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KVEN1N0 11ULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY. JAN .10, 1009.
BARGAIN VOTE OFFER CLOSES 5 P. M. TONIGHT
- MISS1 MARTHA VOSS LEADS BY SMALL MARGIN
i ' i ." .
via San Francisco,
The Evening Bulletin
Will pay the expense of the parly,
which includes a Chaperon.
The People Select tbe
Chaperone by Popular Ballot
THERE are Four Districts, .' fid a
Trip for Each Mstrict Can
didates only have to compete against
the contestants in their own district
The Highest Individual Vote cast,
irrespective of district limitation,
will select the clnp?rone.
Read Tomorrow's BULLETIN for
further information. ,
Address all Communications to
Manager Contest Department,
SECOND FOR FIRST'
And Hastie Lead In
Standing of Contestants
SUBSCRIBERS SENDING THEIR SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE BUL
LETIN OFFICE MUST ALWAYS MENTION THE CONTESTANT'S
NAME. HO VOTES WILL BE ISSUED UNLESS THE CONTESTANTS
NAME APPEARS ON SAME.
DISTRICT NO. 1.
INCLUDES THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
iMSss Martha Voji, cmp. Sachs Co. . . Honolulu 80,812
Miss Lela Dinklago Honolulu 80,431
Miss Sophie de la Nux, Wiehman Co. Honolulu 77,182
Miss Lizzie Ten Sue Kau Honolulu . . . 75,414
Five o'clock this evonlng closes tho
special offer which has been In vogua
all of the Inst two weuks, and of which
tho popular contestants have taken
advantage. There will hu some spir
ited toting tonight, and a Brunt many
changes are looked for. The special
niter will closo promptly at t o'clock
this uvcnlng, but' all the young ladle
In tho office nt that time will ha wait
A few of tho contestants who drop
ped out the last few days have dtn
bo to help some friends who aro still
!n tho race. All thu contestants are
planning on tho trips, and nre also
cebatlng within themselves nB to which
cno of their many friends they will
tnkc nlong as chaperon, for they are
working for tho highest vbtc.
Miss Martha Vosb continues to lend
the entire contest for chapvrono him-
ors, but Is closely followed by Miss
l.cla Dinklago, who Is second this
i veiling with only 361 votes less than
Miss Voss, Misses dc la Nux, Mc
Kcaguo and Ten 8uo Kuu closely fol
low the loaders and either of the latter
may be top nochers on tho morrow.
Hawaii. Maul and Kauai districts
aro in to win and Judging from tho
voto that was received from them to
day, tbey will make District No. 1 look
out for their laurels, and they may se
cure tho chaperone honors ere the goal
Is reached on March lSlh. Tomorrow
the 20 coupon ballot will be counted
mid tho results printed In Monday's
Issuu of the II ii 1 1 o 1 1 n. Look out
for a big vole Monday and many
change's too, In tho rotative standing
of tho 'Contestants.
JJrom tho standpoint of tho lover of
the beautiful, no world's fair in history
vlll compare with the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific
Exposition to hu held In Sunt
tie from June 1st until October ICtli,
1909. Tho wonderful natural advant
ages that tho surrounding country pre
sents and an appreciation of them by
tbo landscape architects who designed
the grounds combine to prodiico this
The Cascades and Geyser Iluslu
fprni tho centre of thu general decora
tive scheme. Surrounding both of
them are sunken gardens that will be
rich In boom for thu whole exposition
period, lleyoud them are the formal
gardens and lawns, the vista on tho
(.rounds ending In gioves of native ev
orgrcens. Above thesp In thu disunite
stlinds tho highest iiio.uiitaln In thu
United States Halnlcr eighty miles
tway, but a; outlined against tho clear
bluo Bky of tho raclflc Coast us to
suem much nearer. Mount Halnter la
Miutli of tho Exposition grounds; to
tho northeast uio thu Selkirk moun
tain, and to tho west tho snow-crested
heads of the Olympics muko u ruggn.l
outline against thu Bky. Mount lluker,
another magnificent iicnk, Is plainly
visible from tho grounds In a north
easterly direction. In thu Immediate
foreground are l.nkca Washington mid
Union, on thu shores of which the Im
position will bo held. Over thu narrow
neck of laud that divides thu salt
water from thu fresh, I'uget Hound
comes in fiom Ihu ocean, a great In
land sea of Itself thut lies between two
mountain ranges nud brings thu com
mercu of the world to Seattle's doors,
On tho gentle slopo of tho Imposi
tion grounds the highest dovclnpmont
of landscape art Is displayed. Thu Ii-
cine Northwest's soil mid climate con
spire to mako this one of the garden
spots of tbo world. Millions of lloweru
will bo In bloom, their colors carefully
blenUcd Into harmonious effect, Tho
cactus dahlia, tho olUclal flower of the
reposition, which is tiscij In tho deco
tatloii of the cover of this booklet, will
he everywhere In evidence.
