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nvKNiNo nm.i.trriN. honomimj, t. ii movdxy. ,rn is, 1010.
FAIR VOTE SEEKERS
- WARMING TO WORK
Miss Pangelinan Now Leads
OUTSIDE DISTRICTS CANDIDATES
- ALL MAKE SUDDEN MOVES
Standing of Chaperon Contestants
y As predicted nt the list count of
oto lii this nil nbtorbiiig Cullfur-nla-Vucinllo
trip contest the lulfr
leljtid bouts liioiiclil In rrliirtiH from
tlic oilier ll mils mill iK'.irlj nil of
the citndlilnlis ixilkil olis Hint
tiiniln pood iiddltlous tn tliilr Klniiil
III!; totals In home liistutiics, csp"
cljllj HiiioiiK tlio tllp LOlitrstnnts,
tic mine town nl the hi-uil or the Hit
u.th qultn ir( IiUmI nliil mn poisllil)
Jtmkc tlio filth of thoso who holil
lie top line an to llii'lr fa in I oil so
cnrlt). Tlio count shows that there la no
change In the positions helil by the
Chnperoucs ulthotigh many polled
liea votes A chnnee maj lie look
ed for, howoer, by the next count.
In District 1. Miss lVitiRellnan.
ituplojed nt the I'nlm Cafe, steps Ini
to the first place unco more, closely
follow oil by Miss McCabe. who hcKi
Hint em led position for two previ
ous lounts. Miss SasaKI and Miss
Johnson, both show b tlio iiuncli of
Miles cast that the) are bidders for
the honor of having their names on
the first line Miss Mncy moved up
u falrl) good flRiirc anil n spurt on
her part would pluco her iuihiiir the
In District 2, Miss Aknniu mado n
Decided leap to (he good. Although
n the lead nt Inst count the result
od ny shons that she has Increased
hat lead by over six thousand votes,
still, many of those below her nlso
made moves up the line, nnd as the
old lady said "you can't alna)s some
times tell," what Is going to happen.
In District 3, Miss Cockett and
Mltu Mnrclel both moved up n few,
nnd Miss Mundon and Miss Alice At
In District- 4 both added to their to
tals. Indications point to n surprise
from these two districts in the near
The contest Is on the ' home
ftrctch" now and there will be some
llghtnlrg changes In positions that
Kill make a moving picture look
jllni. Nothing, In the way of heavy
(lolling will surprise the contest
manager for he is in a position to
Know that man) votes are being
held back, but there uro certainly
surprises In store for some of the
The holding back of votes Is tho
privilege of all contestants still tho
iontcst manager wants to tell ou
till n story of what actually happen
ed a number of dajs ago.
A gentleman mmo Into the Mul
let In oITlto nnd said lip desired to
Mihyrllie ror the, II ii I I o 1 1 n lie
paid for six months lie niked If he
might vo on the touH'sf now g-ilng
on and was Informed that lie ccrtiilul)
was entitled tn 'do mi lie wits nsk
ci for whom he wished In vole lie
replied that he was almost a strang
er lu the clt) and did not know any
of the (iindldatcs who were working
for tho Callfornl.i-Voscmlla trip nnd
It wuh Inminterlal to him who re
culvul the votes allowed on his sub
scription. "Lets see tho InBt list
said he. It wns handed to hint. Ho
glnnied over It n second nnd then
sild, "That first one there must lie n
hustler, make out the votes to her."
It was done and that chink lady
wob a thousand votes to the good.
with no effort on her part except
that she stood at the head of the
list. It Is possible that there were
others below her on the list who
could have held the first vdnco b)
"unloading" some of tho votes they
have lu their sinking fund, but tho
had not done so nnd tho top notcher
got tho benefit.
There Is n lesson to bo lenrned
from the above, but suit ourselves
a bunt depositing jour votes
Helen Sicmson Kilo ,. ...
W. 0. Moore Honolulu
Beggs, Vntinenc Hospital . ...Puuncnc
Zcave, Sachs' Honolulu
Henry Blake Kolca
J. K. Kotlcy, 205 Kultui St
Carrie Scliarratt. Km In a .
W. W. Weseott ,
Hcnrv E. Abbey
Win, Kruse Wahiawa
A. K. Notlcy . . Honolulu
. 1'uunenc 3,445
Standing cf Trip Contestants
The llawalaif band will give A pub
lic concert nt Kmmi Hq'nic ot "30
this evening. Tin progrnm will be ou
March The Spoontimo Tllzer
Overture King's Lieutenant .... Till
O Kioto Ran Thnrsban
Selection Madamn Dultcrfly. . I'licclnl
Vecal-Mlawallnn souj..nr'. by llcigcr
Suite Uohemlan lliiino
Divine Redeemer . .., (lounod
Waltz Cecilia Pettier
The Star Spangled Ilnnncr.
