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Today's Bulletin Contest Count will settle tor any doubter " Does, Advertising Pay ?"
One Vote Fori
fj ttt ?i
From San Francisco:
Hongkong Muni . . ,
Apr. 17 f
Apr. 30 a
For San Francisco:
he EVENING BULLETIN
America Maru Apr. 1.1 H
Slbcila pr. 23 ,?
Moulin May I
For Vancouver: fi
Manuka May 1 l
ACIFIC STATES TOUR.
FIUDAY, APRIL 12, 1007.
This vote Is good until
May 3, 1007.
3:30 O'CLOCK BULLETIN 0KBU1IM iiilEB RESULTS
PltlOU f OkNTB
Vor,. IV No. 3665
HONOLULU rKUKITORT OF HAWAII. JvKlDAY. APltIL J2. 1907
Via st1 fin ft
Doltputo Kiihinlniinolo today i
echetl n letter fiom Secretary Mc
Clcllnti, Muting thnt tlio Cougrcsslon
rl party will nail In the Iluford April
DO, and giving much nddltlunal In
formation regarding the matter. The
ltttor reads as follciwat
(J rent difficulty lias been cxporlonc
rd at Washington In completing final
nirniigemcnts for tho coming of thu
Congressional pait. Two days be
fine ndjoiunmcnt of Congress, Secro
tniy Taft promised me Hint lio would
arrange to send our party out on a
tinnspoit, hut for lliieo weeks after
that tltno hu was uiinhle to nmKo a
decision as to the ditto.
The ricsldcut and Sect clary Itont
fleslrod to send nu extra cargo of re
lief supplies to Clilmi. nnil it was fln
nlly decided that tho Hawaiian party
ilmiild he taken out on this transport.
The lied Ctoss Society desired tho
lioat to sail early In April. On tho
ither hand, many of our party pre
feried to adhere to tho original date
vf .lune for our sailing. Congicss
i.ien llurton, Alexander, und olheis
i'ert"d tliclr Influence la our fnor,
hut tho (lori'rnmcnt nuthoiltles flu
i.lly dcildcd that tho transport must
nail April 30 This Immediately of
fered the alternative of cither hav
ing thu party sail on April 30 or elno
of bringing them on tho Mongolia,
sailing May 21, or the Al.imedn, on
June 1. Tho latter plan would not
only hao necessitated steamer fares,
hut 'ilso the pa lug of higher railroad
BOMBARDMENT OF BALLOTS
STARTS PACIFIC STATES
CONTEST AND HILO LEADS
I UK 1 HI 1 1 1 H W
I HAW UUHi
n I (1 ft fl n 1 ff M
THE FIGURES sneak for them
selves. The Bulletin will not even say "I
told you so." Because the vote cast
otes than nro nvnllahlo In connection , durintr the first ten days of the Pacific
with the transport on April no. it. States Tour contest is so far beyond
was, theieforc. a question of either I anything that ever happened in this
bringing n smaller party at the later , Territory that the Bulletin predic
date or f bringing u Inrger number .tions now apucar insignificant,
nt the earlier date for a less cost of' The highest vote of the last con
transportation. Inasmuch as neither , test, when the first count was made,
d.iio w8 satisfactory to nil, It lms was ft little over five thousand. The
been decided to bring tho party on highest figure of the second count
tho liuford April 30. was twelve thousand. look at the
TIil change of date has noccssltnt- first twelve of this contest and then
DAISY TODD, Hilo 38,023
KUULEI HAPAI, Hilo t . . ; 35,931
HESTER LEMON, Honolulu .' 22,723
HATTIE I. SArFREY, Honokaa 19,953
WATTY E. HOLT, Honolulu 19,495
LILLIAN MUND0N, Kapaa, Kauai 14,031
MELIKA PETERSON, Honolulu 10,370
LIZZIE K. VICTOR, Honolulu 7,757
IRENE BOYD, Honolulu 7,008
PAULINE EVANS, Honolulu- 7,503
NEW YORK, N. Y April 12. The jury in the Thaw case returned
to court today and reported a hopcle ts disagreement. Judge Fitzgerald
discharged the jurors.
