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EVBNWa BULLETIN, ItrjM6Lt)tU, . li., TUfi36AV, ttifl. iS, Mid
, " 'l
Certain lines to be en
tirely closed out, regard--less
of cost. This will
Dress Goods, -Victoria
2 Piece Suits,
; , Laces, '
We have -100 SUITS, just
received by the s.s! Alameda,
consigned to us by our New
York agent; original cost, $12,
each,-and will be on s,aleto
clear at S9.5 pervsuit.
MEN'S UNDERWEAR, '
HOSIERY, HATS, ,
All at Slaughtering Prices
This Sale begins
SATURDAY, FEB. 5,
at 8:00 a. m.
LB. Kerr & Co., Ltd.
jLfif-ssihif , "" v i' " '" ,,t-
ak&'man.JLXri .x... . ....... .iatt'
Matron Likes Contest For Chaperons
LADIES INTERESTED IN
NO VOTES WILL BE ISSUED OTHElf THANw NOMINATING VOTES
UNTIL AFTER MARCH 4, BUT CANDIDATES WILL BE FUR
NISHED RECEIPT BOOKS WIT! WHICH TO BEGIN WORK.
"Now, thats fair." said a married Evening I) ti I lo 1 1 nOId bud
uonmn after" reading the announce- eerlptlon, 15,000 otes; now qubscrlp
incut of the 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n h Double Hon, 20,00?.
Voting Contest In last Saturday's D u ! .Ono year's subscription to tbo
lotln. "It Bles otliers n ch?ncu be-,Wuol:ly B j Mo tin Old EUbscrlp-
slues the ourtK girls." And It la un-i lion, 100 votes;
.iloubtcdly fad ''and will lroo popular
with Dill let In readers, becauso no
1 ono has n bolter rlsht to choose tho
'chaperono for tho girls than they who
rclect tho urty.
' TflllniV tll. ..Ilt.ll.n.. nf tAlnnlinH. In.
nt"l ll IUIIIIUi; Ul tUIVlVilU 111"
cintrlcs icccUcd at the Dullctln
offlca after Saturday's Bulletin
vns read, tbo Interest In this contest
13 to surpass any ever bold In' Ha
waii. Several jcmiiir women and fsomo
mations called up tbo offco and ask
ed for more Information na to just
how this conto't Is In bo conducted.
Toilaj tbeie cro eUbt ladles who
(signified their 'ullllna.ipCB to enter
thin conlod and koiuc of thorn brought
In the nomination bluuKs and deposit
ed tho slips, thereby securing the votes
glu'u as a licmis to the condldates
J OtherB More nntntnitcd by tbclr
friends and by tbo time this is read
' nt least a dozen regular nominations
will hac liaen made. Pretty good
showing for the beginning, don't
i Hut thc-c nominated to ley have no
ndvantaga oter those who will bo
nominated between now and March
Stii, ciceptlr.ij the alvnntags .that
come ftoni determliutlon. The can
illdato who iirv tier d -s to rnlcr the
raco for this prlre trip to Yoscmlto"
n , f n.lf nn ., ,js.
trlcts has tho advantago ot Knowing
vnut they Intend doing nml not be
ing on the doubtful lUt, of even their
own fi lends. bo contest mnnnWr ud.
vltes that It jon really would llko to
take this trip to the tlalct, that you
nialto up your mind ak once. You will
'gain by doing no In moio ways taau
can bo numciatcd. '
I No otca other than those Issue J
with tho nomination ballot will, be
g'ven flit until aftor tho n-imcs cf
tho cnudid.ttt-w nro imbMihod on Sat
urday, llr.'ch Cth.
