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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. It,, SATURDAY, AM. 9, 1910.
Read the Details of the
'In Monday's Bulletin
Results of Tri -Weekly Counts
published every Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday.
Standing, of Chaperone Contestants
Mrs. Helen Siemson Hilo
Mrs. W. C. Moore Honolulu
Mrs, Bcctrs. .Puuncne Hospital .... Pnuncnc
j Mra. Zeave, 'Sachs' Honolulu
Mrs. Joseoh Schulmcister wnianae
Mrs. Henry Blake. Koloa ...
Mrs. Ed. Daniels lahaina .
Mrs. J. K. Notley, 205 Kukui St. . .Honolulu s 4,413
Mrs. Carrie Scharratt, Kailua . ...Wrtimca . ., . 4,132
Mrs. W. W. Wcscott Punncne 3,430
Mrs. Bessie Clinton Honokna .. 3,400
Mrs. Henry E. Abbey Anahola 3,345
Mrs. Win. Kruse .Wahiawa 3,125
Mrs. A. K. Notley Honolulu , 3.040
Mrs. A. 0. Curti3 Kurtistown 3,022
Standing of Trip Contestants
DISTRICT NO. 1.
Miss AnRic PanRclinan, Palm Cafe. .Honolulu .' 131.C14
Miss Mary MeCabe, Kapiolani Ma
ternity Home Honolulu 103,493
Miss Emma Sasaki. 1457 Auld Line. Honolulu 85,005
Miss Mary Johnson, Johnson Sana-
' toriura Honolulu ' 73,275
Miss Rebecca Macy Waialua 39,053
Miss Naomi Lazarus Fcarl City . . . . w 0,075
Miss Honey Voss Honolulu .-...,. 3.840
Miss Lucy Kona. 015 Frosnect St. ..Hoonlulu ..- 3.238
Miss Emma French, Sachs' Hpnolulu . . . . i 3,17G
miss Mtuia baKumn, urcp-on iock. .Honolulu , 3,Ul(j
i Miss Lucy K. Barber Honolulu . ... v 3,043
i Miss Rose Araia Honolulu ....-...... 3,030
I Miss Mary Dins Honolulu 3,014
DISTRICT NO. 2. ,
I Miss Mnry K. Krawchano Hilo 4,301
'Miss Queenls Scharratt. Kamuela. .Hilo 4.102
! Miss Alice Hattic, Kohala Hilo . 3,090
Miss Louisa de Harnc Kohala - 3,810
Miss Helen Watson Hilo .....' 3.390
(Miss Katherinc Clark Kailua 3.3G0
' jtuss jj. winiHim lino o.ju
i Miss Isabella Koomoa, Kcauhou. . . .North Kona . . . . 3,213
' Miss Kuulci Hapaii Hilo . . .' 3,291
i Miss Hnttie Sailcry Hilo : . 3,127
j Miss Annie Kai Kcauhou . . . . 3,104
Miss Louisa Hapai Hilo ., i 3,031
' Mary H, Kawcwchi Kcauhou 3,030
Miss Mary Nailima 1'aliala , 3,077
Miss Emma Akamu Hilo 3,057
Miss Mary Arakawa Hilo , 3,041
Miss Hose K. Nalima Hilo , 3,032
Miss M. Hose Hilo .'.j. 3,020
Miss Annie Aiu Kailua . . . ; . . .vsv. 3,010
Miss Myrtle Wise ., Hilo i. 12
DISTEICT NO. 3. ,
Miss Sarah Cockett Lahaina . -i 0,977
Miss Mary Marciel Kahakuloa . , . . ... . . i , . 5,013
Miss Scholtz. Circuit Court Wailuku
Miss Mary Haoo, Kauuakakai Holokai, . ..,..,y, .. ..
Miss Waiahoto Lahaina -J...
DISTRICT NO. 4.
Miss Annnbcllc Mundon. Kapan , . . ,v . j. .
Miss W. E. Holt Makawcli .'. . ,:. '...
Miss Alice Ai Li hue .,...
Miss M. Kapuniai -. . Waimca , 4,100
Special Notice. -
Subscribers sending in subscrip
tions to the Bulletin must al
ways mention the names of the con
testants they wish to vote fcr, 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
two candidates a trip and a chan-
crone contestant. An equal number
count is made. iGvonlng B u 1 1 o t'l n Old suit-
How Votes Are Issued. rcrlpt!nn, 100 votes; now subucrlp
Each copy of tliu lit) Hot In tlon. 153 otos.
will contain a coupon, which, when Three mouths' subscription to tho
properly tilled out, will cntltlo tho Kvoulng Hullo tin Old sub
holder to votes of tho number spocl- scrlptlon, 350 voles; now subscription
lied. This number will vary from 450 votes,
day to day. No ndvancc unnouncc-j Sit months' subscription to the
f votes will be 1. v o n 1 n B B u 1 1 o 1 1 n Old sub
t n.. .. :., : tt. ..-ji I nicnt of tho number o
1 .M,'p,r,;i.h ,. Y...i ?." " "fc iBlveii.' Votes will also bo Issued on scrlptlon. 800 votes; now subscription
contestant ' j paid subscriptions to tho 13 von- 1000 votes.
