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EVENING ntH.T.ETlN, TTON'OMIT.tl. T. II.. WEDNESD'Y. M ' II. .10, 1910.
MISS SASAKI IN SIXTH COUNT
JUMPS TO THIRD PLACE
I nri. litiiaraci Ic InrrP'iciflflfl
liUVUI llllvl vjl M.J All VI VUJIU& 'Evening Bulletin Olil nub-
1 ecrlptlon, 100 votes; new subtcrlp
tlon, 126 voted.
Three months' subscription to the
Store Has Four Factions Where artisan XMV.ft
T A. CO . T CI 1. 1 4r0 votes.
Liines Are onarp in oearcn i six months- subscription t. tho
VOTES ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL. Bvonlng II n lie tin, 70 cents.
LOWED AS FOLLOWS Thice monthb1 subscription to the
One month's subscription to tho Evening Ilulictln, $200.
Six months' subscription to the
Evening Bulletin, 14.00.
Twelve months' subscription to the
Evening lullotln, $8.00.
Klvo years' subscription to tbe
Evening Ilulletln. $40.00.
One year's subscription to the
Weekly Ilu.lletln, $1.00.
Klvo years' subscription to tbe
Weekly Mulletln, $5.00.
Tho heavy voting yesterday In the
II u 1 1 e 1 1 n's I'opularlty Contest
wns by the district followers, and
not by tho leaders. Another candi
dal In District 1 tried for llrst hon
ors and succeeded In jumping from
llfth to third place. This was Mis
Sasaki, an energetic young lady who
has been devoting some time to vote
getting and has been so successful
that she was able to cast over forty
three thousand votes for this count.
Miss Sasaki's move meant the re
placing of Miss Johnson at third,
und Miss Macy was alto moved down
one point, although she cast more
ballots than at any previous time.
Tho result of the chapcrone con
scrlptlons. The offer Is the best that
will be madu because It applies to all
subscriptions old or new, and for a
uhoit or long time they all count.
Send In the equivalent of three dally
yearly subscriptions, cither old or now
and you will get the several thousand
Do not hold back subscriptions be
lieving that this year's club offers will
be similar to last year. As this pres
ent votcs-orfcr differs from any of last
year so will all differ. The scale of
tho extra vote offers will be a descend
ing one and not an ascending one.
It may surprise some of you con
testants on the outside Islands to
know that there aro several cases
where, one or two subscriptions would
test was nut changed so far as the give you tho block of votes offered for
leaders were concerned, as shown by the equivalent of three new or old sub
the count figures. Enough votes scrlptlons. You nre credited with ov-
were enst for Mrs. y.enve to piac cry subscription payment made.
her well past the first honor mark
nt fifty thousand, Mrs. Ileggs and
Mrs. Slemson both cast a big vote,
and one of the Kauai chaperone can
didates showed some power as a
vote-getter and may soon be listed
nmong tho leaders.
The totals In the outside districts
were all Increased, but none of tho
candidates cast a ballot entitling
them to particular attention. The
contestants in mo ouisiue isiuuua, ua(
shown by the vote totals, are sep
arated by very few votes, and any
candidate entered can by a little ef
fort gain a strong lead.
The interest of Honolulu people
In the result of the contest Is dally
growing more keen. Every day sees
some different person trying to ad
vance Borne candidate's position. One
prominent dry goods store has four
factions, and the argument carried
on there nmong the adherents of tho
various candidates Is one of tho
bright spots In the day's work In
that store. Everything Is nmlcablo
enough, but the partisan lines aro
closely drawn, and the attempt or
one of the opposing factions to se
cure a gain from the other causes
many a good-humored quip.
Look over the line and see If there
Isn't a friend you'd like to vote for.
There are many popular young wo
men In the race, and you may bo
able to help some of them nt least
on to victory. Subscribe today. A
little help now Is worth all the con
solation after the race Is over.
