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Picture Film Of Yosemite Valley
BEAUTIFUL SCENERY IS
LIKE SCENIC CIllCUS
Contest Manager Tells
Candidates How To
u n n a t n tt n
tt Honolulu people nre to be glv- tt
tt en a chance to see jvhat tho tt
tt beiuttfiit scenery In Yosomlte tt
tt Vnlle constate of. at the Art tt
tt Theater tonight nnd tomorrow tt
tt night. Tho picture carries the tt
tt slchtseer uu through Merced t
tt Volley to Kl Portal, where the tt
tt entrance is mado to the great tt
tt national park. From this point tt
tt tho visitor enters Into tho Vnl- tt
tt le and begins to see natures' tt
tt grandest natural scenery un- tt
tt marred by tho work of engt- tt
tt nccrs or settlers. Every lsta In tt
tt Tosemlte Is freo as far as the tt
tt eo can see as tho national gov- tt
tt ernment has supervised overy tt
tt Improvement In tho way of ho- tt
tt tela and camps erected in the tt
tt Valley so as to leave the park tt
tt In Its natural state. tt
tt Continuing the trip through U
tt the Valley one sees the pic- tt
tt turesquc can) oris that have baf- n
tt fled the pen of tho most skillful tt
tt descriptive writers. Spanned tt
tt on each side by walls of gran- tt
tt Ite thaf lift their heights seem- U
tt Ingly to tho skyline, one gels tt
tt tho first Impression of tho great- tt
tt ness of this wonderful park, tt
tt Leaving the hotels the only ovl- tt
tt ilenco of man's work In the tt
tt whole Valley are tho trails, tt
tt which are perfect, to have been tt
tt cut through such barriers, that tt
tt must have faced the builders, tt
tt The" picture while tt can In no tt
tt manner leave the Impression a
tt that a visit to the park does, tt
tt Btlll gives one a fair Idea, of all tt
tt that must be seen by the travel- tt
tt er who spends a few days with- tt
tt In the scenic circus ot Yose-'tt
tt mite Valley. tt
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An after-event to tho great cele
bration; Feb. 22, will bo the -Ladles'
Popularity Contest 'to bo started by
the 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n on Monday, March
The number of candidates who
will onter the contest Is steadily In
creasing In numbers. Every mall
from the other Islands brings the
names of' well known ladles as can
didates In tho contest and not a day
h)s passed since the first announce
ment of the content, that some Ho
nolulu lady has not coma forwaru
nnd;stated that she Intended to en
ter'' the popular vote.gettlng cam
paign. Easy to Get Votes. r
The vote getting this year, will be
comparatively easy. The U l 1 o 1 1 n
has' many subscribers all over the
Islands and all these present sub
scribers will willingly renew their
subscriptions Tlesldes these, there
nre a great many now comers In Ha
waii who can easily be Induced to
tako the II u 1 1 e t i n when Irtey
learn that they can at the same time
lielp some women to earn a trip to
the Yosemite Valley and a tour of
the California Day Districts.
What To Do Now. '
The main thins; for a prospective
candidate to do now. Is to clip out
nnd send In the nomination ballot
so they will get the three thousand
votes given as a bonus to the candi
dates who are nominated between
now and Saturday, March 5th, when
the list of the candidate will first
Then See Contest Manager.
After this has been done, the can
dldate should wrjteto or call at the
II u 1 1 o 1 1 n office and let the can-
test manager explain In detail thej Private Wllberts, Troop M, 5th
'an of the contest nnd supply tliejcavalry, who has been In the Fort
contestant with subscription blanks,
with which to bcgln'work.
Easy Way To
It I the oastoRt thing In tho world
to rid the houno o rats, mlee, cock
roeohea, waterbues, etc, by using tho
old relisbl 8toa.ro' Blectrlo Rat and
RMob Pacta, which hn boon on tho
MU-jtet 'or thirty years.
It Is ready mixed for use and as it
I In, paato form, thero is no powder to
blow away and get Into food.
