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EVKNINO DULLETIN. HONOLULU. T II.. WEDNESDAY, KK11. 17. 1909..
CONTESTANTS ADD TO THEIR SCORE EACH DAY
WHITNEY fc MARSH
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL DAY IN CONTEST
MISS LELA DINKLAGEl
CONTINUES TO LEAD
Standing of Contestants
SUBSCRIBERS SENDING THEIR SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE B U L.
L E T I N OFFICE MUST ALWAYS MENTION THE CONTESTANT'S
NAME, HO VOTES WILL BE ISSUED UNLESS THE CONTESTANT'S
, NAME APPEARS ON SAME.
DISTRICT NO. 1.
I INCLUDES THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
1J. ..'.! M...I nnr IZ-jnai Miss Lela Dinklage Honolulu 172,841
HaWail, MaUl ana lauai Miss Martha Voss, emp. SvchsCo... Honolulu 168,410
n ' n..A Miss Sophie de la Nux, Wichman Co.Honolulu 153,281
Gaming UrOlinn ,Miss Florence Winter Honolulu 150,809
nun.. Miss Lizzie Ten Sue Kau Honolulu 149,183
haCn UaV Miss Ida McKeague Aiea 147,861
Miss Nellie McLaln Honolulu 123,886
There nrc m material changes in ;Miss Millie Duchalsky Honolulu 117,609
tliu relative standing f tin com At 'Miss Margarette Lurn Honolulu 91,360
niitm in tliv li ii li - tin h in -Hilar wit . Miss Madeline Dutra .
lug contest tudiiv but miwt ai imIiu l Miss Mary Dial
to their scores Mikh Ioli nuMitR. . Miss A. Todd Rodanet
continues to load nil tin coiiti'iimtsljiiss Amoy Fook Tai .,
todav with 172 m Mum '" iii'i ciouu Miss Amy Awal
i.gnlnst 171 ISA on Tuesd-l)
P f L fe"'
.Honolulu !....... 73,970
Mis MiksAliee Green Honolulu 54,712
Miss Lizzie Ferreira Whitney dMarsb-Honolulu 48,160
MissShizuko Ikeda Honolulu 33,260
DISTRICT NO. 2.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF HAWAII.
Miss Trinnie Marcos Kailua 121,380
Miss Mercy K. Akau Hilo 113,142
Miss Annie Hattie Koliala 93,360
Miss Victoria Horner Hilo 91,711
MissEllzabeth K. Victor Hilo 90,141
Miss Louise de Harne Kohala, Hawaii 67,460
Miss Julia K. Kaweweht Keauhou 51,760
Miss Hattie Saffery Honokaa 33,720
Miss Violet N. Brown Hilo 30,810
Miss Lillian Mundon Fahoa 23,406
Miss Julia Kahino Hookena 11,912
DISTRICT NO. 3.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF MAUI.
.Miss Mabel Waiaholo Lahaina 113,108
.Miss Florence Ho Lahaina 108,080
MISS MERCY AKAU
Of Hilo and District No. 2.
Miss Mary Qohier Lahaina
Miss Eva Scholtz Wailuku
Miss Jennie Hansen Wailuku
Miss Hattie Kalino .-. .Makawao
MissL. K. Hart Wailuku
Miss Esther M. Hanuna Hana . .
DISTRICT NO. 4
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF KAUAI.
Mnrtlm Vo8 u gccomi on the Hat to- Miss Florence Deverill Hanalei, Kauai 110,695
.lay Kith 1GS41G votes opposite her Miss Connie iajjoth waimea, iiauai
rune anil vile In rloselj followed b Miss Mable Hastie Eleele
mIshcii lie la Nux, Winter. Ten Sue Miss Miriam Mundon Kapaa, Kauai ..
Kau ami McKeague. m!ss Angeline F. Silva Waimea, Kauai
Miss Trinnlu Marcos continues to Miss Ethel E. Edwards Kilauea, Kauai
lead In District No 2, with 121.380 Miss Rose Aea Waimea, Kauai
t, ...... ..tT.ilAuf 111 li1 fnr Mid VlirV
liontcsianu may nuc me iriu any iimn mey cneosc.
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.
