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HOTEL MANX TO BE
. HOME OF BULLETIN PARTY
Meet On Neutral Ground
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Contestants .Lncourage iLach Utner m ono an,) not an ascending one.
When They Are Introduced
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HESITATING CANDIDATES MAY BE SURPRISED
Ttie question that Is still agitating tlin uilmln of n number tif
cnndldutes on the outside Islands who hae enough energy and ambi
tion, but are a little Bkuptlcal or success, U "Should I tr for the 11 ill
let In'it Yoscinlte California ton r? Can I win?
To those herltatlng and doubtful ones there In but ono answer.
A eiy loud and emphatic "Yes." So far nn'y a comparative!) few
subset Iptlons have been taken by tlio.e ulreudy working It niu
surprise thoso hosltnting ones to k now that 1j n little energy the)
could readily take the lead In their districts.
Do not hesitate, onl) lfttir In the contest to sit In sorrowful, Ac
cusing retrospection, realizing that jou could hnvo secured this
splendid trip and sigh for "what might havo been."
Be decisive! Obey that Impulse! Act! And )ou will havo the
satisfaction of knowing that at least jou left nothing undone to se
cure this tour, which will mean so much for the fortunate ones.
extra votps subscriptions, the voles are Issued for
Do not hold hick subscriptions be- you and the other candidate named,
liming that this jear's club offers will Many contestants havo not under
lie similar to last sear. As this pres- stood this, and when told that they
ent votes offer differs from nn of last had a block of extra votes coming to
oar fo will nil differ. The scale of them they were surprised. You may
the extra vote offers will be a descend- be mlBSliig one of these blocks of ex
tra votes for the lack of n small sub'
Some Friend's Advice Poor. scrlptlon.
The length of time for. nnd the num- Take Advantage of Offer By Mall.
her of subscriptions will Increase, nnd I Remember, Hawaii, Maul Kauai, Mo
the number of votes will decrease at loknl and Oahu readers and contest
eiciy Biicceullng offer. It would be ants, that If jour envelope containing
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test, where a contest for the selection was mailed befoie S o'clock on next
ot chnporono Is conducted nt the sama.Thursda), that the payment will be
tlmi) us that for the party members, to .credited In the special vote offer that
Contestants In District 1 met j ester
day, so to speak, on neutrnl ground,
when several of tlictn chanced to meet
In the II u lie tin ofllcc. Somo of
them were strangers to ench other and
tlie contest manager hesitated whether
to make them acquainted or not.
Klnally deciding to do so, ho was sur
prised to hear them begin encouraging
"You want to try hard," ono said to
tho other, and the one spoken to re
turned the adUce with, "I will, but
you want to do tho same.'" ,
Tills was new tactics to tho contest
manager, nnd he wondered If he heard
aright, nut he did, and for the unin
itiated It may be explained that that
In just tho wa the contestants feci
about It. They want tho trip and are
going to try hard to get It, and at tho
same time are Inclined to view with
good humor the attempts of an other
contestant to secure more votes than
Ever) one who 1b working Is confi
dent In her own powers. She knows
Hint nnlv tlm efforts of herself and
friends will, secure the trip, and shol
Is going to do all In her nower to bo
successful. Every contestant who Iiuj
made any attempt at all to bcciiio
voles has dnno so and mnn) of them
have secured so many that they aro n
lilt surprised at their own success.
Almost every day some candidate
n rites or calls and asks something
about the visit of the 1) ill let In
party to California, and especlall) S.in
From time to tlmo the Bulletin
will contain descriptions of some of
the sights the party will sco whlia
they nre In San Francisco. Today a
description of the Hotel Manx, whiio
tho party will be guests at tho Bui
I b 1 1 n ' s expense for twq weeks, is
given. It was written by Mr. Arrol,
assistant manager of tho Manx, who
spent several montlis In Honolulu tlil.i
spring, and while hero bicame ac
quainted with a number of the ladles
who are contesting for the California
HOTEL MANX, TO BE HOME OF
The Hotel Manx, ono of San Fran
Cisco's newest and most modem ho
tels, has a niOBt admirable location.
