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evening mir.LRTiN, iionomtmi, t, it . Wednesday, apti. et. ioio
Contest Comment On
Will The Comet Be A Lucky Star
For Some Of The Contestants?
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The rnce Is Hearing the etui,
Koal H In MlKht for Home. Who will
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A polo practice Eime' wna playcil
Saturday afteinoon by 1-lcuts. Sher
Manfl Ilnrnnril, Jnnieii ami Morrison
veisus Capt. Fois)th, Coip. Wleatler
and Pvl8v McCnnly niul Metulom
Mr. Taylor nppeareiitn the full
Thlbltlnn costume, which Is worn on
the Thlultlan 1'rontler, and for one
hour and thirty mliiutei, Mnrtlnn
from the meat Victoria Kallroad 8ta-
Hon. wnlcli waj built in memory or'
I Vote for Chaperone Contestant
In Evening; Bulletin Popular
The latter team won by a Bcoie ot the late Oueeu Victoria, led his nt-i
2 to 0. Excellent work was done by lentlvo audience through Jungles,
me o. mis town win ue puunsncu on 8ileri.inI1 nnj Corl. Vr
Monday May 2nd and In the weekly nl.ove .,. nV0raire wltn
bo the lucky ones to make this trip
of trips? The endurance tests given
In demonstrations with some of the
edition ot Tuesday, May 3rd. More
than a week wii! pass without the
standing uf the con'estnnts being
disclosed niul the candidates will
tlli, ln n niatrtttlhltllmc. lu nil tWtltllftlfV
votc-'gettlng crusade that ha been , '' .y" "1
since March Uh conducted by "'i- :". .... ........h .
er of ladles In these Islands. , worO' every other day as to how
beautiful views of India were shown
to the audience.
Iiii; on s
n mitnliiir nf ImliFM 111 tlll'Mit iRlnllllri. I
Is the prize worth the effort? Well. '"""J vote their nearest competitor
rather. Ask any of the joung ladles ' Kolng to cast,
who hao enjoyed nno of the Uulle- Spscial Notice,
tin's runner trips for confirmation, Subscribers sending in subscrip-
The question which has been con- tions to the Bulletin must al
lium, ik- nui..,i ainrn tiin rontest was wavs mention the names of the con-
u..ii ainrteii nmi which la as mi- tesianls thev wish to vote for. as all "lut t,ll' w
. . ' ..... It . Mil , ., 1 I ....!.. ...Itl. .,11...
ni.werutile now, as on the nrsi nay, oanois are mieu out in tun rjeiore,i""" " " "" " :'" bi. ,, ,.,.;,. Muy ns the "Chinese
Is "Who will be the wlonersT" leaving office. You can hold back the imuro. Cousin," the Impersonation was very
The. question Is no easier of sola- ballots as lone as you wish. Positions played A: Graver, Col- nmxy ,01le nl.j wnH funny the
Hon now than It was u week ago, or livery subscription payment maae uns, r.; .Manny, c; itoueveei, extreme.
both team, and the playing of I. lent.
restler was far
Capt, Sturges was the referee.
across rlveis and over the mountains.
dwelling nt times at soma tea plan
tntlon where the fcnrless man eating
tiger, so wlde.y known for Its cun
ning and feiuclt, bad perpetrated
To Duty I some new outrage upon the muablt-
Pvts. Morton (band) nnd McDon- ants; taking them farther Into the I
nel (I)) returned Sunday from tho ll0w cohered peaks of the Hlinn
. . . ' , . '... ,..iluyiiH and still farther to some city
posi nospiiai ai run n.iniier, inr, or country, utterly dlvnatute.l by flro
''"'' .lor earthquake.
Basketball ''' Tujlur speaks both tlio Illn-
Th basketball team of Troop A dUHtand rfnd Assamese dialect very
ilofwil.l llu team t.f Ti-miii II on ''' " ' . icuic, 4,n
Saturday by the fioio of II In
(This coupon ii not R.od after Tuesday, Ma" 10)
Fill in name of your favorite candidate and send to
the Bulletin Contest Department.