t In the niqintlrao. though, you can
begin a canr.mamong our frlcacU
I nbltlng for their rupjiort or better
I rtlll jou enn come to or wrlto to the
Hit I lotln ofllca, and ou will bo
I f uppllcd with subscription celpts, '
jwlt!i wlirh jou cm bcln cj lectlng ,
iiicnoy on sub-cilptlnn nnj when tho
content begin thlo monoy can bo paid
:j I Into tho B u 1 1 o 1 1 In enj votes will bo
if Eiiud Kcro.iung to tho schodulo
lirlnted belo-v. Tills permits of no dis
advantage to any or the contestants,
ntlior than that placed, as a penalty
for Hiojo who delay In entering tho
I Thin contest la iinllkn nnv nthpr
conducted by tho Bull lot 111, as tho
chaptiono Is to ba selected by tbo
pqpu'nr ote of tbo Bulletin read-
ciu as well as tho members of tho
narfj. Tho. candidates for clrtfparone
will bo cinilldatcs at-lpne and may
bo nominated for and otcd from cm
part of tho klaula. Tho ihnporonu (
contest '"will bo an Inlcr-fslaid con
tost, but tho young ladles ot thoparty ,
will bo selected by districts.
THE DISTRICTS ARE AS FOLLOWS
DUtrlct No. 1 Includes tho City and
County of Honolulu. ,
District No. 2 Includes the County
of Hawaii. t '
District No. 3 Includes tho Coirity'
District No. 4 Includes tho County
of Kiuiai. i
I Ccrj't forget the cmdldifco foi j
chapcrone are canLtatevst-litge. 1
i You nny take tho tilu nny llmo you '
cbroFC, singly or In g-cjps. I
I Tho young woman who receives llio
I hlghoEt number of votes In District I
No. 1 will bn ijlyen flrtt-class transpor
tation to Yoiomlto National Park and ,
ho'ol ncrommodatlons In tho park
mid San rranclsco. I
1 Thoroung woman InDistrict No. 2
wllKrocclo tbo sam! trip, with tbo
same nrcommodatlons as tho ono In
Wftilct Nty. 1.
1 lm vouni; woman In District No. 3
teeivln-; tho. b'ghest number of votes
will receive the pmuo trip as tho jonng
w onion In Districts Nos. 1 and 2.
Tho rhaperono will receive tho came ,
trip and accommodations ns the joung
ladles, and in addition will reecho a
monthly salary while In chnrgo of tho
VOTES ON SUBSCRIPTIONS JVL
" LOWED AS FOLLOWS
Ono mouth's subscription to the
Hvonlng II u 1 1 o 1 1 n Old Bub
ecrlrtlon, 100 votes; now subscrlp
tlop 125 votes.
Three months' subscription to tho
Cv onlng 'Dul lotln Old sub
scription, 350 volcsj now subscription
sou oies. j.
nuMiiumiiB Biioscripuon in mo
r," v.o n 1 n g B u 1 1 o 1 1 n Old Fiib
scrlptlon, 800 otoB; now subscription
Ono year's subscription to tbn
E v o n I n g B u 1 1 o 1 1 n Old sub.
Bcrlptlou, 2000 votes; now subscrip
tion, 2500 votca.
Fivo ears' eubscrlptlon to the
Fivo yearr svbecrlntlon to tho
W o o k 1 y yB it Moll n Old subscrll
tlon, 1250 votes; new subscription,
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN IS
Ono .month's subscription ( to the
D v o n I n g l!ullotn, 75 cents. '
lines niontbb' subscription to tho
Hvonlng Bulletin, $200.
Six months' subscription vto tho
evening l ul lotln, Jt.00.
Twolvo months' subscription to tho
Evejrtng Jullotln. $8.00.
live years' subscription to tho
V. veiling Bulletin, $40.00.
Ono year's subscription to tho
Wuokly Bulletin, $1.00.
I'lvo j oars' subscription to the
Woeltly Bo 1 to tin, $5.00.
now subscription, 125
THE BULLETIN'S GREAT DOUBLE POPULAR;'
VOTE CONTEST ,
' PRIZES FIVE FREE TRIPS, FOR FIVE POPULAR
' LADIES OF HAWAII,1 TO YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK
AND TOUR OF CALIFORNIA.
