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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 15, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 10, Image 10',
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r.vnNiNQ niu.urriN, honomimi, t. it., rritnw, rrt. 35, 1010.
FIRST NIGHT OF
NO CHANGE IN LEADERSHIP
Standing of Chaperons Contestants
Mrs. Helen Sicrason . ., Hilo'...
Mrs. W. C. Moore Honolulu
1U19. W. VI. AUUVtc wiiuiuiu
MANY VOTES ARE POLLED Z: K: SX.lT!.::::8!S!3i
BUT TRIP SEEKERS
HOLD THEIR OWN
rrcim llio counl of otes made last office by 4 o'clock of
niciit ii win in. noeii Hint thcro lias count is made.
Uvn no changing of -positions, nl- Hac(0t1reo,l8St?1eod-
Ihouah n fairly good to was illcd. wl COInu a Ltllvun which, when.
The leader still hold the positions ,.,,,,. mici out w, Bmle the
occupied nt lust count ,,o)(lur t() voteg of Ul(J numbcr Bpeej.
Thrii of the trio contestants nro .,.. . ...i ...... I
------ iiuu. ijiia iiuiuuer m ury iiuin
well out the hundred thousand mark day ,( ()ay No at,VIU1C0 nnnounre
nnd Mill KOltK some flieso leaders ,nelt f t,l0 IIUlnbcr of voteg wl be
mo cloreiy ronoveii iiy omers im
Mrs. Henry Blake
Mrs. Ed, Daniels
Mrs. J. K. Notley. 2C3 Kukui St.,
V- f!rrip RrTinrrfltt. ITtiiltin ...
I Mrs! BcsSie Clinton
the day the Mrs. W. W. Wescott
Mrs. Henry E. Abbey
I Mrs. Wm. Kruse , . . .
Hul Ut In Mrs. A. K. Notley
. Waimea ,
Standing Gf Trip Contestants
DISTRICT NO. 1.
Miss Mary MtCabe, Kapiolani Ma
Vote will also be Issued on i Miss Angle Pangclinnn Palm Cafe.
... .,., ......... .., -." - Kiveu.' voteg win also be issued on i"'" " ,r,:j-V,,. J; i, ;;';,
av nothing but when they appear tt .,..,., ....., ..,., ... ,,,.. . I Miss Einmn Saaki. 1457 Aula Lane. Honolulu 103,007
at... ft. .11 t I .4tl m I A ft. . rik.ftAll ' If. lfa TnLhaAH T AhM AM Cn M A
lliu ll III I villi uiui-e nun u niiian I nj Woekly 11 U 1 1 e t I n In I 1S iuury .lumisuii, numisvm gouo-
uuiicii ..i ,iiin uic.c .. ..... ... mom)rton l0 ,)l0 enKth of time ... ""'""'
their viv that mean something. llmch gubM.r,pons nro uaj , nc. Miss Rebecca Macy
ll'lm. flit.. rr,.tt.e! nlnrlml n fntt- ... f,.a Nanmi Tniann
When thin contest started n few
cordnnce with the schedule appear-
Miss Naomi Lazarus Pearl City 0,075
weeks ago the Contest ManaKur told ,.,.. ,...,... 'Miss Honev Voss Honolulu 3,840
j ou that the race u not to the swiri. ...' Vn. P,... Miss Lucy Kopa, 015 Prospect St. . .Hoonlulu 3,238
but to the persistent. That w as true Nominat.on, Closed. ,n ,, Emma French. Sachs' ......Honolulu 3,170
at the time, for It seemed Ioub lace. tll noraltm,iun3 are clwed for0Ver-1 Ms Ilnlia Sakuma, Oregon Block. .Honolulu 3,040
nut the race is Bett Ins shorter eu-ry f(J faf ng ,h g con. Miss Lucy K. Barber Honolulu 3,042
,ia). roninowoiiltwlllicnsi.rlnt cerned The nomlnatlons nre not Miss Rose Amia Hono u u 3,030
niMl the joutiK lady who docs not com, and w not b(J untl, tho en(1 Miss Mary Dias Honolulu 3,014
"n'i''i;'"r ' of tho contest. You could, If jou I. uiaiiuui u. .
n distance run will fall Bhort of reach-, ..... BnllllllM rn,,,,ii nn th'Mm Emma Akamu Hilo 9,085
............... .. ..H.UH.u WH - l. K. W . ( . 1.f
liiB the tape.
There nie still thousands of uitct
to couio In and when they do. look
Milt for the changes. The trip ton-
last day of the contest.