Be that every package bears the
signature"0' J. J Kearney, and the
yoU wII gt the genuine; Jhe only
gnaranteed.extefmlnator, IheTbnly one
nlll be IsUicd until Mnrch Cth, but
candidates may begin work as soon
pa the) are supplied with subscrip
tion receipts. Any subscription mo
ney rccc)cd previous to the opening
of the contest can be retained until
the opening dale, and then turned
Into the 11 u 1 1 c 1 1 n, nnd the num
ber V votes due wilt be Issuod.
Advantage o? Early Start
Contestants will find that the can
didates who mn'te a good showing
eaily In tho content will receive a
1ari,c Bcntteilng oto fiom people
who ate almost unknown to them.
These nre the voters; who like to
support a winner, and when they
sco komu landldnteVmaklng a good
showing they will turn -their votes
to that candidate.
How to Nominate.
J ii ending In the nomination bal
lots enro should bo taken In legibly
writing the names and addresses and
whatever other Information the
sender wishes to supply.
Bulletin Emolovees Barred. ,.
The u u 1 1 q 1 1 n win noia tne i
right to reject the name of any can
didate who it Is believed does not
fl'i the requirements specified In an
other part of this paper. The con
test manager wishes to assure all
candidates that no pirlalltj In any
form will be rhonn to any of tho
lontcFtnnlH In keeping with this
intention no one in any way con-1
nccled with tho I) u 1 1 o 1 1 n will be
nlluwcd to enter tho contest or do
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poult uauoiB cuppeu iroin mo paper.
None will bo Issued to them on sub-,
Follow Campaiirn Plan.
Tho ladles who will make their
contest campaign most similar to the
one that tho contest manager win
map out tot each contestant, are the ,
ones tint will win those- free trips. i
Ponularltv anil effort brine the re-
quired number of votes to win tUe
peasureB pt this bx weeks' summer
5 FORT SHAFTER NEWS :
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a tt a nn a n tt tt a tt an vt a tttmn una a najtanunttm an
There will bo a reorganization ot
the Kort Shatter ball team within
the next (ew days, and perhaps the
boys will be In shape to play a fast
game Sunday. There will be some
new outfits purchased. Theso In
clude clothing, balls, gloves, etc. it
as been ordered that none, of the
layers will be placed on any duties
htit viill Interfere with ball play-
.'There' was some trouble about"!
this',- whfch. Interfered-, with and
atised a, forfeiture oa game Feb
ruary 13, and the manager and cap
talp of the team are taking steps to
prevent this happening again. Fort
Shatter bad a good ball team last
fcenson, and here Is no reason why
they Bhouldnot better1 themselves
this season, as most all the old play
era are still with' the battalion, and
others that are- fast are now avail
able 'that were not on the team last
Private Lancaster, Company O,
2pth Infantry, was released from the
post hospital Monday,
'Private Neuraan, Company-E, 20th
Infantry,- was discharged from the
post hospital Monday as able for
duty, and returned to his company.
Lance Corporal Thomas, Company
O, was returned to Company O for
duty after an Illness ot a few days
which caused his confinement to trje
Private' Plummer, Company O,
20th Infantry, was released ( from
tho, post hospital 8unday and re
turned to Company O'for duty.
Shatter hospital for some time, has
been reported fit for duty and re-
Rid 'the House of
teats, Mice. etc.
whero your druggie' rtltl refund your
money It II does not do the work.
Apply Stearns' Blectrla Paste at
night, In sinks, pantf loe, etc , and, Id
the morning you can sweep up a pan
tul of dead cockroachoe.
Use It wher there are rats and
mice, and after catrng It, they will run
out of doors to dlo.
All rcllablo druggists sell Steams'
Electric Pasto: 2 os. 'box 25c, 1C oz.
box 11,00, or sent express propatd.
Stearns' Electric Pasto Co., Chlcflaco,
trip to Yosemite and California
THK DISTRICTS ARK AS FOLLOWS
District No. 1 Includes the City and
County ce Honolulu.
District No. 2 Includes the County
District No. 3 Inilude the County
Dictrlet No. 4 lsldc the Countr
Dn't fortjet the candidate fet
hpron ar ndlcttt-larg.
