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EVENING BVLLETIN, HON'QLI"", T. H., SATURDAY, APR. 2, 1910.
Woman Tells How She Won
In a Popularity Voting
Tho people of Ilnisnll nro Interest- descriptions of It. Now Hint I lno'
cd hi tho outcome or tho voting toh- tho houbo Is my vgry own, I nil-'
test now bclnir conducted by tho suredly nni going down nnd look nt(
Hullo tin tn wjlert flvo women to.H very idiortly nnd prepare- to tnki
tour California nnd Yoscmlto l'nrl. ' lscssloii ot It ;s soon nB tho woa-
tlilu summer." IVir this reason n
Btpry In printed helow Hint tcllii how
n ' St. Louis woumn conceived nnd
conducted n cnmpnlgn th.it won n
lino homo. Tho story contains nn
Inspiring sermon for tho porkers In
-tlio II u I lo tt n contest for It shows
what nny woman, who Is now en
tered Ip Uie Hullo 1 1 n contest can
do. If sjia will, direct her efforts ns
Industriously nnd wisely.
.By Stella Bcatrico Pilkinjrton.
Inn licuutlful homo that has corns
to mo through the, generosity of
Tho Times nnd through tho liberali
ty of my friends vv.ho nlded mo will
ljomy home. I nm going (o live In
the lioiiEo ns a compliment to those
without whoso nld I might never
lino had n real homo of my very
In nur lltllo ramify clrrlo wo hav?
talked tho matter -all oyer. T,mt
was heforo I vvn liy nny moans sure
tho prize which 1 coveted Wiu to ho
mine. We discussed the houso that
was given. A'dmtral Devvoy when ho
returned trjumphant from Manila,
and how It struck his friends when
ho disposed of the homo clen to
l.lpi liy tho Amorlraii propter
1 feel I ovvo It tn tho peoplo who
helped mu so willingly tn llo In
what I shall nlwiiys lonslder their
gift tn mo. If I did otherwise ft
would glo rlRO for doulit ns to tho
grntltudo I feil.
And It, nny women was ever grato
fill to her friends for tho encourage
ment, 1 nm that woman. Without
their aid nnd cO-operatlon I could
hnvo done nothing, nnd I nm glad
ofthis oppoitunlty (ti express my
heartfelt thanks to (hem.
Never Has Seen Prize House.
I stnta unqualified that I nm go
ing to occupy tho pl.ico ns my fu
turo home And jet, odd ns It irWy
seem, 1 hnvo .1 picture of It, as pub
lished Jn Thn Tildes, ad 1iu,vq read
I Vote for Trip Contestant
In Evening Bulletin Popular
Miss ....' .
District No , ..
Fill in name and district of your favorite candidate
and send to the Bulletin Contest Department,
(Not Good After Monday, April 11)
View From Street cf Hotel Manx
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The Hotel Manx, one of the finest hotels In San Francisco will houso
the D u 1 1 e 1 1 n party while they aro Ii the California metropolis. As many
.Honolulu peoplo (top at the Manx wh:n In San Francisco the two weeks'
Stay In the California city Is certain U be pleasant.
thcr will permit our retnovnl
The contest hnd hcon on for pos-j
slhly 10 dnjs, perhaps longer, he-'
foro tho Idea of my being n contcs-
tnnt dawnpd on me. liver slnco 'Iho
Times began Its career I havo been
n dnlly render of Its columns, nnd
It was ono evening when I was on
my wny homo from business thnt 1
chanted to read tho plan ns propos
ed. lirl... .. .... f. (I. 1 ...l
..Vir. rri. ill ,,.. ' ..
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mind for a, minute. It was tho homo
that appealed to me It was tho
homo I wanted, nnd It Is tho homo
I now own, After I stnrlcd I never
wavered In my determination.
