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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. IT., MONDAY, JAN. 11, 1000.
Most All Contestants Increase Their Score
Votes Will Be Counted Each Day And Published
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HAVE YOU VOTED
Standing of Contestants
Contestants may take the. trip any time they choose.
DISTRICT NO, 1.
INCLUDES THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
Miss Sophie de la Nux, Wichman Co. Honolulu 15,361
1 Miss Leila Dinklagc Honolulu 14,702
IMiss Nellie McLoin Honolulu 14,683
I Miss Shizuko Ikeda Honolulu ,. . . . 14,190
miss waaenne uutra Honolulu 13,881
,, ,. . , j ti i I Miss Florence Winter Honolulu 13,609
NO YOteS ISSUed UnleSS Miss Martha Voss,emp.SachsCo... Honolulu 12,973
miss a. load itoaanet Honolulu 12,618
Miss Millie Duchalsky Honolulu 11.909
Miss Lizzie Ten Sue Kail Honolulu 10.830
Miss Amoy Fook Tai Honolulu 9,819
Miss Ethel Angus Honolulu 9,116
Miss Julia Spencer Honolulu 8.936
Miss Helen S. Spalding Honolulu 8,914
Miss Caroline Borges Honolulu 8,619
Miss Anna Mossman Honolulu 7,930
Miss Sarah Pookela Waipahu 7,801
Miss Marguerite Mclntyre Honolulu 0,819
Miss Ellen Dwight Honolulu i. ... 6,819
Miss Mary Dias Honolulu 6,711
Miss Naomi Lazarus Fearl City 6,182
Miss Lizzie Kamaka Honolulu 6,019
Miss Orilla Rice Honolulu 5,860
Miss Lizzie Ferreira Honolulu 5,310
Miss Mary Fraine Honolulu 5.216
Contestants Name Ap-
pears On Same, Making
Fair To All
Tlio Boconil count ir tin lullots In
Ilia Seattle contest ha. l. en matto ami
tlio riMtiltB aio print) il In this Usuu ul
the 11 ul lull n Theiu ure no nu
Urlnl cIuiikok In the lelatito standing
of the couteunu and only ono ilU
trlct tender wu nilttoljceil In the bcoi
IiiK Hlnco SatunU), but mont ull con-
lestnntH milled tu their score
The lullotH will be counted uiw'.n Miss Mary E. Tirrell Honolulu
today and those desirliiK to turn-1 u Miss O. B. OUen Honolulu 4.836
tlieii tcoiu each day should deposit Miss Nettie Lloyd , Honolulu 4,082
their ballots befom 0 uc.uuk -en Miss Ethel Ludwigsen Honolulu 4,070
evening and the lemiHn will be pub- Miss Jean Angus Honolulu 3,961
llnhed thu day fol.owin, nil luliota Miss Oroce Colburn Honolulu 3 891
deposited ufter 6 o clock win bo h -id Miss Amy Stratemeyer Honolulu 3,880
until, the count on the da fnl!oin Miss Minnie Akina Honolulu '. 3,718
Tlio four leaders uro closely bunch- Mi Roseline Goeas Honolulu 3.711
cd for first honors this cvenlnB and MiM Ha McKeague Aiea 3,718
It will only require a few vo es for Mj,s Cecilia Anderson Honolulu ! 3,672
Mime of those who are traKSlers to- m -dnn p -, , , Honolulu 3 017
day to secure the lead on the mar. M, A H fl Honolulu 3 541
!0":. . "!"!! ..w " '"'"t ?cl ..'Iu' Miss Katherine McCarthy Honolulu! ... 3 510
Miss Elizabeth Kaai Honolulu 3.519
Miss Grace Hopkins Honolulu 3,519
who mako the beat showing at this
time will huo the advantago of a
iutiibu " f XT 11 TT J ii TT 1 1
BooJ start and will pick up many '' iueu "".""u
straggling votes which often go to
those near the top of the lists; people
like to oto for winners, and the ones
Miss Lera Kine Wahiawa 3.2G0
Miss Helen Bush Honolulu 3,230
Miss Bertha Smith Honolulu '. 3.212
tl.nl hn run,, xti rMiL.tli nt IliU linn, MISS ilUItia JOMlSOn HOnOlUlU 3.117
will encouruge their friends most and .M' AmV Awai Hfcleiwa , . . . 3,114
will be uble to keep up with the top-1 Miss Margurette Branco Honolulu 3,114
i.otcliers. Contestants thould vote a MissAugustn Beerman Honolulu 3,091
few votes each day and It will make Miss Daisy Bell Honolulu 3,081
the race more Interesting to all, and i Miss Katie Libornio Honolulu 3,061
the wbrk easier for you. Miss Margarette Finney Honolulu . . . . 3,019
Today the Day Miss Margarette Lum Honolulu 3,012
.Monday is always a good lime to miss Meien Juncnaao Honolulu 3,011
uegin somo important piece ui worn.
