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EVErtWO ELLEtf, HON'CLUIX, T. H., rRtD.Tr. .PR. 23, 1910,
Tlio first count of llio control otca cordanco with tho echcdulo appear
for ton days will he niarto tomorrow 'nB below.
cvcnliiB. voiw intended for thli Nominations Not Closed,
fount Khiml.l he In the ballot-box by1 Tho nomination!, nro not closed.
4 o'clock. DurlnR tho Interval he- a"'1 wl11 llot he "nU1, ,th? en'1
tween the last emmt nnd this writ- ot, J'10 con1",t- Y c lt ou
Ins. many w.los Imp been cant, nn.l J", "omlnnle a candidate on the
n inarKed Increase and Fomo ciimiRea last da' f lho conte,t'
In tho standing of the contestants
can bo looked for. Tlio result ot tho
count will bo published Monday District No. 1 Includes tho City and
evening. I County ot Honolulu.
Promises of Support. '8,r,Ch N'0, 2 ,nClUdCS tb CUnly
n..ti.i .... . ..... .. ...... of Hawaii.
v,a. .....aicH Hiomn .nsiai on , ,eir District No. 3 Includes lho CounllCi
hiium u.ukiiik ki iinir iiru.nifi"., nf Moloknl and Maul.
THE DISTRICTS ARE AS FOLLOWS
ns often something turns up which
cntiRCq them to clinmrn tlinlr mlmlt.
ilj nnd yon lose several hundred votes
which ou migiit ni wen nao nail.
Collect nt once, do not bo put off by
promises. It Is as easy for a man to
pay today ns a week from today.
Get Friends to Help.
Thero aro flvo trips lhat nro appor
tioned ns follows:
Tno to District No. 1,
Ono to District No. 2,
Ono to District No. 3
The fifth trip rocs to thomatron
mho secured tho most votes for chap-
Don't forget the candidates for
If jou hno nii friends wlm deslro -,,,-. A. -,,?rtu,(.at.l-rne
to assist jou, send tiiem t to tno You may tako tho trln any tlmo you
contest manager, and no win rivo cIioobo, singly or In groups
them n receipt look nnd show them'
J.ow to go about Retting tlio totes. V0TE? SUBSCRIPTIONS AL'
Call oi. tho contest manager at any L0WED A3 FOLLOWS
tlmo and ho .'A aid jou In any wny Ono month's subscription to tho
possible. Evonlng Bulletin Old sub-
New Subscriptions and Old. i scrlptlon, 100 votes; now subECrlp-
A number of liumirlod nro made (Ion, 125 votes.
dally as to tho otes allowed on new Threo mouths' subscription to the
nnd old sobier'lptlons. Votes aro ah Evonlng D ul I c tin Old sub-
lowed on both, hut only when tho re- scrlptlon, 350 voles; now subscription
nownls pay lu tultnnr-n. i i:,0 totes.
Now HiihsoillierM lueaiis Incroaso In Six months' subscription to the
circulation. Thoreforu no one will bo Evonlng Hullo tin Old sub
allowed to chauRo tho nnmo of tho old scrlptlon, 800 votes; now subscription
subscriber from ono member of the 1000 votes.
family to another. In order to recelvo One year's subscription to the
moro votes. ' JEvonlng Dullotl n Old sub
Now subscriptions mean peoplo who crlpllon 200(1 votes; new subscrlp
wcro not on our books at tho tlmo tho, tlon, 2500 votes.
contest was announced. . rivo years' subscription to th''
Club Premium Vote Offer. Evening Uullotl n Old sub
Tho premium offer appearing to-' ecrlpuon 15.000 votes; now subscrlp
day's papof Is tho only premium offer tlon, 20,000
for subscription clubs that will be Ono year's subscription to the
made duritig tho contest nnd this Wookly Dullotln Old subscrlp
nnd tho regulnr vote schedule will tlon, 100 votes; now subscription. 12K
not be deviated from In any manner. ) votes.
Thero will bo no trlplo offers; no Flvo years tubscrlptlon to the
big vote days; nor any other toward Wookly Bullo tin-Old subscrlp
In the way of votes for any subscript "on 1250 ! n6W subscription
Hrtit wrtfl ..tltAf tlinn tinf nnw holnrr -000 VOtCS.
