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nvr.NMNO nttt.ix.TiN. Honolulu, t h.. TiittnanAY, mvii 21 into.
SINCERITY OF PURPOSE A POWERFUL
STIMULANT IN POPULARITY CONTESTS
Confidence of Contesiants
Will Secure Votes
Eeople Are Popular Who 'Are
Nominations Not Closed.
Theie seems tn l)e mi Impression
thnt nominations are closed forever
more, so (ur nH tills contest Is con
cerned. The nominations are not
ITHE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN IS
I One month's subset Iptlon to the
Gvenlng Bulletin, 75 cents.
rloted, and will not lie until the end Thioe manthb' subscription to the
of tho contest. You could, If you Evening Dill If tin, $200.
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Tho phlloBOphy of "III win." will
turn friends' pessimism to rosy optim
ism. Lack nothlnR In confidence when
that they Intend to win and what Is
more, you should lu certain In your
own mind that you will.
Effort annlUd energetically to any
good puriose Is nlwnjs rewarded Slth
sou approach sour friends to ask for ! kikicI results The contestants who ap
their sunnort. Doubtfulness In your- pi) their energies for the next few
self will mnko jour friends doubtful, weeks to the purpose of hccurlng
of jou. sotes In the Hulletln's Popular-
Every candidate should try and I in- It) Contost arc certain to be rewarded
press all whom the) ask for sotis.lwlth magnificent ote totals.
Are you determined In the purpose
)ou are pursuing? Are )ou reall) sin
cere In )our ntiempt to Kit the trip to
Yosemlte nnd California, that the
II u 1 1 o 1 1 n Is offering to fle women
Thero is no nioro powerful stlinu
lint for the success of your cnmpalgn
than tho sincerity of purpose )ou make
tsldent to )our friends and U title
tin readers, when )OU request their
support. This sincerity must not bo
confused with nnxtausness. There Is
a world of dtfferenco between tho ex
pressions: "I hope I shall win." and
' I nm going to tr) as hard as I can."
Choose tho last In expressing )our
desire to people to whom )nu speak
Tho world likes n worker and tho
word "to" with Its three little letters
Is tho word of progress. It contains
more power than n ten thousand word
socabular of wishes.
Tho sote totals today show tho sue
cess of the contestants who lime
worked. It Is not too late today to be
Kin to do what others hae dono. If
sou apply yourself with just n little
more energy than do your opponcnis
jou will he the successful one.
v Thero are at least at this time, a
hundred people who have paid their,
subscriptions and havo neer been
asked for the sotes they are entitled
to. Tho only way )ou can ascertain
who theso people are Is by continuous
and systematic cansnBs of jour friends
and Bulletin readers. Don't pro
crastinate In doing so do It non
Look for these readers who have ill
ready paid their subscriptions and at
the same time you will find man) otli
era who nre waiting to make pay
ments when they arc asked for their
sates. It takes little argument to In
duce friends to take the I) u 1 1 o t tn
Almost every one )ou ask will do so
especially when they can at tho same
time help you secure this splendid
tt has been truly said that "fortnno
worth hundreds of dollars and Is not
that remuneration worth jour while
for a fow weeks' effort, even If )ou
devote all your time?
Subscribers sending in subscrip
tions to the Bulletin mutt al
ways mention the names of the, con
testants they wish to vote for, as all
ballots are filled out in full before
leaving office. You can hold back the
ballots as lone as you wish,
Every subscription payment made
on orvsince March 7 entitles the pay
er to votes. Present receipts and
votes will be issued. You vote for
two candidates a trip and a chap
erone contestant. An equal number
of xotes, as given in the standing
of votes, as given in the standing
vote schedule, are issued for each
Club Offer Closes March 3l.
Only one week more from to
day remains for candidates to take
adsantago of the offer of several
thousand extra votes to contestants
who turn tn the equivalent of three
dally jeaily subscriptions before 8
p. m , March 31, This Is one of
the best club offers 'that svlll be
mndo during the entire contest. Tho
securing of the premium votes given
Is an easy matter, as It Is not neces
sary thnt the three yearly subscrip
tions be turned In at one time. Every
subscription payment made to the
R u 1 1 e 1 1 n is credited to the can
didates for whom the sotes nre Is
sued, nnd when the contest record
shosss that any candidate has an
equtsaleut of three dally subscrip
tions, the extrn votes are Usued.