Tri wpVvi miiiU or. l.t- maA ' ' n K and W o o k 1 y 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n In ' Ono ear's subscription to tho
tt ,rV0M o leutlh of time Uvonlnfi nullqtln-OM sub
on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. ' '....,, ,,. , np , Kf.,nt0n 2000 votes: new siibserin.
thin, 2500 votes.
rive years' riibscrlptlon to tho
i: v o 11 1 11 b II u 1 1 0 1 1 n Old sub
.. . r...VH. . .. nr,n ,.' . -..!.- I..
votes will be issued. You vote for office by 4 o'clock of the day the ' V'oro ?eT '"5 1" lmi, n tion "omo
J that nominations nro closed forever- turn, 20,000.
' I more, so far us this contest Is ton-1 0"o 'ca'' subscription to tho
--' Tho nomination;! aro not Weekly llullotln Old subserlp-
closcd, and" will not-Do until tlio end Ho". 100 votes; now subscription, 123
of tho contest. You could, If jott
wish, nominate a candidate on the
last day of the contest.
The results of these counts arc nub- Bue-Blus" ' " '" c
lished on Monday. Wednesday and ! ?or1?n?0 wlth t!, tchcilule apl,ctvr-
Prirlnv. TlAllnt. inttnfoA tnr .1,... I ,nB ueiow.
counts should he in the' ltnlUtln! Nominations Not Closed.
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 Saturday, April 23) T'
THE DISTRICTS ARE AS FOLLOWS
District No, 1 Includes tho City and
County of Honolulu.
District No. 2 Includes tho County
i of llnwnli,
District No. 3 Includes tho County
I of Mnu.
District No, 4 Includes tho County
Don't forget the candidates for
chaperone are candldates-at-larcje.
I Yoij may tako the trip nny tlmo you
(.lnxmo, Rlnnly or In i;rauin
IVU1LS UN bUUbUIUI'l lUNb AL
LOVED AS FOLLOWS
Ono mouth a subscription to
The years' subscription to the
Wookly Uti! toll n Old subscrip
tion, 1250 votes; new subscription,
2000 votes. i
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WCCKLY BULLETIN IS
Ono month' subscription to tho
UvunlliB I! u Hell n, 76 ciuts.
Tluco niontl.t,' siibscrlpilnii In tho
live nlnt; llullotln, "S2.00.
Six months' subscription to tho
llvonliiB lMillotlll. 51.00.
Twolvo months' sulucriiillnn to tho
K von Ins lulletl'n, JSOO.
no jears' subscription to tho
tho K von I n k Hullo tin, SIO00.
But Will Sec I
8AN 1'UANCISC'O, Mnnli 25
Tho miipliiem of Clnudliin II. Jlr-
Hrlclo, Secretary In (Invornor Irc.ir
of Honolulu, in reruarrj-'ng tho wo
'man fioni whom he w.ih dlorcol
eighteen luonths hko.'Is real enoimli. !
bill tho HttunillnB (Irnmatlc toufli '
of fairy romnnce, tho lltidlni; of the
mil lonalro stepfnthur, hus been do-'
I"rinh Mcllrlde. iiresldent of tbo
Mcllrlde-Hothschlld Confection t'otn-j
pnny, rottlrned from I.os iii;ele.
jceterday nfternonn ni.d ranie it'
once to the "Clitonlclo" oillco to et-
pi-flu Mm . while ho hud not tbo
hum r to ho tho stepfather Of Clnu
diiw 1 1 Mrllrlde, ho recoRtibed In
Hie stor of tho latter the most c-
t!actcllnar coucjitcnailon he had
over oiHomitorcd. J
"At first." snld Hv "I thmiKlit
that this Mcllrldo must bo n falir;
inni nu nun ne.iru or uc nnu was ci
ther tiyliiR n srnft or hnvliiR fun nt
iny expense, ti'ii tovernl men who
'ticw hi in In :i"iit'ulu have vouch
ed for his 1nsttlmi and stnmlliiK
there and Go 1 bcKan to look Into
(hlnir mid try to remember. Mv
tonelutlou la hat It Is n tnso.ot
Jutniilii at a eoncHistou and falling
only nn Inch t1on of the trim
hank Xlcllrldo' wo 'olorado
In 1801 and he, knew peoplo
niru.ttonoil by CtauClu .Icllrldo,
soma of tlicui he know . illo well.
