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EVENING mJ!,LETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, APH. 23, 101O.
Wants To See
Mrs, Beggs fells Of The Pleasure To Be
v Gained From a Visit To The
Tho charm nnd nppcal of Yoso
mllo Valley for people who havo vis
Itcd It before, was Impressed upon
mo a week ago, when I talked with
Mm. Clinrlotto Beggs of Puundno,
one. of tho candidates for chaperone.
That Mrs. Beggs hnd visited Yose
jnlto beforo was unknown to mo, un
til she said In the course of our con
versation nbout the contest. "I would
llko to visit Yoscmlto again, I have
never been In Yosemite sine the
railroad connects so closely with the
"You have been there before?" 1
"Yes, many number of limes," she
oirice on that dale. The closing hour
wljl bo at S o'clock p. m. on May
28th, and those depending on the
malls to firing their subscriptions to
the Bulletin office MUST have
all votes and subscriptions' In tho
ballot box befora 8 o'clock p. m. on
that date. The judges for the final
count of the ballots will bo chosen
from prominent business men of Ho
nolulu; tholr names will bo announc
ed In due season. Each contestant
will have the right to select n friend i
or relative to represent her and look
after her Interests during tho final
count of the ballots.
No Count for Ten Days.
The contest votes will not bo
You know, I am partly of Ha-. counted ncnln until Saturday niter
Wallan parontnge, but I lived much noon, April 30th, which will gtva
of my llfo In California, and our every candidate a chanco to get In
summer outing1 was usually to Yose- ono or more of the premium certllt
mite. 1 went once In the winter, be-'cates. The first week of tho offer
cause I wanted to see the valley covilwlll close nt that dato. The result
orcd with snow. It was beautiful, 'of this1 count will be published on
but we got nil tho snow we wanted Monday May 2nd and in the weekly
and more." edition of Tuesday. May 3rd. More
"I never tired of visiting the park than a week wilt pass without' the
in the summers. 1 hnd a very deariStandhm of the contestants being
Klrl friend whose father had Inter- disclosed and tho candidates will
csts there and Wo usually managed, I havo more time to devoto to tho col
perhaps should say, contrived, to go
tliero together." Mrs. neggs eyes
sparkled ns she rephrased her ex
pression and perhaps recalled how
she and her girl friend' 1ad planned
so they would be sure and spend
their summers In Yosemite.
"The alley hnd everything In It
ran be seen In one week, but every
day spent there, seems, to bring forth
n new view; something Is suro to
nppcar more, beautiful than ever on
each succeeding day, whether your
visit Is for three days, or for three
"That, 1 think accounts for why,
I want so much to visit the valley
ngaln this summer. Yosemlto never
grovs old to one who knows It; ra
ther the roverse seems to bo true."
Anyway, Mrs. Beggs became rem
iniscent, "I am certain, It would be
lectins of votes nnd tho securing of
subscription clubs, without having to
worry every other day as to how
many votes their nearest competitor
Is going to cast.
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 lone 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
erone contestant. An equal number
of votes, as (riven in the standing
vote schedule, are issued for each
nun vini,, -i... ' . .. i.i How Votes Are Issued.
WZa .,': 7 ",'. ,r .. " B.' I Each copy of the Bulletin
twirf .i... r i i. .u ii i I Eacn cPy f th0 Dullotln
hood das to visit the valley agalnjw1, contnln coupon. which, when
Vlth a party of women most of properljr flncd out wlll cntItlo the
Z T d IT" 8ef" thB Yoseralt8, holder to votes of the number specl
Vallcy the visit would be better still. ned This number will vary from
Just to plnn tho day's outings would day to day. No ndvanco nnnounce
1)0 a pleasure. You know, that It's mont of the number of votes wlll bo
iQts of fun to plan trips for a travel given.' Votes wlll also bo Issued on
party, don't you?" For'n moment paid subscriptions to tho. Evon-
li Becmed that Mrs. Beggs was nc- Ing nnd Wookly Bulletin In
tuully enjoying In anticipation somo' proportion to tho length of time
vi me joy me uuiioun parly will
get from their summer trip to Cali
fornia's scenic valley.
Club Premium Vote Offer.
