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BVENINa BPXLBTW. HONOLPWT. j! MONDAY, FED. 21, 1010.
FIVE FREE TRIPS FOR FIVE LADIES OF HAWAII TO
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With Several Weeks' Visit in San Francisco and California Bav District
WHILE in San Francisco the party will be eiltkained at the Hotel Maftx. The Bulletin will furnish
First Class Transportation and Hotel Accomodations fbtf these Five ladies, who will be selected
by the Bulletin readers in a '
Grand Double Ptilar Voting Contest
c his contest is open to eveiy woman of good character in Hawaii '
, HOW TO ENTER THE VOTING CONTEST-AU thit is heeded are a pairL of scissors, a lead pencil and "energy
THE FIRST thing to do Cut out
the nomination blankwhlch
will be found In each Issue or
The Evening Bulletin. FM
In the blanks with your name, etc., '
It you wish to nominate yourself, or
with the name of anyone else whom
you may choose to'nomlnate. Uo very
careful to wrlto'plalnly, so that iere
can be no possibility of an error be
ing made. There Is no doubt that
4-many contestants will be .careless In
making out their nominations and -subscriptions,
though wo wish "to
, avold It os far as possible, and will
ask the co-ODeratton of those .Inter
ested. n tho contest, please., bear
1Msfn"mlnd wheu'securlng" subscrlp
tlons'to The Bulletin. f
THE SECOND thing to do Send
or bring the nomination blank
to the Contest Manager of
Tho Evening B iH'l o 1 1 n, who'
will give you credit for 3000 votes
toward winning one of the, prizes,
and will send you a. receipt bbok-lo
be used when securing sugscrlptlons
to this paper. A representative of
Tho Bulletin will explain i the
proposition In detail, It you don't
thoroughly understand , It, and will
render you any assistance possible.
You must know that we are anxious
to have, you In the race, otherwise
wo would not spend so much, time
and 'use so much, space. in talking to
you about. It. Wi'shsll keep this up
until we have ypu' interetcd,.,elther
for ydureelfi' orJfffo$e .of yont
The Chapikone will be paid a
salary froniuthetime she leaves
Honolulu uittuVshe returns with
the, party. ' V, -; ,
Ar.T irnw i ?
' Cut out and fill out ahifi send
. in nomination blank r '
f'at?6nce haW decided advantage.
THE THIRD thing to do As
soon as r you are nominated,
get but among your friends;
get' them to 'subscribe, for Th.o
Evening or We ektl y B u I e 1 1 n
giving you their votes (vote scale
will, be found In each Issue of the
paper); Sind the subscriptions to
the Contest Manager, (together with
tho amount, covering each subscrip
tion. .For five-year subscriptions to
the Dally IJuJletln you ore
allowed a big vote bonus. A tew of
these subscriptions will put you
bo, high up Id; the list that yuu
won't want to" allow any ono to
beat you: Jhelre Is no reason thai
you should, either, All you need to
do" la' to 'keep right on Nvorklng. Pay
no attention (o how. many votes tome
on else has; lok after your own
cnnUlacjf.Vana ltlVeby'velt a 'oof '
example for the, other contestants.
THE FOURTH thing to do As
toon as ycu have secured ono
subscription? go niter leath
er. This docs not mean that you
will bo compelled to Iobo any tlmo
which should bo spent looking after
your business, whatever that may
be. You ftre to understand that "this
work may' bo dona during your leis
ure "moments, though even If you
wore to spend your time doing no
thing but securing subscriptions to
The llullotln, the reward for
your labor would quite suffice to re
pay .you many times over. Think
what n wonderful profit would bo
yours were you to win one of those
trips that six weeks' summer tflp
to Yosemlte and California, with
stopovers at the principal cities and
bight-seeing points. Tolnts that at
tract tbu'tsts' to mall oytr.thc en
Tot nay, U m wkh, nomiiAt candidate 'for
both a Trip aad Chaperone Oaatottant.
Good for 3000 Votes until
5 p.m. Saturday, March 5th
I hereby nominate u a candidate in the Even
int Bulletin's Double Popular-Vote Contest, for
Trip Chaperone, ,
Nominated by , . .-
Only the first domination Coupon received for
each oandidaU will oount for 3000 votes, nil out all
the lines of this coupon and mail or brine to the Con.
teat Department;, Evening Bulletin, Honolulu,
T. H. , f'H.iikktiJtiiJ
. Address all inquiries to ;
: , , -i".
Manager, Contest Department, :.
:'J .Evening Bulletin: y
Honolulu, T. HI
James B; McSwanson will have charjge of the coh
j - test for lihte Bulletin . .;"
OFFICE HOURS 11 a.. to 1 pi m.; 3:30 p. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Ton may, if von wish, nominate candidate for
both a trip and Chaperone Oonteat.
