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F.VKNINn MII.I.KTIN, IIONOMJMJ. T It., THURSDAY. MAK. 17, 1910.
Standing of Contestants To Bs Shown
By St. Patrick's Day Count
Miss ScholU, Circnit Court Wailuku . . . 3,000
Miss T.ily Aki Kaupo 3,000
Miss Mary Marciel Kahakuloa 3,000
1 Miss Mary Kaoo, Kaunakakai .... Molokai 3,000
Miss Waiholo Lahaina 3.000
Miss Sarah Corkett Lahaina 3,000
'Miss Lyda Cricknrd Puunene 3,000
Miss Carolyn Schollz Wailuku 3,ouu
A Skin or Beauty is a Joy Forftvei
DR. T. FEIX flOUHAUD'S 0MEN1 it
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DISTRICT NO, 4.
Mils Tolly Elliot Elcele 3,000
Miss Alice Ai Lihue 3,000
Miss M. Kaimniai Waimea 3,000
Miss W. E. Holt Maknweli 3,000
Miss Neal Kealia 3,000
Miss Annabelle Mundon Harm ....... 3,000
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tt California Contest lll lie nscer t,
tallied thin vtenliiR nnil the result U
it published In Krldnj h It ii 1 1 o 1 1 ii :t
H Thu announcement f this pro- t.
tt posed count stlried e-wrjoni) of t.
tt the catiilfcluICK to strenuous of- t
tt fort nml for the lust few dnjs t
tt the ote Issue has liei'ii trcinen t
tt iIoiih Miuiy thousand subscrli- t,
tt tlon totes hue been seemed, t.
The ilenianil for totes was parti
cnlarly brink this morning the Con
tent Malinger iletotluj; almost the en
tiro forenoon to Issuing totes an u n
milt of the unlet receleil li.v 'mill
from Hawaii ami .Maul Still many ol
the Mites were not cast for IIiIh conn
ns ntinust all of the candidates real
Izu the necessity of utalnliiK some
totes for emergencies,
Chaperone Vote Light.
Indications nre that the total ol
Mites for the chapeione contestant!
will bo much lebs than those for the
trip contestants. The coniietltliin fin
this position ultli the party nil! later
undoubtedly be liotl) contesteil, bit
tho chaperone contestants ure u bit
bIuw In getting started,
Most of tho matrons realize thai
their selection depends to a Brent ex
lent upon the Biipport of one or t
of tho trip contestants The trip con
ti stunts arc just as much interested In
lio will he chosen and are waiting
before they make their choice. The
losiilt of the first two or three couuU
will show who are the leading lrl
contestants and then the trip and chap
crime contestants will begin working
Likes St. Patrick' Day Count.
St. Patrick's Day ns the da) for the
first oto count appealed to one des
ci'iidant of tho !2rln Isle who la a con
"It will bo n lucky day for me, I
know," said this contestant. "Sure
)oii tell us that luck don't count but
I know this will I am so certain ii
will, that I am forgiving jou for hav
ing the result published on Krldaj."
Work Not "Banshee."
Again, It liny be well to tell jou
that luck has no Influence In this con
test. It Is effort effort of tho 22 karat
kind that counts In iMipiilarlly Miilng
contests. So summon the "banshee
to jour support or uold It us jou
wish, but don't forget to work at thi
'tamo time. It's woik that will bring
Count Published Again on Monday.
Another count of Mitos will be m idi
again on Saturday afternoon and tho
results will bo published in next Mini
da's Ilu I let I n
The Club Offer.
Tho offer of several thousand cx
tin otes for tho equivalent of thief
jcnrly subscriptions is not a conti
nuous offer. It expires on Thursday,
March Hist at 5 p. in. This Is truly
onu of the best club offers that will
bo made during the cntiro contest slx month8- mibscrlptlon to tho
It Is best, because It is for n long Evonlng Ilu llo 1 1 n-Old sub
period, and best, because It is one .BCr,,ton, 800 otcs; new subscription,
that every contestant can take ad-! jnnn votes.
nntngo of. Why not do It nowf 0no yc'Br-g gubscrlptlon to tho
(Jet the clubs now, ns many iib jou Kvonlng Qui lot In Old sub
cau, because later In the contest J gcrlntlon. 2000 Mites: new Bubscrlp-
premium for effort will not be glv
Votes May Be Secured From
Although trip candidates will only
(ompete for the trips against their
t-lbter candidates in the same dlH-
'be.1; "lum?," I?,"' jlZfl".
their district In securing votes.
v a i, ,.i n,,.w in
tho contest territory or out of tt. We ok I y nullotln Old subscrlp
There Is no restriction us to where tlon, 1250 votes; now subscription,
votes cau be secured. Chaperone 2000 votes.
