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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, MAn. 16, 19 10.
Contestant's Effort The
Result Of Educational Ambition
Kim Alice Ai ...lihue 3,000
Miss M. Kapuniai Wnimca 3,000
Miss W. E. Holt Makawell 3,000
M'm Ncal Kcalia 3.000
I Miss Anrabcllc Mumlon Knpaa .-. . 3,000
1 THE HEiRTO THE HOORH
THE 'GRUFF MT EXPLAINED
Get Your Votes In For The
Count Early Tomorrow
t 11 st
tt (let ypur voteB for tho count tt
tt In early tomorrow afternoon. tt
tt All voter that aro not In tho tt
tt ballot box before four o'clock tt
Thursday afternoon will not ap- tl
tt pear In tho first count. Every tt
tt one should try nnd got In as tt
St, many votes as posslblo for this U
tt first count because It will help
t: you to secure the scattering voto tt
tt ot the readers who have no per- tt
tt sonal Interest In any of the tt
tt tt tt tt tt tt tt
Strlfo, competition, and tho ef
fort tho words connoto, have for all
tlmo been the result of healthy am
bition. Not tho laggard ambition or
ho who wishes, without doing; but
tho ambition that begets effort ef
fort llko that which has brought
man from caves to civilization.
Effort is the outward evidence of
educational ambition; and educa
tional ambition Is the character
lever that controls and saves people
from becoming mere plodders, with
This Is tho kind of ambition nnd
effort that is characteristic ot tbo
ladles who aro contesting tor tfie
pleasure of a trip to Yosenilte Val
ley and California. To many ot
them this contest presents an op
portunity to gratify an ambition
long checked to travel In Califor
nia. Tho prompting ot this ambi
tion is educational desire, and tho
true student, has no higher concept
than that of education and pleasure,
that can be gained from traveling.
Every day somo girl or woman
who has been timid about making
n start comes to tho II u 1 le t'l n
office and secures a receipt book and
starts her canvass for subscriptions
nnd votes, and It Is due these timid
ones to say that almost without
exception they are tho ones most
anxious to secure tho trip for
what they will learn.
The surprise that .comes to tho
timid ones, Is not In their daring
to try and win one ot tho trips, out
ns to how easy It is to get 'results
results that show n handsome to
tal of votes at tho end of "each day's
The Gruff Man.
Everyone has formed at some tlmo
n mental picture of what they think
constitutes n "gruff" man. 'I no
"gruff" man has his terrors for coiv
tosinnts and many think that uioy
cannot avoid him and win one ot
these trips. The contest manage!
wants to let the women contestants
Into a secret. Tho supposed gruu
man has ldldsyncracles of action In
voting contests that outrivals the
budding swains flrtt visit to mo
homo of his heart's choice Tho re
quest of twomen contestants for sub
scriptions and votes to ho who con
g'titutes what to so many is a booglo
lias a result In a pleasing, surprising
nrfd sudden manner.
, Wants Secrecy.
This supposed gruff' man comes to
the office almost at nnca upon re
ceipt of n requect for votes nnd
growls, not at tho lady who asked
him for votes, but at the contest
"I want somo votes," ha says.
That's the extent of his conversa
tion until you start to fill out mo
coupon for him. When he Is asked
for who'm the votes are to bo cast he
growls something to the effect tuat
he guesses ho Is doing tho voting,
and no one else. After it is ox
plained to him that It is necessary
to glvo tbo nnmes, he does co, but
only after he has been assured that
no ono elso shall know.
Then he starts to talking like this;
"I don't want It known who I am
voting for, and what Is more I don't
want even tho lady to know I vot
ed for her. Let tho young chaps get
her thanks. I don't want her to
think that sha Is under obligations
to me," and with this remarkable
confidence) concluded, tho man walks
out ot tho office, unsheathed of hi
nrmor of gruffness.
Vote Surprise Accounted For,
Tho curious voting ot ttrls not so
curious' man1 (thoro jira many of his
kind) explains where candidates of
ten get votes which they cannot ac
count for. This sllont, Independent,
curious, gruff voter, call him what
you will, Is tho ono responsible, for
unexpected vote totals.
Gruff But a Friend,
If you know ono and ne knows
you, do not hosltate to ask his sup
port. Ho will give It you although
you may never know It. Sond him
for voles and his response will show
In nn unexpected vote nt the folio.
Ing count. Now confidentially this
curious tmin has been voting every
day since this contest began. Almost 1
every one ot tho candidates Is going
to find that she has votes In the
first count that were cast by some
"gruft man," but a friend neverthe
The Club Offer.
