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STANDING OF CONTESTANTS
Standing of Chaperone Contestants
Mn. Helen , Siemson .. ft ......... Hilo
Mrs. W. G.vMoore .... ...... i... Honolulu
Mrs. Beggst Puunene Hospital . ,.Puunene
Mrs. Zeave; Sachs' .............. Honolulu
Mrs. Henry Blake , . , Koloa . .
Mrs. Ed, Daniels' v' . Lahaina
Mrs. J. K. Notlefi'jjflfl Xnkui St. . . Honolulu . . . , 4,440
Krs. Carrie Soharratt; Kallua ....Waimea ..,.,... ... 4.147
Mrs. .Bessid .Clinton
. . . Honokaa
Mrs. W. W: WetfottTi. . )-.. ,'Puunene ' .
Mrs. Henry E.'Abber .-; Anahola ....
Mrs. Wm. Erase ,: Wahiawa
Mrs. A.j.Ki Notley A. Honolulu .........
, lanaing cr i rip tontestants ,
DISTRICT NO. 1. v , '" 'J' '
Miss Mary McCabe, Eapiolani Ma t
ternity Home Honolulu J 181,132
Mijs Anglo Pangelinan, Palm Cafe. .Honolulu 132,620
Miss Emma Sasaki. 1457 Auld lane . Honolulu . .. t. . .. . 103.697
Miss Mars Johnson, Johnson Sana-
'torium.' .i..,;f,. ,"...,,, Honolulu v- 82,052
Miss Rebecca. Macy Waialua 40,892
Miss Na6mi Lazarus ....Pearl City 9,675
Miss Honey Voss Honolulu 3,840
Miss Lucy Kopa, 915 Prospect St. ..Hoonlulu 3,238
Miss Eramn French, .Sachs' Honolulu 3,178
Miss Italia Sakuma, Oregon Block. .Honolulu . . .. 3,040
Miss Lucy K. Barber Honolulu' 3,042
Miss Rose Amia Honolulu 3,030
Miss Mary Bias Honolulu 3.014
. DISTRICT NO. 2.
Miss Emma.'Akamttov Hilo ... 9,685
Miss Mary K.'vKeaw?hano ...Hilo 4,317
Miss Queenie Scharratt. Kamuela. .Hilo 4,233
Miss Alice Hattie. Kohala Hilo' . . . - 4 008
Miss Louisa deHarne , .Kohala 3 822
Jfi" S,16 CUrk ' ' Ka,lua I 3.710
Miss Helen Watson Hilo ...... .'.. 3,390
Miss 1. Williams Hilo 3342
Miss Knulei Hapaii .....,. .....Hilo , 3,291
Miss Isabella Koomoa, Keauh'ou. . . .North Kona 3,248
Miss Hattie Saffery i.. Hilo ,..'... 3127
Miss Annie Kai ,-.' i,...Keauhou 3,'l04
Miss Louisa Hapai , Hilo...f , 3,094
Mary H. Kawewehl v Keanhnn a.nftn
Miss Mary Nailima ........ Pahala 3,077
Miss Mary Arakawa Hilo 1 3041
Miss Rose K. Nalima v...Hilo 3l032
Turl TUT IT... mi '..
1H.IO Uk. .LUBC ....... .11110 ....
Miss Annie Aiu KaUua . .
Miss Myrtle Wise . . . Hilo' . . . .
DISTRICT NO.. 3.
Miss Sarah Cockett Lahaina .
Miss Mary Marciel . , . . .Kahaknloa
Miss Scholtz. Circuit Court ....... Wailuku ,
Mist Mary Eaoo, Kaunakakai t Molokai .
Miss Waiahdo., ........ Lahaina ..... 4.1W
.DISTRICT NO. 4. , , , T
Miss Annabelle jpindon ...... Eaptia 8,388
Miss Alice Al ....,.'... Lihue , 4,180
Miss M. Kanunial ,., .....Waimea 4.100'
With.Biddies And Chicks
(By J. R. Farrington.)