TJjo promlura offor appearing to
ilay'H papor Is the only premium olfor
for subscription clubs that wlll bo
made during tho contest and this
and the regular voto BChqdule will
not bo deviated from In any manner.
Thero wlll bo no trlplo offers; no
Mg voto days; nor any othor reward
In tho way of votes for any subscrip
tion work, othor than that now bolng
Tho premium offer Is a liberal one
nil (I no limit is placed 6n the number
of clubs any candidate may secure
such subscriptions aro paid in ac
cordance with the schedulo appear
Nominations Not Closed.
Tho nominations aro not closed,
nnd will not, bo until the end
of tho contest. You could, If you
wish, nomlnato a candidate on the
last day ot tho contest.
A DAINTY TOIIET ARTICLE.
Every lady who desires to keep up
ter attractive appearance, while1 at
the Thenter, attending Receptions,
when, shopping, whllo traveling and
on ull occasions Bhould carry in nor
purso a booklot of Gouraud's Orient
In one week and ovory candidate Is tal Beauty leaves. This Is a dainty
given credit f6r tho subscriptions! ltt,B booklet of exquisitely perfumed
that arc sent In by friends unknown. J"Jwaorea icaves wuicn are casny re
Extra Vote Certificates
Club Premium Offer for New or Old
Subscriptions That Lasts
Until the End of
. The Contest
This is the LAST and ONLY
EXTRA VOTE -OFFER That
Will Be Made for Old and
New Subscription Clubs
EVERY 'CANDIDATE WHO HAS THREE NEW OR OLD
YEARLY DAILY EDITION SUBSCRIPTIONS ORDERED.
AND VOTES ISSUED TO HER OREDIT, DURING A PE
RIOD OF ONE WEEK, WILL BE GIVEN A PREMIUM CER
TIFICATE OF 5000 VOTES.
THREE NEW OR OLD SIX MONTHS DAILY EDITION
SUBSCRIPTIONS ORDERED DURING THE SAME PERIOD
WILL ENTITLE THE CANDIDATES FOR WHOM THE
VOTES ARE ISSUED TO A PREMIUM CERTIFICATE FOR
FIVE NEW OR OLD YEARLY WEEKLY EDITION
SUBSCRIPTIONS ORDERED DURING THE SAME PERIOD
WILL ENTITLE THE CANDIDATES FOR WHOM THE
VOTES ARE ISSUED TO A PREMIUM CERTIFICATE FOR
FIVE YEAR SUBSCRIPTIONS WILL COUNT ONLY AS
THE FIRST WEEK'S OFFER CLOSES SATURDAY,
APRIL 28, AT 5 P. M.
THERE IS NO LIMIT TO THENUMBER OF SUBSCRIP
TION CLUBS THAT MAY BE TURNED IN DURING ANY
-ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS, WHETHER O.RDEREJQ,.AT
BULLETIN OFFICE OR THROUGH SOLICITORS OF
THE CONTEST DEPARTMENT, OR THROUGH ANY OF
THE CONTESTANTS, WILL BE OREDIED IN THE CLUBS
OF THE CANDIDATES FOR WHOM THE VOTES ARE
imini 1 1 win iiHwafaHiigraitLJiijuijiMMJii
for Infants a nd Children.,
Save the Babies.
XTAKT MORTALITY Is something frightful. Wo can hardly realize'
that of all tho children born In civilized countries, twenly-lwd per cent., or
nearly one-quarter, die before they reach ono year; thirty-seven per cnl., or
more than one-third, before they nro five, nnd one-half before tliejr are fifteen 1
We do not licsltnto to say that a timely uvj of Cftstorla would save ft majority
ot those precious lives. Neither do we hcsltata to say that many of tlicso Infantile1
deaths are occasioned by the uso of narcollo preparations. DrOpn, tinctures and
soothing syrups sold for children's complaints contain moro or less opium, or
morphine. They are, In considerable quantities, deadly polon. In any quantity,1
they stiipcry, retard circulation and lead to congestions, sickness, death. Castoria
operates exactly the reverse. It causes tho blood to circulate, properly, opens the
pores ot tho skin and allays fever,
(I bare nwsl jnor CutorU la eaeee of colic In
t children nnd hare fouod It tho net medicine of IU
kind on U. milieu" J, E. Smrtoif, M. D.,
"A tnfdkln. en valuable and fanfftctet for chtl
tlrtn a juor Cantorla U Aetctm tho b!.tirl ralao.