A cablegrism wus received .Satur
day announcing the death In San
Kianclsco, of C. K, Williams, father
of II. II. Williams of this city. Tho
late Mr. Williams was at ono time ii
resident of Honolulu leaving' hero foi
Australia during the gold excitement,
Jitter returning to Honolulu nnd enter
ing extensively into tlio furnltute business.
New Athletic underwenr. TJ. V.
goods, new shirts and pajamas,
light weight and pretty colors.
flna lot of new suitings at Yco Chan
& Co.'s. King and Bethel street
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 Oood After Tuesday, May 3)
DISTRICT NO. 1.
Miss Angle Pangclinan, Palm Cafe. .Honolulu .
Miss Mary McCabe, Kapiolani Ma
ternity Home Honolulu .
Miss Emma Sasaki. 1457 Auld Lane. Honolulu .
Miss Mary Johnson, Johnson Sana
torium Honolulu .
Miss Rebecca Macy Waialua . .
Miss Naomi Lazarus Pearl City .
Miss Honey Voss Honolulu ..
Miss Lucy Kopa, 915 Prospect St. . .Hoonlulu . .
Miss Emma French, Sachs' Honolulu . .
Miss Malia Sakuma, Oregon Block. .Honolulu . .
Miss Lucy K. Barber Honolulu ..
Miss Rose Amia Honolulu ..
Miss Mary Dias Honolulu . .
DISTRICT NO. 2.
Miss Emma Akamu Hilo .4.. .
Miss Mary K. Keawchano Hilo
Miss Alice Hattie, Kohala Hilo
Miss Queenje Scharratt, Kamuela. .Hilo
Miss Helen Watson Hilo
Miss Louisa de Harnc Kohala .. .
Miss Katherine Clark Kailua . .
Miss Kuulei Hapaii Hilo
Miss Isabella Koomoa, Kcauhon.... North Kona
Miss Hattie Saffcry ... Hilo ...r..
Miss Annie Kai Keauhou . .
Miss Louisa Hapai Hilo
Mary H. Kawewehi Keauhou . .
Miss Mary Nailima Pahala
Misj Mary Arakawa Hilo
Miss Rose K. Nalima Hilo .'
Miss M. Hose Hilo
Miss Annie Aiu Kailua . . .
Miss Myrtle Wise Hilo
DISTRICT NO. 3.
Miss Sarah Cockett Lahaina -v. .
Miss Mary Marciel Kahakuloa .
Miss Scholtz. Circuit Court Wailuku '..
Miss Mary Kaoo, Kaunakakai Molokal ...
Miss Waiaholo -. Lahaina . . .
DISTRICT NO. 4.
Miss Annabelle Mundon Kapaa
Miss Alice Ai Lihuc .....
Miss M. Kanuniai Waimea ...
Every Member of the Family
WILL FIND USE FOR AN
EACH ONE CAN USE IT IN HIS OR HER OWN
ROOM, FOR IT CAN BE ATTACHED TO ANY LAMP
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
The Jcstets' So-lnl held on April
1st nt the home of Mr, nnd Mrs. II.
II. I'enliallow was ii decided Biicceis
says the Maul News of Saturday.
In splto of the vor Ihienlculng wea
ther neatly everybody In Wailuku
I wus their, nnd a lingo number from
lout of town enjnjcd the evening's
t The flint part of tho evening wns
occupied Willi tho fane Unit bore
"the slgiiin'uint 11110 Obstinacy."
which ii n Inundation of a (icrinun
pln of great popularity, tho English
title of wlikh Is "IhanK Heaven tho
Tiible is Hot." These winds iimifl
Into tho piny given the other night,
nnd upon Uicpo words nnd tho mi
willingness of tho women In tlio play
to s:i tlirtii Ihn whole plot hangs.
