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EVENING nUU.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. l'ltll)AV, JAN. IB, 1000.
District One Continues To Lead For First Honors
Lizzie Ten Sue Kau Makes Sensational Jump
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
Great Clearance Sale
trnnTi -t-"ithitii mm
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HAWAII, MAUI AND
All Contestants Well
Bunched For First
Position on Final ,
Once tnoro tho x in tin- II i 1 1 o
I I h'b wMiinkn-Vtikim I'.ulflc Exposition
runteM Ii.ixp liven rminnd nml the ro
Mills nro beet vxpliiliiril In the accum
Mlm Little Ti n Sue Kau rnine to
Iho front .vcmi-rilm hj casting nvo
twenty thminaii'l totes nml teailn thu
ntlre tlxt nf ri'titetttantB HiIr evening,
lor hleh hiinnrit with oxer J.t.OlM miUm
to her rrcilli nitalnst I4 8IJI for eiti,r
(lay. SlK1 1 PloKcly followed liy .MIkkpk
Do la Nnx, DlnklnRp, WlnterK. Mcl.alii,
Diss iin.l several others and li will
only require a few votes to pliiee thoe
In ncrnnd to twelfth position today, to
If nil nn tlm mnrrna'
Hawaii, Maul and Knti.il district JJ "l'zafDVn. iw" Mono U U
are liimy and will he heard from by Miss Ethel Ludwigsen Honolulu
the week1 rn,i nmi Dixirin Vn i win Miss Amy Strateraeyer Honolulu
have to look out for Im laureln when 'Miss Minnie Akina Honolulu
Standing of Contestants
Contestants may take thi. trip any time they choose.
DISTRICT NO. 1.
INCLUDES THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
Miss Lizzie Ten Sue Kau Honolulu 35.289
Miss Sophie de la Nux, Wichman Co. Honolulu 32,118
Miss Lcla Dinklage Honolulu 30.319
Miss Nellie McLain Honolulu 30,311
Miss Florence Winter Honolulu 29,314
Miss Madeline Dutra Honolulu 28,640
Miss Martha Voss, cmn. Sachs Co. . .Honolulu 2fi 7flfi
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miss iuary mas Honolulu
Miss Amoy Fook Tai Honolulu
MissShizuko Ikcda Honolulu
Miss Millie Duchalsky Honolulu
Miss Caroline Borgcs Honolulu
Miss A. Todd Rodanet Honolulu
Miss Cecilia Anderson Honolulu
Miss Ida McKeague f . Aica
W w . ... ....
miss Lizzie ierreirawimney &Marsh.Honolulu 16,890
Miss Amy Awai Haleiwa
Miss Helen S. Spalding Honolulu .
Miss Lcra King Wahiawa
Miss Julia Spencer Honolulu .
Miss Mary Fraine Honolulu .
Miss Margarettc Lum Honolulu .
Miss Anna Mossman Honolulu .
Miss Helen Machado Honolulu .
Miss Sarah Fookela Waipahu .
Miss 0. B. Olsen Honolulu .
Miss Naomi Lazarus Pearl City
Miss Lizzie Kamaka Honolulu .
Miss Orilla Rice , Honolulu .
Miss Roselinc Cocas Honolulu .
Miss Mary E. Tirrcll Hoi.olulu .
Miss Helen Bush Honolulu .
the count U made from the other dis
The work of theso charming soiing
contestants In bcglnnlm; to count. Al
lcaily there Is an enormous vote pIlliiK
up and the race Is belns evenly run
No contestant Is Raining an Irretriev
able lead over the rest.
Yesterday's ballot was very heavy
and a number of candidates have ilorfo
remarkably well for the short time
tho contest has been under way. The
IrnillnK candidates have changed about
t'omonhat since tho first announce-
Miss Edna P. Ulunaele Honolulu
Miss Grace Hopkins Honolulu
Miss Margurette Branco Honolulu 3,114
Miss Augusta Beerman Honolulu
Miss Daisy Bell Honolulu
Miss Katie Libomio Honolulu
Miss Alice Qreen Honolulu
DISTRICT NO. 2.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF HAWAII.
