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EVENING ntJLLETIN. HONOMJt.tJ, T. I!., TUESDAY, MAY 17. 1910.
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STANDING OF CONTESTANTS
Standing of Chaperone Contestants
Mrs. W. C, Moore .-,.:. Honolulu
Mrs. Helen Siemton Hilo .
Mrs. Beggs, Funnene Hoipital . ...Puunene .
Mrs. Henry Blake . .- Koloa ..
Mrs. Ed. Daniels Lahaina .
Mrs. Henry E. Abbey Anahola .
Mrs. Win, Kruse Wahiawa
, . 0,791
Standing of Trip Contestants
DISTRICT NO. 1.
Miss Antfc Pangelinan, Palm Cafe..
Mis Mnry McCabe, Kapiolani Ma-
. tcrnity Home
Miss Emma Sasaki. 1457 Auld Lane.
Miss Mary Johnson, Johnson Sana
Miss Rebecca Macy
Miss Honey Voss
Miss Lucy Kopa, 915 Prospect St. . .
Miss Emma French, Sachs'
Miss Lucy K. Barber
Miss Rose Amia
Miss Mary Dias
DISTRICT NO. 2.
Miss Emma Akamu
Miss Helen Watson
Miss Qneenic Scharratt, Kamuela.,
Miss Louisa de Harne . . ,
Miss Kathcrine Clark
Miss Kuulci Hapaii
Miss Isabella Koomoa, Kcauhou...,
Miss Annie Kal
Miss Louisa Hapal
Mary H. Kawcwehi
Miss Mary Nailima
Miss Mary Arakawa
Miss Rose K. Nalima
Miss Annie Aiu
DISTRICT NO. 3.
Miss Sarah Cockett
Miss Annabelle Mundon
Miss Mary Marciel
'Miss Scholtz. Circuit Court ........
Miss Alice Ai
Miss Mary Kaoo, Kaunakakal
No Paper Votes After Saturday.
The coupons In the paper good for
,tVo votes will not appear after next
Saturday. The number of votes for
which coupons nro good will remain
the. same until taken from the pa
jx' r. The reason far not running the
VoiiponB during the tinnl week Is that
an advantage would be given Ho
nolulu subscribe over those on the
outside Islands. The Island readers
would not have, time to mall all the
coupons back for the final count.
Important Notice to Subscribers.
You are entitled to votes for every
subscription payment to the Bul
letin you have made since March
7. Hunt up your receipts and tend
them to the Contest Department, if
you nave not vuica, ine rcccipji
will be returned to you. You vote
for two contestants a trip' and a
chaperone candidate. Name the two
for whom you wish to vote "when
scndjnj; in subscription payments or
when returning receipts for votes.
Contest Closes May 28, 8 p. m.
Saturday, May the twenty-eighth.
Is the time set for the close of the
contest and all votes and subscrip
tions MUST be Id the I) u 1 1 e 1 1 n
ofllce on that date. The closing hour
will be at 8 o'clock p. m, on May
28th, and thoso depending on the
malls to bring their subscriptions to
the II u 1 1 o 1 1 n office MUST h,avo
nil otcs and subscriptions In the
ballot box before 8 o'clock p "hi. on
that date. The Judges for the final
count of the ballots will bo chosen
from prominent business men of Ho
iiolulu; tholr names will bo announc
ed In due season. Each contestant
will have the right to select a friend
or relative to represent her and look
after her Interests during tho final
count of the ballots.
Nominations Not Closed.
The nomination are not clowl.
nnil will not bo until the end
of the contest. You could, If you
wish, nominate a candidate on the
last day of the contest.
Premium Offer for Workers.
' A standing weekly premium offer
to all contestants Is belnr made thnt
entitles every candidate to a pre
mium certificate for five thousand
otes for every club of three now or
three old dally subscriptions; a
certificate for thrco thousand votes
that will not be deviated from In any
manner during the rest of the con
test. There Is no limitation on the
number of clubs'Khat may bo turned
In In any one week.
THE DISTRICTS ARE AS FOLLOW8
Dlstrct No. 1 Includes the City and
County of Honolulu.
District No. 2 Includes the County
District No. 3 Includes the Coualloi
of Molokal and Maul.
There aro the trips that are appor
tioned as follows: ,
Two to District No. 1.
One to District No. 2.
One to District No. 3.
Tho ftfth trip goes to tho .matron
wio secures the most votes for chap
Don't forget the candidates for
chaperons are candldates-at-targo.
