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MRS. 3IEM80N OF HILO
LEADS FOR CHAPERONE HONORS
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FORT SHAFTER NEWS !
Hilo I.I.I SI
Joso Haidlnhn timl wf to Jusu I'.
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I V. A. SchnefiT nnil wf to Else O. S.
H. Waldrnn v D
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Miss Sasaki In Second Place'
Standing of Chapcrone Contestants
Mrs. Helen Siemson Kilo 74,300
' , Mrs. Zeave, Sachs' Honolulu 07,104
itr. irii ti a T iai Mrs. Betrc.s. Puunene Hospital . ...Puuvjne 59,571
Miss Mary McCabe Retains Lead A net m. jo. sehnimebter w?ianae w
" TT , . rm , Mrs. Eil. Daniels lahaina 0,432
Passes Hundred Thousand Mrs. Henry Biake... . . . . . . ... . .xoioa o.m
Mrs. J. K. Notley, 2G5 Kukni St. ..Honolulu 4,207
Ma r r ' fors. Carrie Scharratt, Kailua .... Waimea 4,088
mcn I Mrs. W. W. Wcscott Puunene 3,430
., t , , . Mrs. Bessie Clinton Honokaa 3,400
The heavy balloting In Hie c ailfi.r-1 0n Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. jnrg, Henry E. Abbey Anahola 3,345
nla-Yinuiiiin-cuniost In tlio l.iKt roiini I xhe results of these counts are nub- jjrs Win Kruse Wahiawa .. 3,125
rt''l niiKiiiB tin- ciiiitiiitaiiiB MijHihed on Monday, Wednesday and jira a. K. Notley Honolulu 3.040
ilmiiorono honors. A change in lend- ( Friday. Ballots intended for these Mrs. A.' O. Curtis Kurtistown ." 3,022
fa t.'fta tn,.la In this i..,,,,,, U'ln II ' a..h.. ..U....1.1 f. 2U .1.. 11 .. 1 I . i : u
' """ " ' I.VUIIIS aiiUUlU UC III U1C JJ U I 1 C I 1 II
mends nr Mrs. Hlomsen cast iivit nrt , 0(gce by 4 0 clock of the day
thousand votes, which gave her a load count is made.
(if oen thousand vote iivit Mr ,,, Vnie. A ,j
On nt i-miiit of the rntn Krlilny nf- of uplifting In them thin newspaper
1 I er noon there was iu imraila nt Fort In which the icuuuns are set forth
.Shatter. 1 why we believe that the welfare ot
ilnstiection. J this Territory dependo upon the sue PV,.nlns t 7;3o o'clock llm
I The usual monthly review Inspec- cess of the Hepubllcan I'arty. Theso b . , , nt Kn)nm Sqlmr0p Th
tlon anil nnuter of the 2nd llutlnll- letters should bo Bent to the luium nr(Jrnm win be as followBt
on, 20th Infantry was belli at Pari for illstrlbiillon. or, If In any precinct , j OlriKer ' Wiirm
touaiiui, 1 iminw.i?, iMiirun .uhi. ine mi one wimies 10 nci us iuun 1 wouiu Qveiturp I'urnKHMih Three. .. .HtipiK)
li:8pectlnii wiih Kiirrlt.011 eiiulpmenl. auk that n Hut of the voters who
I After the llattnllon ' vim revlcwe-l. Humid get these papers be FPnt to
limpoclcil mill nmstereil, the rom- nc Immediately. Of course we wish
mantling oincer Inspected the Com- Unit list to Include Democrats nii'l
1 pany llarnuks nitid other depart-' Home Rulers as well ns loyal llepiih-
nientR. ' 1 HcniiH ns such might be led to Join
Corporal llatigniardt, Company K, our I'arty after leading the article)
201 li Infantry litis been relieved as In our paper.
clerk at hcadiiuarters.
Standing of Trip Contestants
DISTRICT NO. 1.
