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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.; SATURDAY, MAT 7, 1910.
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
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 5006 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 id a tremium certificate for
3000 VOTES. '
FIVE NEW OR OLD YEARLY WEEKLY EDITION
SUBSCRIPTIONS ORDERED DURING THE SAME PERIOD
WILL ENTITLE THE CANDIDATES. FOR WHOM THE
VOTES ABE ISSUED TO A PREMIUM CERTIFICATE FOR
ITVE'YEAR SUBSCRIPTIONS WILL COUNT ONLY AS
THIS WEEK'S OFFER CLOSES SATURDAY, MAY. 7,
AT"5 P. M.
VOTES MUST BE TAKEN OUT 'WEEK OF OFFER
AND SUBSCRIPTION PAYMENT.
THERE. IS NO LIMIT TO THE NUMBER OF SUBSCBIP
TIOlfcLUBS THAT MAY BE TURNED IN DURING ANY
ONE WEEK. - '
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS, WHETHER ORDERED AT
BULLETIN OFFICE OR THROUGH SOLICITORS OF
THE CONTEST DEPARTMENT, OR THROUGH ANY OF
OF THE CANDIDATES FOR WHOM THE VOTES Are"
Standing of Chaperon? Contestants
Mrs. Beees, Pnnnene Hoipital . . . .Puunene .' ) 175,810
Mrs. W. O. Moore Honolulu 172,124
Mrs. Helen Siemson Hilo 150,409
Mrs. Henry Blake Koloa 11,557
Mrs. Ed. Daniels Lahaina .............
Mrs. Henry E. Abbey Anaholn
Mrs. Wm. Kruse Wahiawa
Standing of Trip Contestants
DISTRICT NO. 1.
Miss Angle Pan(?elinan, Palm Cafe. .Honolulu ". 240,310
MUs uary lucuaoe, xapioiani Ma
ternity Home Honolulu 178,102
Miss Emma Sasaki. 1457 Auld Lane. Honolulu., 131,GG0
Mits Mary Johns6n, Johnson Sana
torium Honolulu 93,483
Miss Rebecca Macy Waialua 50,110
Miss Honey Voss , Honolulu 3,840
Miss Lucy Kopa, 015 Prospect St. . .Hoonlulu 3,238
Miss Emma French, Sachs' Honolulu 3,170
Miss Lucy K. Barber Honolulu 3,042
Miss Rose Amia Honolulu 3,030
Miss Mary Dias Honolulu 3,014
v DISTRICT NO. 2. ., ..,
Miss Emma Akamu Hilo 21,012
Miss Mary K. Keawehano .. : JJj o J.0"
Miss Helen Watson Hi o - 0.401
Mfss Queenle Scharratt. Kamuela. .". , .' ,aw
Miss Louisa de .Harne Kohala , 3,850
Miss Katherine Clark Kailua 3,726
Miss Kuulei Hapaii Hilo i , 3,380
Miss Isabella Koomoa. Keauhou. . . ."North Kona 3,278
.Miss Annie Koi Keauhou 3,104
Miss Louisa nana! Hilo , 3,094
Mary H. Kawewehl &caunon ,uau
Miss Mary Nalllma Pahala i 3,089
Miss Mary Arakawa Hilo 3,041
Miss Rose K. Naliraa .....Hilo 3,032
Miss Annie Aiu Kailua 3,013
DISTRICT NO. 3. '
Miss Sarah Cockett Lahaina i 14,508
Miss Annabelle Mundon Kapah -. 8,500
Miss Mary Marciel , Kohakuloa 6,217
Miss Scholtz. Circuit Court Wailuku 6,383
Miss Alice Al , Lihue, 4,260
Miss Marv Knoo. 'Kaunakakai Molokai 4.215
Miss Waiaholo Lahaina ,.,K , 4,114
Tho nominations nro not closed.
and will not bo until tho end
ot tho contest. You could. If you
wish, nomlnato a candidate on the
last day ot tho contest.
