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BVEN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It , THURSDAY, JAN. 7, 19M.
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FIRST PRIZE AT-
TOMORROW COMES FIRST COUNT OF BALLOTS;
SEVERAL MORE CANDIDATES ENTER RACE
All Votes Cast Friday
Will Appear In Sat
urdays Issue of
Tomorrow evening the llrst count
of the ballots In the II ti 1 I e 1 1 n ' b
Alaska-Yukon Imposition Contest
will Ijo tnmlc, ami, Judging from tlio
Mite that tins already been cast, there
will be surprise In store for all. The
voting lias not slackened since the
Standing of Contestants
The First Count will be made FRIDAY Evening, January 8th.
In all votes before Friday.
Contestant may take the trip any time they choose.
DISTRICT NO. 1.
INCLUDES THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
Miss Ida McKcague Aica
Miss Elizabeth Kaal Honolulu
Miss Cordie Walker Honolulu
Miss Helen North Honolulu
Miss Jessie Kennedy Honolulu
Miss Bertha Smith Honolulu
Miss Nettie Lloyd Honolulu
Miss Edna P. Uuinaele Honolulu
Miss Ellen Dwight Honolulu
Miss Augusta Beerman Honolulu
Miss Helen S. Spalding Honolulu
Miss Carol Low Honolulu
Miss 0. B. Olscn Honolulu
Miss Roselinc Qoeas Honolulu
Miss Jean Angus Honolulu
Hits Mary Dias Honolulu 3000
Miss Katie Libornio Honolulu 3U00
Miss Millie Duchalsky Honolulu 3000
Miss Amy Awai Haleiwa 3000
Miss A. Todd Rodanet Honolulu 3000
tlrt announcement of tho names Miss Leila Dinklagc Honolulu 3000
were made, and moat all nrc working Miss Anna Mossman Honolulu 3000
for a good dhowlng for the drat count Miss Amoy Fook Tai Honolulu 3000
or the ballots. Ijiiss Naomi Lazarus Pearl City . .. 3000
Several moio names wero nddod to Miss Amelia Holt Honolulu 3000
the list today and moat nil have torn- -Miss Lera King Wnhiawa 3000
menccd to ask for votes. On flatur- Mi$s Isabelle Frear Honolulu 3000
day the aooo-froo-voto ballot will ho Miss Martha Voss Honolulu Emp. Sachs D. Q. Co. .3000
discontinued nnd nil entering nttei' Miss Ethel Angus Honolulu 3000
Saturday will not have the benefit of Miss Anabelle Low Honolulu 3000
the 3000 free votes for u starter, nnd Miss Nellie McLain Honolulu 3000
It is u good Idea to resistor
name beforo this ballot expires,
Special Features of Contest
The llfth trip will be for the chap
crone, who will be chosen by the can
didate receiving the largest vote In
the four districts. This Is tho most
Interesting feature of tho entire con.
test. Not only do the four winners
go themselves, but the ono,of the four
receiving the largest number of
votes, Irrespective of district limi
tations, will hnu tho right of select
ing a fifth, who will chnperone tho
Each district mentioned will fur
nish one of the auccessful candidates.
It being the rule of the contest that
ur Miss Alice Kia Honolulu
Miss Mary E. Tirrell Honolulu
Miss Ella Murray Honolulu
Miss Grace Colburn Honolulu
Miss Nell Hodnctt Honolulu
Miss Sarah Pookela Waipahu
Miss Cecilia Anderson Honolulu
Miss Qrace Hopkins Honolulu
Miss Amy Stratemeyer ' Honolulu
Miss Genevieve Langton Honolulu
Miss Julia Spencer Honolulu
Miss Lizzie Ten Sue Kau Honolulu mgr. So. Seas Curio. .3000
Miss Orilla Rice Honolulu 3000
Miss Freda Asch Honolulu 3000
Miss Margarette Finney Honolulu 3000
Hiss Mollie E. Grace Honolulu 3000
Miss Alice Green Honolulu 3000
Miss Ancela Honkins Honolulu 3000
no two winners cuti be residents of'MissEva MeCorriston Honolulu 3000
the same district. Each candidate. Miss Marenrette Branco Honolulu 3000
however. Is entitled to receive votes ,Miss Shizuko Ikeda Honolulu 3000
MissHulda Johnson Honolulu 3000
Miss Eva Hawkins Honolulu 3000
Miss Lizzie Kamaka Honolulu 3000
Miss Mnrearette Lum Honolulu 3000
MissEthel Whiting Honolulu 3000
Miss Florence A. Kearns Honolulu 3000
The best accommodations possible , Miss Lizzie Ferreira Honolulu, at Whitney & Marsh. 3000
have been arranged for, so that there , Miss Madeline Dutra Honolulu 3000
will bo no doubt of convenience ana , Miss SoDhie de la Nux Honolulu. Sine. Wichman Co.. 3000
wifely. Miss Daisy Bell Honolulu ,..3000
Miss Caroline Borges . . .-. Honolulu 3000
Miss Mary Fraine , Honolulu 3000
Miss Ethel Ludwigsen Honolulu 3000
DISTRICT NO. 2.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF HAWAn.
