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EVKNINO HULLCTIN, HONOLULU. T. II., TUESDAY.. FKU. 16, 1909.
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P MISS LELA DINKLAQB LEADS CONTEST TODAY;
WHITNEY fc MARSH
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
INTEREST WAXES WARM AND VOTES ROLL IN
2 1-2 to II
TENS OF THOUSANDS
OF VOTES CAST
Misses Dinklage, Marcos
Waiaholo and Deverill
Lead Their Respec
Are Jem tired of the struggle von
linvo been making the past thrco
Docs It seem foil) to keep on'
I lino )ou dcilded Hint the thu gamu
In nut north Hit' c.imllc
Well, Injure )u give up jour Ideal
or relinquish our hope, stop and think
thu matter uwr again
Taku a fresh start In )ur contest
work. Ilcllcvc In h loving guidance.
Auk )our friends fur votes und aliovc
nil things, believe In )oursclf
Thu nbow linen do not In mi) mi)
nppl) to the contestants In thu II u I
lot Ill's popular voting contest hut
Ihu following verses niH) help to en
courage borne of the ung women who
inn) feci that the) have no chinee to
If nil the cud of this continuous strlv
Were slmpl) to itttaln.
How voor would seem the plannluK
The endless urging and thu hurried
Of bod) , soul and bruin
I3ut over lu the wake of true nclilov
There shines this glowing trail
Home other soul will bo spurred on,
''New strength and hope, In Us own
Ilciausu thou didst not f.ill.
Not thlno alone tho glory or the sor-
To gain or win tho goal
Undreamed of lives In man) a far to
From thee their weakness or their
force, shall borrow,
On! On! Ambitious Soul!
Standing of Contestants
SUBSCRIBERS SENDING THEIR SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE B U L
L.E T I N OITICE MUST ALWAYS MENTION THE CONTESTANT'S
NAME. HO VOTES WILL BE ISSUED UNLESS THE CONTESTANT'S
NAME APPEARS ON SAME.
DISTRICT NO. 1.
INCLUDES THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
Miss Lela Dinklage , .Honolulu 171,380
Miss Martha Voss, emp. Sachs Co. . .Honolulu 167,314
Miss Sophie de la Nux, Wichman Co. Honolulu 150,612
Miss Florence Winter Honolulu 149,603
Miss Lizzie Ten Sue Kau Honolulu 147,861
Miss Ida McKeague Aiea 145,606
Miss Nellie McLain Honolulu 123,061
Miss Millie Duchalsky Honolulu 117,306
Miss Margarettc Lum Honolulu 90,911
Miss Madeline Dutra Honolulu 73,814
Miss Mary Dias Honolulu 72,606
Miss A. Todd Rodanet Honolulu 66,806
Miss Amoy Fook Tai Honolulu 65,841
Miss Amy Awai Haleiwa i. 60,311
Miss Alice Green , . .Honolulu 54,680
Miss Lizzie FerreiraWhitney &Marh.Honolulu 47,912
Miss Shizuko Ikeda Honolulu 33,141
DISTRICT NO. 2.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF HAWAn.
Miss Trinnie Marcos Kailua 120,861
Miss Mercy K. Akau Hilo 112,860
Miss Annie Hattie Kohala 92,606
Miss Victoria Hoiner Hilo 90,606
Miss Elizabeth K. Victor Hilo 89,600
Miss Louise de Harne Kohala, Hawaii 66,312
Miss Julia K. Kawewehi Ktauhou 51,661
Miss Hattie Saffery Hcnokaa 33,606
Miss Violet N. Brown Hilo 30,612
Miss Lillian Mundon Fahoa 23,406
Miss E. Tuhiliona .Pcpeekeo, Hawaii ....... 18,460
Miss Julia Kahino Hookena 11,912
DISTRICT NO. 3.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF MAUI.
Miss Mabel Waiaholo Lahaina 112,861
Miss Florence Ho Lahaina 108,361
Miss Mary Gohier Lahaina 107,861
Miss Eva Scholt Wailuku 105,814
Miss Jennie Hansen Wailuku 94,861
Miss Hattie Kalino Makawao f... 66,814
MissL. K. Hart Wailuku 53,612
Miss Esther M. Hanuna Hana , 35,612
DISTRICT NO. 4.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF KAUAI.