I'll a A 1 1 tifili IiriVd nf i I ti II tin fwm K. . . ...
" :'" , . . . uetective Jvenv visuea i-ost.
dltlon nnd line been working hnrd A little vaudeville was enjoyed
for some time pail, and It Is hoped Krlday when Kaplnda and May made
III get a ilnnco to com- he'r npiiearance as a "Jap looking
,tber teams In the near '-' " J-'l" if' KLU" '..12
will be a week hense. It remains on or since March 7 entitles the pay
with the young ladles themselves, er to votes. Present receipts and
To use a slang phrase, "It's up to votes will be issued. You vote for
tiIPm." ttwo candidate a trip and a chap-
Ono of the charming contestants ere contestant. An equal number
may retire toninht to dream of all tho of votes, as Riven in the standing
beauties of tho trip; of snow-clad
peaks only a few miles apart, of llrldal
Veil Kails nnd cozy retreats, and all
tho other delights of tho trip, safe lu
doing so, because, Is she not "way
Hut oh what n difference tho follow.
Ing evening to flail that Miss or Mrs,
vote schedule, are issued for each
How Votes Are Issued,
Kacli copy oT the Bulletin
will contain a coupon, which, when
properly filled out, will entitle the
holder to votes of the number speci
fied. This number will vary, from
,.....i. .i . i, day to day. No advance announce-
me h ; ta iho " ngures' nsI I -t of lb. number of vote, will be
seen in connection with nnUey-glv-' Votes will also be Issued on
comet? It Is then that the d.eam-,l""d B1ubs"",tlo1n '"'m ?,?"
look leaves her eyes and ono or Weekly Bulletin In
determination takes Its place. Shah "'T V" ,i,i ?.n m
eager to beard the vote-producer In such -ubscrlptlon, are paid In nc
his den. She will show Miss or Mrs. fordttn wlth lhe chedu") PPr
Blank a thing or two about getting 'n V810
votes. And sho gcnorally does. i Nominations Not Closed.
The trouble for the contestant who' The nominations are not closed,
thinks she is certain of winning. Is nnd will not be until the end
ui witj cuiiiem. iuu cuuiu, ii yuu
that nil nrp afflicted with tho same
do-or-dle microbe, consequently It Is
n "now you seo It, and now you don't"
game and It will get more so as the
time shortens up.
Tho contest manager Is absorbing
snmo of the excitement himself nnd Is
allvo to the situation as It stands
now. and exnects to seo some wonder
ful changes made manifest In the
count Saturday. The result of this
count will be published next Mon
The winners of this contest will bo
announced at the same time ns the
comet becomes most visible here, nnd
it remains to be seen which ones will
claim the comet as their lucky star.
Club Premium Vote 0n"er.
The premium offer appearing to
day's paper Is the only premium offer
for subscription clubs that will be
mdHe during the contest and this
and the regular vote schedule will
not be deviated from In any manner.
There will be no triple offers; no
big vote" days,' nor any other reward
In the wny of votes for any subscrip
tion work, other than that now being
. The premium offer Is a liberal one
and no limit Is placed on the number
of clubs any candidate may secure
In one week and every fandldnto Is
given credit for the subscriptions
that are sent In by friends unknown
to her during each successive week.
Contest Closes May 28, 8 p. m.
Monday, 'May tho twenty-eighth,
is the time set for tho close of the
contest and nil votes and subscrip
tions MU8T .be In the Bulletin
office on that date. The closing hour
will be at 8 o'clock p. m. on May
2 8 th, and those depending on the
malls to bring their subscriptions to
the Bulletin ofllce MUST hnvo
all votes and subscriptions In the
ballot box before 8 o'clock p. m. on
Hint date. The Judges for the final
count ot the ballots will be chosen
from prominent business men of Ho
nolulu; their names will be announc
ed In due season. Each contestant
will have the right to select a friend
or relative to represent her and look
after her Interests during the final
count of the ballots.
Next Cnnnt Satnrdav.
