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FIRST COUNT OF BALLOTS MADE FRIDAY;
MORE CANDIDATES ENTER FRIENDLY RACE
Standing of Contestants
The Pint Count will be made FRIDAY Evening, January 8th. Send
in oil votes before Friday.
Contestant may take the trip any time they choose.
DISTRICT NO. 1.
INCLUDES THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
Call Today For Subscrip
tion Books and In
Several more candidates wore add
ed to the already long list of contest
tints In the Bulletin's contest
since jestorday and It wilt be noted
that there have only been a tew
withdrawals since the names w'er'
first announced on Saturday. It Is n
had Idea to withdraw from the race
at this time, as your friends have
nominated you with tho Intention of
standing by you throuchout thn con.
in r.i n mil rruv . niinniiim
test, and It is up to you to keep your Mf Qnn Colbnrn , , 4 , Honolulu
.Honolulu '. 3000
.Honolulu . 3000
Miss Jean Angus . . . ,
Miss Mary Dias
Miss Elsie Bushnell .,
Miss Katie Libomio . ,
Miss Amy Awal
Miss A. Todd Rodanet
Miss Leila Dinklatre .
Miss Anna Mossman .
Miss Flora Hollowav
Miss Naomi Lazarus Pearl City 3000
Miss May Thomas Wahiawa 3000
Miss Lera King Wahiawa auw
MissMiriam Wright ., Honolulu 3000
Misslsabelle Frear Honolulu 3000
Miss Martha Voss . . , Honolulu Emp. Sachs D. 0. Co. .3000
Mis Ethel Angus , Honolulu 3000
MissAdelin Mutch Honolulu . 3000
Mis Anabello Low Honolulu 3000
Miss Nellie McLean Honolulu 3000
Miss Ray Bell Honolulu 3000
Miss Ella Murray
, . Honolulu , 3000
friends encouraged, by helping them
out In their vote-collecting,
A large number of contestants
have already called on the Contest
Manager and asked for books, and
those who have not plrondy done bo
should come In at once and Ret the
necessary credentials and commence
to ask their friends to help them out.
Votes nre easy to collect and there
are n number no doubt who nre al
ready watting your call, and those
who commence now will havo tho
Miss Sarah Fookela Waipahu
1 Miss Cecilia Anderson Honolulu
Miss Julia Spencer Honolulu
Miss Mary Ackerman Honolulu
Miss Lizzie Ten Sue Kau Honolulu
Mis Daisy Smith Honolulu
Miss Orilla Rice Honolulu
i Miss Thora Oss Honolulu
Miss Freda Asch Honolulu
Miss Margarette Finney ', Honolulu
Miss Mollie E. Orace Honolulu
Miss Alice Green Honolulu
best opportunity of winning one of Mis Angela Hopkins Hono In u
the Seattle trips.
The First Count
The llrst count of the ballots will
Miss Ada Lycett
Miss Eva McCorriston
Miss Margurette Branco
bo made on Friday ana the results 'JJlss Shizuko Uyemoto Honolulu
published In Saturday's Issue of tho
U u 1 1 o 1 1 n . Those making tho
best showing on Saturday will on
courago their frjends most and will
Miss Shizuko Ikeda
. Honolulu 3000
, . . Honolulu 3000
v.Honolulu .' 3000
MisaHulda Johriion Honolulu
Miss Eva Hawkins Honolulu
Miss Lizzie Kamaka Honolulu
hsv the niii-nntmro .f inn,i (n,.t 'MissMarjrarette Lum Honolulu
The Contest Manager was kept 'JJUs Ethel Whiting . T Honolulu
busy yesterday nnswcrlng questions MissLila Vogel Honolulu
nnd Issuing ballots, which are given Missiouise flushneil Honolulu
hiss uzzie crreira uonoiuiu
Miss Madeline Dutra Honolulu
Miss Sonhie de la Nux Honolulu
. Honolulu 3000
to each subscriber who nays his sub
scrfptfpns, but it is necessary for the
(ubscrlber to request votes nt tho
time they pay their subscriptions, as Miss Daisy Bell
those connected with the office have Mits Arinic Buiunell Honolulu
Miss Caroline Bor? es Honolulu
Miss Mary Fraine Honolulu
Miss Ethel Ludwigsen Honolulu
ubsolutely nothing to do with tho
, distribution of tho ballots, when
there Is no request made for same.
