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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II , SATURDAY, JAN. 2, 1009.
OVER NINETY 'YOUNG CONTESTANTS
ENTER LIST FOR "BULLETIN" PRIZES
Standing of Contestants
Contestants may take t!ie trip any time they clroose!
El) AND RIVALRY
FROM START 18
Instruction and Subscrip
tion Blanks Much In
Todny )ou know the names of tlid
popular girls wliu will enter ttie II u I
1 1! 1 1 n popularity contest, nml when
ou glanco lit the lint you will read
the nunicrt of nH determined n list tin
could he picked The cjutcxt will he
11 waim one,
1 here urn xonio or the contestants
who will learn for the first time to
day of thidr i ntry In the contest.
They linwi hueu nominated hv their
frlcudu unil will he hacked by their
Xrlcniln, ami to rulllll tnc obligations
they !iao to their friends for their
interest In tlii'in will doubtlcsi run,
mid w hard to licit, for tho prlic.
The trip to Seattle will he n prize
woithy of the race mid the rnco
I.ionilein to do worthy of the price.
The live Alnnkn-Vukon Exposition
trips are well worth) of n first prize
and will limply compensate the con
tcictmitx. Ai nui) he Been by tho accompany
ing; Hit of unmet, there nro a num
ber of bright )ounB women entered
Imni every district covered by this
content. Tho list will probably grow
f loin day to day, and tho otlng will
be gicntly Inn eased. Nearly oery
one has been waiting for tho an
nouncement of the names of tho enn
clldutex and tho number of votes ac
Nor that they nrn published,
friends mid renders of tho II u 1 1 c
4 I u should do nil In their power to
help the )oung contestants. Votes
came. In moro rapidly yesterday and
today than oer, and by tho cud of
next week tho contest mny have tak
en even u mote determined grip upon
the public Interest, Vote often, and
keep steadily at It. Those who have
Already entered tho race lunc started
off well, but It Is not ended yet, by
uny means. It has hardly begun.
Hubscrlbo to tho II u 1 o 1 1 n now
nnd glvo )our votes nil to jour faor-
Ite candidate. If her name Is not In
tho list, enter It. She may win n
free trip to ono of these popular ro
xortx It must not be taken for gran
ted that the lcade'is of today will bo
tho llnal victors. Not n )oung wom
an In the raco should feci discouraged
because another contestant In her dls
tikt has u hundred or two more
Mites than she. The contest has
baldly begun and Severn! more
weeks remain to brldgo the gap
which separates the leader from those
u little futther down tho fist. A
ciuestlon of n few hundred otes or
even a few thousand Is nothing.
Nearly nil of tho ypung women
hiin been waiting for the announce
ment of names before doing much In
regard to vote-getting. A few, how
over, hno started right in mid have
Cotton ciulte a number pf votes to
show for tlieli week's work. Those
who nro behind a little should take
into consideration what they could
hao done If they had devoted the
tllno to ute-gettlng the leaders to-1
Jl I llfnliillilll I. n ..a ff-l. a auiMA I., a...,
"J llluiujr uiivc, iiu into la 11Mb
falily commenced yet. and thee whole
com so Is still to cover. 1
It Is n good Ide.utn hold bnck therj
Mites gotten on tuhM-riplloiiH for a
llttlo time before polling. Tho cou
pons c lipped from the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n
nro the only ones which must be
polled within two weeks, nml as n
lniilt account Is good for the mer
chant, mi also Is u rcEcno good for
tho contestants. If the candidates
poll all their otes us they go along
tlicio will ha nothing to dinw on In
cui.o of omoigency, and nurh things
do mho ln""conteits of this character.
Candidates should tall on the Con
test Manager nl once and secure sub
set Iptlon hooks, nnd thero men num
ber uf things he would like to tell
jtni, In regmd to the best way of se
curing votes. Call at once at tho
I) it 1 1 o 1 1 n pllloe.
,3000-Free-Votc for Other
Islands Until January Oth
The 3000 special nominating ballot
for the outside Island on nccount'of
some mtsiinderstang In tho country
districts, and those who Intend enter
ing the contest had hotter clip nut
this ballot and mall to Contest Depart
DISTRICT HO. 1. .