After a much-nccdod rest, after an
enjoyable Sunday holiday, It Is at
Miss Alice Green Honolulu ,., 3,009
Miss Angela Hopkins Honolulu 3,003
DISTRICT NO. 2.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF HAWAn.
Miss Louise de Harne Kohala, Hawaii 7,619
Miss Lily Ackerman Kealakekua 7,209
Miss Lillian Mundon -. Pahoa 7,118
Miss Trinnie Marcos Kailua 6,709
Miss Victoria Horner Hilo 6,612
Miss Maude Wood Kohala'' 6,060
Miss Hattie Saffery , Honokaa 5,819
ways good to bo back at work again.
After all, work Is best, and It makes
playtime the more enjoyable and a
more appreciated period. So feel the
contestants In the Hulletln's vot
ing contest. After n day's rest they
thould pitch Into the business of vote
getting with renowed jnergy.Thls may
bo Just jour day "your' lucky day."
Very often It Is the, thing least ex
pected that brings you fame and for
tune, and it neer cornea to the unde
serving, nor for the one Who docs not
Etrlvo for the best. The spirit that
tho contestants show In this contest
Is tlio spirit that will be known as
characteristic of them In future un
dertakings. ,Ghort Contest
- The contest Is of short duration and
will closo some time about thf mid
uie or Aiarcn.
be tho shortest contest tho B u 1 1 o ' Jj!M t,,,Z21e "Ir" Si
1 1 n has ever conducted and Is made fj'w rcy a., aihiu niio
short, In order that thu work will not J!M Asayo Kubo Hilo
become tlresomo to the contestants. Miss, Clara Low .. .; Kailua
Each contestont should commence to DISTRICT NO 3
Cay to ask their friends for support, INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF MAUI.
end tell them to help you now and Kiss Jennie Hanson Wailuku
not stand you off with p.omlscs of S " ft ""ni?"011 ''t.$
oupport. ns It will be hard for you to ... t cv.w. itr.ii.iJT.
.Ji .,nm ni ii, ,n...o M' Eva Scholtz Wailuku
Miss Nellie Richards Honokaa
Miss Annie Hattie Kohala
Miss Violet N.Brown Hilo .-.
Miss Alice Carvalho Olaa
Miss Harriet Hapai Hilo
Miss Alice Carvalho Olaa
Miss Edith Hall Honokaa
Miss Verlie Kuhns Kukuihaele
Miss Louisa Mana Kohala
Miss E. Tuhiliona Fepeekeo, Hawaii
Miss Julia Kahino Hook'ena
Miss Elizabeth K. Victor Hilo
inTah?.ew7.l,.u" Tw"wm ' Margawt Scott WW::::: Ki.c"":":::::::::: 4
in a lew uuys. tnis win ... . . T.v.,.. . ., . -,
call on them again. Each contestant
It- fujnlshod with receipt books and
Miss Mabel Waiaholo Lahaina
. . 11,940
. . 11,842
. . 10.612
iijfi w--. n : ti-iii a 010
those who have not secured a book us'i't!" "'"" "'K auuRu .
jet should call on the Contest Mana-' ... " "Bnuna f1,8" ""
ger and secure ono and have your JJi Hattie Kalino J?,"0 2'5J2
Irlends pay ou their subscription I M" L; K Hart Wailuku 0,012
. and you brine tho monoy jo the office Mi.M MHe King Wailuku 4,114
and tho ballots will bo Issued to you ! Marv Hoffman Wailuku 3,718
In person; don't depend on your Ml!S Annie Decker Wailuku 3,191
Jrlends to come to the offlco and pay Mi's Florence Ho Lahaina 3,111
hut havo them pay you on your first Miss Carrie Scholtz Peahi 3,090
'visit, and It will bo easier for all con-'Miss Helen Daniels Wailuku 3,001
cerned to roll uil a largo vote. VouriMissL. Borba Wailuku . , . . 3,001
friends may mean all-right when they
tell you they will voto for you later,
tbut something may happen that they
,'uvlll neglect to come to tho offlco and
i'jiay; therefore It Is the surest way to
rj.' "ecuro their subscription, to call on
, .;them nt once and uuk them to pay you
b' ' I'fn tnerson. und you ura then sure of
iHow To Vote
Sj .Subscribers who depend on tho
. fi" mnlla tn lirlt,! Hiplr unliup, lr.tlf.nu ..
