Newspaper Page Text
p?. Sy"myE.r ftgawjjir3t )jTar7r, j ..-urygj
V5KTT'!w vr ,nv "
1 pl ,Bi r'l'Fl- Wl"
EVENINO OTM-WriN. ItONOMIMVT. II., SATtJRDAIMMAn? 6, 1010,
..ift to. vVrtr-
ii illMjin i Mill I ! M HHMWAmilMMMMtfl
Contestants For California Tour
Number More Than
List Looks Like
Popular Women Directory
Contest Manager Tells Secret, Makes
Prophecy, and Gives Advice of
Bonus Offer Monday.
ricked by their friends nnd so much
'the moro worthy, the nnmes of the
popular women who will be contest
ants tn Hit; 11 it 1 la 1 1 ii s Popular
Voting Contest; Is Riven today. Thcro
oro over one hundred candidates nnd
every section In Ihu IsInndH Is repre
sented by the entrants, oven Molokal
naming n trip candidate. This candi
date will compete wild the Mnul can
didates, as the district divisions tiro
made according to county boundaries.
Some Former Contestants.
In tho list will bo found tho rimes
or somo who have been contestants In
former contests and among them somo
'who hnvp been pilzo winnow. Their
nominations show two things: first,
that n it 1 1 e 1 1 n readers nre consist
ent In their friendships; and, second,
that former candidates uro willing to
have their names entered again In a
popularity test as they were satisfied
with tho treatment accorded them In
Thote Entered Want Trip,
Most of the candidates whoso names
nppear today knew of their nomina
tion In advance of this announcement.
Few pcnplo sent In nomlnatldtjs with
out first consulting (ho ones'' directly
Interested. This Is tho way (I rhould
'he. Thcro Is little uso In entering tho
name f a lady In a contest unless
kho desires to secure tho trip ilffered.
Competent Chaperone Candidates,
In tho list of nominees for diaper
one thcro Is Scarcely n nama .that tho
most particular mother In tliil 'Islands
could scarcely tnko excoptlonl to, as
tho women nro from well known fam
ilies and all have n largo circle, of
Irlends. One thing nnlublo about tho
entrants for chapcrono hunorsuls th""
the number of candidates ntil nbou.
equal for tho four main Islands. A
closo analysis shows, with one excep
tion, that In every resident district
whero thcro Is n nomination for chap
crono thcro Is also one for a trip con
testant. In entering this contest
many of tho young ladles secured con-
rent by persuading tome matron they
Knew to enter ns a candidate for clmp
To Pool Powers.
Tho two candidates In entering this
way doublo their vote-getting re
sources, as each of the contestants
can sccuro the support of their friend's
with their efforts divided. It Is a sate
prophWy (and the contest manager Is
not Inclined to prophecies) that tho
lady who Is named chaperono will have
the? suprort of tho yotm? lady who re
ceives tho highest final poll of votes
In her district. This Is not n mere
mutter of guessing ahead or from ouo
having Information that shows who
tho lucky ones will bo. No one has
ami can not possibly havo such Infor
mation. Kva Kay could not pick tho
winner In a contest with so ninny "can
didates. Prophecy of Profit for Candldatec.
Tho nhovo prophecy Is based on In
formation that Is being given out to
all tho ladles who aro working. Tho
votes aro Issued on tho samo coupon
and when you get n hundred votes for
one of the trip contestants, you nlso
get a hundred votes for n chapcrono
candidate. You can easily sea from
this that the trip contestant who gets
tho most votes for herself, will get
Just as many more thai she can cast
lor her favorite candidate for cheaper
one. Tho contest manager Is telling you
this hecattso ho wants you to under
stand that this Is tho only pool of pow
ers that will bo allowed in this contest.
