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EVHNINa nTJIAHTINj, IIONOMTT.Ui T H.. TIlUIlRnW, MAY .",, 1010
Standing Of District 1 Candidates
Seems To Determine Number Of
Votes To Be Cast
Ii lends of Mm C J llegga camed the moat popular matron. There
nnutlier shifting In tlio standing of time been innny contests In which
the cliniicroiie candidates when they the question of the "popular man"
ill posited almost fort) thou nan I or the "popular girl" has been de
Mitel jestcrilaj The otcs fur Mrs elded bj a good-natured battle of
Ileggs placed her at se.ond place, n ballots, l.mv the same method Is dis
position she had held until a few, elding the question as regards .
lounti back I matron.
This vw.s the out) change made
oniiing the -lonemlte-qalirornia trip ,.onilav. Mav ,. WW
runts, although n number of . .. ,,... , ,. ,,, ..
Standing of Chaperone Contestants
Mn. W. C. Moore Honolulu
Mn. Begjrs, Fuunene Hoipltal . ...Puunene
Mn. Helen Sieuisou t. ... Hilo ....
Mrs. Henry Blake Koloa ...
Mn. Ed. Daniels lahaina .
Mn. Henry E, Abbey Anahola .
Mrs. Wm. Kruse Wahiawa
Standing of Trip Contestants
Monday, May the, twenty-eighth,
Is the tlmo set for the close ot the
contest and all votes and subscrip
tions MUST be In the 11 u I I e 1 1 n
office on that date. The closing hour
will be at 8 o'clock p. m. on May
28th, utid those depending on the
malls to bring their subscriptions to
(the I)ullet In otTIco MUST have
all votes and subscriptions In the
ballot box beforn 8 o'clock p. m. on
that date. The judges for the final
count of 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 & friend
or relative to represent her and look
after her Interests during the final
count of the ballots.
Subscribers lending 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 given in the standing
vote schedule, are issued for each
Nominations Not Closed.
The nominations are not closed,
and will not bo until . the end
of the contest. You could, If you
wish, nominate a candidate on the
last day of the contest.
atptrunts, although n number
them Increased their totals
The balloting among the District
1 candidates was Interesting In that
It showed n seemingly equal ratio of
Mtes, deposited according to the
standing of the three leading trip
tnntestunts. Miss Sasaki, at thtr-J
p'ace. cast the largest ,ote, some
thing like the thousand otes,
Miss McCabe, at second, put In three
thousand; Miss I'angellnan, In first
plaie. deposited two thousand votes.
Watching Chaperone Contest.
Interest grows apace with the con
stant (.hanging of the relative posi
tions of the chaperone contestants
The contest among the matrons has
narrowed down to where It Is an
Inter-Island affair, with one promi
nent and popular entrant from each
of the four main Islands. Mrs.
Slemson represents Hawaii; Mrs.
lleggs. Maul, Mrs Moore, Oahu, and
Mis. lllake Is an active candidate on
Knual White the total of this last
named candidate Is comparative!)
small at the present time, the Indl
cations are good that she will In
crease her vote total considerably
during the next ten das. Whether
It will be sufficient to endanger the
standing of tlio other three candi
dates remains to be seen.
With all due compliment to the
endeavors of the other district can
didates and their friends, there Is
no uncertainty In the statement that
the greatest number ot people have
their Interest centered In the out
come ot the chaperone contest.
The cause of this Interest Is easily
ascertained. It Is the first time In
the history of Island contests that) Bulletin Business Office Phone 256
a test has. been made as to who Is Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185
DISTRICT NO. 1.
Miss Angie Pangelinan, Palm Cafe. .
Miss Mary McCabe, Kapiolani Ma
Miss Emma Sasaki. 1457 Auld Lane.
Miss Mary Johnson, Johnson Sana'
Miss Rebecca Macy
Mils Honey vols
Mi Lucy Kopa, 015 Prospect St. . .
Mils Emma French, baens'
Miss Lucy K. Barber
Misi Koie Amta
Miss Mary Dias
DISTRICT NO. 2.
Miss Emma Akamu
Miss 'Mary K. Keawehano
Miss Helen Watson
Miss Queenle Scharratt, Kamuela..
Miss Louisa de Harne .......
Miss Katherine Clark
Miss Kuulei Hapali
Miss Isabella Eoomoa, Keauhou
Miss Annie Kai
Miss Louisa Hapai
Mary H. Kawewehl
Miss Mary Nailima
Miss Mary Arakawa
Miss Rose K. Nalima
Miss Annie Aiu
DISTRICT NO. 3.
Miss Sarah Cockett
Hiss Annabelle Mundon
Miss Man Marciel
Miss Scholte. Circuit Court ...
Miss Alice Ai
Mils Mary Kaoo, Xaunakakai '.
Kailua .'. ...
Keauhou . .'
Kapaa . ...
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Fill in name and district of your favorite 'candidate
and -send to the Bulletin Contest Department.
