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EVENINO DWXKTIN, HONOLULU. T. It., MONDAY, MAIL 14, 1010.
Contestants Standing Tn Be Given Friday
Clearance Sale Clearance Sale
Legitimate Vote Getting Combination
' ' Tho first count In tlio Ilu 1-
I e 1 1 n's Popularity Contest
will bo made next Thursday
evening, nnd tho result will
bo published In the 1'rlday
Issue of the Evening
II u 1 1 o 1 1 n. This will nl-
tt more, so far ns this contest la con
tt corned. Tho nominations nro not
tt closed, and will not bo until the end
ttOf the contest. You could, It )ou
tt wish, nominate a candldato on the
tt I Inst day of tho contest. nut the
tt offer of three thousand votes with
tt oery nomination is closed. Any
low tho news of tho first tt lndy can enter the contest now or
count to reach Maul by Sat
urday, nnd tho Hllo people
will know the result on next
Sunday, when they reccUe
the Claud I no Mail. The (list
count Is being mado sooner
tt nt nny other time during the con-
tt test, but sho will not be credited
tt'wlth thrco thousand votes as a
tt'stnrt. If )ou know n lady whom
tt )ou wish to enter In this contest,
tt i tend In her namo. She will be
than intended, on account of ttj placed In the list and sho will be
tho desire of contestants and tt supplied with the necessary station-
their friends to know tho tt ery with which to begin a vote
Btandlng of the candidates. tt I canvass.
Two Candidates May Work
Territorial Ballot Box.
Send In jour votes for the count
nt once. It is well to hold back a
fowalotes all the time, but you
should make as good a showing as
The statement has been made bo
fare that 'two candidates one a trip
contestant and one a chaperono con
testant may work together with a
possible In tho first few counts. The ! mutual advantage, but from the
'second count, or the regular days tenor of Saturday's mall and ques
for the count, will be announced tlons dally asked the contest man
boouj Don't keep tho votes clipped ager, this Is not thoroughly under
from tho paper. Thoy aro good only stood by many people. Tho confu;
for a stnted time, and the' time slon, where It exists, nrlses undoubt
limit on them may pass It you neg- edly from a confusion of terms. A
lect to send them in. In order to trip contestant Is district candidate,
keep the deposited ballots absolute- and a chaperone contestant Is a can
ly safe nnd frco from the tamper- lldate-at-large. Separate ballots
ing of any person, and also to so- ore Issued for each ot the contest
cure convenience for tho voters, a ants and are Issued on all subscrlp
Territorial Ballot Box was secured Hon paments and printed together
from tho Territorial Secretary. Dur- In the paper. When you get votes
ing the day this box Is kept in a
convenient place for all who per
sonally bring their votes to the
Bulletin offlco. Ballots receiv
ed by mall are immediately deposit
ed in the ballot box. Instructions
for the making out of ballots re
ceived by mail are followed careful
ly, and when so ordered are depos
ited at once in the ballot box. When
no order Is given for the disposal of
the ballots, they aro sent to the can
didates named. All such Instruc
tions are followed In secrecy, nnd
no one but the contest manager, who
makes out tho votes. Is allowed to
Know for whom jou are voting.
Securing Club Subscriptions.
Thirty contestants for tho Yosem-lte-Callfornla
tour made every
working moment ot the first six days
ot the contest net them a magnifi
cent number ot votes. A number
of them secured within the first week
rfaough subscriptions to award
them the votes offered for club sub
scriptions. One popular contestant
has enough subscriptions now to
give her fifteen thousand bonus
votes. Tho contest manager Is tell
ing you this so you will not think
that it Is impossible to take advan
tage ot the exceptional club offer
made at the beginning of the con
test. What others have done, you
cn'ri'do. There aro bMU fifteen das
left In which to secure these block:)
of votes, and everyone who is ear
nestly trying to earn this summer
trip to California can get one or
several ot these subscription clubs.
Commendatory letters Not
Interest in tho beginning of a con
test,-In former years, on the outside
Islands has always been lacking in
spirit for an early effort, but this
year, if possible, tho Initial Inter
est on Kauai, Maul and Hawaii out
ranks that ot Oahu. Over forty let
ters were received on the Mauna
Kea, and every one of them contain
ed orders for subscriptions or votes
clipped from the paper. Some of
tho letters contained both. Two
letters were received In which tho
writers stated their views ns to who
were the best candidates named In
their respective districts. These
letters, nor any like them, will not
bo published, as tho contest manager
does not want to, and will not, glyo
a privilege to one or two candidates
that Is not -mjoyed by all.
Vote-fJettins, Not Letter-Writing.