Miss Florence Deverill Hanalel, Kauai 108,311
Miss Connie Fassoth Waimea, Kauai 88,960
Miss Mable Hustle Eleele 84,711
Miss Miriam Mundon Kapaa, Kauai 81,600
Miss Angeline F. Silva Waimea, Kauai . . 65,809
Miss Ethel E. Edwards Kilauea, Kauai 51,310
Miss Rose Aea Waimea, Kauai 36,210
The Evening Bulletin Popular
Fill in the name of the young woman you wish td tote At
and the district in which she lives... Bring or mail to Man
ager Contest Department, cart ofEvenitigBulletin,
Honolulu, T. H. ,. '
THIS COUPON COUNTS AS ONE VOTE FOR
(This coupon is not good after Monday, Feb, 22d)
JUST THE THING FOR
Contestants may take the trip any time they choose.
Contestants are not limited to the district in which they are entered,
but arc allowed to secure votes from any other District, County or State.
CONTEST CLOSES MONDAY, MARCH 15TH,
8 P. M. O'CLOCK SHARP.
Tako a trosh stnrt In tho contest
Yesterday was another successful
day fur most nil tho )oung women
entered In tho 11 u 1 1 u 1 1 u contest,
which Is best explained b) the nccom
pnnlng list of votes
While there was but one Icador mis
placed, most all added to their score
very materially and will continue to
keep well bunched for their final effort '
for otcs. I
Miss Lela Dlnklago of district No.'
1 Is tho top nolchcr this evening with
171,38'! votes to her ci villi, which gives
her the cntlru lead of alt uttered and
If tho contest were to closo today she
would have tho right to select tho fifth
party, to accompany her on her jour
ney to Seattle. Miss Martha Voss,
who was leading yesterday. Is second
on tho list today with 167,311 votes.
The other three districts retain their
leaders today with several thousand
mora votes added Interest In thu
contest lias not slackened ono whit and
each day adds zest to tho voting and
subscription list. Thero Is onl) i
short time In which to collect sub
scriptions and when March 15th rolls
around there wll lbo an avalanche of
Ad FAILED TO SENATE CONVENES
FLIM-FLAM ANDRADE TOMORROW MORNING
SUBSCRIBERS SENDING IN SUB
SCRIPTIONS TO THE B U L L E T I N
MUST ALWAYS MENTION THE
NAME ,OF THE CONTE8TANT8
THEY WISH TO VOTE FOR, AS ALL
BALLOTS ARE FILLED OUT IN
FULL BEFORE LEAVINQ OFFICE.
YOU CAN HOLD BACK THE BAL
L'OTS A8 LONG A8 YOU WISH.
Do It Now.
THE K1NAU, going to Kauai this
nfternoon, will sail at, 5 o'clock. Sho
will tako passengers, mall anil freight
UEFORB THK Mauna Kca sailed to
day for Hilo, tho officers and crow wore
subjected to n flrcdrlll b) ordor of Cap
tain Lchorns and Captain Howe, Fed
eral Inspectors of hollers and hulls.
Tho Inspectors were greatly pleased
with the promptness of the men.
TUG H1I.ONIAN will arrive hero at
(1a break Thursday A wireless to this
effect was received toda) h) the local
Governor Frear has granted n re
prlovu for John Wynno, sentenced to
be hanged tomorrow for murder Thu
li'prlmo holds good until the 1'iosldent
of (he tlnlled States tdinll Invo given
Ills decision lu tho mutter,
Yesterda) (Jeorgu Kalclklnl was
found guilt) In the Clicult Court of
murder In tho first dLgree for the kill
ing of his wife Toda) his attornc),
Churlo) Achl, mndu a demand on po
lice Judge Andrado that the latter
sign au order committing Kulclklnl to
thu Insane as) lum.
This Is ono of tho most peculiar
moves that has over been made In tho
criminal courts of the Tcrrltor) and,
of course, thero was novcr ail) (hanco
of Its succeeding. Judgo Andrade
prompt!) re f ii at d to sign tho order
asked lor, and It Is probable that his
refusal Is to bo mado by Achl tho
basis of some new move.