MAJORITY AGAINST THAW
NEW YORK, N. Y., April 12, 5 p, m. The Thaw jury stood seven
for murder in the first degree and five for acquittal.
additional luvltutioiis to tho increns-'six young ladies from the Hawaiian
en numiicr innuo possiiuc tiunugli as-' Islands.
surnnen of frnnnnnrt fnrlllllna Onl lT,1t m.1 H-a Island nf TTnu.ni, linvr.
this account, it was impossible nt tliojstepped to the front with the vigor of WIbb J- oNHA, Honolulu
EltgIA ROSE, Honolulu
time of last mall ndvkcs to know Just ' getting there" that is more and moic
(continued on Pane 2)
Hughes' Local Option-
BERNICE DWIGHT, Honolulu 4.417
ed an entire now set of Imitation to say whether the people believe in thejMISS L BOSEWARNE, Honolulu 3,789
ihos- prclousiy inlted, ns well ns cood promotion that will be done by w,.u
..... ...... I. ' ... . t I n A T5TJTP nT)l?Tiri?C Tr..t..1. o t. n
wiiniiu wni"J, .nuiiumiu J,U10
Conies To Life Again
MISS F. M. CHILTON, Honolulu .
ALICE GREEN, Honolulu
DAISY COLBURN, Honolulu . . .
MABEL CHIHG KAU, Honolulu .
LILLIAN KEAMALU, Honolulu
Day forenoon Session
Juhu Hughes' local option bill. III.u
Piou'rhial cat, came hack this
morning. Yestciday afternoon It suu
I'llncd'what oor hotly supjio.cd wa3
its death blow and was quietly bmlul.
I tut ilils nun 'ilng It was up 11ml about
iikiiIii and appaiuntlj In much better
laalth th in ever brfoio.
Ilur.hi hud. It appeals, been ui.ir
sluillug his foiccu over night for the
rcsetio of hla measure, und It didn't
lake long to dig It up out of Its Indef
inite postpiiiemcnt gruo and set It
on Its feet ut,jlii to fight emeu more fur
Its life It hasn't won out jet, but the
a characteristic of the people of the
Big Island. Kauai has made a good
start and Maui is in the list and will
be in first company before the contest
has gone far.
Th'c mcanintr of this vote is: that
the people of the Islands cnthusiasti-, ORILLA K. RI0E, Honolulu
ffiuSlnt?KLl5 HA" A AMS' H
for a party of representative young I.0TTIE JORDAN, Kauai
women to make a tour of tho Pacific TT, v-.r vmn.v ui,,i
States. The young women whose """' MNNEY, Honolulu
names have been offered prove the ANNA ROSE, Honolulu
intention that those sent shall bo I ALEXANDRIA DEFRIES, Honolulu 251
vnnnq' women for whom no nnoloziCJ '
and only praise need be offered. Go LOUISA K. HART, Wailnku, Maui
over the list for yourself. The only , JESSIE M0SSMAN, Honolulu
pity is that they can't all go. oime nm.c u 11
One of the noticeable characteris-! L- CALLIL LUCAS, Honolulu ...
tics of the candidates put forward is ADELE N. DREIER, Honolulu . . .
innate nppear now to bo pretty much
in Its ruor, und there. Is strong pnili
ttlilllt) that It will go to the Senate,
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,'iMi-iiiito luuuei viiiipuimrii iiiiu-t ; . , . - -,
Mir the thief thninpion of thn Mil, the predominance ot young women. . PTAPK. Trnn1,lln
and held the floor for neatly two lioma well known in the best social circles, I GUSblb H. OLAHK, Honolulu
this imiinlng defending it Knlciojiu lepiesentatives of sclf-resperting fam- KATIE SADLER, Hakalau, Ha'
", . niuiHur 1 ics. erailuatcs trom our ucst scnoots,
nr.d young women who find no dis
honor in woik.
Wlat better could be nskcdt
But the; : not all enteied yet.
I'ho iiresento of a gallery full of min
isters and autt-b.iloiiu hcagueis when
tlio House was lulled to order this
morning nitoiiiils fur the lesniieUlou
of the locil option bill
DAISY SMITH, Honolulu
HELEN DESHA SIEMSEN, Hilo
LIBBY HOPKINS, Honolulu ....
