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Knrm March 15
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VOL. XI. NO. 4230.
10 PAOES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, MARCH 15, 1009. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
BULLETIN CONTEST CLOSES -TONIGHT
FOR TRIP TO
'; ALASKA-YUKON EXPO
CANNON NEAR DEFEAT
JT 8 TONIGHT
' Mlsslda McKeauePassej
FiYe Hundred Thousand
FitOM THEATER STAGE
Key To Ballot Box Now In Charge
of Chairman of Count
yrhc Contest Malinger counted tlio
ntoi for the Invt time Saturday cvo
iiIiir and tlio licy to tho ballot-box
was turned over tu 12. U. White .tills
morning, and he wllLJia on hand nt
-S o'clock SIIAItl' thlH evening ami
open tho boc tor the final muni.
Messrs. Porter, Steven, and Mariieu
will nlso ho on bond nt tho mmio
time tn assist In tho counting of tho
ha I lots.
Arrangements luno been, mado
with MrPollard, who presents tlio
' Standing. of Contestants
SUBSCRIBERS SENDING THEIR SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE B U L
LE T IN OFFICE MUST ALWAYS MENTION THE CONTESTANT'S
NAME. NO VOTES WILL BE ISSUED UNLESS THE CONTESTANT'S
NAME APPEARS ON SAME.
DISTRICT NO. 1.
INCLUDES THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
Miss Ida McKeague Aiea 615,263
Miss Martha Voss, emp, Sachs Co. . .Honolulu 398,350
Miss Lela Dinklagc .Honolulu ,. . . . 385,860 ,
Miss Sophie dc la Nux, Wichman Co. Honolulu 374.836
Miss Florence Winter Honolulu 283,390
Miss Lizzie Ten Sue Kau Honolulu 271,586
Miss Nellie McLain Honolulu 255,685
Miss Millie Duchalsky Honolulu 125,698
Miss Margarctte Lum . Honolulu 98,461
Miss Madeline Dutra '.'. ...... Honolulu 83,609
Miss A. Todd Rodanct ... Honolulu 79,531
Miss Mary Dias .Honolulu ' 77,378
Miss Amoy Fook Tai .Honolulu ,.... 71,462
Miss Amy Awni Halciwa 66,161
Misi Lizsic Fcrrcira Whitney &Marsu,Honolulu ".... 52,733
DISTRICT NO. 2.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF HAWAII.
Miss Mercy K. Akau Hilo ... ., 217,503
Miss Trinnie Mnrcos Kailua : 210,063
Miss Elizabeth, K. Victor Hilo . 186.458
jMiss Annie Hattie Kohala 182,442
Niss victoria Homer JMo 163,124
Miss Louise dc Harne Kohala, Hawaii 75,861
l3k."&SSk l v ' i
Miss Julia K. Kawewchi Keauhou
Miss Hattie SalTery Honokaa
DISTRICT o. a.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF MAUI.
Miss Jennie Hansen Wailuku
Mif3 l'lorcure Ho Lahaina
Miss Mabel Waiaholo Lahaina
Miss Mary Gohier Lahaina
MissEva Scholtz ; Wailuku
Miss Hattie Ralino Mnkawao
Miss L. K. Hart , Wailuku
Miss Esther M. Hanuna, Hana' ,
DISTRICT NO. 4.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF KAUAI.
Mits Florence Dcverill .Hanalei, Kauai .....
Miss Miriam Mundon .-. . .Kapaa, Kauai
Miss Connie Fassoth . .Waimea, Kauai
Miss Mable Hastie -....Eleele j-.... ..
miss lnrcnne r . aiiva waimea. jvjiuri . ,
Miss Ethel E. Edwards Kilauea, Kauai
MISS FLORENCE DEVERILL
nf .Hanalei, Kauai, who leads
District No. 4
"Gaiety fJIrl" nt the Hawaiian Opcin
House tonight, to announce the re
sults of tho mutest between nets, and
thoso Interested In tho icturns may
Mud It moro pleasant to go to tho
Opera Houso tonight and witness ono
of Mr. Pollnrd'H licst production!) anil
at tho tshnio tlmo receive the returns
from ono, of tho most successful cou
(Continued on Page 9)
Contestants may take the trip any time they choose.