Miss A. Todd Rodanet Honolulu . . ,
Miss Kate Woodard '. J . Honolulu . . ,
Miss Leila Dinklage Honolulu . . ,
Miss Anna Motsman Honolulu . . ,
Miss Naomi Lazarus Pearl City . ,
Miss May Thomas . .. Wahiawa , . ,
Miss Lera King Wahiawa . . ,
Miss Miriam Wright Honolulu . . ,
Misslsabelle Frear ...'...., Honolulu ..,
Miss Lady B. Turner r. , . . . . Honolulu . . ,
Miss Ethel Angus , Honolulu ..,
Miss Adclin Mutch Honolulu . . ,
Miss Anabclle Low Honolulu , . ,
Miss Nellie McLean Honolulu , . ,
Miss Ray Bell Honolulu . . ,
Mjss Beatrice Taylor Honolulu' . . ,
Miss Ella Murray , Honolulu . . ,
Miss Callie Lucas1 Honolulu . . ,
Miss Emma Herrick Honolulu . . ,
Miss Grace Colburn Honolulu . v
Miss Sarah Fookela Waipahu ..',
Miss Cecilia Anderson . j j Honolulu . . '
Miss Julia Spencer , , .Honolulu . . ,
Miss Millie Hawlins . . . . .Honolulu . .
Miss Mary Ackerman Honolulu . . .
Miss Liuie Ten Sue Xau Honolulu . . ,
Miss Carrie Crews Honolulu . . ,
Miss Daisy Smith' Honolulu . . ,
Miss Orilla Bice Honolulu . . ,
Miss Thora Oss Honolulu . . ,
Miss Freda Asch . ., Honolulu . . ,
Miss Luiu Cameron Honolulu
Miss Margarette Finney Honolulu
Miss Mollie E. Grace
Miss Alice Green Honolulu
Miss Angela Hopkins , . . Honolulu
Miss Ada Lycett Honolulu
Miss Eva McCorriston Honolulu
Miss Margurette Branco Honolulu
MissShiiuko Uyemoto , Honolulu
Miss Shizuko Ikeda . r. . Honolulu
hliss Hulda Johnson Honolulu
Miss Eva Hawkins .., Honolulu
Miss Lizzie Kamaka
Miss Margarette Lum
Miss Ethel Whiting
miss itita uoieman
MissLila Vogel ...Honolulu
Miss Louise Bushnell Honolulu
Miss Lizzie Ferreira Honolulu
Miss Madeline Dutra .. Honolulu
Miss Sophie do la Nui Honolulu
Miss Daisy Bell Honolulu
Miss Alice Green Honolulu
Miss Annie Bushnell Honolulu
Miss Mary Dias Honolulu
Miss Helen Betten'court . . , Honolulu
Miss Caroline Borges Honolulu
Miss xaary iraine . '.
Miss Ethel Ludwigsen . . .
Miss Louise de Harne
Miss E. Tuhiliona
Miss Violet N. Brown
Miss Elizabeth K. Victor
Miss Lily Ackerman Kealakekua
Miss Alice Carvalho Olaa
Miss Bnth Guard Hilo
Miss Harriet Hapai Hilo
Miss Annie Hnttie Kohala
Miss Julia Kahino Hookena .,
Miss M. Kuhns Kukuihaele
Miss Lillian Mundon . .t Pa'ioa
DISTRICT NO. 3.
Miss L. K, Hart . . Walluku . ,
Miss Mollie Camming ?,, Wailuku . ,
Miss Eva Scholtz Wailuku ..
Miss Mar Bonier , Lahaina ,
Miss Hattie Kalino , Makawan
Miss Mollie Xint-'. Wailuku . .
Miss Mabel Waiaholo Lahaina . ,c.
Miss Jennie Hannen . . . . Wailuku . 5
Mtssunrrie Scholtz Peahi
Miss Marv Hoffman . .
Miss Annie Dicker
. . .Honolulu 3000
DISTRICT NO. 8.
......... Kohala, Hawaii 3000
DISTRICT NO. 4.
