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KVKN'INO IIULLBTIN; HONOLULU, T. H TUESDAY, JAN. 12, 1909.
Young Women Discuss Topics of Interest;
More Than One Hundred Names To Pick Choice
WHO WILL WIN,
FERRED BUT NOT
Standing of Contestants
Contestants may take the trip,any time they choose.
DISTRICT NO 1
INCLUDES THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
Miss Nellie McLain Honolulu 22,19
miss inaaeune uutra Honolulu v 21,611
Miss Lela Dinklage Honolulu . . . . , 20.312
Miss Sophie de la Nux, Wichman Co. Honolulu . , 19,189
MissShiruko Ikeda Honolulu 18,932
Miss Millie Duchalsky Honolulu 18,810
Miss Florence Winter Honolulu .. 15,118
Miss A. Todd Rodanet Honolulu 14.128
Miss Martha Vou, emp. Sachs Co. . .Honolulu 13,702
171... lrfH, Pi J Miss Helen S. Spalding Hono Ma 12.831
i uui Loauoic nic OIUOC Miss Cecilia Anderson nonoituu 12,:
Together For Chape
rone Honors Which
Goes To Highest
, FAVOillTES, IIAM.OTS. and the
I'ROIIAIILK WINN'KIl of tho II u 1
Miss Julia Spencer HonouW 11,921
MJssLiaie Ten Sue Kau Hono uln 11,141
MissAmoyFookTai Honoluu 10,916
Miss Ethel Angus Honolulu 10.618
MissAmyAwal ST 9'!41
MissMargarette Lum v& 8 2'2?2
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nroonit the runlt.Unl. and their E"?,'"" V Honolulu SHIP.
Irl.M. the f, d. .hid, to. SHSSLlKLii S0"!l,!,' "
riicu uncp inc announcement 01 j p A nono.uiu , B(
ino names 01 me contestants. Thvtc , lL VI, " Honolulu B 811
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Honolulu v.. At
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topic arc non-dlscussablo, There Is " UJllla Klce Honoluln Hflfin
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naming 10 uiscuss nnoui cltlier one, IfJ ' t. " , V Honolulu 6 216
ami nnlr ronlortllrn ran fi I., mnln MiSS MaTT E. TilTell TTi.1.tn "" '..
up the padding of conversation about Mi" Ethel Ludwigsen Honolulu 7.7.7.'. V 4 070 '
them. The Uul lot In has In pre-! M!M Colburn Honolulu n'flfti
lous Issues bearing on this contest ," Amy Btratemeyer Honolulu laar.
explained this. Miss Minnie Akina Honolulu n???
lies" come first. There are no fav
orites of the U u 1 1 e 1 1 n In this con
test. That has been amply proven In
contests In the past The contestant
who works tho hardest and obtains
tho best result Is tho one who will be
the fatorlte. , put she will not bo
known until 'the last vote Is counted
by, the contest man and tho disinter
ested Judges hae passed on tho
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.w .un iubutnuc .Aiea 171fl
MissEdna P. UUinael Honolulu imr
Miss Katherine McCarthy Honolulu qn
will not be able to drag the secrets
of, tho other contestants against
wnom tney arc working. He wilt
5" si: iT1""18 Honolulu Soil
MssAlice Green Honolulu ....... 3009
Miss Angela Hopkins Honolulu 3003
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iiqio ypur votes ror )ou, and when : ""J nccrinn
jc'ii tell him you would like to know ' Miss Lillian Mundon
f... rit.T,..i. v t -... . . , . , 0 (j
m.i.0 ajumucui jvtuil ........ HAnnlnln n .m
MQce Hopkins Honolulu 3619
MhsLera KJng WahUwa
""S" Honolulu ... 3230
MissHulda Johnson Honolulu . n 1 17
!" atKnifts 2hco Honolulu .-7. . ; '. '. ; . : : ; : ; : . tul
Miss Augusta Beerfian Honolulu . . ' nni
Mill Daisv Bell S"? Z ???
count and decided the winner. In Miss Katie Liboraio ." .' .' .Honolulu rtSJ
tho contes man the contestants will Miss Helen Machado KiS 2'X?!