DISTRICT NO. 4.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF KAUAI.
Miss Ethel E. Edwards Kilauea, Kauai 10,114
Miss Angeline F. Silva Waimea, Kauai 9,607
Miss Ethel Wilcox Lihue, Kauai 8,910
Miss Connie Fassoth Waimea. Kauai 8,711
Miss Miriam Mundon Kapaa, Kauai 8,312
Miss Mable Hastie Elcele, Kauai 8,182
Miss Florence Deverill Hanalei, Kauai 7,933
Miss Rose Aea Waimea, Kauai 4,218
n malls to bring their subnet Intions to 'Miss Gloria Kaai Makaweli. Kauai 3.009
the Bulletin offlco, must alwuys Miss Edith Dunn Koloa .' 3,000
state whom they want their votes cast Miss Joyce Whitfa'ngton Waimea , . , 3,011
for. always mention, the contestant's Miss Miriam Kauhane Waimea 3,009
name and whether you want tha votes I , .
published at once or relumed to the! Contestants are not limited to the district In which they are entered,
f contestant. It is' best to return all hut are allowed to secure votes from any other District, County or State.
ballots to the contestant and bIio will) z "
'then know who Is voting for her and, Send sour subscription direct to tho nunio appears on samo, which makes
rah keep track at her friends who Contest Department and the votes It a safeguard against all cumblna-
lmvo tvotcd, und then will hau more will be Issued for tho ono you stato tions. which often arise In contests of
time to. call on those who have not and they will be returned to the con- this nature und makes It absolutely
paid their subscription and In this testant with uur name on It, and she fair for tho contestant, as no contest-
Wway she-can .make, a. thoroueh rn-'can hold tho ballots back until tlio un( can thou withdraw from tho raco
vass of all herrlonJ8, nnd It will closo of the contest, but ballots will and transfor her votes to someone
.wako tho work much easier for her. tt bo Issued unless the contestant's else. "" . a-
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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 ofEveningBulletin,
Honolulu, T. H.
THIS COUPON COUNTS AS ONE VOTE FOR
(This coupon is not good after Thursday, Jan. 28th)
Includes tho County
Includes tho County
candidates should call on tlio Con
test Manager at once und Becuro sub
scrlptlon books, and there nro a num
ber of things he would like to tell
ou, In regard to the belt way of se
curing votes. Call at onca at the
II ti 1 1 e 1 1 n olUcc.
THE FIVE THIPS WILL DE APPOR
TIONED AS FOLLOWS:
District No. 1 Includes thu City nnd
County of Honolulu.
District No. i Includes tho County
Tho fifth tilp will ho for the
chaperon, who will ho chosen by tho
joiiiik woman ecurlng the highest in
dividual ote, IrrespectUu of district
You may take thu trip nny time you
choose, singly or In groups.
Four Separate Contcits.
Thn Kv e n I'll g ll u 1 1 e 1 1 n In con
ducting four sop'ar.ito and distinct con
tests at tho same lime.
The young woman who rccehes-tlio
highest number of otos In District
No. 1 will be given llist-clasu transpor
tation both ways, and hotel accommo
dations whllo in Stnttlo and San Fran
Tho young woman1 In District No. 2
will receive the sr.mo trip to Seattle
and Snn Francisco, with tho same ac
commodations as tho ono In District
The young woman In District No. 3
icce'vlng tho highest number or votea
will receive the samo trip as tho young
women In Districts Nos. 1 and 2.
Tho young woman in District No.
lecelvlng the highest vote will receive
tho Bame trip Und accommodations as
tho throe abovd mentioned districts.
VOTES ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL
LOWED' AS FOLLOWS
One month's subscription to tho
Evening Ilulletl n Old sub
scription, CO votes; new subscription,
Tin co months' subscription to tho
Uvenlng liulletl n Old sub
scription, 200 votes; new subscrip
tion, 2C0 votes.
Six months' subscription to the
Evening Dulletl n Old sub
scription, S00 votes; new subscrip
tion, 700 votes.
One year's subscription to the
Evening Bullet! n Old sub
scription, 1200 votes; new subscrip
tion, 1C00 votes.
Five years' subscription to tbo
Uvenlug Ballet! n O'd sub
scription, 10,000 votes; new sub
scription, 16,000 votes.
Ono yeai's subscription to the
Week ly Bulletin Old sub
scription ,100 votes; new subscrip
tion, 123 votes.