MissConnie Fassoth Wafane. Kauai 3000
MissEthel Wilcox ..., Lihue, Kauai 3000
Miss Miriam Mundon Kama, Kai 3000
Miss Pose Aea Waimea. Kauai 3000
Miis Florence Dsvcrill HairUei. Kauai 3000
Miss Mabel Hastie V,leele. Kanat 3000
Miss Gloria Kaai Makaweli. Kauai 3000
MissAnpelineF. Silva Waimea Kauai 3000
Contestants are not limited to'ths district in wMeh ther are entered.
but an allowed to securejrotes from any other District, County or State.
in out nt once, 'llioreare no restric
tions In entering the raco any time
during the content, hilt those who
enter now will get tho benefit of tho
3000 sporlul ballot.
3000 Free Votes
Thero Is a ballot printed in this
Issue of the II u 1 1 o 1 1 n which,
when clipped out nnd properly filled
In and forwarded to tho manager of
tho Contest Department, will count
3000 totes. This Is a chance for you
to propose your favorite joung Iddy
In the popular contest.
This special ballot If only good un
til Saturday, Jan. 9, nnd each con
testant Is only entitled to one ballot.
THE FIVE TRIPS WILL BE APPOR
TIONED A8 FOLLOWS;
District No. 1 Includes the City and
County of Honolulu.
District No, 4 Includos tho County
Tho fifth trip will bo for the
chaperon, who will ho chosen bysthe
i - . ft v
Includes the County
includes the County
jount woman fecurlng the highest In
dividual vote, irrespective of district
You may tako the trip any time you
(.boose, singly or In groups.
Four Ssparate Contssts.
Thov Ev e n I n g I) u 1 1 o 1 1 n Is con
ducting four separate and distinct con
tests at the same time.
The young woman who7 receives the
highest number of Votes In District
No. 1 will be given first class transpor
tation both ways, and hotel acconuno
datlons while In Seattle add San Fran
Tho young woman Id District No. I
will receive the same trip to Seattle
and San Francisco, with the same ac
commodatlons as tho one In District
The young woman In District No, J
receiving the highest number of vote
will receive the same trip as the youug
women la Districts Nos, 1 and 2.
The young woman In District No. 4
lecelylng the highest vote wilt receive
tho same trip and accommodations as
the three above mentioned districts.
3000 FREE VOTES 3000
No candidate will be credited with more than one of
tbese NOMINATING BALLOTS.
Good for 3000 Votes
IN BULLETIN'S POPULAR Y0TING CONTEST
Must be voted on or before SATURDAY, JAN. 9TH,
Please enter 3000 votes for
Address District No. ...
THIS COUPON, if presented at the Bu lie til
office at Honolulu, T. H., before Saturday, January Oth,
1909, will be aooepted for- yuOO Votes in favor of
the contestant from any district outside District 1 nam
Each candidate allowed only one NOMINATING
The Evening Bulletin Popular
Fill in the name of thj young woman you wish to vote for
and the district in which she lives. Bring or mail to Man
atctr Conteat Department, care of E v e n i n k B u 1 1 1 1 1 n,
Honolulu, T. H.
THIS COUPON COUNTS AS ON EV0TE FOR
(This' coupon is not good after Monday, Jan. 25th)
VOTES" ON aUlstniPTIONi AL
LOWED AS FOLLOWS
One month's subscription to the
Evening II u 1 1 e 1 1 n Old sub
scription, CO votes; new subscription,
Th ice months' subscription to the
Evening Bullet! n Old sub.
scrlpUon, 200 vote; new subscrip
tion, 2S0 votes.
Six months' subrcrlptlon to the
Evening Uulletl n Old sub
scription, GOO votes; new subscrip
tion, 700 votes.
Ono year's subscription to the
Evening Uu lie tin Old sub
scription, 1200 votes; new subscrip
tion, 1S00 votes.
Five years'' subscription to the
Evening D 1 1 1 1 1 n Old sub
scription, 10,000 votos; new sub
scription, 16,000 votes.
One year's subscription to the
Week Ijr Bulletin Old sub
scription ,100 votes; new subscrip
tion, 125 votes.