Miss Victoria Horner Hilo
Miss Maude Wood Kohala
Miss Trinnie Marcos Pahoa
Miss Lillian Mundon Pahoa
ment. nnd mnro changes may be ex-l?!"i: ",' i"""..' V ' ' abiiiu o.oui
leeted front time to time as the con- jj fliabeth K. Victor Hilo 9,163
test proceeds, A few more names arc " ou!?e e ?arn gnB a- HawftU 21?
to im enA in ti,.. iu i nn.i n .. i JMiss Hattie Saffery Honokaa 7.341
of these have been entered with a large M,ss E- T"hi"ona Pepeekeo, Hawaii 6,410
Mimber of otes to their credit. MM Mercy K. Akau Hilo 5.610
The fivo women who take the rieo'M'" Nellie Richards Honokaa 5,016
trips mil be determined iy iipiilar Miss Annie Hattie Kohala 4,917
ballot. Klvo women In all will go. tho Miss Violet N. Brown Hilo 4,706
Miss Alice uarvaiho uiaa 4,114
Miss Edith Hall Honokaa 3,917
Miss Vcrlie Kuhns Kukuihaele 3,186
Miss Louisa Mana Kohala 3,169
fifth scrtlng as chapcrono for tho II u I
1 e 1 1 n party.
Permits No Combinations
Somo people fear Hint there will be
n combination between contestants at 'Miss Julia Kahino Hookcna 3.091
tho last moment 10 oiriblc some one in 'Miss Lizzie Lahilahi Hilo 3,001
the ileal to win. Thero will bo nolhlnKJMiss Asayo Kubo Hilo 3,001
ol tho kind done, for each vnto U Miss Mary Cabrinha Honomu u 0,000
marked "not transferable." and Is Miss Julia K. Kawewehi Keauhou 0,000
filled out In Ink or else in Indellblo pen DISTRICT NO. 3.
ell. After being onco handed to tho INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF MAUI.
contest manager or turned Into the big MjM Mary Qohier Lahaira 17.223
ballot box and counted, these ballot. ; MJ L K 1, Wailuku 17,114
are stamped "wited and whllo they Mi jcnnie HanMn Wailuku 16,860
nro kept and may bo referred to, they, MU.Wotti. Vl!nr, Mnl.wtn Ifinill
"l ! usaav -... w . - wa
cannot bo Juggled wills.
Incitement over the contest Is be
coming intense. Many votes nru being
last and a number of tho
Miss Eva Scholtz Wailuku
Miss Either M. Hanuna Hana
Miss Mabel Waiaholo
r,UK,v"'" iMIii Florence Ho . . . '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. ', '. '. '. '. Lahaina 6,884
their vote, as those In the lead from
this tlmoon will stand Iho host clianco
of rccurlng the various "floating sub
rcrlptlons," as they are called, which
como Into tho offlco. .Many people
tome In to subscribe nnd not knowing
any of tho young I idles In tho context
.-i.j iimiuti im inrir reserves, rom ...,,., WolliiVn
row on contestants and their rr,n.U,M!l,M7 HoffmB'1 JKKS
will make strenuous efforts to Increase ". "l0"!c '"? ur-i..C.
juiss yinnie .uccitcr "
Miss Helen Daniels Wailuku
Miss L. Borba Wailuku
DISTRICT HO. 4.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF KAUAI.
Miss Florence Deverill Hanalei, Kauai 18,871
Miss Anceline F. Silva Waimea. Kauai 18.518
cast their votes for the ones who seem Miss Mirinm Mundon Kapaa, Kauai 13,681
to Btand tho best chance of winning. Miss Ethel E. Edwards Kilauea, Kauai 13,116
Tho amount of Intereit taken In tho Miss Mable Hastie Eleele 12,990
Alaska-VukonPacldo contost now bo- Miss Connie Fassoth Waimea, Kauai 12,316
Ipg held by tho I) u 1 1 o 1 1 n Is leally 'Miss Ethel Wilcox Lihue, Kauai 8,916
surprising, and while tho contest Is Miss Miriam Kauhane Waimea 5,419
Jut stHrilng, jet tho voting Is partlc- Miss Rose Aea Waimea, Kauai 4,218
ularly brisk. Of course there Is every M! fJInria Kanl . . Makaweli. Kauai 3.172
Incentive tu work, for tho trips given Miss Jovce Whittington Waimea 3,011
ly the II 11 1 1 0 1 1 n aro prizes Indeed. Miss Edith Dunn Koloa 3,000
Thono who luivo been watching tho
li ill let in contest for tho last week
tunnel help but notice tho'kecn Inter
est tliut is being taken In It every,
vheni IlcKirts como fiom nil (ivor tho
city anil rount that the candidate!)
