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P.VRNINO nULf.ETIN. nONOttJLO, T. It.. MONDAY, MAY 2, 1910.
feTWo Hundred Thousand
Mark Is Passed
Contest Totals Are Increased By
Tremendous Ten-Day Vote
Mrs. Helen Siemson, Hilo.
Mrs. 0. J. Beegs, Puunene.
Mrs. W. C. Moore, Honolulu.
Miss Angle Pangelinan, Dis
trict 1, -?,-Miss
Mary.McCabe, Dist. 1.
Miss Emma 'Akamu, Dist. 2.
Miss Sarah Cockett, Dist. 3.
It tnnk tun tilnn Iy hotirit to make
'Ahe count of totes for the ten daya'
contest balloting just passed. The
Territorial biitlot-box In which (ha
totes nro deposited until counted wns
So full of votes on Saturday that It
.was necessary to frequently tamp
them In order Jo get In more. In all,
at thero were about three hundred tllou-
jBnnd votes cast for this count, a lit
otlo more thanj seventy thousand be-
iiik cast uy iricnus oi popular .miss
. l'liiiBclliiaii of District 1.
Perhaps no one will be so surpris
ed with this big ote as Mist Pnngo-
Lllnan. While sonio of the votes were
(turned over to and deposited by her
; in tue box, a great many were can
by friends who came or sent orders
direct to the I) it 1 1 e 1 1 n oMce and
' had the votes Issued to her credit. -
This jump well past the two linn-
I'd red thousand mark ii an Indication
-of the number of the totes It Is go
ing to require four weeks fiom now
fur the final balloting.
District 1 had several other big
blocks cast for other candidates, Miss
McCaba holds .tho position In the llsi
that will give her the second trip of
fered In District J, If sho can re
tain the position to tho end, but Miss
Sasaki Is a close follower for this
f .honor; she in turn Is almost as close
E lv fallowed bv Miss Johnson, and shti
ib- Miss Macy( A matter of fifty
thousand votes, as sh.nwn.iby the last
count. Is not definite assurance of nn
The chaperope contest deserves sec
ond notice so far as big vote totnU
uro concerned Mrs. Slemson's friends
" put In twenty-odd thousand votes,
'which gle her first place. In this
block of ballots were fourteen hun
dred Bfngle votes clipped from the pa-
p,i) Sirs. Heggs moves from third
if to second place by. next to the big:
tgest block of chaperone votes cast.
Ono District 2 leader, Miss Akamu,
'passes the twenty thousand point nnd
'holds the. leadership, Tho efforts of
tills Hllo contestant aro meeting with
1 Gratifying results, hut, like somo of
tho other oittsldo island contestants,,
sho Is retaining many of her votes'
for later coimts. Miss Helen Watson,
another popular Hllo girl, who has
friends both, In Hllo and Honolulu,
moves from far down the lino to third
place. Friends of Miss Watson claim
Itthat when tho final count Is made
j she will bo one of threo whoso stand
ding will linyo to be considered be
fforo the District 2 trip Is awarded,
Miss Cockett and Miss Mundon cast
S most votes In District 3, with tho
II first-named getting first place by a
Mead of several thousand votes.
"A Daily Count.
; Commencine tomorrow evemntr. a
dally count of ballots will be mads.
Yotes intended for the daily counts
must be in the box bv 3 o'clock of
rthe afternoon of the count. The re-
rait of the first daily count will be
made known Wednesday evening.
, Oct Friends to Help, ,
; If you have any friends "who deslro
?to assist you, send them up to the
(contest manager, and he will give
E' thorn a receipt hook and show them
uhow to go "about getting tho votes.
i Call on tho contest manager at any
. tlmo, and ho vAll aid j on In any way
New Subscriptions and Old.
A number of Inquiries nro made
dally as to tho votes 'flowed on new
and old subscriptions. Votes are al
lowed on both, but only when tho re
newals pay In. advance.
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District 1 Leader.
New subscribers means Increase In
circulation. Thcrcforo no one will ho
allowed to chango tho namb of the old
subscriber from one member of tho
family to another, In order to receive
New subtcrlptlons moan pcoplo who
were not on our books at tho tlmo tho
contest .was announced.
Club Premium Vote Offer.
, Tho premium offer appearing to
days paper Is-the only premium offer
for subscription clubs that will be
(made during tho contest and this
ana me regular toto scneuuie win
not be deviated from In any manner.
