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GENERAL CONVENTION, LOS ANGELES, CAL., MAY 7,8,9
All sessions of the Convention will be held in Elks Hall, 231 S. Spring St. Visiting friends who desire accommodations secured for them should write in advance their intention to attend, stating the number in each party, the name, color and sex of each individual, and the price of accommodations desired. On account of long distance from Allegheny, applicants for accommodations should address the chairman of Committee direct, viz., Brother F. P. Sherman, 211 N. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal.
Accommodations can be secured at 50c each for three or four persons in a room and $1.00 each for rooms for single persons or couples.
Reduced rates are available over the railroads on account of “M.E. General Conference.” From points within the State of California the rate is one fare and a third for the round trip. Very Low Rates are granted from outside the State. Travellers should enquire for “General Conference Excursion Ticket.” Friends arriving over the Santa Fe Railroad can reach hall by Washington St. car; and those arriving by Southern Pacific, should board yellow car marked “Arcade Depot.”
Going and returning the Editor will hold several
ONE-DAY CONVENTIONS, AS FOLLOWS:
DALLAS, TEX., MAY 1.—A morning rally at 10 o’clock will be held in the Woodmen’s Hall, 349 Main St. The public afternoon meeting will be held at 3 o’clock in Carnegie Hall, Public Library. Subject: “To Hell and Back! Who are there? Hope for the return of many.” An evening meeting specially for the interested will take place at 7.30 in Woodmen’s Hall.
HOUSTON, TEX., MAY 3.—All meetings will be held in the Auditorium; at 10 a.m., a rally, and at 2.30 p.m. a meeting for the interested. A public meeting will be held at 7.30 p.m. Subject, “The Oath-bound Covenant.”
SAN ANTONIO, TEX., MAY 4.—Morning rally, at 10 o’clock, and afternoon meeting, specially for the interested at 3 o’clock, will be held at Red Men’s Hall, 219 St. Mary’s St. Public meeting at 7.30 p.m. at Beethoven Hall, 418 S. Alamo St. Subject, “To Hell and Back.”
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., May 12. PORTLAND, ORE., May 15. ST. PAUL, MINN., May 19. ALLEGHENY, PA., May 22.
GAZETTE SERMON REPORTS FOR THE POOR
“Blessed is the man that considereth the poor.” A dear friend of the cause, interested in the weekly published discourses by Brother Russell, has handed the Society a sum of money to be used in purchasing Gazettes every Monday and mailing said discourses to such as may request them amongst the WATCH TOWER readers too poor to purchase for themselves. We will do this and stamp each one, using the money so far as it will go. Send in your orders: postal cards will do. If samples of the paper containing the six Eaton-Russell debates are desired, say so.
Others who can pay for their papers are referred to the special “clubbing” rates granted by the Gazette on 3 mos., 6 mos. and yearly subscriptions, etc., in our issue of Feb. 15, page 2.
— April 15, 1904 —