Katelklnl's defense was n plea of In
Kiinlt), nnd to provo that ho was In-
sniio he throw u "lit" on tho floor of
tho conrl room after his mother had
alread) had n similar lit elsowhoro.
This, however, failed to Impress the
Juiy, who evidently bellovod tho
charge of tho Count) Attorney that
tho fits were phoney and thrown for
Had Kalclklnl mado n different ilc
fiuso and claimed that ho shot , his
vvlfo in a moment of passion hi chiko
ho found her with Bernard Kolokollo,
and believed her unfaithful, ho would
probably have 'got off with a erdlct
of murder In tho second degreo Instead
of a first degreo verdict. A statement
In this effect was mado this morning
by ono of tho jurymen, who said that
tho jury took no stock In tho Insanity
dodge but firmly bellovod that tho (Its
In tho case wore thrown to ordor.
Tho application for an order of com
mltment mado this morning was based
upou an affidavit mado by S, K. Ka
lalklnl, as follows:
S, K. Kalclklnl, beug duly sworn,
on oath deposes and sa)Si
That ho Is tho fathor of George Ko
lelklnl, that hu has known for ovor
llvo )uirs past Gcorgo Kalclklnl, a res
ident of Honolulu, City and County of
Honolulu, Territory aforesaid; that
on the 11th day of February, A. D.
1909 said affiant verily believes and
upon such belief depose and say It to
be tho fact that the said Georgo Kalcl
klnl Is Insane and that tho public safe
ly niiilreu his restraint until hu be
comes of sound mind, or Is oulored to
be discharged as b) law provided and
Organization Will Take
Up Most Of
At in o'clock tomorrow morning tho
Senate will conveno In tho bunulu
Chambor on tho Ewa side of Ihu main
floor of the exccutlvo bulldltig the
room used as tho office of tho Minister
of (ho Interior In the days of the mon
archy. The Senate will be called to order
by D. K. linker of tho Aral district,
under tho rules adopted at the last ses
sion, which provide that the Senator
from tho first district who received
tho Inrgest number of votes nt cliclton
shnll act as temporary chairman. 9J
Three members will then bo appoint
cd a committee to examine tho creden
tials of the Senators present and un
certain that there Is a majority tit
properly-accredited Senators In tho
A cqmmlttee will then bo appointed
to wait upon a Justice of the Suprtme
bench, or a circuit Judge, and ask htm
to administer the oaths to tho mem
Tho adoption of tompornry rules will
follow, after which officers will bo
elected, tho president will natuo the
standing committees, and a delegation
will wnlt upon tho Governor and iho
House of Representatives and Inform
thorn thnt tho Senate Is In session
Tho reading of the Governor's mv
sago will then follow.
Br BULLETIN ADS PAY
of them will undoubtedly be assigned
plnces on some of tho committees, but
two on each mmmlttca well, hardly.
The Governor's messago Is finished
and printed and will bo read to
both tho Houso and tho Scnnto nflcr
organization Is completed.
Organization and tho rending of
tho message will-take up most of tho
working time of tho Legislature to
morrow and It Is hardly probable thnt
any attempt' to got down to tho real
work of tho session will bo mado to
: ARMY, NAVY AND :
: MARINE CORPS:
Tho two 12 Inch guns, which form
tho final ordnance. equipment of the
I'carl Harbor forllftfatlons, arrived
last night on tho bark Mohican, and
will bo transported to tho reservation
JUst as soon as they con bo unloaded.
Tho guns aVo thlrty-flvo fcot Ions
nnd weigh flfty-Bevcn tons each. They
. woro manufactured by Uio government
' at Walcrvllct Arsenal, and nro of tho
latest pattern. Though not as power
ful as somo of tho ordnance In uso In
this countr), thoy aro very rffccthc
and havo tho maximum muzzlo voloc
Ity for rifles of their alzo.
