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EVENING BULLETIN', HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, M TL 22. 1910
VOTE ISSUE YESTERDAY
LIKE CLOSE OF CONTEST
r J?p ,4,pIIsNI1 ill
Made by the Locomobile Co. of America,
Most automobiles will serve some
purposes all of the time.
Others will serve all purposes some
of the time.
But it requires a car like the loco
mobile to serve all purposes all of
The Locomobile, for eleven years,
has been designed to serve all
purposes as well as possible.
Always ready to go.
Runs all day through deep sand or
thick mud, without overheating.
Gets there, and gets back.
Simplest and Most Reliable Ignition
Magneto and all apparatus
made in the Locomobile Plant.
Four speeds. Bronze Engine Bed.
Bronze Gear Case. Bronze Steer
Opinions of Owners
INTERESTING EXTRACTS FROM LETTERS RECENTLY RECEIVED
FROM LOCOMOBILE OWNERS.
"Have rue nearly 14,000 miles
without any trouble. As good as
when it left the factory." Model
E. C. A.. Schenectady, N. Y.
"The best car in the world. Has
run 23,500 miles in a year' and a
half and has never been overhaul
ed. Still runs smoothly." Model
L. J. M., Pasadena, Cal.
"The car has gone about 30,000
miles and has never gone better
than it does at present." Model
H.' H Albany, N. Y.
"The Locomobile is easily the
best built car in the world. Model
C. A. C, Buffalo, N. Y.
"30,000 miles in one season and
never stopped on the road." Model
C. A. Co.. Cambridge, Md.
"Car Model 'H' 1007 has been
run about 50,000 miles."
F. W. Fitchburg, Mass.
"My Model 'E' 1906 car is run
ning better than ever. Nothing
wears except tires. The car is in
daily use winter and summer."
A. E. R., Davenport, Iowa.
"This is the third season. About
34.000 miles; still running fine."
Model "E" 1907.
F. W. B Passaic. N. J.
"I am pleased with car. From
June to October, 1908, made 13,
020 miles." Model 'T' 1908.
R. S. H., Providence, B. I.
"It is without doubt the best car
I have ever ridden in. I have rid
den in the best cars made, and con
sider this Locomobile the better car.
It has plenty of power, runs with
absolutely no noise, and has tho
best springs of any that I have ever
ridden in, and is powerfully built
throughout. Model "L" 1909.
F. F. B., Buunene, Maul, T. Hawaii.
"Cannot find a fault. Over 70,
000 miles in less than four years,
and still doing work as well as one
could ask. Am absolutely satisfied."
Model "H" 1908.
A. J. R., Chicago, 111. .$
"I feel that it is due you that you
should know of the severe test I
have given my car. which conclu
sively proves that it is without doubt
the best car in America." Model "I"
0. J. B., Cincinnati, Ohio.
"My car is considered the quietest
running Locomobile ever put' out. ,
Twelve 'thousand miles and looks
like new. A wonderful hill-climber."
Model "I" 1908.
S. C, Sheffield, Mass.
, "Machine giving perfect satisfac
tion." Model "D" 1904.
W. D. P., Northampton, Mass.
"Have run this car about 46,000
miles." Model "E" 1906.
C. L. A., Plymouth, Pa.
"Car in good condition and runs
over 2000 miles per month." Model
R. R. Co., Rutherford, N. J.
"Have driven my car over 40,000
miles over the rough streets of Chi
cago, and it is running fine." Model
J. K. S Chicago, 111.
"This car has worn out twelve
sets'of tires, and I have never had a
single stop on the road due to en
gine or any other cause save tires."
Model "H" 1907.
W. H. W Philadelphia. Pa.
"It is as satisfactory a piece of
mechanism as any one would care
for, and it goes without saying that
I am highly pleased with the per
formance. I wish to express to you
my thanks for the care you have
taken to look after the car, and for
the many courtesies I have received
at your hands." Model "E" 1908.
W. S. B., Chicago, 111.
Schuman Carriage Co.