Through storm and sunshine, early
nnd hjto, I vvorked. DurlnB.tho ear-
' 1I "" ' ' 'Jl.r ''
was verj warm, and tho exertion was
trying I'lcquently I was foolsoro
and weary, nnd more than once 1 icll
nsleen In my chair at homo after 1
hnd returned fioui v.ork,
n....in.. . . 1, .i.,.. ,..t,.. r !,
'i.ii.tM biiu biMiiiih Htvm ul i'w
contest tho weather was oxces8holy'.,; . " ' " .,:"' . ...i..i... .. T.l. i,i,"C(1- Tnls "umber v
told, the ,ol t I ovei had expo-
rlenccd for any protracted period In
ill -11.. hV .,..... -....
e bit ijr winds onl Ini.tct mo to
greater efforts IVr I realized that
my friends h,d redded m.Ht gen-
erously In my appeals, nnd It np-
lr t""t.l..r"l,'.J..8,:.re' V. ",,C;
ccKsflil. And now that It Is nil over,
hnd I realize he great work I have
nccon pllshed I am more than satis-
fled because of tho splendid reward
that has CnlllO tn HIP.
mi 11 11 . V . ii
1 , ,., ,I,"C,I1" ,,n,cr th0 con-
it I dlil not wait for some ono to
mitnato me. I read tho plan n I
n"i 1,1. l"a" K y 'laiB. Not worolj. ,)CC!)US0 ho gavo lno u largo emplojers mado preACnts ot ln" aW 0I l rnlcsl
Timidity nor false modesty had.no ... ,. ,',, .,, ,, , .11t,r1i11 i ,i,. i ,li, o.,,..
place In my campaign. I wanted to ... i,,noplll ,W1P,.U , .', ,, , ,mlru nM . lU WM'THC DISTRICTS AHC
De nominated I nomlnnled mjself. lerw, The od ,f j nlUrIcl No, t ,ncudo
I clipped out (bo Ltiupon at home wl ,.,. ,. , .,,, ..,..' M' .,,.., ,r,,., i .,,. . County uf Honolulu,
I Vote for Chaperone Contestant.
In Evening Bulletin Popular
Mrs. . . ,
(This coupon is not good after Monday, April 11)
Pill in name of y6ur favorite candidate and send to
the Bulletin Contest Dcartmcnt.
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.u.. ..1l.t nll.i It f. !.. (.J-..
thought was right, mid went down
t Tho Times llulldlilg and received
"nt lOOO vote,. I
I planned to call on my friends
nnd acquaintances for tho help
there bo such n thing ns
hundred" nmong business men, 1'
determined to get their help. M
7U , aoB ti, lest bu...
-' .men ot St. ..ouls, gained In tho
eight, jears 1 havo been u luisliioss,
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vviunan nnd nn Insurnnro
,,....:. o' ;..:,;"'
Visits Contest Manairer.
....,.. ...i,,., l ..-,. -i,i 1
1 .. . , , , . ... ,,
tr n"'1 had n tnlk with them
" the f ,crd "nJ",.l,'J. ," 7 "
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to bo tho successful ono wns to wort:
fathtn nn(1 pelI,Itally wilh tll0 orders for the paper. In this way 1
obJ ' , , lohtalned results thnt I could not havo
w, neer f t tll0 flrst .' 0utBln0ll , nny 0,Ucr way.
I.. ... . ... 1 . . . .. '
tiemnn I caned on and nsked to give I found out oarii 111 tun canvass
mo a subscription, for Tho Times, that Tho Times wns popular with
Tb M cllarle8 , le rnlpOJorg nml tlicy wcro C0Kor
d t h ,, s , ank,.for thclr eniI?,0jCs ,0 read It. I know
Mr. Huttlg oncouraged mo greatly
-t ; ;
Standing of Chaperone Contestants .
Mrs. Zcave, Sachs' ....?. Honolulu ..1 T. 67,138
Mrs. Bes, Fuuncne Hospital .... Puuneuc 40,417
Mrs. Helen Siemson .' Hllo 20,184
Mrs. Joseph Schulmeister Waianac 0,098
Mrs. Ed. Daniels lahaina '.".'.... 0,422
Mrs. Henry Dlake Koloa ." 4,721
Mrs. J. K. Notley, 205 Kukui St . . . Honolulu 4,220
Mrs. Carrie Scharratt, Kailua ....Waimea 4,070
Mrs. W. W. Wescott Puunene 3,430
Mrs. Bessie Clinton Honokaa 3,308
Mrs. Henry E. Abbey Anahola 3,345
Mrs. Wm, Krusc Wahiawa 3,125
Mrs. A. K. Notley ...x Honolulu 3.040
Mrs. A. 0. Curtis Kurtistown ... , 3,022
! Standing of- Trip Contestants
DISTRICT NO. 1.