"" ,.vj . ..w- .. -...-..- .--"!,.,, nnMM , .
llcfoio thu House was called to order! People of this Island have votes still HUoii ,. kuua, waKawao, juaui.
tho 1ie1ie.il Usdtois weio busy as tlio t Cut for a jouni; lady who will appear jnss B. HUNDLEY, Kapaa, Kauai.
lioMerlilullMW, biiUoii-liollug mcmbeis.j,, tiic j,t with a first-class follow-' , n ..
ing. Maui will probably have more '"" utlu- """
than one young woman for the list, MISS K. H00KAN0, Honolulu
if ss? trSSB. ih.!MTOB de harne- Kha,ft
(Continued on Page 2) IWILIIELMINA WILCOX, Honolulu
und tnlng to Impress upon them thn
wrtucs ami aluo or thu mcnsuioi
(Continued on Page S.)
Tickets for the second rtercoptlion
lecture to bo given nt tho St l.oul.i
College Unit SuliiKkty uculng nt 7
to clock by tho noted tr.nelcr and let
tuier Dr. O. A. Iiino, may bo ru
serirtl nt tho Tenltotlnl Messenger
Senile olllco. Telephono Main No.
:!!!. Subject, "A Hauiblu Thlougli
lltuope." Knsland, Kiance, Hulland,
the lthliie. Swlty.eil.uiil 11 ml ltal.
SHANGHAI, China, April 12. The MANAGUA, C. A April 12. Gen
famine is growing worse. Ten mil-'cral Bon.lla has Eui.-c.idcrcd to Gen.
lions of relief funds are needed to al- Ainapala and the war between NIca-
lay the suffering,
ragua and Honduras :
IflBSps ill mimh
in Wi RpIpsp
fill 01111 lEOibSyS
YORK, Pn., Ap..l 12. A silk mer
ger with a capital of 22,000,000. is
The Value Of
MADE IN NCW.YOHK
MADE IN NEWOTt
THE ll CO.,
In no line of business is the buyer's
confidence of more importance than
111 the selling of clothing;.
The dealer who attempts to con
vince the buyer that his goods arc the
best, and that his place is the place
where the best could be obtained,
must sec that the facts conform to
his statements, and that his goods are
in every way up to the standard. He
had better never try to sell to a man
than to mislead him or to exaggerate;
for the customer will quickly discov
er such practice of misrepresenting
There is never danger of a protest
and always a certainty of full value
lcceivcd when a coat or suit is rec
CORRECT CLOTHES FOR MEN,
which has the endorsement on the
Alfred Benjamin & Co.
he lslled for tho purpose of gcttlni;
acquainted with conditions In Nevada
mining ttimmuultles dining thu winter
H'asou and also to et n Iev of af
fairs ilurlns a miners' strike.,
San rr.incls.to, April 1. Jack Igni
tion has decided that lie will make a
bturt within the next fortnight fot his
tour of tho world In his little ketch,
thn Slunk. "Our departure has been
hindered by delius-lii doing tho paint
ing and In Mime of tho other work,"
taltl Mr London estenliiy, "iniil now
I liau decided to cut out all the paint
ing until we urrlui at Ilonolulu. Wo
bhall hu In port thuro for about three
months, ami will hau tlnio to put thu
llulshlug tout lies on our little ctufl
while no tuu culture 1'roin Hawaiian
watois wo shall Mil for tho South
Sean, tombing ut New Zealand, Tns
luanln, Austialla, thci) ucr tu tho
Philippines und after that will Walt
Uhluu unit 'Japan "
L'lam the Orient thu Loudon party
will ii'ticeed on tho clreuuinuvlgatlou
;oaga us originally planned.
Mr. Umdon hits just icturucd trum
the mining camps of Tonopah, Qnld
Iield and Hullfiog, Nov, which places
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 11.
SUGAR: 90 degices Centrifugals,
3.722 cents or $74.44 per ton. Pre
vious quotation, 3.59 cents.
BEETS: 88 analysis, Us. 3d. rar
ity, 3.93 cents. Previous quotation,
9s. 2 l-4d.
Fine Job Printing at the. Dulletln.
TEL. MAIN 25.
COR. FORT and HOTEL,
at low ra
we arc sometimes plung
ed by a serious accident.
Deep and black are the
shadows, and many of us
never emerge from them.