Miss Margaret Scott Hilo ' 3000
Miss Louise de Harne Kohala. Hawaii 3000
i jniss &. runmona repecKeo, nawau ouuu
Miss Violet N. Brown Hilo 3000
Miss Elizabeth K. Victor Hilo 3000
MissKattie Saffery Hakalau 3000,
Miss Lily Ackerman Kealakekua 3000
Miss Alice Carvalho Olaa 3000
Miss Ruth Guard Hilo 3000
Miss Annie Hatti Kohala 3000
from all the districts.
Those who contest do not necessa
rily have to be subscribers to the
IS it I I o t I u , nnd the winners of tho
free trips may go whenever they
chcose, Individually or In a group.
Enter your name, or that of your
friend at once. She mny win a free
trip. Nothing Is easier than winning
If you go about It rightly and solicit
the aid of your friends In helping you
out. Of coune, tho best way of se
curing votes Is by getting your
friends to subscribe for the paper,
thus getting the coupons Issued
thcteon. There Is another wny of
voting, however, and that Is by clip
ping the ballots from tho Hullo
1 1 n , filling in tho name of the young
lady you wish to vote for, und bring
l. . U n...... n..n .... 0-l. '
.!.. will 1, rnnnlml oach .lav nnd ' Hamet Hapai HllO
published In tho II u 1 1 e 1 1 n the
day following. Ilallots cast after 4
o'clock will not appear In the papo.
until the second day following.
Tomorrow comes tho first count of
ballots. More new names appear
Candidates should call on the Con
test Manager at once nnd secure sub- (
scriptlon books, and there are a num
ber of things he would like to tell
you, In. regard to the belt way of se
curing votes. Call at once at the
. ...Island, Until. January Sth'Mi" Mary Hoffman
The annn unAdnl nnmfnimnc ballot .' jmm; ajcvivci
for the outside Islands on nccount of
some misunderstanding In country
districts, nnd those who Intend enter
Miss Julia Kahino Hookena 3000
Miss M. Kuhm Kukuihaelo 3000
Miss Lillian Mundon . ., Pahoa 3000
DISTRICT NO. 3.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF MAUI.
Miss Nancy Cttmmings Wailuku 3000
Miss Florence Ho lahaina 3000
MissL. K.Hart Wailuku 3000
Miss Eva Scholtz Wailuku .'3000
Miss Mary Gohier Lahaina . ., .;3000
Miss Hattie Kalino Makawao 3000
Miss Mollie King Wailuku 3000
Miss Mabel Waiaholo Lahaina 3000
Miss Jennie Hansen Wailuku 3000
Miss Carrie Scholtz Feahi 3000
DISTRICT NO. 4.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF KAUAI.
Miss Connie Fassoth .'Waimea. Kauai 3000
Ing the contest had better clip out MissEthel Wilcox Lihue, Kauai ... , 3000
this ballot and mull to Contest Depart Miss Miriam Mundon Kavaa, Kauai 3000
ment ut once. There are no reatrlc- MlSS Rose Aea Waimea. Kauai JIWU
tlons In entering the race any time Miss Florence Deverill Hanalel. Kauai 3000
during the contest, but those who . Miss Mabel Hastie Eleele, Kauai 3000
enter now will get the benefit of the
3000 special ballot.
3000 Free Votes
There Is u ballot printed In tliH
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 I
3000 votes. This Is a chance for you'
to propose your fuvorlto young lady
In the popular contest.
; This special ballot Is only good un
til Saturday, Jan. 9, and each con
testant Is only entitled to one ballot.
This ballot applies to Districts Nos.
2, 3, and 4 only.
THE'FIVE TRIP8 WILL DE APPOR
' TIONED A8 FOLLOW8:
,4 District No. 1 Includes the City and
.County- of Honolulu.
Miss Gloria Kaal Makaweli, Kauai 3000
Miss Angeline F. Silva Waimea, Kauai auuo
Contestants are not limited to the district in which they are entered,
but are allowed to seoure votes from any other District, CountyorState.
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 ou 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,
1009, will be accepted for 3000 Votes in favor of
the contestant fro m any district outside District 1 nam
Each candidate allowed only one 'NOMINATING
The Evening Bulletin Popular
Fill in the name of the young woman you wish to vote for
and the district in which she lives. Bring or mail to Man
ager Contest Department, care ofEvcningBulletin,
Honolulu, T. H.