I fl&d 11 la dh ererwhere."
1. 8. ALtliHDin, 51 I).,
"Hare niiJyonr Ciitorla on varlone occailona
In lolublt caaca aod baVo found It a palatable and
rfSclcntlaiatlrt, especially In tba terloaa dlecaece
Cma. EnwaaD OtnDlxtn, M, D,
Children Cry for
"Ceteris,!, good for children and f frrq,anU
prcecrlbe It, and alwaje obtain tbe dealrrd remit."
V. datum UuTTxin.ir, T ,
Buffalo, N. Y.
" i har. prwrlWd Caitorle to fenfflee for Mrtril
yeare. It la a!l right. Itnthrri like it, for children
irUl take It without an trouble."
U. A. Witwrf.M'.n,
St. Louie, Mo.
" Tout Caalorla if a ipltmlUrtmnlj for child rVn,
known the world arcr. I mo It In'mr pmtlce ami
hare- no hraltenry In reeotmnc ndlng I; for tbe com-
pulsti of Infanta and cblUrrn.'' . ,
J, A. Bonn an, if. D.,
T ' ,
InUse For Over 30 Yeara.
With Egg Hatchers
(By Joseph R. Farrington.)
noved and applied to the skin. It Is
Invaluable when tbe face becomes
nolst and flushed and Is far superior
lo a poVder puff, as it docs not spill
and soil tho clothes.
It remoVcs dirt, soot nnd grease
to her during; each succesaivo week,
Thoro Aro flvo full weekB In which
contestants can tako ndvantago of
this premium offer In today's week
ly. The offer goes into effect Mon
day morning, April 25th, and the
first week will close at S p
unlay, April 30th.
Contest Closes May 28. 8 d. m,
Monday, May the twenty.elghth.'v T ir.v,. a . - c.
is the time set for the close of tho.F' T' HP ii? Ynrl '
contest and nil voteB nnd subscrlp-l newjtory.
tlotis JtUST be' In the Dullotln' rawpduLLttTIN AD8 PAY-g
, from the fnro. Imnnrtlnir n root, rf a1.
m Oat-1 pn,n VIMn, tnMh. nranla.lnn Qm
m.u w.vjiu iv lUU l.l,lll,'llluu. OQllh
anywhere on receipt of 11 vo Cents
n stamps or coin.
1 Vote for Trip Contestant
In Evening Bulletin. Popular
, Voting Contest
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District No , ; ..
Fill in name and district of youV favorite candidate
and send to the Bulletin. Contest, Department,
' -' - (Not Good After Tudsdayy May 3)
Those who sell strictly frosh crem
are sometimes annoed on discover
ing ono of doubtful ago among those
collected, and as somo hens nro prone
to steal their nests it occasionally
happens' that n largo number of eggs
will ho found, frequently several
henB laying In tho snmo nest. In
Btnnmer tho hens prefer u cool and
quiet pluco, being pnrtlal to tonifort,
and If the flock Is largo tho number
ot eggs laid In Hosts outside of the
poultry house will roach Into dozens.
If the poultryman can distinguish
tho fresh eggs from those laid pre
viously it wlll bo a great advantage.
ur course, as all well know, eggs
can bo examined with a strong light
In a dark roAm, and all eggs should
be clear. Each egg contains an nlr
bubble situated a llttlo to ono nldo
of the large end. in a new laid egg
this bubbje Is very .small, occupying
a space that Is baroiy noticeable, The
air buuhle grows a little larger each
day. If t Is as large us a half an
Inch square (it Is oblong In shape)
tbe egg Is not fresh. Use an egg
JuBt laid and closely examine tho air
bubble with u strong light. Mako a
test of several, place them usldc, and
the next compare thorn with eggs
laid on that day, nnd so with tho
third und fourth dayg or moro. A
few days' practice win ro'iulcr the
matter of selection very easy, ami
after n whle it will pot be necessary
to use a strong light, ns the eggs can
bo examined by holding them to tho
sunlight. In other words, to give- u
rule, tbe smaller tho' nlr bubble tho
freshor the egg. 'When n fresh egg
long time. Tho chick crowds back
uwny from this heat and Muds u
conifortablo place back from tho heat
supply whero It wlll llo down alone
and sleep. When chicks crowd to
gether they nre not getting sufllclent
heat, Tho crowding or piling up of
the chicks is nlways disastrous. They
sweat, if u chick sneat, and then
chill, lowered' vitality and death
follow. Chicks never crowd In a
brooder whero the heat Is suf.lclcnt.
if at night tho chicks are seen to
crowd together and are stnndlng up
the brooder heat Is not right. They
should llo down singly and sleep inn
teutcdly. Tho brooder should bo heat
ed by hot nlr currents, thus provid
ing both he.it and ventilation In ono.