Spaco would forbid tho publish
ing of letters about all, and hence
tho publishing ot letters about somo
Is forbidden. The contest manager
hopes to make this clear, nnd wants
to advise the letter-wrltters that,
while he Ib always Interested In any
thing dealing with the candidates,
i! jv mo uei muiiiuu io gei results lor
1 , , frlonds Is by vote-gathering and not
nf'Ar "'! leiier-wnung.
' it How, to Help Friend.
, ' If you have a friend In tho con-
test and want to see her win, Bond
i , i& your subscription to the B u 1 -
"1 -t I n and got your friends to do
the same, A few subscriptions will
r" ptac. your favorite candidate so
high In the count that many who
i jrfcdonot know the 'a5y w"' commence
v tojjhelp her, as they wish to cast
J f tpeir votog for one who, it appears,
bag 'a cnanco io win.
, Nominat ions Not Closed.
for a trip contestant sou get an
equal number for a chaperono con
testant. In other words, you get
Just double tho number of votes
given in the vote schedule, but thoy
are divided betweon two -candidates
a trip contestant and a chaperone
contestant. On this account, any
lady who receives, say, twenty thou
sand, votes gets also the same
amount that she can cast for her
choice for a chaperone can
didate; depending, 'of course, on
what Bho is a contestant for. In
this way each contestant can doube
her vote-getting power by working
with another candidate.
Individual Effort Has Its Reward.
Hut it you are working alone,
don't get discouraged because you
have no one to work with at pres
ont. Your efforts will attract the
attention ot some other candidate,
who will soon ask you to jolnvher.
Just as soon as any lady shows that
sho has a great many votes to her
credit It will be known by all the
others that Bhe must have just as
many that she can cast for some
other contestant. Then the one who
has been working alone will be be
sieged with requests that she ex
change her otes for the favor of
having an equal number cast for
Tier. Tho jnnjy difference (is that
her vote-doubling will come later In
the contest. So don't bo discour
aged. It Is ,a safe assertion that
every candidate can double the re
sult ot her day's effort. You may
not know It, but gome other candi
date has secured Just as many votes
for her day's work that she Is anx
ious to cast for you, when she can
make arrangements with you to do
tho samo for her.
Ilemember, separate" ballots for
the trip and chaperone contestants
are now being issued, and you don't
have to hold your votes until you
make an arrangement with another
candldato. You can get the rest at
nny other time. Send In tor your
subscriptions. You may hold the
otes as long as you wish, but the
paper should be started to your
friends who have subscribed in your
behalf. So send In their subscrip
tions as soon as sou get them.
The Evening Bulletin Popular
Fill in the name of the younij woman von wish to vote
for and the district in which she lives. Bring or mail to
Manager, Contest Sep artment, care of E v e ni n R Bul
letin, Honolulu, T. H.
THIS COUPON COUNIS AS 2 VOTES
FOR TRIP CONTESTANT
FOR CHAPERONE CONTESTANT
(This coupon is not good after Monday, March 28)
Evening Bulletl n Old sub
scription, 109 votes; new subscrip
tion, 12S votes.
Three months' subscription to the
Kvonlng Bulletin Old sub
scription, 350 voles; new subscription,
Six months' subscription to the
Evening Bulletl n Old sub
scription, 800 votes; new subscription,
One year's subscription to tho
Eyening Bulletl n Old sub-
ecrlption, 2000 votes; new subscrip
tion, 2500 votes. ,
FIvo years' subscription to the
livening Bulletin Old sub
scription, 15,000 votes; new subscrip
One year's subscription to the
Weekly Bulletin Old subscrip
tion, 100 votes; new subscription, 125
Five years' subscription to the
Weekly Bullotln Old subscrip
tion, 1250 votes; now subscription,
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN 18
One month's subscription to the
Evening Bulletin, 76 cents.
Three montbV subscription to the
Evening Bulletin, 1200.
Six months' subscription to the
Evening Bulletin, 14.00.
Twelve months' subscriptloa to the
Evening Julie tin, $8.00.
Flvo years' subscription to
Evonlng Bulletin, J 40.00.
One year's subscription to
Toekly Bulletin, S1.00.
Five years' subscription to
Wookly Bulletin, 15.00. J
Address all inquiries to
MANAGER, CONTEST DEFT.,
Honolulu, T. H.