It is situated within three to flvo
minutes' wark from tho principal to
tal! establishments, banks, large office
buildings, theaters and prominent Iiuj
lucss corners of the city; )et. Is away
fioni the turmoil and disturbing annoy
ances thnt general!) confront tho
guestB of u down town hotel In n largo
the hotel Is Union Squnro one of the
cU)'b most beautiful public squares,
with Its perennial lawns and gardens
of Mowers and rnre shrubs.
It Is but a few minutes' walk to Mar
ket street tho main artery of the clt).
where tho street car lines afford con
nections for reaching every part of
dolden Date Park, the I'rcsldlo (Uni
ted States Military Reservation), the
Golden (late, Cliff House, Sutro Baths,
Mission Dolores nnd Chinatown.
The hotel lias been designed to pro
vide gliosis with every convenience
thnt Is found In most modem hostel
rtes. The hotel enntntns three hundred
rooms, each connecting with a bath,
and in every room the mere turning of
n tap furnishes filtered tco water.
The management has thoughtfully
provided many conveniences that
mean comfort and pleasure for the
guests. The valet s)stem of the hotel
has been supplied with many new and
practical Innovations that count for
so much In tho rendering of perfect
There Is n commodious lobby well
supplied with large, restful chairs and
You nil! feel nt home In the parlor
with Hie exqulsltcness of its decora
tion nnd the beauty of Its furniture.
Its deep cushioned seats bid )ou wel
come after n tedious day of business,
shopping or pleasure seeking.
The dining room Is rlchl) furnished
nnd carpeted In Coonliagen bluo. The
soft coloring Is In harmony with tho
quiet, restful atmosphere of the es
tablishment. It is tho cuisine and cafe In par
ticular that wins so many friends (or
the Manx. A tnaltro d'hotel of long
expcrlenco in exclusive houses Is In
charge of Its culinary department, and
he prepares the dishes in a manner
that would tempt the most laded op,
petite. Many of San Francisco' busi
ness men lunch at the Mnnz Culo, to
oxcollent Is the food and service.
CLOSE OF CLUB OFFER.
Remittances from outside Islands
received In envelopes post marked ai
mailed on or before Thursday, March
31 tt will entitle the candidates ' for
whom the votes are Issued to the club
offer that expiree on that date at 6
Never again can ou get so many
votes for the same amount of sub'
scrlptlons. The offer Is the best that
will be mado because It applies to all
subscriptions od or new, and (or a
bhort or long time they all count.
Send in the equivalent of throe dally
) curly subscriptions, either old or new
make n Mx vote offer nt or near the
end of tlie contest It would be almost
Imixipslhle to make the vote Issues.
J tut remember when sunie well mean
ing friend-' tells )ou what this ) ear's
cpntest' man Is going to do, (hat tho
trlcnd doesn t know any more about
tt than jou do, and that )ou have the
contest man's word (or It that ho Isn't
golug to do mi) of the things that
)our friend has been telling )ou he
Don't Lose Votes.
You may lose votes If )ou don't send
In all the subscriptions )ou have.
There Is one candidate for chaperono
nnd ono for a trip contestant who only
need a one month's new subscription
to the dally to give them a block of
7600 votes. All those votes
missed becauce some ono put
off sending in their subscrip
tion thinking thnt it would count more
later. Well It won't. Do It now, Is
the motto that wins In this contest.
Surprise in Store for Some.
It may surprise some of you con
testants on 'tho outside Islands to
know- thnt there are several cases
where one or two subscriptions would
give") ou tho block of otCB offered for
the equivalent of three new or old sub
scriptions. You nre credited with ev
ery subscription pa)ment mnde.
If friends hnve sent in subscription
payments and asked, unknown to )ou,
that the votes bo Issued In jour favor,
and the payments total three yearsly
s to expire on thnt date. Only a very
few days aro left to take advantage of
this offer but If jou explain to friends
the advantages of making their pay
ments at once, jou can get at, least
one of these clubs before the offer .ex
pires. At least send In all )ou have.