Several of the candidates have se
cured subscription clubs, and there
is not a candidate In the contest
who could not get at least ono be
fore next Thursday If she would
wish, nominate a candidate on the
Inst day of the contest.
THE DISTRICTS ARE AS FOLLOWS
District No. 1 Includes the CM)' unit
County of Honolulu
DUtilct No. 2 includes tr county
of Hawaii, .
District No. 3 lnc'udes tho County
District No. 4 Includes the county
Don't forget the candidates for
chaperone are candidates at-large.
You may take tno trip any time )ou
choose, singly or tn groups
VOTE8 ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL-
LOWED A3 FOLLOWS
Ono month's subscription to tho
Evening n u 1 1 e 1 1 n Old sub
scription, 100 sotes; new subscrip
tion, 125 votes.
Three months' subscription to the
livening nut let In Old sub
scription, 350 voles; now subscription
Six months' subscription to the
Evening Hullo tin Old sub
scrlptlon, 800 votes; new subscription
Ono year's subscription to the
Evening Bulletin Old sub
scription, 2000 sotes; new. subscrip
tion, 2500 sotes.
Flvo ) cars' rubrcrlptlop to the
Kvonlng Uullotl n Old sub
scrlptlon, 15',000 votes; new subscrip
One ) ear's subscription to tho
Weekly Uullotl n Old subscrip
tion, 100 votes; new subscription, 125
Five years' subscription to the,
Woekly Dull etln Old subscrip
tion, 1250 votes; new subscription,
Six months' subscription to the
Evening Pull etln. $4 00.
Twelse months' subscription to the
Evening .utile tin, $8 00.
Flvo years' subscription to
evening Hullo tin, S40 00.
One year's subscription to
Woekly Hullo tin, 31.00.
Flvo years' subscription to
We ok I y I) vile tin, $5 00.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
The Pacific Coast and Hawaii Will
Be Chief Beneficiaries When
the Panama Canal Route Is
Address all 'inquiries to
MANAGER, CONTEST DEPT.,
Honolulu, T. H.
James B. McSwanion is in charge
of the contest.
Office Hours 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.;
3:30 p. m. to 4:30 p. m. '
ROCKEFELLER PRAYS DAILY.
Each Morning Oil Magnate Seeks
Divine Help in Aspirations.
NEW YORK, Mar. 14. John D.
Rockefeller's dally prayer repeated
each rooming at the beginning of
the day's work Is this, according to
the Itev. H. P. Johnston, pastor ot
the Washington Heights Uaptlsl
"God keep mo In the samo mind,
thoughts, the same Ideals and nspl
ratlons.' Speaking on Rockefeller's relig
ious doctrine, he said:
"Mr. Rockefeller nnd his family
begin each day with prayers. He ts
tho nob'est, gentlest and sweetest
soul thnt I have ever met,"
Family of flvo victims of nvalancho
buried In ono graso. -
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.
knocks but once at every door." SomulHow Votes Are Issued.
Standing of Chaperone Contestants
Mrs. Zeave, Sachs' Honolulu i 24,073
Mrs. Josenh Schulmeister Waianae 5,096
Mrs. J. K. Notley, 265 Kukui St. . . Honolulu - 3,626
A. K. Notley Honolulu 3.040
HAWAII " '
Helen Siemson ' Hilo ., 12,736
Carrie Scharratt, Kailua .'...Waimea .. 3,996
Chas. M..King Olaa 3,928
Bessie Clinton Honokaa , , '. 3,183
Rr T. Forest Hilo .....f 3,117
William Watson ,..Hilo 3.040
Mrs. A. O. Curtis Kurtistosvn 3,022
Mrs. Minnie Trowbridge Hawaii . , 2
Mrs. Henry Blake . Koloa 4,534
Mrs. Henry E. Abbey Anahola ... 3,345
Mrs. Wm. Kruse Wahiawa 3,095
Mrs. Ed. Daniels Lahaina ..: r...... 5,769
Mrs. Beggs, Puunene Hospital ....Puunene 3,780
Mrs. W. W. Wescott Puunene 3,202
Standing of Trip Contestants
people aro so busy that they novcr
hear tho rap, which makes It neces
sary for Good Fortune to go out after
them with a stuffed club and drag
them In. Candidates, this ts jour op
portunlty. There Is no caster way lo
securo such a trip except having It
presented to you on it sllser platter
That Is virtually svhat your friends
gMH do, for )ou, If )Oii show you are
sincere In jour desire to take the trip.
ror a rew weeks' work jou aro
to be awarded six sseeks of summer
travel in California. This trip Is
Each copy ot the Bulletin
will contain a coupon, which, when
proporly filled out, will entitle the
holder to votes ot the number speci
fied. This number will vary from
day to day. No advance announce
ment ot tho number of votes will be
cordanco with the schedule appear
I Vote for Trip Contestant
In Evening Bulletin Popular
DISTRICT NO. 1.