James B. McSwuison is in charge
of the contest
Office Hours 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.;
3:30 p. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Nominees for Chaperone -- Candidates-At-Large
OAHU. " '.IP '
Mrs. Zeave, Sachs' Honolulu . 3.000
Mrs. Capt. A. S. Soule Honolulu ..." 8,000
Mrs. A. K. Notley Honolulu 8,000
Mrs. W. J. Cooper. ...'. , Honolulu ..,.'. 3,000'
Mrs. Josenh Schulmeister Wlaiante . . 3,000
Mrs. J, K. Notley, 265 Kukui St. . .Honolulu . . ". . 8,000
Mrs. Helen Siemson Hilo ....(.'. .: 3,000
Mrs. Chas. M. King Olaa -...W.Cr.'.. ...... 3,000
Mrs. K. T. Forest '. Hllo ......,, 3,000
Mrs. Bessie Clinton . ., Honokaa ...'. 3.000
Mrs. William Watson Hilo 3,000
Mrs. Carrie Scharratt, Kailua ....Waimea 3,000
Mrs. a. u. uurtis Kurnstown 3,000-
Mis. W. H. C. Campbell Piihonua. .Hilo ', 3,000
Mrs. Henry Blake .'.Koloa 3,000
Mrs. Henry E. Abbey Anahola : 3,000
Mrs. Wm. Kruse , Wahiawa 3,000
Mrs. Ed. Daniels Lahaina'..,". 3,000
Mrs. W. W. Wescott Pnunene .., 3,000
Mrs. Beggs, Puunene Hospital ....Fuunene ..' 3,000
Nominees for Trip Contestant
' DISTRICT NO. 1. ,fv'" " I
Miss Sophia Witte, .Ehlers & Co. . . .Honolulu 3,000
Miss Rebecca Macy Waialua ..'...,....'. 3,000
Miss Mary McCabe, Kapiolani Ma- ' ' ' '
ternity Home Honolulu ..' , 3,000
Hiss lei De Freis Honolulu .'.v..-.; 8,000
Miss Beatrice Tavlor. Hawaii Pro- V' I
Stocktaking Just Finished.
Shopworn Books at a Sacrifice
Four Shelves of Fiction ' ,.
; Half-Price a
Other Bargains in Travel, Biography, History, etc
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD., iT
Miss Scholts. Circuit Court Wailuku .
Miss Lily Aki Kaupo ...
Miss Mary Marciel Kahakuloa
Miss Mary Kaoo, Kaunakakai Molokai . .
Miss Waiholo Lahaina ..
Miss Sarah Cockett Lahaina . .
Miss Lyda Crickard Puunene .
Miss Jennie Hanson Wailuku .
Miss Carolyn Scholts , Wailuku ..
DISTRICT NO. 4.
Miss Polly Elliot Eleele '...,
Miss Alice Ai "...Lihue ....
Miss E. Dowd , Hanalei . .
Miss Aloiau , Kapaa . . .
Miss M. Xapuniai '. Waimea . .
Miss W. E. Holt Makaweli .
Miss Neal Kealia ...
Miss Annabelle Mnndon . . . ... . . Kapaa ...
American hens aro laying smaller Skeptics who think the firing ma-
eggs. Maybe the hens have "been bitten chine has no future evidently 'regard
by the trust microbe and hao formed, what they seonbw as the finished
a working agreement to limit the out- product Instead of the crude begin-
nut ntnp ' '
REAL Z8TATI TRANSACTIONS,
Recorded March 8.. 1810.
Cecil Drown, tr, to Francisco De
ntz, D; Int tn lots 9, l, 13, 14, IS,
16 and 17, blk 9, and loti .8, 10 and
12, blk 8, Kapiolani Tract, Hono
lulu, Ot.hu; $1600. B" 328, p 252.
Feb 26,, 1910. ,
Cecil Drown, tr, to-Mary Kaaeae,
D; Int in lot IS, blk 12, Kapiolani
Tract, Honolulu, Oahur $126. B
328, p 263." Feb 28, 1910.'
Henry Waterhouse Tr Co Ltd to
Honolulu Invstmt Co 'Ltd, Rel; por
R P 4362, kul 268, Kawalhao, Ho
nolulu, Oahu; por R P 9848, kul 7,- ,
163, Kapalama, Honolulu. Oahu; por
kul 112l6Mwilel, Honolulu, Oahu;
lots 1, 2,, 3, 4, 6 and JB, blk 7, Kal
muki Tract, Honolulu; Oihn; 1 09 sha
In Klbel Plantn Co Ltd';"$3000. 'B
324,- p 388. liar 1, 1910.
In order to meet the wishes and
serve the convenience of the contest
ants separate vote coupons will be Is
sued, one for the chaperone contestant
and one for the trip contestant. The
coupons are separate, but it Is prefer
able to name the two candidates for
whom you wish to vote when present
ing the subscription receipts for votes.
The ballots must be filled out before
they are allowed to leave the office.
You may vote for any candidate In any
qlstrict and for any one of the chaper-
motion Committee Honolulu .'