You may take the trip any time you
choose, singly or In groups,
VOTES ON SUBSCRIPTIONS At-
LUVVtU 3 CULLUYYO'
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tion, 125 votes.
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Evening D u 1 1 e 1 1 n Old sub
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4 50 votes. '
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Evening Hullo tin Old sub
scription, 800 votes; new subscription.
One year's subscription to the
Evening Bulletin Old sub
scription, 2000 votes; new subscrip
tion, 2500 votes.
Five years' subscription to the
Evening Bullet! n Old sub
fccrlption, 15,000 votes; new subscrip
'One year's subscription to the
Weekly Bulletin Old subscrip
tion, 100 votes; new subscription, 125
Klve years' subscription to the
Weekly Dulljjtln Old subscrip
tion, 1250 votes; now subscription,
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WEEKLY BULLETIN IS
, One month's subscription to the
evening Bulletin, 75 cents.
Thico monthV subscription to the
Evening Bulletin, 2.00.
I Ulv mnniho' Biittu-t titlttn (n Ik,
Is given for every club of s x-month , B , 0 , g Bulletin. iVoo,
.tally subscriptions; two thousand, Twelve months' subscription to the
five hundred votes nre given for Ave 'n yen In g ,,llIlo Uu ,800i
new or five old weekly subscriptions. I Klvo yenr8. subscription Fo the
The only requirement Is that tho Evening, Bulletin. 140.00.
subscriptions be turned JnjfQrc4!iL. Ono Wr' subscription to the
Monduy morning and G o'cliick'of the Weekly Bullotln J1.00.
fallowing Saturday of erfLW' .uFiye years' Jubsprlp'tlon to the
The premium offer to a Blinding one Weekly Hi-1 (nil n"Sff.no
5 Votes for Trip Contestant
In Evening Bulletin Popular
Fill In name and district of your favorite candidate
nd send to the Bulletin Contest Department,
(Not Good After Saturday, May 28)
Ll ! Ntioml I
BY V. L. STEVENSON.
mi MAINLAND H
STUNK IF OK
tallon, and the cadets will try and
show the result of his work to the
public on this occasion.
PittsburK and Philadelphia Lead in
Their, Leagues gome Close
Pittsburg still leads In tho Nil
tloiinl league, 'mid Philadelphia In
the American. Strange to say, both
teams hnxo plucd, won ami lost
exactly tho same number of games.
Tliclr percentages nro tho same, vis.:
.7,n each: and both clubs uio enlne
strung. Tho following brief nn. . Tho closing events nt tho Kntno-
counts of the giunes- plnjcd on Muy '"""cha Schools aro ns follows: May
9 and tho standing of tho teams on - niunuiao nance; .uny 31, instann
thut date will be rend with Interest: tlon of battalion offices at Bishop
STANDING OF THE CLUDS. Memorial Chapel; Juno 3, closo of
President Pcrley I,. Home of tho
Kunichntuchn Schools will lenvo for
an extended tour of the 1'astern
States on May 2.",. While uwny ho
expects lo obtain a superintendent to
munugo tho school shops. Mr. Homo
will first visit the colleges In Cali
fornia; then ho will go to Denver,
thenco to Chicago, from Chicago to
Cleveland, and then across tho con
tinent to Boston and to Now York.
He does not expect lo bo back until
Clulm v. U
Pllthburg 12 4
New York 13 fi
Philadelphia 10 c
Chicago g g
Cincinnati x 7 8
Boston , ft 11
St. I.oul3 7 13
Brookln C 14
schools; Juno 1, nluinnl reunion.
Pet. bos' dinlng-hall; Juno 6, com
.750 menccment exercises, Bishop Memo-
bsi rial Chapel.
.km . . ......
'," tiio class of 19U7 Una their ro-
l union on Saturday evening. Only
!350 four members out of tho class of
,j0O fourteen were present. Thcro wero
Now York 9
Boston,. 1 7
St. Louis 3
many guests at the dance held aft
erwards, mill ever body had a good
Ono of the most Interesting events
nt tho Manual School Is tho Installa
tion of battalion odlocrs, which will
112 take place next Tuesday evening In
286 the chapol.
Pittsburg 7, Brooklyn 6.
PlttBburg. May 9. After 26 hits und
12 runs had been shared equally by
Pittsburg and Brooklyn today. Pitts
burg took the gamo In tho ninth on
two wild throws by Catcher Krwln.