Miss Mary McCabe, Kapiolani Ma- ,'
ternity Home Honolulu - 48,094
Miss Angle Pangelinan, Palm Cafe. .Honolulu 47,360
Miss Mary Johnson, Johnson Sana
torium s Honolulu ..... .Vf. 29,419
Miss Rebecca Macy Waialua 9,296
Miss Naomi Lazarus Pearl City . . . , 5,354
Miss Emma Sasaki, 1457 Auld Lane . Honolulu 5,177
Miss Honey Voss Honolulu 3,840
Miss Emma French, Sachs' Honolulu 3,176
Mlii Berniee TJwfoht Honolulu 3.094
given.' Votes will also bo Issued oujijnian Akina, 847 Mokakauea St 3,080
paid subscriptions to the E v e n-1 Miss Malia Sakuma, Oregon Block. .Honolulu 3,040
Ing and Woekly Bulletin In Mlis. Lucy K. Barber Honolulu 3,042
proportion td the length ot time Miss Lucy Kopa, 915 Prospect St. . .Honolulu 3,033
such subscriptions are paid In ac- Miss Rose Amia Honolniii 3.030
Miss Mary Dias Honolulu 3,014
DISTRICT NO. 2. ,
Miss Queenie Scharratt, Kamuelaj .Hilo 3,996
I Miss Louisa de Harne Kohala 3,663
I Mils Katherine Clark Hilo 3,320
Miss L. Williams , Hilo .- 3,231
Miss Isabella Koomoa, Xeauhou. . . .N. Kona . ..) 3,217
Miss Helen Watson Hilo ....' 3,166
Miss Kuulei Hapaii Hilo .....' 3,143
Miss Hattie Saffery Hilo 3,127
Miss Mary X. Xeawehano Hilo 3,124
Miss Lizzie Macy, Waikaumalo. . . .Kailua '. 3,113
Miss Annie Eai Keauhou s . . . 3,104
Miss Alice Hattie, Kohala Hilo 3,100
Miss Trinnie Marcos Pahoa 3,098
Miss Louisa Hapai . .' Kukuihaele 3,094
Mary H. Kawewehi Keauhou 3.080
Miss Emily Ewaliko Hilo (.J... 3,070
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)
F;ll in name of your favorite candidate and send to
the Bulletin Contest Department.
Miss Mary Nailima ....'Pahala '.,, 3,077
Miss Emma Akamu Hilo ,,..., 3,057
Miss Mary Arakawa , ....Hilo . i. . j. .-..... .: ,3,041
- ? n , "i ni9
Miss Rose K. Nalima Hilo ..:......?..,..'.
Miss M. Hose Hilo
Miss Annie Aiu Kailua '.
Miss Maggie Nakapuahi Hilo
Maud Fisher Hawaii '.
i ' DISTRICT NO. 3.
Miss Sarah Cockett Lahaina 7,097
Miss"Mary Kaoo, Kaunakakai Molokai 3,200
Miss Nancy Aki Lahaina , . 3,140
Miss Lyda Crickard Puunene f 3,100
Miss Scholtz. Circuit Court Wailuku 3,106
Miss Waiaholo Lahaina 3,085
Miss Mary Marciel Kahakuloa 3,057
Miss Lily Aki ... , Kaupo ,... 3,022
DISTRICT NO. 4.
Miss Annabelle Mundon Kapaa , . 41458
Miss Alice Ai Lihue 4,121
Miss Neal ,..Xealia .., 3.195
Miss W. E Holt Makaweli 3,110
Miss M. Kapunial .'. Waimea .i 3,036
The nddrcss dells ered by 3. 8
Dearborn, president of the American
Hawaiian Steamship Company, before
tho members'of the Chamber of Com
meicp yesterday afternoon, was list,
pnn.i tn with urnnt Interest, in Intro
the Mucins tho speaker, J. F. Morgan, pres
ident of I lie Chamber of Commerce.
tho said: "One of the matters for discus
sion and which Is very Imjiortnnt to
the people of the Territory nnd in fact
to all the people of the United States
Is the present Coastwise law, l no
not, know what Mr. Dearborn is going
to sneak to sou about this afternoon
but whatever he sa)s will ue oi me
Mr. Dearborn prefaced his address
by saying: "On behalf of the American-Hawaiian
S. S. Company I thank
you for tho honor conferred upon mo
by having been asked to address you
this afternoon. I have somo Ideas
about passenger traffic and about the
tourist business. .When 1 came out
here cloven years ago, Honolulu was
comparatively speaking a small place.