The balance needed may be standing to
our credit here on the contest rec
ord. You know that where tho vote
total you have received In the past
counts. has been unexpectedly large,
that It Is a, pretty good indication that
some ono has mado n subscription pay
men t. In your favor, don't you?
A Start an Aid.
Friends by one or two subecrip-
voles will be issued. You vote for
two candidates a trip and a chap
crone contestant. An equal number
of votes, as Riven in the standing
vote schedule, are issued for each
Tri-weekW counts are beln made
on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
The results of these counts are nun
lished on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday. Ballots intended for these
counts should be in the Bulletin
office by 4 o'clock of the day the
count is made.
How Votes Are Issued,
Each copy of the D ti 1 1 e 1 1 n
will contain n couponi which, when
properly filled out, will entitle the
holdor to votes of the number speci
fied. This number will vary from
day to day. No advance announce
ment of the number of votes will be
given Votes will also be Issued ou
paid subscriptions to the n v e n
I n g and Weekly Bulletin In
proportion to the length of time
I such subscriptions are paid In uc-
coruance wiin me scneauie appear
ing below. '
Nominations Not Closed.
There seems to be an Impression
that nominations are closed forever-
more, so far as this contest la con
cerned. The nominations are not
closed, and will not be until the end
o( the contests You could. If you
wish, nominate a candidate on the
last day-of the contest, f
BIG SHOW AT RINK
READY FOR FUN
Hon coupons can place many o( tho lot Kauai.
THE DI8TRICTB ARE A8 FOLLOWS
District No. 1 Includes the City and
County of Honolulu.
District No. 2 Includes tee County
District No. 3 Includea tho County
District No. 4 Includes the County
candidates In a position that will In
vlgorate the good wishes of other
friends who are slower to act. A
few thousand votes placed now will
be much more appreciated by the
contestant than a few weeks later.
If your trlend seems unable to get
started sufficiently to bring support
from a host of other friends of whom
jou know, why not act at once"?
Subscribers sending- in subscrio
tions to the Bulletin most 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 pavment made
on or since March 7 entitles the pay'
subscriptions for either old or new er to votes. Present receipts and
Standing of Chaperone Contestants
Zeave, saens' Honolulu
Mrs. Josenh Schulmeister Waianae.", ..... 0,096
Mrs. J. K. Notley, 265 Kukui St. . . Honolulu. 3,680
Mrs. A. K. Notley Honolulu) 3.040
Mrs. Helen Siemson Hilo ... 17,631
Mrs. Carrie Scharratt, Xailua ....Waimea
Mrs. R. T. Forest Hilo ...
Mrs. Bessie Clinton Honokaa
Mrs. A. 0. Curtis Kurtistown
Mrs. Henry Blake Koloa
Mrs., Henry E. Abbey Anahola
Hut n quarter of a block uvva) from and jou will got the several thousand
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) '
Mrs. Win. Kruse Wahiawa 3,095
Mrs. Beggs, Fuunene Hospital .... Puunene 35,475
Mrs. Ed. Daniels Lahaina 6,018
Mrs. W. W. Wescott Puunene "., 3,278
v Standing of Trip Contestants
DISTRICT NO. 1. . ,. ..-. '
Miss Angie Paneelinan, Palm Cafe. .Honolulu 74,164
Miss nary Mccane, Kapiolant Ha- '
ternity Home . ... Honolulu ? 58,049
Miss Mary Johnson, Johnson Sana
torium Honolulu 42,102
Miss Rebecca Macy Waialua . , 9,445
Miss Emma Sasaki, 1457 Auld lane. Honolulu 7,382
Miss Naomi Lazarus Pearl City . i 0,549
Miss Honey Voss Honolulu V. 3,840
Miss Emma French. Sachs Honolulu ' 3,176
Miss Lucy Kopa. 910 Prospect St . . . Honolulu 3,137
Miss Bernice Dwight Honolulu , 3,094
Lillian Akina, 847 Mokakauea St 3,080
Miss Mali. Sakuma, Oregon Block. .Honolulu 3,046
Miss Lucy K. Barber , Honolulu 3,042
Hiss Rose Amia Honolulu 3,030
Miss Mary Dias Honolulu .'.... 3,014
DISTRICT NO. 2.