Contestants depending on tho
m&llrf 4n hrlnp Ihplr vM In Ihla nf.
flee should be careful and send In all , JJjss Margaret Scott Hilo
. DISTRICT NO. 2.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF HAWAII.
their subscriptions and votes clipped
from the paper. In each mall coming
In, as votes after Saturday will bo
Miss Louise de Hame Kohala, Hawaii 3000
Miss E. Tuhiliona Fepeekeo, Hawaii 3000
Miss Violet N. Brown Hilo 3000
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counted each day and tho results aiwaoein a. victor nuo UUUU
printed and those desiring to make a ' Mi Hattie Saffery Hakalau 3000
showing each week should send in Miss Lily Ackerman Kealakekua 3000
their votes as fast as they receive' Miss Alice Carvalho .....Olaa 3000
them and make a good showing and Miss Ruth Guard Hilo 3000
keep up with the lists. IMis Harriet Hapal Hilo 3000
. Kauai candidates, have already he-'Miss Annie Hattie Kohala 3000
gun to solicit their friends for sub- Miss Julia Kahino Hookena 3000
scrtptions, and tholr work has at- MissM. Kuhns . .. Knkuihaele 3000
readj- begun to toll nnd when the 'Miss Lillian Mundon . .i Pahoa 3000
results are printed on Saturday they! """ DISTRICT NO 3
Thi' n?Z V.?Hit,.b'e -h m"6 "?' INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF MAUI.
.e.-;.di" iC, 8 .. '"l.w' ,. "!.K Mis, L. K. Hart . Wailuku 3000
.. u. iuiu ,wn uuv iui irniir lur- -Ml,, lfnlli. Pnnm an tT.llnl. OIWI
Miss Eva Scholtz Wailuku ...3000
Miss Marv Oohier t .Lahaina ..,.'. 3000
Miss Hattie Kalino v .Makawao , .3000'
Miss Mollis King Wailuku ......?.- , .3000-
Mis Mabel Waiaholo Lahaina .' :300tf
Miss Jennie Hansen Wailuku , '. .3000
Miss Carrie Scholtz Peahi .' 3000
Miss Marv Hoffman Wailuku 3000
Miss Annie Decker Wailuku 3000
DISTRICT NO. 4.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF KAUAI.
i juiss .Linei wucox Lihue. Kauai 3000
Miss Miriam Mundon Kapaa, Kauai 3000
Candidates should call on the Con
test Manager at once and secure sub
scription books, and there are a num
ber of things he would like tu tell
you, In regard to the belt way of se
curing votes. Call at once at the
11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n office.
3000-Frce.Vote for Other
Islands Until January 9th
Thn tftflfl siaMi! nnmlnsHnv knllnt
for tbd butslde Islands on account of JJUi Connie Fassoth Wa14!: Ka.ual
some misunderstanding in country
rllatrfMa ,ni1 ttiruia wl.i Inland ant...
Ing the contest hod better clip out JJ "5, Aea -- Wairaea, Kauai
this ballot and mall to Coatest Depart " S0,11" DfN ?,8naleiUKa,1,fti
ment ,at once. There are no restric ft" ' 'l It)1 f ". uai
lions 'In entering tho race any time
during the contest, but those who
' enter now will get the benefit of tho
3000 special ballot.
3000 Free Vote ! . ,.
y There. Is aballot printed In this
Issue of the Uullet'ln which,'
when clipped odt nnd properly filled
..lnd '.forwarded' ta', the manager of
the' Contest Depart"m6nr,'Jwlll, count
S000 votes. This Is a chance for you
to propose your favorite, young lady
in the popular contest.
This special ballot Is only good un
til Saturday, Jan. 9, aqd'eafch con
testant is only entitled to ono ballot.
This ballot-applloB to Districts N'os.
2. 3. and 4 only.- ' '"
THE FIVE TRIP8 WILL DE APPOR
TONED A8 F6LL0V8.
