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EVENING nOM.ETIN. HONOLULU. T. H., WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1910
The Planning And Campaigning Of
Trip Aspirants A Matter Of
No-startling changes resulted from mine In jeslcrdny there wore quite
jikU'iiIio'b Hairing In tliu Yoseinlto- u number of packnRis which were
California CotitfHt Twelve cnndl- rolled up. Tlic K v e n I n k It u 1
dates advanced their totals and re- let In wishes to mil the attention
tnlned tholr former positions, but of the entrants to the fact that If!
yiuioill maKing ai. uiivuimigv i,i:iy is uetesxurj in suiiu in wie cuupuni
candidate who cast enough votes to Hat ninl not rutted up- When the)
threaten the contestant ahead of her, are Hat It is easier to count and to
had the effiLt counterbalanced b)
the leading candidate, who cast as
many or more votes. ,
Mrs. Moore cast by far the most
voles of the chaperono contestants.
oud Miss JIacj made the greatest In
Standing of Chapcrone Contestants
Mrs. W. C. Moore Honolulu .1 170,253
Mm. Helen Sitrasun Hilo '....150,089
Mrs. Befrgs, Puunene Hospital ... ..Fuuncne 126,200
Mrs, Hem v Blake ..Koloa 11,629
Mts. Kd. Ilanleli Lahaina 0,785
Mis. Henry E. Abbey Anahola 3,345
Mrs Win. Kruse . Wahtawa 3,125
Standing of Trip Contestants
DISTRICT NO. 1. '
Miss Angie Pangtlinan, Palm Cafe. .Honolalii ,. , 237,155
Mm Mary McCabe, Kapiolani Ma , -. . .
temity Home Honolulu ., 174,200
Miss Emma Sasaki. 1457 Auld Lane .Honolulu 126,307
Miss Mary Johnson, Johnson Sana
torium Honolulu 93,472
Miss Rebecca Macy .Waislua 47,608
Miss Honey Voss Honolulu . ... 3,840
Miss Lucy Kopa, 915 Proipett St... Hoonluln 3,238
Miss Emma Trench, Sachs' 'Honolulu o.ivu
Miss Lucy K. Barber ."Honolulu 3,042
Miss Rose Amia ; Honolulu 3,030
Miss Mary Dias Honolulu 3,014
. DISTRICT NO. 2. ' -W , onl
Miss Emma Akarau gilo 21,904
Miss Mary K. Keawehano Hilo 7,081
MIh IWm Wnt.rni Hllo . . . .Y 6,401
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arrange and classify them. Votes
for the lall) count should 1' In the
ballot box b II o'clock p. in
IVmiii llin utitiitila If (utt.lit LdAin
.I.... .1 ..i.... i.. ti.nIXTi'i Oiipfn(. Rrlinrrnit Vamnln
IIIUI UIU lUIHVOi II. 111 (JKie'SSIll HI IIIU - W..W HV., &UU.MH.H. ,
siiiie Binouth, orderly, and sometimes 'Miss Louisa de Harne ohala
crease among the trip contestants.! uninteresting way of the ordinary MS J?a'er'"5 Clark
.1 I lliaa li mil! TTnnrtlt
Kailua ..: 3,728
Miss Sasaki advanced her totals unti
she Is at a point to make her a dan
gerous competitor for sevond place
In District 1, held by Miss McCabe.
Knough single ballots were cast by
friends of Miss l'angellnan to Indl
late that her friends are not at all
eonlldeut of her position, een
though Bhe has a lead of seventy
thousand otes. These friends know
hat the position at first place can
not be held unless the keep up their
support, and knowing so, they save
nd deposit the little otcs as as
siduously as at the beginning of the
Children were much In evidence
many of the contestants owe tnctr
gains to the fact that their little
helpers worked tirelessly collecting
coupons for them from the neigh
bors. Do Not Roll Votes.
