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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. !!., TUEPDAY, MARblG, 1010.
One Thousand Hours Of '
Pleasure for California Tour Party
Luck Doesn't Cut Figure
Effort Is Open Sesame To Cqiv
tinental Wonders for
it The first count In tho II u I- n
:t 1 o 1 1 n's Popularity Contest ti
St will be mnilo next Thursday 8
it evening, and the result v. Ill tt
tt bo published In the Friday tt
tt Issuo ot the E v o n I n g tt
tt llulletln. This will al- tt
tt low the news ot the first tt
St count to reach Maul by Sat- tt
St urdny, and tho Hilo people IS
SS will Know tho result on next tt
ii Sunday, when they rccelo( tt
tt tho Claudlno Mall. Tho first tt
tt count Is being mado sooner tt
tt than Intended, on account of tt
tt tho desire ot contestants and tt
tt their friends to know the it
tt Btandlng ot tho candidates. it
Thero was growing abroad among
readers ot tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n, a
week or two back, a suspicion,
engendered by lack of former
experience In otlng contests, that
luck would cut a big figure, or that
some charm would be necessary to
secure ono of the free California
tours offered by the IS u 1 1 o 1 1 n to
Thero' Is no luck about It. The
moon and the seven sars, tho ground
hog and his shadow, a black cat,
rabbit's foot, Friday, and tho 13th,
planning by the light of the moon
none of theso will have any part
In the success ot those Ave who will
take this magnificent tour of Cali
fornia next midsummer at the ex
pense ot this paper.
Anxious Inquirers, so Interested
that they could not' wait for the
detailed announcement, were let
Into the secret, and wiien the plan
was outlined to them tho verdict
was, "Great" and, realizing the
value of their opinion, there Is noth
ing for this paper to do but agree
with them our verdict is also,
Ambition and Effort the Sesame.
Ambition la.- the watchword and
effort tho leer which will swing
wldo the doors ot success and make
possible the gratification ot the ambi
tion of five women to tour California
whllo tho llulletln pajs tho bills
It Is effort determined, undis
mayed effort which will capture
the tours. To nny woman enrolled
the trip can be secured by tho mere
reaching out and embracing the op
portunity. Decide now that you will be one
of the B u 1 1 o 1 1 n ' s summer trui
el guests. Tsfen begin n systematic
canvass ot your friends for votes and
subscriptions. The women who get
the most subscriptions will get the
most votes, .and they arc the ones
who will make the Yosemlte-Call-fornla
If jou have not enrolled, do so
now. It Is never 'too late for a
SO NOT SAY, "That will be a fine
trip for .somebody." Be that "Some
One Thousand Hours of Pleasure.
Think ot the great sights ot a
lifetime that tho party will witness!
One continuous round of pleasure
HOTEL MANX, WHERE BULLET IN PARTY WILL STOP IN 8AN
Sovcrnl ladles who Intend bolng members ot tho California Tour party
have mado Inquiries concerning tho hotel n vihch the party will stop whllo
In San Francisco. The picture given aboo will show readers and pros
jiectivo party members tho olcgant structura which will house, tho patty
while they are In the Cillfornln metropolis. Mr. Arrol, tho nsslstant
manager of tho Hotel Manx, spent several weoks In Honolulu this spring
nnd while horo said that ho Intended to personally sea that the Hullo
1 1 n's Honolulu party was given an escort about Han Francisco and that
hesvould'urrange'slght-scoing. trips for them. ' J
ins iiunuiuiu puny wub bivch uii uoiui i huuuv n
leould'urrange'slght-scoing, trips for them. '
fiotn the time of leaving Honolulu
until the return of the happy guests
to their homes. Not a dull moment,
not a fccciind without pleasure. Not
the smallest nmusoment will be
mlsred. It will bo a case of on tho
go all the time; and such urrnnge
ments have been made for trans
porting the party from ono place to
another that they will sutler not the
slightest fatigue and will enjoy the
panorama constantly being unfold
ed, with all the comforts of travel
t tint money can procure.