District No. 1 Includes' the City and
County of Honolulu. ,
District No. 2 Includes the County
District No. 3 Includes the County
nintrlrt Nn, i Inrluden tlw County
, of Kauai.
Miss Gloria Kaai Makaweli. Kauai
Miss Angeline F. Suva , , Walmea, Kauai .
No candidate will be credited with more than one of
these NOMINATING BALLOTS.
Good for 3000 Votes
IN BULLETIN'S POPULAR VOTING CONTEST
Must be voted on or before SATURDAY, JAN. OTH,
Please enter 3000 votes for
Address ,. District No. ...
THIS COUPON, if presented at the Bulletin
office at Honolulu, T. H., before Saturday. January 9th,
1809, wiirbe accepted for 30OO Votes in favor of
the contestant from any district outside District 1 nam
Each candidate allowed only one NOMINATING
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
! OUR ANNUAL SALE
'OF THE CELEBRATED "HOME-MADE" BRAND OF
scrlptlon, 120(7 votes; new subscrip
tion, 1S0O votes.
Five" yimrstiubaerlp'Uott " .tfl. J.h.
livening U al 1 1 1 n Old sub'
scrlptlon, 10,000 votes) new sub
scription, 16,000 votes.
One year's subscription to the
Wo ok ly Bui lot In Old sub
scription ,100 votes; now subscrip
tion, 135 votes.
l'lvo cars' subscription to the
Weekly Q. u 1 1 o 1 1 n Old sub
scription, 1250 votes; new subscrip
tion, 2000 votes.
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY, BULLETIN IS
Ono month's subscription to tho
Evening tlullotln, 75 cents.
Three months' subscription to tho
Kvonlng nullotln, 2.00.
Six months' subscription to tho
Kvonlng n til lo tin, $4.00,
Twclvo months' subscription to tho
Evening Hul lot In, 18.00,
Five years' uubscrlptlon to thu
Evening Du Matin. $40.00.
Ono year's uubscrlptlon to tho
Wookly Bulotln, $1.00. '
Five years' BUbscrlptUn to tho
Wookly nultotln,g $5.00.
i Contestants are not limited to th: district in which they are entered,
but are allowedto securevbtes from any other District. .Countyor State.
-- Tr-7777 1; "
Tho fifth trip will bo for tho receiving tho lilgKiist number of votoa
chnjieron, whowill bo chosen by the
'oung'voman feourlng the.hlghcst In
dividual vote, Irrespective of district
Yob may take the trip an time you
choobo, fclngly or In groups.
Four Separate Contests,
Tho Ev o n 1 n s B u 1 1 o 1 1 n Is con
ducting fourihcparato anrid!itlnct con
tests at tho same time,
Tho young woman who receives the
highest number of votes In District
No. 1 will be given drst-clana transpor
tation both ways, and hotel accommo
dations whllo In Seattle and San Fran
Tho young woman in District No. 2
wljl rccolvo tho same trip to Seattle
and San I'ranclsco, with tho same uc
rnmmmlntlniiH nn Ihp-nnc In Dltdrlrl
Tho )nung womau In District No. 3
will receive the same trip as tho young
women In Districts Nos. X and 2. '
The young''wnman in District No. i
receiving tho highest vote will rccolvo
tlip same (rip utyti accommodations' as
tho three above mantloncd districts. t .
VOTE8 .ON .SUB8CRIPTION8 AL
LOWED AS FOLLOWS
Ono month's subscription to tho
Evening Uul letLr-Old sub
scription, 50 votes; new subscription,
Three months' subscription to the
Evening Ilulletl n Old sub
scription, 200 votes; new subscrip
tion, 250 voles.
Six months' uubscrlptlon to, the
Eyonlng Dullotl n Old sub
scription, 600 votes; new subscrip
tion, 700 votes,
Onft yinr.'H aiiliRcrlptlnn in lhf
E v 0 11 Vn g iJ u'i'l'o't1! ii Old sub-
BRYAN.STILL IN POLITICS
But Hopes It Won't Be Necessary for
Him To Run Again
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Dec. 23.
William J. Bryan was asked today
concerning his attltudo toward' an
other nomination for the Presidency.
