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EVENING DULI.irriN, HONOLULU, T !!., MONDAY,'. A IIUI2,190(!..
The BULLETIN'S Latest and Best Contest
$2000 Given Avtay in Ten Prizes
A $1400 Auto; a $350 Piano, and 8 other Splendid Prizes
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THr SECOND PRIZE ti a beautiful
Kvoegur I'iauo liurc'linscil from
llin well-known )iimo dealers, 'l'lio
Jicrgsstroin llusio Co. Its cash
jirico in $1150. Tlio seconti nrizo
is ns liuutlsoiuo as lliu first prizo
mill is as useful ninl beautiful for
indoor enterliiiiimetit as tlio auto
is for outsitlo recreation. Tliu
piano is full scnlo of 7 l-.'l octaves,
height -1 ft- (.in., width fift. .Uin.
Tlio winner of tlio )inno may
clinoso any color of wood or finish
made ly tlio famous Kroegcr Piano,
Company of .Now York. A special
feature of this instrument is that
it is wired in such manner as to
withstand tlio moisture, of our cli
mate. THE THIRD PRIZE Ii a modern ne.
cossity in every homo whero
thoughtfulncss for tlio future has a
place it is an order on tho Henry
WatorhouBo Trust Co., Ltd., for n
95000 policy iu Tho Continental
Casualty Co. of Chicago. Tho pre
mium of this policy is $00.00 and
Books, Bookish People and Things
We gel no gcod by bring ungenerous even to a book.
E. B. Browning.
GOOD ADVICE FOR SOME HU3.
Romo frcl that Rflilom ilora yellow
journalism furnish quotable mnti'rlal,
lint in n Issuo or the Kxnmlnor thorn Is
n very good editorial on tlio Irlrtnhln
Or courso, tlicro nro plenty or modal
l.uslianilo (.onslJerato men. ldnil-
l.carti'il men, never allowing ratlguu
oi IiiihIiichh enren to dull tlio homo In
I ho evening. For tlio salsa or harmony
wn Khali roiicludo that You, tho hus
band leading thin, Ucluug to tho noblo
mid perfeet clans.
You pioliably know by sight the
other hind or hutiuniids, nnd you may
llko to toad this ovr with your wlfu
mid meiitlcm nnmes that It (Its In your
Thero Is nothing moro dlffkult to
deal with than n man who Injures oth
em through his moods.
Wo nro nil uiiciiriKcloiin or our own
mooils, Tho liUHbnud nnd ruther who
Keens his children anxious became of
hU lll-teiuiier Ih iiHimlly uiKonsclous
of his derert or temperament and
llilnKi, hlniHelr a very lino husband
Tlio husband who worries his wife
about trilled, who expects only ciicour
ngement and Hottery rrom her, and
uses up his remnant of energy In th
evening telling her or her fnulls, real
ly Imnglues that ho Is a line man, glr
lug a woman tho benefit or his supo
ltry man In business knows that
Hie most Important thing Is to enrour
rgo those that help you and cheer
A man who has a first-clans clerk or
lawyer or buyer or agent helping him
toward biiccckh tries to keep that help
it clieerful and happy,
Thu head or the f r:n Smtloa when he
pees tho drummer that has placed tha
big oiders, He Hmlles when hu sees
lh clerk that has just sold a large
bill or goods.
Ho makes It his business to give to
thoso whose efforts help him a fooling
that ho AppreclnteH what they do, nnd
lhat ho will appreciate still i.ioro tho
things they amy do In the future.
Iluelness men, why don't (you treat
For many years the BUL-LETUN has held prtee contests to increase interest amonji its old subscribers and to
add new readers to Its list. The present contests is' the most ambitious prize project ever undertaken
byjany newspaper in this -country; the number, the value and the real merit of the prizes places this con
test in a class by itself
How can the BULLETIN afford to do this? The answer is easy. TheftEvenintr Bulletin achieved
the greatest prosperity of its existence in 1905--lt means to shure this success with its patrons in J906.
It not only aims to Rive the best of all news and publish the best newspaper in this country, but when
it starts a prize contest it means to place it on a level with its other features.
it holds good for ono year, insuring
tho life, health mid bodily safety
of tho winner for that period. This
is for a preferred risk, mora haz
ardous risks in proportion.
THE FOURTH PRIZE Is a S50 'li
ver Punch Howl, purchased from
3tl. It. Counter, tho Fort street
jeweler, who guarantees its quality
anil will Ih! pleased to show it to
any person interested.
