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TOTALS JUMP BY
Another Change In The Chaperone
Leaders As a Result Of
I Vote for Chaperone Contestant
In Evening Bulletin Popular
' Voting Contest
n it a
HEAVY POLLING IN LAST
Miss Emma Akarau. .
Mrs. Helen Siemson.
Mrs. W. C. Moore.. .
Miss Mary McCabe..
M " M tt 8 it Jg given for every club of nlx-jnonth
It SS dally subscriptions; two thousand
U fle liundred votes are given for five
n new or five old weekly subscriptions.
H The only requirement Is that the
.31,253 H subscriptions be turned In between
22,550 H Monday morning and fi o'clock of the
.22,230 ' following Saturday of every week.
.19,230 ll Tlle premium olterls n standing one
t: that will not be deviated from In nny
It it n manner during the rest of the con-
1 test. There Is no limitation on the
Koiir candidates two trip niiii number of clubs that may be turned
two chaperone contestants In the ' ' "y one week.
Yusemlte-Callfornla Contest lacked Contest Closes May 28, 8 p. m.
less than five thousand votes of cast- Saturday, JIuy the twenty-eighth.
Ing a hiindrcd thousand totes for the ' the tln' et for the close of the
Saturday count. .contest and all votes and subscript
' The Note of Miss Kmnrn Akamu. ,',n9 MUST 'be In the tt u 1 I e 1 1 n
district leader in District 1. was one "1,;e " tlmt da,e- The clo8,"B '
of these, and she also gained tho w"' ue Bt 8 'clo:k P. ". on May
credit of casting tho first heavy vote -"" ",,u u,oso apeuing on me
"nr.la,l frn llnwnll Th ll.r nii 0 brlllg their Subscriptions tO
the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n office MUST have
nil otes and subscriptions In the
(This coupon is not good after Saturday, May 21)
Fill In name or your favorite candidate and send to
the Bulletin Contest Department.
Standing of Chaperone Contestants
recorded from Hawaii. The other
trip contestant who cast a b'g voto
wn. Mtfta Mnrv Mrfnhw whn hv Imp
Clg vote moved up within six thou- b,",lot box beforn 8 'clock P m- ou
sand votes of the two hundred thou- ,hat date- Tho Judges. for the final
iiand mark. Kvldently she has ln.;"unt of l"8 hMol w' be chosen
"tenllons of regaining the lesd In Dis-' f rora Prominent business men of Ho
trtri i nolulu; their names will be announc-
jeu in uue season. Each Contestant
I will have the right to select a friend
Mrs. W. C. Moore Honolulu .
Mrs, Bcrrs, Puunene Hospital .... Fuur,ene .
Mrs. Helen Siemson Hilo
Mrs. Henry Blake Koloa '
Mrs. Ed, Daniels Lahaina
The surprising thing about the,
jieavy vote of the two chaperone ciin-
or relative to represent her and look
dldates Is the similarity of the ote'"' "' ,".,'. ""'-ul " u ou
(..mi.. Aii.,nh wh rHki .,.., afler her Interest, during the final
twenty thousand votes, (herd was ft
difference of only three hundred and
t twenty votes In the number cast
The big vote of Mrs. V. C. Moore
moved her from second td first place.
.While Mrs. Slemsou cast thy1 biggest
block of chaperone votes, she failed
i to advance from third, though only
n few thousand otes separate her
(and Mrs. Ileggs at necolld.