Miss Mary McCabe, Kapiolani Ma
ternity Home Honolulu 03,024
Miss Anrjic Panjrelinan, Palm Cafe.'. Honolulu ,..,78,292
Miss Mary Johnson, Johnson Sana
torium Honolulu 74,084
Miss Emma Sasaki. 1457 Auld Lane. Honolulu 50,440
Miss Rebecca Macy , Waialua 34.250
Miss Naomi Lazarus Pearl City . A 0,049
I Miss Honey Voss '. Honolulu 3,810
jMiss Lucy Kopa, 915 Prospect St. ..Hoonlulu 3,238
1 Miss Emma French, Sachs' Honolulu , .. 3,170
Lillian Akina, 847 Mokakauea St 3,080
Miss Malia Sakuma, Oregon Block. .Honolulu , 3,040
'Miss Lucy K. Barber Honolulu 3,042
(Miss Rose Amia Honolulu 3,030
Miss Mary Bias ,
v DISTRICT NO. 2.
Miss Mary K. Keawehano
Miss Queenie Scharratt, Kamuela.. Hilo 4,104
Miss Alice Hattie. Kohala Hilo 3,074
1 Miss Louisa de Harne Kohala 3,812
Miss L. Williams Hilo , 3,264
Miss Katherine Clark Kailua 3,351
Miss Louisa Hapai Hilo 3,091
,Miss Helen Watson Hilo T.... 3,281
JMiss Isabella Koomoa, Keauhou. . . .North Kona -. 3,248
(Miss Kuulei Hapaii Hilo ,. 3,275
Miss Hattie Saffery Hilo ,.'. 3,127
Miss Annie Kai .Keauhou 3,104
' Mary H. Kawcwehi .'Keauhou , 3,080
'Miss Mary Nailima ..., Pahala 3,077
Miss Emma Akamu ....Hilo 3,057
j Miss Mary Arakawa .v , .Hilo 3,041
Miss Rose K. Nalima Hilo 3,032
, Miss M. Hose Hilo 3,020
I Miss Annie Aiu Kailua , 3,010
(Miss MaRffic Nakapuahi Hilo 253
Maud Fisher 1 . . , . . . .Hawaii 50
Miss Fannio Desha Hilo , 10
Miss Myrtle Wise ,...Hilo 12
DISTRICT NO. 3. !
Miss Sarah Cockett Lahaina 7,880
vMiss Man Marciel , Kahakuloa 5,489
Miss Scholtz. Circuit Court Wailuku . . . . 4,305
Miss Miry Kaoo, Kaunakakal Molokai 4.200
Miss Waiaholo Lahaina 4,101
DISTRICT NO. 4. ,
Miss Annabelle Mundon Kapaa 5,681
Miss Ncal Kealia 4,228
Miss W. E. Holt Makaweli 4,200
Miss Alice Ai , Lihue 4,155
"Miss M. Kapuniai ,,...., Waimea 4,100
1 1 .1 -j
l'rnctlcnlly nil I got was mihscin-
tlons nnd encouragement. And tna
an 1-1.000.000 votes that I
received tells mnro eloquently than
I imv wiiriln i.f mini, liow HiircpFBful 1
1 any worns or mine now succcssiui 1
Novor .it nny plnco did I imitT. . .,ii', , ' " ....
, 111. n fblvi.rr Vn. nltlu .11.1 1 (ml
personal encouragement, but I heard
good words at every hnnd for the
p .r T was sell ng
Lr.y . tho contest ,
It wuh easier to hnvo other peoplo
di tho work for me, In n nic.isure,;Jl0.w voics Arc issueu.
, ..,,,, , ,Z .V "" W ot the nullotln
" " ." l' " " .U J". ' ""?Iflll contain n coupon, which, when
',:::' jlu. ,'.,.. .1: :..' . ;, ,,'vropcriy micd out. m rnmia uio
larger establishments where .1 great
many cmplO)cs wcrq working, 1 saw'
interested In my cause.
I How She Conducted Campaien
.,,' Tr?U.V,,uiV? J,J,m rS? .".-'"S"
"?'! htV, tl ! receipts, sign.