cio doing all In their power to elicit
tho aid of ihfir friends.
Tho names of tim candidates and
the number of votes sccorded each
woro announced lust (Saturday, and n
great deal of enthusiasm was provoked
throughout the torrllun lu which tho
contest Is being conducted Now mimes
are' coming In dal!
Voting Is not restricted is 11115 sense
whatever. Anyone may vote as often
as ho pleases and for whom ho pli-uhUH
i.t mailer from what district tho )oung
'Aoman may bo entered
Thero are a number of bright
Contestants are not limited to the district in which they are entered,
but are allowed to secure votes from any other District, County or State.
No Blank Votes.
There has been some misunderstand
ing us to Iho manner lu which votes 011
subscriptions are issued and n mi lu
be r of old subscribers luivo asked for
their votes when they pay for their
subscription and requested that tho
ballot bo left blank and tlioy will fill
In the name of tho contestant that
they desire, hut this request will not
bo granted, as It Is not fair for tho
contestant. Yon must always statu
tho nunio of the young woman whom
Mu are voting (or and tho ballots wilt
be filled out In full and you may hold
The contest Is of short duration and
will close somo time about tho mid
dle of March. Tho exact dato will bo
decided upon In a few days. This will
bo tho shortest contest tho 11 11 1 0
1 1 11 has ever conducted and Is mailo
short, In order that tho work will not
brcomo tlrcsopio to tho contestants.
Ilncli contestant should commence to
day to ask their friends for support
rnd tell thorn to help you now untl
not stand you off with promises n
Dupi-ort, as it will be hard for you to
call on them again. Knch contestant
tho ballot us long us jou desire or
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iaie inem 10 tne coniosiani ami sno is, furnished with receipt books and
tomig ran hold Ibom or cast them Just lis sho tlma.. wlm imn imi Qxnr,..i n i...,a- u
.women In tho rneo and It Is but tight sees nt. as all ballots Issued on sub- ivt should call on the Contest Mana.
Imt tint Iliillotln readers ami spilpiiims aro good until tho close of twr Wl ffCui one nnd luiw our
friends of candidates should help the 1 lu- contest, but If they nro left blnuk.l Irlouds pay son their subset Iptlon
jounc women out as much ns possible thej would ihen bo transferable, and and you bring the money to tlm offlco
11 yuuuuiiui wain more mail one 11 u i-( ineie could 1,,. combination, nt tho nml the ballots will bo Issued to jou
let 1 11 yourself, send It to an eastern last minute
t friend or relative, no will appreciate
It nml by so doing you will establish
.cninmunlPntlona wlilrli will como lino
' thvlr homes dally.
i euuoio moso 1101 on- m person: tout 1 enem on 011r
tered at the present time, to win, but friends to como to the ofilco and pay
voles aio not liausfpiable and them Is but have them pay ou on your first
absolutely Im chance or a combination, t, nnd It will bo easier Tor all con-
which maUes It absolutely faro to.all corned to roll up n'larb'o vote. Your
The Evening Bulletin Fo pillar
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 ofEveningBullctin,
Honolulu, T. H.
