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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU,
WEDNESDAY MAT 18, 1910,
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STANDING OF CONTESTANTS
Standing of Chapcrone Contestants
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Mn. W. C. Moore Honolulu
Mrs. Helen Hiemson Hilo ....
Mrs. BegRj, Puunene Hospital ,,..Puunene
Mrs. Henry Blake Koloa
Mrs. Ed. Daniels lahalna ,
Mrs. Henry E. Abbey '..... Anahola
Mrs. Wm. Kruse Wahiawa
. . 6,791
. . 3,345
Standing of Trip Contestants
DISTRICT HO. 1.
Miss Angie Panjrellnan, Palm Cafe. .Honolulu 242,398 '
Miss Mary McCabe, Kapiolani Ma
ternity Horn Honolulu ...209,143
Miss Emma Sasaki. 1457 Auld lane. Honolulu 134,799
Miss Mary Johnson, Johnson Sana
torium Honolulu fldflio
Miss Rebecca Macy Waialua 08,470
Miss Honey Voss Honolulu , 3,840
Miss Lucy Kopa, 915 Prospect St. . . Hoonlulu 3,238
Miss Emma French, Sachs' Honolulu 3,170
Miss Lucy K. Barber t .Honolulu 3042
Miss Rose Amia Honolulu 3.030
Miss Mary Dias ......-. Honolulu i 3,014
DISTRICT NO. 2.
Miss Emma Akamu Hilo 02,430
Miss Helen Watson Hilo 6.409
Miss Queenie Scharratt, Kamuela. .Hilo ,... 4,339
Miss Louisa de Harnc Kohala 3,885
Miss Xathcrine Clark Kailua , 3,730
Miss Kuulei Hapaii Hilo 3.380
Miss Isabella Koomoa, Keauhou. . . .North Eona 3,278
5 Votes for Chaperone Contestant
(This coupon is not eod -after Saturday, May 28)
Fill In name of your favorite candidate and send
the Bulletin Contest Denartment.
Miss Annie Kai Keauhou
Miss Louisa Hapai Hilo ...
Mary H. Kawewehi , Keauhou
Miss Mary Nailima ..., Pahala .
Miss Mary Arakawa Hilo ...
Miss Rose K. Nalima Hilo ...
Miss Annie Aiu r, Kailua .
DISTRICT NO. 3.
Miss Sarah Cockett lahaina
Miss Annabelle Mundon Kanaa
Miss Mary Marciel Kahakuloa 7.228
Miss Scholtz. Circuit Court Wailuku 6,388
Miss Alice Ai Lihue 4,508
Miss Mary Kaoo, Kaunakakil Molokai 4,215
Miss Waiaholo lahaina . 4,114
WILSON DRAWS v
Road Supervisor Figured
' In Acrimonious .
No Paper Votes After Saturday.
The coupons In the paper good for
Ave votes Kill not appear attcr next
Saturday. Tbe number of votes for
wlilch coupons are Rood will remain
tliu same until taken from the pa
per. The reason for not running the
coupons during the final week Is that
nu advantage would be given Ho
nolulu subscribers over those on the
outside Islands. The Island readers
would not hae time to mall all the
coupons back for the Anal 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 send
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 that may be turned
In In any one week.
THE DI8TRICT8 ARE AS FOLLOW8
District No. 1 Includes tbe City and
County of Honolulu.
District No. Z Includes tbe County
District No. 3 Includes tho Countlci
oi aioioksi and Maui.
There are Ave trips that are appor
tioned as follows:
Two to District No. 1.
One to District No. 2.
One to District No. 3.
The fifth trip goes to tho matron
them to the Contest Department, if wno secures the most otes for cliap-
vou have nnt voted Th rinf. "ivwo.
- -. .- .... .-.-. .v avvw.u... ri-
will h, fnrt.H . v,. ;J . "S"' '"fl'4 '" candidates for
t 4.,r ,... w j "'? chaperone are candldstes-at-large.
for two contestants a trip and a -mr tak8 ,he trP any Mmo you
chaperone candidate. Name the wo 'choose, singly or In groups
for whom you wish to vote"whenl ..
LOWED AS FOLLOW8
One month's subscription to the
Evening D'ullotln Old sub
scription, 100 votes; new subscrip
tion, 125 votes.
Three months' subscription to the
Evening Dulletl n Old sub
scription, 3C0 voles; new subscription
Six months' subscription to the
Evening Bulletin Old sub
scription, 800 votes; new subscription
One year's subscription to tbe
Evening Dulletl n 0d sub
scription, 2000 votes; new subscrip
tion, zauu votes.
Five years' subscription to the
Evening Dulletl 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
Five years' subscription to the
Weekly Bulletin Old subscrip
tion, jzbo votes; new subscription,
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN IS
One month's subscription to the
Evening Bulletin, 76 cents.
Thiee monttib' subscription to the
Evening Bulletin, 12.00.
tending in subscription payments or
wnen reiurninc receipts lor votes.