In concrete form, with the timo
of the trip reduced to hours, tho
steamship Journey, the two weeks in
San Francisco as guests at the Hotel
Manx, tho he ilajs In Yosemlta
Valley, and a week at other Cali
fornia points, will mako a grand to
tal of more than one thousand
hours. Just think how many sec
onds ot pleasure that thousand hours
Votes May Be Secured From
Although trip candidates will only
compete for the trips against their
sister candidates In the same dis
trict, they will not be confined to
their district in securing votes.
Votes can be secured anywhere, in
the contest territory or out of It.
There is no restriction as to whero
votes cai be secured. Chaperone
candidates liavo the same privilege.
How Votes Are Issued.
Each copy ot the Bulletin
will contain a coupon, which, when
properly filled out, will entitle the
holder to votes ot the 'number speci
fied. This number wilt vary from
dny to day. No advanco ann"oace
mont of the numGcr ot votes will bo
ghon.' Votes will also bo Issued on
paid subscriptions to tho Even
ing and. Weekly Bulletin In
proportion to the length of time
such subscriptions are paid In ac
cordance with the schedule appear
Send in your votes for the count
ut once. It Is well to hold back a
few votes all the time, but you
should make as good a showing as
possible In the first few counts.
How to Help Friend.
It you have a friend In the con
test and want to see her win, send
In your subscription to the Bul
letin and get your friends to do
the same. A few subscriptions will
place jour favorite candidate so
high In tho count that many who
do not know tho lady will commence
to help her, as they wish to cast
their votes for one who, It appears,
has a chance to win.
Nominations Not Closed.
There seems to be an Impression
that nominations aro closed forever
more, so far as this contest Is con
cerned. Tho nominations aro not
closed, and will not bo until the end
of tho contest. You could, It you
wish, nominate a candidate on tho
last day ot the contest.
Kemember, separatS ballots for
the trip and chaperone contestants
Tho Evening Bulletin Popular .
Fill in the name o" the candidates yon wish to vote
for and the district in which Trio Contestant lives. Brine
or mail to Manager Contest Department, care of Even
ing Bulletin, Honolulu. T. H.
THIS COUPON COUNTS AS 4 VOTES ' '
FOB TRIP CONTESTANT
4 VOTES f y "
FOR CHAPERONE CONTESTANT
(This coupon it not good
are now being Issued, and you don't
have to hold your votes until you
makp an arrangement with another
candidate. You can get the rest at
any other time. Send in for your
subscriptions. You may hold the
otos as long as you wish, but the
paper should be Btarted to your
friends who have subscribed In your
behalf. So Bend In their subscrip
tions as BOdn as you get them.
THE DISTRICT8 ARE AS FOLLOWS
District No. 1 includes the City and
County of Honolulu.
District No. z includes the County
District No. 3 includes tho County
District No. 4 Includes the County
Don't forget the candidates for
chaperone are candldtas-at-lsrg.
You may take the trip any time you
choose, singly or In groups.
VOTE8 .ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL-
LOWED AS FOLLOWS
Ono month's subscription to tho
Evening Bullet! n Old sub
scription, 100 Totes; new subscrip
tion, 125 votes.
Threo months' subscription to tho
Uvoning Bulletl n Old sub
scription, 3C0 voles; new subscription
Six months' subscription to tho
Evening Bulletl n Old sub
scription, 800 votes; now subscription,
Ono year's subscription to tho
Evening Bulla tin Old sub
Nominees for Chaperone -: Candidates-At-Large
Mrs. Zeave. Sachs' Honoluln . . . : 3.000
Mrs. Capt. A. S. Soula ....Honolulu 3,000
JU4. A. A. 11UUCJ t . , AVUU1IUU 0,UUIf
Mrs. Tosenh Schulmeiiter iWaianae , 3,000
Mrs. J. K. Notley, 265 Kukui St, . .Honolulu 3,000
Mrs. Helen Siemson Hilo 3,000
Mrs. Chas. M. King . . .Olaa ." . . . . 3,000
Mrs. B. T. Forest .'...Hilo TT.... 3.000
Mrs. Bessie Clinton Honokai 3,000
Mrs. William Watson Hilo 3,000
Mrs, Carrie Schamtt, Kailua . . . .Waimea . , 3,000
Mrs. A. G. Curtis Kurtistown '.., 3,000'
Mrs. W. H. 0. CamnbelL Piihonua. .Hilo 3,000
Mrs. Henry Blake , .Xoloa 3,000
Mrs. Henry E. Abbey .Anahola . . . .' 3,000
Mrs. Wm. Kruse Wahiawa J.000
Mrs. Ed. Daniels Lahaina i... 3,000
Mrs. W. W. Wescott . . .' Puunen 3,000
Mrs, BegRS, Puunene Hospital ....Puunene : .... 3,000
DISTRICT NO. 1.