With the thousands of votes which
... .... .. ttii i o oon
suciessful contest, with an occasion- .A-U,m" "apa ; 5 "''"' " S'SS"
ni finrrv nr intes juiss isaocua noomoa, Jieaunou. ,,. '" ,
ni nurrj oi voies. ,,... . . v-i V....V.n 9 1IU
llnl ll.iwn nil Ilia Inal In whn hmn "'" AlHlie JW "y"4' """
a glimpse of the plots and counter
plots, the p'nuiilng and campaign
ing, nnd the endless activity of ths
free trip aspirants, predict that when
the fluul closing (lay rolls around the.
people of these Islands will be treat
ed to the greatest surprise of tholr
llu's from the voting contest stand
The contest Is a thing of many
uncertainties and one certainty. The
Miss Louisa Hapai Hilo ' 3,094
Mary H. Kawcwehl .....Keauhou ...' 3,080
Miss Mary Nailima Pahala 3,089
Miss Mary Arakawa Hilo .- 3,041
Miss Rose K. Nalima r.Hilo .: 3,032
Miss Annie Aiu Kailua 3,013
DISTRICT NO. 3.
Miss Sarah Cockett Lahaina 14,530
Miss Annabclle Mundon Kapaa ....,., 8,500
Miss Mary Marciel ,. .Kahakuloa 6,212
Miss Scholtz. Circuit Court Wailuku 6,383
MI. AHr AI T.lhn.' 4.280
many uncertainties concern thequw-MjM Mary Kaoo Kaunakakai Molokai 4,215
tlon ofw ho will be the winners, and Miss Waiaholo Lahaina 4,114
mo one certainty is mat me struggle
festerdav In collecting votes, unirfwill be un Interesting one, and with,
such an array of aggressive cnndl- lions MUST bo In tho 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n. ballot box bsforn 8 o'clock p. m. on
mat uaio. inu juukcs lur mc una.
count of, the ballots will be chosen
dates the battle for supremacy will ofllco on that date. The closing hour
be hard fought to the very finish.
Contest Closes May 28, 8 p. m.
Monda, May the twenty-eighth.
Is tho time set for the close of tho
contest and all votes and subscrlp-
will be at 8 o'clock p.t m. on May
28th,. and those depending on the
malls to bring their subscriptions to
the II ti 1 1 e 1 1 n ofllco MUST have
all votes and subscriptions In tho
from prominent business men of Ho
nolulu; their names will be announc
ed In duo season. Each contestant
will have the right to select a friend
You can feel strength and energy oozing out
of your pores with every drop of perspiration.
Work because you have to. And thirsty!! Can't
quench it. YouH enjoy a delicious, sparkling glass of
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va sb th mmta i
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'You'll feel the difference-cool, comfortable, refreshed.
Thirst delightfully quenched. Now, isn't it worth
GET THE GENUINE
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Thirst-Ouenchino- JW whenever
M3U sec an
Bottleii Exclusively in Honolulu by
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WE HEED THE MONEY AND YOU NEED OUR G00D3. THE OREATEST PRICE-SLASHING
SALE EVER HELD AT
Yee Chan &' Co.,
CORNER KING AND BETHEL STREETS
For Two WeeRs 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 sunply for the year. COME AND GET THE GREAT
EST BARGAINS WHILE THE STOCK IS COMPLETE.
LADIES' WEAR DEPARTMENT
We are offering GINGHAMS as lonpr as they last at 15 yards for $1.
Latest designs in FANCY FLANNELETTES. Regular 12'2c. and 16c. yard, slashed to 11 yards
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE!
YOUR CHANCE to get NEW and STYLISH DRESSES at VERY LITTLE COST, in FINE MER
CERIZED DRESS GOODS; PLAIN and FANCY COLORS. Regular 35c, 40c. and 45c. yard goods
SLASHED to 20c. per yard.
WHERE HAVE THEY BEEN OFFERED BETTER AND BIGGER BARGAINS IN BILK MULLS,
the very LATEST CREATI0N3? Regular 50c, and 75o. yard goods slashed to 20c. and 35o. per yard.
There is only a LIMITED STOCK of MULLS on hand. OUR ADVICE TO YOU IS: COME
VALENCIENNES LACES. EDGINGS and INSERTIONS Regular 75c. and $1.20 per dozen
yards SLASHED TO 40c. and 60e. per dozen yards.
EMBROIDERY EDGINGS Regular 10c. values reduced to 5c. per yard; regular 20o. and 25o.
values reduced to 10c. per yard.
CORSET COVER EMBROIDERY Regular price, 60c. ner yard; slashed to 20c per yard.