The scores of the Yosemite-Cali-fornia
contestants as a result of yes
terday's , 'balloting have not been
computed. All votes cast will be
counted today and the candidates'
standing will be given in Monday's
Promises of Suooort.
Candidates should Insist on their
friends malting good their promises,
08 often something turns up which
causes them to chango their minds,
and )ou lofo several hundred votes
which you might as woll havo .had.
Collect 'at once; do not bo put oft by
promises. It Is us easy for a man to
pay today as a week from today.
All tho contestants are doing very
good work, and ou would ba sur
prised to know how fast tho sub
scriptions are coming In to this of
fice. Candidates should poll n few
votes every day to let their friends
know that they aro still In the race,
Premium Offer for Workers.
A standing weekly premium offer
to all contestants Is being made that
entitles ecry candldato to a pre
mium certificate for (Ho thousand
votes for ecry club of three new or
thrro old dally subscriptions;
ccrtlllcate for three thousand votes
Is given for every club of six-month
dally subscriptions; two thousand
five1 hundred votes nro given for five
new or five old weekly subscriptions.
The only requirement Is that the
subscriptions be turned In between
Jlonday morning and G o'clock ot the
following Saturday of every week.
The premium offer Is a standing one
that wilt not bo deviated from In any
manner during tho root of the con
test. There Is no limitation on the
number of clubs that may bo turned
In In any ono week.
Contest Closes May 28, 8 p. m.
saiuraay, May me iweiuy-eiEiun.
Is the time set for the close of the
contest and all votes and subscrip
tions MUST be In tho Hullo tin
ofllco on that date. She closing hour
will be at 8 o'clock p. m. on May
28th, and thoso depending on the
malls to bring their subscriptions to
tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n office MUST have
all votes and subscriptions In the
ballot box before 8 o'clock p. m. on
that 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 tho right to select a friend
or relative to represent her and look
after her interests during the final
count of the ballots.
Special Notioe. A
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 entities' 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 DI8TRICT3 ARE A8 FOLLOWS
District No. 1 Includes the City and
County of Honolulu.
District No. 2 includes tho County
District No. 3 Includes tho Counllci
ot .Molokai and Maul. ,
Thoro aro flvo trips that aro appor
tioned as follow
Two to District No. 1.
Ono to District No. 2,
Ono to District No. 3.
Tho firth trip goes to tho matron
who secures tho most voles' for chap-
Don't forget the candidate for
chaperons are candldatee-at-large.
You may take the trip any time you
choose, singly or In groups
VOTES ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL
LOWED A8 FOLLOWS
Ono month's subscription to tho
Evening Bullotl n Old . sub
scription, 100 totes; now .subscrlp
tlon, 125 votes.
Threo months' subscription to the
Evening Bullotl n Old sub
scription, 350 votes; new subscription
Six months' subscription to the
Evonlng Bulla tin Old sub
scrlptlon, 800 otes; new subscription
Ono year's subscription to tho
Evonlng Bui lot in Old sub
scription, 2000 votes; now subscrlp
tlon, 2500 votes.
Prince Tsai T'ao's Refusal to Accept
Gifts Arouses Orientals China,
town Placarded, With Insults.
SAN ritANCISCO., Apr. 23. Local
Chlneso are Indignant and ashamed
over tho action of 1'jrlnce Tsal T'oo,
minister of war, .uncle ot, tho Km-
peror and brother of the Prince He
gent of the Imperial icunplref iln de
liberately Ignoring their gilts, their
expressions ot welcome and esteem.
v The walls ot Chinatown early to
day ,were placarded with lampoons
of tho youthful nobleman In which
ho was referred to as a "child" whoso
Ignorance, and lack of "politeness was
only forgivable becauso of his youth.
Scurrilous jingles and caustic
comments on tho Prince wcro blnron
od In red nnd black In Chinatown.
Tho Oriental quartor seethed with
wrath and tho placards had been up
but a short time beforo they wcro
surrounded by .crowds of Chinese.