Miss Sophia Witte, Ehlers & Co. . . .Honolulu N .
Miss Rebecca Macy Waialua
Miss Mary McCabe, Kaplolani Ma-
, ternity Home Honolulu v
Miss Lei De Freis Honolulu
Miss Beatrice Taylor, Hawaii Pro-" ,
motion Committee Honolulu ,..
Miss Mary Johnson, Johnson Sana
torium i.Honolulu '.....
Miss Honey Voss Honolulu ...,...'.
Miss Hose Amia Honolulu . . .' j .
Miss Bernice Dwight Honolulu
MisS Angle Pangelinan, Palm Cafe.,. Honolulu ,
Miss Mary Dias . . . i Honolulu
Miss Emma French, Sachs' .Honolulu
Miss Sybil Mclnerny. 249 School St. .Honolulu ;. .
Miss Lucy Kopa, 015 Prospect St. . .Honolulu . . '.'
Miss Mary Ann. Aki. Fort St Honolulu
Miss Emma Sasaki, 1457 Auld Lane. Honolulu
Miss Lucy K. Barber Honolulu
Lillian Akina, 847 Mokakauea St. . Honolulu
Miss Malia Sakuma, Oregon Block. .Honolulu ,...'..
Miss Naomi Lazarus Pearl City
Miss Callie Lucas Honolulu
DISTRICT NO. 2. '
Miss Helen Watson Hilo
Miss Isabella Koomoa, Keauhou. . . .N. Eona ,
Miss Lizzie Macy, Waikaumalo. ...N. Hilo
Miss Katherine Clark Kailua , ,
Miss Louisa de Harne Kohala , , . . .T. .
Miss Alice Hattie, Kohala Hilo
Miss Emma Akamu Hilo
Miss Mary K. Keawehano .Hilo
Miss Rose K. Nalima '.
Miss Louisa Hapai ,
after Monday, March 28)
scrlptlon, 2000 votes; new subscrip
tion, 2500 votes.
Five years' subscription to the
Kvonlng Bulletin Old. sub
scription, 16,000 votes; new subscrip
One year's- subscription to tho
Weekly Bulletin Old subscrip
tion, 100 votes; new subscription, 125
Five years' subscription to the
Weakly Bulletin Old subscrip
tion, 12S0 votes; now subscription,
THE PRICE O THE DAlLY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN IS
One month's subscription to the
Bvanlng Bulletin, TS cents.
Three monthb' subscription to the
Evening Bulletin, $200.
Six months' subscription' to the
Evening Bulletin, $4.00.
Twelve months' sabscrlptloa to the
E v o n I n g.t u 1 1 e 1 1 n, $8.00,
Five years' Isubscrlptlon to the
Evening Bulletin, $40.00.
One year's subscription to the
Weekly Bulletin, $1.00.
Five years' subscription to the
Wookly Bulletin, $500.
Address all inquiries to
MANAGER, CONTEST DEPT.,
Honolulu, T. H,
Tames B. MeSwanion it in charge
of the contest.