Srtt. boo, ' wh.
n, ,vn..ln ,,, ,,.,, wn.
finished, ni.d ho would turn tho bi.m
luck to mo with tho money nnd thn
I found out carl In thn canvass
cmplojes to read It. I know
In n great many iLstnnccs where
, - '
from entering t )i mutest but even
(Hilly Hdmltled tho wlhhini of my
doing ho, lie wns nit Invalid nnd
(oulil do nothing tnjielp me, hut for
that reason, mora than nny otitrr, 1
determined to get that line home.
And titlW tndlv llinl I linwi ilnnn Hfl
' I want to ill ink all who hejped me
A Start an Aid,
I'rlends by ono or two Riihorlp
tlon coupons can pl.ico many of tio
candidates in a position that will In
vigorate tho good wishes of olhor
ft lends who are slower to act. A
few thousand votes placed now will
he much more appreciated by the
cniilcnlmit than 11 few weeks later
It your It lend seems unable to get
started sumclenlly to bring support
from n host of other friends of whom
ou know, why not net 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 arc Ailed 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. You vote for
two candidates a trip and n chap
erone contestant. An equal number
of votes, as civ en in the standing
i M A AHaJhIA A j& t AmtAll tAM A A All
"" """""" u' '"ulu 1UI KaKU
weei.iy cuunis nn; ueui" ranue
nwiiJuw rl,r.Aa anA Cafm-Pa.
" '"uua UA U"B CUUIIVS Ul (, IIUV
lished on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday. Ballots intended for these
counts should be in tho Bulletin
office by 4 o'clock of the day tho
count "is made.
. . . ",,. ,
1 ier spec!
menrot tho number of v. s will be
given.' Votes will nlfo bo Issued on
Pw P to tho B ...
, d Woek, u,letln In
ch sybscrlptlnns nro paid In nc-
El"?"?? "h U' 8c,,CdUl nppcar-
Nominations Not Closed.
, There s.cms to bo nn Impression
tliat nominations nro closed forever-
mnm en tnr nn I1il fnnlDat la i.nn.
'more, so far ns this contest Is con-
iuv iiuiiiiiuiimia uiu iiuv
nnd will not be until tho end
" ",a co' ,CBl- ou 0,u'u' u
.w's"'. "o canuiumo on nm
tho City nnd
District No. 3 Includes tho County
of linn nil.
District No. 3 includes tho County
District No. 4 Includes tho County
Don't forget the candidates for
chaperone are candidates nWarne.
You w.iy take Uiu trip nny tune ou
chooso singly or In croup
VOTES ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL.
LOWED AS FOLLOWS
Ono month subscription to tho
i: v o i 1 nR It u 1 1 0 1 1 n Old sub
ecrlptton, 100 votes; now subscrip
tion, 123 votes.
ThreovinoiithB' subscription to tho
Hvonlne Ilullutln Old sub
ccrlptlon, 350 voles; now subscription
Six months' siihtcrlptlon tn the
E von Ing Hullo tin Old BUb
tcilptlon, 800 votes; now subscription
Ono j car's subscription to tho
i:cnlni; Hullo t in Old sub
scrlptlon, 2000 votes; now subscrip
tion, 2SQ0 votes.
rivo j cars' f inscription to the
i: v o n I n p II ii 1 1 o 1 1 n Old nub
tcrlptlon, 1S,0V0 votes; new subscrip
Ono year's subscription to tho
Wookly Ilulletln Old suliicrlp
tlon 100 votes; new subscription, 12.1
Hvo c.irs subscription to tin
Wookly 11 ii 1 1 o 1 1 n Old eiilmrrlp
lion, 12S0 votos; now subscription
THE PRICC OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN IS
Ono month's subscription to the
O v o n I n K II u 1 1 o 1 1 n, 7S cents.
Thice monthV subscription tn h
i: ven I UK Hullo tin, $2.00,
Six mouths' subscription to the
n von Inrs LMillntln $100
Twoho months' subcrlptlnn tn tin
Hv onlng tulle tin $800
"Ivo jo-jib' siihtcrlptlnn tn
Uvo ii I n b II ul 1 1 tin SI'ino
One yenr'c subscription to
Wookly Hullotlu $1.00
FIvp jeirR' subscrlptlbn to
Wo olds J" t'llptl.n $500
Address all inquiries to
MANAGER, CONTEST BEPT.,
Honolulu, T. H,
James B. McSwanson is in charge
of the contest.