"All I can say about 1912 Is that
I hope It wlll'never be necessary for.
mo to run for office again. I prefer
to do my work as n prlvato citizen.
"1 will ndd ono other thing," Bald
Mr. Bryan, "and that Is that 1 am
BUI! In politics nnd expect to be for
about twenty years, and I shall mako
It convenient .to io present whenever
and whorovern man or group of men
attempt to Ilepubllcanlze the Domo
CONSOLATION . r
Mis. Ndwed (a brldo, of thfeo
months)? Tom seems'to'b'o somewhat
different slnco our marrlbgo.' Mrs.
Oldwed: Oh. don't let that worry you.
"A year from now!Th"d'lK'b6"lalff,9r-
"How did Itjliappon thnt your,
friends got the b'est of you?" 'quor
lurt the Inquisitive person. "They got
busy while I was watching my ene
mies," explained the man who had
b'ot tho short end of it.
l7."S."Dcpnft'mcnt of Agriculture,
. Weather Bureau.
Station, Honolulu, T. 11.: month, De
Atmospheric Prcssuro (Itcduccd, to
pea lovel; Inches nnd hundredths)
Mean 30.10; highest 30.28, datu 11th,
lowest 2396, date 1st.
Temperature Highest 79, datu 9th,
lowest 61, (Into 27; greatest dally
rnngo 11, datu 18th; least dally rangu
r, dato 13th. Mean for this month In
1890, 72; 1891, 74; 1892, 71; 1893, 71;
1891, 71; 1895, 73; 1896, 74; 1897. 72;
1898, 71; 1899, 71; 1899, 73; 1900,72;
1901, 72; 1902, 71; 1903, 73; 1904, 72;
1905, 72; 1906, 73; 1907, 74; 1908, 72.
Mean of this month for 10 years, 72.3;
ubsoluto maximum for this month for
9 years, 84; nbsoluto minimum for
this month for 19 years, 55; average
dally deficiency of this month as com
pared with mean of 19 years, 0.4;,' ac
cumulated deficiency since Janua'ry 1,
115; average dully deficiency slucu
January 1, 0.3. "
Proclpltatlon Total this month,
2.68; greatest precipitation in 24 hours,
1.23, dato 19th-20th. Total precipita
tion this month in 1877, 2.34; h87tf
1.79; 1879. 8,86; 1880, 1.46; 1881,,6.12;
1882, 2.14; 1883, 4.17; 1884, 3.90:1885,
..oz; issb, i.az; istn, 7.u; isss,i.i7
1889, 5.55; 1890, 1.30; 1891, 2.31; '1892,
4 26 1893, 1.58; 1904, 3.13; 1905, 2.85;
1906, 10.02; 1907, 2.00; 1908, 2.68.- Av
orago of this month for 22 yearn, 3.72:
deficiency of this month as compared
with uverago of 22 jenrs 1.01; accu
mulated deficiency since January 1,
Wind Prevailing ; direction NE.
total movement 7666 miles; average
hourly velocity 10.3; maximum veloc
ity (for five mlnutos) 30 mllcB per
hour, from NE. on 25th. ,
Avcragu relative humidity, 68.5 per
Weather Number of days, clear 4;
portly cloudy, 4; cloudy, 3; on. which
jpljhich, or moro. of precipitation oc.
Miscellaneous Phenomena (dates of)
-Auwas, nono; halos: solar 22nd,
jlinar 28trr,31st; hall, nono; fog, iono;
WM. B. STOCKMAN.
Section Director, Wcathor Bureau,
V.S' ,'. ,
WISDOM OF EXPERIENCE
"What man has done man can do,"
remarked tho party with tho (quota
tion habit, "Yes," rejoined tho bene,
diet, with an open-faced sigh, "but
it's never half ns much as his wifu
expects him to do."
ADMIRAL EVANS .
Says Our Ships AreBetter
Than Those Of
NEW YORK, N. Y., Dec. 14. "Of
all tho Inaccurate and misleading
statements In thlB wonderful Itcutcr
ciah'l criticism," says Admiral Ilobley
D. Evans, "tho most Incorrect' Is thnt
the bnttlcshlps of tho United Stntcsf
are exactly the snmc ns were the Rus
sian ships after tho Ilusso-Japancso
light In the sea of Jnpan not tem
.ornrlly but permanently.