Contestants nro not limited to the district in which they are entered,
but are allowed to secure votes from any other District, County or State.
CONTEST CLOSES MONDAY. MARCH 15TH,
8 O'CLOCK P. M. SHARP.
RULES FOR CONTEST CLOSE
At S o'clock tho alarm-clock hell will sound the close of tho
(ontcr.t Monday night. All contestants and friends In tho of.
Hie at .that tlmo will ho waited upon. The Judges will then tnko
the liiillcit-box for tho flnnl count. Immediately tho box Is op
ened the roilWfllantB and their friends may witness tho last
tount of tho ballots, Tho winners will bo nnnounccd nfter tho
iliwe nf tlio count. All conic? tan Is are requested to bring some
ono Willi them 'to watch their Interests while tho count Is. being
taken. Keuicmbcr, 8 o'clock U tho contest close.
Logan's CallHOUSE REBE
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Bulletin Business Office Phono 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
TBcijunto-.Ctitrftrd Ot& Ouic
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Is it pronerly drawn up ? Is
every little detail, every mi
nor point, clearly covered 1
Let us confer with you
about your will. Wc make no
charge for a consultation.
llrlttanln cnliio t'J Columbia's as
sistance this morning. When It bc
enmo evident that tho V S. S. Iio-
quoin ami tho Matson tug Intrepid
could not dlflodge tlio stranded Army
transport 1-ogan from her licit li on
tho (oral icef, II, R. H. Caulirlan rnst
off her moorings' and piocnedod to the
atsl&lnucu of Iho beached troopship.
, Up until 1 2 H 4 oYloul. this aftcr
ronn, the Logan hid hcou moved four
fed toward deep water Hut for the
patting of n cabo nt a critical mo
.lion t. she might liavo lieroi gotten oil
tho reef hours ngo. hut the lime re
(11 1 roil to gel Another line out, guvp
licr opportunity to settle In her new
Cambrian To Rescue
It was shortly before S o'clock this
morning that Captain Lewes of the
Cambrian cave tbn order to nrnrned
to the asslstanco Of the I'gan. Tlio
gray ship of war anchored In the.
stream about 100 Vhrds1 astern of'tho
dlbtrcbscd vessel (nml sent n cable
The hempen hawsers, such ns the
Iroquois and Intrepid mado use of,
were of no nvnil under the terrific
fctraln exerted by the Cambrian's
powerful engines, and 11 steel-wiro
line, three and one-half Inches In
diameter, wns used to connect the
When all wns In rendlness tho lg
nul was given, tho Iroquois and In
trqpld threw themschen llko spirited
colts on their tmvllncs.wlillo tho big
Cambrian, llko n great', amphibious
draft monster, started tugging.
The powerful engines of Ills llrlt
tunnlc Majesty's cruller churned tho
water Into foam, tho cnblo tightened.
nnd tho combined power of threo
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cents, or fu.w per ton. Previous
. BEETS: 88 analysis. 10s. 4 l-2d.
Parity. 4.10 cents. Previous quota
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Mary Alice Peacock today tiled n
petition tn havo the will of tho latu
W. C. Peacock admitted to prolmtu.
.ludgo ftnhlnsnn appointed Cecil
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boats mlded to that of the logan,
tugged and worked to" loo3cn tho
khlp from lis berth on the coral.
Suddenly tfic cry went up -"Slio's
moving!" Sure enough, icluctnntly
but sure! thn reef was relnxlng 11b
bold. Hut Jurt hcn It seemed that
victory was at hatid, the Cambrian's
towllnc nnrtcd like 11 canon shot.