miu a opuinx 10 wnom they may tell
thejr Bccrcts and from whom they
DISTRICT Nft 0
INCLUDE8THE COUNTY OE HAWAn. '1
tho ballots of the other contestants, , Miss Trinnie Marcos Kailua ." 8613
he "win smile, and you -will know .Miss Louise de Harne Kohala, Hawaii 7813
nothing moro than you did before MissHattie Safferr TTnnnW.o 'li
ftf... VijtUl. Vta... ! . " -,w-
inivwauviugi HUO 6 612
Miss E. Tuhiliona ...., Fepeekeo, Hawaii ." .' 6414
Miss Mercy K. Akau HUo 5 610
Miss Maude Wood Kohala ' ' 6060
Miss Nellie Richards Honokaa '" 8016
Miss Annie Battle Kohala " 4917
Miss Violet N. Brown Hilo '.'. 4 706
Miss Alice Carvalho , Olaa 3998
Miss Harriet Hapal Hilo " 3918
Miss Edith Hall Honokaa '.'.'. 3,917
Miss Alice Carvalho Olaa 3 892
MissVerlie Kuhns Kukuihaele '.'.'. 3,186
Miss Louisa Mana Kohala 3,169
MissJulia Kahino Hookena 3,091
jniss r.niaoew &. victor ......... Hilo 3 009
'?.hf.re. w111, no favorites.
Hallots! You ask yourself. If you
aro a contestant, Just how many bal
lots it will take to win the contest.
You will not know, nny moro than
y,ou know tho name of the winner,
until tho Judges have passed upon
tho vote. Tho number of tho ballots
you will hold will not count so mucn
as will its ratio to tho number of bal
lots your opponent In tho' contest will
hold, it would not make any differ-
once to the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n In a contest
01 this naturo how many votes were
allowed In the coupons, or whether
to votes or 2000 were allowc'd for a
yesr'B subscription. It Is one thing
sure that all the contestants will
hae the same opportunity for ballots,
and that one coupon means the same
IMiss Lizzie Lahllahi Hilo
Miss Asayo Kubo Hilo,
DISTRICT NO. 3.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF MAUI.
MiK Tunnt. TTan.AW ttr.tl..!
Innn... mil. .iu. t. ,. ......-. : .." VTHUUKU
.l1 .i. """"" " " """ inai "'" Mary GOhier Lahaina
makes the contest, not mo number Miss Eva 8cholrz Wailuku
of vote each ballot counts, unless It Miss Esther M..Hanuna Hana
be to strike the fancy with tho Miss L. K. Hart Wailuku'
sound of a number Into the millions. Miss Mabel Waiaholo IsVtaina
Jok .:. rjzrz i m,i! s'h7J5"?b. ?. 9,8ie
-... ... ..w.w.( uw n sis miu nriisia uarv kaiima mbhssima
z1,?, obta,ne'1 on ,he low,Jal, Miss Moiiie King ...':.::::'.:::::: aii0ku ::.';:':.':::::::: 4ih
wh .7... V,R0UM I T,,,N,Nt'"! -Miss Annie Decker Wailuku 3 191
Who. than, tin inn thlntr wilt Iia k . - . w,w
winner of the conte.T" At th.sltago .fflS lu, ST 2'iii
"tago ( Mis s Carrie ScholU Peahi
no contestant should Mi8S Helen Daniels .............. .Wailuku" ' .' . .' . '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. . '. 3lo01
: nther thnn hnt srin .., . ............ u,ww
of , (he 'game
.. , ...v.UBHL uiuci man inai. miu u T -n,t,. nr.11-1... a mi
will be the winner. It Is not good DISTRiCT NO 4
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oTZl I T " r 8r. b lnnr Miss Ethel Wilcox ..... Llhu.. Kauai , 8 916.
And Z 1! r'nney il unk"ow,n' IMiss Florence Deverill . Hanalei. Kauai . . . . ' 8 619
...tantV'u ;, e ct wLthea.c hB; f. v-.fe.. k
. ir, ,1 ,j . v miss uiona A.aai . . .aaKawcii, &auai a,uu
:css In the field and who ul.tjul t. 1 V.i.. ',
iot success In the field and who
brings In the largest number of votes,
tout her Identity win bo hidden until
itfthe latit counting of the ballots.