Trip contestants nnd chaperono can
didates 'can, to uso a common expres
sion, work In caliooM. By doing so
their voto-gettlng powers will bo Just
How D u 1 1 e 1 1 n Readers Can Help,
tin Ho tin leaders wishing to help
any of thc?a l'dlrg to get this trip to
Yosetulto Tark and California will liinl
the best method to be, by subscribing
oi renewing tholr subscription to tho
1) u 1 1 e 1 1 n. Votes vt 111 bo printed
dally in every paper mid whllo the to
tal of these votes will mako It worth
counting on,, the most offectlvo uro
going to ho the subscription otes.
Paper Votes to De Surprise.
There Is u secret the contest man.
Cgor wants to tell now uliotit tho votcJ
that wlllibe printed In tho paper. They
will not be the same in number. An
uttempt Is going to bo mado to stir
prise you. Somo of you nro so certain
that It Is going to bo Just like last
year, mid ho Is u bit vlndlctlvo In
u anting to prove you nro wiong. There
will not be any big paper volo days
ndvcrtlsed. llndeistnnd, they will not
bo advertised, but there will be
twenties printed and at such uncxpoct
ed times that If you don't watch tho
paper you arc going to miss u bunch
of them. And here Is another secret.
Thcro may bo oto coupons lu tho
paper for moro than twenty voles, nnd
there Is certain to bo n great many
that are, one-fourth, nnd one-half, and
even three-fourths ns many us twenty.
Now, tho reason of all this Is that tho
coutust manager wants you to read tho
contest now. To get you to do so no
advance uotlco of the slzo of the news
paper coupon Is io bo given, so look
out for tho big ones, or your mora
nctlvo competitors will find them when
Bonus Offer Monday.
Commencing Monday tho first votes
will bo Issued and tho contestants will
mako their first ndviihco. Join tho
vote-getters oarly, becauso tho biggest
bonus club ftcr of tho whole cam
paign will bo announced Monday.
Watch for it. llut do not worry nbout
Monday's work nnd neglect It until
you know what tho offer Is to bo.
Monday's efforts will bo awarded by
being Included In tho first bonus offer.
Call at Otrice.
Honolulu contestants who have hot
iccclvoll receipt bfiokg and tho form
letter to mall to aciiialntanccs will bo
Nominees for Chaperone Candidates-At-Large
, Capt. A. S. Soule
, A. K. Notley
, Zcavc, Sachs'
W. J. Cooper
, De la Nux. 1071 Kinau St
E. A. Jacobson
Heapy, Kaiulani Home ...,.,
Josenh Schulmeistcr 1';
J. K. Notley, 265 Knkui St.'!'
Alice laine-Haywards- ,.'.
Helen Siemson .':".
Chas. M. King ,
It. T. Forest .".'.,
Eessie Clinton '.A:
H. R. Bryant '..'
Carrie Scharratt, Kailua i..-:
A. 0. Curtis
, Edward Weight .'';.
, W. H. C. Camnaell; Piihonua.
Henry E. Abbey ,
. Wm. Kruse
i Ed. Daniels
, MacDbnald, Lahainalima ...
, W. W. Wescott
, Bcggs, Fuuncnc Hospital ...
.' Honolulu -.
,Hiio .; i.
Nominees for Trip Contestant
b. JH13S Margaret Brown, 1U54 Kinau. . Honolulu
K' miss aopiua wmc, inters as to. . . . Honolulu
Miss Rebecca Macy Waialua .