I'linld, the troqunls and Intrepid
were unable .to accomplish anything,
o n lent was taken while tho Cam
brian tent aboard another fine.
A Heavier Line
This tlmo It-was n five and one
half Inch steel wlro cnble that went
u board the heaviest lino used
nmong seamen. Tho new Una was
made fnst by no means nn easy op
eration. When all was again li readiness,
tho signal to sturf pulling went to
tho foremast head of tho Cambrian.
Kunpcls belched' smoke, propellers
churficd tho gray harbor waters to
suowy foam. Ipw-lincs creaked and
eroancd and the Iignn gradually
fclld backward, slow but suro vns
the progress. Kvery Inch was con
tested ns n battle of Levlnthnns, hut
tho coral reef waB forced to relax lis
hold upon Its prey.
Just at tho crucial moment, when
onlookers wcro holding their breath
In anxious expectancy, tho great
five and one-half inch lino parted,
nnd again progress came to an abrupt
This tlmo thre. lines wero sent
nbonrd tho Logan from tho rrulvur.
two of three nnd one-half Inch diam
eter, and qnp fvo and a half inch
line, It took softie tlmo to get tho
lines out, though, and, In the mean-
(Continued on Pate 2)
Drown as tempornry administrator.
The CBtOjtc.lH represented to consist
of real property to tho amount of
S75.000 moro or less, nnd personal
property to the amount of about
Tho will provides that tho eslato
shall he placed In trust and one-third
oftho Income paid to tho testator's
mother nnd two-thirds to his daugh
ter. The trust Is to terminate when
the daughter thai! be 25 cars old.
y rA''.lL :1t!mIsTP I. u 1 r fiwK
The 1)111 family, living near
Prlnpeion, Ind., Is remarkable In
that fourteen brothers and sisters,
nil of tho Mime parents, arc living
nnd well, and none was born later
than Juno 14, 18Sr, (ho combined
ages being 1010 years. Originally
there were eighteen children, threo
dying when joung.
the het there is in the heme artt
to be had from us promptly for a
small fee above the usual price. Bet
ter get the best mere is.
SERVICE. PHONE 361,
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VICE PRESlDENf SHERMAN, PRESIDENT Or THE SENATE, AND
UNCLE JOE CANNON. SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE
WASHINGTON, D. C.; March 15. After one of the most scnsnlionnl
Contests of recent years, Congressman Cannon wjs todny reelected Speak
er of the House of Renresentativcs by the narrow maigiu of four votes.
The Republican insurgents combined with the Democrats to defeat Can
non arid nearly accomplished it.
The insurgent forces, however, were net without their victory. Fol
lowing the election of the Speaker the,, resolution' to reject the old rules
under which Cannon held arbitrary sway, was earned by a majority of'
thirty-nine votes. A resolution to n'r.cnd the rules was carried by tho
The Speakership fi"ht was the c:ukr of intcrALat thc'asscmbling of
the extra session of Congress to consider' the 'tuiff. The meeting of the
Senate, presided over by .Vice Prcsid-'nt Slrnr.au, was without incident.
-i 1 1
Los Angeles' Mayor
LOS ANGELES, Calif., March 15. The City Council has elected
W, D. Stephens, Republican, Mayor of the city in place of Hnrncr, ic
CONTEST WILL OF LUCKY BALDWIN .
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.. Marcli 15. The widow of the Into "Lurky"
Baldwin will contest hfs will tliat leaves the greater part of his fortune
to his children. ' '
WENT TO WATERY GRAVE
LOWESTOFT. Enc. March 15. The German shin Marcvcthn was
sunk today in collision with tho steamer Marcot. It is feared that six
teen or thoso on board are drowned.
CALIFORNIA RAILROAD LAW
SACRAMENTO. Calif. Mnrrh 15 Tim bill rmnrnfrrimr 11, U,,l,,
Railroad Commission to fix maximum rates luu gone to the Governor.
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