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NEW YORK'S MAYOR
NEW YOftlC, Apr. 28. An extraordinary nnd unprecedented nttacl:
by Mnyor Onynor, at the annual banquet of tho Associated Press and
American Publishers' Association, tontRht brought about a prolonged
riotous and disorderly 'sennn. Thomas Williams, buslneprt manager for
nearst, attempted to reply to inn mayorn caustic iilleruiices, but was
tint, Mile to do so. Most of tlmn In nttendanen refused to permit him to
speak, while a few wanted lo hear lilnn Tho result was n remnrkahlo
scene of riot, nnd It was n long time boforo anything like order Wns re
stored. Mayor Onynor quarreled with Hearst Just before tho last, election,
when Hearst suddenly Jumped Into the" field as n candidate for mnyor,
Onynor declnrll.g that Hearst had pledged to suppnrLhlm, hut It was not
expected that tho mayor would Inlco thp occaston of tho banquet for
flrltiR his hottest shots. In the course of his nddrcss ho applied to
Hearst epithets such as aro seldom heard In public Bpcaklng.
The speech made a great Kcnsntlon. Wllllairw attempted to break
the regular tirder of speeches, with n view lo giving an Immediate an
swer In behalf of Hearst.
The banquet was a Joint banquet of membcra of tno Associated Pross
nnd American Publishers' Association nnd their Invited guests.
Messages of felicitation wcro received by tho associations from nil
era and prime ministers in nil parts, ot the world, nnd were rend nt the
BA1IINOER IN HIS OWN BEHALF.
WASHINGTON, D. C Apr. 28. Sccrotnry or tho Interior Ilnlllngcr
will appear before the Congressional Investigating conitnlltco nnd glto
his testimony, explaining In person tho vailous matters whlrh havo
been brought forward. With his personal nppearanco before tho com
mittee, tho Investigation will reach Ita climax, and there Is Intense In
terest In his forthcoming statement.
HOUSE OF LORDS PASS BUDGET..
LONDON, Apr. 28. Tho Houso of Lords today passed tho financial
bill which had been passed and sent up by lho Commons, thus enacting
the law qvor which tho recent election was hold, and legalizing the
budget, premier Asqulth declared that It should bo the first business of
the new tesslou.
THAT HAY DAY FETE
The premium offer Is n liberal ono
nnd no limit Is placed on tho number
ot clubs any candldnto may secure
In ono week and every cnudldate Is
given credit for tho subscriptions
that nio 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 tlmo set for the closo ot tho
contest nnd all totes nnd subscrip
tions MUST be in tho Dullotln
office on that date. Tho closing hour
will be nt 8 o'clock p, m. on May
1 28th, and thoso depending on the
malts to bring their subscriptions to
, tho Bulletin offlio MUST have
oil toted nnd subscriptions In tho
ballot box beforo S o'clock p. m. on
that date. The Judges for tho final
count of tho ballots will bo chosen
from prominent business mcu of Ho
nolulu; their names will bo announc
cd In duo season. Each contestant
'will havo the right to select a friend
of rolatlvo to represent her .and look
after her Interests during tho final
count ot tho ballots.
Subscribers sending in subscrip
tions to the Bulletiji must al
ways mention the names of the con
testants thev wish to rote for. as all
ballots are filled out in full before
leaving office. You can hold back the
ballots as loner 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
eronc contestant. An equal number
of votes, as given in the standing
vote schedule, are issued for each
How Votes Are Issued.
Each copy ot tho Dullotln
will contain a coupon, which, when
properly filled out, will entitle the
uoiuer to votes ot me numuer speci
flod. This number will vary from
day to day. No advance announce
ment of tho number of votes will be
1. given.' Votes will also bo Issued on
' paid siibbcrlptlons to the E v o n-
f, i n g mid Wookly Dullotln In
. pioportion to tno lengiti ot time
i mtpli KtilmrrlnttmiB nrn 'niM In ne-
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN IS
Ono month's subscription to the
Hvonlng Dullotln, 75 cents.
Thieo monthb' subscription to the
Evening Bulletin, $2.00.
Six months' subscription to the
Evonlng Bullo tin. $4.00.
Twolto months' subscription to lho
Cvonlng lullotln $8.0C.
Five years' subscription to the
Evening Bulletin, $10.00.
One year's subscription to the
Wookly Bulletin, $1.00.
Five years' subscription to the
Wookly Bl'llotin, $5.00.
