 Indiana Ave.... 5$)0 Miss Louise Johnson, 213 East 50th St..,.—... 5,000 Mrs. L. B. Jackson, 524 East 37th Place.— 5,000 Mrs. Walter Martin, 3524 Calumet Ave-••••• 5,000 Miss E. McDaniels, Summer High School, St. Louis, Mo. 5,000 Mrs. Porter, 5346 South Wabash Ave.....— •••.5,000 Mrs. H. C. Parrish, City.-.. 5.000 Mrs. Geo. Proctor, 35th and Indiana Ave.......... .• 5,000 Miss Blanch Pittman, Douglas High School, Oklahoma City, Okla.... 5555 Mrs. Pinkie Robinson. 4242 Clarendon Ave---- ,.— 5,000 Miss I. Randolph, 325 East 2nd St., Oklahoma City, Okla. 5,000 Mrs. F. Scott, Milwaukee, Wis.*.. 5,000 Miss Lillian Simms, 5711 Cottage Grove Ave....—..'.. 5,000 Mrs. Frank Summers, 3429 State St....mm 5,000 Mrs. L. Thomas, 501 Bryand Ave. .. .. 5,000 Miss A. R. Thompson, 19 Marlow St..«—.... 5,000 Miss Lylah Watson, Ardmore, Okla.. 5.000 Mr. Robert Weaver, 11455 Watts Ave................ 5,000 THE ADVISORY BOARD It is the sincere aim of this newspaper to conduct this election, from start to finish, in a fair, honorable and impartial manner. Every precaution has bepn taken to safeguard the interest of the participant* and absolute honesty in all dealings is guaranteed. For that re.\son 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 e'ected to act is judges and count the votes the last night of the election. The per sonnel of the board is as follows: Mr. Justin Carter, Finance Officer, George L. Giles Post, N*o 87, American Legion. Alderman R. R. Jackson, Alderman 2nd Ward; J. Andrew (Rube) Foster, Manager American Giants; Richard E. Westbrooks, Attorney-aGLaw; Frank L. Gillespie, President Liberty Life Insurance Co. All of these gentlemen are well known to every honest man an4 woman in Chicago and surrounding territory and the final results, u given out by them, will be beyond dispute. i| Tickets for WOMAN’S AMA~ I TEUR MINSTRELS, Aryan Grotto Temple, June 7th, 1922, on sale by Members and Mrs. George Cleveland Hall, President, . 3638 Grand Boulevard. BE A DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC Investigate Chiropractic. Won derful method of drugless healing. Demand for skilled practitioners greater than ever before because Chiropractic so often brings suc cessful results after other meth ods have failed. If sick, consult Dr. F. H. Rubel, D. C. THE "RUBEL COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC” 4041 Indiana Ave. Tel. Drexel 4922 READ THE WHIP : ! FREE VOTING COUPON ! Good for 100 Votes Must Be Voted By June 3rd In the Chicago Whip’. “EVERYBODY WINS” Campaign I 1 Hereby Ca*t 100 Free Vote* for J Mi«» (Mr*, or Mr.).. Adre>* ... 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, 9420 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 arc not restricted in any sense in voting. Do not fold or roll. Deliver coupons in flat packages. ! First Subscription Coupon | i Good For 100,000 Extra Votes When accompanied by the Nomination Hiank, and vour first subscription, this coupon will start you in the race for the magnifieienf Chicago Whip's prize < 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 Subscriber..... 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 WINS” Campaign Good for 5000 Votes i I Hereby Enter and Cast 5,000 Vote* for Miss (Mr*, or Mr.) .....—— j| Address ' A* a Candidate in The Chicago Whip * Grand Free I Prize Distribution. NOTE-—Only one Nomination Blank accepted for U I each candidate nominated. Just a Few More Circuits of the Minute Hand and the Big N ote Ends Every tick of the clock brings the close of the big vote period that much closer to its fateful end. Just a few more hours and the first period big votes will pass beyond recall. There will never be another chance to take advantage of it—the present big votes will never again be repeated during this short election. Saturday night, June 3rd, at 10:00 o’clock sharp, is the final hour to get the greatest number of votes for every subscription you secure. All persons in the office on or before that hour will be waited on and their sub scriptions will be credited on the first period big vote I schedule. Subscriptions that are mailed, provided they bear a postmark of not later than 10:00 p. m. June 3rd, will also count on the first period big vote schedule. This gives everyone an equal chance to work up until the* last minute. The candidates who expect to land the big prizes must “DIG IN” these next few hours. This is the time that counts. If it is to count favorably for you, you will have to get busy, and use every ounce of energy you possess. ll I I ’ I Who Will Win \ This Fine ! j $1,570.00 Paige Car p I _ ■. _ ■; GRAND CAPITAL PRIZE $1,570.00 PAIGE—Purchased from Woodlawn Motor Car Sales and Service Co., 6136 Cottage Grove Avenue.