Miss Mary K. Keawehano Hilo 4,180
Hiss Queeiue scnarratt, &amueia..Hiio 4,ui4
Miss Alice Hattie.. Kohala Hilo 3,924
Miss Louisa de Harne Kohala
Miss Katherine Clark Kailua
Miss L. Williams Hilo
Don't forget the candidates for
chaperone are eandldatts-at-large.
you may take tne trip any time you
choose, singly or In groups
VOTES ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL
LOWED AS FOLLOWS
One month's subscription to the
Evening Dulletl n Old sub
scription, 100 votcs; new subscrtp
tion. 125 votes. '
Three months' subscription to the
Evening Dulletl n Old sub
scrlptlon, 350 votes; new subscription
Six months subscription to the
Evonlng Dulletl n Old sub
scription, 800 votes;' new subscription
1000 votes. '
One year's subscription to the
Evening Bulletl n Old sub
scription, 2000 'votes; new subscrip
tion, 2500 votes.
Five years' subscription to the
Evening Bulletl n Old sub
scription, 15,000 votes; new'subicrlp
One year's subscription to the
Weekly bi 1 1 e 1 1 n Old subscrip
tion, 100 votes; new subscription, 125
otes. " I '
Five years' subscription to the
Weekly Bulletin Old subscrip
tion, 1250 votes; new subscription,
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN IS
One month's subscription to the
evening Bullotln,' 75 cents.
Thiee monthb' subscription to the
E v o n I n gi D u 1 1 o 1 1 n, $200.
Blx months' subscription to the
Evonlng Bulletin. $4.00.
Twelve months' subscription to the
Evening Julie tin, $$00.
Flvo years' subscription to
Evening Itullotln,' $40.00.
One ycar'c subscription to
Weekly Bulletin;, $1.00.
Flvo years' subscription to
Weekly Bflletlo, $500.
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.
Miss Isabella Koomoa, Keauhou. . . .N. Kona 3,255
Miss Helen Watson Hilo 3,266
Miss Kuulei Hapail Hilo ,.- 3,183
Miss Hattie Saffery Hilo '. 3,127
Miss Annie Kai Keauhou .- 3,104
Miss Louisa Hapai . . ., Kukuihaele .-. . . ' 3,094
Mary H. Kawewehl Keauhou 3,080
Miss Mary Nailima Pahala ,.. 3,077
Miss Emma Akamu Hilo 3,057
Miss Mary Arakawa Hilo .- 3,041
Miss Rose K. Nalima Hilo 3,032
Miss M. Hose Hilo ..: 3,020
Miss Annie Aiu Kailua 3,010
Miss Maggie Nakapuahi Hilo ., , . . . .253
'Maud Fisher Hawaii , 56
Miss Fannie Desha , . . . .Hilo :..).. .1, 16
Miu Myrtle Wise , Hilo '. . .- 12
DISTRICT NO. 3. J
Miss Sarah Cockett Lahaina , -, . 7,362
Miss Mary Marciel Kahakuloa 4,764
Miss Mary Kaoo, Kaunakakai Molokai 4,200
Miss Scholtz. Circuit Court Wailuku ' 4,288
Miss Nancy Aki Lahaina 4,140
Miss Lily Aki Kaupo 3,106
Miss Waiaholo Lahaina 4,100
DISTRICT NO. 4.
Miss Annabelle Mundon Kapaa ' 5,565
Miss W. E. Holt Makawell 4,200
Miss Neal Kealia 4.195
,Miss Alice Ai Lihue 4,151
Miss M. Kapuniai Waimea 4,100
Address all inquiries to
MANAGER, CONTEST DEFT.,
Hono'nlu, T. H.
James B. McSwanson is in charge
of the contest,
Office Hours 11 a. ro. to 1 p. m.;
3:30 p. m. to 4:30 p. a.