There will be no triple offers; no
big tote dajs; nor any other reward
In the way of votes for any subscrip
tion work, other than that now being
"The premium offer Is n liberal one
nnd no limit Is placed on the number
pf clubs any candidate may secure
In one week and every candidate Is
given credit for the subscriptions
that are sent In by friends unknown
to her during each successive week.
Contest Closes Mat 28. & n. m.
Monday, May the twenty-eighth,
is tho time set for the close of the
contest and all votes and subscrlp
tlons MUST bo In the Bulletin
office on that date. The (losing hour
will be 'at 8 o'clock p. m. on May
2Sth, and those depending on the
nialls";to'brlng their subscriptions to
the 11 u lie tin office MUST have
all. votes and subscriptions In the
ballot box before 8 o'clock p. m. on
that" date. The judges for tho final
count -of the ballots will bo chosen
from prominent business men of Ho
nolulu; 'their names will bo announc
cd In duo season. Kach contestant
will have, trie, right to select a friend
or relatfvo to represent her and look
after her Interests during tho final
counUof tho ballots.
Subscribers sending in subscrip
tions to the Bulletin must'ol
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 given in the standing
vote schedule, are issued for each
How Votes Are Issued,
Kach copy of the Bulletin
will contain a coupon, which, when
properly filled out, will entitle the
holder to votes of the number speci
fied. This, number wilt vary from
day to day. No adyanco announce
ment o' the number of votes will be
given.1 Votes will also bo Issued ou
paid subscriptions to the Even-'
in g and Weekly Bulletin In,
pioportlon to the length of time
Buch subscriptions are paid In ac
cordance with the schedule-.appealing
Nominations Not Closed.
The nominations are not closed,
and will not, be' until the end
of the contest. You codld, If you
jrlsh, nominate a candidate on 'the
last day of the contest.
I Vote for Chaperone Contestant
In Evening Bulletin Popular
(This 'coupon is not good after Tuesday, May 17)
Fill in name of your favorite candidate and send to
the Bulletin Contest Department.
Standing of Chaperone Contestants
Mrs, Helen Siemson Hilo . 140,243
Mrs. Beggs, Puunene Hospital .... Puunene 125,010'
Mrs. W. C. Moore . .. Honolulu 106,035
Mrs, Henry Blake .... Koloa 11,170
Mrs. Ed. Daniels , Lahaina 6,781
Mrs. Henry E. Abbey .., Anahola 3,345
Mrs. Wra, Kruse. , Wahiawa 3,125
Standing of Trip Contestants
DISTRICT NO. 1.
Miss, Angie Pangelinan, Palm Cafe. .Honolulu . .-. 230,328
Miss Mary McCabe, Kapiolani Ma
ternity Home' Honolulu 161,439
Miss Emma Sasaki. 1457 Auld lane. Honolulu 123,754
Miss Mary Johnson, Johnson Sana
torium. ....'..., . Honolulu ...., 93.029
Miss Rebecca Macy , Waialua ; 45,588
Miss Honey V6s ..,.'. Honolulu 3,840
Miss Lucy Kopai' 915 Prospect St . . . Hoonlulu . .- 3,238
Miss Emma French, Sachs'' . H Honolulu 3,178
Miss lucy K. Barber ., Honolulu f. ,. 3,042
Miss Rose Amia Honolulu ' 3,030
Miss Mary Dias .... .' Honolulu 3,014
DISTRICT NO. 2. ' . '
Miss Emma Akamu Hilo 21.887
Miss Mary ,K. Keawehano . . ., Hilo 6,981
Miss Helen watson mo u,4Ul
Miss Queenie Scharratt. Kamnela. .Hilo : 4.293
Miss Louisa de Harne Eohala , 3,859
Miss Kathcnne Clark Kailua . 3,72s
Miss Kuulei Hapaii Hilo , 3.380
Miss Isabella Eoomoa, Keauhra. . . .North Kona , 3,278
luisa mime Jvai Axuunou . o,lU4
Miss Louisa Hapai Hilo .'.v.' 3,094
Mary H. Kawewehi Keauhou 3 nun
Miss Mary Nailima Pahala ....i 3,089
Miss Mary Arakawa , Hilo ,. 3 041
Miss Rpse K. Nalima , Hilo , 3,032
wn Annie aiu , o.suua . . . ., 3.013
DISTRICT NO. 3.