The offer or several tnousanu ex-
tra votes for tho equivalent of three
yearly subscriptions is not a conti
nuous oner. It expires on Thursday,
March 31st at 5 p. m. This Is truly
one of tho best club offers thut will'
he made during the entire contest.
It Is best, becnuse It Is for a long
period, and best, because It is on?
that every contestant can take ad
vantage of. Why not do It now?
Get the clubs now, as many as you
can, because later In tho contest a
premium for effort will not bo giv
Votes May Be Secured From
Aiinougu trip canuiuniog win oniy
competo for tho trips against their
sister candidates In tho samo dis
trict, they will not bo confined to
their district In securing votos.
Votes can be secured anywhere, in
tho contest territory or out of It.
Thcro Is no restriction as to where
votes can be secured. Chaperbne
candidates havo tho same privilege.
How Votes Are Issued.
Each copy of tho n u 1 1 0 1 1 n
will contain a coupon, which, when
properly filled out, will entitle the
holder to votes ot tho number speci
fied. This number wilt vary from
day to day. No advance announce
ment ot tho number ot votes will be
given.' Votes will also ba Issued ou
paid subscriptions to tho Even
I n g and Weekly U u 1 1 0 1 1 n In
proportion to tho length ot time
such subscriptions aro paid In ac
cordance with tho schcdulo appear
Sond In your votes for tho count
ut ouco. It Is well to hold back a
few votes all tho time, but you
should make as good a showing as
posslblo In tho first few counts.
How to Helo Friend.
It you havo a friend In tho con
tost and want to see her win, send
In your subscription to the Bul
letin and get your friends to do
tho came, A tew subscriptions will
place your favorlto candldato so
high In tho count that many who
do not know tho lady wilt commence
to help her, as they wish to cast
their votes for one who, It appears,
haa a chanco to win.
Nominations Not Closed.
There seems to bo an Impression
that nominations aro closed forever-:
mote, so tar nH this contest Is con
cerned. Tho nominations are not
closed, and will not be until the end
of tho contest. You could, If you
wi:h, nominate a candidate on the
last doy of thecontest.
Remember, separate ballots for
tho trip nnd chaperono contestants
are now being Issued, nnd you don't
havo to hold
Tho Evening- Bulletin Popular
Fill in the name of the candidates yon wish to vote
for and the district ii which Triu Contestant lives. Briwr
or mail to Manager, Contest Department, care of Even
ing Bulletin, Ho nolulu. T. H.
THIS COUPON COUNTS AS 5iV0TES
FOR TRIP CONTESTANT
FOR CHAPERONE CONTESTANT.
(This coupon is not good after Monday, March 28)
Ono year's subscription to tho
Wepkly Bulletin Old subscrip
tion, 10O votes; now subscription, 126
live years' subscription to the
Weekly Bulletin Old subscrip
tion, 12S0 votos; new subscription,
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN IS
Ono month's subscription to the
Droning Bu llistln, 75 cents.
' Thtee tnonthb' subscription to the
Bvonlng Bulletin, $200.
Six months' subscription to the
Bvonlng Bulletin. 4.00.
vTwslve months' subscription to the
Efvenlng .lulletln, $1.00.
Klto years' subscription to the
Evening Bulletin, 140.00.
One ' year's subscription to the
Woekly Bulletin, tl.00.
Five years' subscription to the
Weekly Btfllatln, 15.00.
Address all inquiries to
MANAGER, CONTEST DEFT.,
Honolulu, T. H.
James B. McSwanson is in charge
of the contest.
Office Hoars 11 a. m. to 1 p. m-j
3 :30 p. ra. to 4:30 p. m.
Nominees for Chaperone Carididates-At-Large
OAHU. - ''
Mrs. Zeave, Sachs' Honolulu 1,000
Mrs. A. K. Notley Honolulu 3,000
Mrs. Joseuh Schnlmelstar Waianw 1.000
Mrs. J. K. Notley, 265 Hukni St. . .Honolulu 3,000
Mrs. Helen Siemson Hilo 3,000
Mrs. Chas. M. King Olaa 8,000
Mrs. R. T, Forest Hilo ". 3,000
Mrs. Bessie Clinton Honokaa 3,000
Mrs. William Watson Hilo ...;;.'. 3,000
Mrs. Carrie Scharratt, Kailua Waimea ...' 3,000
Mrs. A. G. Curtis Kurtistown 3,000
Mrs. W, H. C. Camnbell. Piihonua. .Hilo . . . .T 3,000
' KAUAI. iiw:
Mrs. Henry Blake Koloa 1.000
Mrs. Henry E. Abbey Anahola .1.- 3,000
Mrs. Win, Kruse Wahiawa 3,000
Mrs. Ed. Daniels Iahaina .;:..., 3,000
Mrs. W. W. Wescott Paunene 3.000
Mrs. Beifgs, Paunene Hospital .... Patinenc 3,000
Nominees for Tr.ip Contestant
DISTRICT NO. I.'