Poll a few votes from time to time
to let people know you are working
and' really desire the trip to Cali
fornia. People Ilka to help those
who help themselves, If you enlargo
your vpte from day to day, those
who are watching the contest will
see you are In earnest In tho mat
ter and will give you votes to help
you along. Gut your friends out
after votes for you. This Is not to
Induce burdensome labor, for you
will be surprised to see how easily
the votes accumulate after a trial or
two among your frlendB. A trip to
the Pacific Coast la not offered every
day, as It means the expenditure ot
several hundred dollars.
Those who take advantage of the
special offer now In effect will stand
the beat chance of winning, but the
one who depends on something bet
ter may be disappointed. The con
testant standing the best show to
win in this contest Is the one that
solicits her friends now nnd makes
a good Bhowlng each day and In
creases her score from time to time.
Iieiuember, tbe free-vote offer closes
tomorrow evening at C o'clock,
CLOSE OF CLUB OFFER.
Remittances from outalda lalandt
received In envelopea poat marked at
mailed on or before Thursday, March
31at will entitle the candldatea for
whom the votea are limed to the club
offer that expiree on that date at 5
Never again can you get so many
votes for the same amount of sub'
Evening II n I lot In Old sub
scription, 800 votes; new Btibxerlptlon
One year's subscription to tho
Evening 1) ul lo 1 1 n Old sub
scription, 2000 votea; new subscrip
tion, 2D00 votes.
Five years' rubrcrlptlnn to the
K v o n I n k II u 1 1 u 1 1 n Old sub
scription. 15,000 votes; new subscrip
One year's subscription to the
Weekly II u 1 1 e 1 1 n Old subscrip
tion, 100 votes; now subscription, 125
Klvo years' subscription to the
Weekly Dulloll n Old subscrip
tion, 12S0 votes; new subscription,
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN 13
Ono month's subscription to tho
Addreii all inquiries to
MANAGER, CONTEST DEFT.,
Honolulu, T. H.
James B. McSwanion it in charge
of the contest.
Office Hours 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.;
3:30 p. m. to 4:30 p. m.
CASTOR I A
Tor Infanta and Children.
Hie KM You Have Always BN(ht
Bears the ST? SfA-J?
Signature of (JtAZTiuCUU
If friends, have sent In subscription
payments and asked, unknown to you
that the votes bo Issued In your favor,
and the payments total three yedrsly
subscriptions for either old or new
A Start an Aid.
Friends by one or two subscrip
tion coupons can place many of tho
candidates In a position that will In
lgorate the good wishes of other
f i lends 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 lrlend seems unablo to get
started sufficiently to bring support
from a host ot other friends ot whom
you know, why not act at once?
Subscribers sending in subscrip
tions to the Bulletin must 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 long as you wish. .
Every subscription payment made
on or since March 7 entitles the pay
er to votes. .Present receipts and
votes will be issued. Tou vote for
two candidates a trip and a chap
erone contestant. An equal number
of votes, as given in the standing
vote schedule, are issued for each
Tri-weekly counts are bein made
on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
The results of these counts are pub
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 ot the Bulletin
will contain a coupon, which, when
properly filled out, will entitle the
holder 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 on
paid subscriptions to the Eve n
I n g and Weekly II u 1 1 e 1 1 n "In
proportion to the length ot time
such subscriptions are paid In ac
cordance with the schedule appear
Nominations Not Closed.
There seems to be an impression
that nominations are closed forever
more, so far as this contest Is con
cerned. The nominations are not
closed, and will not be until the end
of tho contest. You could, If you
wish, nominate a candidate on tbe
last day of the contest.
