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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, JAN. C. 1909.
INTEREST WAXINQ WARM AND VOTES ROLL IN.
HAWAII, MAUI AND KAUAI ARE BUSY TOO
FIRST COUNT OF
BALLOTS WILL BE
Trips Attract Wide
Interest And Ail
I Standing of Contestants
! The First Count will be made FRIDAY Evening, January 8th.
in all vote before Friday.
1 Contestant may take ttir trip any tine they choose.
DISTRICT NO. 1.
, INCLUDES THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
, Miss Augusta Becrman Honolulu
Miss Helen S. Spalding Honolulu
Miss Carol Low Honolulu
Miss Gertrude Knight Honolulu
Miss 0. B. Olsen Honolulu
Miss Roseline Ooeas Honolulu
Miss Jean Angus Honolulu
Miss Mary Dias
Miss Katie Libomio Honolulu
Miss Amy Awai Haleiwa
Miss A, Todd Rodanet Honolulu
Miss Leila Dinklagc Honolulu
Miss Anna Mossman Honolulu
Miss Flora Hollows y Honolulu
Miss Naomi Lazarus Pearl City
Tills morning was th i miner morn
Ing In thu II u 1 I c 1 1 ii Seattle Ex
position contest, anil thu contcBt mnn
was kept busj IsKUlng ballots on sub
scriptions and pome new candidates
called at the olllcc nnd registered
their names and asked (or books In
which to quaiiO them
The Ataskn-Yukon trips have at- Miss Nellie McLain Honolulu 3000
traded more candidates and tlierc Miss Mary E. Tirrcll Honolulu 3000
has been more Interest shown, tip to Miss Ella Murray Honolulu 3000
the present time than was evidenced Miss Grace Colburn Honolulu 3000
In the 1'aclilc States tour contest of Miss Sarah Fookela Waipahu 3000
two jears ago, when the II u 1 1 c 1 1 n Miss Cecilia Anderson Honolulu 3000
paid the expenses of a group of voting Miss Grace Hopkins Honolulu 3000
women to the mainland nnd showed Miss Julia Spencer Honolulu 3000
them tho time of their lives, which Miss Mary Ackerman Honolulu 3000
went down In the hlstorj of the UN ' Miss Lizzie Ten Sue Kau Honolulu mgr. So. Seas Curio. .3000
Miss Amelia Holt Honolulu 3000
Miss Lera King Wahiawa 3000
Miss Isabelle Irear Honolulu 3000
Miss Martha Voss Honolulu Emp. Sachs D. G. Co. .3000
for the rnto Miss Ethel Angus Honolulu 3000
Miss Anabelle Low Honolulu 3000
ands; nnd the II u 1 1 c 1 1 n never 'Miss Daisy Smith Honolulu
dreamed of again being able to excite Miss Orilla Rice Honolulu
to much Interest, but It any one Miss Freda Asch Honolulu
doubts the Interest being shown In Miss Margarette Finney Honolulu
the present contest, all the) have to MissMollie E. Grace Honolulu
do Is to come to the 1) u 1 1 c 1 1 n of-1 Miss Alice Green Honolulu
tlce and tho books are alvwns open Miss Angela Hopkins .Honolulu
io mosc ucsinng information re
garding the plans In which the votes
nre Issued and whether they arc all
bonn fide contestants.
When the results of tho first count,
made on Friday, are published Satur
day there will be surprises for all,
and those who have not as jet cnllcd
for books should do so at once and
make a good showing on the first
count of ballots.