Gulnea.Fowl. i i2 h m. rjnlieail oats, crushed a lit-
Peoplo who' desire, to combine the tlo finer than It Is when bought. Fifth
esthetic and practical" In their country ' feed, 5 p. m. Liver .that lias beert half-
tinmnn ctmnl.l at.li . ..!.. r.., i ' .. .... ..
uonou, cracKcu wncai ami corn, equal
ON CHIYO MARU
Shlgenorl Katogl, one of the pas
sengers4 who arrived last night from
Japan on the' Cblyo Maru, Ig a well
known electrician In. Japan. Ho
and wet fi trio nrst bIcd 'to Pneumo-
Is presfclent of the Toklo Electric nla. Take Perry Davis1 Painkiller and
lluslness Guild "nnrt a prominent' the dancer is averted. Uneauilod for
colds, sore throat, quinsy. ?5o, 35c, and
BOc, . '
member of the Toklo Chamber, of
Mr. Katogl la. a' brother of Dr.
Katsunuma of the local immigration
station, vlio went out In a launch
to meet him. During- his abaenco In pork chops. Loulsvllo. Courler
from Japan, Katogl, who Is .travel-' Journal ,.
homes Bhould Eel white nulnen-rnwl
They nro really pretty birds, nnd as
tbey do notoscralch, lko chickens,
may no qitowecl to run on thrf lawn,
where llfcy will gather much of their
food, and at iho same time 'demolish
plant cnemlswhlch causo gardeners
so much nnxlcty. I
'Althoughrfshy and suspicious ot
stranger's, thby readily jjcld to coax
ing, and their 'confidence onco gained,
beenmn rri(nllV ntlrl ftAVn.n.1 nnt
Igudrd the plhck, like a dog. As to
tho set of'te bird about the only way
to tell Is By their cackle, tho fomale
going cut-a-rack and the mala never
Immltatln'ij! this nt all.
All the foo'dUhould bo eut qti(to
small, orthe guineas will not eat It.
They must hnyo a constant supply of
sharp grit and fresh water. As a mar
ket commodity Ulity havo been grow-
I Ing In favor fo?he last five years,
taking the place of game during tho
. As they aro secretlvo .about laying,
It Is often hard to flptl their nests.
Tho isuat spot selected Is a hollow In
tho ground, Jicar a tree or fence-post
well screened by brush. When tho
nest can not be found look around for
tho male, for he usually stands guard
a short distance off. Do not attempt
to approach It while tho guineas nro
near, do away, nnd return later with
a long-handled spoon. Ltok sharply,
for tlio eggs aro almost the color of the
earth, 'and often covered with fallen
leaves. Do ,not touch tho nest.
Guineas qcem ablo to scent the hu
man hind; they can also count up to
three. For that reason leave that
number of eggs In tho nest, and re
move tho others with tho spoon.
Whert you have fifteen .eggs, got n
box n, foot squaro, Jurn It on tho sjdc,
and across tho bottom of ihe open
front nail a slat, hohlnd which placo
a nest of soft hny. Stand this nest
tbqx Inside at ono end of another
i)6xj; two and a half feet ong, with
sides a foot, or more. deep. Mako a
cover of wlro, netting for tho large
box. to open llko n Hd. Scatter' sand
on tho floor, and nail up a small drink
ing pan In one. corner. This Is a safe,
rat-proof .coop. Anotfter motlvo for
tho outer box Is that baby guineas
aro so little, so. wild and so easily
frightened that unless. confined they
aro likely to leave' the nest as soon
as hatched, get lorft. and die. ,
It takes' twenty-nvq or twenty-six
days, to Incubatp gulcna eggs. The
brood coop to be used thoflrst two
weekr should be on tho samo prin
ciple as the nest-boxes, and oven
when the chicks are on tho grass run,
cracks and crevices In 'or around tho
sides must bo avoided, for tho mites
can squeezo through the smallest
spaces. If some knot-holo or some
depression In tho ground has escaped
ypur .villgcnco and a baby does stray
off go. about two or three yards away,
VhB rMi cftmniimer mwm... ..! nnd Tonialn perfectly still. Do not bo
ing with the Asahl party, expects
to visit all the Important olcctrlcnl
departments In the big cities ot .the
States and In Europe.
EXPOSURE TO COLD
parts. ThoBo bills of fare can bo
varied with pot-chcoso, custard, chop
ped with milk, hard-boiled eggs; but
every day thoy must have meat moro
than chicks need and pepper, or mus
tard seed. Feed. In soft wood, Keep n
small pan of powdered charcoal and
sand In tho run, nnd, of, course, water
In n drinking fountain (hat will allow
only tno beak to, got wet.