The loading of tho big guris onto tho
Mohican was done by the Union Iron
Works of San Frinclrcp. J. W. IJcd
ford, who accompon)ed tho guns, wilt
nave en urge or. inc unipsmng nerc
n.. ...iHH it... ii.k!l nf ,,. n ti AM.
lis UBIIIH ,fU ii,ivn Wt III" w. . w m ,
tho Honolulu Plantation Compaq's,
and the Artny ralroad, U will bo pos-
simo to tase ino.Djg uaritors ripiu i"
the foundations'" prepare to receive
them, without Plica unloading thero
from tho flat car's onto'v which they
will bo loaded nt (he rp)road whnrf.
Tho fw'o l2lpch,(tun will completo
tho armament of the Pearl Harbor for
tifications, iia far.'as profent plans aro
concerned. Thoe Is c0risd9rab,', room
lort for additional orflpapce, however,
and Bhduld' the bill npw In Congress,
providing for further fortification of
Hawaii, pass, IL Is though probable
that soma of tho money will bo expend
ed In addliig to tho strength of tho
Pearl Harbor works.
This cloth has now become a great favorite on account
.of its fast color and durability. We are now showing a
Toll Range in Stripe and Solid Colors, 29 inches wide,
2Q A YARD! SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
WILL BE PUT ON
J. W. II row n, convictod about a jenr
ago of selling liquor without a license
and sentenced to.a Jail sentence and n
flno of 1500, 'was this morning released
by Judge Do Dolt upon an affldnvlt
showing thaTthe man had served a
)car and was without mouo) to pay
tho fine,, .
Tho trlalof'Palk'Woon Kl on a
charge of assault with a weapon Immi
nently dangerous to life, was begun In
Judge Do Holt's court this morning.
Tho Korean Is charged wl(h having
shot and wounded another niun, named
Yce Sung Bll, of tho samu natloualit),
on December 12.
f When noxt tho Alameda enters
f tho wireless zone on her return
trin from San Francisco, flashes
f from her wlrolcss telegraph op-
f paratus may bo received at Ka-
t- huktt Point station. W. M. Olf.
f ford, manager for Irwin ft Co , Is -f
authority for tho statement that
f tho Ocoanlq Company will Install
wlroloss coulvmcnt on both tho
Alameda and tho Mariposa nt
f 'That tho Alameda will havo
f hor wireless equipment when -f
next sho arrives hero Is not cor-
tain, as tho ship wluVnot watt for
f tho machinery. ! It Is not on hand
f- when she leaves San Kranclsco. -f
It, Is believed that, by next trip nt
any rate, ever) thing "will lo In
f working order and that tho pas-
f scngcrs on tho ship will be able
to comtnunlcato' with tho shore
DEMOORATS.MAKE BIG DEMANDS
(Continued From Pare 1)
tees. Tho Democrats In the House
havo mado a formal demand upon
Mr. Holsteln that he appoint two of
their number to evory committee In
the Lower House. As there ore but
eight Democrats In the House, In
cluding Representative Knnlho, who
Is not a Democrat hut a Home Killer
und who could not be depended upon
to go Into caucus with the Demounts
even If the letter II. II. were not ap
pended after his name on the list, It
Is evident that the lonesome eight
would havo their hands full If their
demands were coin oiled Hut thnro
is no chance that the) will be. Some
Fourteen youths, mostly Portu
guese, wero up beforo Judgo Andrade
this morning on a chargo of playing
"7-11," T,hey all said thoy woro
guilty, nnd, with tho oxception o(
three bo)s, who woro undor 18 years
of age, were fined SO and $2.10 costs.
Only ono boy lacked tlio cojnand ho
asked to bo allowed to go to some of
fice and get the money. The "Judge
said he had a very nice office right.
nt the police station, and, tho )a,d had
to fie content with "that fora '-while.'
The case against K, Matsumoto,
charged with assaulting a'Chlnaman,
was next dealt with. It uppe'ars that,
Mntsumotol, who -flcmfwypcvmfwyp
Matsumoto, who lives opposite the,
ball-grounds, noticed the Chinaman
cutting grass that did not belong Ui
him. Matsumoto, having plenty of
horses to feed himself, naturally ob
jected to the fodder being taken.
The Chinaman refused to quit cut
ting the grass, and Matsumolo be
came angry. The Chluunjan, so
Matsumoto alleges, raised his grass
knife In a threatening manlier, and
right then a rough house started.