Miss Mary K. Keawehano Hilo 4,317
Miss Qucenlc Scnarratt. Kamueia. .Hilo i,zm
the districts ariT as FOLLOWS Miss Alice Hattic. Kohala ...Hilo 4,000
, I Miss Louisa de Harne '. . .Kohala 3,822
'I Miss Katherine ClarTc Kailua 3.710
H....I.! ti.. -- .. i-it... i iiii33 xjuuibu uc xiuiiic Jtuiiaiu . UiU
testants are playl..K the B.me for " countvof flmiolu u 'Miss Katherine ClarTc Kailua 3,710
It Is worth, and It Is worth a Kreat , mTlet No. 2 includes tte County 'Miss Helen Watson Hilo 3,390
deal when one stops to think what 0f Hawaii i Miss L. Williams Hilo ...- 3,342
the prize is to he for all the hard i District No. 3 Includes tho County I Miss Kuulei Hapaii ....Hilo 3,291
work they have done. of Maul. Miss Isabella Koomoa, Keauhou. . . .North Kona 3,248
Mrs. A. O. Curtis, In tho chaperono District No. 4 Includes tho County Miss Hattie Saffcrv Hilo . 3127
....i............m--.nPLrn..nl . -. . . - '
usi caiieu ni me iiu ue mi omce to-, ".""". . .. Miss Annie Kai Keauhou
. "? 1 'or.fl" .'"A, "?'d.V" ,or Mis, Louisa Hami Hilo
You may take tho trip any tiruo you I Mary H. Kawewehi Keauhou ? ; . . .3,080
cIioobo, singly or in groups i Miss Mary Nailuna Pahala ..". 3,077
. if: ir.M ium ttii qnji
VOTES ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL.,"" ' J'".V ii"u
lowed as follows i Miss Kose it. nanma Hilo
One month's subscription to tho Miss M. Hose Hilo
Evonlng Dulletl u Old stitH, Miss Annie Aiu Kailua
scrlptlon, 100 votes; new subitcrlp-iMiss Myrtle Wise Hilo
day and requested that her name bo
withdrawn as she was absent from
the Islands when her name was en
tered, and says she Is shortly going
nwny again and thanks all who consld
ercd her Interests In the contest
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 Ions: 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 a chap
crone contestant. An equal nnmber
of votes, as given in the standing
vote schedule, are issued for each
Tri-weekly counts are bcin" 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
tlon, 125 iotes.
Three months' subscription to the
livening Dullotl n Old sub
kcrlptlon. 350 voles; new subscription
Six months' subscription to the
Evening Ilulle t in Old sub
scription, 800 votes; now subscription
One year's subscription to the
Evening D u 1 1 o 1 1 n Old sub
scription, 2000 votes; new subscrip
tion, 2500 votes.
Five sears' subscription to the
Evening Dullotl n Old sub
scription 15.000 otcB; new subscrip
Ono year's subscription to tho
Woekly Bulletin Old subscrip
tion, 100 votes; new subscription, 125
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 Friday, April 29)
DISTRICT NO. 3.
Miss Sarah Cockett Lahaina 10,189
Mis3 Mary Marciel Kahakuloa 5.G33
Miss Scholtz. Circuit Court Wailuku 4.383
Miss Mary Kaoo, Kaunakakai Molokai 4,215
Miss Waiaholo Lahaina 4,114
DISTRICT NO. 4.
Miss Annabelle Mundon Kapaa 8,388
Miss Alice Ai t..Lihue 4,180
Miss M. Kaouniai Waimea . 4.100
Of the many excellent produ tlon?
that hne been presented to the Ho-
i nolulu pilbllc by tho Mcltae com
pany, "David Ilaiuin," ns presented
last night fur the first time In this
city, was by far the best of them
Tho fact that so many people nre
familiar with thu charming uovol
of tho snino name, nl:d from which
the piny was taken, milled an Inter
est, Sllll, tho production without
n knowiudgo of the book would bo
full of Interest to nli)one who Is
fond of n well-acted production
tnkpn from life.
I Atlur Mctlue certainly did him
self proud last night In the leading
character of David Ilnrum. lie so
well fitted the part Unit readers of
the book" hiid pictured David to he
In their mind's eye. , ,
All in the cast did remnrknbly
well, and It Is to be icgretted thut
tho play is only to bo given tonight
mid tomorrow night. There will,
however, be n mntlnee on Saturday,
and ,n finer piece for an afternoon's
cntertninment could not huvo been
picked out of the whole list,
it was quite t.oticeible that Mr.
Webb, In tho production ,of lait
night, was a decided Improtemonr
over his first appearance here, and,
as was predicted, will display nbl!-
ity that he has not previously been
credited with. Ills work last night
clearly showed that he had sort of
"got used to things" and from now
on will become a favorite.
The cast follows;
David Ilartim Danker nnd Horse
Trader of Homovllle, N. Y....