WJjJcomoSilfl 1 :m:to,i Jficomo6iM
SgjS Merchant Street, opp. Bishop St. SaBl
Malihini Makes Blind Choice
The Count Today Will Be Published j
I have to be kept (or n count by tin-,1000 vote.
prejudiced Judges at tho end ot the Ono year's subscription to tho
contest. Evening Bulletin Old sub-
How Votes Are Issued. I scrlptlon, 2000 votes; new subscrlp-
Bach copy of the nil) let In tlon, 2500 'votes,
will contain a coupon, which, when I Five years' tubpcrlptlon to the
properly filled out, wilt entitle the Kvonlng 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n Old sub-
holder to votes of the number spec!- scrlptlon, 15,000 votes; now subscrlp-
A count will be made this even
ing to ascertain the standing of the
contestants. Wednesday's B u 1 1 e
t i n will contain the results of this
count. Three counts a week will now
be made until daily counts are an
nounced. The results of these tri
weekly counts will be published on
Monday, Wednesday and Saturday
of each week. ,
"Votesl votes! and nioro votes!"
was the demand all day yestorday
In tha II u 1 1 e 1 1 n ofllcc.
The vote Issue )csterday was un
precedented during the early days
of other contests, and wus almost
equal to the contest-end demand of
past contests. So ninny votes camn
In during the one day that It seem
ed that unothcr ballot-box would bo
required to hold the ballots. Hut
the constant demand for votes was
for those Issued with subscription
payments. This started along about
9 o'clock a. m. and closed at C:30
p. m., when the contest manager
took advnntage of a momentary lull
and escaped from tho office Tho
voto Issue today has becu almost ns
Had Five-Year Subscriptions.
The contest man thought Jio was
through issuing votes for the day
about the middle ot the afternoon,
as ho had issued coupons for almost
every candidate listed In District 1,
soiuo of whom even brought In five
year subscriptions, and he was later
astonished (submerged would mora
clearly Indicate how ho felt) by nu
merous voluntary subscriptions from
people who wanted the 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n
and at the name tlmo an opportunity
to vote for the contestants. -
One of these was a malihini, who
had been attracted by the contest
talk. He "was a Callforninn and
wanted to know If, Just because he
had not lived here a year, he could
not vote. The contest manager told
him that no such law was found In
his blue l6ok.
"Well, I'll tell you," the stranger
continued, "I want to vote for one
of these ambitious girls who wnnt
to visit California and Yosemttc.
That park Is the grandest thing In
California, excepting my natlvo
town, and I want people from here
to see it; and besides that, I want
the 1) u 1 1 e t i n when I get back
The stranger was told how tho
vote issue Is made, and then he vfas
In a quandary for whom to voto. 'Ho
know none of tho candidates. Tho
content manager und everyone clso
connected with the I! u 1 1 o 1 1 it
could not help him out, as no one In
anywise connected with the II u I
1 o 1 1 u Is allowed to suggest tho
name of a candidato or deposit bal
lots. Finally the malihini lilt upon
an Idea he said that he had known
to work pretty well.
Ho closed his oycg and made n
blind choice by taking the candidate
whoso name was nearest whero he
then placed his finger. Then ho
was told that ho was also entitled
to ote for a chapcrone. He repeat
ed the operation and seemingly left
tho office satisfied that he had made
a good choice, and, confidentially,
he did, because thcro Is not n name
fled. This number will vary from
ilnv In ilnv 'n fif1vnnfn nnnnitnrp.
1 ment of the number of votes will be
given.' Votes will also.be Issued on
. , , . ,, . , , paid subscriptions to the Even-
In the list that would not be a good lng ntld weekly Bulletin In
VII. 111. ut
proportion to the length of time
One year's subscription to tho
Weekly Bulletin Old subscrip
tion, 100 votes; new subscription, 125
Five years' subscription to tho
Weekly Dul lcllri Old subscrlp-
No, tho contest manager .will not B(ch BUUMrptions are paid In nc-jtlon, 1260 votes; new subscription,
tell you the names of the fortunate cordance wlth the Bchedule appear-
uillUlUUIl-3 IlUt UCI, tllU UIBlllVl Ul ,.,
Want to Be Interested.
All this goes to show you candl'
dates that n great many H u 1 1 e
1 1 n readers nre Just as much In
Nominations Not Closed.
There seems to be an Impression
that nominations aro closed forever
more, so fnr as this contest Is con
cerned. The nominations are not
tcrested In your candidacy as you or ,,,..,, ,.,, ,, ml. ,, lint,i ,hn .,.
your Intimate friends They, who of tho contc9t Vou couId( you
have no particular choice, are Just wl8hnomImte a candidate on the
walling and, some of them, hoping ,UBt d . of tho contesti
that you will como around and In- .
toreit them In your particular claim THE D,8TnlCT8 ABE As FOLLOWS
for the pleasure of this California Dstr)ct No , ,ncludcB ,he CUjr Md
l"1'' . County of Honolulu.