Miss Sophia Witte, Ehlers & Co. . . .Honolulu . , ,
Miss Rebecca Macy Waialua ...
Miss Mary McCabe, Kapiolani Ma
ternity Home Honolulu .......
Miss Lei De Freis Honolulu'..-
Miss Marv Johnson. Johnson Sana
torium Honolulu .'. 3,000
Miss Honey Vocs Honolulu 3.000
Miss Rose Amia Honolulu " 3,000
Miss Ecmice Dwijrht Honolulu 3,000
Miss Antfe Pangclinan, Palm Cafe . . Honolulu 3,000
Miss Mary Diss Honolulu . . . . , 3.0G0
Miss Emma French. Sachs' Honolulu 1 . , 3,000
Miss Lucy Kopa, 915 Prospect St. . .Honolulu 3,000
,-, i. ,,mi n Miss Mary Ann Aki. Fort St. ...... .Honolulu .. . . . 3,000
-. ... ...... ,- , e-.-i.: ijiv ..i.
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n,.V , ..,..,..n..l .,111, onnlhnv OIKS &UUU OUBUIM, 11JI UUIU 10110 , DUIIWUIU ' O.VUV
.nnrii,i.in. v n t h. rt .i IMIss Lucv K. Barber Honolulu 3,000
........ ........ .- ..... .- .... .-- ... ! At.!... 04T TUT.
Lillian AJdna, 847 Mokakauea St
uvitu tu( j uu j , C 11 O l i mi
subscilptlons. Tou may hold the ' " """ dkuuui, uiegun owe
votes as long as you wish, but the'""" """"" ""
paper should be Btarted to your
frlonds who have subscribed in your
behalf. So send In tholr subscrip
tions as booh as you get thorn,
THE DISTRICTS ARE A3 FOLLOWS
District No, 1 Includes tbo City and
County of Honolulu. '
District No. 2 Includes tho Comity
District No. 3 Inclades tho County
of Maul. ,
District No. 4 Includes the County
of Kauai. ,
Don't forget tW candidates for
chaperone u,'e candldates-at-laras.
'You 'may fake the trip any time you
chooso, singly or In groups.
VOTES ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL
LOWED A8 FOLLOWS..
fnA mnnth'a Riihscrlntlnn la fhn
Evening Dullo.tl n Old sub-1 Mary H. Kawewehi
scrlptlon, 100 votes; now subscrip
tion, 125 votes.
Threo months' subscription to the
Bvonlng Dulloti n Old sub
scription, 350 voles; now subscription
Six months' subscription to
Evening Du He tin Old
. .Honolulu .
..N. Kona .
Miss Callie Lucas
DISTRICI NO. 2.
Miss Helen Wntson
Miss Isabella Koomoa, Keauhon.
Miss Lizzie Macy. Waikaumalo.
Miss Katherine Clark Kailua 3,000
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ri.i'i'''. ' . , .Musisr
IHE best way to
solid or plated is
to BOIL it. . ;,
Put the Bilver in a large
pan. Cover it with cold
s water. .Add half a cake
of Ivory Soap, shaved'
fine. Set on the stove
and let the 'water boil
'' until all the soap is dis
solved. Pour off the
suds, rinse the silver in
cold water and wipe it
with a chamois cloth.
99-lfSo Per Cent. Pure"
If dyspepsia Is your complaint, then
throw caro to tho winds, nnd go and
hoo "Tho Heir to tbo Hoorah" next
8nturday evening. It will heal any
thing but a broken leg, and contains
more laughB than anything that has
been written In years, and yet from
first to last there Is' not a BtiKgcstton
of coarseness, buffnnery, or forced ef
forts, thcro prevndes naturalness, and
drollery In tho witty sayings, and tho
complex situations all through tho
ploy, havo keen conceded by public
and critics as tho very best solvent
for dull caro In tho dally cup.
So much has been written and said
about Iho "Heir to tho Hoorah" that
now It Is ono of tho best known plays
in the world. Since It's first produc
tion a' tow years ago, scores of Kb Ilk
havo como nnd gone, whllo It has
nevor waned In popularity. It has
boon selected for tho opening play1 to
Introduco this very clever organiza
tion to thcatro goers of Honolulu with
tho ono Idea In view, of giving tho' en
tiro company a chanco to exploit Its
best acting qualities, and it Is said
that they could not bo better. Indeed
so thoroughly aro nil the members of
this company ndapted to all of the
requirements of this play that Mr. Mc
Itne exercised his best endeavor nnd
pecuniary Inducements to sccuro .this
piny nt any prlco for his opening.