Trip Contestant Nomination
. - Coupon
Good for 3000 Votes until
5 p.m. Saturday, March 5th
I hereby nominate a a candidate in the Even
ins; Bulletins Double Popukur-Vote Contest, for
Irip Oonteataat in Metric Ho. ,
Only the first nomination Coupon received for each
oandidaU will oount for MOO vote. Fill out all the
line of thia, ooupon and mail or brinjr to tha Contest
Department, Evening Bulletin, Honolulu,
tt ' Tho world's most' famous and tt
St wonderful valloy, with Its solid, tt
it perpendicular granite walls tow- tt
tt crlng on either side for thousands tt
II 'of foet, can now bo easily reached tt
.ti'by elegantly equipped trains and tt
tt a short ride In comfortable stages, tt
tl ;The .most noted writers and poets tt
tt of tho age have tried to ptcturo tt
it in words tho wonders and boau- tt
Q tloa of Yosemlto, but have found tt
their glowing descriptions fall so tt
R short of explaining tho actual tt
tt .conditions that H,ls tho universal tt
tt decision that "no tongue or pen tt
Mean tel" .Think of a large vol- tt
tt umo of water,' foaming, and In ls tt
ttifury, pitching over a precipice tt
tt'slz or seven times higher than tt
tt tho tallest building In the world, tt
tt If five Buch buildings as tho Ma- tt
8,'sonlc Tcmplo, In Chicago, wero tt
ft placed one on top of the other, tt
tt and on top of them should bo tt
tt placed y'ashlngton's monument tt
tt'(S5l feet), and on Its capstono tt
tt nhould.be placed tho Eiffel Towor tt
tt 984 feet, from Glacier Point, ono IS
tt would still havo to look down two tt
tt hundred foet to1 the top of tho
tt Eiffel Tower, and then If they tt
tt wero alt placed on top of Glacier tt
tt Tolnt ono standing on Clouds' tt
U Itest would ,h,avn to look down It
If .nearly two hundred foot to seo tt
tt.tho top of 'tho Tower. Thus Is tt
tt given n faint description of what tt
tt'ono sees In Yoseniltp, Valley. tt
Tho young woman who rccolvos the1
highest number of votes In District
No. 1 will be given first-class transpor
tation to Yosemlte, National Park'aad
hotel accommodations In thoparK
and San .Francisco, .
Tho young woman In District No, 2
will receive the same trip, with, the
samo accommodations as the onrj lii
District No. 1.
The young woman In District No. 3
receiving the highest number of votes
will recolvo tho same trip as the young
women fh Districts Nos. 1 and &' '
Tho chapcrono will recolvo tho. tamtf
trip and accommodations as the young
ladlos, and In addition will rocelvd a
(W votes. '
Ml, bmitlha' nKa.vlnlnn tn (h.
RvdpliOg. Dullotin Old sub-
erlundo, too votes; now subscription,
Ou4 year's subscrlutlon to tho
B( v'n I h g n u 1 1 o 1 1 n Old sub
scription, 2000 votes; new subscrip
tion, 2600 votes.
rive years' subscription to the
Evening Dullotin Old sub
scription, 16,000 votes; new subscrlp
THE TEMPTATION. f
As tabloid drama In which the ab
senco of padding heightens .the effect
of a idramatlo tale simply and Inter
l estlngly 'told.' A' young clerk Is sent
fttiA VAAr'a tiho.rf ntlnn n IIia tm fha r.itv with n hnlr tn thn nav.
W.eokly nti lie tin Old subscrlp- roll. There Is a bllnard raging and
lion, 100 votes; new subscription, 126 ho returns after; the factory Is closed,
vote. ' v Ho would havo1 taken tho monoy
monthly salary while In charge of the" li" j'en" , ,,u?f"?, , a ?. .,V I y vluT Ta,M
.., r JWtekly Dullotin Old subscrlp- but-with so. much money In his own
tlon, 1260 voton; now subscription, I house tho Idea comes to. him to ap.
2000 votes. j proprlato lt for lilmsolf, so ho leaves
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND (tho house and has Ills wife watch tho
THE DISTRICTS ARE AS FOLLOWS
District No. 1 Includes the City and
County of Honolulu.
District No, 2 Includes tho County
District No. I Includos tho County
DUtrlct No. 4 Includes the County
Don't forget the candidates foi
chaperone aro candldatee-at-larga. i
You may talto the trip any time you
choose, singly or In groups.
VOTES ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL
, LOWED AS FOLLOWS
Ono i month's subscription to the
Evening Uulletl n Old sub
scription, 100 vote's; new subscrlp-.
Throo months' subscription to tho
K v o n I n g 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n Old sub
scription, 360 votos; now subscription,
WEEKLY BULLETIN IS
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Bvonlng Bulletin. 76 cents.
Thioe montbV subscription to the
Bvonlng Dullotin, $200.
Biz months subscription to the
Bvonlng Dullotin. 4.00,
money. He gives' hor his hunting
rifle. After ho has gono a tramp.
mado desperate by the storm, Is por
mlttcd to sleep after he. Is warm. Tho
clerk returns in dlsgulso. Tho tramp
comes to the wires relief and over
powers tho, Intrudor. The wlfo Is
.stunned whensho raises the mask to
to be his best work,
Bvonlng bulletin, $8.00.
tfvo years' subscription to the
Bvonlng llullotln, $40.00.