"Tho Anierlcan-llnwnuan company
Is the outgrowth of the old clipper line
of scssels which base now become
obsoleto. When Hawaii was annexed
wo saw our opportunity nnd I came
out here as a spy to look over the
ground and see what prospects there
were for starting n lino of steamers.
At thnt time 1 was forcibly Impressed
with what had been dono ob regards
tho sugar Industry, I saw thnt hero
was a business end. But the question
nrose, How could wp afford to send
sessels unless theic svas ample frclgnt
both ways Mr. Swunzy took me round
the harbor, nnd so far as I could seo
there wns nbsoiuteiy nothing to war
rant a line of steamers being put on.
"B. F. Dillingham, however, provid
ed facilities, b.s building the Oahu
railroad. J.ator. however, I mado ar
rangements for incorporating a lino of
steamers to hanll: tho sugar of Ha
waii. We were tWo lo tell 3 200,003
worth of bonds; wo made a ra'.o; built
three steamers and have kept on In
creasing our service over since."
svhen you go into any mg uuuiness;
you try to steal all ho luforinntlo.i
you can, but gcncrnny enu up 'jy nav-
Ing lo purchase a large poitlou of It.
Having been through the pioneer rna
of tho business, by sending ships
mound the Horn, wo started the Te
huantepec route. Tho advantage of
this new route oscr that of Panama Is
that tho former Is some 1200 miles
shorter to New York thai) by tho latter
route, hut transhipment has to be
"Tho Islands were .becoming Insist
ent Uon somo adequate measures be
ing taken whereby their sugirfe could
be properly handled and put on the
markets In tho quickest time possible.
1 went to Mexico, and the Tehuante
pec proposition was put betore the
Hawaiian suar growers ' The sugar
people saw tho advantage' and the Te
huantepec routo was opened."
"The Tehuantepec railway Is a pet
scheme of President Diaz. He gavo a
concession nnd n number of conces
sionaries were In tho field at onco.
The Tehuantepec routo Ib 192 miles
long from Sullna Cruz to Coatzacoal
cos. It Is a high class premier rail
way. "You see (Iicbo ships of ours coming
In here csery twelvo dnjs? Well, we
haso eight on the Atlantic, which all
connect in what I term the grand tri
angular course. Those steamers all
run on schedule time; It one Is de
lajed, the whole Bchedulo Ib upset.
For n long time our ships of cooo
tons arrived with freights of only 1000
tons, nut wo Kepi at it and toany our
ships not only handle Immense car
goes hut Keop up n regular schedule.
At homo I havo read newspaper
articles about the Coastwiso Laws.
Wo appreciate conditions, the builnea.i
of Honolulu has always been handled
as a through sersice by our line of
steamers. If the big ship had been
eliminated you would have had ships
oi smaller tonnago. ine rtevaunn anu
Nebraskan svero speclnlly built for
this service. There Is such a prepond-
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uuuii;u ut nufttu 111 vuiiijjuiibuii iu iiiu
amount of freight down, that it Is
very difficult to get full cargoes to this
"And now as regards tho passenger
traffic. Four years ago we submitted
a proposition to tho Merchants' Asso
ciation In reference to accommodation
for passengers. About three years ago
we purchased the Mnlne and the Mis
souri from the Atlantic Transport
Company, We spent J 10,000 In hav
ing plana drawn up for passenger ac
commodations en theso vessels, hut,
ns It ssns estimated that at least some
$300,000 would bo required to make
the necessary alterations, wo decided
that the vessels were too slow to prove
Iiopular as passenger boats.
"Wo are carrying today about one
fifth of the sugar from theso Islands to
San Francisco Wo are building a new
ship to be christened tho 'Honoluluan'
or 'Honolulan,' whichever name Is
thought to be tho right ono. This ves
sel will be ready to n few months. It
will have accommodations for forty
Its o paBBcngcrB, nnd will be of a high
standard and will cost about S600 000.