THE FIFTH PRICE Ii an orderto bs
(TIVAII 111- tllfi Itllltfif 111 I'llMtaliintr
jCo., Ltd.,good for S10 worth of
,increhandiso and will ho honored
I iv niiy luerehaut who advertises iu
thin paper. Tlio winner of tho
prize may chooso tho storo and tho
THE SIXTH PRIZE Is a Domettl
Sewing Machine, for which the
Von Hamm-Young Co. aro the
agents, it is a Ingh-grado ma
chine, complete, useful and a wel
oonio addition to the home.
The SEVENTH PRIZE Ii a fine leath
er irnlf nttplr linir-. rnwliiiln anuml.
... ,,.... .-..- r,, . ...,
inntio ny ino jsrmgopori utiu im
plement Co. and will Contain a set
of tho very finest Willio Parkb
sticks. 'This popular prizo is from
tho sporting goods department of
K. O. Hall & Son, Ltd., who will
rclect tho hag and sticks to suit tho
tnsto of tho winner.
THE EIGHTH PRIZE It a handtomi
.22 caliber Winchester Itopcating
jour wives, tho partners of your
lioiues, at least as well as you treat
jour partners In business mid your
tlerkH at tho storo,
I You ought to know, whether ou do
or not, that jour only Important work
In this world is to inako happy thoso
immediately dependent upon you, nnd
I to provldo good children to take jrour
place on earth.
I Your first duty, nnd you know It, is
toward your wife, who haB had tho
buffering, tho responsibility nnd tho
worry that children bring Into tho
You know perfectly well that tho
nhnracter ot your children depends
largely upon tho ctforts and lutluonce
of tho mother.
If your wllu Is not happy, tho chil
dren cannot be happy, nnd sho cannot
exercise a happy liiHiianca upon them.
K you tal.o troublo to please your
partner, or your best customer, or your
irood clerk, you should tako a thou
Hand tlniOH as much troublo to please
your wire, who Is your pnttner and
your host rrlend and your most Impor
One difficulty In tho American homo
Is tho husband's overwork.
Somo ol tho bust men work them
r.clves to tho point of nervous exhaus
tion. And nervous exhaustion always
means bad temper.
Many men, Intensely anxious to do
Ihelr duty by their wives nnd families,
work themselves out during the day
and bring homo at night only lll-hu-inor,
nervous, Irritable moods.
To such men wo Hay must earnostly;
"It would ho far better to work lens
hard, to earn less money, and to sava
for your home some of thu vitality and
good nature that would make the homo
"It would Itn far belter tn savi im
t-onio ot the energy that fin put Into
business, und at the evening table put
that cuvigy into smiles, cheerful stor
ies, and, ubnta all. Into praise for tho
wlfo that works without tho encour
agement or money-making."
A husband should remember that
, the work or the wife Is hard work, and
It Is the saino thing over nnd over
every day. The name meals must bu
ordeicd, tho same trouble must be
?Kll1 UJ '-1 i''MiWfJ!BWWreSl
The Pirst Prize
is the finest 16 horse power gasoline touring car ever imported to Hawaii
THE REO CAR
is beautiful to look at, easy to ride .in, economical in upkeep. The REO
Jtillc. Tho uaino this gun bears
carries with it all tlutt is good and
dependable iu small arms. This
vjijtinblo prizo may bo seeii at tho
np-to-lato sporting goods storo of
Woods & Sheldon.
THE NINTH PRIZE Ii a 24-Inch
gold-t rimmed, leather-lined sole
leather suit case.
taken with tho children, the same
house must bo kept clean.
Day In and day out, year In nnd year
out, tho wlfo works for tho snko or thu
dally happiness and health or tho Inm
lly. Sho gets no special reward. Hhc Is
not pointed out ns the big or the rising
business man. She doesn't Bee motl
ey piling up in tho bank.
She simply works as no ambitious
mun would have the pntlvueu or the
heart to work plodding along on tho
same Hues every day, becauso it Is her
If men had moro Imagination, and
more- feeling, they would worry about
the fact that, even when they do their
best, they (an do little indeed to mnka
or to women for all that they sufrcr
when children are boru nnd for tho
warso'mental pain that they stirrer
when chlldicn are III or It Is not pos
sible to give them all that they need.
Tlio really good man can examine
himself and seo his own defects,
We Invito the averago husband nnd
father who may see this page to ask
himself whether It does not In tome
way apply to htm.
Many homes In America would be
happier if the fathers would upprove
nnd ndopt thoso simple riilcH:
Ntyer tako your bad humor homa
A rlicerltil, happy family should ho
moro .Important to you than n big. suc
cessful day In business.