One ycar'e subscription to the
Weekly llullotln, $1.00.
Flvo years' subscription to tho
Weekly D vile tin, $6.00,
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Bulletin Business Office Phone 2JS&
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phon 18ft
band's iienltenco brings forgiveness.,
VICTOR HUQO AQAIN.
"t'nntlne " another dramutltatlon
from Victor Hugo's "I.os Mlscrablcs."
Is to bo shown nt tho Park Theater oir
Moinlay and Tuesday nights' Anyone
who has rvadillugo'tiiwOrkft-hus found
plonsuro an4 profit In "I.es Miner
ables," a classic considered bymany
All of those sub-1
Jects for tho motion pictures are so
thoroughly and Intensely dramatic that'
many persons flnif more, enjoyment III
a "plcturo.,houle'H than In' many tho
aters.nnd'theatrlcal productions, The
action in "Knti(ln" Is Immodlato, es
sentially French, find complete to toh
minutest detail. Wallace and Way are
liotdovtrs, and' their act will bo, mate-;
tlally changed. Mr. Way, will do his
crayon, work Monday and Tuesday
nights. The program for' Tuesday
night will bo appropriate to the event
of which It Is tho-ann'lversaty,
Those who did not take 'tho tip and
e'o L'AsBommoIr at the Empire missed
a, Bllent dramatic treat., Tomorrow
night there Is. to, be a change ot pro
fcrani, and "A Change of Jlesrt" 'will
be n feature film. It Is a subject which
shows the result' of, tevll associations
and their ( contaminating. Influence
"Tho Mastcrpteco'' 'tells .the story of
the monk' who devoted his lite to the
wprk of tho brotherhood, but who held
a place In his heart for the one ho
loved before he donned tho somber
garb of ,a novitiate, "Papa's Hat" la
a series of delightful child pictures
centered In tho life of a little one
who found pleasure Ih her father's op
era hat.' It Is a Very Interesting and
pleasing. picture. Eva Alva and Harry
WTII will continue for another week
vook. In their Inimitable stuntB.
DOYLE GUEST AT
, DUTCH DINNER
Elks Sidp Show Committee
In Cistume Are
Thcro will be a notable gathering
at tho Union drill at five o'clock this
the party who will foregather
tho party who will will foregather
there, will includo the entire mem
burrhlp of the Sldo Show Commltteo
who have been Instrumental In tho
preparation of tho Famous Elks'
Trntl, which Is to herald the advent
of tho Floral' Parade.
, A Dutch treat has been arranged,
and Mine Host George I.ycurgus has
been authorized to go tho limit, tt Is
the: Intention that the scoro or mora
members whoso efforts In behalf of
making the Elks' Carnival a success,
arranged holiday program for tonight
ami tomorrow night. Tho moving pic
tures will show patriotic scenes and
the music will bo appropriate, Tho
vaudovlllo portion of tho program will
offpr some new songs and dances nnd
In all visitors to the show will spend
Tho Novelty Theator has a special 'an enjoynbio hour at tho Novelty,
will appear In carnival costumo.
J. Walter Doylo Is the guest ty j
honor at tho gathering this ovcnlnjg.;!
iiiu trail win uu iiiruwn open :lo il
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iiiu jmuiiu uv nuvuil u VIUCK lllltt vVQ.fl
ring nnd from that tlmo on tho fun $
n,u uu ,iui aim iiiriuua, 1110 v(t.
liimbln' Park Boys hnvo kindly co'n
scnled to act as an escort (or the;
Elks' commltteo, and they will blase
tho way trom tho Grill to tho Trail
Rlth melody from their well organized.-
band. i ff
It la liatlOrllllU rtnalr.1 Ihrtt nvi,'
member of the Sldu Show Coinmlttoi
bo present at tho Qrlll promptly to
nve o clock this evening, Jjfjj
Aiiiung innso wno win do present
will bo A. E. Murphy, chairman; Lor-
tin Andrews, A. R. Cunhn, Jos. :Jj
concii, win. II. Hoogs, C, n, HnllJ-
It. B. Murray, Oeo. A. Martin, Tub's!
A. Ollrlen, Wodo Warren Thayer,, (V
D. Wright, C. V, Waterman, W. ,&
Wlttf, F. E. Howes, Clco. J. O-Nelfl?
I. A. Sawallsh, C. A. Mackintosh, Nol-li
r.on Tl. I-nntlnir fl II Tlnvfa X? m?!
Young .1. F. Doylo, Jas. P. Lynch, ,!
Will. Mpntlillnn. UU. J
. .JiT.. . I
Tho Columbia Iloys had n great tlmp.
HUT nt tlin niitflrtrrmi ninlt in.lA..U,
afternoon an dthoy paddldl about in
ennoess swnm and tried surf-board
stuntB to their heart's content. TWJ, 'i
linnan nnnihlllln'. nln,l . ., l..." .
It.-u viuviiuiiii'u mo uuy,i .
ace wus cheered for tho:
Invitation ho had.cxtcmlod to tho lad??'
S BULLETIN AD PAY.'
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