EMBROIDERY FLOUNCINGS Regular price, $1.25 and $1.50; reduced to 65c. 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
We 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 Regular Price 9.00 Slashed to 4.50
MEN'S SUITS Regular Price 11.50 'Slashed to G.00
MEN'S SUITS Regular Price" 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 13.00
MEN'S SUITS Regular Price 25.00 Slashed to 16.50
These are GENUINE BARGAINS. Why not come and buv 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 pricej'$1.25; slashed to 75c. Regular price, 75c; slashed to
40c. ' v
BALBRIGGAN UNDERSHIRTS 50c. quality reduced to 3 for $1.
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 75c. 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. . , !
OUR PRICES ARE POSITIVELY THE BIGGEST BARGAINS OFFERED.
REMEMBER! WE NEED THE MONEY AND YOU NEED OUR GOODS. .
I YEE CHAN & CO., Cor. King and Bethel
or relative to represent her and look
after her Interests during the final
count of the ballots.
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 long 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
crone contestant. An equal number
of votes, as given in the standing
vote schedule, are issued for each
Nominations Not Closed.
The nominations are not closed,
and will not be until the end
of the contest. You could, If you
wish, nominate a candidate on the
last day of the contest.
Each copy of tho D u 1 1 e 1 1 n
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
day to day. No advance announce
ment of the number of votes will be
given.' Votes will also be issued ou
paid subscriptions to the E v e n
1 n g and Weekly H u 1 1 e 1 1 n In
pioportlon to the length of time
such subscriptions are paid In ac
cordance with the Bcbedule appear
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.
Honolulu, where they settled down.
However, lote's drenm was shat
tered, for on January 11, 1909, Ka
nltaro left the little wife In Hono
lulu and went back to Kuuul, refus
ing to return to her or support her
In any way.
After more than a year of neglect
Tanm petitioned for divorce from her
absent husband, nnd yesterday Judge
Robinson grunted tho decree.
IKE VALUE OF
Yesterday In Judge Robinson's
court, an absolute divorce was grant
ed Tama Ynaul from her husband
Kanitaro on grounds of non-support,
and thus ended a romance begun
yeais ago In Nippon.
Kunlturo came to Huwall severnl
years ago, leaving his sweetheart
Tamu-Suu In the land ot tho Mi
kado, promising to wall until ho
should send for her to come to tho
fair Isles of the Pacific, After
months ot waiting the welcome mes.
sage came, and Tama embarked for
the unknown land and her waiting
-.ie was met at the quarantine sta
tion here by Kanitaro, In company
with Hev. Mutoliuwa, and the mar
riage' ceieinony was performed at the
station In March, 1907, before the
girl had baldly set her foot on Amer
They Hed for only two months
In Honolulu, going to Kauai, where
a year was spent, then returning to
Is proven by the very large percent
age of physicians' prescriptions for
same remedies found In every drug
store in America, but as thoy are
written In Latin, few patients real
ize this fact.
The old standard proprietary med
icines like Lydla R. Plnkham's Vege
table Compound, that have stood the
test of time, deserve a place In every
family medicine chest, and It Is most
certain they would not be prescribed
by ph)slclans if they were able to
devise a formula equally as effica
IN SEVEN MINUTES
In seven minutes yesterday after
noon tho Jury In the case of tho sail
ofb of tho W. F. nabcock, charged with
mutiny, returned a verdict ot not guil
ty and the men were discharged.
The trial of these sailors t)as been
on for three days In the Federal Court
but tho evidence submitted failed tu
provo mutiny against them In tho
minds of tho Jurors.
They oblectcd to sailing on the Dab-
cock unless the mate was sent ugho'e
nnd tried ror assault and Datiery ior
his brutal handling ot tho men, but
the mato sailed with the ship scot-free
and tho sailors who refused to sail
were arrcsteiLas mu'lnecrB.
CARD OF THANK8.
Mr. and Mri. A. Bchleber wish to ox-
lnn.1 ll.nlr Ihnnka tn friends WllO Were
so kind to them, and for their floral
offerings, during their recent bereavo-
ment at tho ueaiu oi an imam ciiiiu.
"Have you ever thought of going
on tho stage:" "Yes, frequently,"
"What has kept you from doing boT"
"Tho managers, the mean things!"
r Chicago Itecord-Herald.
I Vote for Trip Contestant
In Evening Bulletin Popular
Fill in 'name and district ot your favorite candidate
and send to the Bulletin Contest Department,
(Not Oood After Tuesday, May' 17)
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