Office Hours 11 a, m. to 1 o. m,:
3:30 p. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Miss Hattie Sa fiery . ..: Kukuihaele 3,000
Miss Mary Arakawa Hilo .- 3.000
Hiss Marv Nailima Olaa ,- 3,000
Miss tt. irote ,..Pahala 3,000
.Kiss Emily Ewaliko ., Hilo , '.. 3,000
Hiss Quccnie Sthairatt, Kailua. . . .Waime , 3,000
Ills Annie Kai . . . .-??
;tin L. Williams..,..,
Kary H. Kawewehl
Hiss Kuulel Haoail tHilo
Miss Annie Am
Kiss Trin-.ie Tter.ior
DISTRICT NO. 3.
Kiss Nancy Aki Lahaina 3,000
Miss Nancv Cummins Wailuku . .N , . . , 3,000
Miss Scholia, Circuit Court Wailuku ,. . . . 3.000
Miss lily Aki ..Taupo , .....;. 3,000
list Mary Marciel Xahakuloa 3,000
Miss1 Mary Kaoo, Kaunakakai Molokai i 3,000
Miss Waiholo '. Lahaina 3,000
Miss Sarah Cockett Lahaina i 3,000
Miss Lyda Crickard jruunene 3,000
Misi Jennie Hanson , Wiailuku 3,000
Miss Carolyn Scholtz Wailuku 3,000
DISTRICT NO. 4.
Miss Polly Elliot Steele 3,000
Miss Alice Ai Lihua 3,000
Misi E. Dowd Hanalei 3,000
Miss Aloiau Xapaa v 3,000
Miss M. Kapuniai ,.....'. Waimea 3,000
Miss W. E. Holt Makaweli 3,000
Miss Ncal , Kealia : 3,000
Miss Annabelle Mundon '. Kapaa, 3,000
Taft Declares Party
Pledges Have Been Kept
WASHINGTON Business Interests
of tho country today as discussing the
remarkabTo speech of President Taft
at the Lincoln Club dinner in New
York, where, before 1200 members of
Invited guests of the Republican Club
at tho Waldorf, tho President again
reiterated his pledge to put Into pos
itive practice the plcdgo mado In the
platform and also served a warning to
tho vested Interests that he would ox
act obedience to the law, Tho Pres
ident also showed that ho believed the
party has kept Its pledges, has rovisod
tho tariff downward and defended the
postal savings law. He also created
considerable comment by tho manner
in which bo stood by the acts and doc
trines expressed by his Immediate
predecessor, terming the administra
tions of Roosevelt as "almost a relig
The president was given marked In
terest by those In attendance, and his
references to Wall street and tho con
siderations that the powers there
might expect were given tho most
Reviews Campaign Pledges. '
Among other things President Taft
"In what respect has the Republican
party failed In Its conduct ot tho gov
ernment and the. enactment ot laws
to perform its duty? Ifwas roturned
to power a ear ago, last November by
a ery large majority, after a 'cam
paign in which It mado certain prom
ises it has either substantially com'
piled with or It la 'about to perform
within the present session ot congress.
"It us take up theso promises In
"In tho Republican platform ot last
year, upon which tho campaign was
made, appears tho following plank In
regard to tho tariff:
" 'The Republican parly declares un
equivocacy for the revision of the
tariff by a special session ot congress
Immediately following the Inaugura
tion ot tho noxt president, and com
niends tho steps already taken to this
end In the work assigned to the ap
propriate committees of fongress
which aro now investigating the oper
ation and effect ot existing 'schedules.
'In all tariff -legislation the true prin
ciple ot protection Is best maintained
by tho Imposition of such duties as
will equal tho difference between the
cost of production at homo and abroad,
logother with a reasonablo profit to
" 'Wo favor' the establishment of
maxhntari and minimum rates to bo
administered by tho president under
limitations fixed by law, the maxi
mum to be available to meet discrim
inations by foreign countries against
American goods entering their mar
kets and the minimum (to represent
the normal meastiro of protection nt
homo, tho almond purpose of the Re
publican policy being not only to pro
Berve without oxccbsIvo duties that
security against foreign competition
to which American manufacturers,
farmers and producors aro entitled,
but bIbo to maintain tho high stand
ard ot living of tho wage earners of
this country, who aro tho most direct
bencflciarlds, of tho protective system.