Miss Oswald, the leading lady, will
wear several lato Parisian creations
from the famous shop ot Coquenham
& Clo, 31 Rue Tronchet, Paris, and aro
Indeed most benutirul.
. ... . -.X....JI 1 1 I
people, thus saving tlmo and money.
"Tho Judge's Ward" Is a heart to
heart story which, brings out tho sym
pathetic side of our' nature . .
Comedies,' "Rom'nnco of nn Umbrel
la." nnd "A Careless Tramp," are lo
Miss Louisa de Harne Kohala ;... 3,000
Miss Alice Hattie. Kohala Hilo 3,000
Miss Emma Akamu Hilo ...,...'. 3,000
Miss Mary K. Keawehano Hilo ,.,..... 3,000
Miss Rose K. Nalima .'.Hilo ....;. 3,000
Miss Louisa Hapai Hilo 8.000
Miss Hattie Saffery , . . . : .Kikuihaele 3,000
Miss Mary Arakawu1 .Hilo... ,,,., 3,000
Miss Mary Nailima Olaa ..Y'.;.;.'..i 3,000
Miss M. Hose Pahala ; 3,000
Miss Emily Ewaliko Hilo , . : .V. ;......- -. . 3,000
Miss Queenie Scharratt, Kailua. .. .Waimea 3,000
Miss Annie Kai Hilo
Miss L. Williams ..Hilo ......:
Mary H. Kawewehi y...i .. .-. . .J .'KeauhpuA? .I.'i ifcl'.i ,....'.
Miss Knulei JIapaii ... J ...'.'. ! .'I .Hilo . M .VA li'.H ! .,1 . '. .
Miss Annie Aiu . . . -.. . . . Kailua 'jV. i.'i A .'.?.'. I .i.V,.
Miss Trinnie Marcos Pahoa JE . ;'.'?:; '.-'. '. .-.,.. .
DISTRICT NO. 3.
Miss Nancy Aki Lehaina 3,000
I Miss Nancy Cummins Wailuku 3,000
tho Miss Scholtz. Circuit Court Wailuku . . . 3,000
sub- Miss Lily Aki Kaupo 3,000
crlptlon, 800 votos; now subscription, Miss Mary Marciel Kahakuloa 3,000
1000 votos. Miss Marv Kaoo, Kaunakakal Molokai '. 3,000
Ono year's subscription to tho Miss Waiholo Lahalna ;.... 3,000
Evening Dulloti n Old sub
scription, 2000 votos; now subscrip
tion, 2600 votes.
Klvo years' subscription to tho
livening Dulloti n Old sub-
one ot tho formal printed requests scrlptlon, 15,000 votos; now subscrlp-
Miss Sarah Cockett Lahaina 3,000
Miss Lyda Crickard Puunene 3,000
Miss Jennie Hanson Wntlnku 3.000
Miss Carolyn Scholtz Wailuku . i 3,000
DISTRICT NO. 4.
Miss Polly EUiot Eleele 3,000
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Tho following program will bo rend
ered this evening at 7:30 o'clock at
Aala Park by tho Hawaiian band;
March Dan Cupid Dartley
Overture King's Lieutenant .... Till
Introduction Lohengrin .... Wagner
Selection I Lombardl Verdi
Vocal Lellehua, Hanalcl, Oahu, Lei-
lehua Nel (by request). or. by Bcrgcr
Selection La Perlcholo ...Offenbach
Intermezzo Musette Moret
Klnale Yama-Yama (new) ...Dergcr
Tho Star Spangled Danncr.
RENEWED HOPE FOR
Ho no for a ton-mlnuto street car ser-
vlcp for Katmukl springs eternal. What
is uenovcd a. preliminary stop towards
a more prompt trolley schcdulo or
Honolulu's promising suburb has been
taken by the' Rapid Transit Company;,
who, according to Superintendent ot
Public Wdrlts' Marston Campbell, has
applied for permission to construct a
passing' siding of four hundred foot
In length. The company' has received
permission to go ahead with the work,
which will be laid about a thousand
feet to the eastward ot Kapahulu
Lane. The Rapid Transit management
claim that tho siding Is necessary In
claims that the .siding Is. necessary in
Ing and evening may be Instituted .be
tween l'awaa Junction anil walaiao
terminus of tho Hotel street line.