The Evening Bulletin Popular
Fill in the name of the candidates you wish to vote
for and the district in which Trip Contestant lives. Brine;
or mail to Manager, Contest Department, care of Even
ing Bulletin, Honolulu, T. H.
THIS COUPON COUNTS AS 17 VOTES
FOR TRIP CONTESTANT
FOR CHAPERONE CONTESTANT
(This coupon is not good
ons For Later Counts
candidates hae the same privilege. '
How Votes Are Issued. j
Each opy or the llulletin'
will iiintalii a coupon, which, when
aioperlt filled out, will entitle the
holder to totea (,t the number sped-j
.led. This number will ary from ;
l.i to day. No advance niinuuncc-in-lit
of the number of votes will be
then." Votes will also b Issued oil
paid subscriptions to the K v e n
I n g and Weekly 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n In
iiioportloii to the length of time
such subscriptions are paid In ac
cordance with the schedule appear
How to Help Friend.
If jou bate a friend In the con
.est and want to see her win, send
In jour subsciiptlon to the 11 u 1 -Ictln
and get jour friends to do
the same. A few subscriptions will
place jour favorite candldato so
ilgh In the count that many who
lo not know tho lady will commeuco
to help her, as they wish to cast
their votes for one who, It appears,
lias n chance to win.
Nominations Not Closed.
There seems to be an Impression
lint nominations are closed forever
more, so far as this contest Is con
cerned. The nominations are not
"losed, nnd will not be until the end
of the contest. You could. It jou
wish, nominate n candidate on tho
Inst day of the contest.
Ilemomber, 3epnrnt6 ballots for
the trip and chaperone contestants
are now boing issued, ami you don't
have to hold jour votes until you
make an iirriiugement with another
.'andtdatc. You tan get the rest at
any other tlmo. Send In for your
"iibiicrlptloiis. You may hold tho
votes us long as jou wish, but tho
paper should bo started to your
friends who have subscribed In jour
behalf. So send In their subscrip
tions us soon us jou get them.
THE OI8TRICT8 ABE AS FOLLOW8
District No. 1 Includes tho City ami
County of Honolulu.
District No. 2 Includes the County
District No. 3 Includes tho County
District No. 4 Includes the County
Don't forget the candidates for
chaperone are candidates at-large.
you may take the trip any tlmo you
choose, singly or in groups.
VOTES ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL
LOWED AS FOLLOWS
Ono month's subscription to tho
livening Dullotl n Old sub
scription, 100 votes; new subscrip
tion, 125 votes.
Three months' subscription to tho
Kvonlng Dullotl n Old sub
scription, 350 votes; new subscription
. g v,tc',,
tlon, 2500 votes.
Klvo j ears' subscription to the
livonlns tl u 1 lo tl n Old sub
scription, 15,000 votes; new subscrlp
One year's subscription to the
Weekly Bulletin Old tiibscrlp-
""J1' 10 VteSi nW BUbBCrl'mon' m .Miss Antfe PanBelWn,' Palm" cih.
otes. 'mi.. r., Tii.
m. .,.. ,i..i . ,', Miss Mary Dias
lifter Monday, March 28)
Extra votes will be given to
every contestant for the equiva
lent of three new daily yearly
subscriptions sent in betore 5 P.
M. Thursday, March 31st.
Extra votes will be given every
contestant for the equivalent of
three daily renewal yearly sub
scriptions sent in before 5 P. M.
Thursday, March 31st.
Remittances need not be made at any one time, nor be
for the same subscription nor for any stated period of
time. There is no limit to the number of subscription
clubs that may be secured by each contestant.
A record will be kept of all subscription payments, and
when any contestant has a credit equal to three daily year
ly subscriptions, either old or new, the votes will be issued.
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN 18
One month's subscription to the
renin g llulletin, 75 cents.
Tht co monllih' subscription to tho
Evening Uullotln. $200.
Six monthb' subscription to the
Droning L ul Ictln, $100,
Twelve months' subscription to the
Kvonlng tullotln, $8.00.
Five j cars' subscription to the
livening llulletin, $40 00.
Nominees for Chaperone Candidates-At-Large
Mrs. Zeave, Sachs' Honolulu 3,000
Mrs. A. K. Notley Honolulu 3,000
Mrs. Josenh Schulmeister Waianae 3,000
Mrs. J. K. Notley, 265 Kukut St. . .Honolulu 3,000
Mrs. Helen Siemson Hilo 3,000
Mrs, Chas. M. King Olaa 3,000
Mrs. R. T. Forest Hilo '. 3,000
Mrs. Bessie Clinton Honokaa 3,000
Mrs. William Watson Hilo 3,000
Mrs. Carrie Scharratt, Xailua ....Waimea 3.000
Mrs. A. O. Curtis Kurtistown 3,000
Mrs. W. H. C. Camnbell. Fiihonua.