THIS COUPON COUNTS AS ONE VOTE FOR
District No ,
(This coupon is not good after Monday, Jan. 25th)
will receive the same trip as the young
women In Districts Nos. 1 and 2.
Tho young woman in District No. 4
tecelvlng tho highest vote will receive
tho same trip und accommodation as
the three above mentioned districts.
VOTE8 ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL
LOWED AS FOLLOWS
One month'jj subscription to the
Evening li'u 1 1 o 1 1 n Old ' sub
scription, CO votes; new subscription
Thice months' subscription to the
Evening 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n Old sub
scription, 200 votes; new subscrip
tion, 250 votes.
Six months' subscription to the
Evonlng Dulletl n Old sub
scription, COO votes; new subscrip
tion, 700 votes. v
One year's subscription to the
Evening Ilulletl n Old sub
scription, 1200 votes; new subscrip
tion, 1C00 votes.
Five cars' subscription to tho
Evening n 1 1 1 1 1 n Old sub
scription, 10,000 votes; new sub
scription, 16,000 votes.
One year's subscription to the
Woekly Dulletl n Old sub
scription ,100 votes; new subscrip
tion, 125 votes.
Five years' subscription to the
Weekly II u 1 1 e 1 1 n Old sub
scription, 12S0 votes; new subscrip
tion, 2000 votes.
2 Includes the County
3 Includes tho County
4 Includes the County
The fifth tilp will bo for the
chaperon." who will bo chosen by tho
joung woman securing the highest In
dividual vote, Irrespective of district
You may take the trip any tlmo you
choose, singly or In groups.
Four Separate Contests.
Tho Ev o n 1 n b U u 1 1 e 1 1 n Is con
ducting four separate and distinct con
tests at the Bamo time.
Tho young woman who receives the
highest number of votes In District
No. 1 will be given first-class transpor
tation both ways, and hotel accommo
dations while In Seattlo and San Fran
Tho young woman In District No. 2
will receive tho same trip to Seattle
and San Francisco, with tho Bamo ac
commodations as the one lu District
The young woman In DlBlrlct No. 3
xccelvlng tho highest number of votes
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN IS
Ono month's subscription to the
Evening Bulletin, 75 cents.
Three months' subscription to the
Evonlng Iittlletln, $2.00.
Six months' subscription to tlua
Evening llullotln, 14.00.
Twelve months' subscription to the
Evening D.ullotln, f S.00.
Five years' subscription to tho
Evonlng Bu'lotln $40.00.
Ono year's subscription to tho
Woekly Utile tin, J 1.00.
Flvo years' subscription, to tho
W o o k I y iD u 1 1 o 1 1 n,g 15.00.
,' , .... 'I. . . , 11
PROPOSALS FOR PIUNTINa. Of
flee of Depot and Constructing Quar
termaster, Honolulu, II. T., Jan. 4tb,
1909. Seated proposals, In triplicate,
will be received until 10 a, m. Janu
ary 11, 1909, and then opened, for
miscellaneous printing, ruling, and
furnishing the paper and cardboard
for samo, necebsnry at Honolulu, 11.
T during tho period beginning Jan
uary 1C, 1909, and ending June 30,
1909. For further Information ap
ply to the office of tho undersigned.
M. N. FALLS, CapU &. Quartermas
ter, U. S. A;, Depot nnd Constructing
4200 Jan. G, 0, 7, S, 9.
"MRS. WIGGS OF THE
Tho humor and pathos of the writ
ten pages nro not only retained, but
the urt of the ncticss adds to the en
joyment of the one und elves a deep
er meaning to the other, lu this In
stance the play Is not the whole
thing, clever as It Is. The fine chnr-ucter-work
makes one forget that tho
plot Is not subtle, and Is tho distinct
ive merit of the piece. Mrs. Wlggs
nnd her daughteis, Asia, Australia,
and Kuropena, whom she named from
tho "Jography," tho lazy, llquor-lov-lng
Mr. Stubbtns, the pessimistic Mis'
Hazy, spiteful Mrs. Klchom, impuls
ive Hilly Wlggs, nnd tho misunder
stood l.ovey Mary, each tears a pago
fiom life, and with such u raro group
of enteitntners a fine-spun plot would
le out of place, for great emotions
need simple settings. Laughs come
quick and fast In the play and there
Is enough of the pathetic for proper
seasoning. The humor of Mrs.