'Subscribers sending in their pnj
ments by mall should alunjs men
tion the name of the contestant whom
they wish to tote for. nnd If they
want the votes returned to them they
should alto maUo that request Votes
nre absolutely not transferable nnd
not good If defaced. All votes Issued '
Miss Ada lyoett ..... Honolulu
Miss Eva McCorriston Honolulu
Miss Margurette Branco Honolulu
MissShizuko Uyemoto Honolulu
.Honolulu '. 3000
Witt TTnldn Xnfinann TTnnnlnlti
Miss Eva Hawkins Honolulu
Miss Lizzie Kamaka Honolulu '. . . .3000
Miss Margarette Lum Honolulu 3000
Miss Ethel Whiting Honolulu 3000
Miss Florence A. Kearns Honolulu . .. 3000
Miss Lizzie Ferreira Honolulu, at Whitney & Marsh. 3000
Miss Madeline Dutra Honolulu 3000
Miss Sophie de la Nux Honolulu, Stng. Wichman Co.. 3000
on subscriptions are good until the ' jhjss jinry Brown
close of the contest, and those deslr-, Ml Martmret Kr i
Miss Daisy Bell Honolulu
Miss Caroline Bor?es Honolulu
Miss Mary Frame Honolulu
Miss Ethel Ludwigsen Honolulu
DISTRICT NO. 2.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF HAWAII.
relics mnnrarFr .vnii nun i :ihhi
Ing to hold them In reserve may do Mi,. ToU!.e de Harne Kohala. Hawaii" '''"'.'''' '.'.3000
bo as long as they desire, but Ihoso
withdrawing from tho contest at any
time can not In any way transfer
their votes to some one else. Turn
In jour subscriptions now, nnd th
ote will be Issued for same, und
then you may hold back the votes.
All contestants living in Maul, Ha
waii, and Kauni should send In nil
their subscriptions on each mall nnd
the votes will be issued and returned
to tho candidate, nnd thoy may hold
back tho voIch until the end of tho
contest. It is alwajs a good Idea to
hold back votes and only voto u few'
Miss E. Tuhiliona Fepeekeo, Hawaii 3000
Miss Violet N. Brown Hilo 3000
Miss Elizabeth K. Victor Hilo 3000
MissHattie Saffery Hakalau 3000
Miss Lily Ackerman Kealakekua 3000
Miss Alice Carvalho Olaa 3000
Miss Ruth Guard Hilo 3000
Miss Harriet Hapai Hilo 3000
Miss Annie Hattie Kohala 3000
Miss Julia Kahino Hookena 3000
Miss M. Kuhns Kukuihaele . 3000
Miss Lillian Mundon Fahoa 3000
DISTRICT NO. 3.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF MAUI.
Miss L. K. Hart Wailuku
from time to time In order to show Misi Mollie Cummings Wailuku
jour friends that jou are taking an " Eva Scholtz Wailuku
Interest and In this way jou will not Miss Mary Gohier Lahaina .
'expose jour hand and no ono w III Miss Hattie Kalino Hakawao
Know, sav o each contestant herself. Miss Mollie King Wailuku
miss Mabel waianoio Lahaina
Miss Jennie Hansen Wailuku
Miss Carrie Scholtz Feahi
Miss Mary Hoffman Wailuku
Miss Annie Decker Wailuku
DISTRICT NO. 4.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF KAUAI,
i Miss Connie Fassoth Waimea. Kauai . .
Miss Ethel Wilcox Lihue, Kauai
waht reserve nor competitors hae
until tho flial count Is made
Candidates should call on the Con
test Manager nt once and secure sub
scription hooks, and there nre a num
ber of things ho would like to tell
jou, In regard to the belt way of se
curing votes. Call at once at the
U u 1 1 o 1 1 n office.
3000-Free-Vote for Other
Islands Until January Oth
Miss Miriam Mundon Kapaa, Kauai . .
Miss Rose Aea Waimea, Kauai
Miss Florence Deverill Hanalei. Kauai .