Address all inquiries to
MANAGER, CONTEST DEPT.,
Honolulu, T, H.
CAUSE NAVY CRISIS
Sailor Grows Beard of Mammoth Size
and Admiralty Is In a
Tho number ot businessmen who
.havo stnted their Intentions to go out
during tlm afternoon will miiko a small
Let no ono forgot the fact that thero ?" " l,sclt n1"' ''ero certainly
i .,r ii, .i, i.. i,. .i.... '"o no grander sight than tho glen ot
' " J ' " Btf" lnny ' ""? tho'chlldren oh tho close In tho Maj
on tap for tomorrow afternoon nt Al- . , , , ro,,.. .inYoim
', 'Lr.tlt'i "IT. ',V' All nrranRenJe, ', s ha o been made
SSttlJLfK' hee,? put' ST Tllo ft her WffS'
cTheatn'J,H,.to,,V;r" '" " ",0 B"C- 't'ho ' ak o m' stako
cess lhat It Bhould be. ,, .,. n,n .... .i. r. ,...
From tho leport of the advanco salo ".' '" " '" ' '" '
05 tickets up to last night It conn '
menced lo dawn on tho promoters of , . ,
the coal tlmo that ihov mielii bn . Tho money outlook not clear on ac-
crowded for room oven In tho cxtenslvo count of heavy loanB niado by Interior
grounds of Governor Clcghorn. banks.
PATHS. April 10. A sailor's whiskers
hato caused something like a crlfls In
tho French navy. Thoy nro fourteen
inches long, nnd adorn Quartermaster
Alphonso (lalllpaux, ono ot tho crow of
a warship on tho Moroccan squadron.
The quartermaster has taken full ad'
vantage of tho regulations which per
mlt natal men to grow beards, hut his
superior otflcers consider that his ox
cesslvo growth Is likely to bring tho
servlco Into ridicule pud contempt.
They havo tried by threats nn.l ( en
treaties to Induce him to wicrlflco'hlH
whiskers, but In vain.
Many of his comrades support him In
his fight for frco wblskoru. Oalllpaux
has been deprived of Bhoro leavo for
tho last eight months, and until ho re
duces his whiskers to reasonable di
mensions. A now regulation Is now being pre
pared by tho Navy Department, which
will limit all beards to two and one
firth Inches In length. Rather than
conform to tho now decroo, Oalllpaux
haft resolved to loavq tho sorvlco and
preserve his beloved whiskers.
Extra Vote Certificates
Club Premium Offer for New or Old
Subscriptions That Lasts
Until the End of -The
This is the LAST and ONLY
EXTRA VOTE OFFER That
Will Be Made for Old and
New Subscription Clubs
(rpy'Tor Sale" cards at Bulletin.
I Vote for Trip Contestant
In Evening Bulletin Popular
Fill in name and district of your favorite candidate
and send to the Bullet.in Contest Department.
(Not Good After Tuesday, May 10)
EVERY CANDIDATE WHO HAS THREE NEW OR OLD
YEARLY DAILY EDITION SUBSCRIPTIONS ORDERED.
AND VOTES ISSUED TO HER CREDIT, 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,
APRDL 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
TION 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 CREDEED IN. Tinf CLUBS
OF THE CANDIDATES FOR WHOM THE VOTES ARE
ISSUED. . .
WE NEED THE MONEY AND YOU NEED OUR GOODS. THE GREATEST PRICE-SLASHING
SALE EVER HELD AT
Yee Chan & Co.,
CORNER KING AND BETHEL STREETS ,
. , For Two Weeks Only, commencing on Saturday, April 30, 1910
We do not consider the COST OF MERCHANDISE IN THIS SALE, as we need the money.
THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY to buy your suoply for the year. COME AND GET THE GREAT-
EST BARGAINS WHILE THE STOCK IS COMPLETE. ' ,
t. LADIES' WEAR DEPARTMENT '
Wc are offering GINGHAMS as lon as they last at 15 yards for $1.