Miss Mabel Waiaholo of Lnhalnn and
district No 3 heads the list with 113
112 votes against 10SCS0 and U)7.9iJl
nmt 1P5.S11 for .Mesne Ho, Gohlor and
CONTEST CLOSES MONDAY, MARCH 15TH,
8 O'CLOCK P. M. SHARP.
Miss Florence Deverlll heads 'h p ono that will trouble many weary this session In sixty days
list In district No I. with 110.991 votes ,1()Ur8 of le 8egslon before the end Is Kanlho moved that the
to her credit against 'j.y.u tor .miss u,llt,1(M I put at once. Hlce moved that tho clerk
russolh. who Is second In that district. . ..,,, ,h. ,.n , ,.,'!, i,IKtructi.l to cast tho ballot of the
Votes continue to como Into th con- (m (he wa of lho o, hn)no JIoUBO for Mr Holsteln ua I(CrmnCnt
test department, at unprecedented ralo , wng B(Jl B(J, hy Re,,rcllelltnlv0 Speaker of the House. Carried mianl-
and each da the Interest Increases ,,,, ,. .,?nnn..nVo Amman moiislv. ami on motion of Correa. n
Good rejiorts come In from Hawaii
Maul and Kauai districts and the con
testants In those districts sa that the)
will bu among the lenders, for first
honors, when tho final count of the
ballots arc made on March 15th
SUBSCRIBERS SENDING IN SUB
MUST ALWAYS MENTION THE
NAME OF THE CONTESTANTS
THEY WISH TO VOTE FOR, AS ALL
BALLOTS ARE FILLED OUT IN
FULL BEFORE LEAVING OFFICE.
YOU CAN HOLD BACK THE BAL
LOTS AS LONG A8 YOU WISH.
Do It Now.
Kntolomi. and Honrcsentatlve Aflonso. inously. anil on motion of Correa. n
acting by virtue of a tacit House rule committee consisting of Castro and
of the previous session as temporary Correa was appointed to escort the
Speaker, rapped for order, aentle- Speaker to tho chair,
men. b vlrtuo of custom and the rules' "It gives mo great pleasure. Mr. Hol
nf the House of Representatives, I stelri, to announce to you that tho
FLOOD OF BILLS
(Continued from Pass 15
It hud been anticipated that thero
might be some plUMn over tho adop
tion of tho rules, but liejonil a half
hearted attempt on the pait of Kn
ntlii) to Intel fere, nothing happened
and the rules that governed tho pie
vious hesslon weic adopted,
The. expixted trouble over tho beat
ing of Cuno), Douthltt, and Hiiildy,
i,nf enilnir tint alldltv of whose
eleitlon there was somo question, did I
call )ou to order," he said. Huv, Mr
Desha was called upon for the divlno
At the conclusion of tho prayer Cas
tro moved the appointment of Kdward
Woodward as temporary clerk of tho
House, and ho was chosen without op-liosltlon.
On motion of Kulclopu William II.
DccrB was elected temporary Inter
preter Hlce moved tho nppolntment
of a committee on credentials. Tem
porary Speaker Alfonso appointed us
this committee Hlce Nakaleka and
I'urtailo A recess was then taken to
give this committee time to pass upon
the ciedentlals of tho various mem
The committee retired, but in less
than five minutes returned with its re
port, which, of com so, had been al
read pn pared, unit was carefully1
, There had bieu some question as to
tho cllgtbllltv or Douthltt, Coney and
Iliiddj, but the committee rec
ommended that they be seated, and
tho report of the committee was ndopV-
ed without opposition or comment.
Kulelopu moved that tho same com'
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not arise The Ciedentlals Commit- mitiee wan upon mo imiei jusuco or
lee hud lis lepoit ulready Prepared I U' Supremo Court and uqiiest him to
and typewritten, and returned tho
report within live minutes of tho time
the nppolntuieut of Its members was
nr nmmrAil 1'Iia f.nnrl ,1 n ,1 1 1 u mlnil.
(Ion seated the three membeis along J'""" nrtvvell ur.lve.I ar.d avandliuc
with (lie utlieis, nnd no opposition
vvuh offered to thcli being seated It
como over and udmliilster the oath to
tho members. An - was taken
awaiting their return ' th the Chief
Justice. A few minutes later Chief
Is too late now for any attempt to lie
made to deprive them of their seats,
although It Is understood that somo
luembeis still have hopes of ousting
the three from the floor of tho House.