Watcn' These Popular People
Tho II u 1 1 e 1 1 n contest Is mark-.
i by the largo number of people en-
tered. Every day It Is posMblo to
call attention to a now lot of popu-
'Isr contestants became when all are
popular ana tnero aro bo many of
MissEdith Dunn ?...Koloa
Miss Joyce Whittington ........'. . Waimea
Contestants are not limited to the diilrlct in which they are entered,
but are allowed; to secure votes from'any other District, County or State.
Ilach contestant should commence to-, but have them pay you on your first
day to ask their friends for Biipportl Walt, and It wilt bo easier for all con
nnrl toll them to heln you nowand ccrnod to ro'l un a laree otu. Your
them It Is an oasy matter to select not stand you off with promlsi of, Irlen'ds' may raean all right when they
ih. Hall., lis. hii Mhin.n. --.I ...!.. .. ... . . . . .- .1.. .' i ... .:.'. Ll.. ..... . . . .
impport, as u win ue narn lor yn 10 icii'jou -) nin oie ior you later
call on them again. Each contestant ( bitt', something may happen that they
It- furnished with receipt books and. wlH neglect to come to the office, and
those utio have not secured a book as, pay; therefore It Is the surest way to
et should call on the ContesUMana secure thejr subscription, to call on
,,tho dally, list for. comment anjl expla
S'Tha contest Is'ot short duration anil
7JII clove some, time,-about tho mid
idle' of March, ' The oxact date will bo
'decided upon In a tew days. This will
be tho shortest contest the II u 1 1 e
1 1 n 'linn over rnndiirtod nnit la mmln
i phort, In ordor Hint theworK ftlll not
become tiresome to the- contestants,
ger Hnd secure ono and havwyour
Irlouds pay ou their subsfrltlon
and you tiring the money to tho offlco
niul tho ballots will bo IrhiioiI to nil
In pirnnn; don't -depend on . .your
(frlcnda to como to tho offlcu and pnyi
then! at once and ask them to pay you
In person, and you aro then auro ol
How To Vote
Huhicrlbnrti who ilepcml nn the
iiialls to brlpg their subscriptlona to
The Evening Bulletin. Popnlar
Fill in the name of ths 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)
3 Includes tho County
tho II u 1 1 e 1 1 n otnee, must always
stato whom they want their votes cast
for, always mention tho contestant's
name and whether )ou want tho votes
published at once or returned to tho
contestant. It Is best to return all
ballots to tho contestant and sho will
then knqw who Ih otlng for her and
can keep track at her friends who
have voted, and then will havo more
time to calt on those who have not
paid their subscription and In this
nay Bho can make a thorough can
rass of sill hor friends, and It will
oiakq tho work! much vaslor for her.
Send your subscription direct to tho
Contest .Department and the votes
will bo Issued for the one you stato
snd they will bo, returned to tho con
testant with your name on It, nnd sho
can hold tho ballots back until the
closo of tho contest, hut ballots will
not be Issued unless thu contestant's
name appears on same, which makes
It a safeguard against all combina
tions, which often arise in contests of
this nature and makes It absolutely
fair for the, contestant, as no contest
ant can then withdraw from tho raco
and transfer her votes to Bomcono
Candidates should call on tho Con
test Manager, at onco and socuro sub
scription books, and there are a num
ber of things rjc would like to tell
you, In regard 'to tho belt way of se
curing votes,'' 'Call at once at tho
THE FIVE TRl'ps WILL BE APPOR
District No. 1 Includes tho City and
County of Honolulu.
District No. Includos -tho County
District No. 4 Includes tho County
of Kauai. J""'
The fifth trip will bo for the
chaperon, who wilt bo chosen by tho
young woman ecurlng tho highest In
dividual oto, Irrespective of district
You may take tho trip any tlmo you
choose, singly or In groups.
Four Separate Contests.