Miss Mary McCabe, Kapiolani Ma-
-iternity Homo Honolulu
Miss Marion Wright Honolulu
Miss lei De. Freis Honolulu
Miss Sophie De, La Nux, 1070 Kinau
' . Street Honolulu
Miss Beatrice Taylor, Hawaii Pro
motion Committee Honolulu
Miss Mary Johnson, Johnson Sana
torium , Honolulu
Miss Flora Cheney, May & Co Honolulu
Miss Mary Achuck Honolulu
-Miss Grace Carroll Honolulu
' Miss Honey Voss Honolulu
Miss Edith Miller Honolulu
Mis3 Carrie Dreier Honolulu
' Miss Adcle Wicke Honolulu
Miss Gretchcn Falk Honolulu
Miss lizzie Wicke '. Honolulu
, Miss Elizabeth Dutot Honolulu
Miss Nettie Baraclough Honolulu
Miss Annie Tucker Honolulu
Miss Rose Amia- Honolulu
Miss Elsie Saunders Honolulu
Miss Bcrnicc Dwight Honolulu
Miss Pauline Evans Honolulu
Miss Alice Dane?. , , Honolulu
Mies Angle Pangelinan, Palm Cafe. .Honolulu
Mif s Carrie Crewes Honolulu
Miss lady B. Turner Honolulu
; .Miss Ethel Angus Honolulu
Miss Anabclle low Honolulu
'Miss Alice Green .,,.. Honolulu
,Mis.i Eva. McCorriston Honolulu
,Miss Louise Busline! Honolulu
'Miss Mary Diaj Honolulu
cuppllcd If thoy will call nt the Hill
lotln ufllce. This should be attended
In nt onco mid besides there Is much
that Ilia contest manager wants to
toll you nbout votc-gcttin?. This In
formation is given by mall to tho can
didates on tho other Islands. "Act to
tiny tomorrow will bo yesterday,"
ulibtild ho tho l'notto of every candidate
entered lu this contest who wants to
mako a creditable showing.
THE DISTRICTS ARE AS FOLLOWS
Dlstilct No, 1 Includes the City nnd
Comity of llonolnlu.
District No. 2 Includes tho County
District No. 3 Includes tho County
District No. ,4 Includes tho County
of Kauai. j
Don't fornet tho candidates for
chaperone are candldates-at-larne.
You may tnko tho trip nny time you
choose, singly or In group?.
VOTES ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL
LOWED A3 FOLLOWS
Ono mouth's subscription to the
Kvonlng Bulletin Old sub
scription, 100 votes; now subscrip
tion, 125 votes.
Three mouths' subscription to tho
Kvonlng Bulletin Old sub
scription, 330 voles; new subscription
kSlx months' subscription I') tho
i: v 0 n I n g u 1 1 e 1 1 n Old sub
scription, S00 votes; new subscription,
100O votes. 1
Ono year's subscription to tho
E v 0 11 1 n g 11 11 1 1 0 1 1 11 Old sub
scription, 2000 votes; now subscrip
tion, 2000 votes.
1'lvo years' rubrcrlptlnn to tho
Kvonlng U 11 1 1 0 1 1 n Old nub
fccrlptlnn, 15,000 votes; now subscrip
Ono year's subscription to .the
Wo ok I y U u,l 1 o 1 1 n Old subscrip
tion, 100 votes; now subscription, 125
FIvo years' subscription to the
Wookly II u 1 1 o 1 1 n Old subscrlii
tlon, 1250 votes; new subscription,
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN IS
Ons month'A subscription to the
II v 0 11 1 11 g II 11 1 1 0 1 1 n, 75 cents.
Tlneo monthb' subscription to the
Kvonlng Dullotln, S200.
Six months' subscription to .the
13 von lag uullotln, $4.00.
Twelvo monlhn' subscription to tho
Evening bulletin, $8.00.
Klvo years' subscription to tho
Rvonlng Btille'tln, $10.00.
Ono ycar'c subscription to tho
Wookly Bullq'tln, $1.00.
FIvo years' 'subscription to the
Wookly B u 1 1 o 1 1 11, $3.00.
Miss Annie Bushnell
Miss Ethel Ludwigsen
Miss Emma Baker
Miss Emma French, Sachs'
Miss Sybil Mclncrnv. 245 School St. .
Miss Lucy Kopa, 015 Prospect St. . ,
Miss1 Mary Ann Aki, Fort St
Miss Emma Sasaki, 1457 Auld lane,
Miss Lucy K. Barber
Lillian Akina, 847 Mokakauea St. .
Miss Malia Sakuma, Oregon Block. ,
Miss Naomi Lazarus
Miss Callie Lucas
DISTRICT NO. 2.