Ily 11 o'clock the House, wan fully
niganlzed nnd ready for business, nil
I tho dais ndinlnlstticd tlu o-uh while
tho members stood with iip'-aued
hands. "Mr. Chaliman," ho sal.l, "I
announce to you that tho members of
the House nro duly ciuallfled by taking
tlulr oath of ofllco,"
Kulelopu moved that ,tho rules of
tho 1907 session bo temporarily adopt
ed This carried without opposition,
nnd the House then proceeded to per-
the otneers were appointed and mnnont organization,
woik The message from the Gov-1 ..It KU,8 mo Krt,at pieasuro," said
ertior was recolvod formnlly and will Kalelopu, "to placo In nomination a
bo coiiBldoied In detail Inter. I gentleman vvhobo fair and square deal-
A Hood of bills and resolutions was g cannot bo questioned and tho
introduced, unU, If the samo gait Is name of that gentleman Is tho Hon II
l.cpt up to the end of the session, I, Holsteln "
thi)luuriial of tho House will be a 'On behalf of tho Oahu delegation,'
volume that will look like an uu- said Hobcrt Shingle, I desire to second
abridged dictionary Several taui- tho nomination I am nssured that
Hon measures were lntioduccd, hull- Mr Holsteln In this position will ex
eating that this subject Is going to ! pedllo matters and wo will get through
House has elected jou Its Speaker,'
said Alfonso as Mr. Holsteln ascended
"Mr. Speaker" It was a yolco from
tho Walklkl sldo of tho room. Kanlho
was on his ftet for tho first tlmo In the
session of tho fifth Legislature of Ha
Uut ho got no farther, for it wasn't
his move and tho Speaker didn't uveu
gtnnco in tho direction of tho eager
gentleman from Kohala. Speaker Hot
oteln piocceded with his opening ad
dress, which was short and to the
point. He urged business speed,
Tho election of a Vice S eakor, the
next order of business, resulted In the
Republican caucus choice, C. A. Hlce
of Kaunl, who was nominated by Coney
and elected by unanimous vote.
Sheldon offered tho first resolution
of tho session, to tho effect that the
rules of tho session of 11107 bo made
the rules uf the session of 1909, subject
ut any tlmo to revision or amendment
Kanlho made his first speech.
"Thero nro members hero who aro
Unacquainted wltn theso rules," ho
said, "and I think it Is only proper
that they should know what these
rules are before they vote on them."
Kanlho was Ignored by lho Speaker.
who put tho motion, nnd the resolution
Castro nominated Edward Wood
ward as Clerk of tho Houso and the
nomination was seconded byv Make
kau. Woodward vvbb unanimously
elected, the stenographer casting the
vote of tho Houso for him.
Rico moved tho suspension of tho
rules to enable him to Introduce a res
olution. This carried and Rico Intro
duced a resolution that the following
bo elected officers of tho Houso:
Speaker H. L. Holsteln of Hawaii
Vlco Speaker Churlcs A. Rico of
Clork Ed." Woodward J. Oahu (4th
Stenographer Janves W Lloyd ol
Oahu (4th District).
Sergeant at-Arms Harry Knhalo of
Oahu (Sth District).
Ipterpietei Win H Uecrs of Hilo
Messenger James Apau of Kauai
Conor moved tho adoption of tho rcs
oliitlon, but Kanlho again kicked, but
was called to order by tho Speaker,
who told him that the rules had been
suspended Tho resolution was, adopt
ed. Tho now officers Including tho Jan
itor were culled to tho front and
sworn to support tho Constitution ol
tho United States and dutifully per
form their dutlos.
Rico presented a resolution that
tho Clerk bo Instructed to Inform tho
Governor that tho Houso was organ
ized and In session, and that a com
mittee of three bo appointed to Join a
commltteo from tho Scnato to wait
upon tho Governor. Tho resolution
was adopted, nnd Rice, Shinglo and
Like wonr appointed by the Speaker
to niiorni mo senate unu inu uuvenwr
that thn Houso was In session
At 11:12 thojjouso wob again called
to order and u communication from
tho Semito was road to tho effect Hint
that body was organized and ready for
"Mr. Speaker, a message .from the
Governoi," announced the Clerk, and
Claudius Henry Mcllildo, attired In u
lung tailed coat mid proudly carrying
In his hand u high silk hat, walked
majestically up tho nlslo nnd handed
to tho Spenkor the Governor's bien
nial to tho Legislature.