Twelve other rat dldates showed
material gains In tl Is count, many
of them having several thousand
votes, although not Mocks of twenty
thuusand, like those cast by the four
,' Saturday's mall brought In by far
tho largest Maul and Hawaii vote
jet received. The reserve nf many
of the candidates on theso Islands
Is going to be startling U some of
the candidates in these districts who
. are Inclined to think that they are
far enough in advance to assure them
the trip. i
Kven though there are only three
weeks more of the contest left, no
one Is a certain winner, as the vote
issue stands today. A fortunate
week's work Is apt to put ony can
didate In the lead,
Again, the contest manager thinks
It would be wise to' advise some who
nre holding back a big reserve to
cust enough votes to prove to your
friends that ou are In a posit(on to
make jour probabilities of winning
us good as those of any other candl
Show your friends some of the re
fUltyyou have attained through jour
activity.' Don't havo the misfortune
Itu be one of those who will be told
lifter the contest Is over, "I would
jhave voted for you, If I had known
tout jou nod so many votes," Show
(lliem now. Don't wait until after
the filial coudt, when your friends
can J do nothing but console you
llreak the lead of your nearest conv
Apetltor with a big block of votes.
Promises of Sunnort.
1 .Candidates should Insist on their
friends making good their promises,
as often something turns up which
causes them to change their mlndf.
and you lose several hundred votes
which jou might as well have had.
Collect at once; do not be put orf by
promises. It Is as easy for a man to
pay today as a week from today.
All the contestants are doing very
good work, and you would be sur
prised to know how fast the sub
scriptions are coming in to this of
Yce. candidates should poll a few
votes every day to let their friends
know that they are still In the race.
' Premium Offer for Workers.
A standing weekly premium offer
to all contestants is being- made that
entitles every candidate to a pre
mium certificate for flvo thousand
votes for every club of tliree new or
uiree om aauy subscriptions: a
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, at 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 Riven 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.
THE DI8TRICTS ARE AS FOLLOWS
District No. 1 includes the Cltv and
County of Honolulu. " '
District No. 2 includes the County
Dlstr ct No. 3 Includes tho Counties
of Molokal and Maul.
There are nvo trips that nro appor
tioned as ioiiows:
Two to District No. 1.
One to District No. 2. ,
One to District No. 3.
The fifth trip goes to tho matron
who secures tho most tote, for chap
Don't forget the candidates' for
chaperone are candldates-at-large.
You may take tho tilp any time you
chooso. singly or In groups
VOTES ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL
LOWED A3 FOLLOWS
One month's subscription to the
Evening Dulletln Old sub
scription, 100 votes; new subscrip
tion, 125 votes.
Three months' subscription to the
Evening Bulletl n Old sub
scription, 350 voles; new subscription
Six months' subscription to the
Evening Bu lie tin-Old sub
scription, 800 votosrnew subscription.
One year's subscription to tho
Evening Dulletln Old sub
scription, 2000 votes; new subscrip
tion, 2500 votes.
Flvo years' subscription to the
Evening Bulletl n Old sub
scription, 15,000 'votes; new subscrip
One year's subscription to the
Weekly Bulletin Old subscrip
tion, 100 votes; new subscription, 125
Flvo years' subscription to the
Weokly .Bulletin Old subscrip
tion, 1250 votes; new subscription,
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN IB
One month's subscription to the
Evening Bulletin, 75 cents.
Three monthv subscription to the
w tr t hi . T . ................. w,.wH
ran. xicnry x,. nuoey Ananola 3,345
an . n m, Ji.i use , vvaniawa
Standing of Trip Contestants
DISTRICT NO. 1.
Miss Antfe Pangelinan, Palm Cafe. .Honolulu .240,448
Miss Mary McCabe, Kapiolani Ma
ternity Horn Honolulu 107,428
Miss Emma Sasaki. 1457 Auld Lane. Honolulu 132,512
Miss Mary Johnson. Johnson Sana
torium Honolulu 03,507
Miss Rebecca Macy Waialua 52,831
Miss Honey Voss Honolulu 3,840
Miss lucy Kopa, 915 Prospect St... Hoonlulu 3,238
Miss Emma French, Sachs' Honolulu 3,176
Miss lucy K. Barber Honolulu 3,042
Miss Rose Amia Honolulu 3,030
Miss Mary Dias Honolulu 3,014
DISTRICT NO. 2.