Perhaps 'tho strangest thing U thai
hn know 1 'ran It Ilnrrlugton, whosj
dhorreil wlfo bn was supposed to
have married, nulto Intimately. II.it-
ilngton Is n well Known rnllroad con
ductor nrid paid a visit to I'ranl;
ilclli l-Ic only ten days iiro.
rr.ink Mcllrldo know Tom .Mu tit
Outuy and Simpson, but ho was nev
er staked l nor entered Into part
nership with either one of llinm. '
Mostccrtnltily. ho says, he tieverl
iparrled Tinuk llnrrliiKU'ti's dlvore-j
oil wife, was only slightly nco,tmliii-
ell wfili hr, ulifl did not even knoW
wlintlier shu had been divorced. )
"Tliero wag some Mcllrldet In Ct-,
loraOo at that time," said -Frank-)
Mcllilde. "They are still there, and
It Is probably otic nf them who mar
ried the mother of this Claudius II.
Hut I did not so to Trinidad until
1SU4. and tho big initio explosion In
which the other I'raiilt Mcllrlde was
supposed to have hcun killed occurr
ed nearl) a jcitr boforo 1 arrived
there. Also I was necr 111 PueplJ
or Cripple Creek.
"Had I been In tbo other Mc
llrldc'B position, I should doubtless
havo come to tho snino conclusion.
Ho had a talk with my manager,
Sir. Colin, and tho latter showed
htm a plctuio of n group of thrco In
whllh I appeared. Ho also told Me-i
llrldo that I had icon Harrington
rctently, and I can not find It m
my heart to hLiniu him for nnnnunc
lng that I am his stepfather, wlwi
eicrjtlitiiB seemed to fit In so nice
ly "When tho other Mcllrldo returns
from Washington I shall tiiako a
point it seeing him mid talking
out old times In Colorado. I'crhups
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Every Member of the Family
WILL FIND USE FOR AN "WD
EACH ONE CAN USE IT IN HIS OR HER OWN
ROOM, FOR IT CAN BE ATTACHED TO ANY LAMP
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
We have superior facilities for the delivery of frHfiht
from the heaviest, where a traction engine is necessary,
to the lightest piece. Get our prices. ""
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co., Ltd..
QUEEN STREET. NEXT TO INTER-ISLAND CO.'S OFFICE,
INVITATION TO CITIZENS' :r '
ORIENTAL AND OCCIDENTAL MEALS
WILL OPEN FOR BUSINESS ON APRIL 2ND. 1910 aa.
We have oiiRnccd an EXPERT COOK, who has hail lone excell
ence in this work in all the prominent hotels throughout this Territory,
controlling the kitchen work. It is our intention to train a reputation
for improving the ORIENTAL MEALS and CHOP SUEY business irtdhls
All patrons arc cordially invited to inspect our Culinary Establish
ment, which is very r.cat and clean. 5
THE HONOLULU CAFE,
NO. 70 HOTEL STREET. NEAR FORT STREET
AS A MATTER OF PACT, TJIE PASTRY AT THE
TALM CAFE IS EQUAL TO THAT SOLD AT THE BEST
BAKERY SHOPS IN THE CITIES ON THE MAINLAND.
HOTEL, NEAR UNION STREET
vc nm ot fliiii out that no aro relat i nnlst nnd flushed and Is far superior
rd cM-ii If 1 can not claim him us -ifi a powder puff, as It does not splH -'
o'ciison I dmi'i luum how old I look, land soil tho Clothes,
but I urn only thlrt)-ii!ne, nnd ho It removes dirt, soot nnd grcao
Is thlrty-cne, and really I doijj Jrom the face, Imparting n cool, dol
thlnk I am up to pla) lug" the 10I0J cato bloom to tho complexion. Kent
of stepfather to n mall of that agoanrwhero on receipt of Flvo Cents
Just et." 1 rnzalwinps or coin. fc
--Pirtilopkins, 37 Great Jones St.,
Muggins That boy of )our
A DAINTY TOILET ARTICLE.
I'ery lady who desires -tiTJteeiJ-.lTu,
ler attraetlvo nppearance',. wlilPJ nfr"
seeniB tu ho a hustler . He's never
l no ,
Idle, lluggltis I guess Hint's right.
tho Theater. ntlendriir'UecepHops. ''"' "uw.n-i 5 .,,. i w ,
when shopping, while twng-Tinai" he basn t m.ythlnK eso to do
on all occasions should carry In Jirfh ea,s ""Ihb - I'hlladclphla
purso a booklet of Qournud's OrienJ . '
tal Beauty Leaves. This Is a dulnt) I Hock le-r xvlll soon be trjlng In get
Ittlo booklet of exquisitely pcrfumein (he go.it t f tho tliPnit Schnuctady
powdered leaves which nro easily re-1 1'nlon
)ioed nnd applied to tho skin. It Is it takes a dreamer to H) mor dim
lnvaluablo when tho fnco becomes rubles Dillas Nvus
Ono , ycar'e subscription to
Wookly llullotln, Jl 00
l-'lo jenrs subscrlptlnii to
Wookly Ul'lloUn. 16.00.
Address nil inquiries to
MANAGER, CONTEST DEPT.,
Honolulu, T, H.
James B. llcSwanson is in charge
of the contest.
Office Hours 11 a. m, to 1 p. m.j
3:30 n, m, to 4:30 p. m. .
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(This coupon is not Rood after Saturday, April 23)
Fill in name of your favorite candidate and send to
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