On motion of Rico, becauso tho
members all had copies on their
desks, only tho first and last para
graphs of tho messago wero read. On
motion of Castro tho messago was
laid upon tho table, to bo taken up for
consideration later It was referred (o
the Printing Committee for transla
A message from the Chief Justice
was received and reading deferred.
Thanks to Kuhio.
Kalelopu Introduced a resolution ex
tending to tho Delqgato to Congicss
tho thanks of tho Houso for Ills ef
forts In behalf of Hawaii and Inform
Ing that Ills work Is fully appreciated.
Tho resolution is us follows:
H no It Resolved, Ily tho Houso
II tally for his success In securing, 8
nmong other things, approprla- tt
tt tlong for tho construction of the H
tt naval station at I'earl Harbor,
tt fortltlcutloiiH at Honolulu and tl
4 I'earl Harbor, a public building at tt
tt Honolulu, lighthouses on all tho St
tt Islands of this Territory, tho Hilo U
tt breakwater, nnd appropriations tt
tt for dredging Honolulu harbor, and tt
tt for a lighthouse tender, and tt
tt Ho It Further Resolved, That tt
I tt tho Dclegato bo informed of the tt
tt high appreciation of this body for tt
tt the ability, faithfulness and devo- tt
tt tlon to duty shown by him in fur- tt
tt therlng tno Interests and well bo tt
tt Ing of tho cntlro Territory In Con- ti
tt gress, and, tt
tt Ro It Further Resolved, That a ts
tt copy of this resolution bo sent to it
tt said Delegate by tho Clerk or this tt
tt body by tho first outgoing mall, tl
Rice Introduced the ffst bill of tho
nesBlon, an act (o appropriate money
to defray the expenses of, the session
of tho Legislature. The bill was read
tho first tlmo by title and passed, and
wns placed on tho calendar as tho
beclal order of tho day for tomorrow.
Affonto s String.
Affonso, under suspension of tho
rules. Introduced bills as tallows;
A bill to encourage tho coffoo Indus
try. This measure exempts .from tax
ation property used In coffeo cultiva
tion, up to 20 acres of laud.
A bill to amend Section , R. L.
relating to Income tax, raising tho
amount of oxemptlon to $2000.
An Act to amend Act 39, S. L,
the act creating counties.
This resolution raises tho salary of
tho- County Clerk of Hawaii to )2000
and that of tho deputy sheriff of Ha'
makua to 11200.
An Act to protect purchasers of real
estate from fraudulent conveyances.
This makes tho convojnuco of any
land with Informing tho purchaser of
any undischarged mortgage an of
lenso punishable by Imprisonment of
trom one to five years.
An Act to alter tho boundaries of
tho Senatorial districts of tho Tcrrt
ton- of Hawaii by dividing the Terrl
tory Into Ave Senatorial districts. The
purpose of this Act Is to give tne
County of Hawaii two Senators.
Ship Subtldy .
An Act to encourage th. cu.ltvattou
of fruit and vegetables and provide lor
transportation of same to tho main
land. Tho measure authorizes tho Gov
ernor to enter Into a contract with any
rcsponslblo person or Arm to privldo
cheap and proper sea transportation
to the mainland and to pay a Biibildy
of not to exceed 150,000,
Joo Cohen Introduced a bill lopcal
ing tho Income tax law; a bill ninenl-
Ing tho property tax law; mid a pill
to amend Section 1225, R. I. Cohen
would aboil bIi tho Income taxe, mike
the personal proicrt);.tax 1V4 pur cent
mid Impose this only' upon properly In
excess of $G00.
Castro introduced a resolution,
"Whereas, tho nccoptatico of tho JJ'V
000 under conditions Imposo) )iy Act
of Congress Is a matter tint Hun with
In the province of tho membeiK of tho
Legislature of the Terrltor) of Ha
"Whereas, tt Is tho determined pol
icy of the members of snld I.t'glslatuio
to adhere to and carry out uvry prln
clplo whereby tho Territory may bo
benefitted" etc. concluding wl(h tho
resolve that If tho session should ex
ceed sixty days, tbo members should
tako no pay tor the extra days beyond
Needs the Money,
This cloth has now become a great favorite on account
of Its fast color and durability. We are now showinR a
Full Range in Stripes and Solid Colon, 29 inches wide,
20 A YARD! SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
drawn by tho Governor nnd uioxcutci'
Tho Speaker announced thu st tnding
committees, which III bo found elso-
whore In this Issue.