Zcave. who has held tlrst place from i.;ac, ,.0,y ot the ' 1) u 1 1 e 1 1 n Miss Mary McCabe, Kapiolani Ma
tin. lieglntiliiB of the contest. wm ,.0ntain a coupon, which, when ' tcrnity Home Honolulu 102,758
A largo block of votes was also cant 1)rol)Prij. miej uit W entitle the Miss Emma Sasaki. 1457 Auld Lane. Honolulu 81,075
for Mrs. lllake of Kauai, although tun ! holder to votes of the number sped- Mi" Anjjie Pangclinan, Talm Cafe. .Honolulu 70,429
enough to place her among the first nci T,g number will vary from Miss Mary Johnson, Johnson Sana
three leaders. j llny to llav No ndvftnce announce-' torium Honolulu 77,074
The chaperone candidntes have been , I1ent of 1( mBCr ot voles wm ue Miss Rebecca Macy fr Waialua 34,284
devoting more tlnu. to the collection of eni. Votes will also be Issued 011 'Miss Naomi Lazarus '. . .Pearl City 0.669
votes than they have to casting them I ,,. .11i1,(,rin,inn , ,iln ,., v n. I Miss Honey Voss Honolulu 3,840
iimi It can bo expected that from now , nnd w e e k 1 y U u 1 1 e 1 1 n In ' Miss Lucy Kopa, 015 Prospect St. . .Hoonlulu 3,238
on there will bo surprises in the chap-' ,roportIon t0 lhe ength ()f tme I Miss Emma French, Sachs Honolulu 3,170
Miss maim saxuma, urcgon iiiocK. .iionoium a,vvs
. , n V m . "" subscriptions are paid In nc-
In III. ret . Stlw Sasaki lncroased cortlancc wUh 10 Bcn0(luIo ar.
her total to eighty-one thousand votes' j i,eow
nnd iitlvunced to second idace. movliu!
both Miss I'angellnan and Miss John-, Nominations Not Closed,
ron down one and two points. Mls Tllcre w-,em B Impression
MrCnu, In llilu cimit k-iw (In. IImi " uumiimiiuiis are ciuseu jurever
cjinillihitB to nass the hmidreil than- nioro- 8 flir ns ,l,ls contest la con
nn,i nmrit nmi iio nin.i.. iiu. innvn nmi ' ccrnetl. Tho nominations are not
Miss Lucy K. Barber Honolulu 3,042
Miss Rose Amia Honolulu 3,030
Mis3 Mary Dias Honolulu 3,014
DISTRICT NO. 2.
Miss Mary K. Keawehano Hilo '. . . . 4,301
. i Miss Quecnie Scharratt, Kamuela. .Hilo 4,124
Miss Alice Hattie. Konaia Htlo a.aya
l.n, two thousand votes to spare. No ! clow!, and will not be until tho end , J weflt"e ,nala $
changes were made In the leaders In of tho contest. You could. If you J Helen Watson. .......... .Hilo. 3,381
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Miss L. Williams Hilo 3,290
miv nf iho iinmi.i,. ,iisirirt lmi ,1 num.1 wish, uomliiato a candidate on tho
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her of votes were cast for all of the li,sl ""V ot the contest,
candidates within four points or lcis
of the first place
A Start an Aid.
Krlenils by 0110 or two subscrip
tion coupons can place many of tho
candidates In a position that will In
lgarate the good wishes of other
f 1 lends who are slower to act. A
few thousand votes placed now wllll0f niml
THE DISTRICTS ARE AS FOLLOWS
District No. 1 Includes the City nnd
County of Honolulu.
District No. 2 Includes tbo County
District No. 3 Includes the County
District No. 4 Includes the County
Don't forget the candidates
chaperone are candldates-at-large,
You may tak tho trip any timo you
choose, singly or In groups
VOTES ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL.
LOWED AS FOLLOWS
One month's subscription to the
K v e 11 1 n g 11 11 1 1 e 1 1 n Old sub
scription, 100 votes; now subscrip
tion, 125 votes.
Throe 'moaths' subscription to tho
h much moro appreciated by the
contestant than a few weeks later.
If your It lend seems unable to get
started sufficiently to bring support
from a host of other friends of whom
you know, why not net at once?
Subscribers sending in subscrip
tions to the Bulletin must al
ways mention the names of the con
testants thev wish to vote for. as all
ballots are filled out in full before Kvonlng Du Met In Old sub
leaving office. You can hold back the scrlptlon. 350 votes; now subscription
ballots as lone as you wish. 4M vol8-
Every subscription pavment made Six months subscription to the
on or since March 7 entitles the pay- Evening Du lie tin-Old sub
er to votes. Present receipts and scrlptlon, 800 votes; new subscription
votes will be issued. You vote for.1000 vote8-
two candidates a trip and a chap-1 One year's subscription to the
erone contestant. An equal number Evening Dullot In-Old sub
of votes, as given in the standing scrlptlon. 2000 votes; new subscrlp
vote schedule, are issued for each """ 250 vo,ea- , , , k
contestant ' lvo vcnr8' subscription to the
Tri-weekly counts are bein- made Evening 11 lie tin-Old sub-
Miss Isabella Koomoa, Keauhou. . . .North Kona 3,248
Miss Kuulei Hanaii Hilo 3,291
Miss Hattie Saffery Hilo ...; 3,127
Miss Annie Kai Keauhou 3,104
Miss Louisa Hapai Hilo 3,094
Mary H. Kawewehi . . . .Keauhou ", .3,080
Miss MaryNailima 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 Myrtle Wise Kilo 12
DISTRICT NO. 3. . ' " '
Miss Sarah Cockett Lahaino 7,917
Miss Marv Marciel Kahakuloa 5,589
Miss Scholtz. Circuit Court Wailuku 4,305
Miss Marv Kaoo, Kaunakakal Molokai 4,212
Miss Waiaholo Lahaina . .'. 4,110
DISTRICT NO. 4.