The Imposition monument stands In
the plaza In front of the United Stato
(iovornnicnt building. It will hu en
tirely covered with gold from Alaska
and tho Yukon, and its splendor will
be one of the fuatuies of tho Exposi
tion. It is eighty feet high. At thu
Lasu aru four figures, emblematic of
tho Northland, the Southern I'aclflu
Countries, thu I'actflo Coast and thu
South Seas. Thu column Is Corlnthl
tn, with an ornaniontul Bhaft carrying
an astronomical globo showing tho
signs, of tho Indian and 'surmounted
with the American eagle. About $7000
worth of gold dust will bu used to gild
Miss Ida McKeapuc Aiea
Miss Florence Winter Honolulu . .
Miss Millie Duchalsky , .... Honolulu ...
Miss Nellie McLain Honolulu t..
Miss Madeline Dutra Honolulu ' .
Miss Majy Dins Honolulu . .
Miss Margorette Luin Honolulu ..
, Miss Amoy Fook Tai Honolulu . .
Miss Amy Awai Haleiwa . .
Miss A. Todd Kodanet Honolulu
Miss Lizzie FerreiraWhitney &Marsh.Honolulu 37,819
. .. . . a
Tho Evozimg Bulletin Popular
Fill in the name of tit! young woman jou wish to vote for
and the district in which she lives. Brine or mail to Man
nucr Contest Depnrtm jnt, care of E v c n i n g B u 1 1 c t i n,
Honolulu, T. H.
THIS COUPON COUNTS AS ONE VOTE FOR
(This coupon is not good after Monduy, Feb.
Miss Alice Qrecn Honolulu
Miss Shizuko Ikeda Honolulu
Miss Caroline Borges Honolulu
Miss Cecilia Anderson Honolulu
Miss Julia Spencer Honolulu
Miss Elizabeth Xaai Honolulu
Miss Sarah Pookela Waipahu .
Miss Roseline Ooeas Honolulu
Miss Mary Fraine Honolulu
Miss 0. B. Olsen Honolulu
Mfss Orilla Rice Honolulu
Miss Helen Bush Honolulu
Miss Mary E. Tin-ell Hoi.oklu
Miss Minnie Akina Honolulu
Miss Mareurette Branco Honolulu 4,490
Miss Grace Hopkins Honolulu 3,519
t loll. 250 vole.
Kit Iiionl ll-" siinfcrlptlou Id till
K v e n I ii g II ti I I e t I u- Old sub
tcrlptlon, ,100 votes; new subscrip
tion, 700 votes.
One ) ear's subscription to tho
i: v e n I n g II ii I I e 1 1 n Old sub-
Miss Daisy Bell Honolulu
Miss Katie Libornio Honolulu
DISTRICT NO. 2.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF HAWAn.
Miss Victoria Homer Hilo
Miss Mercy K. Akau Hilo
Miss Elizabeth X. Victor Hilo 45,202
Miss Annie Hattie Kohala 41,300
Miss Trinnie Marcos Pnhoa 40,080
Miss Julia K. Kawewehi Keauhou 35,101
Miss Hattie Saffery Honokaa 20,611
Mist Louise de Harne Kohala, Hawaii 20,180
Miss Lillian Mundon Pahoa 19.114
Miss Violet N. Brown Hilo 18,614.