There should bo ample room for
tho chicks to escape from too high a
temperature, nnd the brooder must
ndmlt-of being easily und rapidly
cleaned. " A brooder that does not
embody tlicso fentuiea Ih not woith
I consideration, nnd will only result in
Turkeys nro very hard to rnlso
down hero ns It Is too warm a clim
ate. As a matter ot fact they aro
haid to nil no uny where.
H. 1 The lavine Flock.
I'rotectlon from wet, cold winds Above nil, do not allow roup to get
will prevent catarrh. n foothold, for nothing wlll stop
Pcrchct placed at n medium height their laying any quicker than this.
from 'tho floor, particularly In the Buys the American Cultivator, If you
case of tho beuvlor breeds, wlll pre- havo ut.y pullets nffeited, removo
vent bumble foot. . I them nt once from the flock, for
Wc have just received a
large Shipment of the fa
mous . ,,,
Kodaks and General
S5j i-r. S32'
Sole, Agents for PIERCE ARHOVV,
CHALitERS. HUDSON, PREMIER,
AUTO SUNDRIES REPAIR SHOP
ASSOCIATED OARAGE. LTD.'
roup Is very contnglous. It woulu
bo well to doBO the drinking water
Q these nffected ones with a good
toup cure for two or three ilnjs.
I lave ou mnrie tho nests attrac?
ilve? If not, this may bo another
reason why they have not begun to
lay ns yet. They should have plenty
Seeing that the tablo scraps nre
novcr sour when fed, and that the
grain Is neor musty or mouldy will
prevent bowel diseases. i
' if you have paid well for a setting
of eggs, jou will naturally be ovor-
rfirnfni with thrt rhtekH hntphf,! from
the cues, coonlnit them un nnd cud-"f 'lc clean nests, each provided
dllnir them in n number of wnvs. with n nest egg. All cock birds
Don't do' It. Lot tho hen run with should bo kept away until tho breed
them, whonover possible.. Tbcy will l"g season, for cxclteniont or unrest
do so much hotter, nnd grow into of nny kind Is harmful to tbe un
good, strong stdek. Lots of-chick- matured hen. If jou havo erred In
ens that might have shown off to bringing up this year's pullets', do
cood ndvnntdce. and from a cood not mako the same mistake next
struln havo been ruined nnd runtod year,
by such treatment. ' I
, , I Homovo the cockerels from tho
Carelessness In tho solectlou oM'i'Hets ns soon as It can be done, us
eggs for hatching Is n frequent cnuso' the pullets wlll thrive better If kept
of smallness of slzo nnd wcukness in eqpnraio from cockerels and auuiis.
tho brood, llgga laid by unhealthy Tho cockorcls will bring more money
or -conditioned fowls wl hntclt ii wnon young, nnu to
small, puny chlckons, which will nov. them Is simply to ubo moro food and
er attain n fair size. """ 8e" a lower price, laior on.
. IJust us soon as cockerols '-develop
It is n common belief that when n their combs they bring the snin?
hen hides her nest, alio Is very llko- prices In market as old roostcrft
ly to hatch all her eggs, this sue- " '
cess being generally nrrtlbutcd to the! It Is r.good plnn whon feeding ejjR-
fact that tho hen Is undisturbed "hells to chickens to crush, them, all
whllo hctttng. ' ollt of sunpo no they will' not look
Don't trouble tho hen at tho lima
C. H. Behn
has two new 7-scated autos for hire
shopping and calhnr; a specialty.