The contest votes will not be
counted again until Saturday after
noon, April 30th, which will give
every candidate a chance to get in
cu,or more of the premium certifi
cates. The first week of the offer
will close at that date,
Bishop, Delnze, f.; I Kcrlo-comlo songs were well ren-
uercd by May, who received enthu
siastic applauso at his efforts to out-
llrecnc, g. B:
Howard, r.; Dcnnlson, Coombs, g.
Hand concert nnd movlpg pictures
will constitute tho program Tuesday
night nt the amusement hall.
Quests at Dance.
Among the gttests at tho dance
given by the officers of tho Cth Cav
alry last Saturday night were Miss
McClellall, Miss Josephine McClel
Ian, Miss Steven, Captain and Mrs.
Moore (20th Infantry), Captain Rx
tdn nnd Lieutenant -Chilton of tho
The troops are finishing their
range finding and other little duties
necessary to the beginning ot tnrget
season and expect to start on tho
range the first ot next month to
shoot the preliminary courses.
lecture at Hall.
l.ast Tuesday evening nt tho
Amusement Hall an Illustrated lec
ture was delivered on India nnd the
tea Industries there by Mr. Taylor.
do a very dark night In his make-up.
The motion pictures shown were:
"The Stage Driver," "The Bobber
Duke" nnd "The Flight of I.n Vul
atte." Concert Given bv the 5th Cavalry.
March SUis and Stripes Forever.
Tone Poem Poesln Pastorlal. . Hossi
Overture Bohemian Ulrl ....Balfe
Cornet Solo Serennde (n). Schubert
Baritone Solo The Palms (b).Fauro
Selection Tnnnhnuser Wagner
Spanish Dance Junnlta Bouu
Waltz Dream of Heaven ....Bauer
W. J. Cain, Chief Musician.
A aiCUMAN windjammer, at ono
time sailing the seas as tho Marie
Hackfcld la "now ninety-four dns out
frotri tho 'port of Bremen with n full
cargo of general merchandise, con
signed to the local firm of II. Hack
fold & Co. The vossel now goes und
er the name of Renee Illckmers and
sho should arrlvo hero within a fort
wish, nominate a candidate on the
last day ot the contest.
Madame Teresa Carreno's rebltal
at the Bonlne Theater on Friday Is
the sole topic ot -conversation In
musical circles. There can be ho
question ot Madame Carreno being
the premier pianist of the world.
During Madame Clara Schumann'
life, that distinguished position was
hers, of course, but since her death,
Madame Carreno despite the multi
tudinous claimants for the title
easily maintains supremacy. Per
fect technique and warmth ot ex
pression give unfailing Interest to
Madame Carreno's playing, and she
arouses almost as great enthusiasm
in the musically unlearned as In the
Madame Carreno had In her ear
lier days also successful experience
on the operatic Btage as prima
donna, under Mapleson.
As a piano vlrtuosln she has play
ed all over the world, and It Is as
a result ot the (Universal acclaim
which greeted her two years ago In
Australia and New Zealand where
she had been practically unheard ot
on arrival that she Is now on her
wny to the Antljiodes.
The Maranin left Vancouver on
tlmo, sq she ought to be In early on
Friday morning. On her arrival It
will be announced whether Madame
Carreno's recital will be In the aft
ernoon ot. evening.
who has been for the laBt 14 years
traveling nnd studying India and Its night If the csscl lives un to her nast
reputation as a good sailer.
RATand ROACH Paste
the guaranteed exterminator for rats,mice,cock
roaclies, waterbugs, etc. Money back if it fails.
For 30 years the only guaranteed exterminator) roady for Immediate use.
Look for this
on every box.
2 ox. box 25c IG oz. box SI.OO
Sold by dealers everywhere.
STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO. - CHICAGO, ILL.
Henry P. Kenweamahl, libelee In
the suit' for divorce brought by his
wife, Nellie S., filed his answer to
the charges brought by the llbellant
In his answer the libelee first ad
mitted the fact ot tne marriage, -ui
further denied all other allegation
mnde by his wife. He states that
his wife deserted him without cause
nnd without his knowledge on March
17 last, and that up to that time he
had provided her with all necessities
He requests that the llbol for dl-
The result vorce be dismissed by the court.