"1 assort that tho battle fleet of
the 'United States never was and nev
er will be. never can be In Iho condi
tion of thnt Russian fleet when It
went Into action for tho Inst tlmo."
That tho latest battleships built by
this country nre vastly superior to
England's Dreadnought Is also em
phatically Insisted upon by tlio Aii
mlral In nn article written by hln:
wherein he strongly defends tho
American navy nnd replies to criti
cisms of It made some tlmo ago by
Henry Houtcrdahl nnd others.
"I do not for u moment claim that
the Indlnnn nnd her sister ships aro
cqunl to tho Dreadnought of tho En
glish navy," BayB Admiral Evnns,
"only thnt she Is tho equal of tho
English Bhlps designed nt tho snmo
tlmo. But I do claim that our latest
shins nro vastly superior to tho Dread
nought nnd 1 bolleve thnt every fight
ing man who has given tho subject
Intelligent consideration will ngrco
Bijr Guns Superior
Admiral Evnhs urgos tho superior
ity of tho lS-lnchun over tho 12
Inch gun. nnd asserts that tho chango
to tho lesser caliber to conform to
England's typo was a most serious
blunder. This Is chargeable, ho sayB.
to tho seagoing offlcorB of tho navy,
and not tp uny stnff corps. Regard
ing tho wfctor line armor' bolt ho
"I am sure, after many weeks of
clnso observation, that the lower edgo
of the armor .belt l too high rather
thnn too low'." "
It had been strenuously contended
by critics thnt the low location of ho
belt wns n vltol point of weakness.
"Ah tho upper edge of tho belt Is
always even with or nbovo tho level
of the protective belt," continues Ad
miral Evnns, "the dnngcr to bo ap
prehended from a projectile penetrat
ing abovo tho belt, beyond tho wreck
ing effect of such projectile, Is thnt
duo to tho amount of water thnt may
ontcr tha hnlo,
"It is tho damage Hint niny lin
done by bucIi projectllo entering bo
Iut that may cause tho ship to sink
by exploding mngazlnos or boilers,
but this is Improbable It will re
quire many 12-lnch shells on tho
wntcr' line, or on any otlier,to dla
able or sink such n ship It tho officers
mid men know tholr business and
want to fight."
Admiral Evans declares tho state
ment "thPt n wound on u turret
mny dlsablo the turret's 'guns" Is ab
solutely InacciiTato, unless by
"wound" penetration 1b meant.
Tho lending features in bnttlcshlp
dcslgiiB, Admiral Evnns conrludni),
ore tho battery, tho armor protection,
and the motlvo power.
Any ono of thobc unduly sacrificed
In fnvor of tho other means weaken
ing of tho fighting machine
TOO MUCH FOR HIM
(Hies: Tho mun who makes tlinsa
moving pictures bumped up ngnlnst
his llrst failure todny. Miles: How
wnB that? ailcs: Ho tried to mako
n moving picture of two men playing
n game of chess.
HE STRUCK OUT
Jngre.cn: 1 saw you talking to Bor
rows on tho strcot this morning. 1111
brown: Yes. Jngrccn: Did ho strlko
you for n loan? Bllbrown: Not ex
actly. Ho struck nt mo, but never
touched mo. j
"You can see. that I nm In need,
ma'am," said tho husky hobo. "Can't
you glvo me a llttlo ossUtancoJ"
"Certainly," answered tho kind lady
a sho handed him n cuko of tonp.
"Hero Is what you need."
i m i ' -1 - '
Mrs. Caller: Mrs. DeKntt Is .n liv
ing paradox. Mrs. Homer: How's
that; Mrs. Culler: Hlio in awfully
Iwldu but, gracious! how narrow!
Stqro kcoper In lonely part of wild
Klamath region Is found doad In doop
much with bullot holo through body,
Experiment!) to show how nlrshlps
rnuhl salt nur Ban Frnneli.rn nl night
and drop bombs fall,
WE ARE SHOWING AN ZT71ANT LINE OF
Equal to what you arc usually aked double for,
NO i EXAQQERATI0N.
lV CtfmeW See Them
L B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
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