8even pitchers wero used. Score:
It. II. K.
Pittsburg 7 1,1 0
Brooklyn C 13 4
The banana output of Hawaii is
commencing to cut u considerable
figure in (the supply of the States.
This fact Is established by the pres-
Batteries l.elflcld. Ailams. Whllo.ience here 'of Messrs, ...ison and del
Powell and i7lbon: Sranlon. Barger, Orto, two 'extensive tropic fruit ship
i,n,,.. ... f, - ,.. ., t -
,ic,it- .inn utriKi-ii, r.rnai, umpires
tvipin anu Knue,
Philadelphia 6, Cincinnati 4.
Clnclnnntl, May 9. Moren and Bee
be each had a bad inning today. Cin
cinnati making four runs In the sixth
and Philadelphia tiring in th cetghth
In tho ninth Philadelphia won out by
hitting Oaspar opportunely, Lobort'H
error allowed the first four Philadel
phia runs. Score:
H. H. i:.
Philadelphia 6 12 1
Clnclnnntl 9 9 .1
Batteries Moren Foxen and Dooln:
Bccbo, Caspar and McLean. UmplrtM
O'Day and Brcnnnn.
St. Louis Z, Boston 1.
St. Iritis. May 9. St. Louis took tho
opening game of tho scries with Bos
ton today, 2 to 1. Thin was done tlcs'v
plte a ninth Inning rally on tho part
of tho visitors. Mnnugcr I.ako bat tod
for Mattern In tho last liming und
ns Khcn a baso on balls, filling tho
bases before Collins filed to Oakes for
tho final out. Tho score: -
It. II. 1:.
St. Louis , 2 6 2
Boston 1 K ."!
Batteries Willis und Bresnahnn;
Mattern and Smith. Umpires niglef
Chicago 2, New York O.
Chicago, May . Pfelstcr held Now
York to three scattered lilts today
und Chicago won, 2 to 0. In tho sixth
Inning Hvcm scored from Qrst 011
Sheckard'B luflelil hit. Tinker was hit
In tho leg by a batted bull In practlra
and Chanco whs 111, Zimmerman and
Luders taking their places. Score:
' IL H. n.
Chicago , 2 7 2
New York ,... 0 3 1
Batteries Pfclster and Archer;
Rnymond and Schlel. Umpires John
stone and Moran. .
Philadelphia 10, Washington 2.
Philadelphia, May 9. Todu's gams
wan practically decided In tho sixth,
when Thomas drovo three men homo
with a threo baggur over Milan's huud.
It. II. E.
Washington .(,.....-.., 2 5 1;
Philadelphia ,....10 9 0
Batteries Gray.Oberlln and Street;
Plnng and Thomna.
Boston 10, New York 0.
Boston, May" 9. Boston broko IH
losing streak today uy defeating Now
York In n poorly plajcd game Bcoro:
1 IL II, E.
New York ., u 5 6
BOKton '. ?.".'.. ..Id '11 I
llatterlea Frill, JXiylo and Mitch
ell; Wood and Carrigau.
pers of the mainland.
These two gentlonien aro here tor
the purpose of looking Into the ba
nana production of the Islands.
It would seem' thut Heretofore
there has- been no system- observed
In the shipping of hnnanas to tho
Coast. They have been shipped at
any old time, regardless of the con
dition of tho market on tho main
land, mid It somcttineH happens thnt
the local shippers plure a large num
ber of bunches on the mainland mar
kcta at the tanie time as largo ship
ments are lecetved from Florida.
Consequently there Is a glut of ba
nanas on the market, uud the prices
It Is tho Intention of Messrs. Wat
son and del Orto to 'perfect u plan
while, hero lo the effect that fruit
of thnt nature bo handled by their
firm so that It can bo placed at un
udvantuge to nil concerned
Toduy these gentlemen go to Ha
waii to look Into tho butiuna trado
un the Big Island.
.They nre enthusiastic, over a prop
osition to put on a fast bout between
here and the Coast for tho fruit trado
alone, and they are of tho opinion
thut such n boat would pay,
Superintendent Humml of the tel
ephone company expects to turn over
from tho present to tile automatic
s)Etem on the first of June. A largo
force of men aro nt wjik on tho now
switchboards and It Is expected thnt
ever) thing will bo In mi Uncus for
the now order or things by tho end
of the present month.
The wro work throughout tho city
is nearly coniplcteil mid will be so In
linio to-inula' tho chnngo.