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. ,
Standing of Chaperone Contestants
Mrs. Zeave, Sachs' Honolulu 60,339
Mrs. Josenh Schulmeister Waianae 6,896
Mrs. J. K. Notley, 265" Kukul St. . . Honolulu 4,222
Mrs. A. K. Notley Honolulu 3.040
Mrs. Helen Siemson Hilo 19,988
Mrs. Carrie Scharratt, Kailua .... Waimea 4,065
Mrs. Bessie Clinton Honokaa 3,297
Mrs. A. Q. Curtis Kurtistown 3,023
Henry Blake '. Koloa 4,719
Henrv E. Abbev Anahola 3,345
Wra. Kruse Wahiawa 3,125
MAUI. , '
Beggs, Fuunene Hospital ....Fuunene .. 37,797
Ed. Daniels Lahaina 6,020
W. W. Wescott Puunene '3,436
UP AGAINST SNAGS
l.UIUK, March 20. The Topograph
ical Engineers who nie now mi thin
Island arc, finding that their work ot
making n eonipleto topographical map
of Knunl Is running up against several
unexpected difficulties, which will de
lay the completion of their task consid
erably, and It seems to be quite pos
sible now that the map of the Island
will not be 'wholly completed, except
for the coast tcctlons which Include
tho cultivated lands, before their date
of lenvlng, which has been set by the
authorities at Washington for some
time In .Inly.
Tho rainy and cloudy weather, In
some of the sections, has caused much
of tho waste of time, This was, of
course, partly expected, but Insuffici
ent allowanco was made evidently, for
the delays necessarily caused by the
superabundance of moisture.
lint the condition which Is causing
tho most serious delays Is the almost
Impeno'.rab'e vegetation which Is to
bo met with. In the interior, combine,!
with the numerous quagmires which
render travel very difficult. Where ten
miles can be easily covered in a day
on the grassy lands' of tho low country
up In the forests, sometimes, the sur
veyors And that they aro' fortunate If
they can accomplish two or three miles
In one day. ,.
The result will probably be that the
work will have to be left Incomplete,
when tho force goes to California In
tho summer, to be finished as soon ns
the members of If, or other topograph
ical engineers who may bo sent to
take their places, can be spared by tho
Federal Survey Department to come to
this Territory again.
At tho present tlmo the two head
topographers, C. II. Dlrdseye and
Oeorgo Davis, are working on the mid'
die of the Island, Dlrdseye on the
eastern half of the Island and Davis
covering the N'apall side.
They have bet'n having a hard tlmo
with the rainfall, but are gradually get
ting the country mapped, through, tho
mountainous Interior of tho Island, and
aro In a fair way to have It all ex
pressed In fifty-foot contour lines some
time during the summer.
Davis Is now worklngln the tr.oun
tains back of Halcmanu' and Is camp
ed on the top of an elevation about
3S00 feet high. Sidney Dlrdseye Js his
assistant, and they have three native
helpers. The prospcctB are that they
will be up there until July.
The cast hair .or the. middle of the
Island Ib being worked over by C. II.
Dlrdseye and helpers, and the party Is
now camped nt Kakatia, Mrs.
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. .
Standing of Trip Contestants
THE DISTRICTS ARE A3 FOLLOWS
District No. 1 Includes the City und
County of Honolulu.
District no. z includes toe uoumy
DISTRICT NO. 1.
Miss Angle Fangelinan, Falm Cafe. . Honolulu 76,001
Miss Mary McCabe, Kapiolani Ma
ternity Home Honolulu uu.uz
Miss Emma Sasaki, 1457 Auld Lane. Honolulu . 50,848
Miss Mary Johnson, Johnson Sana
torium Honolulu 44,856
Miss Bebecca Macy Waialua . .' 20,823
Miss Naomi Lazarus Pearl City 9,649
Miss Honey Toss Honolulu 3,840
Miss Emma French, Sachs Honolulu 3,176
Miss Lucy Kopa, 915 Frospect St. . .Honolulu 3,137
Miss Bernice Dwight Honolulu 3,180
Lillian Akina, 847 Mokakauea St 3,080
Miss Malia Sakuma, Oregon Block. .Honolulu 3,048
Miss Lucy K. Barber Honolulu 3,042
Miss Bose Amia Honolulu ' 3,030
Miss Mary Bias Honolulu 3,014
DISTRICT NO. 2.