Oahu Loses Fight.
Rice introduced a resolution making
9 o'clock a. m. tho dally hour for thu
assembling of tho House. Rice nnu.il
that he thought it would bo a r."ud
Idea to get to work early so as ti have
the afternoons for commlttoe work,
and show tho pcbplo bf tho Territory
that the legislators are ready to do all
Shinglo opposed this, Ho thoiu'H
10 o'clock early enough, nnd offered
an Amendment to that effect.
Rico defended his resolution. "We
want to get through In sixty dajf" ho
said. Tho members from the other
Islands have to leave their business
and wa want to got back.'
This suited Kanho. "We Ucn't want
to have to stay hero tor an e:.tra pi:s-
Blon," ho said "If wo are to get no
pay for It,
Cohen suggested n compromise, to
make tho hour 9:30.
Carley vigorously supported tliu res
oliitlon, saying tljo ouUldo members
wcro making neavy saennecs in torn'
Ing down to tho session nnd, they
Douthltt thought It would l.e 'letter
to work later in the nfternoon uud even
at night, rather than have to pet it )wn
at 9 In tho morning. That cxt rahiuir
In tho morning Is the only tlmo wo
have to attend to our prlvnto huslnesn,
he said. I earnestly request the other
members to allow tho members from
Oahu to have that extra hour In tho
Coney thought It would bo better if
the Oahu members would get up early
In the morning nnd attend to their bus
iness." Down on Kauai we arc In tho
habit o fslecplng at night," ho said.
Tho motion to make tho hour 10
o'clock wns lost and tho Oahu mem
bers lost their first battle. Tho Houso
Will assemble at 9 o'clock In the morn
8enate Must Pay Own Dills.
Rice offered a resolution to tho effect
that lho Senate bo Informed that nit
bills from that body must bo translat
ed Into Hawaiian before being consid
ered by the House. Rico explained
that tho reason for tho resolution wau
that last session tho bills sometimes
came down untranslated and tho Houso
had to pay tho bflls for translation of
Bulletin Business OfHm Phono 250.
wanted to get through 'and bsck huiii.Bnlletin Editorial Boom Fhons 185.
lip To Date
This eleclted tho samo old protest
from KanlhoJIiakho-madu. last your i
It might bo ulF rlgliFro? the membeis
from Honolulu to serve wlt'Mmt pay
but not Kunlho. lie wanted his money
uud If it should bo necessary to have
an extrn sosslon, he expected to bo
tt of Representatives of tho I.egls- tt paid for If. Ho moved tho Indefinite
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Chaplain Rev, W N. Lono.
Janitor S. w; Kahlonu.
tt latino of tho Territory of Ha- tt
tt wall- tl
tt 'lhat tho congratulations and M
tt thanks of this body bo extended tt
tt to the Honorable Jonah Kuhlo Ka- tt
tt laulauaolu, Delegate to tho Con- tt
tt gress of the United States from tt
tt this Tcrrfltnry, for tho results tt
it achieved by him dining tho past tt
tt sessions of Congress, and cspec tt
postponement of tho resolution. His
motion was put. but was overwhelm
ingly voted down and thu h solutbu
8Up at the Governor.
Affonso then Introduced a resolution
upprovlng lho land bill introduced Into
Congress -by Kalaiilatiaojo, This Is
the slap direct at tho Governor, us Ku
bio's bill Is the antithesis of tho one
FE TAKE PLEASURE in an
nouncing that we have se
cured the services of KB.
N. SWAHN to take charge
of OUR TAILORING
DEPARTMENT. Mr. SWAHN is
well known in thu city, having been
for a number of years cutter for S.
Roth, andwas formerly with Hart
Bros, of San Francisco, and M. Rock,
Fifth Avenue, New York.
Wc have also added to our Tailor
ing staff two Expert Tailors, and are
row in a position to turn out orders
equal to the best merchant tailors on
We are showing some Very Ele
gunt'SUITINOS New Goods just to
L. B. KERR & CO.,
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