Office Hours !1 a, m. to 1 p. m.;
3:30 p. in, to 4;30 u. m.
Whon Haby wns tick, wo gavebor
Whon sho w.1s n Child idle cried for
' When sh bm nine Mlsn, sho clung t'i
I When sh had ('htldreii idm gnvo them
Do not seek In othim what you con
ceal In oursclf.
A pure, wholesome, delicious con
densed milk of the best quality. v
Its Purity and Quality are ABSOL
The price is lower than that of
other milks because it is made in im
mense quantities by the largest manu
facturers of condensed milk in America,
Theo. Ii. Davies k Co.,
INVITATION TO CITIZENS
ORIENTAL AND OCCIDENTAL MEALS
WILL OPEN FOR BUSINESS ON APRIL 2ND. 1910
We have cnnacd an EXPERT COOK, who has had lontr experi
ence in this, work in all the prominent hotels throughout this Territory,
controlling the kitchen work. It is our intention to sain a reputation
for improving the ORIENTAL MEALS and CHOP SUEY business in this
All patrons arc cordially invited to inspect our Culinary Establish
ment, which is cry neat and clean.
THE HONOLULU CAFE, ' 5
70 HOTEL STIvEETjTIEAB, TORT STREET
tf 1C Jt 1C X K K 5C M JC 3C J! K ; K X K
94 . V
Shukvspturo's classical furce, "Tlu
Comedy of Krrors," will bo tho ve
hlclo with which Mnrshall Uurrach
will open hU siippliincntnry rourno
of rc'cltnls nt tho Alcxnndor Young
Hotel (in ThuisiUy next. In riiAr
pllanco with tho request ol.n num
ber of tils patrons, ho will ndd nt
tho coucliixlou of tho comedy "tlfroo'
Isrlcs of his own ci)p;nqstiin "
Cunuo Song," "llonoy sneet' nnd
"Nellie's Tunny Wny,'' im .-,-
On Mondn), April irhrwlll liTnW.
his List. nppvnrniKo In Honolulu In
Shnkespenro'a great tragedy of nm
In tho rendition ot theso two
plns, ns great u rontrnst 1b jirom
Ibcd ns was evidenced In tho rourso
given lust week. I'roni tho twists
nnd double tangles of "Tho Corned)
of Urrors" nnd tho rolllcMu'g wit
and gaiety ot tho two Drumlos, to
the sublimity nt tho major scenes
of tha great Scotch tragedy, the
t-enpo Is wldu onoiigh tn tax the pow
ers of iveu bo great an artist a-1
Murshnll Darriah, but that ho will
ho equal to the task seems likely,
If ono may Judge him by his past
On April 12NMr. Hamuli will c
to Knu.il iih the guest of MH. Isou
berg o glo tvi iiirltals "Julius
Caesar" nud "Tho Tempost" ro
lurnliig In time to tall on tho SI
berla on April IS for a tour of the
A BAINTY TOILET ARTICLE.
Every lmly who desires to keep up
ier nttrnctlvo nppemnnce, while nt
the, Theater, attending llocoptlons.
when shopping, while, traveling nnd
(ti nil occasions should enrry In lior
imrsajn booklet of (Qouraud's Orien
tal Beauty Leaves. Tlila Is u dilpty
Ittlp booklet of cxqulsltel) porfmucd
powdered loaves which aro easily rc
noved and applied to tho skin. It is
invnliiab'o when tho fnco becomes
nolst nml flushed nud is far superior
to n powder puff, ns it does not spill
and boll tho clothes,
U'remoc3 dirt, soot and create
fiom tho face, Imparting n cool, dol
into bloom' to tho complexion. Sent
nujwliero on receipt of l'lvo Cents
n stamps or coin,
F. T. Hopkins, 37 Great Jones St.,
Things sou pay for nro ncldant an
good as they mltht ! but ihnso tm
Bet frnr nro apt to lio vvorto.
TO CURE A GOLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinino
Tablets. All drugRists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E, W. Grove's signature is on
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