Miss Emma Akamu Hilo 53,165
Miss Mary K. Keawehano Hilo 7,102
Miss Helen Watson ....'. Hilo 6,401
Miss Queenie Scharratt, Kamuela. .Hilo 4,305
Miss Louisa de Harne Kohala 3.8G6
Miss Katherine Clark Kailua 3,726
Miss Kuulei Hapaii Hilo 3,380
Miss Isabella. Koomoa, Keauhou. . . .North Kona 3,'278
Miss Annie Kai Keauhou . 3,104
Miss Louisa Hapal Hilo " 3,094
Mary H. Kawewehi Keauhou 3,080
Miss Mary Nailima Pahala 3,089
Miss Mary Arakawa Hilo 3,041
Miss Rose K. Nalima Hilo .' 3,032
Miss Annie Aiu Kailua ....' 3.013
DISTRICT NO. 3.
Miss Sarah Cockett Lahaina . ,M 14,606
Miss Annabelle Mundon Kapaa 8,500
Miss Mary Marciel Kahakuloa 0.226
Miss Scholtz. Circuit Court Wailuku . .-. 6 383
Miss Alice Ai Lihue 4279
Miss Mary Kaoo, Kaunakakai .... Jlolokal 4!215
Miss Waiaholo Lahaina 4114
Si -- 1 -I uicu uiuuiut, suuscripuon to
":, I certificate for three thousand votes Evening Bulletin, f 2.00
I Vote for Trip Contestant
In Evening Bulletin Popular
district No .
Fill in name and district of your favorite candidate
and send to the Bulletin Contest Department,
(Not Good After Saturday, May 21)
Six months' subscription to
Evening Bulletin. St. 00.
Twelve months' subscription to the
Evening Ju lie tin, $8.00.
Five years' subscription to
Evening Bulletin, $40.00.
One year's subscription to
Weokly Bulletin, 31.00.
Flvo years' subscription to
Weekly Uvllo'tln, $5.00.
Address all inquiries to
MANAGER, CONTEST DEPT.,
Honolulu, T. H.
HETTY QREEN ILL;
Close Attention to Financial Interests
Causes Nervous Breakdown.-
NEW YOBK, April 7. Mrs. Hetty
Qrcen, the richest woman In tho world.
Is suffering from a nervous breakdown,
accoraing to Mrs. Mary A. Early, of
West Forty-eighth street, who Is one
of Mrs. Green's closest acquaintances.
It Is truo that Mrs. Orecn has been
nlllng recently," said Mrs. Early.. "I
have seen her within tho last few-days
and she Is what I would call an ex
tremely ill woman. Sho has had so
much business anxiety on her mind
so much to do with nil the things sho
Is Interested in, that she has given way
to the strain.
"For several days Mrs. Green has
been under tho caro of a physician, and
he is doing everything possible to
bring her back to vigorous strength.
She is scarcely able to lenve her borne.
When Bhe goes out sho has to be
helied to her carriage." ,
Keeps Residence Secret.
There was a report that Mrs. Green
was stopping with Mrs. Early, but this
the latter denied.
"I know whero Mrs. Green Is," as
serted Mrs. Early, "Sho Is living In
this city, but I will not say whero.
because sho does not want to be both
ered. If she can get rest from the
cares that have been on her mind she
will get well. If not, her physician
says there may bo serious consequences."
Mrs. Green, despite her seventy-flvo
years, has applied horself diligently tu
her financial Interests, and, up to a
short tlmo ago, made almost, .dully
visits to the National Chemical' Hani',
of which she Is the main support. Shu
gave up her activities thero only when
.her strength suddenly failed.
Sho lived for somo months nt tho
1 Hotel Plaza nfter giving up her llttlo
I flat In Hoboken, but left there because
It was said sho did not take to such
an extravagant life. Slnco then sho
has lived In seclusion,
The Balllnger-l'inchot controversy
has unquestionably made a fine en
durance record. Washington 8tnr.