Between tho United States and tho
Philippines 'm believe In a free Inter,
chango or products, with such limita
tions as to, sugar and tobacco as will
afford radoauato protection to domestic
Tariff Revision Difficult.
"Wo did revise the tariff. It Is Im
possible to roylse tho tariff without
awakening the active participation in
Mhe formation of tho schedule of
thoso producers whoso buslnoss will
benffectetj by a change. This Is the
tnheient difficulty In tho, adoption of
revision ot a tariff by our representa
"Nothing was expressly said In tho
platform that this rovlsion was to be
n downward rovlsion."
"I ropeat, theroforo, that this was
a downward rovlsion. It was not
downunrd with reference to silks or
liquors or high priced cottons In tho
nature ot luxuries. It was downward
In respect to nearly all other articles
oxcept woolens, which were not affect.
cd at all. Certainly It was not prom
lscd that the rates ot luxuries should
Fight on Cannon.
Regarding tho agitation against Can
noulsm, tho president made the fol
lowing significant statement:
"But thero aro signs which many
construo as an Indication that tho Re
publican majority In tho present con
gress will chango to a Democratic
majority In tho next. This Is based
chiefly on the dissensions In tho'Ue
pullllcan party and on the very seven
attacks mado by a great many of the
newspapers having Republican ten
dencles upon tho party and its leaders
in congress an J In the.nntlon.
"I am glad to say that, so far as tho
legislation which I, havo Indicated
above Is concerned, there seems to bo
a clear party majority In both, houset
in favor If its passage and the re
demptlon ot the party pledges. There
Is, however, a very decided difference
as to the proper rules' to prevail In
the house, and as to the personnel ot
"It would seem' these questions roleht
bo rtoltcd within the party lines, but
thoy have been bo acute as to produce,
what has been called an Insurrection
and to awaken the country over a
controversy between tho Insurgents
and tho regulars, so called. I am
hopeful that ns we approach the lines
of battlo tor the next years the settle
ment of these Internal questions can
bo effected without such a breach of
tho party as to prevent our present
lag an unbroken front to the enemy.
Punish Party Corruotion.
"I nm far- from saying that t'ao
Republican party Is perfect. No
partx which has exercised iu;h
power as It has exercised for the last
seventeen years 'could be expertou
to maintain, either In Its rank -Hid
file or In Its management, men ot tho
purest and highest motives; and l
am tho last one to-oilvocato any halt
In the prosecution and condemnation
of Republicans, however prominent
and powerful, whose conduct re
quires crlmlnul or other prosecution
"It should be well unSerstood that
with the Republican party In Its
present condition, with Its various
divisions subjected to the cross tire
ot Its own newspapers' and Its own
factions, any halt or failure on the'
part of those In authority to punish
and condemn corruption or corrupt
methods will be properly visited up
on tho party itself, however many
good men It contains.
"We shall be cnlod upon to res
pond to the charge In the next cam
paign that the tariff,' for which we
are responsible, has raised prices. It
the peopla listen to reasonable ar
guments, it will be easy to demon
strate that high prices proceed from
an entirely different cauBe, and that
the present tariff, being largely a
revision downward, except with res
pect to Bilks and liquors, which are
luxuries, cannot .be charged with
having Increased any prices.
Must Not Be Blind!
"But this will not prevent our
Democratic friends from arguing on
the principle of post roc, ergo prop
ter hoc, that because high prices fol
lowed the tariff, therefore they are
result ot it. And we must not be
blind to the weight ot such an ar
gument In an electoral campaign.