THIS COUPON COUNTS AS ONE VOTE FOR
District No ,
(This coupon is not good after Monday, Feb. 1st.)
friends may mean all right when they
tell you they will vote for sou latcr.l
but something may happen that they
will neglect to come to tho office nnd
pay; therefore it Is lie surest way to
secure their subscription, to call on
them nt onco and nsk them to pay sou
In person, nnd )ou are then sure ol
How To Vote
Subscribers who depend on tho
malls to bring their subscriptions to
tho 11 11 1 1 0 1 1 11 office, must always
stato whom they want Ihelr votes cast
for, always mention tho contestant's
name nnd whether you want tho votes
published at onco or returned to tho
contestant. It Is best to return nil
ballots to tho contestant and sho will
then know who Is voting for her and
can keep track nf her friends who
hnvo voted, and then will have mnro
tlmo to call on those who hnvo not
paid their subscription and In this
wny sho can make a thotough can
vass of all her friends, and It will
niako tho work much easier for her.
Send your subscription direct to tho
Contest Department and the votes
will bo Issued for tho one sou statu
and they will bo returned to the con
testant with your nnmo on It, nnd sho
can hold the ballots back tin t i 1 tho
closo of tho contest, but ballots will
not bo Issued unless the contestant's
nnmo nppcnrs, on same, which makes
It a safe-guard against nil combina
tions, which often nrlse In contests of
this nature and makes It absolutely
fair for tho contestant, as no contest
ant can then withdraw f 10111 the race
and transfer her votes to someone
Candidates should call on tho Con.
test Manager ut onco and secure sub
scription books, and thero aro n num
ber of things ho would llko to tell
jou. In regard to tho bctt way ut se
curing votes. Call ut onco at tho
II ti 1 I 0 1 1 n ofilco.
THE FIVE TRIP8 WIUL BE APPOR
TIONEO AS FOLLOW8
District No. 1 Includes tho City and
County of Honolulu.
District No. : Includes tho County
Tho fifth tilp will bo for tho
chaperon, who will ho chosen by the
Soiing woman Jccurlng tho highest In
dividual veto, lrrcsp?ctlo of district
You mny tako tho trip any tlmo you
choose, singly or In groups.
Four Separate Contests.
Tho ICv 0 n I n g it 11 1 1 0 1 1 n Is con
ducting four soparnlo and distinct con
tests nt tho sumo time.
Tho young woman who recclvea tho
highest number of votes In District
No. 1 will bo given first-class transpor
tation both ways, and hotel accommo
dations whllo In Seattlo and San Frau
Tho young womnn In District No. 2
will recclvo tho sr.ino trip to Benttlo
nnd San Francisco, wllh tho Biimo ac
commodations as tho 0110 In District
Tho soung womnn In District No. 3
tecolvlng tho highest number of veto
will rccelvo tho sumo trip 11 s tho young
women In Districts Nos. 1 nnd 2.
Tho voting woman in District No. i
iccelvlng tho highest voto will recclvo
tho same trip and accommodations as
tho thrco abovo mentioned districts.
VOTES ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL
LOWEO .AS FOLLOW8
Ono month's subscription to tho
Kvonlng Uullotl n Old sub
scription, GO votes; new subscription,
Three months' subscription to tho
Kvonlng Uullotl n Old lub
scrlptlon, 200 votes; now subscrip
tion, 2!!0 votes.
Six months' subscription to tho
K v e n I n e D u 1 I e 1 1 n Old sub
scription, BOO votes; now subscrip
tion, 700 votes.
One year's 'subscription to tho
Kvonlng 11 ti 1 1 a 1 1 n Old sub
scription. 1200 votes; now subscrip
tion, 1500 votes.
Klvo yoars' subscription to tho
I" v 0 n I n g It tt 11 e 1 1 11 O'd sub-
ncilpl Ion, 10,000 voles; new sub
scription, 10,000 votes.
Includes tho County
Includes tho County
PETITION SENT BY
Tho local hnrbor of tho Masters' nnd
Pilots' Association has sent twelve pe
titions for Improvements to bo asked
for from Congress to tho convention of
flrand Harbor Omceri, which meets at
Washington this month. Tho neeta
ate set forth as follows:
At Knhultil A fourth order fixed red
light on tho end of tho breakwater; a
gas buoy on the outer edgo of tho Wnl
lice leef; a gas buoy on tho outer edgo
of the Spartnn reef; a gas buoy to re
place the starboard outer buoy mark
ing tho harbor entrance; tho govern
ment to take mor tho present rango
lights and move them about ICO feet to
At Keanae, Maul A suitable light.