Everyone Likes Ambitious People. I District No. 2 Includes tbe County
In any part of the world whero 0f Hawaii,
there aro ambitious people who want District No. 3 Includes the County
to travel for the advantage of cdu- of Maul,
cation and pleasure, there arc nl-' District No, 4 includes the County
ways people who can be Interested ,ofKau.al: . .. .,. . .
to help you secure a trip, and espe-l . ' W ath.e. ""ImV.
, .. .. , , . ' . . .r. chaperon are candidatet-aViarfle.
daily Is this to In a contest ot thU Yu may take the trip any timo you
nature, where the voter also gets J choose, singly or in groups.
me it u i i e l i ii inr me time or-
. The count today Is going to
change the positions ot some ot tho
candidates, it seems, from the record
ed voto Issue, but tho contest man
ager Is not at all certain that It
will. In fact, he is certain ot noth
ing but that yesterday, with today
thrown In, ,ls lacking In contest cer
tainties. Ouessing Will Lose.
No human being can tell who
will be tho leader this evening, to
morrow, or at tho end of tho con
test. The change of positions dur
ing the paBt two days hate btfen al
most constant. Judgment won't help.
And guessing Is a poor thing to tie
to, too. With over fifty contestants
in the field In an energetic search
for coupons, guessing can hardly hit
upon the winners. Among all these
contestants, one never knows who
has the most orders for subscrip
tions, und hence tho most votes. In
this contest a guess goes up against
u clrcumstnuce that complicates
matters considerably. With tha
chaperono and trip contestant work
ing together, there Is always a pos
sibility that one or the other, or per
haps Loth, havo a big bunch of votes
ns the result of her day's work.
Work the Winner.
It is us the contest manager told
you nt first. It Is not luck, but ef
fort, that will be the Until woid. The
ones who make the greatest effort.
not what the vote totals show to
day, tomorrow, or the day after,
will bo the winners. You are all
about equal so far as friends go In
numbeis, mid It Is the ones who ask
the most of these friends to help
who will he tho guests of the" 11 u 1
I e 1 1 u lit Yohemlle.
An Axe, Saw or Terrier.
Contest writer after contest writ
er has declared that votes from the
paper como In that look like thoy
had been cut out with uii nxo. Tim
present ono wants to vary the word
ing. Some of tho votes ho countu
look as though they had been
dragged out by u dull saw or a rut
.terrier. Now, Isn't It Just us easy
to cut them out neatly, and at tho
same time tie them up In packages
of an oven number? These votes
VOTES ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL
LOWED A3 FOLLOWS
One months subscription to
Evening Bulletl n Old
scrlptlon, 100 votes; new
tlon, 125 votes.
Threo months' subscription to the
Evening Bulletl n Old sub
scription, 350 voles; new subscription,
Six months' subscription to the
Evoning Bulletin Old sub
scription, 800 votes; new subscription.
THE PRICE OP THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN IS
One month's subBCilption to tho
Evening Bulletin, 75 cents.
Thiee nionthb' subscription to the
Evening Bulletin, 1200.
'Six months' subscription to tho
Evening Bulletin. $4.00.
Twolvo months' subscription to the
Evening Julletln, $8.00.
Five years' subscription to the
Evoning Bulletin, $40.00.
One year's subscription to tho
Weekly Bulletin $1.00.
Five years' subscription to th
Weekly Bulletin, $5.00.
Address all inquiries to
MANAGER, CONTEST DEFT.,
Honolulu, T. H.
Tames B. McSwanton is in charge
of the contest.
Office Hours 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.;
3:30 p. m. to 4:30 p. m.
A flno ot $2000 has been charged
up against tho Sugar Planters' Asso
ciation. This Is tho amount it cost tho
planters in connection with tho two
Portuguese boys who were brought
here under a contract system, Tho
two boys wero ordered deported but
have been held as witnesses In tho'
case, A check for tho amount of tho
flno has been deposited with the Treaa-urcr.
Standing of Chapcrone Contestants
Mrs. Zeave, Sachs' Honolulu . , ... 11.539
Mrs. Josenh Schulmeister Waianae 8,008
Mrs. J. K. Notley, 265 Xnkui St. . . Honolulu ........: 3,503
I Vote for Trip Contestant
In Evening Bulletin Popular
Fill in name and district of your favorite candidate
and send to the Bulletin Contest Department,
(Not Good After Monday, April 4)
I Vote for Chaperone Contestant
In Evening Bulletin Popular
(This coupon is not good after Monday, April 4)
Fill in name of your favorite candidate and send to
the Bulletin Contest Denartment.