The 3000 special nominating ballot Miss Mabel Hastie Eleele. Kauni 3000
for the outside Islands on account of Miss Gloria Kaai Makaweli. ITsnal flOOO
some misunderstanding In country .Miss Angeline F. Silva Waimea. Kauai 3000
Contestants are not limited to the district in which they are entered,
but are allowed to securevotes from any other District, County or State.
districts, and those who Intend enter
Ing the contest had better clip out
tM ballot and null to Contest Depart
ment at once There nre no restric
tions In entering the race any time
during the contest, but those who
enter now will get the benefit of the
3000 special ballot.
3000 Free Votes .
There Is a ballot printed in thh
Issue of the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n which,
when clipped out and properly filled
In and forwarded to the manager of
the Contest Department, will count
3000 votes. This la a chance for jou
to propose your favorite joung lady
In the popular contest.
"Tills special ballot Is only good un
til tSaturduy, Jan 9, and encu con
testant Is only entitled to one ballot
Thls'ballot applies to Districts Nos.
2, 3, and 4 only.
District No. 2 Includes the County
of Hawaii t
District No. 3 Incltfdei the Cobnty
District No. 4 Includes tho County
Tho fifth trlu will bo for the
chaperon, who will bo chosen Uy,tfio
joung woman securing trie mgnest in
dividual vote, Irrespective of district
You may tako the trip any tlmo you
tluKito singly or In groups.
Four Separate Contests.
Tho r. i t n g il ii 1 1 o 1 1 n Is con.
ducting four sepaiato and distinct con
tests at the same time.
The joung woman who receives tho
I hlshost number nf vntna in niaf-i,.
' , V ' ' - . ... .VO .,. .',., It.,
THE riVE TRPB WILL BE APPOR No. 1 will bo given first class transpor-TIC-NED
A8 FOLLOWS: Itntlon both vvnjs, nnd hotel nrenmmn
District No, t Includes Iho City nnddutloiiN wlillo In Monltlo and Sin Tian
County of Honolulu. Ulsco.
The young woman In District No. 2
will receive tho semo trip to Seattle
anil San Francisco,, with tho samo ac
commodations as the ono In District
The joung woman In District No. J
tecelvlng the highest number of votea
will recclvp the same trip as the young
women In Districts Nos. 1 and 2.
Tho jOung woman in District No. 4
leeching the highest vote will receive
tho same trip and accommodations as
tho three above mentioned districts,
VOTE8 ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL.
LOWED AS FOLLOW8
One month's subscription to tho
Evening- Uulletl n Old sub
scription, 50 votes; new subscription,
Three months' subscription to the
K v e n I n g II u I I e 1 1 n Old sub
Hcilplliin, 200 totes; new subscrip
tion, 200 loin.
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,
1909, will be accepted for 3000 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 th young woman you wish to vote for
and the district in which she lives. Bring or mail to Man
ager Contest Department, care ofEveningBulletin,
Honolulu, T. H.
THIS COUPON COUNTS AS ONE VOTE FOR
District No ,
(This coupon is not good after Monday, Jan. 25th)
Six months' subscription to tha
Evening Uulletl n Old sub
scription, COO votes; new subscrip
tion, 700 votes.
One j car's subscription to' tho
Evening Uulletl n Old sub
scription, 1200 votes; new subscrip
tion, 1500 votcsvv
Five j ears' tiiuscrlptlon to tho
Evening B a 1 1 1 1 n Old sub
scription, 10,00b tos; new sub
scription, 16,006 votes.
Ono year's subscription to the
Weekly Uulletl n Old sub
scription ,100 votes; now subscrip
tion, 125 votes.
Five years' subscription to the
Weekly Uulletl 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 the
Evontug Uulletl n, 75 cents.
Threo months' subscription to the
E v o n I n g U u 1 1 o 1 1 n, S2 00.
Six months' subscription to tho
E von Ing Hullo tin, 14.00,
Twolva months' subscription to tho
Evening Dullot In, IS 00.
Five years' subscription to
Kvonlng UuMotln SI 0.00.
Ono year's subscription to
Wookly mile tin, 91.00.
Flvo jcarB' subscription to
Wookly Uulletln,g 15.00.
