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Certain lines to be en
tirely closed out, regard
less of cost. This will
2 Piece Suits,
We have 100 SUITS, just
received by the s.s. Alameda,
consigned' to us by our New
York agent; original cost, $12
eacjfi, and will be on sale to
clear at $9.50 per suit.
All at Slaughtering Prices .
This Sale begins
SATURDAY, FEB. 5,
,at 8:00 a.m.
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.
EVtirttNO BULLfef IN, H60t.OhO.
TO VISIT MANY PLACES
A Former Successful Candidate Gives
A Hint To This Year's Contestants
The nlcasurc of traveling this
BCrlptlon, 15,000 otcs; now subscrip
flnn vpnr'u lilisprlnttotl to thO
Bummer for six weeks na tho guestB
of tho 11 u 1 1 c 1 1 n is noi 10 no
confined to n lalt to the Yoscmlto
AVuokly 11 j
CUUIinCtl lO a Man. lU lll lUSUIimr IfVUIVlf II M I
Valley, ns tho trips offer many other, Hon, 100 votes;
.. t a .. . 1 t it VT nit In . rt nn
nlcaslnc tnnel events. Notnhln
nmong these, of course, Is the wcok
or more to bo spent In Ban l'ranclsco
as the guests of the Hotel Manx.
The Manx Is rapid!) gaining nn on
vluble reputation in Honolulu as om
ct the best hotels In San Francisco,
ami tho names of many Honolulu
Innclcrs can.nlwnjs lie rouna on me
rcfclster of this hotel. Mr. Arrol,
.ifvalbtnnt manager of the Manx, who
Is nuw In Honolulu, has niado many
ncqualnlnhtes heie, and he Istmuch
Interested In the propobed visit of
the, popular oung ladles from Ha
waii and Bnjs that ho will spar,o no
tfloit to make their Walt to San
rianclito tho most pleasant part of
tho whole trip. Daring their stay
thcro ho Intend to nrrango scvoral
icceptlonB and glvo n personal es
cort to all of tho party who. wish as
flstaifco In getting about tho new
It may cccin that It Is a little
cirly to commence talking nbout the
plcasmca that these trips will ni
fnr.i. liornro ccn t'.io names of the
ladlc3 who will tty to earn one of
tie trips is known, uui nccoraing 10
the lcws of rome of tho candidate
Hint ! the moit lntorcitlns nue3tlon
they know of. 8omo of tboso who
h ivo b"n nominated. Mid have been
irvtii rf tholr. nrmlnatlins byfilcnds.
.110 tletonnlncj to recuro ono of tho
trim nnd nro nrcnarlng for the
filendls battlo of otcs that Is cer
tnln lo becln shortly after the
linmna of tho candidates nro pub-
ltl.A.1 Cnlnwlnv Mnrrh T.. I
I i .La nniittmn thniiih It la Tint
1 111 luc iC....V, ..mU... .-
I in,, into fni others in be nominated
nnd secure tho thrfeo thousand otcs
, given as n bonus with tho nomina
tion coupon:!, which are prinieu in
pirnv li3tie nf tho 11 u 1 1 0 1 1 11.
' Whle thoro hao been eovcral
imiilimllnni for cliancrono mnuo
rtiica the announcement of thaopcnO
1 .. . ... I. , n Ula
mg or me corneal, n i hui iuu id
to enter and still secure the sup
nort nf innnv subsc.lbors. Vou will
Ivnninrnlini- Hull lll.i nillteSt for Cll.lD
'crono Is to be an Intcr-laland one, as
I tho candidates for chaperone nro to
Ono of tho Impoitant thinss to oc
successful In ono of thoie contests,
ihlnlcH one vouns lndi who was suc-
ccsbful In pioUcus contest, is to
lot pcoplo know that you wish" their
support. "Let jour acquaintances
lUnov; )Ou nro a candldato and tho
'reit u ihev.'' Is the way sho states
'it. There words, coming from one
luim lina exnerlonced a noimlnrity
'rnntrsi. imv contain n hint In them
that will bo of valuo to some 01 1110
contestants who are entering this
contest. "Experlcnco Is a great
I teacher, nnd no ono has proven that
'nun should not nroflt by oth'ers' ex
perience," Is nlmo3t a maxim in uub
Iness clrclc3, and this contest U
nothing moro than a business prop
osition of getting subscriptions and
renewals for tho Bulletin, lor
which tho cnndldnto gets paid n
great deal more than the mual com
mission, besides nil tub fun of tij
Ing. And tho trjlng la fun, although
unnm nmv amllo wlsolv now nnd
MMnk I' Is not. It Ib tho kind of
fun a business man or woman flnJa
in ipniru cucuccJ 111 soma active on-
terpilto. It Is the '..Md of fun nn
old biulno33 nnn of sjventy yeaiB
of age, who was Immensely wealthy,
ifcund In stnylng In active buslncbs.
When nbked to explain why he liked
It, ho found It dimcult to do bo, nnd
niter hesitating gao tho following
nnswor, "It's Just fu-that'B whj!"
I THE DISTRICT ARE A3 FOLLOWS
UiBiriCl JNII. 1 lnciuaua IIIU ") mm
County of Honolulu.
1 Dlitiict No 2 Includes tho County
Dlstrlit Nn. 3 lncludo3 tho County
Dlitrlrt t'.o. 4 Includes tho County
Ccn't forget the candidates foi
chaperone are candldates-at-large.
You miy tako tho trip any tlmo ou
tlioosc, singly or In gronpi
VOTC8 ON 6UB0CRIPTIONS AL.
LOWED A3 FOLLOW8
Ono mnih's subscription to tho
r. v a n 1 11 ir D u 1 1 0 1 1 n Old sub-
rcilntlon, 100 vntos: now subscrip
tion 121 votos.