$3 PER HOUR 50 CENTS HACK
ASK FOR BEHN PHONE ..fi
Tonr machine' will be ready foe
you when we aay it will be. rW
don't experiment on antot; we natls
ALEXANDER YOUNG- BUHlkiii
fThe-Besf-BniH Car in America"
retain - .. -r-j
SCHUJEOi" CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
r3i-.. -We Understand It
of hatching. Ho patient, kcop out of
her sight. You will got a better
hatch by so doing.
Ilggs from perfectly mature birds
produce stiongor chicks than eggs
from Immature stock; by Imrmituro
wo mean birds under a jcar old.
llko eggs. Don't let them get In tho
habit of cntlng their own eggs.
make a great
Tho beit way to mako whitewash
for hen houses so It will not flake
off Is to slack tho lime In hot water,
making It, if possible, as thick as
soft soap. Thin with kerosene oil
mid apply hot. It will last.tor sears.
uwottinu ,( i,u,ti!,it tuv.il iwii!i -"
house, Tho poultry house should Un ' lhArest of the flock. If allov
cry plain. Tho plainer1 tho bolter.' H" woifld be n very ready way
A poultry house Is not completo If It
Is not dry, light and warm. s
A slrk fowl shnlild not be allow
ed to drink from the same fountain
communicate diseaso to otherA In the
If jou hnvo ducks It Is good not
to ghe them a ery large pond to
swim In becauso being In the water
n fong tluio seems to make them thin
mid thoy nre usually raised to eat
nnd not for their eggs.
Overcrowding and overfeeding nre' " i well worth the Whllo of any
two very bad mistakes. Many poul'-,ne eugnged to any oxtent In tho
trymon keep CO liens in a poultry i Poultry business to take one or moro
house which could barely hold 2D. A ' Poultry Journals or some good farm
hen should havo lots of room, bo Hint P'X'er wlth frst-class poultry depart-
ho can exercise, fowls, should have inonis,
almost nil of their food put In smith- use insect powder freely. Dust tho
Ing material! fo as to compel them to uroodlng mothersut least once each
exercise, becauso tho busy' hen fllbi week under tho wings and In the
up the egg basket. Many persons thigh feathers. Any of the reliable
throw the grain down before them . lnBccl powders w" 111 prove successful.
W.W., WRIGHT CO., Ltd.
J. W. JLBKSHUKit
Auto fire Repairing
(177 Alakea St.
LET US BID
On Your Elcctrio Light Wiring
Union Eleotrio Co.,
I. C. CARTER
Fine Family Milch Cows For Sal
and let tho hens eat all they want,
nnd whon they get through they go
In romo comer and rest till they got
PERRY DAVIS' PAINKILLER
The time for' hutching differeut
kinds of fowls Is ns follows; Chlc-
.. ....... ..... .pfl, ,, lv.. ,, iikDll Vtift , llllllIB IIL 11,1111 in UB lUliunn. .MU'
i Is cooked the contents adhere to the Uons 21 das; ducks 28 dins; tur
shell, while the shell of n stule egg
will pull off Ilka an orange.
A good brooder nermlts the clicks
to find n comfortable temperature1 til
n'MJIinoH, That mean's Hint nt.ritmo
Point .there must he carried a'sur
plus of heat, a higher tompornturo
Itnjs 2S days; geese 30 days" guinea
hens 25 das
A irood roof, drv
floor and fnck or
hajt n imit.ihtn inniitnttfiti nt ..n
hungry again. This Is no way to B0,rnty years ns a reliable remedy for
feed the chlcUcns. One should not )iubngti, sciatica, pleurisy, sUtchos,
bo no liberal with the food. A hen 0.e.( 25c, 36c and 50c. At all drug
should nlwns he hungry. " 'gists.
I Vote for Chaperone Contestant
In Evening Bulletin Popular
1'roifiT ventilation nof. shutting
Sip ho house too tight --and footling
maelicj on boards fir In troughs wlll
ihnu the chick cati cniluro for a very prevent bronchitis und throat uffec-
(Tlu's coupon is not cood after Tuesday, May 3)
Fill in name of your favorite candidate and send to
iue iiuiicnn umicsj ucnartrnent, ,a .,'
is such a piece of fine anl
delicate machinery thaii in
order to keep the correct!
time it must be overhauled!
by a competent watchmaker.
Our Watch-Repair Depart'
ment is in the hands of such'
J. A. R. Vieira
PHONE 513, Z II? JIOTEH t,