! Henry Mcltae
John I.enox A Hero In Heduced
CircuniBtnnces Geo. Webb
General Wolsoy A Now York
Lawyer .... Sherman llalnbrldge
diet Tlmson Clork to David
Hnmm Qrimth Wray
Dick Larrnbee Factotum to Da
vid ltarum Louis Morrison
Zeke Swlnney A Usurer of Home-
vllle Ivan Mlllor
Amos Elright Landlord of Eagle
Tavern James Dillon
Dug Robinson Drives tho Darge
to tho Stntlon J, Irvlns
Peleg Hopkins Hoy In David's
Hank Henry Alexnnder
1)111 Moutalg A Homeville Tough
Deacon Perkins Clins. Itoyal
M.lry make -Ward of General
Wolsey Laura Hudson
Aunt Folly lllxbee Sister of Da
vid Ilahim Loulso Melrosi
Widow Cullom Who Has Scon
Hotter Days Edith Elliott
Fh o years' subscription to the KgK5tHK3S5?S5iKgjiKRr'
Woekly n n 1 1 o 1 1 n Old subscrl- . K
tlon, 1250 totes; now subscription, 'm flPPnP ITIflllO M
2000 vo,cs. Kr .(rA NN
M aiuusiuiiBuiiw K
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AMD
WEEKLY BULLETIN 18
One month's subscription to the
v o n 1 n g D u 1 1 c 1 1 n, 75 cents.
Thrcn montlib' subscription to tho
Evening 1) u 1 1 o 1 1 n, S2.00.
Six months' subscription to tho
Evening Gulletln $4.00,
Twelve months' subscription to tho
Evening. I ulletln JS.0C.
Fivo years' subscription to the
Evening Bulletin. $40.00.
One year's subscription to the
Weekly Bulletin. J1.00.
Five years' subscription to the
Weolcly B vile tin. $5.00.
Address all inquiries to
MANAGER, CONTEST DEPT.,
Honolulu, T. H.
Tames B. McSwanson is in charge
of the contest.
Office Hours 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.;
3:30 p. m.'to 4:30 p. m.
A picture that brings out all of
tho splendor of the Far East is to be
shown tonight nt tho Park. "The
Marriage of the Nephew of the Ma
harajah of Tajhore" is the title, nnd
it will interest Indies for tho dis
play of gowns nnd the customs of
; the country shown In this film,
which is colored so that all of. the
natural features uro brought out.
There will he tho usual week-end
wild and woolly Western picture
that will stir the souls of the small
bo)s. The Melnotte Sisters uro do
ing better than ever, thanks to tho
fact that Sonny Cunha arranges tho
orchestration of their songs- nnd
plnjs the accompaniments.
gyBULLETIN ADS PAY-rg
The developed waterpower of tho
country Is reported to bo 5,357,000
horsepower, turning 52,827 water
wheels. Since 1820, tho earliest rec
ord, over 26,000,000 immigrants have
come to this country, averaging over
a million n year for tho years 1905,
1906, 1907, The nation's wealth has
Increased from $7,000,000,000 in 1850
to $120,000,000,000 In 1909. Tho new
census of this je.ir will set forth still
moro striking fnctR regarding tho na
tion's growth, nnd will no doubt In
duce u s'Ul wider Rtudy of this coun
try by the people who Inhabit It.
t: :t :::tttti:tn n iisnti :: st n n
Thaca ItWIn ilstisam lintr. mnitn irnArl
and If they responded to all the en-
cores there would bo no time for
the films. New Alms go on tonight
and new songs Monday. ,
Built by the Locomobile Co. of
America, Bridgeport, Conn.
The "30" Shaft Drive Locomobile Touring Car.
120 Inch Wheel Base. Four Speeds and Reverse.
Duns all day through long stretches of sand or mud
' without overheating.
T? xcels in the ability to make long, hard tours without
- titrable. GOES THERE AND GETS BACK.
T ike any high-class piece of machinery, it costs more,
-1-1 but is cheaper in the end.
T s built throughout in the Locomobile works, including
x , the Magneto and the Ignition Apparatus.
y xlcj are the strongest and safest possible to build:
no tubing in front, no brazing in rear.
"D uilt of the finest materials. Alloy steel for frames,
shafts, gears, steering mechanism. Locomobile forg
ings. Bronze instead of aluminum.
T asts indefinitely. The first' four-cylinder Locomobile of
--1 1002 is still running with the original elements of
the car still in place.
Tp mbodles the advantages resulting from eleven years'
-J manufacturing experience. A permanently Safe, Re
liable, Comfortable Car.
"30" SHAFT DRIVE "40" CHAIN DRIVE
rUkmUM Carria C- (S3
Agents for Hawaii
NEW HATS, Coast Styles
I02 Nnrmnn fit
There seems to bo no let-up to tho
popularity of the Earle SsterB.
Fanny Donovan, with her mono
logue nnd Irish tongs, Is drawln?
good houses. The mission net Is
getting better, nnd the "Yosemlto"
I film Is onu the public should not
fall to see. A mile of Passion Play
film is worth a visit.
1 Vote for Chaperonc Contestant
In Evening Bulletin Popular
(This coupon -is not good after Friday, April 29)
Fill in name of your favorite candidate and send to
the Bulletin Contest Department.
Special Sale of Pattern
FOR TWO WEEKS
Everything must be sold
- ; ? - ' ; ' ;y .
Beautiful New Shapes at less than cost Beautiful New Veils at less than cbist?, M
Beautiful New Tailored Hats at less than cost ' ' v. fA: -
DUNN'S HAT SHOP