Lntor the six companies took notion
and nfter a conference decided to
ordor the placards down. Thoro was
talk of resistance, but finally the
assallantu ot the Prince gate In and
tho offending signs wcro removed
rio years' subscription to the
Evonlng Bullotl n Old sub
scrlpuon, 15,000 votos; now subscrip
Ono year's subscription to the
Weekly Bulletin Old subscrip
tion, 100 votes; now subscription, 125
Five years' subscription to the
Weekly Bulletin Old subscrip
tion, 1250 votes; now subscription,
2000 votes. '
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN 18
Ono month's subscription to the'
Bvonlng, Bulletin, 75 cents.
Three tnontlib' subscription to' the
Evening Bulletin, $2.00.
Six months' subscription to the
evening.. Bulletin, $4 00.
Twelve, months' subscription to tho
Evening Hullotln, $8.00,
Flvo years' subscription to the
Evonlng Hullotln. $40.00.
One year's subscription to 'the
Woekly B.ulletln, $1.00.
Five years' . subscription to tho
Woejsly BvUetln, $500.
Address; all inquiries to
MANAGER, CONTEST SEPT.,
.Honolulu, T. H.
A DAINTY TOILET ARTICLE.
'Every mdy who desires to keep up
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 Good After Tuesday, May 17) (
Has No Manners.
The placards referred to tho
Prince as a "oung man who eauio
from tho country nnd hnd failed to
learn even country mannora before
learning city manners."
Similar. phrases and worsa Indi
cated the lpcal Chlneso contempt for
tho luoxpcrlouro of the Prince. There
was Indicated a feeling that tho
home gbvifnmcnt had offered an In
sult to tho United States and to tho
Chinese In America by sending a
"child" as ,u representative of the
nation and the Chinese here.
Although Chief ot Police Martin
Bald -that no application tor protec
tion for the Prince had been mado.
he would take precautions against
n possible hostllo demonstration
ngalnst the Prince upon the diplo
mat's ileuarture for Washington to
day. ' I
It is believed that when Prlnco
Tsal T'fto. arrives nt New York ho
will npt bo as enthusiastically receiv
ed there by tho Chinese tag he was
In Sau Francisco, "
Arouses Turmoil. , -
Tho action of the Prlnco which
aroused the turmoil occurred last
night when ho abruptly called to his
retinue, and led them from the room
at the Palace Hotel wJiou he was be
ing presented with n vase, a punch
fct and a silver loving cup by local
TEN-MINUTE CAfe SERVICE
THE KAIMUKI DISTRICT is making such rapid pro
gress with the development and improvement
going on in the New Ocean View Tract
that the Honolulu Rapid Transit & Land Co. are com-
rpelled to install a ten minute service which goes into
effect immediately after the- necessary switches now
under construction, are completed. This service indi
cates that the New Ocean View Tract, with
its high elevation, delightful climate, ' and beautiful
scenery will become the best residential district of
Greater Honolulu. It also indicates that the Honolulu
Rapid Transit & Land Co. are making preparations to
eventually extend their line according to their charter,
and we suggest that you buy now while you have an
opportunity to secure a beautilul homesite at reason
le prices and terms.
The New Ocean View
An Ideal Place To Live
ARTESIAN WATER, HIGH ELEVATION, 'ELECTRIC LIGHTS, " "
DELIGHTFUL CLIMATE, PAVED STREETS, KOKO HEAD BREEZE.
SUFFICIENT RAINFALL, EXCELLENT SOIL, LEVEL PROPERTY
COOL AND. HEALTHFUL, GOOD L0CaiTI0N,.PURE ATMOSPHEEE.