Miss Mary K. tKeawehano Hilo 4,180
Miss Qneenis Scharratt, Kamuela. .Hilo 4,088
Miss Alice Hattie. Kohala Hilo 3,974
Miss Louisa de Harne Kohala 3,812
Miss L. Williams Hilo 3,260
Hiss Katherine Clark Kailua 3,351
Miss Louisa Hapai Hilo 3,094
Miss Helen Watson Hilo 3,281
.North Kona 3,248
.D'8tr!ct Na 3 lncIude8 lhe Countjr Miss Isabella Koomoa. Keauhou.
District No i Includes the County Mi, Kuu,ei H011 Hil 3'275
of Kauai. .Miss Hattie Saffery Hilo 3,127
Don't forget the candidates for Miss Annie Kai Keauhou 3,104
chaperone are candldates-it-large. IMary H. Kawewehi Keauhou 3,080
You may take the trip any tlmo you Miss Mary Naillma ranala 3,077
choose, singly or In groups.
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 Oood After Monday, April 4)
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 i 253
Maud Fisher Hawaii , 50
Miss Fannie Desha Hilo , 10.
Miss Myrtle Wise Hilo . 12
DISTRICT NO. 3.
Miss Sarah Cockett Lahaina : 7,475
Miss Mary Marciel Kahakuloa . ., 4,764
Miss Scholtz. Circuit Court Wailuku 4,365
Miss Mary Kaoo, Kaunakakal Molokal , 4,200
Miss Nancy Aki .Lahaina 4,140
Miss Lily Aki Kaupo 3,100
Miss Waiaholo Lahaina 4,100
DISTRICT NO. 4. .
Miss Annabelle Mundon Kapaa . 5,681
Miss Neal Kealia 4,228
Miss W. E. Holt Makaweli 4,200
Miss Alice Ai 1 Lihue 4,155
Miss M. Kapuniai . . . , Waimea 4,100
Extra votes will be given every
contestant for the equivalent of
three daily renewal yearly sub
scriptions sent in before o 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 ot
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;
berg's mountain house, on Kllohana,
where they are waiting until Mr.
Dlrdseye returns. Tho topographer Is
alono at the baso of the mountain
now, and will be there a couple ot
weeks longer. His party Is covering
the district between tho Polo Unc trail
CARNEGIE HEIR 18 BORN.
8peed Records Broken by Specialists
Who Attend Mother.
NEW YOHK, March 20. A record
run. by n special train from New York
Andrew Carnegie. Qeorgo Lauder Jr.,
rival In tho world of a grandncphew'to
Andrew Cerncgle. Qeorgo Lauder, Jr.,
the father. Is a nephew or the iron ji ai(jed by other prominent Japanese
master. The mother Is a niece ot tealdents of this Island. Garden Isl-
Iscn- Henry Rowland, tho novelist, The one-: and. '
car special, whlch broke all speed rec
ords between New York and Oreen
wick, carried two New York special
ists.. They also broke the speed lawn
getting from ihe station to the Lauder
homo In an automobile, but the police
men who saw the machine streak past
knew Its errand nnd made, no attempt
to stop It.
Sweet strains ot music will bo heard
soon from the Instruments of tho Li
hue Japanese Dand. Such a musical
organisation has been started In the
District and Its members ore now
working hard to perfect thomselves in
tho gentle art or making melody. lis
formation Is duo to tho efforts of the
I Pastor of the local Japanese, Rev. Tau-
the inhabitants of
Tn all aorpQ
cD '" have
Nature's call for a barley and malt food.
Hellanicus, in writing, of Plinthium, a city in
Egypt, said that the Egyptians made a wine of barley
that they considered very necessary for the body.
Today the increasing use of " wine from barley"
well proves the wisdom. of the old Egyptians. Our
men of science who make a study of the human
economy endorse and urge the use of barley and malt
in the form of pure beer.
The reason is that beer is healthful. The malts
and hopslare nerve food, and the habit of drinking it
keeps the body supplied with fluid to flush out the
THE WEAK, THE NERVOUS AND THE SLEEP
LESS MUST HAVE IT.
, In Hawaii, where the air is lacking in all vitality,
where the least unusual effort results in exhaustion,
the necessity for this food is marked.
And here can be had
pure and properly aged,
a beer that is absolutely
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