Dm Cute, llsq , In tlio person of
the negui servant ' tlcorgo" lirouglu
the Iiiiiiso down. The other servant,
"l.lrlc," Impersonated cxccodlngl)
we I b Mrs. C. M. Itobcrls, bail nil
lit) Res tires nnd nutlcs .mil Ihu pro-
' I or coloring of onu of the Lhtkeit of
Negresses. 8ho Kept ccrjolio
u-lnuglilng. The pnrt of "llobert
Austin" mid his tluro weeks brldo
wns admirably pi ij oil 1 Mr. and
Mrs. II. i:. llntlclle, who had the
longest tolo of tlio evening, anil
pleased everjono by their exception
ally good Impcisonatluus. A hearty
laugh was In order the minute thnt
"Mr. nnd Mrs, Kent" knocked nt
tho door and entered. "Mr. Kent"
was recognized as Mr. Leslie West,
and he wns well made up and took
his pnrt so comically that ho Kept
the nudlenco on tho giggle to the end
of the piny. Miss Turner nhvnjs
plajs her part well nnd stio was cer
tainly nt her best In the work of tlio
A post office. wiiR next in order
and a very good side show. Tho
post oco was under tho direction
of Mrs. Judge Klngsbtiiy and Miss
Towner, nnd all kinds of serious
letters and those of nnother nature
wcro sent und received through that
post office. Tho parcels, too, were
eagerly bought, and ninny a pur
chaser was we.l repaid for daring to
make a purchase on April Fool's
night. For an hour and a half the
post mistresses had nil they could
attend to In suppllng the Insistent
demnnd for more letters.
Mrs. Mackav was derldcdly clever
with her side show. Tho Immediate
shout that arose after tlio first party
had entered the dark room, nnd been
Initiated, was enough to keep a long
stnndlng lino at tho entrance. And
few Know until afterwards whnt
gruesome thing wus uctunlly pissed
to them In that mstcrlous way.
Coffee nnd sandwiches were serv
ed nt the end of tho evening's fun.
CASTOR I A
For Infants ind Children.
fiia Kind You Hava Always Bougul
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
Nw members hnvo been admitted
to tho Wailuku Union Church ns fol
lows: On Confession of rulth Or
lando John Whitehead On Reaffirm-
atlon of I'nltli Samuel Kelllnol, foi-
merly u member or tho draco I'rcsbj
tcrlan Church, Oswego, N. Y.j Jack
Illvcrs. formerly n membor of tho First
Baptist Chtirih, Hudson, N. Y. Fly
Letter Daniel Webster Himlian,
from tho Hrst Molhodlst Church, San
loso, California; Bcldeti Illngham
Klngsbtirg, from tho Central Union
Kaluliikcn Schultz, from tho Kn
walahao Clilreh, Honolulu. Mrs.
Hcnee Virginia Speck Whltehaid,
from tho Tlrbt Methodist Church, Honolulu.
Three Japanese had a liuggv smash
up out on the Niiitauu road otstvriluy.
Ono of tho men had his arm broken
nnd another .received several bud
bruises on the face.
Built by the Locomobile Co. of
America, Bridgeport, Conn.
The "30" Shaft Drive Locomobile Touring Car. ,
120 Inch Wheel Base. Four Speeds and Reverse.
Runs all day through lonp; stretches of sand or' mud
TP xeels in the ability to make lone hard tours without
uouble. GOES THERE AND GETS BACK.
T ike any high-class piece of machinery, it costs more,.
-1-1 but is cheaper in the end.
Js built throughout in the Locomobile wotks, including
n.c jungucio una me tgnuion Apparatus,
xlcs arc the strongest and safest possible to build:
no tubing in front, no brazim? In rear.
uilt of the finest materials. Alloy steel for frames,
shafts, gears, steering mechanism. Locomobile forg-
ings. Bronze instead of aluminum.
T asts'indeflnitcly. The first four-cylinder Locomobile of
XJ 1902 is still running with the original elements of
the car still in place.
TP mbodics the advantages resulting from eleven years'
LJ manufacturing experience. A permanently Safe, Re
liable, Comfortable Car.
"30" SHAFT DRIVE "40" CHAIN DRIVE
Agents for Hawaii
NEW HATS, Coast Styles
v 102R Vminnn St
I Vote for Chaperone Contestant
In Evening Bulletin Popular
(This coupon is not g:od after Tuesday, May 3)
Fill in name of your favorite candidate and send to
the Bulletin Contest Dcnartment.
EVERYTHING WILL BE SOLD AT COST FROM NOW TO APRIL 30TH .
TRIMMED HATS; TAILORED HATS, SHAPES, STRAW BRAID, RIBBONS, VEILS and VEILING, and
- ,' i
EVERYTHING in this beautiful stoe at a sacrifice. .
RHINE STONE PINS, worth $5 to $10, will be sold at $1 to $5
This is an opportunity you should not miss
; Fort and
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