Tho Kv o n I n g D u 1 1 o 1 1 n Is con
ducting four scparato and distinct con
tosts at tho Bamo time,
. Tho young woman who receives tho
highest number' of votes In District
No. 1 will bo given first cIssh transpor
tation both ways, and hotel nccommo
datlons whllo In Seattle and Ban Krau
The young w.pman In District No! 2
will rccolvo tho sr.mq trip1 to Seattle
and San Francisco, with the samo ac
commodations as the ono In District
Tho young woman In District No. 3
iccetvlng tbo highest numbci of vote
will rccclvo tho samo trip as tho young
women In Districts Nos. 1 and 2.
The young woman in District No. 4
receiving the hlgheBt votq will receive
the Same trip lirid accommodations as
tho three abovo mentioned districts.
VOTES ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL
LOWED AS FOLLOWS
Ono month's .subscription to the
Evonlng Uullett n Old sub
scription, CO votes; new subscription,
Thiee months' subscription to the
b'vonl ng ' 1) u 1 1 o U ,n Old sub
scription, 2,0,0 votes; now subscrip
tion, 250 votes.
SI months' subscription to the
Evening ' D uM I e 1 1 n Old sub
scription, 500' votes; new subscrip
tion, 700 votes.
One j ear's subscription to the
Evening I) u 11 e 1 1 n-fM)ld sub
scription, 1200 votes; new subscrip
tion, 1B0O votes.
Klvo years' subscription to the
Bvenlng llkllstln O'd sub
scription, 10,000 votes; new sub
scription, 16,000 votes.
One yeai's subscription to
W e e k ,1 y "1J u 1 1 e 1 1 n Old
scrlptlon ,100' votes; new subscrip
tion, 125 vots. .
Five years'1 subscription to the
Weekly Bullotl n Old sub
scrlptlon, 1250 votes; .new ubscrlp
'.Ion, 2000 votes.
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN IS
Onu mnnlhH subscription to tho
'POLO PONIES COME
ON THE VIRGINIAN
THE FIFTH CAVALRY OFFICERS
BRING LIVELY ANIMALS
Royal Game Is Likely To Receive Big
Boost Here Owing To Presence of the
Crack Military Team Practice Will
I'olo In tho Islands Is likely to sus
tain a big boost. Fifteen of tho live
liest ponies over seen hero woro
brought In this morning by the Amer
lean-Hawaiian steamer Virginian,
and as soon ns tho troops are located
at Lellehua tho officers will begin or
ganizing a team.
Tho regiment has been so scattered
during the past few years that it has
been impossible to orgnnltu a strong
team, and, though some excellent
players are numbered among tho
younger officers of tho two squadrons
which will bo located here, fow of
them have ever played together.
Most of the ponies which; the Fifth
Cavalry has brought arc green ani
mals, with llttlo or no schooling.
They were all selected by good Judges
however, and all give promise of mak
Ing excellent mounts for pluyerH.
It Is probable that, as soon as tho
troops aro settled at Lellehua and the
officers have n llttlo lclsuro on their
hands tho work of whoollng tho po
nies will begin. Then practice will
begin, and, before long, a crack team
will undoubtedly be organized front
among tho wcarors of tho yellow
With a bang-up team right hero on
the Island as.n competitor, local polo
enthusiasts will havo somo Induce
ment to get out and practice, and
there will doubtloss bo a wild scurry
for likely ponies during tho next fow
weeks. The result will bo somo
matches such as will fill tho heart o(
tho polo fan with Joy.
"Aw," boasted tho English noble
man, In the smoking room of tho big
nteanier, "my father followed the
hounds foi years,"
"So did mine," laughed tho llttlo
man In tho chcckorcd cap,
"Aw, In England?"
"No, In America, llu used to plny
tho part of Simon I.cgreu.lu 'Undo
Mrs. Green "Tho Browns on tho
third floor aro up to date. Thoy havo
a go-cart that can shut up."
Mr. Orccn "Oh, but tho Smythes on
tho second floor hao that beaten."
Mrs. Orocn "In what wuy!"
Mr. Green "Why, they havo aibaby
that can shut up."
Gunner "Fogg certainly loves his
wlfo. He actually wears tho nocktlcs
sho makes him."
Guycr "Yes, but Harker goos that
Guycr "I should Bay so. He wears
the ;ed mlttonB his wlfo knitted."
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