Others, who do manage
to get out 111 the open air
again are haunted by
these shadows black
ghosts, as it were, of
debts contiactcd during
the period of illness or
incapability for work. Be
"shadowproof" with a
policy in the Standard
Life and Accident Insur
lio COURT HE
(Spec Is ' UulUllii Wireless)
WalliiKU. mil. Ayill 12. Tlio Wal
luku Imp.' niriit .s-ii"latlcn passed
a 1 ceo .. li ulii asking me i.tisia-
luie to ec 1 . file the $25,000 of the 190a
apjiropilatitiii for the Wnlluku Court
Hoiim- Attorney ("olio or County At
toinev ("a i wl'i lw tent to the tnpltnl
us 11 delegate to leprciuit the aseocln-
Mlkal.i Katpu, whine npnetil for a
writ of habeas cot pus is now befort.
the United States Coutt. cllirt this
morning ut tho Kalllil reeellns slat
Hon. "A writ of habeas corpus has been
giantr,l her bj God Almlght," re
mnrkctl her attorney "If the Stipromu
Court has uuiioiiiired Its decision In
the case It will stand as law. If not.
the uppcal dies with Mrs. Knlpu "
The ease, of Mrs. Knlpu has attraet
d wide attention as It practically ln
olved tho pollco authoilt) of the Ter
ritory In iKilIng with eontugloun dis
eases. The woi tan has not been In
good hctltli ami at times lias refused
to take nourishment. Her ctejth canto
trom general debllllj.
lllhhop James M Shnburu, who has
been serving thu Methodist r.plscopal
Church lu India for Mt rara Is eu
loulo to San Krancltco on tho America
Muni. If the steuiner nrrlves loinoi
row, or late this evening, it reception
will lie tendered the Illshop by Mr. nnil
Mrs. Wiidman nt the Methodlbt parbou
ago In tho afternoon.
; ONES to Mainland points, I MXjyi,
ites. Leave your orders at y,y&' ( AIT
WELL 3 -FARGO
Foil St. Hcnolul-
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 12.
Attorney Shortridge won his appeal
from the decision of Judge Dunne
committing him to jail for contempt
of court. Shortridge is one of the
leadiiig attorneys for Abe Rucf.
Mis. J. I) MeVelgh, who has been
111 for thu pftfct two weeks, has iocov
ired nnd Is now about.
l..nt und gentleman wish board and
lodging with private family. See tl.ts
Low prlies ut tho Now Uuglnnd Bak
An diul.inclip ot snow nt tho Ilrltnm
Ilia mine 011 Howe Sound, about forty
miles north of Vimcomcr, burled eight
miners nllvo recently When lesculng
parties got to them four woro dead
There wero two .Inpatient1 among tho
All Wild III
Tho Muerliun-Hawallaii steamer
Nendau 111 rived till afternoon nt - .".0,
soen ilnvs and two hours from Sail
KninclMo On tin wat down she
p-issed tlu Shi'iiiiaii. w I1I1 h Is bilnglng
malls nnd papers, two cis out from
?au rrancltco The Sherinnti will ur
ile about 0 o'clock this afternoon.
Tho transport Sherman was sighted
off ltyliei Head this nfternon 111 J
All the latest tes In clothing, hats,
neckwear and hoslen are now on tlls
;ila at I 11 Km A: Co 's Alalten
street. Call and see litem
Ta!l litis, Hvci). autoa. Stkyds. Sthls.
NEW YORK, N. Y April 12.
The Rubber Trust is forming an or
ganization capitalized at 310,000,000,
LARGEST AND TINEST STOCK IN
J. Hopp & Co,,
A FINE STREET DRESS SHOE
THE BBM9 LAST
This is one of the famous Hcyvood
vici kids for men a bluchcr balmor
al with mat-top nnd of medium
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., LtcL,
105 1 Fort Sttcct 'Phone Main 282
j. I. .m.ftt. fi.v
1 i W .. aWtat MA.A' .vuHWMK
Jj jt ti,'k
li,.fc. J J. IfcA At .rfW'.rft.1
I'oetiiHtei WI1.11 do ou think of my
llltlo poem. Hi Vowed He'd Novor
(Mile I ililnk. It Min i:.ie It to him
nilneis and ono was anioiig the ictlliml to rend, his would soon be brok
kllled by tho suow-slldo. en Herllnei lllustilerte Zeitung