You may take to trip any Urn you
boom, slnilr or In iroap.
VOTES ON SUBSCRIPTIONS A4f.
LOWKD AS FOLLOWS -'
On month's auborinion to to
Bran Ins Bulletin Old sub
scription, 100 voce; new subscrip
tion, IK voice.
Tare months' MbcoripUon to tb
Mvcnlng Bulletl n Old ub
soriptloo, 360 votes; new subscription
4S0 votes. ,
Hx months' subscription to the
livening Bulletin Old sub
scription, tea-votes; new subscription,
lOOOsyotct. . t
One year's subscription to the
Cvenlnc Bulletl n Old sab
iterlpUoif1. 2000 votes; new subscrip
tion, 2500 votes.
Five je.iis rubscrlption to the
Evening Bu Hot In pid db
tcrlptlou. 15 000 votes; new subscrip
tion. 20 000. s
One year's subscription to tils
W e e k I y' B u 1 1 e 1 1 n Old subscrip
tion, 100 votes; new subscription, 1CS
VfvA v.ara anh.Arlntlns 4t aW.
Weekly Bulletin OlcViub
tlou, 10 votes; new aubseripnoa,
THB PRIOC OF THB DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN IS
One month's subscription to the
Evening Bulletin, 7. cents.
Ttue montcV subscription to the
Bvenlng Bulletin, $M0. I
Blx mouiri suoecnpuoti to tm
BrcHlnc Bulletin 14.16
TwelT, woqih subscription to ih
Bvenlng Bulletin, 18 00,
Five yens' subset Ipllon to
v en lug Bulletin, 940 .
On yar't subscription to
weekly Bulletin, llOR.s
Five years' subscription , to
TT k 1 y Bulletin, W.OQl
Bulletin Basinets OmotfFhoiw M
? nA, ttitrv Been TVintfr M
turned to his organization at Scho
flold Barrack H, T. '
Private JJerger, Company O," 20th
Infantry, was released from the post
To the Coast- ,
First , Class Sergeant John H.
Klrby, Company -M, ,SlgnaI, iCorps,
whb.'has (eon at Fort Shatter and
SchoflDld IJarracka In cargo of the
nosl telenhone system since March.
1308, has been ordered .to Join his
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company t- Presidio of-Ban Fran-;
ciiitu, vi., uuu win pr,oc,eea un ins
nrat nvniiaDie transport to that
place. Sergeant Klrby has made his
headauarters at Fort' Shatter, and
tilthough making frequent trips to
Dcnqneia uarracKB, nas spent mosi
of tpU time' at Fort Shatter,'
.Private West, Company H, 20tht
Infantry, has been appolntedl lance
corporal, per company orders. All
of bis many friends nre lad to .hear
of his advancement and all wish -htm
(Lance Corporal Lashley, Company
a, was reported fit for duty Monday
and, returned to Company O after an
Illness of several days.
Cook Bouloun, Company a, has
ben, admitted to. the. post hospital,
and Private Castlemab is acting
cook during his illness. ,. '
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J4J8S M. ACHUCK ' '
WIH8 VOTJGr CONTEST
K ,Out of nineteen contestants for the
frco trip tq tho Volcano, to be given
by tho Elks Trail Committee, Miss
Mary, Achuck proved to be the most
opiiiar. Out ot total of 44,450 votes
cast, Miss Achuck received 1S.260, and
nui iravei lu ma volcano at xne uiks
expense. These votes wero polled In
utmost forceful manner. Special rust
lqra we'ro appointed and these would
pounco uppn unsuspecting visitors and
pructlcally force them to purchaso
ntt' nl fhn rntn nt nnn iAn( nnph
JTlio complote returns of this con-
mai are as ionows:
MIsb Mary Achuck .,, , .,-.15,260
Mlsa Sophie de la Nux 8.790
Miss Carrlo Dreler 6,290
Miss Nelljo McLain 5,110
alss Bornlco Dwlght 2,220
Iss Elsie Saunders ,,.. 1,140
(Ish 0 race Carroll 1,080
miss Anna iioso 1,070
Miss Edith Miller' .' 900
Miss Anna Tucker ,.,
Miss Ellen Murray ,(.,,,,.,
Miss l Mary Johnson
Miss Elizabeth Dutot 1
Miss Oretchen Falko . .m-h
Mrs. A. Zeavo -.'