Take the VTai 1'e car. and upon voir arrival at Kaimuki cal at our branch, office in charge
of Dr. Hutchinson, v o will be pleased to show you the property ami supply you with maps, liter
ature and all the infoimation you may require. Our fixed prices. fe-l$50Cfc er comer lots and $400
for inside lots: size. 75 ft. xl50 ft., or 11.250 so. ft each. OiiV tfriaxrafe 150 cash down and 510
per month on each lot. Call up Telephone 650 and mike an apjJbinMitmE with "one of our represen
tatives. s s --
KING AND FORT STREETS,
WAIALAE AND KOKO HEAD AVENUE
SaSlMSawBsfrw'iwTjy ffPwl s imyWBjBy M
SlEiSSSJSBSKjJllff 1 flj ft. 1 1 21 I wZflHsttfrSBMiMJB
t ! i
Joking parlor is the
latest move in the un
dertaking line, where
families can be accom
modated with sleeping
kitchen and bathroom.
Call and inspect. 31
M. E. SilvaVRes. Undertaking Parlors
34 Chaplain Lane, opp. Catholic Sisters
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LA8T TIME TONIGHT
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ler attractive appearance, wnne ui -""""" uu"""
the Th'eater attending ItecepMons,) The Chlneso hero can(glyo,,mi,rcaT
when shopping, while traveling ana ron tor the action except Hint ns-
on all occasions should carry In hsr blgned on tne placards ot uiiuaiown.
purse a booklet ot Oouraud's Orien- Th0 1'rince. apparontly unruffled
tal Beauty Leaves. This hi a dainty by tho Chinatown trouble, autocd
lttla booklet of exquisitely perfumed through Golden Onto Park and vis-
powdered leaves which are easily re-'ltcd the 1'resldlo before leaving for
noved and applied to the skin. It Is Oakland, where his special train for
Invaluable when the face becomes Washington was waiting shortly be
nolflt and flushed and Is far superior fore noon to bear him eastward,
to a powder puff, as It does not spill .
and soil the clothes. ,
It removes dirt, soot and grease
from the face, lrnnartlnc a cool, del-
I cato bloom to the complexion. Bent
.anywhere on recolpt of Flvo Conts
' n stamps or coin. .
.F. T. Hopkins, 374 Great OonVs St.,
' New -York?
TO CUREACOLD IN ONEDAY
Take Laxative Dromo Qulnino
Tablets. All druggists refund
tho money if it fails to qure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
oach box j.- '.,
PARIS MI2DICINE CO, St. U)JUi,
Tonight will be tho last pcrformanco
of Tho SiKjllors." This excellent plaj
has enjojed a splendid run and has
moro than pleased tho many patron?
ot the McKne Stock Co.. Commencing
noxt Monday tho coinpany will offer
that tfoll known success "Tho Ocntle-
innn ITOm Mlfc6lBBlHl,' a tqiU'intM
play dealing with political llfo In
Washington, and tho (rials and irlbu
latlons of a new Senator.
Mr. Mcltao has arranged for a big
production of "IOali Klcsclmu" for thu
lntor part of tho week., This play U
Well known and tho forthcoming prj
ductlon will bo welcome flow's to the
ater patrons of this city, Tho sccnlo
urilsts and carpenters havo tbo pro
duction of ''When Knighthood Was In
Honor,"' nearly completed. Tills wll
be ono of tho most clabprato produc
tions of tlioMcltao season.
When Dauy was elcK, wo gave her
When bIio was a Child, sho crlod tor
When tho became Miss, she clung to
When she bad Children, sho gave them
THE WILD AND
Wo'll suffer no contrition
IYom Woolley1 Imposition
run theso charming' Isles
up lo lloylo. v
Thcro will be no detrition
Or foolish oxhlbltion.
On July 26th his gamo wo'll spoil.
Now, Just for supposition
Wo tako on prohibition
What n clamiy llttio lulo this
Hut that is old tlmo fiction
WUh no Interposition
Our present good condition
nereis against submission
To John O. Woolloy's guff about re-
Wo'll nght nil opposition
In our Jurisdiction
To regulato our own John Barleycorn.
There'll ho a slight division
On Hawaii prohibition
And "butt In" Woollo'lt find he's oft
Wa'ro peoplo ot ambition
Oct up nnd-do-lt Itlon
And not an Island full ot common
M. F. C.
I'octa may bo bom, but a waiter girl
Is maid to order. i w
A way to removo woods Is to marry
- w ..k
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
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