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EVBtfmO fem,LCT!N, HOHOLTJLTJ, T. H.7SATtmDAT;MAY-M. 1910.
Contest Closes In Two Weeks And
Friends Realize That Tirne Is Short
To Help Favorite Candidates
As Die nvonlilR Untie-
1 1 n's popularity contest drawn to
wards Its close, friends of tlho rival
candidates nro realizing that If they
nro to help their favorites to win
one of the trlpi offered, llioy, must
The fight lAtho first district Ir
nn 'exciting one, and innny bundled
of ballots for the leading candidates
' camo In today. Miss Pnngellnan
continues In lead hut the dally oto
incrcaso of Mlsa McCabo makes her
position an thing htit assured un
less she soon strengthens It by an
other big block of votes. Thcro Is
keen rivalry In this same district for
the vantage point 'at tho third plnca
Held by Miss Saeab.1. Doth Miss
Johnson and Miss Macy nro striving
to gain this position.
The Chaperone Contest. '
The ballot light' of tho chnperono
contestants, has never been equalled
' In past contests; for uncertainties.
Just so soon as one thinks that one
of tho candidates lias secured a lead
that will result In ultlmoto vlctom
tho conviction Is shattered by a
bundlo of voter being cast that moves
one, of tho others to, or near tho
Je.id. Thursday Mrs. Moore was
leading after a comparatively quiet
vcqk of ottng by tho other chapcrt
ono candidates, hut Mrs. Ileggg loom
ed up In near proximity to her Fri
day. Tho stnndlngot candidates show
ed her within four thousand of tho
honor jiolnt at flrs't. ' Yesterday
onntigh votes wero cast .tn place
her In tho load, "art. today's
woro shows. She Is the first chap
eiono candidate to pass'tho two bun.
dred thousand murk.
What matro'n. will have the hon
or chaperoning the" I! u 1 1 e 1 1 n par
ty will certainly" remain n mystery
until Saturday, May 2?th.
Contest Closes Kay 28; 8 p-. m.
Saturday, May the twenty-eighth.
Is tho time set for the close of the
. contest and all votes and subscrip
tlons MUST bo in the Bulletin
ofllce on that date. The closing hour
will be at 8 o'clock p. m. on May
28th, 'and tboso depending on the
malls to bring their subscriptions to
tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n offlco MUST have
Standing of Chaperone Contestants - ,
Mrs, Beggs, Puunene Hospital .... Puunene .202,401
Mrs. W. C. Moore" .. Honolulu 197,627
Mn, Helen Siemson Hilo 173,068
Mrs. Henry Blake Koloa 12,438
Mn. Ed, Daniels lahaina 6,701
Mrs. Henry E. Abbey Anahola ". 3,345
Mrs. Win. Kruso Wahlawa 3,123
Standing of Trip Contestants
DISTRICT NO. 1.'
Miss Angle Pangelinan, Palm Cafe. .Honolulu
Miss -Mary McCabe, Hapiolani Ma
ternity Home . .., Honolulu
Miss Emma Sasaki. 1457 Auld Lane. Honolulu
Miss Mary Johnson, Johnson Sana
torium ...., Honolulu
Miss Rebecca Macy Waialua
Miss, Honey Voss Honolulu
Miss Lucy Kopa, 015 Prospect St...Hoonlulu . ...,
Miss Emma French, Sachs' .- Honolulu
Miss Lucy K. Barber Honolulu
Miss Rose Amia Honolulu.'' .....
Miss Mary Dias Honolulu .'.
DISTRICT NQ. 2, .
Miss Emma Akamu . , . , Hilo ,
Miss Mary K. Keawehano Hilo ,
Miss Helen Watson Hilo,
Miss Queen'e Scharratt, Kamnela. .Hilo ..,' . . . . .
Miss Louisa de Harne Kohala i
Miss Katherine Clark Kailua
Miss Kuulei Hapaii Hilo
Miss Isabella Jfoomoa, Keauhou . . .North Kona
Miss Annie Kai Keauhou
Miss Louisa Hapai Hi)o
Mary H. Kawewehi . . . , Keauhou
Miss Mary NaiJlma ..Pahala
Miss Mary Arakawa .Hilo ....
Miss Rose H. Nalima ,".' .Hilo
Miss Annie Aia . . . i . . ; i Kailua
DISTRICT NO. 3.