Don't forget that children form
their Ideas of life and duty nnd char
nretr by studying their fnthor.
Don't forget that the child Inching
respect for Its mother Is sincerely to
he pitied, and that lack of lespect rur
tho mother Is neaily nlways horn or
the father's Ill-humor or criticism.
K you can make plenty or money,
give your wife good clothes, make
vour children Independent to inuth
Hut whether you mako much money
or little, j on can make your family
circle happy by ulways bringing
cheerfulness Into it with you.
If you saw a man, no matter how
ugly and dlsrcpiitnhlu ho might he., no
matter how tired and worried you
j might be, you would find It possible
' I.. lift ntlbA.ft.l (in.l U.ltl..ra !. ... ....
iu uu I.I1CVIIIU aim minima in-ii ;im
met him If you knew that jou could
r.et out of buslneus with him a profit
ot a thousand dollars.
U jou mako yourself cheerful for
tho eake of business, then make your-r-elf
cheerful for tho sake of your wlfo
nnd your children. You ought to do It,
unless you put business ahead of wile
"The Silly Ryelopedln." lly Noah
1.0tt. 41-2x71-Slli. Clo. 169pp.
was purchased from the well known auto agents,
VON HAMM YOUNG
Illustrated,. O. W. Dillingham Co.
This Is what tho titlu-pago says ot
the contents: "A Terrible Thing In
tho form or n Literary Torpedo. which
1 3 Launched or Hilarious lurpi)3?s
Onlj-. Inaccurate in every l'nrticulai.
Contnlnlug Copious KntomoloKlcnl Der
Ivatlons ond Other Useless Things.
"lly Noah Lolt (An ex-relatlvo of
"nmbelllshed with numerous and
Distracting Cuts nnd Diagrams by
Loulh !'. (IrunL"
Hem are some of the, definitions:
'Abscond. To duck with tho dough.
Vrom the I.ntln word "ahscondltto,"
lecnnlng to grab the long grecu and
I'.lke for the Had Lands. . . .
"Dam. A species of flpodgntc. lly
adding tho teller 'n' tho floodgates aro
"Knr. A placo which hears n great
nany things whlih should never havo
"Elocution. A dlst-nso which breaks
out nmoiig tho students, but which Is
fatal only to tho spectators,
"(las. Something that comes in to
put us out.
"Husband. A domestic animal."
And so on. The Hayings placed In
rijunicH on tho pages preceding each
berles are, many of thcin, very good:
"Ho sum jou'ro ahead then go
"A tool nnd hia money nro soon spot
"Charity begins at hnmo and ruins
:tc health by stajitig them too much.
"Kvil be to him who ell drlnkcth.
"(Ireat oaths from little aching coini
"(IreiU minds run In thu name chan
nels, especially It they aie sea cap
tains, "Keep n stiff upper Up, especially
when you're shining ynursolf.
"A i.mall hoy can f poll (lie most fa
"Money cannot buy happiness, but
most of us nro willing to tryithe'ex
peilmcnt, "Marry In haste, nnd rcpeut In Da
kota, "Occasionally wo meet men who
have to pail their hnlr In the middle
in order to have u well balanced head,
"I'lillobopliy innkcsguod rending tor
the man who has rent paid, '
"The way ot tho tiansgrcss6r Is
bard on his family. th-
"Uutortunately, many n rr'lnco of
fioocl Fellows loses his tlllo when hla
pockctbook runs dty.
"Xperlence teaches soinn peoplo to
go mid do the Kimn focil thing our
In fact, this little book Is n sort ol
The TENTH PRIZE I a Style A Ko
dak Developing Jlachino from tho
Honolulu Photo Supply Co. This
pris-c is in a haudsomo wooden
case ami is part of tho 100G outfit
of every amateur photographer
who desires the best pictures with
tho least work.
LOVE A MOSAIC ESSAY.
Compiled by 1'nul nidcr. Issued In
pn oblong format, tho pago being set
In lnrgu faced Caslon Old Style, rich
ly printed In mass with rubricated cap
tions. Frontispiece, detail of "Moth
er and Child'' after Toulmouche, print
ed on a folder of Japan Vellum. Size,
81-1x4 1-2. Hound In flexible sultan,
enclosed In uniform envelope. I'rlco
M cents net. Hound In flexible suede,
Lnxcd, prlco $1.25 net. San Francisco,
Vaul Klilcr & Co.
Owo no man anything but to lovo
one another, for he that loved an
other hath fulfilled the law. (Paul
to the Romans).