Miss Helen Watson
Miss Bertha Clark , ,
Miss Wilhclmina Weight
Miss Isabella Koomoa Kcauhou. ,
Miss Lizzie Macy, W'aikaumalo. ,
Miss Kate Sadler
Miss Katherine Clark
Miss Louisa de Hnrnc
Miss Ailccn Ricknfl ,
Miss Alice Hattie, Kohala
Miss Emma Akamu
Miss Mary K. Keawchano
Miss Rose K, Nalima '. ..I
Miss Louisa lineal
Miss Hattie Saffery
Miss Mary Arakawa . ...
Miss Martr Nailima
Miss M. Hose
Miss Emily Ewaliko
Miss Qucenic Scharratt, Kailua. ,
Miss Annie Kal
Miss L. Willianls
Mavy H. Kawewehi
Miss Kuulei Hapaii
Miss Annie Aiu
Miss Annie Hattie
Miss Trinnie Marcos
DISTRICT NO. 3.
Miss Agnes Pie'wr
Miss Nancy Aki
Miss Daisy Apo
Miss White ...,
Miss Nancy Cummins
Miss Gcholtz, Circuit Court
Miss Lily Aki
Miss Mary Marcicl
Miss Mary Kaeo, Kaunakakai . . ,
Miss Sarah Ccckctt
Miss Lyda Crickard
Miss Jennie Hanson
Miss Carolyn Scholtz
Miss Florence Ho
DISTRICT NO. 4.
Miss Pollv Elliot
Miss Kittie Maage
Mils Alice Ai
Miss E. Dowd
Miss M. Ellis
Miss M. Kanuniai , ,
Miss W. E. Holt
Miss Annabellc Hundon ........
. Kchala( Seminary .re .
. Papaikou ........ .
. Kcauhou . .
. Lfihaina . . ,
. Wailuka ,.
. Kaupo . , . ,
. I'nuncna . ,
. Wiiiluku . .
. Hanalci . . ,
. Waimca . . .
Anybody can cut prices, but It takos
brains to mako a better article
"Tho sweetness of low prices never
eimol tliu liltlorncsa of poor quality."
A man's heart must bo in his skill
and nm.in's bo u I In his craftsmanship.
Tho Industrious man Is llghthoarto.l
tho man who works Is n happy mau.
The Handsomely - Appointed AparEmehV
" ' Hotel ':X:
126S-?'0-7S2 BeFeiama Avenue
Will be Opened on MONDAY, March 7, 19,10
Thirty Comfortable Rooms, Tastefully
Furnished, with the Most Approved
Particular attention will be given to the table;
both cuisine and service will be the best '
Room and Board, from $40 to $60
per month , , .
The location on beautiful Bcretania Avenue, in the select
Makiki district is an assurance of comfort, and the near
ness to the business and theater districts will - make
THE DONNA a most desirable residence. - '
1 . .
Car station in front of Hotel. Rooms Mosquito-Proof
Inspection cordially inyitcd.
. Mrs. C. J. McCarthy, Proprietor
21 (El; 9
I . UVl'tJ ,.' t
PKDT0S OF PANAMA CANAL FLOOD X
WHEN CHAQ RES RIVER FILLED BIG TRENCH
Dr. T. II, nhvordsi vetonarlnn of tho
Fifth Cavalry nnd Captain l'orfytht
will lenvo for Haws II 'on tho Maunn
uea luei'day for t!e jiiin?P of. I:tiK
Ing over Iho quality of liiiraoavsli nr
j.tho bli; talnnd riuchcs. If found ui
In tho standard, 'imrcliasco will bt
I made for tho U. S. Cavalry.
rwm.11. in 1 , ..m, vfrrrscK -'T&:Hps0 tv j- J
u .i.i.iMi,.i..,..i 11 'fe?AiiA!ootr
1 .. ', - f? 'inSJ '"', ";'
" . ' , - 1 ' -d' , -'.
1'JrlVi "av, f.,'''
v .;t '?;', '..
' 1 ' ' "' " 'V ;' ' ' 1