FOR NEW LIBRARY
Location to Be in Capitol Grounds
At Next Meeting an Appropri
ate Building Will Be Talked
After a lengthy discussion on the
new library Bite laBt night by the
committee that bos that piece of
work lu charge,. It was decided that
the bungalow Bite was the proper
place for the hew Carnegie library.
Everything was taken Into con
sideration by the committee, and the
wishes of the people ot the city
pointed to the place In th,e Capitol
grounds as the proper location.
Several other locations were men
tioned, some of them being equally
us good as the bungalow site for the
put pose, but were not available.
It is thought that the Capitol
grounds Is the-best selection for the
business In which the library will
be engaged. It is quite centrally
located to the city proper, and ap
proach to It can 'be had from any
direction with lucji.venlence to no
A proper building will be tho
next move In the mutter, and this
will b tulktd over ut the next meet
lug, whlih will be held Friday evening.
Two Boxing Matches as Prelimi
naries to Wrestling All Prin
cipals Are in Good Condition.
On Saturday night next the light
fans wilt have a show all to them
selves, and whnt with boxing and
wrestling the evening should be a
good one. The Princess Rink will
be the scene of activities, and a good
iuruill iaB ueeu urruuficu.
Two boxing bouts, a wrestling
match and a long film of the Hack-enschmldt-Ootch
sle will give the audience all the fun
they need. The management nas
arranged for comfortable seats, and
all those present ut the show will
be able a see ever) thing that goes
Bugler Sarcqnl fromCnmp Very
will take on Hchuman,"who has a
reputation of being a men possessed
of a puuch that, If landed properly.
Is capable of'producing slumber. The
bugler Is well known to the fans,
and he has been seen in action many
a time In the local ring. He and
Ah Sam have provided good sport In
the past, and some ot their scraps
were whirlwind ones.
The second bout will be between
Coll of the Marines and Boughsox
of the Fifth, .Cavalry, Coll is well
known on the baseball diamonds ot
the city, and he will on Saturday
night have a chance to show how he
can sclap when off a baseball field
he Is pretty good on the diamond,
when In form.
SarconI Is working out at the ma
rine camp, and he Is Just as Bmart
with the mitts as be was some
months ago. He will make Schu-
man extend himself while in the
ring, and the go should be an at
tractive one, ' When the bout Is over,
thenexi couple Boughsox and Colt
will face the limelight. The Fifth
Cavalry marl Is a good mitt artist,
and he has shown that he can stand
a lot of rough handling. He and
Ironman McCullough fought to n
draw at I-ellehua last week, and
there Is no doubt that the Schofleld
Barracks man can give and take a
lot of punishment.
After the two boxing bouts are
pau, the wrestling match between
Roberts nnd Dcttmers will be staged,
and it piomises to be an Interesting
affair. Roberts Is well known to
Honolulu people and he has perform
ed mnny times on the mat In this
city. Dettmers comes nlong with n
great reputation as a wrestler, and
the meeting between the men should
be a tough struggle.
There will be two Bbows on Satur
day night aneiat the Athletic Park
und one ut the Princess Rluk. Al
though a man would like to be In
at both, It does not seem possible,
nnd a choice will have to be made
one way or the other.
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The fact that Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters has helped
thousands of sickly people
back to health dnring the
past 57 years should con
vince you that it is the med
icine you1 need for Indiges
tion, Stomach Ills, Malaria,
Fever and Ague.
For (ale by Benson, Smith ft Co.,
Ltd.; Hoi lister Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; Hilo Drug
Co.; and at all Wholesale Liquor
M. ' M '
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
NEWS NOTES FROM
The Cadets arrived home at 0
o'clock Saturday evening utter a
rough but Jolly life lu camp. Much
thanks are due to Copt. Winters for
the way he granted the use of the
rifles und ammunition while In'
camp. The boys were tired after,
reaching home but glad to have
something In our boy life to look
back ut with pleasure und that is
the week's outing given us by the
kindness of the trustees and Mr. L.