Tho title of "Mosaic Kssoy" arises
from the cleft weaving together Into a
teanonably conservative essay, of quo
tations gathered from many gentle
ihlloBophers, presenting the subject of
the volume. In Its highest Interpreta
tion. "Love" treats or the love of senti
ment, or Ideals, of lofty and serious
thought It presents an analysis of
love, followed by Love Supreme, HI
lne, Human, Maternal Constancy and
Howards. It nuotes from Heecher. A
I Kempls, Tho lllble, nmorsan, Carlyle,
j Lew Wallace, Amlcl, Iimartlne, Hu
geno FIjU, "Tho Applo Woman," to
I select at laudom, and tho cover and
; supplementary pages display poetical
relectlons from uyron, ucott, Tenny
son and Leigh Hunt's, Abou-ben Ad
liem. Tho first of theso little brochures Is
sued was "Friendship," followed by
"Happiness," "Nature," "Success" nnd
now by "Lovo," the sale or tho stories
uppioilmatlng ono hundred thousand
AS TO "RACE SUICIDE".
hTc common view Is that recundlty
Is a finality of flit Importance to Ihn
I in-e, nnd lhat a decrease Iu fecundity
Is necessarily nn evil, This view Is
Inifced on a theory of man ns u collection
of rcpunto auimulH, with his main
tenance and Impiovement dependent
inout on animal reproduction; and is
ns Incorrect ns Its foundation. Human
lly lives In u species ot animal, nnd that
animal must he replenished llko any
oilier; but the maintenance and Im
provement of a chlllzcd race depend
fur more on quality than on quantity,
and on social gains than on physical.
This is readily seen by contrasting Hip
ihuiiictrr nnd progress or any tribe of
Africans, whose women bring foith
children by the dozen nnd score, with
u civilized community, whose less uu
mrrous chlldieu nro rearer and guard
ed among tho hcuetlls of school,
church, llbiary, poet oillco nnd the rest
Rules of the Contest
Tho contest opens Thursday
February 1, mid will close at 5
o'clock p. in. Juno 10, 1JI0(i.
WHO MAY ENTER
Anyone may enter except per
sons or iiiiyono in tho imiucdiiito
family of any person iu tho regu-'
lar employ or llio JJulIctiii Pub,
During this contest a new siiIhJ
scrilt-r will Ikj understood to lw.
any person who has not licen regit-)
larly served with Tin: Daily or
Vi:i:k..y JIim.i.istix for thirty
days prior to J'Vbruary 1, lilOU.
Transfers from ono member of a.
household to another will not 1x3
nllnwcd, and nil names handed iu
as jVch must Ikj subject to investi
gation beforo votes aro allowed.
THE FINAL COUNT
Tho final count will bo mado hv
threo judges, selected from among
thoso having no interest iu Tm:
Jiui.t.ini.v and no nctivo interest
iu any ono of tho candidates. Tho
voto will Ikj announced by the
judges and tho prizes awarded ac
cording to their findings, there be
ing io appeal. Subscription ac
counts and everything pertaining
to tho contest will be open to their
NO TRANSFER OF VOTES
Only ono namo can bo written
on any ballot, and transfers of
votes from ono candidate, to anoth
er will net be allowed.
or our koclal Institutions,
Your best breeder is the microbe;
the lowest nrgnnlsms lay the most
eggs, Tho higher the tjpc, the mom
It develops Individual effort ns a mciina
of maintenance, rather than nn endless
repetition or Individual Inadequacy
Die gain of our rare comes mom from
being Intelligent than from being bum;
It Is liotlei to have six children who
live, than to havo twelve and ioso six:
and better to have ono who lles nobly
nnd sencs society than six who merely
do not die.
1 ho kindergarten movement has done
more for (ho world than several cen
turies or persons born und dead nnd
contributing nothing to the world's
advance. We are not here to sit still,
as China hni done In Its hoary nges,
teeming, populous no "race sulcldci"
thero! Only Infanticide and ktngua
Hon. We aro here to Improve and wo
ore Improving; by deeper processes
than endless depetltlon. Herctofuio
tho fathers have done the. Improving
and Hie mothers the repeating with
questionable results. Charlotte Pei
klns Oilman in Woman s Home Com
panion for February,
rnther-lu-hiw So jou aro bcMunliii)
to Unci thut married life bus its trou
Dnughter-lu-lnw Well, yes. Jacll
sometimes simply won't listen to rea
son. Fathcr-lu-luw Youug rascal. Ha
ought to be ashamed of himself. It
Isn't every married man thut baa thi
cborve. Loudon llystander.