Miis Sarah Cockett v.... Lahaina . ,
Miss Annabelle Mundon Kapaa ,
Miss Mary Marciel Kahakuloa
Miss Scholtz. Circuit Court Wailuku
Miss Alice Ai ...,.,. Lihue- t.
Miss Mary KaooKaunokakai Molokai
Miss Waiaholo , , Lahaina, . . . .,
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district No .'. ,....
, Fill inVname and district pf jour favorite, candidate" ,,
ind send1 to the' Bulle't'ln Contest DepartmenV1, '11 " "
(Not doou After Saturday, May 21)
all votes and subscriptions tn the
ballot box before 8 o'clock p. ui, on
that date. Tho judges for the final
count of the ballots will be chosen
from prominent business men of Ho
nolulu; their names .will bo announc
ed In duo season. Each contestant
will havo tho right to select a friend
or relative to represent her and look
ifter her Interests during tho final
count of the ballots.
Subscribers sending in subscrip
tions to. the Bulletin must al
ways mention tho names of the con
testants they wish to vote for, as all
ballots ore filled out in full before
leaving ofllce. 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
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 be until tho end
of the contest. You could, If you
wish, nomlnato a candidate on the
last day of the contest.
Promises of Support.
Candidates should Insist on their
friends making good their promises,
as ofton something vturns up which
.causes them to change their minds,
and you loso several hundred votes
which ) on might as well have had.
Collect .at once; do not be put oft by
promisee. It is as easy for n man to
pay today as a week from today.
All the contestants aro doing very
good work, and you would be sur
prised to know bow fast the sub
scriptions are coming In to this of
fice. Candidates should poll n few
votes every day to lot their friends
know that they are still In tho 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 three new or
three old dally subscriptions; a
certificate for three thousand votes
' l' ! " " I , , . I
HOTEL MANX, WHERE DULLCTIN PARTY WILL STOP IN SAN
-, ... ,. ,,-- ..-. -,-- . .., - i
is given for ecry club of six-month
dally subscriptions; two thousand
flvo hundred votes are given fur (lvo
nqW or live old weekly Mihscrlptlons.
Tho only requirement Is that the
subscriptions ho turned In between
Monday morning and fj o'clock of tho
following Saturday of every wcilc.
Tho premium offer Is a standing one
that-wlllinut bo deviated from In anj
manner during the rest of tho con
test Thcro Is no limitation on the
number of clubs that may bo turned
tn In any ono week.
THE DISTRICT8 ARE A8 FOLLOWS
District No. 1 Includes tho City and
County of Honolulu.
District No. 2 Includes tho County
of Hawaii, '
DIstrlcttNo, 3 Includes' tho Counties
of Molokai and Maul.
Thcro are flvo trips that aro appor
tioned as follows:
Two to District No. 1.
f Ono id District No. 2.
The; IUth' trip goes to tho matron
lio secures tho most votcu for cbap-
Don't toroet the candidates for
chaperone are candldates-at-Urge.
You may tako the trip any time you
choose, singly or In croups
VQTE3 ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL
LOWED A8 FOLLOWS
Ono month's subscription to thfr
Evonlng Dulletl n Old sub
scrlptlon, 100 votes; now subscrip
tion, 125 votes.
Thrco months' subscription to the
Evening Dulletl n Old sub
scrlptlon, '350 votes; new subscription
450 votes. ,
Six months' subscription to tl.c
Evonlng nu lln tin Old sub
scrlptlon, 800 votes; now subscription
Ono j ear's subscription to tho
Evonlng Bulletin Old Sub
scription, 2000 votes; new subscrip
tion, 2500 votes.
Flvo years' subscription to the
Evonlng Dulletl n Old sub
scrlptian, 15,000 votes; new subscrip
One year's subscription to the
Woekly Dullotln Old subscrip
tion, 100 votos; now subscription, 125
FIvq years' subscription to the
Wookly Uu Ho tin Old subscrip
tion, 1250 votos; how subscription,
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN IS
One month's subscription (o the
Evening Dulletl n, 75 cents.
Three inontLC subscription to thr
Evonlng Dulletl n, 12.00.
Six months' subscription to the
Evening Dullotln, S'.OO,
Twelo months' subscription to tho
Evening Dullotln, is.oo:
Flvo years' subscription to
Evening UuMctln. 510.00.
One year's subscription to
Wookly Dullotln, 11.00.
Flvo years' subscription to
Weekly Dullotln, 1500.
Address all inquiries to
MANAGER, CONTEST DEPT.,
Honolulu, T. H.