L. McCaudless at Makua ranch un
der the care and guidance of our
"SHORE ACRES" IS
THE BEST YET
There seems to be no let-up to
the crowds thnt fill the Opera House
night after night, thoroughly appre
ciating the productions that are be
ing placed on the boards by the Mc
Rae Stock Company.
And a peculiar feature of It Is
that there Is not the slightest dif
ference In the size of the crowd, no
matter whether It Is tho first ulghl
or the third night of a piece the
house Is filled every evening, which
shows that tho city knows when it
has a good thing, and the McRae
company will not disappoint Its pa
trons In a single production that Is
In the long list to be produced here
before' it departs.
Last night "Shore Acres" was
given for the first time In this city.
It 'is a play thut touches the heart
from the first to tho tact act and
when the curtain drops at the end
you give a sigh and wish there was
some more. You are Battened wiin
what )ou havo seen, but there Is a
longing to look be)ond the final pa
thetic scene; a longing to know
what happened the next morning.
The Bcenes nnd settings of "Shore
Acres" are the best ever set up In
this city, nnd that fiature of last
night was worth the price of admis
Borne there are In tho company
who have heretofore not had a good
chance 'to get in heavy work and
bring out the best there was In
them, but In "Shore Acres" every
one In the cast huB good, strong
points und parts to hold and they do
It to perfection.
The dinner In the old farmhouse
Is the real thing, nnd, as the ad
vance agent said It would, maUeH
your mouth water, and It Is one In
stance where )ou wish that you
were ono of the McKae compnny and
could be cast In that particular play,
it will be noticed that Margaret
Oswald IsJnot in the cast; still, tho
piece loses nothing ot Us charm,
while the little tot Mandy Antes Is
clearly the leading lady In the ejes
of the audience.
"Shore Acres" was a play that
held the boards at the old' Baldwin
Theater lu San Francisco for a
straight run of many weeks, uud the
production iof, this same chirmlng
play here in'llonolulu last night was
up to" the metropolitan production.
"Bhore Acres" Is on for tonight
nnd.'tombrrriw night, when It will
give way to unother churmlng pro
duction, "A Mllk-White Flag."
The Kamehaineha School girls left
on a five days' cumptng trip to Ma
kua yesterday morning, leaving on
the 9:15 train. The tents were left
prepared for them by the boys who
returned last Saturday. They will
be under the care and guidance of
Miss Pope and other teachers.
The baseball squad will start In
training for their big games on
Tuesday. There uro new faces In
the squad at present and there are
many good players In It. Mr. Hop
wood, Capt. Winter and Mr. Bart
lett, will utslst the baseball team
during the practice hours.
Tho CadetB made such a good rec
ord In killing game at Makua that
dipt. Winters saw that they were
getting good practice lu shooting
and so cut out drill during thu
There was no parade Sunday af
ternoon on the School grounds an ac
count of the Cadets being In camp
during the week.
Murrull Daarach will recite "A Mid
Summer .Night's .Dream" tomorrow
night. Thursday evening "Hamlet" at
the Aloxander Voung Hotel. All lovers
of Shakespeare should hear the great
Mr. Darrach's method of presenting
Shakespeare'B plays to recite the
main 'parts of each drama, Imperson
ating the different characters as they
appear, by changes of voice, facial ex
pression, attitude, gait, gesture and
,111s repertoire consists of nine plays,
wjilch he recites from memory, neer
referring to a' book or manuscript up
on the platform, and his fidelity to the
Sheakespearlau text is absolute,
TIiIb. evening at 7:30 o'clock, at
Thomas Square, thu public band pro
gram will bo a follows;
March North Roach , Brnvtii
Overture Lyelstratu Llncke
Intermezzo Urn-Pa Urowu
Belectlon Oieratlc Mirror ... Tobanl
Vocal Huwalljii Songs ,ur, by Ilergui
Selection Plrutes of Puiizunze ...
Intermezzo In Cupid's ArniB,. Brown
Final New Yoik Brown
Thu Stur Spuugled Banner,
Thu limit of satisfaction has been
reached when )ou bent the other fel
low Ul Ills UWII g.11110.
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