At Punlnwa, Maul A suitable light
At Naplll Point, Mnnl A fourth or
Ons buoys on the following sub
merged rornl reefs: Knmalo reef, to
replace the present bell buoy; llloudo
reef, Hilo bay; Kniiunkaknl, to mark
tho outer edgu of tho reef; Olowulu
reef, marking tho turning point to en
ter Mnalnea bay; Pole rock, oft south
coast of Kauai, tho rock on which tho
steamer Pelo was wrecked; Ijtnnt reef,
on north side of tho Island; Mnalnea
bay outer reef, closo to Klhel; l.a
halnn, to mark the anchorage, to re
place the present red lantern; outer
edge of tho Makaweli reef.
A fourth order light nt Hilo harbor,
In tho neighborhood of Pnukan Point.
A first order light nt Capt Kumii
knlil, the most easterly point of Ha
waii. Two vessels have already been
lost on this point, tho barkentlne Hilo
nml tho whaler Tnmarlanu.
A suitable light on the Island of Mo
loklnl. The Installation of tho Incandescent
oil vapor system to the Island beacon
Dredging of Iho Knhultil harbor and
tho extension of tho breakwater lu u
northerly and northwesterly direction
along the reef.
Investigation Into tho special hook
In tiso lu the Inter-Island service for
lowering nml hoisting tho boats and
legalizing the use of tho same.
Legalizing the tiso of llfeboatH wllh
out air tanks, expcilenco hero having
demonstrated that such tanks are not
necessary, but an obstacle In tho way
of tho proper handling of tho boats at
Tho making of n now survey of tho
coasts of tho Islands by tho Coast unit
Ocodotlp Survey Department and tho
piepnratlnn of mvt charts on a sealo
linger than the present ones, which
nio drawn ono to sixty thousand.
ART THEATRE PROGRAM.
Tho "Legend of tho Ohost" Is tin.
title of a most icmarkablo film that Is
to bo put on by tho Art Theatre for
tho remainder of this week. Tho pro
grumgram Is (he most elaborate uvor
shown In a moving picture theatre;
Jack Dunn will mauago tho Haiti
more Kasleru I.eaguo Club next hea
son, :: u :t it it :t :t tt n n n u n tt n ::
Ono yonr's subscription to tho
WooUly Il'u I lot In Old sub
scription ,100 votes; now subscrip
tion, 12C votss.
Fivo jears' subscription to tho
WooklV Uullotl n OM sub.
scrlptlon, 1250 votes; now ubscrlp
tion, 2000 votes.
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN IS
Ono month's subscription to tho
Kvonlng Uullotl n, 75 cents.
Threo months' subscrlntlnn to tlm
EVonlng 11 til let in, J2.00.
hix months' subscription to tho
K v e n 1 11 g Uullotl n, Jt.00,
Twelve months' siibscrliitliin tn llio
evening u u 1 1 e 1 1 n, S 00.
live years' stibscrlntlon tn
Kvonlng IluMetln 110.00.
Ono year's subscrlntlnn tn
WooUly It II I o t In. Jl.no.
Flp sears' -MliKri-liitlnn tn
W o 0 k I y Uullotl ll,g 15.00.
Monday, the 18th
Values up to 35c Reduced to
10c and 15c
Sec window display for some of the bargains.
Wc can show you MOULDINGS for Picture Framing
that will just suit it.
GOLD, BLACK, BROWN. GREEN.
CHERRY, GREEN GOLD, MAHOGANY.
Stop in nnd sec them; the largest and finest stock of
Mouldings wc have ha 1 for years.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
" Everything Photographic" FORT STREET.
Ask Your Grocer
Another Shipment of Our Famous
Suits for Men
Different Colorings from last.
Values like these are winning Big Busi
ness for us.
Style, Material and Workmanship
Equal to what double the
price is usually asked.
L B. KERR & CO., Ltd.