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EVENING i-2inTl.JlPNOJijJlL.J12AiV. APR. Ur. 1910
CONTEST WORKERS ARE
,.,,,, . MAKING HOT
Many Votes Being Held Back
CHAPERONES CHANGE THEIR
POSITION -OUTSIDE DISTRICTS
ARE ACTIVE,, ,
Tlio Sntiinlay night count of oteston or before the date prlntcfl or
Standing of Chaperone Contestants
In tlio Calirornla-Yosemllc Contest
Elves unmlstnknblu evidence Hint near
ly nil hands niu watting to see what
votes the others will cant.
Tlicru were many thousands of votes
Imued on subscriptions during Krlday
nnil Satnnli'y, hut lliey did not show
up In the count. It la quite evident
that there will bo some ballot-box
shilling during the coming week Tho
candidates arc holding votes back,
That Is their privilege, but Indica
tions are that there will be u loosen
ing up In the near future.
Subscriptions from the other Islands,
with rcqtienta for votes, liae been re
ceived by every mall, but not a few
fall to Btnto for whom (hey wish to
vote. It should' be remembered that
the name has to be written on the
vote before It leaves the office.
Mrs. Slomson Is holdlnK well In first
place, but her lenit could bo overcome
by a very few thousand .votes. Mrs.
lleggs and Mrs. Zeave have both dis
placed Mrs. Moore, who held second
place on the last count, but now must
bu content with fourth placo till the
next count Is made, which may chnngo
It all around again.
Quite n number of the chaperono
candidates made decided moves up
ward, and there la no telling what,
may hnppcn between today nnd tomorl
In District 1 the situation Is un
chnnged as far as positions are con
cerned. , ,
There was a decided change In Dis
trict 2. Miss Emma Akamu of Hllo
very quietly drops In a vote that
moves her from fifteenth In lino to tho
head of the list. There Is so little dif
ference In the totals of the candidates
In this district that frequent changes
may bo looked for at each count.
In Districts 3 and 4 Miss Cockett
and MIbs Tdundon still hold the lead,
but by such a slim margin that a spurt
by another candidate would be liable
to move them down.
Life of Votes.
Tho contest manager would like to
call the attention of all Interested In
tho contest to tho fact that many votes
cut from the D u 1 1 c 1 1 n are held up
till they aro void, und ilo not count..
There la an expiration dato on every
voto and votes must be doposlted In
tho ballot box In tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n office
Helen Siemson Hilo-... 100,157
Becsrs, Puunene Hospital .... Puunene 84,054
Zeave, Sachs' .Honolulu ...., 81,345
W, C. Moore Honolulu Blvlfid
Henrv Blake ..Koloa s. 0,807
Ed. Daniels lahalna .) 6,072
J. K. NotlC7, 205 Knkni St. . .Honolulu ."
Carrie Scharratt, Kailua . .,.Watmea iiu
Bessie Clinton Honokaa ,. 3,740
Mrs. W. W. Wescott Puunene ' 3,445
Mrs. Henry E. Abbey Anahola 3,345
on ihe Mrs. Wra. Kruse wamawa ,ia
. - .1 II. I I 1-1... A V Until... . . Hflnnltllll J.U4U
i ujiiwi in im- ill inn in- i .uiiiii-ii. . iiu ,i.ia. .. iw.. , ...... ...... . . ....-..--..--
votrg fmm ihe other Islands nru check- Mrs. A-0. Curtis Kurttstown ofiit
cd as a live vote by the dalo of tho Crl!nft nf TrJrk Cnntnctinic
imsliiuirk of the mulling office. Oct JlClllUlllg VI 1 1 li V.UIIICDIUHU
your vo'ea In early and take no chanco . , " s
.. i ..... . niSTRir.T NO. 1.
in llilviuK im-iil iiinnu mil un iiuuuiiui. . , Z. .7 n , . .n. ovn
of expiration. Miss AiiRie Pancelinan. Palm Cafe. .Honolulu ,.131.800
Also remember that when cnlllnglMiss wary wcuaue, jvapioiaui ui- ,
lloine Honoituu iu,uu-j
for votes on subscriptions, jou must
state for whom tho vote Is to be
made out. The namo must be writ
ten on the subscription ballot be
fore It leaves this office.
Subscribers sending in subscnu-
tions to the Bulletin must al
ways mention the names of the con
testants they wisn 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. I
Every subscription navnicnt 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 a chap
erone contestant. An equal number
of votes, as given in the standing
vote schedule, are issued for each
Tri-weekly counts are beta" 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 of the l) ul let-in
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 nleo be issued on
paid subscriptions to the Even
ing and Weekly I! u 1 1 o 1 1 n In
proportion to the length of 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 forover
more, so far as this contest is con
cerned. The nominations are not
closed, and will not bo until tlie end
of the contest. You could, if you'
wish, nominate a candidate on the
Miss Emma Sasaki. 1457 Auld Lane. Honolulu 85,022
Miss' Mary Johnson, Johnson Sana-
torium Honolulu 79,734
Miss Rebecca Macy Waialua 30,650
Miss Naomi Lazarus Pearl City ...., 9,675
Miss Honey Voss Honolulu , 3,840
Miss Lucy Kopa, 015 Prospect St. . .Hoonlulu 323B
Miss Emma French, Sachs Honolulu 3.170
Miss Malia Sakuma, Oregon Block. .Honolulu 3,040
Miss Lucy X. Barber Honolulu .