I Ah booii us the new system has beou
started tho wires of tho old system
will be removed from thu poles
throughout tho city.
All that remains to bo dona In thu
UuslnoHH section of tho city Is the In
stalling or tho phones, thu connecting
wires having been put in somo tlmo
ago, Tho only thing tlmt can cnuso
any delay to tho full chungo on Juno'
first Is tho nou-arrhal or "llio wall
phonos, but they aro expected on the
NEWS NOTES FH0M
Tho cadet buttulloli will be ro-
ivlewod boforo Governor Fiear und
staff ut Auhi Park on Thursday aft
ernoon at i o'clock, Tho cadets wilt
give au exhibition of the "Butts'
Manual Exercise." The Hawaiian
bund will be present ut tue park.
Captain W. II. Winters, military In
structor nt the school, has been
working bard tills ear with the but-
TEN-MINUTE CAR 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
pelled 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 Cb. 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, HIQH ELEVATION, ELECTRIC LIGHTS,
DELIOHTFUL CLIMATE, PAVED STREETS, K0K0 HEAD BREEZE.
y SUFFICIENT RAINFALL, EXCELLENT SOIL, LEVEL PROPERTY,
COOL AND HEALTHFUL, GOOD LOCATION, PURE ATMOSPHERE.
Take the Waialne car. and upon your arrival at Kaimuki 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 $400
for inside lots; size. 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. Kaimuki Land Co. Ltd.
KING AND FORT STREETS
WAIALAE AND KOKO HEAD AVENUE
ROMANTIC PLAY IS
As Mary Tudor In "When Knight
hooil Wan In Iflovicr," Margin ct On
walil made tho hit of tho aeuBou'a en
gagement. Her I.vuh Kleshna was un
artistic plcco of work -but hqr Mary
Tudor, van n rovclutlqn und will long
be remembered In Honolulu uh one of
the most ilellclouH character Interpro
tntlonn. Mnry Tuilor wub u Hweei
lovable woman but she. Kail n will und
it temper, mid tsueli a temper MIbh Os
wald portrayed to tho loiter. There
In no doubt but tliat she will make a
great Kntheilnu In uoxt week's iiluy.
An Henry tho Eighth, Linlls Morrison
did Home xtiong work mid looked tho
nnrt to perfection. Ah Chorion Uran
ium, Oeorgo Webbf mudo the moat of
ma part, nut nciug essentially a star
piny the rest of tiio company gut lit
tle chanco to distinguish themselves.
Tho stage setting vrns artistic, tho
111 hi act wiui us nowenng vines iron
ing over walls and trellises, wus pur
(Icularly plcuslug. Euclt gorgYxniH cm
tunics hate nover been seen on am
stage in Honolulu, Miss Oswald'x
gown In the Flench court wns a dz
zllug shimmer of gold and hor dirlc
bluo velvet gown with bo liugo hat
and trailing white ostrich pinnies
made the audlcnco gasp wl(h surprise
"The Mon nnd tho Mouse," will In
put on Friday and Saturday evenings
by special request.
Tho cBt of "When Knighthood waj
In Flower." Is as followat
Henry VIII (King of Knglund) ..
.i, !uls Morrison
Francis D'Ansoiilome (Dauphin of
France) ,..,,,., Ivan Miller
Thomas Wolscy (Ulshop of-Lincoln)
, James Dillon
Duko of Uiicklngftuiu .............
,.....,., Sherman Ilulnbrldgo
Duko do Longtiovlllo (Kuvoy of
Madeira, Oriental, and Val
Large Stock,, Qualities Unequalled
See Window Display
L. AHOY, ' - Nuuanu St.
ENGINEER HARVEY COELHO IS OUT ON
WITHJAUI COUNTY POLITICALJAR PATH
(Special to Tho Hul lot In.) ' (Special to Tho 11 11 lie tin.) '
WAlt.UKU, Maul, May 14. Tho WAILUKU, Maul, May It. Senator'
Muni Hoard of Supervisors met lu Wra,.J, Coelhn returned yesterday
Walluku last Weduesdny afternoon from his trip to Molokal. Last wosk
and will adjourn this morning to their, ho left Walluku for Molokal by way
lespcctlvo homes. The board visited of Kahakuloa nnd Honokohau nidi
the county Jail In n bodyly'cstorduy Lahaina. At the two first mentioned
moliiliig. Superintendent of Itouds places tho Senator gavo political ail-
W, K. Dull, Deputy High Sheriff, unJ dresses, giving a history of his work
Jailor J, F, Welch, Shorlff W, 10. Saf- In tho past sessions of the ICglsla-
fery and Prison Inspector Jns. N. K. turo ami nlbo tho stand he takes on
Keoln wero meHcnl by special ro- tho liquor question. The Senator does
quest of tho- bnnrd.. . not llko the prohibition cause, as ho
Mr. Hcllburn hns resigned ns den- seems to bellovo It. )s a maaBiirC'to
uly countyenglneer for Mnkawao dls- permit only the wealthy who can it-
trl.ct nnd Mr. Harvey was appointed nt ford to order their liquors direct from
the meeting of tho board yesterday, nt the coast to enable them -to drink.