At jostcrday's meeting' of tho
Hoard of Ilauor License Commis
sioners, n -'resolution was adopted
providing that ''In nil saloon prem
ises, nil street entrances nnd win
dows shall bo frea from Bcrecns, to
tho satisfaction of tho board.
"No chairs, boncbes, tablos or pic
tures objectionable to tlio board
shall bo kept In any saloon prem
ises." An application was received from
O, Lambert oft tho Orpheuni Saloon,
which will bo closed on July X bo
causo of It being oulstdo tho II ro
limits, asking for n transfer of his
license to a location at raunlil and
Nuusnu streets, Tho application was
denied, as was the application of I.
, Cockett of 'the Katlbl Saloon, who
wanted to locato at King street AVI
Dick Sullivan of tho Jlpia.1 Annex
Ayas alldwod. to. transfer his llcensoor .urin!r cramps, diarrhea and dys-'
io mo ratinu naiuun, v,, iiuiyiuud utentery 18 oy using rainKinor- irerry
tho aormat)la getting tho Itoynl An-iravls.'), this modtclne liassitstalneil
;iex, yna uontns waj allowed, u
A'rimst,''J'o iMb' stH'et, neur, Smith,'
Wo havq with ui a most excellent
stock company, nn organisation that
Is fur abuvo tho norngi, nnd ono that
Is .putting forth Its best efforts lo
plcaao tho nniiiHcment lojers of our
i-iiy. mo reaiicr owy nceus lo pay u
slt to the Opera Hotiso to son how
well Mr. McRnc's' efforts lo plonso nra
succeeding. Mr. McRao nn tho sub
ject of tho drama pays! It Is the prov-
Inco and purpose of tho drama to re
flect the ronlltlCK and actualities of
life In n manner to produce nn Illusion
which Hill bo as convincing to the
mind ns (ruth Itself, It can make jts
appealMhroiigh various channels, vis
ion, sense, motion, color. Its basic
principal must 'l6 logical and, after
Ibo mlud. and porccptloiis.hrta becomo
Interested, Its 'appeal totllo senses and
emotions, will Ik) n tnntfer"of compara
"'aiiuiillcly, 1IKH nature1, innsl' bo It's
douilnatq toilo. Niilnro Is simple, but
1 slnfpflclly IS great. Drann to 'bo
Impressive, must liavo that "element of
simplicity which wllf Impart to It ail
attrlbuto of greatness. 'Truth Is ,il
wnja simple, llfo Is always B'lmplo, but
what makes them append' complox Is
tho maiilfutd relation's in which llfo
and truh aro placed 'by circumstance.
environment, education jind culture.
Tho result hocomoY kalefiloscoiilc In
Its aspect hut it all emanates from a
slnglo sun ruy of truth.' It will there
foro, bo apparent that a dran'iatlst
must bo very closo to naurv. Its har
mony, bdauty, 'iloptb, sui)shliio nn,)
shadow, hnpilricss aiid mbiejy, exalta
tion nnd (lolirtsslojl,'' In fact, ho iiust
b.tvo tint siin'or rcfliud Intuition which
win lean mm tnrougii tno various ram
ifications of the, many paths of life..
,Thnt Is why tliiTdramatlsl I'llkq jlio
po?t Is inoijo often born, tlinriiinado;
no great dramatist has uVQr soafqd In
to tho cniyl'ircnn'of exnlted thoughts,
but It wns-wllb tbo wlug night of tho
poet. Ot'courso, ho mutj also havo
tho technlqua and constructlvo nblllty
which conies through study and exper
ience, and which will rnablo him to
produco (ho maximum of results with
tho minimum of effort. Tho merely,
manufactured, tecliulcnlly studious
dramatist ouu never c. rente a great
play, because without tho groat poctla
throb of nature ho will iievor ho nlili
U) sweep his audlcnco Into tho turbu
lent sea of awakened passion and emo
tions. In a word, the great. dramatist
must be fi correct loglclan'ond Intui
tive is)clioioplst an inherent poet
and with all, a spiritual architect to
build his houseif thought,, life, spirit
nnd emotion, into artistic 'shape and
Tho greatest example tbo world lias
ever known of such n dramatist. Is
Shnkcspearo. That Is why Jio survives
In tho greatest otcncy, and will do
ko for centuries to come. Itq lives In
naturo, breathes In nntiiro, lies close?
to nature's beiirt, has penetrated Into
her moht sicret recesses, has delwd
Into her profouudest depth of feeling,
and soared Into her highest realms' of
thought and spirit, I cannot do better
than Illustrate N my meaning by tho
poet's own words In "Tho Winter's
Naturo Is mado better by no mean,
Hut Nnturo, makes thut mean, mi, Qor
Which, )ou say, adds to naturo, Is nn
art ' '
That liatuio makos. This H an art
Which does mend nati)io cliftugo It,
Tho art Itself Is Nature.