Extra Vote Certificates
Club Premium Offer for New or Old
Subscriptions That Lasts
Until the End of ,
This is the LAST and ONLY
EXTRA VOTE OFFER That
Will Be Made for Old and
New Subscription Clubs
I Vote for Trip Contestant
In Evening Bulletin Popular
Fill in name and district of yonr favorite candidate
t nml ".end to the Bulletin Contest Department,
'Jbll'' .j ' mot flood After. Tuesdav. Mav 10)
www. tjujtma-.. . --..., .
EVERY CANDIDATE WHO HAS THREE NEW OR OLD
YEARLY DAILY EDITION SUBSCRIPTIONS ORDERED.
AND VOTES ISSUED TO HER CREDIT, DURING A PE
RIOD OP ONE, WEEK, WILL BE GIVEN A PREMIUM CER
TIFICATE OF" (5000 VOTES. ' t
THREE NEW OR OLD Sltf 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
2800 VOTES. ,
FIVE YEAR SUBSCRIPTIONS WILL COUNT ONLY AS
THE FIRST WEEK'S OFFER CLOSES SATURDAY,
APRIL 28, AT 5 P. M. ,
VOTES MUST BE TAKEN OUT WEEK OF OFFER
AND SUBSCRIPTION PAYMENT.
THERE IS NO LIMIT TO THE NUMBER OF SUBSCRIP
HON CLUBS THAT MAY BE TURNED IN DURING ANY
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS, WHETHER ORDERED 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
From the Lamb's Back to Yours
Made from your own measurements into
a Perfect-Fitting Suit, which will give
you the appearancl-B'i",NBeing Well
Geo. A. Martin. Tailor. Hotel gt.
Everybody who KNOWS Beer
knows that there's nothing like
" 'The Beer That
SUITS THE PEOPLE
Enables you to take good
sized head-and-shoulder clo
tures with your regular
Something every kodaker
should have. Costs only 50c.
' ' I I ' " - -" "ISSSSSSSSSSSSlSSSSSSBaSiSSiBliSiSiSiSiSiSSSaSllaMaSiJSl
Under New Management
YE ARTS & CRAFTS SHOP. LTD., offers the finest se.
lection ot ART GOODS in Honolulu at REDUCED
PRICES. The amous OTTO WIX WATER COLORS are on
exhibition and for sale.
Paul Elder Books for every taste and every occa-
sion. Perfect Picture Framing is a specialty of this shop.
Kodak Developing and Printing by the best workmen in
Ye Arts and Crafts Shop, Ltd.,
MISS FRANCES K, MORRISON . - Manager
Fort Street, Next Chambers Drug Co.
Supply Co;, Ltd.
FORT, BELOW HOTEL
Sole Agents for PIERCE ARROW,
CHALMERS, HUDSON, PREMIER,
AUTO SUNDRIES REPAIR SHOP
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD.
C. H. Behn
has two new 7-seated autos for hire
shopping and calling a specialty.
$3 PER HOUR SO CENTS HACK
ASK FOR BEHN PHONE 5
Your machine will be ready for v
roa wnen we say it will be. We
lon't experiment on autos; we resli
Von liamm- Young
4LEXAND,B Y0UNO BUaDIHi.
"The Best-Built Car in America"
SCHUMAN. CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
UPHOLSTERING fif AUTOMOBILES
Skilfed Workmen Best Material
W.W.WRIGHT CO., Ltd.
i. W, KKKSHNJUL
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alnkp fit
LET US BID
On Your Electrio Light Wiring
Union Eleotrio Co.,
I. 0. CARTER . - Proprietor
Harrison Bldg, BERETANIA ST. ,
Fine Family Milch Cows For Sale
is such a piece ot fine and
delicate machinery that in
order to keep the correct
time i,t must be overhauled
by a competent watchmaker.
Our Watch-Repair Depart
ment is in the hands of such
' fy Co.,
PIipNE 012.. , 113 HOTELiST.
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