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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 19, 1910, 2:30 EDITION, Page 10, Image 10',
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WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF.
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HAWAII AND MAUI WANT
TO NAME CHAPERONE
CANDIDATES FITNESS UNQUESTIONED
Big Vote Issue .Was Made On The
Two Islands During The Past
. I Vote for Chaperone Contestant
In Evening Bulletin Popular
(Thii coupon is not jj:od after Tuesday, May 3) "
Fill in name of your favorite candidate and send to
the Bulletin Contest Department.
Contest Interest on the Ills Island rone, on Hawaii, Is tho word ilnpll-
mid Maul continue to center In the cute of what Mrs. Ileggs' friend" say'
candidates for chaperone, and this. In their canvnss for votes on Maul. I
It seems, for tho reason that the Mrs. Ileggs holds a responsible po-j
cundldates for this position are cast- sitlon it the Puunene Hospital, and. '
lug their ballots, -whllo tho trip con- although she has oi.ly been on Maul contestants. "Von know," she ox- will do moro to bring votes than
teBtants are holding back for a big one sear, buo has secured 'the frtend-t.,. . . ,, ,',, . ., j ., ...anything they can do. Holding
tlimvlnn n fr I ti a unil nliln r9 n rrmrxttt mnnii . hAntiln tlimn ' l.na.1 amtn l o miA V I r
showlnc at the end.
The contest manager 'returned
this morning by the Mnui.a Lba
from a two weeks1 visit to the con
testants on Hawaii and Maul, Wlilje
away lie Issued over a hundred thou
sand xotes tor the contestants on
these two Islands. '
The success of Mrs. Slemson on
Hawaii Is one of the topics of con
versation In HIIo. Mrs. Slemson U
emploed as matron at (he- HIIo
Hotel, and her fitness for (he ppe)
tlon that the Ilulletln Is offer
ing Is unquestioned, and her many
friends In HIIo assured tho contest
manager that they Intended that Ha
waii show Its blgr.oss by the vote
total that would be rolled up at Jho
final count for Mrs. Sleni'pn,
What Is heard In regard to the
fitness of Mrs. Slemson, for chape-
shlp of a great many people there
who are loyally supporting her.
Another chaperone contestant who
Is being consistently supported by
her irlendn Is Mrs. Daniels of I,a
halua. She Is making a systematic
camnss of that part of Maul, arid
her trlcnds in other sections of the
iBlot.dx are doing ns much to for
vtii.l her tandldacy to success.
Perhnxs the intnest In the chape
ron contest overshadows that of
the contest among the trip contest
ants on these two Islands merely be
cause the Ilulletln reader' feel
that tho chaperone contest is a con
test against all the other Islands,
while that for the trip contestants
Is a home affnlr.
One woman put it this way when
sho was asked to express herself
about the contest among the trip
linplr vntpa la A ennri thine at times.
mind what district contestant I want but thu g one of ,ho Umeg whon a
to vote for. Soveral fine girls nro showing of strength will count moro
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, May 3)
trying lo secure the trip to Yoaem
,lte, and I don't know which one I
want to see go the most. I will
make my decision latci when 1 see
Which one has the most chance of
thnn the biggest Kind of a vote block
held In reserve.
While nway tho contest, manager
learned that the readers like a com
notltlnn that tests their strength
I against tho other Islands. A plan of
And so It stands on the outside ' redisricting the Island was suggest'
Mauds. There Is no question about cd that may bo made In n few da)s.
their choice for chaperone, but they may be c6mbtncd, ni.d If this Is done
are waiting for developments ns Interest In who are to bo tho mem
concern the other contestants. A born 'of tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n's summer
showing by the trip contestants of travel party Is certain to bo In
Maul and Hawaii right at this time creased.
VIM. lUfl MEET
Will BREAK RECORDS
Boxing Matches to Be Pulled Off Be
tween Races Quarter, Half and
Mile Record fo Go.
This afternoon at half-past five
the Y. M. C. A. track meet, whlih
Is scheduled for Saturday next, will
.begin that's Irish, for sure. What
is meam in uiui mo pruiiimuury
heats of the 100 and 220 jards
sprtntB will be run oft. so ns to
'clear tho way for the flnnls on Sat
Dr. Hand Is taking tho greatest
Interest In tho track moct, and ho
feels that It too many events ore
left till Saturday tho program will
uover be finished In time. Only
threp men nre'to stnrt In each heat
on Saturday, and l.y running the un
interesting preliminaries this after
noon, the semifinals and finals can
be gotten under way quickly on the
Tho HrBt event on Saturday will
he tho 100 yards sprint, and It will
start at half-past two sharp. Then
the half-mllo will be run, find J la
txpected that n new record will bo
establli-hod for the distance.
As soon ns tho 880 yards Is finish
ed, a new departure, but n good one,
will be Introduced. A thrco-rounds
bnlngcii.itc8t will bo pulled off, and
It promises to be a clever exhibition
of the noble art, which every joung
fellow shouhl know something of,
rollowlng- the boxing event tho
220-yards sprint will be run, and It,
too, should be u fast race. The mile
run promises to bo n good one, and
the dopesters have It figured out that
the record will go for sure.
As soon ns tho mile record Ib
"busted," another three-rounds box
ing exhibition will be given, and two
Well-known amateurs will mix
things to the great delight of the
The last eont on the program
will bo tho quartcr-mlle Vun, and
according to the trials that have
been ilone on the llo)s,,vrield track,
a new record for rho Islands Is go
ing to be established. Several ex
perienced timers will be on the job,
and the track will be measured and
tested for grade. The officials feel
ro sure that new records are to be
established that tho timers are all
testing their watches
ready for the races.
Mis. Hyde-Smith was the recipient
of flowers and bon bona yesterday
when sho sailed on tho Siberia for Ho
nolulu for a visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Dillingham. Tho pier had all
the appearanco of a drawing-room
function, so In oldenco wcro the social
elect at the hour of sailing. 8. F, Ex
aminer, April 13.
Kenneth Dole, a nephew of Judgo
Dole and football captain at Btanford
University, lately recovered tho
drowned body of Frank Nleto, a stu
dent of Lowell High School, from I-aku
Lagunltas. It was only after repeated
rilllncr thnt nunr nntn flnnllv nprnroit
tho body and brought It to tho biu-
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