Five years' subscription to the
Weekly Uulletl n Old sub
scription, 12S0 votes; new subscrip
tion, 2000 votes.
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY ANO
WEEKLY BULLETIN IS
One month's subscription to the
Evening Bulletin, TS cents.
Three months' subscription to the
livening Bulletin. 12 00.
Six months' subscription to the
Evening Bullotln, M00.
Twelve months' subscription to the
Evening Bulletin, f 8 00.
Five years' subscription to
Evening Bulletin, 140.00.
One year's subscription to
Woekly Buletln. 11.00.,
Five years' subscription ' to
Weekly Bulletin $500.
TU U.S. At J1BREGK0NS
"I Vnow nothlrig whatever about
any Plukerton detective, alleged to
havo been here with Mr. Harr," atat
ed United States District Attorney
HrecKons, this morning. "As a mat
ter or fact, f do not think a Plukerton
nun was or Is here, though 1 wish
that such might havo been the
Where Ilreekons got his exact In
formation ns to the existence of tho
"Twelve-Dollar Club" he will not Bay,
but It Is probable that It cama from
some of tho women whom he put
thtough the third degree.
Ban rrniiclsco board of publics works
recommends oto of people on pro
posed water front grant to Southorn
BACK WITH ABE
Praises Japan, But Says
Hawaii Is the'
"Japan Is a new country. She 1
a great country, and there Is no
doubt that she will develop Immense'
ly In the near future." ,
Chester A. Doyle, who returneJ
this morning In tho China with Aber
the absconder, from Japan, made tin-
above statement when seen today.
Chester it looking well and la glad ttl
get back to Hawaii, where the suij
Is always bright and the cllmnto 'ge
"Japan Is all right In everything
else but the climate," said Doyle. "It
Is too cold for me. I nm glad to gti
back to Hawaii. The sunshine here
Is so bright and the climate so equa
ble that I ciin say there Is no place
During Doyle's stay in Tokto h(
was lavUhly entertained1 by Mr. and
Mrs. Mlkl Saljo, who are well known
In Honolulu, Sal to having formerly
been Japanese Consul General here.
He Is now connected with the Immi
gration Bureau, under the Depart
ment of Foreign Affairs. Doylo also
visited Shanghai before returning to
Shortly aftor ho landed this morn
ing, Doyle turned tils man, Y. Abe,
tho Japanese absconder ,over to High
Sheriff Henry. While In bis custody
Abe made no trouble for Doyle, Doylo
wilt make a full report to the High
Sheriff In a few days. It Is expected
that Doyle Will be entertained by the
Japanese Merch'ants' Association,
which partly contributed towards his
Bcputabte manufacturers agents are
inlted to correspond with us regard
ing territorial contract to handle tho
sales of our "I-ATHEnKTTB FAUC
KT," a smart, nn-to-datb attachment,
producing soap suds lnstanty In kitch
ens laundries, etc. Especially adapt
od to modern hotels, clubs, restaurants,
laundry works, apartment houses, fac
lories. ery home needH It, and can
vassers make a fine living selling It.
General Agency with liberal arranger
ment goes (o firm having tho requisite
nuallflcatlrms of push', onCrgy and cap
ital to do justice to this exceptional
proposition. Address M.J IIOOTCO,
luc, 27 K. 22nd St, New York.
IN HEART OF CITY
Burglar Frightened Away
But' Leaves Weapon
Another burglary, no report of
which tins heretofore been made by
the police, was perpetrated on the
night of Monday, Dec. 21, P. J, Tur
ner of Lewis & Co. being the victim
Only a pound of butter was taken
from the house, which Is ono of the
Peck cottages on Vineyard street, but
the' most significant feature abou:
the case Is that the burglar was evi
dently prepared to offer violence In
case bo encountered any opposition
this being shown by the fact that he
leh'behlnd a piece of rubber boxe of
a description which showed that It
(ns evidently Intended for a weapon.