Mrs. A. K. Notley Honolulu
Mrs. Helen Siemson Hilo ...
Mrs. Carrie Scharratt, Kailna . ...Waimea
Mrs. Chas. M. King Ulaa
Mrs. Bessie Clinton Honokaa
Mrs. R. T. Forest Hilo ...
Mrs. William Watson Hilo 3,040
Mrs. A. O. Curtis Kurtistown : 3,022
Mrs. Minnie Trowbridge Hawaii .
Mrs. Henry Blake Kola ....
Mrs. Henry E. Abbey Anahola
Mrs. Wm. Kruse Wahiawa
Mrs. Beccs, Faunene Hospital . . . .Pnunene V 3,379
Mrs. W. W. Wescott Puunene . 3,202
Mrs. Ed. Daniels Lahaina i 3,223
Standing of Trip Contestant.
DISTRICT NO. 1.
Miss Angie Fangelinan, Palm Cafe. .Honolulu 45,860
Miss Mary Johnson, Johnson Sana
torium Honolulu 115,211
Miss Rebecca Macy Waialua . . . , i . , 8,992
Miss Mary McCabe, Kapiolani Ma
ternity Home Honolulu 8,043
Miss Naomi Lazarus Pearl City ....-, 5,303
Miss mma Sasaki, 1437 Aula Lane .Honolulu ...-....-..,.'.. . . 4,102
Miss Honey Voss Honolulu ' 3,840
Miss Bernice Dwight Honolulu 3,007
Miss Emma trench, Sacns' Honolulu . . . -.v .' 3,100
Lillian Akina, 847 Mokakauea St 3,080
Miss Malia Sakuma, Oregon Block. .Honolulu '. 3,046
Miss Lucy X. Barber I . . .Honolulu .. .'...'. .' 3,042
Miss Lucy Kopa, 915 Prospect St. . . Honolulu . I . . .V. .' 3,033
Miss Rose Amia . , Honolulu ' 3,030
Miss Came Lucas Honolulu 3,030
Miss .Mary Dias Honolulu .' 3,014
DISTRICT NO. 2.
Miss Queeri; Scharratt, Kamuela. .Hilo , 3,914
Miss Louisa de Harne Kohala 3,663
Miss Isabella Koomoa, Keauhou. . . . N. Kona 3,217
Miss Helen Watson Hilo : 3,160
Miss Hattie Saflery Hilo '.... 3,127
Miss Lizzie Macy,' Waikaumalo. . . . Kailua 3,113
Miss Katherine Clark Hilo 3,120
Miss Annie Kai Keauhou .".... 3,104
Miss Alice Hattie. Kohala Hilo ....'...: 3,100
Miss Louisa Hapai Kukuihaele . .', 3,094
Miss Mary K. Keawehano Hilo 3,080
Mary H. Kawewehl Keauhou .' .' 3,080
Miss Emily Ewaliko Hilo : 3,070
Miss Mary Nailima Pahala 3,077
Miss Emma Akamn Hilo 3,057
Miss Mary Arakawa Hilo ....; '..; 3,041
Miss Rose K. Nalima Hilo .' 3,032
Miss Kuulei Hapaii Hilo . J. t 3,089
Miss M. Hose Hilo , ?,,. ;....... . 3,020
Miss L. Williams Hilo .'....' 3,018
Miss Trinnie Marcos Pahoa 3,012
Miss Annie Aiu Kailua T 3,010
Miss Maggie Nakapuahi Hilo 101
Maud Fisher , . . . . Hawaii 2
DISTRICT NO. 3.
Miss Sarah Cockett Lahaina , .... 4,301
Miss Nancy Aki Lahaina 3,140
Miss Marv Kaoo. Kaunakakai Mololtal .11 nn
IMiss Lyda Crickard Puunene 3,100
Miss Scholtz. Circuit Court Wailuku 3,100
Miss Waiaholo , Lahaina 3,085
Miss Mary Marciel Kahakuloa 3.057
Miss Lily Aki Kaupo 3,022
UlSlHlUi' wo. 4.
Miss Annabelle Mundon Kapaa 4,458
Miss Alice Ai Lihue 4,083
Miss W. E. Holt Makaweli 3,110
Miss Neal Kealia , 3,095
Miss M. Kapunlai Waimea 3,030