Miss E. Tuhiliona Pcpeekeo, Hawaii 14,188
call on them again. Each context mi
'Is ItirnlKlieil with receipt books and
I those who huvu not secured it book as
Ijet should call on the Contest Maua
' ger mill secure oilu nnil have your
I Irletids pay oti their subscription
' mid you bring the money to the office
nntl the nallutH win im Iscm-d to jou 8rrptloii. 1200 votes; new subscrlp
in ii-iniji, nun i iifi.-iiii t.'i jinn
friends In come to the otllce mid as
but have them pay you on your first
visit, and it will bu easier for all con
cerned to ro'l up a largo M.t.-. Your fcct,ltn ic.uOO votes.
iiii'uuK iiriy laciiu an rigiu wncii me
tell ou the) will vole for jou Inter,
but something may hapix-n that they
will neglect to come to tho office and1
pay; therefore It Is tho surest way tot
scciiro their subscription, to call on i
tlintu nt iitiin fiit.l nuL llinnt ii lorn vmi )
in prn .....I w, ,r.. Ilu.n u'r..' , , Tlptloll. 1 2f,0 VOtOM; lieW -llbSCrlp-
tlon, 1 DUO votes.
I I'lve j ears' subscription to
Evening Hull 1 1 I n O'd
scrlptlou, 10,000 votes; new
Miss Julia KaTiino Hookcna
Miss Nellie Richards Honokaa ..
Miss Verlie Kuhns Kukuihaele
Miss Edith Hall Honokaa . .
Miss Asayo Kubo Hilo
Miss Lizzie Lahilahl Hilo
Miss Mary Cabrinha Honomu . .
DISTRICT NO. 3.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF MAUI.
Miss Jennie Hansen
Miss Eva Scholtz
Miss Mary Gohier
Miss Florence Ho
Miss Mabel Waiaholo . ,
MissL. K. Hart
Miss Hattie Kalino .,.,
Miss Esther M. Hanuna
Miss Mollie King ,
Miss Mary Hoffman Wailuku
Miss Annie Decker Wailuku
Lahaina t. . . . 34,239
Wailuku 1 7,481
DISTRICT NO. 4.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF KAUAI.
Miss Mable Hastie Eleele 40,100
Miss Angeline F. Silva Waimea, Kauai 34,100
Miss Ethel E. Edwards Kilauea, Kauai 33,119
Miss Florence Deverill Hanalei, Kauai 32.616
MissConnfe Fossoth Waimea, Kauai 32,318
Miss Miriam Muudon Kapaa, Kauai 28,760
Miss Rose Aea Waimea, Kauai 21,803
Miss Miriam Kauhane Waimw 6,712
Miss Gloria Koai , Kakaweli, Kauai V"4
Contestants may take thr trip any time they cnoose.
Contestants arc not limited to the district in which they are entered,
but are allowed to secure votes from nnv other District, County or State.
How To Vote
Siibrrlbeis wlu depend on the
n'alls to bring their subscriptions to
thu II u 1 1 e 1 1 n olllce, must always
slato whom they want their voles cast
for, always mention the contestant's
name and whether you want the voles
published nt oncu or returned to the
contestant It is best to return nil
ballots to the contestant mid situ will
I One .vein's subset Iptlon to
.Weekly II u I I o 1 1 n Old
Scrlptlou ,100 votes; now subscrip
tion, 122 vol?.
I'lve )ears" subscription lo the
Weekly II u 1 1 u 1 1 n Old enli-
Ion. 2O0O votes.
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN IS
When Paid in Advance.
One month's subscription In thu
Evening II ii 1 1 1 1 n. '.I cciilr
Three mrnths' subscription In tlm
E v o u I n g II u 1 1 1 1 n, 2 00
Six months' subscription to tho
then know who Is voting for her and Kvenlng Ilitlletlii, 1100.
ran keep track of her friends who' iweivo iiioiiiiik siwuctipuoii to tne
hnvo oted, and then will hnvo more' E vv " ' " B " 1 1 ' 1 1 n. Is 00
time to call on those who have not
paid their subscription ami In this
way Bho can mako n thorough can
vnxi of nil her friends, mid It will
makn tho work much eusler for her
Send your subscription direct to the
Contest Department and the voles
will bo Issued for the one nu stato
and they will be returned to tbe con
tetUnt with your name on It, ami elie
can hold the ballots hack until tho
close of the contest, but ballots will
not be Issued unless the contestant's
name appears on same, which makes
it a safeguard against all combina
tions, while otten arise In contests of
this nature and makes it absolutely
fair for tho contestant, as no contest
ant can thru withdraw from the raco
and transfer her votes to someoiiu
Candidates should call on the Cuw-
test Manager at onco and secure sub
scription books, and there are a num
ber of things hu would llko to tell
jou in reguru 10 me ecu way oi ne-i
curing votes, tall
II u I I e 1 1 n office.