Fivo years' subscription to tho
Weekly Bulletin Old sub
scription, 12B0 votes; new subscrip
tion, 2000 votes.
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN IS
Ono month's subscription to tho
Evening Bulletin, 75 cents.
Thrco months' subscription to tho
Evening Bulletin, 12,00.
Six months' subscription to tho
Evonlng Bullotln, S4.00.
Twelvo months' subscription to the
Evon,ing Bulletin, SS. 00,
Flvo years' subscription to
Evonlng Bulletin J 10.00.
Ono year's subscription to
Weekly Buletln, si.oo.
Five yoars' subscription to
W o o k 1 y B u 1 1 e 1 1 n,g S5.00.
SAN KKANCISCO, Calif., Dec. 30.
Millions more of cartridges and thou
sands more of revolvers nnd other
turns are being forwarded to thu
Philippines by Uncle S.im, and in a
Hleniner of Japan. The liner Nippon
Muni, to le.ie port nt 1 o'clock Sat
urday nfteruoon, will hnve In her
hold 1700 i-HMPH of revolver cnit
rldges, each case containing 200(1, or
a total of 3,-100.000 cartridges. There
are hundreds of cases of thn latest
pattern of revolver accepted by tho
Government for Us toldlors,
This Is the largest shipment of
smnll arum sent to tho storehouses at
Cuvltu nnd Manila for months. It
was Just a )car ago th.it the steamer
China left here fur Manila with a
heavy shipment of Sprlnglleld rifle
for tho Army In the Islands, and sim
ilar shipments, or others Hint In
cluded cartridges alone or cartridges
and levolvei's, have been sent for
wnid nearly ctory month, until now
there aiu stoied In tha Government
wai chouses In the archipelago piob
ably 40,000 new rifles, nearly 00,
000,000 rounds of ammunition, and
20,000 tp 30,000 new levolvcrs. .
There Is no Indication that tho
Washington Government has finished
the work of laying up stores In tho
colonies. That tho Japanese steam
ers have been transporting most of
the supplies Is said by agents to be
due entirely to tho fact thut they
call most regularly nt Manila and
happen to bo In port here at oppor
tune times. There Is no competition
over tho freight rates.
OF MORE IMPORTANCE
"And now Hint you ore of age,"
said the anxious father, "I want to
give you u few pointers on how to
Keep money." "8ay, dad," rejoined
the son of his father, "hadn't you
better begin by. giving me a fow
poluteis on how to got It?"
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Dromo Quinin
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
PARIS MEDICINE CO, St. Louii, U. 8. A.
CONNESS GETS NEWS
OF FATHER'S DEATH
U S. Ccnncss of the Star staff to
day received a cablegram announcing
tho death or his father, cx-U. S. Sen
ator John Conness. "Who's Who"
gives tho following biography of tho
"Kx-U. S. Senator Conness was born
In Ireland, Sept. 22, 1821, and enmo tu
the United States at the ago of thir
teen. Ho sottled In New York, and
wur married In ISC'J ut Greenfield,
Mnss., to Mary Hussell Davis. He
learned the trndo of a piano-maker,
and worked In New York, In 1849 he
went to California, whiro he was n
miner and u murchunt. Hu was u
.member of tho California Lcglslntuiu,
1853-4 and 18G0-C1, a candidate lor
llcutenant-governo,-, 18(11. U. S. Sen
ntor fiom California ns Union Itepuh
llcan, 18C3 0. Later ho removed to
Massachusetts and engaged In farming
There will bo a benefit cntortnln
ment next Saturday night for tho ben
efit of tho Italian earthquake suurers.
Tho performance will bo given nt the
Opera House, and will havo one of tho
bent programs' that havo been ar
i anged for some time, both from a
nuitlcal and dramatic standiolnt,
Among thoso who are to rended
murlcal numbers nrq Mrs. Iugalls, thu
well-known violinist, and Mrs. Mack
all, probably tho most popular, as well
as tho most finished, vocal soloist In
Huwall. Mrs, Iugalls has delighted
Honolulu audiences beforo now by her
exquisite expicsslon and her masteily
handling of difficult pieces. Her tech
ulquo is considered equal to thut of
many professionals. Mrs. Mackall, as
a vocal bololst, leaves little to bo de
sired. Her tono Is truo, cleat, and
full, and shu slugs without apparent
effort uud with nice expression,
Exchange tickets are being sold by
the patrounesses. Dux office will open
nt Hergstiom Music Co. Wednesday,
February 13 nt lo'n. m,
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