LANTERN BEARERS ,
This, thing of going homo beirtng
a Inntern-savo on moonlight nights is
becoming monotonous and Irksome to
n number or residents and taxpayers
on Tenth and Eleventh' Avenuo,. Kal
niul:l who have como before -the' May
or's offlco with their burden nt trou
ble nnd woo. They want light nut
that way nnd It has been figured out
that eight lights on' the Diamond Hod
sldo nnd four Inatallsd on tho mtuki
side, the work to bo done, at an .early
il.tto would nrovo of Inrstlmnble ben
efit to Hint particular section of tho
Clty'and County Treasurer Trent haa
a en li rccervo'on hand at tho last of
February which caused tomo ot .tho
Supervisors to sit straight up and tako
notice. However, for every dollar on
hand there U a lusty demand for the
expendltiue of two dolUrs'aud accord
ing to Trent'3 statement of City and
County flnnnclod the receipts for tho
menth of Fcbiuary amounted to $127,
327.78, offset by ill. bun.omo.its amount
ing to 'tS0 273 70. The balance on
hand ot the c use of tho month totals
USED ALL BUT X
NAN J. ASPINWALL, THE MONTANA GIRL, AT THE NOVELTY.
The stneo namo of tho Mon tuna OlTl chnouo from u herd of a hundred
Is Miss Wall and sho Is known to a
great mnny Honolulu theater goers
through her clover presentation of tho
Indian musclo danco at tho Novelty
Theater, during tho past month. Pre
ceding tho presentation of this danco
Miss Wall gavo an exhibition lit rop
ing. Miss Wall or Nan Aspinwall was
raised on n Montana ranch nnd when
sho cannot get a dally horseback rldo
sho pines for tho days when she could
Nun Aspinwall 1b undor contract
with a theatrical manager to rldo from
San Francisco to Now York astride
tho horso pictured abovo, when sho
completes her Honolulu engagement.
Sho looks forward with pleasure to
this long rldo, as many women would
to nn Intended visit to Europe in a
moro modern manner. Miss ABplnwnll
will soon closo her engagement nt tho
THE LAST NIOHT. companies of actors who glvo directed
Thls( will, bo tho last appearance of performances for tho motion pictures.
Walter and Sturm, tho world famous Tho "Romance of tho Andes" is one
Jugglers, nt tho Pnrk thoator, ns they of thorn nnd tho scenery Is gonulno,
go to tho CoaBt on tho. Alameda tomor- tho company proceeding to tho Andes
row. Theso poopln huvo created a for tho .production. Thoro Is now In
furoro hero nnd they will no doubt Hnwnll n representative of this Arm
enpturo thontcrgocrs on tho mainland, engaged In making pictures.
In conjunction with this fonturo thoro
will be ono of (ho famous l'atliu pic
tures, "A Romance of tho Andes," bo-1
ing a drama In which real Bconery Is
a fonturo. Patho Froros havo flvo
different theaters and throu "xcollent
"Caucasian Customs" Is another of
lhoso ('durational story pictures for
people who ran not travel nnd sco tho
world, to wo bring tho world to tho
Out of' a mcnthlV' annronrlatlon ot
two ihoiiLaud' dollars for carrying on
load" worlt nt Koohupoko Dlitv'ot,
Hmd Supcrl'nr James K. Paole re
ports n cash balance or 74 cents nn
hand at tho rlovo of Fobruary. Paolo
tins 'filed n statement with tho Mayor's
cilice in which ho reports navnm oc
pended $1405.45 for labor and $533 Ct
for material in his district during tho
WHAT'S THE MATTER
WITH WARD AVENUE
Chairman Jim Qulnn of tho city road
committee will have to again pay a
visit to Ward Avenue, whlclv accord
ing to a complaint submitted to Mayor
Forn, Is In wretchod condition'. Mrs.
Victoria Vard. writes that sho mado
complaint concerning tho condition nt
tho thoroughfare some months ago, but
nothing save an acknowledgment ot
her letter has boon received by her.
DUNCAN WILL GET HIS PAY.
Aftor. considerable delay, Territorial
Foo('Commfs3loricr and Analyst R. A.
Duncan will rccolvp his pay for work
performed for the cty and county, tho
bill amounting to thirty dollars. When
tho account far, services rendered wna
presented, It waB passed up by tho city
days to the Territorial paymaster. At
lust night's mooting of tho Hoard, tho
bll was ordored paid.
LINDSAY At Honokan. March fli,
1910, Aloxa Lindsay younejoat 'T!'?h.
tor of Mr. and Mrs. A. II, Lindsay,
aged flvo yiars.
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