THE ACCOMPANYING NOMINATING BALLOTS aro
good for 3000 FREE VOTES in the EvenlnR
Bulletin's GREAT DOUBLE POPULAR-VOTE
CONTEST which opens SATURDAY, March 0,
1010, and if clipped out and properly filled in. will entitle
the woman whose name appears thereon to 300Q Votes.
These coupons must be properly filled in, eiving the full
name and address and the district in which the candi
dates live, and must be deposited at the EVENING
.BULLETIN office on or before MARCH 5. t
' Each contestant is allowed onlv one of these ballots,
I and if more than one appears for the same contestant, the7
will be thrown out and not counted.
IMF Remember, the contest opens SATURDAY, MARCH 5,
1010, and those who intend proposing some young woman
in this popularity race should do so at once. All you have
to ,do to enter someone of your choice is to clip this cou
pon from this issue of the BULLETIN and mail or
bring same to the BULLETIN oEkc, and when ths
, first announcement of the names is made she will have
?2P vate "PPorttcher name.
'v, You may, if vou wish, nominate candidalcs for
'both, a trip and Chapcrone' Contest.
'Trip Contestant Nomination
41 Good for 3000 "Votes until
"5 p.m. Saturday, March 5th
I hereby nominate as a cendidnte in ths 'Even
ing Bulletin's Double Popular-Vote Contest, for
'irip Contestant in District No. ,
Nominated by ...."
Only the f.rst Nomination Coupon received for each
candidate will count for 3000 votes. Fill out dl the
lines of this coupjn and ma'l or brin? to th Cortwt
Dercrtmcnt, Evening Bulletin, Honclalj,"
You may, if you wish, nominate candidates for
both a Trip and Chaperone Contestant.
v - Chaperone Contestant
V Nomination Coupon
Good for 3000 Votes until .
- 5- p.m. Saturday, March"5th
I hereby nominate as a candidate in the Even
king Bulletin's Double Popular-Vote Contest, for
Address k ,'
Only the first Nomination Coupon received, for
each candidate will count for 3000 votes. Fill out all
the lines ' of this coupon and mail or bring to the' Con
test Department, Evening Bulletin, Honolulu,
T. H. '
Address all inquiries to
Manager, Contest Department,
. ' Evening Bulletin,
JAMES B, MC SW ANSON" will have charge uf the con-
test for the Bulletin.
' OFFICE HOURS 11 a. m. to 1 p."m.j 3:30 p. m. to
4:30 p. m. ' ' '
WHITNEY &MAHESH; Ltd.
In White, PiriR, Jlue, Yellow, Well
made and nicely trimmed
REDUCED TO $4.00
Sale begins on MONDAY, the 14th
Are You Looking
For a Sole-Mate ?
We have a pair of them here for you..
c guarantee to fit you to perfectly and
comfortably in Regil Shoes that you will
never wear any shoes but Regab hereafter.
give you the lateft New
York cufiom styles which
you don't get in other ready-to-wear
shoes. . And Recal
quarter-ilzes afford you
made-to-measure fit. No
need to tell you about
Regal quality everyone
knows it is standard.
Regal Shoe Store
King and Eethol
for every purpose aretib bo had -here. Our perfumery is
perfect in its fragrance, and exquisite in its delidacyi
Every article for theboudotr toilet is to be had her:.
Benson, Smith k Co., Ltd.
F0r.T AND HOTEL STSEETS-
Glassy Gentlemen Shirts ;
50. cents' up to'$1.00
SEE OUR SWELL LINE OF NECKWEAR
Styles are always correct when you get your furnishings
L. AHOY,- Nuuanu Street
Notice rlo' Customers
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT JOHN J. (JACK) MC
GUIRE 13 NO LONGER IN OUR EMPLOY ANDTlAS NO
AUTHORITY TO SOLICIT BUSINESS FOR US. '
' FRENCH LAUNDRY, "'
J. ABADIE, PROP.
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