Miss Hose Amia Honolulu .'. 3,030
Miss Mary Bias Honolulu 3,014
DISTRICT NO. 55.
Miss Emma Akamu Kilo o.uiw
Miss Mary K. Keawehano Hilo 4,317
Miss Queeiue Scharratt, ftamueia. . juuo , "
Miss Alice Hattie. Kohala Hilo 4,003
Miss Louisa de Harne ,. Kohala 3,822
Miss Kathcrine Clark ..Kailua 3,710
Miss Helen Watson Hilo 3.3'J"
Miss L. Williams Hilo , o.axu
Miss Kuulei' Hapaii Hilo 3,291
Miss Isabella Koomoa, Keauhou. . . .North Kona 3,248
Miss Hattie Saffery v. .Hilo .." 3,127
Miss Annie Kai Keauhou 3,104
Miss Louisa Hapai .... .-r-. Hilo t 3,094
Mary H. Kawewehi Keauhou 3,080
Miss Mary Nailima Pahala 3,077
Miss Mary Arakawa Hilo 3,041
Miss Rose K. Nalima Hilo .. 3,032
Miss M. Hose Hilo , , 3,020
Miss Annie' AiuT Kailua ., 3,010
Miss'Myrtle Wise Hilo , 12.
BISTRICT NO. 3. . ,.
Miss Sarah Cockett Lahaina 10,110
Miss Mary Marciel Kahakuloa 6.65
Miss Scholtz. Circuit Court Wailuku , 4.383
Miss Mary Kaoo, Kaunakakai Molokai .. . .7. . . . 4,215
Miss Waiaholo Lahaina 4,114
BISTRICT NO. 4. K .
Miss Annabelle Mundon Kapaa 5,874
MissW.E.Holt Makaweli 4,200
Miss Alice Ai Lihue ..... , 4,180
Miss M. Kaminiai ..Waimea 4.100
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 Tuesday, April 20)
last day of tho contest.
THE DI8TRICTS ARE AS FOLLOWS
District No. 1 includes the-City and'
County of Honolulu. ..
District No. 2 Includes tbo County
District No. 3 Include tho County
District No. 4 Includes the County
Don't forget the candidates for
chaperone are candidates at-large.
You may tako tho trip any ttmo you
'choose, singly or In groups
VOTES ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL
LOWED AS FOLLOW8
Ono month's subscription to tho
(Evening Bulletin Old" sub-
Iscriptlon, 100 votes'; new subscrip
tion, 125 votes.
Three months' subscription to the
iKvonlng Bullotl n Old sub
I sc'rlptlon, 350 votes; now subscription
I 450 votes.
f Six months' subscription to the
lEvonlng Bulletin Old sub-
Iscrlntlon, 800 votes; now subscription.
One year's subscription to the
Evoning Bulletin Old sub-
1 scrlptlon, 2000 votes; new subscrlp
Hon, 2500 votes'.
rive jenrs' tuwcrlption to tho
Evoning Bulletl n Old sub-
ficrlpiion 15,000 voles; now subscrip
Ono year's .subscription to the
Weekly Bulletin Old snbscrl
Hon, 100 votes; new subscription, 125
tlvo years' subscription to the
Woekly Bulletin Old subscrip
tion, 1250 votes; new subscription,
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. WEEKLY BULLETIN IS
I AS FOLLOWS
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Thieo months' subscription tn the
Evening Bullotln, $2.00.,
Six months' subscription to tho
Evonlne Bullotln. $4.00.
Tvvolvo months' subscription to the
Evening llullotln, 18.00.
Five years' subscription to the
Evening Bullotln, $10.00.