Mrs. Henry Blake
Mrs. Henry E. Abbey
Mrs. Wm. Kruse
Mrs. Ed. Daniels lahaina 3,000
Mrs. W. W. Wescott Puunene 3,000
Mrs. BegK'i Puunene Hospital .... Puunene 3,000
Nominees for Trip Contestant
DISTRICT NO. 1.
Miss Rebecca Macy Waialua ,. . 3,000
Miss Mary McCabe, Kapiolani Ma- '
ternity Home Honolulu 3,000
Miss lei De Freis Honolulu 3,000
Miss Mary Johnson, Johnson Sana
torium Honolulu 3,000
Miss Honey Voss
Miss Rose Amia
Miss Bernice Dwight
Miss Emma French, Sachs' ,
Miss Lucy Kopa, 915 Prospect St... Honolulu 3,000
Miss Mary Ann Aki, Fort St Honolulu 3,000
Miss Emma Sasaki, 1457 Auld Lane .Honolulu 3,000
Miss Lucv K. Barber Honolulu 3,000
Lillian Akina, 847 Mokakauea St. . Honolulu 3,000
Miss Malia Sakuma, Oregon Block. .Honolulu 3,000
Miss Naomi Lazarus Pearl City 3,000
Miss Callie Lucas Honolulu 3,000
DISTRICT NO. 2.
Miss Helen Watson Hilo 3,000
Miss Isabella Koomoa, Keauhou. . . ,N. Kona 3,000
Miss Lizzie Macy. Waikaumalo. . ,.N, Hilo 3,000
Miss Katherine Clark Kailua 3,000
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. Nallma . . Hilo 3,000
Miss Louisa Hapal Hilo 3,000
Miss Hattie Saffery Kakuihaele 3,000
Miss Mary Arakawa Hilo .. 3,000
Miss Mary Nailima Olaa 3,000
Miss M. Hose Pahala 3,000
Miss Emily Ewaliko Hilo 3,000
Miss Queenie Scharratt, Kailua.... Waimea 3,000
Miss Annie Kai Hilo 3,000
Miss L. Williams Hilo 3,000
Mary H. Kawewehi Keauhou 3,000
Miss Kuulei Hapaii Hilo 3,000
Miss Annie Aiu Kailua 3,000
Miss Tiinnie Marcos Pnhoa 3,000
DISTRICT NO. 3.
Miss Nancy Aki lahaina 3,000
Miss Nancy Cummins Wailuku 3,000
Woekly Uullotln, 51.00.
Five years' subscription to
Woekly Bulletin, $5.00,
Address all inquiries to
MANAGER, CONTEST DEFT.,
Honolulu, T. H.
James B.jMcSwanson is in charge
of the contest.
Office Hours 11 a. m. to 1 p, m,;
3:30 p. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Wahiawa .' 3,000
'.Honolulu '. '. '. '. '. . '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. . '. 3',000
One year'e subscription to
A partj of nbout fifteen of the mem
bers of the home camp, under the di
rection of Corporal Henry Emerson,
left tho post for one of tho most plea
sant Sunday trips that linn boon made,
Saturday morning. The new wagon
etto was used and the men went lo
tho camp of the Biirvcy detachment
in Mnnoa Valley. Dinner was served
by tho survey detachment and tho
members of the party remained In tho
camp until late in the afternoon, re
turning to this post In time for a Into
supiier. These trips arc being arrang
ed for various Sundiijs nnd much en
Jojment Is obtained.
Sergeant first class Charles Dona
vln, of the hospital coips arrived on
tho transport jesterday and will bo
stationed at the post hospital here.
Private William Holt, of Company O
of the engineers, was .returned to
duty with his company from the hos
pltal at Kort Shatter where ho has
been for treatment for some time. Ser
geant William Foster of the same
company, was yesterday returned to
his company for duty. Sergeant Fos
ter will Join tho survej detachment at
Alen within thu next few days.
Tho members of this (Hist weio giv
en file drill Monday afternoon. The
point of the fire was tho post bakery
and very rapid and good work was the
result of the drill. Tho fire equipment
of Company O was used In this drill
nnd showed that it would prove sat
isfactory In caso of need. New equip
ment for protection Rgalnst fire, Is
expected from the states and will be
used In connection with the equipment
A number of the members of this
camp wero visited by friends from tho
transport jesterday anil last evening
The visitors wero entertained ubout
camp and during the evening nt the
post pavilion. Tho most of these men
were from enstern posts and going to
tho Islapds for duty.