At the head of the Cascade Court No Blank Votes.
stands u monument typifying thu I There has been somo misunderstand
"Spirit of the I'liclfln," the sculptor lug as to tho manner In which votes on
having used tho aboriginal races of the subscriptions aro Issued and a mini
live years subscription to
Kvenlng llii'lotln $inno.
Onu Mar's si Inscription to
Weekly Uuletln. ii.iio.
Five )ears' ;ibscrlptlon to
W o o k 1 y It ii 1 1 1 1 n.K 15.00.
l'acllle Coast commies us models
his central figures
SUBSCRIBERS SENDING IN SUB
8CRIPTIONS TO THE BULLETIN
MUST ALWAYS MENTION THE
NAME OF VTHE CONTESTANTS
THEY WISH TO VOTE FOR, AS ALL
BALLOT8 ARE FILLED OUT IN
TULL BEFORE LEAVING OFFICE.
YOU CAN HOLD BACK THE BAL
LOTS A3 LONG AS YOU WISH.
Do It Now.
her of old subscribers have asked for
After argument lasting until '
ii clock jesterday afternoon I)r Atch
ii ley was discharged from custody,
mid left the courtroom a free man
Judgo Hoblnson held that the coiti'
inltinent of Atcherley to the Insatiu
asylum of tho Territory was In vio
lation of the I'lfth Amendment to ' ho
Constitution of the I'tiltcd Status. In
discharging Atcherley from custody
tho Court s.ild:
"In my opinion section 11 in of tho
Devised Uiwssof Hawaii is in direct
(onlllct with the I'lfth Amendment
at onco ut tho1'" tbe Constitution of the United
H Intel, which declares no pert-on shall
THE FIVE TRIPS WILL BE APPOR I'"' deprived of life, liberty, pr prop
IIUNtU Ab t-ULLUWS:
District No. 1 Includes tho City and
County of Honolulu.
Tho fifth trip will bo for tho
Includes the County
Includes tho Comity
Includes tho County
erty without due process of law. I.ct
I he person claimed to bine been de
prived of his libcrt, I)r John Atch
erley, and In whose behalf this wilt
was tiled, bu discharged from cus
i ti... ..,,. ... I i. .i lidh'd wllh two or thioo drinks a day,
The voting woman who rcohea tho ,,. ,., ,r 1Ilr .''
New and Old Subscriptions.
A number of Imiulrlos regarding now
nnd old siibscrl'ptlmis have been made.
Voles aro allowed tin both, but only
wheiu they pay In advance. Votca uru
allowed on arrearage provided an ad
vance payment accompany tho arrearage-
A few old subscribers hnvo
asked if they can discontinue, their
present subscription and take out an
other onu in hiiiiiu other name, hut this
Is strictly against tho rules of thu con
tent and when thu change Is discovered
thu votcB will bo deducted. New sub
scilptlons moan Increase in circulation.
and changing thu name of tho subscilb
tll(, llflllnt fill till,, ,1U V.lt, ilnalfi. -in
glw them to the contestant and she !'.lK,'0Bt ""mhr of u,lo '" ,m,,rlcl
can hold thum or cast them Just us sho N"; ' "'"' Lo K'vt'" ,lrht cl',8H '""pur-
sees fit. ns nil ballots Issued on sub. V",1."" b . "'l '""" nceouiiiio
Bcrlptlons uru good until tho clone of l,""ons wl" ' faille and Ban I'mii
tho contest, hut If they aro left blank, i
teiod at thu present time, o win, hut
votes are not transferable and there Is
absolutely no cliuucu of n combination
which makes H absolutely fuiu to all
Thu contest Is of short duration ami
will close somu time about the mid
dlo of March. Tho oxact date will bu
decided upon In it few days. This will
Lo the shortest content the Hullo
tin hus uter conducted and Is made
stunt, In order thut the work will not
become, tiresome to the contestants.