ST. LOUIS, Mo., March 28. Mrs.
John Osborno ot Clayton has Joined
tho ranks ot the foes of high prices
ns tho woman egg' trust buster.
V After eight years' research, sho says
she originated a' breed of chickens
guaranteed to produce eggs every day
In tho -enr. Tho only troublo with
the new variety Is (hat tho hens arc
so busy laying eggs they forget to sot
and pcrpotiiAte their' breed. TJiey nre
a mixture, of lthodo Island Hods, White
Leghorns and Andaluslans.
"Talk about yoOr'egg machines here
In Missouri, tho realm of the queen
of the barn yeard," said Mrs1. Osborno.
"They sink Into oblivion In compari
son (o the new Osborne. They are
the peers of 'the pduiniy' family ns egg
producers. Jhcy have bad no tlmo
to go to ponlTvy shows nnd havo their
too halls manicured; feathers powder
ed, nnd tlielrj. combs bathed. In. vine-;
gar to enhanco their beauty. They
lay eggs every day whether they have
prlio ribbons fluttering from, their
coops or not."
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. Feather Eating. ' - t
I Fowls sometimes pluck feathers I " SjSi:S&&ArlltiiA'i
from themselves mid other fowl. This ft SySfSJScwCV !
Is often caused by 'too close conftiio- '""f , !Z " SfM&QSr' '
ment, presenco of Insects nnd 'Improp- Ift.O " '"iSSwSl'ftivSfSWS f
cr feeding. When some of tho fowl Pvl, ,' jfd): RfPXJS&vSlSffOSVKn? U-t '
of the Hock have formed that habit ;' -Mci-'MkSim(U
slightly, a wide range with a chango of SU;' p MmmrSBmk iMWMfimnfflKmfflMmfiml' '
wmmbmMmmmwMm K I
It lsno trick to hatch chickens, but f IlisisBMIisisisHJ' -!i'
V 'aLBaBISISISISISAlkk. 9
I'nnlmal food, nnd frevdnm from InsecT
pest will usually' correct the ovll. If
,tho hnblt.ls well formed and trouble
some It may necessitate killing the
' ncglnncm usually do not get tha
' VOrV I..U. Al.tfllll.lU l... B.n., 1.. ...I.I.
,,... j m.-t .iiiiviiq, y.ik OIU1L III Willi.
a scrutiny urecu. vou can get n Bcruu
hen for'llttlo or nothing, nnd which'
twin probably mnke a good mother.
bet , her on some eggs from some
good,, stropg nnd sturdy scrub hens.
Often'flcoplp talk of their futuro
profit with poultry and nro often bit
terly disappointed. If you doy not
1 know much, nbout the biwlncss yon
I had better take up scrub cMckcnS to
'learn how to take rare of them.
1 When you know how to handle "fowl
I then get nlco fancy fowl If you want
I "Do not count your chickens before
SPniNQFIELD, Ohio,- March 28.
.Mrs. James Creamer, who has had
great success with her poultry, docs
not hesitate to say that she charmed
her hens Into laying with music.
Somb rmo told her Oint chickens
were fond of music, nnd sho decided
to Investigate. With the kitchen door
open so her fowls could plainly hear
sho played tho piano tho major portion
u. vna nay tor ineir uencui. to her
surprlso tho next day sho got- six
more eggs than had been her dally
allotment since, tho cold weather mado
She was so pleased with tho result
that sho kept, up playing tho piano
until at tho present' time practically
all of her hens are laying.
You can not ralao-flne rosters nnd
let a number of them run together.
Their ''Irish blood"' lart them inakea
them want to 'fight with' each other.
They Will not allow ono another to eat
It they can stop It.