n salary of J2Q0 per month.
while the poor and the massed nil!
be unable to procure any drink, at all.
Mr. Coelho announced hlpieelf ni
candidate for the Scnato even If ho
la not nominated by tho Hcppbllcuu
party. Ho also spoko in favor of At
torney A. N. Kepolki)! us County At
torney. T. II, Lyons us Supervisor,
nnd Win. F. Kano us County Clerk.
will tnke in Kact
wsi w'aiwtf.s tus,.' . . 1 , r r . . ,
mwNitijmiVW.BmM.H.i, :tv . . t .K. . 1 j 1 . j v T . . , . 1 r
With Mn. NEniE HARRISON'S 4-DAY HAIR
COLOR. II It th only anttraly lucctulul tnd
illiliclory preptritlon lor th purpota.
Slmptt Hirmlui Certain. Sold (or 20 vnn.
ricomminded tnd uud with Mllliictlon by
Ihounndi, Conttlnt no Uid. sulphur or other
nirmtui ingrtdlisl. ic'dyet'' and "rtttortrt"
hivt dluppolnlid you, try thli. It nivirlilli.
$1,00, At all llnt-cliit dniggliU and
BENSON, SMITH & CO
, Fort and Hotel Sts.
Chnrles Ilrandou Oeorgo AVobb
Sir I Oil win Cnskoden (master of the
dance) arlfllth Wray
Mnster Vnvcndlsh (Wolsoy's sccro-.
tury) Henry Aloxander
Sir Adum Juilson (ciiUBlii'of Duck.
ingliam) James, llooycc
Will SoiucrB (King Honry'H 'Jester)'
unpiuin uraiinursi (oi uio iioyni
Hind") James Dillon
Host of tho Ikiw and String Tayeni '
'An odlcor of tho King's ,Quarl,i,,. I
..,, Henry Afoxaudei
Servant at tho Inn .... Kmll Johnson
omcer of tho ship "Iloyal Hind" ..
. -, U'allo Wooda
First uilventnrcr .... Tred Ilullyntynfi
Second adventurer .... Frank Wilson
Queen Kathcrine of England ......
1 . . , Louise Melrose
I.adv Jane nollnRbroke,.Edlth Elliott
Mlstiess Ann Ilolejn ..Lnura Hudson
Mistress Jann Sejmour.Dlanche Durns
French Ludy . ....,.. Minnie Rhodes
Mary Tudor ,,.,,, Margaret Oswald
Bulletin Business Office Phone 2S0
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185
(SpeclalNo Tho U til lot In.)
iWAILUKJJ. Maul. May II The
wife of Hon. Jnol Nnknleta of Molo
kal died suddenly of heart failure nt gcnl)lor '
vvaiaiua, Aiuiunui, ihki muuuujr, imr , , ,i.
.Frank Howo remnfiis were taken hack tb Halawn. ' ' ,
.whorq the Interment tWK tplftco, Itov. PEnf,Y DAVI8' PMNklLLEn .
I J, Kaulonnhl performing tiio last s.vl
I rlfcs botl st tho ichuj)ii Jilnlv'nt. thy 'Is tho best, safest and surest rcmody
gravo near by.' Mrs. Nakalctn vas (1 for crnmps, colic nnd diarrhea. As a
iWiilnlua. Hnlclwn, girl, whero her reU liniment for wounds and sprains it Is
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ttllVV4I,uiu B'10- UIIV.UCl,. ..1., UUi ...l, VV1,
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jnsW"fof Sulo" carda at Bulletin..
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In Evening Bulletin Popular
(This coupon is not good after Saturday, May 23)
Fill In name or your favorite candidate and send to
the Bulletin Conle'st Department.
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