We huve dono all that Is possible to
put on a good sersice, and this extra
paBtenger Bcrslco will cost us at least
$125,000. The Matson Navigation Com
pany ami Captain Matuoti are tu be
congratulated for their euergy and
coinage In providing the Hue service
wlili h tbev now offer )0U.
More Hotels Needed.
"Tho community wants this extra
passenger service, hut I have, re
marked that jour hotels are full, und
I do not. know where you will put dm
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, theotes will be is
extra passengers which the Honolulu- future looks bright to mo. KverjtliliiK
nn will bring, unloss you undertako to lookH flourishing. 1 thank jou for
build ndequato accommodations for jour courtesy In llstenlngto my few
them. There Is no Impression like remarks this afternoon."
the first Impression. Tourists aro President J. F. Morgan proposed
coming here with money, tn the Fast that n soto of thanks he tendered Mr.
they hnve Florida to. go to in tho win- Dearborn for his Interesting and In
ter months, where millions of dollars structlvo talk. This was unanimously
hnve been spent on hotels. The West ndopted. Among those present were;
Indies also cater to the eastern tourist C. A Don, A. W. T. nottomley. W. A.
trade. Two steamers mnke regular How en. W. H. Drown, A. J. Campbell,
trips to Dcrmuda, nnd a fine line of C. H. Cooke, J, P. Cooke. Q F. Dasles,
steamers ply between Jamaica, Ilos-
ton and Philadelphia.
"Dut that Ib not all. You must pro
vldo nmusement for jour tourists.
Every hotel tn the East has Its 18 hole
golf course, tennis courts, etc. You
must do the samo. This Island Is
small, the automobile has made It
smaller. Tho volcano Is a wonderful
sight, but It won't hold tourists for
over. If you want tourists to stay for
any length' of time, jou must provide
for their nmusement. You must build
another large hotel.-adapted to tho re
quirements of a warm climate, put out
an 18 hole golf course, tennis courts,
etc, then, and not till then, will jou
haso a tourist trade that will bo worth
your while. This project will prnbibl)
entail an expenditure of some $2 500,
P00 but It will repay )ou In the long
"And now as regards the Panama
Canal route. Wo are Inclined to ac
cept President Taft'o statement that
tho Panama cannl will be finished Iu
1915. Tho work Is down to n schedule
They havo tho men, the tools and the
mone). The Pacific Coast and Hawaii
will bo tho chief beneficiaries when
this canal Is opened, With our termin
als, ships nnd excellent scrvlco, we
svlll bo Uohnnj tin the spot.'
aamnt; on a schedule every ten
dins sve should mnke connections with
tho Delaware Dreakwalcr In tsventy-
sesen unys wnen inn rnnntnn canal
ts open for traffic. I look forward Jo
a great many visits to Hawaii
S. De Freest, D. P. Dillingham, Gov
ernor W. F. Frear, J. A. Oilman, O. O.
flulld. A. D. Ourrey. Jr., W. W. Hall,
C. Hcdemann, W, II. Hoogs, J, A. Ken
nedy, F. Klamp A. I.owls, Jr., J. A.
McCandlcss, J. T. McCrosscn, W, II,
Mclnerny, J. F, Morgan, C. P. Morse,
C. Nowcll 8. Parker, n. E. Paxton. I,.
T. Peck, W. Pfotcnhnucr, F. Richard
son M. P. liobtnson, F. A. Schaefer,
F. M, Swnnzy. E. D. Tcnnoy. I.. A.l
Thurston, F. L. Waldron, Owen Wll-f
llnms, F. T. P. Woterhnuse.
MEDHinOS March 24. 1910, Mrs. Jos
clnthn It. Medctros. mother of I.. It.
and M, R. Medclros.
Funeral will take place from tho
homo of Mr. M. Correla d'Ollvclra. cor
ner Alnpal and t.uso at 4:30 p, m. to
''', Interment nt Catholic cemetery,
MILLIONAIRE, 45, IN SCHOOL.
D08TON, March 13. Mllllonalro
nnd president of sesen corporations nt
the nge or 45. David Waldo Field of
,I)rockton has gone bnck to school tn
make up the education he lost In
jouth. He Is tho richest student In
his own right at Harvard and the old
est. He probnbly Is tho only Harvard
student that has made.hla osvn million
The' before going to college.
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