"I think that the burglary must
have taken place between tho houir
of six and nine n tho evening," said
Turner this morning, "as I and all
the other members of my household
were down town at that time. The
burglar evidently got Into the housi
through the back door, and I think
that he must Just liave entered when
my son, who returned to the house
at about 9 o'clock, went lu through
the front door", and was frightened f
away, making his exit through the
back door. He had evidently not
gone any further than the kitchen.
and all he had taken was a pound of
butters He was apparently quite a
dangerous man, for he left behind n
short length of rubber hose, much
worn at one end, which was used as
a handle, the thing being' evidently
Intended for a sort of a club."
A report of the matter was made to
the police, but nothing has jet de
veloped. A Chinese yesterday discovered :t
tall, dark stranger In tho act of go
ing through his clothing. in a room
of a I'alauift tenement. Tho thief got
away, but a report was immediately
mado to the detective department!
This' forenoon a Porto Illcan negro,
named Acosta, was arrested and is
now being held for Investigation. Ac
cording to Chief of Detectives Knlakl
ela he admits that he was the man
seen by the Chinese searching his
clothes In Palama, and has been
Identified by him.
FROM THEJLD WORLD
Mr, Edward M. Langley, the special
lepresontatlve of Nestor Gianaclts, the
famous cigarette manufacturer nf
Cairo, Egypt, arrived here on the Ko
rea and Is stajlnc at the Moana Hotel.
Mr. Larigley ha been requested by'
Mons. Nestor OlanacJIs. to make a re
port on the climatic conditions of the
Islands, particularly In regard to pack
ing the celebrated Nestor cigarettes In
Fuch a manner as to retain their full
Turkish flavor, for an Indefinite period.
It Is easy to understand the1 Jealousy
with which this brand Is guarded, when
It Is considered that tor more than
thirty yoars It has been the leading
seller In the European markets and
numbers among Its patrons many of
the royal famlllen throughout Europe,
Monster Olnnaclls a warm personal
friend of the present Khedive of Egypt,
started life as a cigarette roller and
by his great cnorgy, and conscientious
devotion to an Industry ho lovod,' suc
ceeded early In life In establishing- a
"business on Nestor cigarettes .through
out Europe and tho Orient. The fac
tory In Cairo Is probably the, finest lr
the world, located as it i In the old
Royal Palace and equipped with a mod
ern resfaurant and reading room for
Us hundred's of native employee The
enormous Import duty exacted by the
United States government on Imported
cigarettes, together ulth a general de
mand from every section of the United
States, led to tho starting In Bostou
of a branch of the Cairo eitshllahmunt
which was completed and put In opera
tion three years ago after having been.
formally blessed by a prayer from tho
jrlcsts of tho Creek Ahmet. Mons
Ulauaclla visited Boston and person
ally supervised tho construction of this
factory and leaf vaults, the tatter be
ing under ground and probably the
only thing of the kind on the Ameri
Mr. Langley has been Instructed to
advise. Mons. alanaclla ot any possi
ble Improcemeat In packing the fa
mons Nestor cigarettes bo that Id fu
ture as in the past, consumers of this
brand will havo the same delicate
aroma which pake the Nestors a fav
orlte In the old world. -
A CREW will bo Blgnod for the
American bark Nuuanu pn Monday
morning. The Nuuanu will sail from
hero to Kaanapatl with sugar ballast
icnd'WllI take on board a full cargo ot
Migar from tho Atlantic Coast. Tbo
men will bo signed for the trip around
the Horn. '
IS THE BRIGHTEST
M. S. Grlnbaum Believes
In Prospects Oh
"This city ha tho greatest pros
pects for the future of any place t
know," said M. S'Orlnbaum
"There aro great things nhead of
Honolulu. It can't be otherwise. Tho
year hus been prosperous and there Is
no danger of any Injurious chnngtn in
tho tariff. Troperlty Is the greatest
rremonltlon any Iowd can hae, Now
all you want Is tho population and
that will come.
"The great Oerman Mnyd steam
ship eompnny'e eh I pic will bu calling
nt this port before very long. They
have made connection with lUe West
ern Pacific system that should be In
San Francisco In about six months and
their transportation system will go
clear through to the Orient. The ships
wilt stop here. The) nlust stop where
there Is business.