Attorney Peters elicited the fact
Hint the ('hliuimnh uuild (inly teioit-
iilzn Matsumolo, mid did lint Know
the rest of his assailants, Tho case,
wus dismissed by Judge Audrude,
f throughout the trip. T
Tho Oceanic Company, after
giving tho matter considerable
consideration, has decided to In
f stall tho United Wireless system
f on Its ships. This Is tho system
f with whjch tho ships of tho mm-
son lino aro fitted out.
4- When the Alnmoda gts her
f outfit, the big vessels of the Pa-
clflo Mall lino will bo tho only
f passenger steamers, plying rcgu
f Inrly between hero and tho main-
land, which havo not wlroleBs
Headaches after long runs, espe
cially at speed or Id cold weather, nro
experienced by a great many drlvcis.
Tho inuso of this Is usually too thin
a cap, permitting tho head drnughta
to beat on tho tcmplco nnd upper
front of the skull. It Is nn easy mat
te! tp lino tho front of any cap ubovo
tho peak with chamois leather.
Harry Pulllam, President of tho
National league, has tho quitting bug
himself, announcing thnt ho Is tired
o' baseball and probably will re tiro
nfter thbi )ear.
V BULLETIN ADS PAY -V
Jan. 25. Lieut. Comdr. S. K. Moses
detached duty as assistant to tho'ln
spector In charge, of tho Twelfth Light
houso District, San Francisco, Cat , und
continue othor duties.
Lieut. Y- 8. Houston detached duty
Charleston; to tho naval station, Ha'
wall, T. H, for duty as assistant to
tho Inspector In chargo Twelfth Light
houso District, San Francisco, Cal , In
chargo lighthouse establishment for
tho Territory of Hawaii, hoadquartorB,
Honolulu, T. H.
ThO foregoing orders appear In. the
issuo or tno Army arm navy journal
for September "30. Whvn' I.loutonaut
Houston will arrive nobody seoms to
know, so, desplto tho fact that LiouL
Com. Moses seems to have been de
tnched, ho Is still on duty. Otherwise
this district, would, bo lu tbo peculiar
position of having lib lighthouse In
spector. For somo time It has been known
that tho duties of tho local lighthouse
Inspector wero too arduous to fit In
well with thosa of captain of the jard
at thu naval station, but owing to the
scarcity of available officers, the Navy
Department was unable to render any
The lighthouse Inspector Is forced to
make frequent tours of Investigation
through tho Islands, and to hold con
ferences wk?i masters and pl(ota of
In an open letter published last
week, John D. Long, a former Bcpro
tary of tho NaVy..ipeaks on the
Urownsvlllo matter as follows! ' 'Ac
cording to despatljefljhls morning
from Washington 'thS'Se'ereiaryJ of
War states that somo of the members
of the Urownsvlllo command are inno
cent of tho wrongdoing charged
against them, floes nottil. empha
slzo the blunder that has beon mado
In this matter? 'Do tho fieoplo under
stand that ISO soldiers, somo of them
veterans who fought gallantly In Cu
ba, havo been dlshornofed nnd for
moro than two )cars discharged from
the Service, with the consequent loss
of their livelihood? Is not this punish
ing ten Innocent men lest ono guilty
man with no certainty that oVon ho
Is guilt) may escape!? May Itittot, tie
hoped that one of ho first acts or
President Tatt will bb to do justice to
llinso men? Whctliprthn nre-whji
or blnek In Imtmilorlul, the) nin elll
Up To Date
PE TAKE PLEASURE in an
nouncing that we have se
cured the services of MR.
N. SWAHN to take charge
of OUR TAILORING
DEPARTMENT. Mr. SWAHN is '
well known in this city, having been
for a number of years cntter for S.
Roth, and was formerly with Hart
Bros, of San Francisco, and M. Rook,
Fifth Avenue, New York.
We have also added to our Tailor
ing staff two Expert Tailors, and are
now in a position to tum out orders
equal to the best merchant tailors on
i We are showing some Very Ele
gant 'SUITINGS New Goods just to
L B. KERR & CO.,
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