(Not Good After Tuesday, May 17)
Will Not Prohibit
VOTERS should hesitate about taking any steps that will
upset the present liquor law and replace it with some
thing that will undoubtedly be a very poor substitute, i.e.) a
prohibition law. It public sentiment demands a stricter en
forcement of the liquor traffic, or a restriction on the number
and conduct of saloons, the present law reposes ample, power
in the hands ot the Liquor Commissioners for that purpose. If.
public sentiment is not strong enough to enforce the present
law more strictly how can it be expected that that same public
sentiment will strictly enforce a prohibition law.
The only practical result a prohibition law can have is the
destruction or confiscation of property of citizens and the
transference ot the liquor business to mainland concerns who
will be unaffected by any prohibition law the Territory may
pass owing to constitutional rights regarding jnterstate com
merce. An analysis of the various phases of. this subject will
be made in this space from time to time.
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BY SUPREME COURT
In Case cf Van Qieson vs. Magoon
Plaintiff Wins Out Ditterence
on Minor Points.
llcm Van Olesori In bis suit
against J, Alfred Magoon, to recov
ei IC2G.07 expended by him In attor
ney's fees and tosts, has won hi
case In the Supremo Court, the de
cision being hnnded down jesterday.
Chief Justice Hartwell wrote the
opinion of the court, and Associate
Justices Perry and De Holt ngiec
except In the matter of the validity
of the agreement and the attorney's
Magcon took the case of Van Ole
um vs. Made, Involving the owner
ship of ceitalu land, under an agree
men to defend the case and Incur
nil the costs provided n portion ot
the land was deeded to him. Later
he counseled compromising the case
Instead of appealing to the United
States Supreme Court. Van Qieson
appealed, and Incurred other fees
amounting to 1300 and costs en this
appeal which he brought suit against
Magoon to recover.
The points covered In the opinion
of the court were: Contracts The
agreement ot the defendant with tlio
plaintiff required him to defend the
plaintiff's case to the court of last
resort to which the same might be
appealed, Champerty and mainte
nance Agreement of au attorney at
luw to d'.fend a case for a uhni o of
the property'luvolved In It; such an
agreement Is not Illegal or void by
the law of Hawaii. Attorney and
client Itefusal to accept attorney's
advice to compromise; an uttorney Is
nut discharged from an agreement
to defend his client's cabe by the
client's refusal to accept the nttor
noy's advice to compromise. vl
dence Heasonableness of attorney's
fees; the reasonableness of feo
charged by nil uttorney must be
Bhowu b) evidence In addition to a
showing of the kind of tcrvlce per
In his opinion ot tlio contract the
Chief Justice says In part; "The con
tract Is not unluwful because against
principles of law In force here, nor
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Neurb over) city In tho great west
has a ltal Interest In tho great ovonts
that transpired at Nomo In lQon, when
the stampede to the bench diggings
tooK place, mat nny piny or uook
an cltj In this country.
.determined man. a diamond in thp
tvut'u in jn-acii wiuiv iiiv iiirjiv . luiiftii mat in mime uvur uj uiu iiiiik-
he little thought that his story or tho enco of a city girl, a girl or a illtTeron
trials and tribulations of the hardy type than what he Is usod to. Ever'
northern miners would hrlng him fame . character represented In "Tho Spoil-
treating or those ovents Is almost per-1 anil fortune. The character ot Olo-lers" la a true, type of men ami women
sonnl. That is why "The 8poller8"ilstrr, part owner of the Midas mlno. that are found In tho Alaska gold
will nlwajs bo "h. welcome, visitor to Is n character true to life, a dogged fields.
Is It a contract to do anj thing which Eight pages ure occupied to ex
Is prohibited by statute orVhlch Is press tho opinion ot the Chief Jus
immoral. Jt Is not the prac- tlc.e, and eleven for Justice Terry's
tlso of uttoinojs of recognized stand- opinion,
Ing to encourage filvoloug litigation.
Wu believe that the 'ambulance at-J Scrubbing brushes should always
torncy' Is not yel In evidence hero, be hung up when not In use, bo that
and It Is to be hoped that he never, the bristles have a chanco of drying.
W be."' Tbey will last far longer If treated
Closing the opinion, Justice, Hart- ln th,s wny'
well sajs: "Unless the sum's paid I To prevent starched article" stick-
for attorneys fees, amounting to Ing to the Iron add a pinch ot Ball
1300, shall be remitted by tho and a little lump of lard to the,
p'alntlrf within five days, a new. boiled starch.
trial Is granted. The exceptions ro-J
luting to fees are sustained." I
Justice 1'eny states In beginning:
'! concur In the foregoing opinion,'
but on two ot the subjects under
consideration shall staleNnore at
Ipngth my reasons for my concur
lence," ln closing, he states: "In
ray opinion ihe evidence, on this sub
ject of fees was Insufficient to sup
port a erdlct for the plaintiff. lie
did not sustain the burden which the
law pluces upon him to prove the
reasonableness of the fees paid."
Associate Justice De Holt; "With
regard to the validity of the agree
ment and the attorney's fees, I adopt
the reasoning of Mr. Justice Perry.
In nil other respects I concur In the
opinion of tle Chief Justice,"
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Fill in name of your favorite candidate and send to
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