C.inimndalloiiB as the one In District
or from ono member of tho family to Each contestant should commence, to
another, or to some fileud, does nol.day to nbk their friends for eupimrl
mako It a now subscription. This ruu riu( tell them to help you now- ami
will bo strictly ohfuieei) a.p,d, wjll mako "nt "'o'"1 ytm.nff will promises of
win uu sirieiiy eiiMiicci) wm, wjii maxe n"i siawi jum.iui win promises oi i um uu
tho voto schedule absolutely fulr to ull. I oupMirt, ns l( will bu' lntd'fdiojoit tjH'rlptlon, 200 votes; now aubscrlp
lecelvlug tin" highest voto will receive
the same trip mid accommodations as
the tluoe above mentioned districts.
VOTES ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL
LOWED AS FOLLOWS
One month's subscription to tho
E v o n I n g II ii I 1 o 1 1 n--0ld sub
scrlptlou, CO voles; new subscription
Thiuo months' subscription to tho
Evening II u 1 1 a 1 1 n Old sub-
their votes when they pay for their '"ln'. '""' rtiwnn by thu CUREABLE DISEASE
siiliserlntlnn ami r..o.ioi..l M,ni , V'Utig woman n-eurllig the highest In " uui"" 1"ULnl"'
i,-.imi !,., if. i,inv nn.i ii,.. ,ni fm dividual vote, Irresiiecll t u of district
i Eminent Physicians and Scientific
li.-illnt 1m Infl lilnnk nn,l lhv will till
111 flin Iinmf, lit tin, ,.nnlnul.it tl. .1 I lllllltntloil,
ihey desire, but this request will 'nut I Y)" ",ay tuU' luo ,rl' "' ,l," J""1 Men AKrce Tllat 5t Should be
bo granted, as It Is not fair for the tJ""'8"' "l,IKly "r '" ''"""I18- Treated ns Such
contestanL You must always state Fo"r "P3" Contests. I
tho name of tho young woman whom , vpnl,'K Oul I o t In Is con-n Drunkenness Is a progressive dls
you nro voting for nnd thu ballots will ",IC"P "" "oparato nnd distinct cm.. ',.. , nll,,.rlUo ,lrker is not sat-
be filled out In full and you may hold,""? '" ,"'' """"" l""p'
thu craving for more und liunu lio
eumt's irresistible as the disease ml
vnuces; Die lusuli Is Chionle Alcohol'
The treatment used ruccessfully by
thoiisnndn right In their own IiunitM is
Orrlue. It Is u kclentlflc tiiio for
.1 ... . .. i. . . . ..... .i i no vounc womnii n I) sir i-i vn ?
u, wo.im ..,e., no .rai.s.erau.o am. ,", ,:, , ....; Drunkenness and has given such ilnl
nero couiu be a coiuuinallon. at lhenl "'"" " " , ,,',.., ' ' V ' verbal sailsfartloii that It Is sold under
uu niiniie. to enable those not on... ' ' ; ,..''.'",;,;, .1 positive giuraiiteo to effect n euro
or your money will bu lefunded. This
iMi.ir.iutpii Is iilii'i. In t-iioil f.itlli ninl
The jiiiiiik woman In District No. 3 M caiiled nut to the le'ler. Orrlue la
leoeUIng the highest number of vote not a new turned) ; It h.u been sold by
will receive the same trip ns tho young thu leading druggists In eeiy city for
omen In Districts Nos. 1 and 2. I years. It has lifted tens of thintBiuidK
The young woman m District Vn 1 '""" ' 'l'tn l wormy maiiliooil
mid has thu heatry eiidorsrment of
grateful 1111-11 and women In overy statu
In tbo Union.
Orlim No. I Is the secret remedy ;
Orrluu No. 2, Is for tliusu willing to
take Ihu tieatmeut Either form costs
II no. Thu guarantee Is thu samo In
either esse. Write to The Arrino Co.,
Washington. D. C , for free booklet on
Diiiiikeuuess. mailed In plain sealed
envelope Orrlue will be milled sealed
on receipt of pi lee. Sold by loading
ilriiggusts nnd In this city by Honolulu
Drug Co., l'ort stieut.