Hiss Mary Johnson, Johnson Sana
torium Honolulu 3,000
Miss Honey Voss Honolulu 3,000
Hiss Carrie Dreier Honolulu 3,000
Miss Lizzie Wicke Honolulu 3,000
Miss nose Anna Honolulu .-. 3,000
Miss Bernice Dwifjht Honolulu 3,000
Miss Anjrie Pangehnan, Palm Cafe. .Honolulu .'. . 3,000
Miss Mary Dias Honolulu , 8,000
Miss Emma French, Sachs' Honolulu , 3,000
aun oyuu juciucrnY. a oouooi ot. .Honolulu o,uuu
Miss Lucy Kopa, 010 Prospect St. . .Honolulu '...., 3,000
Miss Mary Ann Aki, Fort St Honolulu 3,000
Miss Emma Sasaki, 1487 Auld Lane, Honolulu ; 3,000
Miss Lucy K. Barber '. .Honolulu 3,000
Lillian Akina, 847 Mokakauea St. .Honolulu 3,000
Hiss Malia Sakuma, Oregon Block. .Honolulu . . . . ! 3,000
mis Naomi Lazarus reari uity ..... . . :. ...... 3,000
Miss Callie Lucas Honoluln
DISTRICT NO. 2. ' . rt.
Hiss Helen Watson t, . .,. ,..!,.'. .Hilo 3,000,.
Miss Isabella KoomoaY Keauhou. . . .N. Kona i 3,000
utss uzzte Macy, watKaumaio... .. Hllo . ...
Miss Katherine Clark ... ."....... Kailua-'... ?.','.'.".' .7 1' .'....
Miss Louisa de Harne Kohala '
Miss Alice Hattie, Kohala ...Hilo ... v.. i. .-....-
Miss Emma Akamu Hilo 3,000
Miss Mary K. Keawehano 1 . .Hilo 3.000
Miss Rose K. Nalima .'..Hilo ...' 3,000
Miss Louisa Hapai ,Hilo 3,000
Miss Hattie Saffery Kukuihaele 3,000
Miss Mary Arakawa .Hilo ; '. 3,000
Miss Mary Nailima f..01aa .. ,..?.;.., 3,000
Miss M. Hose .' Pahala .,.'......... A. .v. 3,000
Miss Emily Ewaliko ,.Hilo ......'....,.. 3,000
Miss Queenie Scharratt, Kailua. . . .Waimea 3,000
Miss Annie Kal , Hllo . ,' 3,000
4 Includes the County Miss L. Williams Hilo 3,000
I HffaM TT TTairTTtlit Vann1A.. 1 iViA
h r-jnHIHatesi fnr''' "' V. - "vauiiwu "'YVr
There eeems to be an Impression I
n t -3 . . -a.
Vkl.-. l .. f j -Kirn J
BBto &b.tu . ' i?that7
' .u'. '':.-; .J,
one candidates who are candldates-at-
THE DI8TRICT8 ARE AS FOLLOWS
District No. 1 Includes tho City and
county or Honolulu,
District No. 2 Includes the County
District No. 3 Includes the County,
chape'ron, '."rV cand.daU. aKVrgV "" , $ Kuulei Hapail Hilo 3,000
You may tnko the trip any time ou ' "iss Annie Aiu Kailua 3,000
choose, slnislv or in irrouna. . . Miss Tnnnie Marcos Pahoa . .". 3.000
VOTES ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL-I U1BT1UUT U. 3.
LOWED A8 F0LL0W3
Miss Nancy Aki '. Lahaina 3,000
nominations 'are closed forever- Ono month's subscription to the Miss Nancy Cummins Wailuku 3,000
, nnHE immense number . of people in the
- United States fwho have ! pledged- them
selves to abstain from meat diet as a protest
against its high price has caused more comment
than any popular movement in the last decade. The Ameri
can people are meat eaters to an extent unknown 'imany other
country, and still they are not the healthy people found else- ,
The new International Encyclopaedia, vol.
2, page 679, says: -. '- j
f 7 h
"Ale and beer, especially lager beer, contain i
considerable nutriment and, in certain parts of
Germany where lager beer is very treely .drunk,
it seems to take the place to some extent'of
r ; '
animal food. ' , ,, , ...
Authorities , agree that good beer is a FOQD and ,,itj
i seem ''that .the sbliition to'the high' cost ttf living problem'
.... . . . . n
could be to
und in the greater consumption of.beer.
:re tha need ora topic is so universal the
drinking more good' beer is even greater than'6h the mainland
and the beer to drink is
Tbejteer That's JSrewed
1 ."$.,... I , M.f.S "1
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