Miss Annabelle Mundon Knpaa 5,714
Miss W. E. Holt Makaweli 4,200
Miss Alice Ai Lihue 4.179
Miss M. Kanuniai Waimea 4.100
I Vote for Trip Contestant
In Evening Bulletin Popular
Pill in name and district of your favorite candidate
and send to the Bulletin . Contest Department.
(Not Good After Monday, April 18)
Ecrlpuon 15,000 voles; new subscrip
One year's subscription to the
Wuokly 11 n I lo tin Old subscrip
tion, 100 votes; now subscription, 125
Five yenrs' subscription to the
W e 0 k I y II 11 1 1 o 1 1 n Old subscrip
tion, 1250 votes; now subscription,
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN IS
Ono month's subscription to tho
Qvenlng Dullotln, 75 cents.
Thteo months' subscription ! the
K Yonlng Dullotln, 12.00.
Six months' subscription to the
Kvonlng Pullet In. $1.00.
' Twelvo months' subscription to the
Evening Jullotln, 18.00.
Klvo years' subscription to the
Evonlng Dullotln, $40.00.
One year'c subscription to tho
Wookly Dullotln, 51.00.
Five years' subscription to the
Wookly Dullotln, $5.00. .
Address all inquiries to
MANAGER, CONTEST DEPT.,
Honolulu, T. H.
James B. McSwanson is in charge
of the contest.
Onlcc Hours 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.;
3:30 p. m. to 4:30 p. m.
The back stop ut the Fort Shat
ter baseball ground was damaged by
the strong wind Friday.
Kergennt Klstler, Company O,
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record April 1, 1910, From
10:30 a, m. to 4:30 p. m.
20th Infantry hns been relieved from Maria Kuanckauniaka lo A. F. Cooko
extra duty us school teacher nnd Tr Agmt
will lesume duty with Company O. Knane (w) to A. F. Cooke Tr I)
Corporal llaugmhardt, Company K, C. Unite Tr. to Ambrose K. Hutch-
20lh Infantry has been detailed on Inson AM
extra duty iib school teacher. Ambrose K. Hutchinson to ICmma
A noii-comnitssloned olllcer has' M. Nukulnu Hel
been designated In each company by Emma M. Nnkulna ami hsh to J. II.
company commanders to meet mini Schnack I)
submit recommendations In regard J. It. Hornberger Tr. to John Do
to operating the Tost Kxchnnge ami Corte 1)
recommend any changes desired. J. H, Hornberger Tr. to John Do
Private Itoberts, Company O. 20111' Corto I)
Infantry, has been admitted to the Walter I.. Kmory and wf to Charles
post hospital for treatment. '
Corporal Ciirrun, Compnny 11, was
doing more work on the target range
cables Friday afternoon
MrN'alio, formerly conductor for
Iho II. It. T. & U. Co., has accepted
n position as teamster nt the Quar
termaster corral nt Fort Shatter.
Oreenwndc Cooper has resigned
his position ns teamster nt the Qunr
tcrmnster corral at Fort Shatter.