Miss, Llzzlo Wlcke 100
Miss Mapuana,Potors ...,.,... -60
Miss Nettlo Barnclough , 20
Miss Adolo WIcko
ELKS' TRAIL WILL
BE ANNUAL EVENT
Afrtyatt Court Raktd
' Id Hundreds Of
, Illuminated by thousands of varl
.colored lights and decorated with bunt
ing and utreamors. Tho Elks' Trail last
night was .patronized by thousands of
people, who laid tlicmselvcs out to hav
ing tho tlmo of their lives. With bands
playtnfcVthe shouting of "barkers," and
peals of laughter emanating from ev
ery DOrtlon of tho enclosure, tho scene
was not only animated but positively
There ero not bo many people in
masquerade costume as on tho pre
VlonV evening, but thoso who were
present last night were disguised In
all manner of costumes, Including red
Indlatfsj imiahula girls, BhUtlas, clowns
and even babies.
The Elks police wcro very activo
last night and arrest followed arrest
so quickly that tho Judges sitting In
session atApplcgate Court woro kept
busy 'disposing of tho cases. Tno po
lice setfmed to have a grudge against
tho well to-do citizens of this city, as
only tho most prominent Honoluluans
wwtWarrested on somo trumped up
charge and mado to pay fines amount 4
Ing In all to or rnoro.
AmcKSg'lhoso arrostcd and fined last
night wore, tho Ocrman Consul, who
was flhear2; J. P. Morgan, II, Fred
U Waldron, $1, who was fined an ad
alttohafiH for having tho. audacity to
wear his hat In open court; Mr, von
Holt, and many other prominent clt
liens. This court must have taken In
hundreds of dollars during the two
days the court was In session. This
was quite tho best stunt on tho Trail
and was well patronized.
Tho hula hula girls received a great
deal of attention, and performed their
musclo danco well. Tho danco hall
was well attended and with tho excel
lent Hawaiian quartet In attendance,
many ot tho patrons of tho big show
flahcfJd' until tho Bmall hours of the
morning ' Tho various other side
shows, ( such, as the Punch and Judy,
Olde Curiosity Bhoppe, Vaudeville, and
the voting booth, wcro all well patron
'At tho Freo Trip to the Volcano
booth, where, a voting contest was
neid, many mauninis ana resiuenis oi
this. city wero arrested by tho officials
" v1i '""'t') an dforced to cast their
vote In favor of some Jlr contestant
ho, after being adjudged tho winner,
111 1 bo glve'p a freo trip to tho vol
fnb.ill88 j Achuck received a total
number of votes of 15,260 and was pro
claimed tho winner. Her nearest op-
tqnentgWas Mhs Sophlo do la Nux,
whorecclved 8790 votes. Theso votes
were bought by those arrested and
charged for.' at the rate of one oent
I At 'Intervals dnrlng the evening the
ice cream parlors and soft drinks
booths were well patronized by hot
and 'thirsty Individuals, so that every
)doth and place of entertainment along
the Trail was a money maker. So
highly successful has this undertak
ing been that the Elks propose to make
u Thoso who wero responsible for the
.success, ot the Elks' Trail and who
gave so much of their time and' atten
tion to getting up the several novel
fe'Aturesl6f this fun-making section
pt tho carnival, were tho following:
Grounds W. I Bnory.
Side ShowsA. E. Murphy,
Publicity n.. Conkllng. f
Mljllj! F;'8. Angus.
Balf Geo. H.' Angus. ,
.Program H. B. Christian.
Police J, F, Doyle, chief of police.
Dance Hall George A. Martin.
Pimch'and Judy "L. A. Apdrews,
Hula pahce--Harry Murray.