One yenr's subscription to the
Woekl.y Bulletin, $1.00,
WAILUKU, Maul April I), One )t
the piettttHt werldlncta over'-eeen on
Maul took place n'""tho home of Mr
and Mrs. Samuel E, Taylor, on Satur
day evening, Ainll 2nd, when Mlsu
Uttlf P. Taylor niist unltil In mirrlogo
o Mr Elmer Ittw.cl II I von a of l'nlu
Promptly tit n quarter of eight to
the beautiful strains, nf Mendelssohn's
Wtddlug March played mi the planu
by Mrs. ll. A. Dubinin the
wedding i nrty mirchM on to
the rfpnclous lannl of the Taylor'
residence. Tim gioom was nccom-
l anted by his best man. Mr. Alfrel
S. Taylor a brother of tho brlde-to-
,be, followed by Itev. Cannon Ault
jeirered first then enmo the very
pretty bridesmaid, Miss Maybnllu
iI7. Taylor with the dilnty llltlo flown-,
gin .M)rtio i: Tuyior now arrayed in i
pink nnd looking lovely, Miss Maybello
earning a. bouquet of beautiful I.n
luinro roles andMyrtle a basket of
pi nk carnations and ninlijcnlmlr fern;
ntxt the ruald of honor gwned In n
beiiiitlfully embroidered white dresit
carrying n bouqun' of light pink rom-s
and inaldenhairTerti; t!en tho brldo
who looked very winsome and sweet
ill her beautiful white gown of liberty
satin, carrying n shower bouquet of
whlto roses, violets nnd malmlcnhalr
fern, entered on tho arm of her faOier.
Under an Immense wedding bell of
beautiful vvhllo carnations and forns
tho happy couple stood and were Join
ed together In holy wedlock. j
The lanal was certain')' a most benn-'
tlful picture. Under the artistic man
agement of Mrs. II, A. Baldwin the
placo was changed to n bower of
beauty. In the corner where tho
brldnl party stood vvero banked beau
tiful ferns with pIllarH of calla lilies''
and asparagus forn. Suspended from
the wedding bell were siroamcrs of
whlto tulle. Whlto" marguerites pi nit
carnations nnd roses with pink and
green lanterns were used nlso Im
mense baskets of mildenhalr fern'
were suspended from the celling. A
benutlful orchid huug over tho piano
and cnllns und palms were seen all
through tho room.
The dining room was very pretty
in, tho Mexican creeper ferns and tho
sideboard banked with pink blgonns.
Tho parlor was decorated In roses,
callas and maidenhair fern. Many
beautiful gifts were sent to tho joung
couple, Ono largo Ujblq was full of
beautiful silver, another of elegant cut
glass,' one of linen, ono 'of beautiful
china, whllo another had lovely gifts.
A number of pieces In brass, also two
One rugs and furniture wcro also seen,
showing the jopularlty of tho young
Owing to tho storywcnJhcr many of
tho. Invited guests were kept awny,
but' there was a goodly gathering to
wish the oung couple happiness nn'd
prosperl'y, Mrs. II. A. Baldwin favor
ed tho company with tlio spring song,
solo, piano and'grnidjaphono, and Mr.
Ault delighted everyone with two beau
Delicious refreshments: of Ice cream,
sherbet, cake and lemonade were
Bcrved, after which the floor was clear
ed for dancing ami a Jolly time was en
joyed by nil. "
Jn tho book presented to tho brldo
by Mr. Ault, nil signed their names.
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Cakes With Whipped Cream.
BETWEEN THE LAYERS OF LIGHT SPONGE AND LIB
ERALLY COVERED WITH CHOCOLATE HAVE CARE
FUL ATTENTION FROM OUR BAKERS.
HOTEL, NEAR UNION STREET
AMERICAN SCULPTOR ' i
Bernard's "Life ofMlumanity" the
Sensation of Paris.
PAIU8, Manh 15. America U
expected to furnish the sensntlon of
the spring salon In two groups of
figures roprebeutlng the ''Life of Hu
manity." which have been designed
Thohappy couple wcro simply shower-1 f(,r n,0 portnls of the Pennsylvania
en wiin nco ami ir goon wisnes win states cnpltol by Oeorgo Grey llcr-
holp them, they certainly received nmd. tho American sculptor.
them. The benutlful bell was inadol
by Mrs. Edwin l'arls of Honolulu, 'nnd I
niu ii'Jiniui-'in uy Airiv ii. n. jiumwiu
and Mrs, Paris.
The groups, which consist of 35
figures from 10 to 11 feet high, nre
the most massive In the world.
Iloucher and I.efebre, the noted
Trench sculptors, who are members
of tho Jury, nfter a few hours' ex
amination today, pronounced tho
work a wonderful success.
Iloucher declared that they would
take rank with tbo greatest works
or art In the world and that It would
be necessary to go back to tho Orcek
sculptors to find such mastery or
treatment. Until declared that the
groups would have the positional
honor at the salon.
The Hnoulu and Hnnla I.uhul Society)
will hold Its regular monthly meeting
Wednesday morning at 10 a. m. at tho
Kaplnlunl Maternity Homo. All mem
bers aro requested to attend.
tt u ii:ttitii!8i) it n u t:
Five years' subscription to the
Weekly Dull o tin, 15.00. ,
Address all inquiries to
MANAGER, CONTEST DEPT.,
Honolulu. T. H.
James B. McSwanson is in charge
of the contest.
Office Hours 11 a, in. to 1 p. m.;
3:30 p. m. to 4:30 p. m. ' i
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