4 tt.nc p
Chicago, Dec. 22. Groat Heart, who
rppcars In tho second part of John
I!imvan'H "I'llgilm's Progress," Is
President Itoohoplt'B favorlto char
uctcr In allcgoricnl literature. "I'll
grlm'B l'rogicss" Itself tho President
consider) ouu of tho greatest books
ever wrlttiu, and Abraham Lincoln ho
deems thu Ideal Great Heart of public
This was revealed by tho Hov. Dun
can C. Mllner.'n retired Presbyterian
minister, who received u lottcr from
the President. Tho President's lottcr
"My Dear Dr. Milner: Yes, jou aio
ontlrclv right. Hut "I had no Idea that
what I Mid was being repeated. Oieat
Heart Is my avorltp ,char,actor In al
legorical literature which, of courso
If a branch of fiction, an jou say Just
as Ilunj an's 'Pilgrim's Progress' Is to
my mind ono of tho greatest books
ihat was ever written; and I think tliat
Abraham Lincoln Ib the Great Heart
of public life
"Why can't .you settle up some
times?" said tho grocer, gruffli
You nre alwajn short." "Yes."
laughed tho slow-paying customer,
'honipthlng lll,o jour scales," And
Iho grocer was so pinned ho welched
out prunes for wabhlng toda.
in Tin: cmcuiT couht of tub
First Circuit, Territory of Hnwnll,
At Chambers; In P-obato. In the
Matter of tho Estate of James Stew
ard, Deceased. Order of Notlca of
Hearing Petition for Probate of Will.
A document purporting to be tho last
will and testament of James Stownrd,
late of Honolulu, Island and County
of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, de
ceased, having on the 22nd day of
December, 1908, been presented to
said Probato Court, and a petition for
probate thereof, praying for the Issu
ance of letters testamentary to Mary
Steward, widow of the said deceased,
tho executrix named In said will, hav
ing been filed by said Mary Steward,
it Is ordored that Wednesdaj1, tho
27th day of January, 1909, at 9
o'clock a. m. of said day, at tho
court room of said court at Hono
lulu, be and tho biinlo is hereby tip
I olntcd tho time nnd placo for prov
ing said will and hearing said appli
cation. It is further ordered that no
tice thereof be given by publication
onto a week for thrcn successive
weeks In tho Evening Uulletin, a
nowspapor, the last publication to bo
not less than two weeks previ6us to
tho tlmo therein appointed for hear
ing, Dated ut Honolulu, December 22d,
(8gd.) J. T. Ill: IIOIT,
First Judge of tho Circuit Court
of tho Flrat Circuit.
(8gd.) JOU IIATCIIKLOH,
Holmes & Stanley, Attorneys for
4190 Dec. 23, 27; Jun. 0, 13.
PROPOSALS TOIl PIHNTINO. Of
flco of Depot and Constructing Quar
termaster, Honolulu, II. T Jan. 4th,
1909. Sealed pioposals, In triplicate,
will bo received until 10 nt m. Janu
ary 11, 1909, and then opened, for
miscellaneous printing, ruling, and
furnishing the paper and cardboard
for same, necessary at Honolulu, II.
T during the peilod beglnulng Jan
uarj 15, 1909, and ending June QO,
190D, For further Information ap
ply to tho'oftlco of the undersigned,
ty. N. FALLS, Qapt.'fe Quartermas
ter, I S A , Depot and Constructing
4200 Jan. C, 6, 7, 8, 9.
! l 1' Ji -
Zeko writes that ho lias turned
out to be an Inventor," dmwjed tlio
proud old funnel "Innewl!" nui
his wife dropping ,vrr knitting. "Heal
inventor?' "That's what he sajs."