Wnxrey Yahola, n full-blooded In
dian, 7.1 years of uge. had his hair cut
the other day nt Okmulgee. Okln., the
llrst time that scissors ever touched his
Tn everv copy of tho paper thero
will bo printed n coupon which be
ing properly filled out with tho
name of the parly for whom, it is
desired to vote and dcxsitci)fwith
Tin: ICvknixo lSui.fXTttr vijlhin
ono week after the day of Lisue,
will bo credit I'd as one vole. 'Addi
tional vole credits will bo allowed
as follows: '
lor each XI! V suhscriliCKwho
has not Ik'cii regularly servedwith
Tiiij Kvi.nixo liui.i.frriN within n
period of thirty days prior t6 tho
llit day of February, 1110(1 if
paid cah iu advance, credits' will
lio allowed, as follows: '
Dally 1 year $8.00 S500
Dally, G month 4.00 1, 1500
Dally 3 months 2.00' 750
Dally 1 month .75'. 250
Weekly 1 year 1.00 1'. 425
Weekly 6 months 50,' 200
Cash payments on all other sub
scriptions, either payments in" ad
vance or on account of nrrearSj'will
receivo voto coupons wlion 'pay
ment is made, but no roles vnll it
credited upon sums less than CO
ccm. Tti other words, votcs'Mvill
lie credited for cash payments on
regular subscriptions as follows :
Dally 1 year $8.00 3000
Dally G months 4.00 1200
Dally 3 month 2.00 600
Dally 1 month 75 200
IWeekly 1 year 1.00 400
Weekly 6 months 50 "175
AUSTRIA'S FRANCHISE PLAN.
Vlennn. Mnrrli 7 Tim rininrn.
ment's franchise bill, which provides
for general equal and direct HufTrago
for Austria and which was Introduced
on February 23 by Premier (lautch
Mm Frnnkcnlhurn, was taken up on
first reading In thu tower house of Par
Count Arthur Hjlnndtllheldt. Minis
ter of the Interior, sulci that although
the principle of a general nnd equal
franchise met ullli mi ti,w,ulil,i,i r-,.,.i
the mnjorlty or llio pnflles the project i
necessitated n rearrangement of con
stituencies nnd n redistribution or
senlB. Tho constituencies, ho said.
WOtlbl lift rcarmm-pit nn fnt- nu tutautM..
on tho prlnjlple or boundaries nnd ac- ,
rordlng to nationalities, and. In order v
to protect national nwnorshlp, no pro-vJa
init-i.- minim uu niiocceu lower seats
This hill Is rccnrilni! n Ihn mn.i im.
porlant measure tor Austria presented
iu mu nuiiso iu tlio past generation.
At first It encoutllereil must ImdtllA
criticism, hut It has now- wnn nlnmct
general support and' there Is every
re-nson to bellevo that It will bo pass
ed. Ono nrter another of the Ininor. '
tnilt elllhs rmti-i.uniiflnf. 41i vn,l,,ua
nntlcnnlltles of Austrin hns recognized v
the project as Imperntlvo for the
country's good. The landed arlstoern
cy. which loses power nnd nrestlgo
through the project, naturally Is op- '
posed to It, hut It will not hu nble to
lnntcrlnlll' Itlflirn Clin nninn,n,l In...
which will be discussed energetically ,
nnu nt great leiigui, fi
No fewer than 200 speakers, half of
then In fnvnr nf tin, mnnnii.n .i i.nlr 19
against It, have nnnouneed their Inten- T
nun iu engaging in tlio discussion.
Kncli parly Is desirous ot protecting
lis Interests and those or Its untlonnl
lly nt the expense! or other nationali
ties. It Is generally believed thnt the
discussion will end In mutual compro
The DUSINES8 MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulte.
tl. and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
ns! notices, calls Cdk iniim fif.
Iinents, building permits and real es
caio iranuciions. evening uuuetin,
75J per month. Weekly Dulletln,
SI Pr year.
0 cor go Summers (Irlllltbs, who was
l nil lr tutu ti fin lli ii fivfni'il nlt-itil nnd
III tho crimlim. tourta In I.otulon fur
ninmi imnvu tm !,, l.lln.1 1i c-rtctim
hns just died. About twenly-IHe jc-.irf.
ni'.t tin liiinotttn l,,l.,lti' 1.1 1 .ill frmn fl
...nw .. ...v..(,- .L.UHJ ,,.,.,
gunshot wound, hut braudy stink to
ins iiroii'Dsion, going on circuits re-g-uhirly,
led nbout by his clerk.
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