Vo Olde Curiosity Shoppo A,
Restaurant- A. Sawallsh.
Photo Booth Raymond Irwin.
I Vaudeville Joel Cohen.
' Spielers Chester Irwin. i
Tlckots and Admission M.
Reception Dr. C. B. Cooper.
ParadeJames P. Lynchs
f Ice" h Cream Booth Mrs: Theo,
The Sldejrfows. - ,
Votlng'Booth Oeorge O'Neill. I
Masks and Horns Booth Mrs. J7 M.
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Confetti Booth Mrs. James D.
Candy Booth Mrs. B. A. Douthttt,
Mrs. E, A. D
h lira. A. E.
Tlower Booth lirs. A. E. Murphy,
I.emonhdo Boofti Mrs. Qeo. T.
CASTOR I A.
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I M A. Gunsfci Co.
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Bepr Keeps One; fVell
It is a noticeable fact that those fioMrink
beer are usually healthy men.
You find no dyspeptics among troerh, no
nervous wrecks, rio wasted, fatless men.
The reason is that beer is health full
The malt, and the hopsare nerve foods.
The habit of drinking beer keeps the body
supplied with fluid tb flush out the wast;e.
IKS. LttlCIEL BURT
BY Wl SLING
(Special to Bulletin.)
'hiLO, Feb. 21, Mrs. J. V. Mar
ctel, 'Wife ot -the Principal ot Lau
nahochoe Bchool Is seriously Injure
as the result of an' accident which'
occurred last Monday, February 1'4.
Mrs. Marclel and hor one-jeur-oM
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cuim were pngauucvra mu u vuiliusuii m
driven by Aklona. They"'werogolngJJrggggQ
to lionoKaa; as tpey wero traveling i
along on a public road 'in Kvkalau,
one of tho sugar slings, wtrich was
being run down on a-cuspemded ca
ble to the mill below tho govern
ment road, struck tho carriage and
violently threw Its pnssemgera and
driver to the ground, with such a
,te'rrlnc force that Mrs.,(Murcle lay
unconscious for. some tlmo. Her lit
.tie child, who wasUhrown some dis
tance, escaped Injury, The driver
was also seriously hurt, '
The tori of the carriage was ripped
out so violently that it flew up in
the air- like an umbrella. The car
nage was a wreck on the road,
Mrs. Marclel who is a sister ot
Thomas Nahlwa,tlsf being attended
by Dr. Taylor of-Knkalau. It Is re
ported that Bhe wtil be about again
in a few weeks.
Thomas Nabiwja, stated ihat his
sister may bring a heavy damage suit
against the Kuktlau plantation, for
Ita .negligence, Dor not atatloplng a
man In' that particular locality,
where -tb accident happened.
Since' the accident,, It Is said tfiat
the plantation' people have raised
the suspended ,cablo sd high from tho
ground that t&erg will bo no future
trouble ot a like nature.
BOGUS BAKES FOE '
Fondling Asylum .Superintendent
Tells Qnecr Story About Infant
CHICAOO, January 28 1 Follow
ing a senantlonal story trom Los An
geles that 300 babies had been pro
vided for homes In that city with
out the supposed "fathers" knowing
but what they were their own llceti
and blood, came a statement today
of Treasurer Lyman W. iRogors or
the National Maternity Hosplta) that
there, are In Chicago fully 3000 hus
bands fondling infanta vthat are not
their own, but babies adopted by
their wives, and deluded fathers are
none the wiser.
According to Rogers, 250 Infants
are provided with home every year,
end more than'one-hnlf, he declared
are.bollfcyed by husbands to be their
own. While tho majority of -the
babies are tho offspring of working
girls, they enter homes in stations
high above that which they would
otherwise occupy. ,
"Many chlldleBS women ore' found
In .society," said Dr, Rogejs. "Hubby
will never know. And To when a hus
band leaves town for a time the wife,
ipas us n ulioit visit and when the
I deluded man returns ho finds him
self the proud "father" of the bounc
beer in Hawaii is
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