-Any ono who has an Incubator does
not care to havo broody hens around
tho placo, but rather prefers to havo
them kept busy laying eggs, for their
servlco ns layers Is moro appreciated
than setters. Various methods nre
used to break tho hen of her desire
to sit. Ono of tho easiest and most
iiih rem compliment nqwaaays is , ,,' . --. y : , : . i . . " """
to sny that she Is worth her weight" I.mpatl!ntJ ll ""V tcn ralnu,es be- convenient wnys is to build a coop of
. w jyx ivt mi j vitiiif,. a iitss, u 11 1 vna in vi 1111 mm nuico uiiu 110 U rVi'o
an jnupo is over yon wm near a piami-iiu mo lop 01 inia. rut tho hen In
lo little, n rr I1A . ....! tt ' .! - l a. . -. Zl ia ...
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Fill in name and district of your favorite .candidate
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, (Not Good After Friday, April. 29) t
tvo llttlo cry. Do not moyo until it
has, been repeated three or four times,
and you aro quite sure where It comes
from. Then make, a sudden diva and
secure tho. truant, which Is usually un
der a tuft of gross or In .Romo llttlo
hole. If , you move aboutwhllo hunt
ing, for him, there will not bo a sound,
and 'you' may hunt all day with llttlo
Olvo no food fpr tho first twenty
four .hours; afterward, the dally bill
of .fare should bo as follows:
First feed, 7 n. m. Crushed hemp
seed, half a cup; stale bread crumbs,
halt a cup; moisten with raw eggs.
Second, feed, 9 n. m. Mlllct-seed.
Third feed, 11:30 a. m. Chopped on
ion tops, halt d cup ot corn meal that
has been steamed for chicks, bait a
teaspoonful ot crushed mustard seed,
mixed and fed In crumbs.. Fourth feed.
this and hanaf It wcfl off tho ground.
nnd when the hen starts to move
around tho coop will movo also. This,
will rattlo tho hen and sho will not
want to set any moro.
Tho Interior of a poultry houso'
should bo whitewashed about every
tnreoimonths. This will aid very much
In tho killing of llco. etc. When you
nro mnklng tho whitewash add n fow
drops of carbolic acid, which will kill
tho bugs In tho house.
Fut llco out of business. If you do
not, tney will put you out of busf.
It la claimed that eggs can bo kopt
strictly fresh In hot weather for ono
week, and 'a good-deal longer tlmo In I
It ls.no trick to hatch chickens, but
It Is very" much of a ono to rnlsd
Issues Proclamation to Chinese ii
America to Answer- .'11 Ques
tions of Census r.i s.ators.
For the purpose of in. Ing tho
Federal Government In .italnlug
the forthcoming census 'and in order
to allay the alarm of thoao residents
ot Chinatown who have heard rum
ors to the effect that the enumera
tion Ig being taken for the purpose
optaxation or for examining certifi
cates of rcsldenco, Li Yung Yew.
Chinese Consul-Ocncral nt San Fran
cisco has Issued the following pro
clamation for tho Information of. all
Chinese residents there nnd the same
will stand good for 'these Islands.
The proclamation says, In part:
.Instructions have been received
from his excellency Chang, J Us Im
perial Majesty's Envoy Extraordin
ary and Minister, Plenipotentiary, to
tbe effect thnt the taking ot the
forthcoming census being merely for
the purposo of ascertaining tho po
pulation of this country nncl having
no connection In any way 'with the
Imposing of taxes or tho examina
tion of certificates by thecustoms
authorities of tho Treasury Depart
ment, nnd for fear thnt our country
men may not understand tho pur
pose nnd may make trouble through
a mistaken notion of the whole pro
ceeding, tho Consul-General at Snn
Francisco nnd tho Consul at New!
York ehalj publish and mnke known
to all Chlncsercstdlng in every part
ot tho United States that our coun
trymen have no causo for ausplcl'ou
of, alarm but, as soon as the enum
erators shall present, themselves they
should answer tho questions put to
tliem without evasion or reservation.
In order not to Incur tho pcualty ot
"Dated tisuan, Tung (new Empor-1
qr), secpnd year, first moon, nnd
sealed with our respective seaU of
S ' r
When Daby was sick, wo gave her
When, sho was a Child, sho cried foi
When sho becamo Miss, she clung to
When she had Children, she gave them
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T asts indefinitely. The first-fohWcylinder locomobile of
M 1002 is still running witb7 the original elements of
the car still in place. ' ,
T? mbodies the advantages' .resulting from eleven years'
- manufacturing experience. ! A permanently Safe, Re
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