The reason for the rise In the cost
of necessities can easily be traced
to the Increase In our measure ot
values, the precious metal gold, and
possibly In some cases to the com
binations In restraint of trade, The
question of tho tariff must be ar
gued out. Tho prejudice created by
the early attacks upon the bill and
the groe8 misrepresentations of Its
character must be met by a careful
presentation of the facts as-to the
contents of tho bill and also as to
Its actual , operation and statistics
"I believe we have a strong case
if wocan only get Into the minds 'or
the people. Should 'disaster follow
us and tho Republican majority In
the house become a minority In the
next house It may be possible that In
the Democratic exercise of Its poyer
the people of this country wlirseo1
which is the party of accomplish
ment, which Is the paity of arduous
leeas done .and which is the party
of words atid Irresponsible opposi
"I only want one mire word. Prom "
time to time attacks nre madeupon h
the administration on tho ground
mat Its policy tends to create a pa
nic In Wall street and to disturb
business. , All I have to say upon
that subject Is thsi That certainly
no one respon:lble,for a government
like outs would foolishly run amuck -In
business and destroy values a "'I
confidence just tor the pleasure of
doing so. -"
"No one has a motive as strong
as the administration in power "to
cultivate and strengthen business
confidence and business prosperity.
Hut It does rest with tho national
tovernment to enforco tho law, and
it the enforcement of the law Is .not
constituent with tho present metn
ods of carrying on business then It
does not speak well for tho present
methods ot conducting business, and
they must be changed to conform
to the law.
Will Enforce the Law.
"Thero was no promise on the
part of the Republican party to '
change the anti-trust law, except to
strengthen It, or to authorize mono
poly and a suppression ot competi
tion and tho control of prices, and
thoso who look forward jto such a
chango cannot now visit the respon
sibility for their mistake on Inno
cent persons. Of course, the govern
ment at Washington can bo counted
on to enforce the law In tho way
best calculated to precent a destruc
tion of public confidence In business,
but thnt- It must enforce the law
goes without saying."
ON SOUTH POLE
New Route Proposed By Lieutenant
Sir E. Bhackleton.
Lieutenant Sir Ernest Bhackleton
Is to make a fresh' attempt upon tho
South Pole. Captain Robert Scott,
halving just received tho Government '
grant ot 20,000 for his Antarctic
venture, will leave England for tho
south In the summer. There Is thus
every prospect of two British cxpe'
dltlons engaging simultaneously In
the task of penetrating to the heart
of the great hidden continent which
lies beneath the southern snows.
Sir ErnestBhackleton Is planning
a fresh, attempt on the South Pole
practically In co-operation with
German scientists. His project was
divulged last night at a dinner giv
en in his honour In Berlin by Pro
fessor Penotr,-director of tho Mu
seum ot Oceanography and presldeut
ot the Geographical Association.
Thoso present Included the presi
dents ot several leading German geo
graphical societies, Privy Councillor
Schmidt, an Important official ot the
Scientific Department ot the Prus
sian Ministry ot Education, and a
number ot German Antarctic explor
ers and other travellers.
After dinner a group of Dr.
Penck's geographical students, both
ladles and men, were presented to
Sir Ernest Bhackleton, and ho ex
hibited a map showing d new route
which he Intends to try to reach
the Pale. He said that he would
not fix a date or begin any prepara
tions until he had finished up all the
work connected with his recent
I asked Dr. Penck tonight It It
would bo possible for him to"gIvo
further details ot Sir E. Shackleton's
plans. He said: "The explorer has
left a map of his new route In my
possession, and we shall go over it
together thoroughly when ho returns
to Berlin from Vienna at the end or
this week. At present the project
Is not sufficiently worked' out to lay
before a scientific body. - - "
"I can only say that It is aulta, ..
new scheme, and In my opinion the
very best one possible. I believe It
will surely enable Sir Ernest Bhac
kleton to reach the Pole. The main
point Is that the direction he In
tends taking Is altogether different
from his last Journey."
Being robbed by a thief In an auto
mobile is tough enough. It Is hard to
lose tho money even In that most
modern of ways. Walt, however, until
tho airship swoops down on the way
faring man, collect Its toll amounting
to all he has got. and then spreads Its
wings for nowheje.
We know nof, how other cities may
fa,o but when ,the tall of the comet
comes in contact with tho Pittsburg
atmosphere there 'will be some tall
scampering toward tho outer run of
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