Latest designs in FAN.CY FLANNELETTES. Regular 12'ac and 15e. yard, slashed to 11 yards
for $1. '
LADIES, TAKE N0TICEJ
YOUR CHANCE to Ret NEW and STILISH DRESSES at VERY LITTLE COST, in FINE MER
CERIZED DRESS GOODS; -PLAIN and FANCY COLORS. Regular 35c.,' 40c. and 45o. yard goods
SLASHED to 20c. per yard. . '
WHERE HAVE THEY BEEN OFFERED BETTER AND BIGGER BARGAINS IN SILK MULLS,
the very LATEST CREATIONS? Regular 50c. and 75c. yard goods slashed to 20c and 35c-pec yard.
There is only a LIMITED STOCK of MULLS on hand. OUR ADVICE TO YOU'ISr COME
VALENCIENNES LACES, EDGINGS and INSERTIONS Regular 75c, and $1.20 per dozen
yards SLASHED TO 40c. and 50c. per dozen yards. j
EMBROIDERY EDGINGS Regular 10c. values reduced to 5c. per yard; regular 20c. and 25c.
values reduced to 10c, per yard.
CORSET, COVER EMBROIDERY Regular price, 50c. tier yard; slashed to 20c. per yard.
EMBROIDERY FLOUNCINGS Regular price, $1.25 and $1.50; reduced to 05c. per yard,
LADIES' LAWN AND EMBROIDERED SHIRTWAISTS; Regular $1.25 values, reduced to 80c
each; regular $1,75 and $2 values reduced to $1,15 each. '
MEN'S CLOTHING AND FURNISHING DEPARTMENT '
Wo are offering the following values in, order, to clean out our entire stock:
MEN'S SUITS Regular Price .' $ 7.50 Slashed to $ 3.50
MEN'S SUITS Jtcgular Price 0.00 Slashed to ". 4.50
MEN'S SUITS Regular Price 11.50 Slashed to 0.00
MEN'S SUITS Regular Price 15.00 Slashed to 10.00
MEN'S SUITS Regular Price 18.00 Slashed to 12.Q0
MEN'S SUITS Regular Price 20.00 Slashed to 13.00
MEN'S SUITS Regular Price 25.00 Slashed to 10.50
These are GENUINE BARGAINS. Why not come and buy ah you can use for the next two
years? We also have a small stock of Men's Pants which we will sell at YOUR .OWN PRICE.
MEN'S 0VERSHIRTS Regular price, $1.25; slashed to 75c. 'Regular price, 75c; slashed to
BALBRIGGAN UNDER SHIRTS-50c quality reduced to 3. for $1.
ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS 50c. quality reduced to 3 fcr $1.
MEN'S FANCY HALF HOSE Displayed in our Bethel street' window. Worth 25c. per pair;
' slashed to 75c. per box of half dozen pairs, ,i -
A LARGE STOCK OF MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SHOES WILL BE SOLD RE
GARDLESS OF COST.
OUR PRICES ARE POSITIVELY THE BIGGEST BARGAINS OFFERED.
REMEMBER! WE NEED THE MONEY, AND YOU NEED OUR GOODS.
YEE CHAN k CO., Cor. King and Bethel
"The Sturdy Chalmers"
This name was given the Chalmers "30'.' by a man who owns two
Steamers and two gasoline cars. While he doesn't own a Chalmers he
Chalmers Cars are built first for strength ; next for power ; last for beauty. The
first insures the endurance to go over mountains, across deserts, through snow,
ice, mud and sand. The second' gives them the speed to go when speed is re
quired in emergency or race. The last enhances the value of the car as long as
you have it. Altogether, in either the
Chalmers Cars x
. "30" or "Forty"
you have a car in a class by itself, tin- '
equalled by any other car at the price
A Demonstration Will Convince
Tourini Car PonrTonnatu JIM0
Roabter Ltmoudot SI7M
uum unvi uup tun
MACHINERY FOR CHINA
Consul Tnlbot J. Albert wilrea from
Dumswlck that n Oornian llrm thorp,
which hns successfully introduced Its
machinery for mnnutnctiiro of uugar
Into a number ot foreign countries,'
has Just received nh order for lho en-'
tiro equipment ot n beot-suKar factory
In tlio north of Clitnu. Ono of thoso
intoreated, In ordering tho machinery
Is tho vlcproy of tho province and It Is
purposod to havo tho factory In opera
tion next, autumn.
J)W"For Rent"' cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
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I Vote for Chapcronc Cpjrtestynt
In. 'Evening Bulletin Popular
(This coupon is not good after Tuesday, Mav 10)
Fill in name of your favorite candidate and send to
the Bulletin Contest Denartment. '
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