HOLSTEIN TO SPREAD
According to n letter from Lorrln
Andrews, manager of the Kepubllcnn
campaign to the members of the Re
publican County Committee nf the
County of Hawaii. Andrews among
other things says:
The Territorial Committee hns
subsidized an Hawaiian newspaper
which will be under the supervision
of the Hon. II. I.. Holsteln, and will
begin, In the first week of April, to
publish articles of the Republican
ratty both nutlonnl and local, and
explaining why the Hawaiian Voters
should support our ticket. This pa
per will be sent free to nil voters
who wish to read It; but It has been
suggested that If you send to me
the name of some man In each pre
cinct who will jict as a lunn to dis
tribute the papers, nnd a statement
of how many copies each precinct
wishes. It will greatly facilitate the
distribution, as the papers for each
precinct can be sent directly to tho
tuna you name for distribution bx
Before the distribution of thcsO
papers, personal letters will be sent
to the voters explaining that, nt
good citizens, we believe they aro
Interested In the welfare of this
Territory, and we take tho liberty
H. Merrlam 1)
I'. E. It. Strnuch and wf to Ueorge
Frledenburg ct nl I)
Am. Hoard of Coins, for F. M. by
Trs. to William It. Castle D
Solomon Mcheulu nnd wf to J. I.
ItodrlgucH Tr M
Kohutn Itunch Co. Ltd, to Union Mill
Kohala Itanch Co. Ltd. to Union Mill
I.oun Knalkuoha and hsb to Union
Mill Co 1,
Louisa K. Aylctt and hsh to Mull.
Ilhlgs. & Loan Soc'y of Haw. Ltd
Entered for Record April 2, 1910, From
8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
M. II. da Sllvelra and wf to Territory
.Maria A. Itogcrs by Atty to A. M.
Ah Knl to Mrs, John T. Drown..'.! I)
John I). Souza and wf to Joe Correa.I)
Francisco GQ. Cabola ot ul to Joe
S. Okubo to Youcsukti Slilmoiuiira
It. W. KnlulaiiwulL' and wf to Mrs.
Julia II. Kane d
Kualpiikcln ami hsb to Lulu (w)....D
P. C. Deniuer by Atty to Mnrln A.
do Costa and hsb jiol
Maria A. da Costn to Jono O. Jardlm D
Hist llank.of lll: Ltd to Mary F.
Thomas I'orbea Jr. et als to T. H.
8alkl et ul H
T. It. Saikl nnd wf to First Haiik (if
IntormcMO Cupid's Harden... Eugene
Selection llohemlau (Url Dnlfo
Vocal Hawaiian Songs, .nr. by Hergor
Selection U Perlchole Offenbach
interinezio Dan Cupltl Hartley
Finale Dreams Thiiruan
The Star Spangled Uaimer.
MARSHALL DARRACH RECITAL.
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock, Alex
ander Young hotel, (he distinguished
Shakespeare reciter, Marshall Dnrrnch
of New York, will recllc "Tho Com
edy of Errors." selections from bis
own writing. Monday night, "Mnc
both," Course tickets $2.00 $l.r
IIOXI.EY At Waimea. Kauai. March
31, 1910, llormlne Iloxley (neo Cat
fercl). widow of tho late Capt. C. T.
Huxley of Madras, Fast Indian, aged
eighty-one years and threo months.
KEI.LEY In Honolulu, April 3. 1910,
Helen W. Kclley. at the ago of fifty-seven.
10 HAVE a clear
wholesome food. Breatho
fresh air. Use Ivory
Soap and clear, cool
What the skin needs
is something that will
clean but will not harm it
Pure soap will, 'do this;
and Ivory Soap is pure.
99o Per Cent. Pure
I Vote for Chaperone Contestant
In Evening Bulletin Popular
(This coupon is not good after Monday, April 18)
Fill in name of your favorite candidate and send to
the Bulletin Contest Department.
AS A MATTER OF FACT, THE PASTRY AT THE
PALM CAFE IS EQUAL TO THAT SOLD AT THE BEST
BAKERY SHOPS IN THE CITIES ON THE MAINLAND
HOTEL, NEAR UNION STREET
FOR TWO WEEKS
A FIFTY PER CENT. REDUCTION-50 PER CENT-WILL BE MADE ON ALL TRIMMED HATS
DUNN'S HAT SHOP
The Y. W. C. A. opens twentieth
annual l'aclflc coast conferenco at X
INVITATION TO CITIZENS
ORIENTAL AND OCCIDENTAL MEALS
WILL OPEN FOR BUSINESS ON APRIL 2ND. 1010
,,..eVe .Red ,01 EXPERT COOK, who ha had lone expert-n?rJnlihVr-.,1a11
th( Pr(ntot hotels throuRhout this Territory,
controlling the kitchen work. It is our intention to train a reputatS
communhy. K 0RIENTAL ALS and CHOP SUEY builneu ta ttS
menthdTve SrtSS S?4 t0 inSPeCt 0Ur Mhh-
THE HONOLULU CAFE,
, NO. 70 HOTEL STREET, NEAR FORT STREET
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