Turoo nnnths' subscription to tho
Kvonlng nullotln Old sub
scrlptlon, 350 votes; now subicrlptlon
Six months' rubscrlptlon to tho
Kvonlng n u 1 1 o 1 1 n Old hu1
scrlptlon, 800 votes; now Buhscilptlon
Ono car's subscription to thi
Evonlng IJullotl n Old sub
scrlptlon, 2000 otcs; now subscrip
Plvn VMro1 jiiihsrMntlon to tho
t. if., 7nfrn6DAY. FED. 17, lilA
Woekly nullolln Old subBcrl-
tlon, 1250 otos; now auuscnption,
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN 13
Ono msnth'a subscription to tho
n von I lis Bulletin, 76 cents.
Unco montlib' subscription to tne
ttuofilni. n 11 1 1 p 1 1 n t200.
Six months' subscription to tho '
Bvonlng Pullotln $400.
Twelve monthB1 subscription to tho
Evening Julletin, uu.
FIvo cars' subscription to
livening Hullotln, J40.00.
One car'e subscription to
Woekly Bulletin, 31.00.
Fho ) oars' eubscriptlon to
Wooltly BlMlotln. 15 00.
He tin Old Btibscrlp-
i u 11 u uiu nuuo...,.
now subscription, 125
gj I .
3000 Free Votes 3000
IS THE BUILETIH'B QHEAT DOUBLE POPDLAB
PRIZES FIVE FBEE TBTP9, FOB FIVE POPULAR
LADIES OF HAWAII, TO YOSEMTTE NATIONAL PARK
AND TOUR OF CALIFORNIA.
HE ACCOMPANYING NOMINATING BALLOTS ara'
eood for 3000 FREE VOTES in tho Evening
Bulletin'! GREAT DOUBLE POPULAR-VOTE
nnirrfCT n.l.t.1. SATITTJTIAY Ifarnh B.
bull 1UOA wii uau m .--, ,
1910, and if clipped oat and properly filled in. will entitle
the woman whow name appear thereon to 300O Vote.
The coupons mutt be properly filled in, iririntr the full
name and addrese and the district in which the candi
date live, and must ba idepoiited at the" EVENING
. BULLETIN offloeon or before MARCH $,
Each contestant is allowed only one of theeo ballots,
and if more than one appear for the same contestant, they
will be thrown out and not counted. ;
tiih' Remember, the contest open SATURDAY, MARCH 5
1910, and thoie who intend proposing: some youn woman'
in thi popularity raoe hould do o at once. All you have
to do to enter omeone of your choice ii to clip thi cou
pon' from thi iue of the BULLETIN and mail or
brtor tame to the BULLETIN oflre, and when the
fiw announcement of the name i made the will have
3Q00 vote opposite her name.. W
&u may, if von wish, nomlntte candidates for
butlra trip and Chaperone Contest.
Trip Contestant Nomination
" N Coupon
Gbod for 3000 Votes until
'5 p.m. Saturday, March 5th
I hereby nominate a a cendidate in the Even
ing Bulletin') Double Popular-Vote Contest, for
'inp .(Contestant in District No.
Address ' '.,......
Nominated by '.
" Only the first Nomination Coupon received for each
candidate will comt for 3000 vote. Fill oat sH the
lines of this coupon and moil or brjnc to tin Contest
Department, Evening Bulletin, Hono'.alu,
Yoa may, if 70a 'wish, nominate condidatesv, for
; both a Tr.p and Ohafeerone Contestant. ,
. Chaperone Contestant
Good for 3000 Votes until
5 p.m. Saturday, March 5 th
I hereby nominate as a candidate in the Even
ing Bulletin's Double Popular-Vote Contest, for
Trip Chaperone, '
Only the first Nomination Coupon received for
each candidate will count for 9000 votei. 'Fill out all
the lines of this coupon and mail or bring to the Con.
test Department, Evening Bulletin, Honolulu,
Address all inquiries to
-K'Manager, Contest Department,
JAMES B. M0 SW ANSON will have charge of the con
test for the Bulletin.
OFFICE H0UHS 11 a. ra. to 1 p. m.; 3:30 pv m. to
4:30 p. m. '
In White, Pit.k, Blue, Yellow,
maac and nicely trimmed
. Sale begins on MONDAY, the 14th
Are You Looking
For a Sole-Mate ?
Wo have a'pir of them here for you.
We guarantee to fit you so perfectly and
..(Arf.UU:n R..t SVinM lll.t vou will
nevef wear any shoes but Regals hereafter.
mv vou tha Uteft New
York cuitom slylet whkh
you don't get in other rtady-to-wear
shoes. And Regal
quarter-ilxes afford you
made-to-meature fit. No
need to tell you about
Regal quality everyone
knows it is standard.
Regal Shoe Store-'
King and Bethel
Sl'-V .. .-
oraMaJ Lfc&T ft
for every .purpose are to be ( had here. Our perfumery is
psrfect in its frapance, and exquisite in its delicacy.
Every article for the boudoir toilet is to be had hers. ,
Benson, Sinlih & Co., Ltd.
VoflT AND HOTE. STREETS
Classy Gentlemen's SHirts
50 cents up to $1.00
SEE OUR SWELL LINE OF NECKWEAR
Styles are always correct when you get your furnishings
L. AHOY, Nuuanjgtreet
Notice rio Customers
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT JOHN. J. '(JACK) MC- x
QUIRE IS NO'LONQES IN 0URvEMFL0Y AND HAS NO
AUTHORITY TO SOLICIT BUSINESS FOR US. ',"""
J. ABADIE, FB0P.
tion. 2500 otes.
rU A ina' culiarrlnllnii tn flip
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