Au illustrious oxumplo of n true
modern dramatist and 1 spoakot him
because at present wo nro, rehearsing
ono of his most pronounced."succtssost
Is Paul Keitcr, Ills' latest ploy," When
Knighthood Was In How or" is,uuln,uo,
his thomo broad, and comprcliLnslve,
his diction eloquent nnd poetic, and
his purposo Brent. Mr, Hester Is n
born poet, an Illustrious example of
a fluo school of lltoratme, nnd unap
prpachablo as un Interprotco of old
nuglish cbnrart9r. That Is what
makes Ids characteis In "When
Knighthood Wus In flower" so uiilquo
nuil ct typical of old i:ugluudas It
wns In tho thirteenth century, a
A CERTAIN METHOD
:u Ti)l"tjiii ion for over 70 'yuan, zsc,
S3g and SJc,
III !! Ill, Ulttall I llll ! I I I I MBM II lirtlli I III III I I 111
i.i1' - nrTTTZ" Monjllli ijjl iiiB
M. E. Silva's Res. Undertaking Parlors
34 Chaplain Lane, opp. Catholic Sisters
Phone 179 Night 1014
REGULATES ALL THINGS: A law might be passed to '
compel every man to- wear a moustache and paint it
green, but unless public sentiment was behind itithc law could
not be enforced. .- - '
!'-' ' ' '
, -The same can be said of " Prohibition. " The present
Jiquor law is stringent enough, goodness knows;;. ' The Liquor.
Commissioners have the machinery fdf dbaiinff with the liquor
business in the most arbitrary manTTer,but.- public-opinion must
regulate their actions. . -,;-, i" ".
Now, we must recollect that 'tin: Prohibitionists have ex
actly the same public opinion to deal with" -if -tliey get a prohi
bition law as they have in the present law. What they' re
asking tor is additional machinery, when they have now more
machinery than public opinion will stand for,
i ' "
, v Who among the voters of this Territory, except crariksfjof'
the Thwing variety, or paid reformers of the Woollcy species,
. will vote for a' measure that will practically confiscate the pro-
pcrty of the Honolulu Brewery and other legitimate enterprises,
just for the purpose' 'of experimenting with theory which has
failed wherever it has been .tried and is wholly unnecessary.
New Books Installed and Booms Are
Heady for Visitors in Young
4 Building Location.
Today the public library opened
nt the new room In the Young bulld-j
lUK, ana ino nrrunKeiiiciii is miicu
Inorn satisfactory than In tho obi lo
Matty Improvements havo been
nlado over the old system of nr
langepicnts In the former place, nnd
tbe ilbrailans bollove that tho new
location will be more popular than
' Special lighting features between
tho rows of books havo been A?
Btalled, n,nd the rcaujpg room PT
ratiged' for. tho accommodation of ra
tions i,o thaU everything was ready
for 'oheriitlon xthls mornn)j. . i
" In uddltlon, tboro mo many new
boolcn In tho library whlib nro now
uvallnblo fur tho first time.
KUHIO WANTS TO KNOW
O. II, McClellan, secrotary lo Doe.
gato Kuhlo, has written to the Mer
chants' Association In regard to tho
application pt tbo littorstntu com
merce law lo Intcr-lslnnd Blilpplng,
wlta n view to gottliu; nn expression
5 Votes for Chaperone Contestant
In Evening Bulletin Popular
(This coupon is not good
Fill in name of your
the Bulletin Contest
parlor is the
latest move in the un
dertaking line, where
families can be accom
modated with sleeping
kitchen and bathroom.
Call and inspect. 34
of opinion from tho business1 com
There Is considerable difference ai
to tho effect of tbe law' so applied,
but many consider that It would re
sult In n lowering of tbo present
A London company bag spent $500,.
1 000 In advertising In tho last 25 years.
This great campaign was launched by
tho expcudlturo of 150.
after Saturday, May 21)
favorite candidate and send to
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