"Fill tho land's siko lllinin!" "No
for tlll XMItoi's 8.11,1'. Jlnlltll. II' n
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
OUR ANNUAL SALE
OF THE CELEBRATED "HOME-MADE" BRAND OF
HAS TO SMILE
Tilt Taft And The
"How Is jour friend, Samuel Gum
pers?" "I Imven't seen Mr. Goniperi late
ly," replied tho Hon. Charles tt. Lit
llcfleld, the former Congressman from
the Mnlnc Second District, but now a
resident of New York, to this qucrj-,
nnd ho mulled as he continued: "Hut
I notlco he did not accomplish much
more this tlmo than ho did when ho
lame down Into Maine to defeat
"One thing amused mo considerab
ly, nnd that was the break between
President Roosevelt and Mr, Goni
pers. For a tlmo tho President nnd
tho other gentleman wcro hand In
glove, und seemed to bo two souls
with but a single thought on labor
politics. Perhaps I ought to thank
Mr. Gotnpers for one thing tho very
wldo udvertising he helped to give
mo. Very often now I hao men
make Inquiries concerning tho cam
paign which that active gentleman
saw fit to wage against me In 1900."
Mr. Llttlcdeld, who visited Augus
ta last week, talked very Interesting
ly with a lloston Herald correspond
ent, upon national matters, among
other things, snjlng: "I rcgnrd Mr.
Taft us a very ublo man. Ho Is an
oxcellout lawjer. I bcllevo his pol
icy will bo u consorvutlvo ono. I
have no idea that he will curry out
tho extreme lino of action popularly
known as the Itoosevcltlan policy.
Mr. Taft Is extremely Interested, ovl
dcntlj', In the revision of tho tariff,
and, by tho way, that Is u matter, I
notice, President Itoouovolt said very
lit t to about In hlB uussngc."
Mr. I.lttlcfleld heard Mr. Taft mnko
his recent speech upon tho i-outlicrn
question. "I wub much interested,"
said he, "In what ho said about tht
I south iibildglng tho qualifications of,
voters. Ho told them to 'Go ahead.'
There was ono thing, however, con
1 ncctcil with this matter which was
j not mentioned. Tho second section
of tho 14 th nincndmont to tho Con-
Istltittlnn snjs: 'Representatives shall
bo apportioned nmong tho several
( States according to their respectho
numbers, counting the whole nuinlnvf
of porsons In each State excluding In
dians not taxed. Hut when tho right
to voto nt nny election for tho cholca
ol electors for ii President nnd Vlca
President of the United States, Hop
lcscntntlvcs In Congress, tho execu
tive nnd judicial officers of thn Stnto
or tho members of the Lcglslnturo
thereof Is denied to nny of tho mala
Inhabitants of such States 21 jcum
of ago and citizens of tho United
States, or In any wny nbrldgo except
for participation In rebellion or oth
ci crime, the basis of representation
therein shall bo reduced in tho pro
portion which tho number of suih
innle citizens shall hear to the whole,
number of m.ilo citizens, 21 jcars old,
In such State.
"Let us say that tho population of
tho South Is half negro," s.ild Mr.
Minefield, to illustrate his point.
"Suppooo tho right of that class to
vote should be denied. Tho repre
sentation which tho South would
then have In Congress would bo cut
down HO per cent. In Maine wo luivo
nn educational nuallucntlon which, It
unforced strlctlj', might cut down our
representation, Maine will lose ono
Representative anyway when tho
next apportionment Is mndo,"
When asked If ho Intended to
leave Maine permanently, Mr. Mine
field said' "I had to beenmo a citizen
of Now York in order to bo admit
ted to tho bar there, but Imvo re
tained my homo In Rockland nnd ex
pect to visit tho State often. I shall
no doubt spend my summers ut my
"There Is ono thing I want to tell
jou," ho continued; "It has been sta
ted that In tho Inst Congressional
campaign In Mulno, Mr. Svvasey, tho
Republican candidate for Congress,
wroto me, extending an Invitation Io
Inko part in tho campaign If such
u lettor was written, I novcr receiv
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