Practically nil of the survey detach
ments now out In the Inland will
change location the last of tho pre
sent month. The survej-, thanks to
the flno weather at this tlmo. Is pio
gresslng rapldlj, A detachment will
i FORT SHAFTER NEWS 5
Private Stewart, Company V, 20th as eook with Company G.
Infantry, hus bceu detailed on spe- Battalion drill was held ut Kort
clal duty ns mounted orderly. His Shatter. Monday morning from 7 to
new duties will begin Immediately. 8 o'clock.
There ure now four men on mount- Companies I and V hud an hour of
ed messenger duties. gjmnasliim drill Immedlutelj after
Guard Mount. battalion drill.
Guard-mounting was held on the Theie will be several men belong-
parade gtound Tuesday morning for Ing to the 2nd Battalion, 20th Infantry,
the first time In several weeks, as leturnlng on the transport arriving
there hus been work going on fill- Monday or Tuesdaj'. Men from schools
Ing the holes and leveling the
ground. This Is now complete.
Some of tho companies are now
having gallery practise In the attei-
noons. The men aro all taking a
great Interest In the drills and In
structions pertaining to target prac
Use, ns the course this year will re
quite more attention than that Ian
Tho Kort Shatter ball team was
out on the Shatter grounds for a
practise gume Tuesday afternoon.
Corporal Currun, Company 11,
20th Infantry, who Is detailed on
special duty In connection with the
post telephone, a) stem, will go away
on the next transport to the Pre
sidio of Monterey, Cn! for a four
months' courseof Instruction in the
School of Musketry, It- Is expected
that Private Winn, Company E, 20th
lnfuntrj.v,wll be detailed on special
duty In connection with the post
telephone ujBtiem, to take the place
of Corporal Curran,
Private Mercer, Company O, has
been i-yfilled pn Bpecial duty as
New Handball Court.
There was a good crowd at the
post gymnasium Monday afternoon
trying the now handball court which
was recently completed. This Is an
other sport that the bojs will doubt
less enjoy very much. ThU Is the
first handball court ever erected at
There were several of the boys at
tho bowling allesu Tuesday after
noon enjoying themselves watching
boiuo of 'the best players of the post
roll a fow practise games. The
scenes weie exceedingly good, the
best being 22t.
Cook Dolnuii, Company 0, 20th In
fantry has been released from thu
post hospital aud returned to his duty
,w piii v ii,,, m iiiu i,,iii,.ii,H itv.it ,
Knhnnn nnd work along the coast!
from that place.
Post Laundry, ,
Work was begun Tuesday on the
building which Is to bo used ns a post
laundry. The work Is under the di
rection of Company (1, but the build
ing will be used for the work of all
the members of the garrison.
All of the transportation of the post
has been ordered to tho docks to haul
the supplies received on the transiort
to this post. A Inrge shipment of for
age will require many days to haul and
tho supplies for the engineers and the
quartermaster department are mnny.
Arrangements have been mado for tho
proper handling of these supplies u li
on their arrival at this post.
Private Marcus, of Company Grtias
been relieved from special duty as mu
sician and will report to his com
pany for duty. Private Monahan, of
the samo company, has been detailed
on special duty relieving private Mar
cus ns musician. Private llovey has
been sent for survey duty to the de
tachment located In Manoa Valley
Prlvnto Luther Miller has been reliev
ed from survey duty nt Walpnhu nnd
will report to this post for duty with
To Detachments. '
A number of the non commissioned
officers of the survey camps, which
have been at this iiost for the last few
da) s, have returned to their dectach
ments. More transportation has been
t-ent to some of the camps and many
now survey Instruments. Most of the
mountain detachments are being add
ed to so that, that part of the work
which Is the most difficult, will soon
be finished and these detachments will
be able to Join the main survey camps.
A completo renewal of the tentage
for tho camps havo been ordered from
tho states and Is expecte-l within the
next few weeks. This will all bo for
warded to the field camps as the tent
age now on hand at this post wilt be
used until the new barracks arc erect
ed. Csttmntcs for the lepalrs to the
nuartcrs of the iiou-commlsstoneil of
ficers of the post, have been sent tot
the department headquarters and work
will be begun on these t-oou.
In the States and furloughs, etc.
Tho poxt tailor shop will bo moved
ail', tubles placed In the mom where
the. tailor shop now Is for use of the
post exchange restaurant.
There was parade at Kort Shatter
Friday afternoon at 6 o'clock. The
Hawaiian band furnished music for
the parade. Company II, 2uth Infan
try was, at the tlmo the command was
In line or parade, formally picsented a
banner, a tmphy which thoj won last
field day at .Kort Shatter.
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For a sudden chill or cold (Instoad
of whiskey) use Painkiller, For colic,
diarrhea and summer complaint this
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