"Thore will be grodt things doing
BEVHIlAt, MOIIE roent havo left the
William P. Frye, the attractions of
ihore being- too strong for them Just
now. They are expoctod back beforo
the ship sails, however. The ship Is
now so short handed that tho work of
polishing her up Is progressing but
JleSLna ObmW . .-
The giiestirot the Moana Hotel In
clude; Mr. A. II. Kobertson, Mrs.
E. A, McDryde, De. V. K. Collins and
Mrs.- Collins, Miss Francena Day ot
Seattle, Wash.; Miss Krupp, Austria:
Mr.' and 'Mrs. C. J. "clutching, Hono
lulu; Mlu Addle M. Murphy, Helena.
Mont.; Miss Frances D. Murphy, He
leua, Mont.; Mrs. I,. Lonoy, Sydney,
Australia; Mrs. W. D. Holt. Ken
tucky; Mrs. W. M. Hone and son, Loo
Angeles, Calif.; Mrs. C. II. Hender
son, Los Angeles, Calif,; Miss llertha
J. Curtis, Los Angeles, Calif.; Mr.
nnd Mrs. J. B, llrjnn, Rochester, N.
Y,; Miss Margaret Bryan, Rochester.
N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. It. Lincoln Lip
pltt, Providence, II. I.; A. Williams,
Vancouver, B.C; Mr. and Mrs. J, 8.
Rear, maid,, and Infant, Vancouver.
B. a; Dr. P. L. Miner, Honolulu;
Miss Miner, Honolulu; II. 11. Berry,
San Francisco; S. J. Whawell, Eng
land; Mrs. J. W. Saunders, San Krah
clsco; Mlu Saunders, San Kranclnco;
Winifred Lad Howard, EnglancJ;
Mr, and Mrs. J, Charles Green, Bin
Francisco; Miss Lydla Gibbons, San
Francisco; Maitir Herbert Green
San Francisco; Wm. Porter Allen
New York; E. S. Townsend, iNev
York; Edward M. Langley and wife.
Boston, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. U. S.
Grlnbaum, San Francisco; Dr. Ed. J.
Rich and wife, Ogden, Utah; 8. A.
Watson, Philadelphia, Pa.; 11. A.
Pratt and family, Fresno, Calif.; J.
Hodgklns and wife, Chicago, III.; Mm.
Kate Uasker, Now York. ,
Chanre For Hen
to lie uu rait you must have a well
defined crease down tbo side of jour
The knife blade crease over the
front and back of the knee the full
length of the leg no longer suffices.
Dame Fashion now decrees that there
must be four distinct marks running
from hip to shoe on each trouser leg.
In other words, to be one ot the cut
ups, each leg must look like a quad
rangular prism as ou walk down the
street'. To those who stick to the ob
solete style of pressing or the stilt
more antique system ot the baggy
knee and round pin coverings will be
sent forth the word by the up-to-the-minute
bos; "Chalk up, kid; you're
The new fad In pressing, Just In
troduced assumed startling propor
tions with Its birth and -now the
clothiers are feeling its effect. '-'A,
suit, otherwise all right, but only
precised In the usual way, must bo
sent to the' tailor to have a creaso
run -down the inside and outsjde aeant
of each leg before it is accepted. A
Mr. James Dougherty la convalescing
kt homo atccir his terrible lllhesi His
mother, Mrs. Speer, ot San Francisco,
Is with blm. ,
Mrs. Egbert Boberts, the mdther-'of
Mr. A. P. Taylor,-sailed In theAla
meda, after a very pleasant vlsit'htre.
f w .
Mrs. Kate Hasker ot New York, ar
rived on the" Korea for a stay n the
Mr. 8, A, Watson ot Philadelphia.
Pa., Is In Honolulu touring the world.
Dr. Edw: I. Itlch,and wife bt Og
den, Utah, are at the Moana,
' ,"' "
Mr, It. A. Pratt of Fresno, Calif.,
Ik litre with his family.
Mr. J, Hodgklns 'and wife ot Chi
cago are In town,
" Si )
Mr. Ada Long McCormlck. daugh
ter 6f millionaire syrup refiner, to' bo
examined for canity.
Uerkoloyans favor commission form
of government and expect new charter,