Japan has the largest volcano cra
ter in the world. It measures four
teen by ten miles,
Portuguese Cruiser Ex
pected Tomorrow Pre
Tomorrow mornlnc tho Portucuoso
cruiser San Gabriel Is duo from Satf
iTUiiclsco and tho looal colony of Por
tuguese has practically completed all
arrangements for tire entertainment of
The only Information now needed Is
the hour of urrh'ul of tho cruiser, nnd
as tho wireless, Btatlon wus In com
munication with It last night It Is prob
able that news will bo received sev
eral hours ahead of tho exact tlmo, of
arrival off nort. Four blnxtH nf tho
whlstlo of tho Hawaiian Electric Com-!
jinny's plant will announce the arrlvul
01 tno cruiser to tno city.
In tho window of Vlerra s Jewelry
store there Is on exhibition a largo
calabash with silver trimmings which '
Is to be presented to tho captain and
officers of tbo San Gabriel by the local
Portuguese. Tho calabash has a rlni
of silver uhi on opposite sides devia
tions In tho same, one being tho
crossed flags of tho United Btates and
Portugal, and on tho other a shield
with tho Hawaiian coat of arms and
tho Inscription, "To the officers of tho
San Gabriel from the Portuguese of
NOT AN EASY JOB TO BE
PRESIDENT, SAYS' TAFI
WASHINGTON, March 5. Prcsl
dent Taft made his first anniversary
speech last night at n dinner of the
Twonty-fpur-hour-a-day club of the
Young Men's Christian" association.
The president frankly told his audi
tors that being n president was no
"I don't know very much about
the early life of the Young Men's
Christian Association," said 'resf-j
dent Taft, "but If they had such A
first year as I huve had they learned'
a great deal. j
"You call this tho Twenty-four
hour-a-day club. I do not know of
any other Institution entitled to!
'bear that name except possibly the I
presidency of tho United States. Oth-'
er offices of the government can be
filled by a' number of different peo-J
pe but as long us the president W
alive and kicking it Is twenty-four
horns a day for him."
The 'president said that Ue was
glad to bear testimony to the neces
sity of the existence, growth and
extension of the Y, M. C. A.
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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
pelled to install a ten minute service which goes into
effect immediately after the necessary switches now
under construction, are completed. This servicp indi
cates that the New Ocean View Tract, with
its hign elevation, delightiui 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 beautiful homesite at reason
able prices and terms.
The New Ocean View Tract
An Ideal Place To Live
ARTESIAN WATER, HIGH ELEVATION, ELECTRIC LIGHTS,
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SUFFICIENT RAINFALL, EXCELLENT SOIL, LEVEL PROPERTY,
" COOL AND HEALTHFUL, GOOD LOCATION, PURE ATMOSPHERE.
Take the Waialae car, and upon your arrival at Kaimukl call at our branch office in charge
of Dr. Hutchinson, who will be pleased to show you the property and supply you with maps, liter
ature and all the information you may require. Our fixed prices are $500 for corner lots and S400
for inside lots; sire. 75 ft. xl50 ft., or 11,250 sq. ft. each.- Our terms are $50 cash down and $10
per month on each lot. Call up Telephone 659 and make an appointment with one of our represen
tatives. 1 1 .w
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KING AND FORT STREETS
WAIALAE AND KOKO HEAD AVENUE
Will Not Prohibit
VOTERS should hesitate about taking any steps that will
upset the present liquor law and replape it with some
thing that will undoubtedly be a very poor substitute, i.e., a
prohibition law. It public sentiment demands a stricter en
forcemen't of the liquor traffic, or a restriction on the number
and conduct of saloon, the present law reposes ample power
in the hands vi 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
passowing to constitutional rights regarding interstate com- '
merce. An analysis of the various phases of this subject will
be made in.this space from time to time.
Attk.'k'tAtut .- , ttvtiiii'i.
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