Wlggs Is Irresistible. "Matrimony,"
Fays she, "Is like everything elso
you get out of It about as mucli as
)ou put Into It." This wasn't true
lu her own case, but she thought It
was, and did what she could to make
It true. "It doesn't matter what
part of tho world you live In, It you
huvo tho light pertou to live with,"
she Bays again; nnd tsho also remarks
"It nln't no use puttln' up your um
brella till It begins to rain." She
ducsn't believe In shutting herself up
in any one church, nnd her sympathy
la wide enough to tuko In l.ovey
Mary und her baby protege, Llttlo
Tommy, without asking any ques
tions. Still, It Is not nil as a fun
maker that Mrs. Wlggs makes her
nppcal, She shines even brighter on
tho erring Mr. Wlggs, who has do
serted her nnd the children, and un
expectedly finds himself In tho pres
ence of tho woman ho has so cruelly
wronged. The pathos of this sceno
goes right to tho heart. Wlggs goes
nwny without even going Into tho
houso to seo the little .ones, a ml It
scorns nu though Mrs. WlggB could
never be huppy again, but a moment
Inter she Is devoting all her energy
to piling the drunken Mr. Stubhlus
into a freight car and shipping him
away fiom Mis' Hazy, who has paid
n dollar for him at tho matrimonial
agency nnd got decidedly the worst
of tho bargain,
Scats on salo at Hergstrom Music
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
Last Two Days of
OUR ANNUAL SALE
OF THE CELEBRATED "HOME-MADE" BRAND OF
NOTES HP MAUI
(Special to tho U ill let In)
Wailuku, Maul, Jan. fl. Tho court
house Itagpule, which has been donn
for about three months, Is up.
Hov. Ault lias been quite 111.
Kx-Dcputy Sheriff l.ako Is captain (it
police, and till the old olllcerH nro re
I'ppolnlcd. Dr. Wcddlck Is oustcad us County
Sanitary Inspector. No ono Is ap
pointed in his place.
Supervisor Kauhl wants cx-ltupie-tentntlvo
V. Pall of Itlinlnn for mad
overseer for his district.
Dr. Ilooto Is spoken of for County
Sanitary Inspector, Hngerup Ih an ap
plicant. Tho motion for a new trial In tho
caso of Mnldeycr v. Wailuku Sugar Co.
was argued nnd ui-nled tJdny; excep
tion taken and bill of cxceptlonH filed.
Captain Hal Is down again with
Knglnecr Howell Is putting n con
crete lop on tlu cesspool of tho court
Hid Jail buildings.
Judge Knlua Is clean shaved to eel.
ehrato his defeat.
Tho town hall Is again being worked
on after two weeks rest.
Tho sports are all back from llllo,
Tho weather haB been very cuol, nnd
no rain; no lull nnd lieef ISc per
Sho wants a chcath gown,
And suiiktsd hat,
And oxblood Ilea
Wants this nnd that
Hut her husband says
She's so charming now
That If sho gets thoso
He don't seo how
He will manago to keep
Her love; so to
Kaso hubby's mind
She will try to do
With what she has;
You can bet a cent
Skins nn argument.
Lovely woman has to hustlo
After starting in life's rnco;
Tlmo strives hard to ovcrtako her,
Hut she only makes a face.
SHOULD HAVE PROPER
HOME. SAYS COELHO
"I regret very much hnvlng been n
I. member of two past leglslutuics
which failed to reward tho efforts of
tho good Franciscan Sisters who havo
labored among tho lepers nnd their
ihlldreu for the pnst twenty years by
providing decent accommodations for
Jhclr comfort," said Senator Coelho to
day. "I havo learned ti.U tho build
ings they now occupy with their
charges, 57 girls ranging In ngu from
1 to 18 years, havo been built by tho
Sisters themsohes nnd their servant
of old rough boards which tho Oov
trnment had no use for elsewhere.
"I Bhall certainly do nil I can thlH
(omlng scsulon to get thorn n decent
homo. Hawaii should be grateful for
tho good It has received from thu ser
vIcch of these saintly women. 1 hopo
I hero will bo no opcslllon to tho pro
vision for such a home. The sisters
do not ask It, hut, tho people should
piovlde It without tho asking. Other
legislators here now should go down
to tho homo ami nro for themselves thu
deplorable condition their home Is now
BANQUET FOR HAIDA
Dr. K. Hnldn president of tho Jap-'
unese Charity Hospital, will bo thu
host at a banquet to bo given tomor
low night In the Shln-Itlutel club, cor
ner of Vlneynrd and Itlver streets. Tho
hour Is set for 7:30 and tho guests aro
expected to bo thero In time.
Dr. llalda was elected president of
tho hospital last October and was of
ficially Installed In ofllco December
19th, succeeding Dr. Oyama. Among
the guests, will be members of tho
Japanese Medical Association, and a
number of well known1 Japanese merchants.
HIS IDEA OF ITl
Ills Wlfo "Don't you think my new
hat Is a poem, dear?"
Her Husband "Judlng from Its
height, I should say It looked moro
llko a short story."
Her Husband "What reasons havo
you for thinking Mrs. Wank liberal lu
her lellgloim views?"
His Wife "Why, sho conti United n
caku to a rhal church affair."
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