Miss Sarah Cockett, Lahaina . . 14 519
Miss Annabelle Mundon Kap&a '. 8500
Miss Mary Marciel . . . , Kahakuloa , 6212
Miss Scholtz. Circuit Court Wailuku ., 6383
" "" ' JLiinue ...,.., 4,200
Miss Mary Kaco, Kaunakakai ..... Molokai -.'. 4 Rig
Miss" Waiaholo Lahaina '...'..'. 4,114
IF YOUR TASTE RUNS TOWARD
THAT ARE ALWAYS PRIME AND WELL KEPT, LET
YOUR ORDER COME THIS WAY.
W. F. HEILBB0N, Proprietor
; 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 flood ' After Tuesday, May 17)
TOILET ARTICLES ARE UNSURPASSED, BY GOODS, OF
THIS. CHARACTER MADE IN AMERICA.' THEY. AP
PR0ACH THE QUALITY OF, THE FREN'OH PRODUC
TIONS. .WE HAVE .EVERYTHING HUDNUT MAKES.
Benson, Smith fe Co.
HOTEL AND .FORT, STREETS V
Every Member of the Family
WILL FIND USE FOR AN , . j.
EACH ONE CAN USE IT IN 'HIS OR HER OWN
ROOM, FOR IT CAN BE ATTACHED TO ANY LAMP
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
WE NEED THE MONEY AND YOU NEED OUR GOODS. THE GREATEST PRICE-SLASHING
A SALE EVER HELD AT
Yiee Chan .& Co.,
j, .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, aswe need the money.
THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY to buy your supply for the year. COME AND GET THE GREAT
EST BARGAINS WHILE THE STOCK IS COMPLETE.
. LADES' WEAR DEPARTMENT ' ' (
W we oftering GINGHAMS as long as they last at 15 yards for $1.
Latest 'designs in FANCY FLANNELETTES. Regular 124c and 15e. yard, slashed to 11 yards
for $1, .
, ' t LADIES, TAKE NOTICE!
"YOUR CHANCE to get NEW and STYLISH DRESSES at VERY LITTLE COST, in FINE MER
CERIZED. DRESS GOODS; PLAIN and FAN0Y COLORS. Regular 35c, 40c. and 45c. yard goods
SLASHED to '20o. per yard! .
WHERE HAVE THEY BEEN OFFERED BETTER AND BIGGER BARGAINS IN SILK MULLS,
Jtheyery LATEST CREATIONS! RegularJjOc.and 75c. yard goods slashed to 20e. and 35o! per yard.
"There is onlya"LIMITErTST0CK; of MULLS on hand. OUR ADyiCE TO Y0JT, IS: COME
VALENCIENNES LACES. EDGINGS and INSERTIONS Regular 75c, and $.20 per dozen
yards SLASHED TO 40c. and, 50c. per dozen yards.
EMBROIDERY EDGINOS Regular 10c. values reduced to 5c per yard; regular, 20c. and 25o.
values' redu'te.d' to 0c. per yard. '
C0R8ET COVER EMBROIDERY Regular price, 50c. tier yordj slashed to 20c. per yard.
EMBROIDERY FL0UN0INGS Regular price, $1.25 and $1.50; reduced to 65c; per yard. -LADIES'
LAWN AND EMBROIDERED SHIRTWAISTS Regular $1.25 values reduced' to480o.
each; regular $1.75 and $2 values reduced to $1.15 each,
MEN'S CLOTHING AND FURNISHING DEPARTMENT '
'We are offering the following values in order to clean out our entire stock:
MEN'S SUITS Tsgular .Price . . . . , $7.50 Slashed to $'3;B0.
MEN'S,SUITS Regular Price 9.00 Slashed to 4.50
MEN'S SUITS Regular Trice 11.50 Slashed to 6.00
MEN'S SUITS Regular iPricc 15.00 Slashed to . 10.00
MEN'S SUItS Regular Price 18.00 Slashed to 12.00
MEN'S SUITS Regular Price 20:00 Slashed to . . s 13.00
MEtfS SUITS Regular Price 25.00 Slashed to 16.50
These are GENUINE BARGAINS. Why not come and buy all 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 OVERSHIRTS Regular price, $1.'25; slashed to 75c. Regular pilce, 75c; slashed to
40c. " i
1 BALBRIGGAN UNDERSHIRTS 50c. quality reduced to 3 for $i.
ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS 50c. quality reduced to 3" for $1. ' ' '
MEN'S FANCY HALF HOSE Displayed in our Bethel street window. Worth 25c per pair;
slashed to 75o, per box of half dozen pairs, ' "'
A LARGE STOCK OF MEN'S, "WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SHOES WILL BE SOLD RE
GARDLESS OF.'COST.'T " '
6'JR' PRICES XRE POSITIVELY THE BIGGEST BARGAINS' OFFERED.
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