Contest Closes May 28, 8 p. m.
Saturday, May the twenty-eighth.
Is the time set for the close of tbe
contest and al) votes and subscrip
tions MUST be In the Bulletin
onice on that date. Tbe closing hour
will be at S o'clock p. m, on May
28th, and those depending on the
mulls to bring their subscriptions to
the Bulletin office MUST have
ull votes and subscriptions In the
ballot box before 8 o'clock p.' m. on
that date. Tbe Judges for the final
count of the ballots will bo chosen
from prominent business men jf Ho
nolulu; their names will be announc
ed In due season. Each contestant
will have the right to select a friend
or relative to represent her and look
afjer her Interests during the final
count of the ballots.
Nominations Not Closed.
(Tha nominations are not closed,
nnd will not be until the end
of the contest. You could, If you
wish, nominate a candidate on the
lust day of tbe contest.
Premium Offer for Workers.
A standing weekly premium offer
to nil contestants Is being made that
entitles every candidate to a pre
mium certificate for Ave thousand
votes for every club of three new or
three old dally subscriptions; a
certificate for three thousand votes
Iload Supervisor John Wilson of tho
District Of Honolulu Is tho icclplcnt
for additional siicrvisorial prodding.
City and County Siipervl&or Jnnifi
Qulnn, chairman of the Committee oil
Bonds, Bridges, Parks and i'ubllc Im
provements, Is the member of the mu
nicipal body who continues to deho
Into tho methods pursued by Wilson
In tho conduct of his nffaln. Qulnn
entered the nrcna last evening ciinig
ing Wilson with handling Ills tnd uf
the road department In a hlgn handed
manner. Ho declared that Wilson
was the only employee of tho munic
ipality who went about maklnir nnr.
chases of animals and material for the
rpad department without first secur
ing tho consent of tho Board of Sup
ervisors or nt least the members of
tho Road Committee.
The smoke of tho last verbal battle
between Qulnn nnd tho Road Super
visor had hardly cleared from city
hull corridors beforo the chairman of
the Road Committee was within tho
riuurea circle, preparea to land u
body blow upon the Wilson anatomy.
In making his report concerning tho
right of way granted tho county dirt
cdrts through tho premises of John
C Lane. Supervisor Qulnn took oo-
caslon to state that ho was very much
surprised to find upon investigating,
that John Wilson had leased tho
quarry and rock crusher to Hoogs &
Delser for 17 50 per day without any
authority from tho Road Committee
or the Board of Supervisors. He'dld
not object to tho company or partlen
using ine rocK crusnes, or quarry, but
permission should .first have been
granted by tho Board, as In this par
ticular Instance they are using tho
rock for building tho road on Alewa
Hoights for the Territory. He there
fore recommended Hint Mr. Lnno bj
given one load of dirt or quarry waste
tor each day that tho county used the
quarry, also for the days that tho quar
ry has been used by Hoogs & Belscr,
and Road Supervisor Wilson bo au
thorized to deliver said dirt, and nlso
member of thn Iloaid. lie Intended to
fulfill nil the duties to tho best of bis
"Wo !ia) f.ikcn an oath to look ot
ter tho Interests of the pcoplp," In
sisted Qulnn "When tlio tltno comes
mat we can not do this without hurt
ing tho feelings of one or nmro fav
ored cinplojces, wo had bettor ie
sign." When somo one suggested (hat the
visitation of tho comet, duo tlitt ovrii'
ing, might wipe out nil those fancied
irrogiilnrltlfs, tho assertion appeared
td huvo a soothing effect Upon the
seven lawmakers ami tho nninu of Wil
son no longer continued to figure In
tho deliberations of tho city fiulitra.
DAVIS MAY FACE
WHITE 51AVE HUGE
That Phoney Davis is to be tho first
person to bo prosecuted lu Honolulu
under tho White Slave law seems cer
tain, and If this Is done ho will bo
really up against It. Under the pro
visions of this new law, the person en
gaged in tranlclng with foreign women
for Immoral purposes Is llnble to a
heavy flno as well as a long term of
Phoney was up for hearing yestor
day beforo United States Commis
sioner Judd on the charge of having
Improper relations with Alexandra Ku
dlnovn, but tho other chargo Is expect
ed to bo brought the latter part of tho
ween oy tho Federal Grand Jury, -The
girl In the caso was beforo tho
Grand Jury several times more than
a week ago nnd at those times nho
admitted having lived with Davis.
Straus, as attorney for Davis, yester
day tried to prove that tho girl had
been promised Immunity from punish
ment If sho testified against Davis, but
was unable to get such an admission
ns she steadfastly stated that nothing
of tho kind had been promlfed her by
tho District Attorney.
IIHd JSJEDEML CMT
NoTnoro professional bondsmen can
do business with prisoners in thu Fed
eral court, according to statements
mado yesterday by United States Com
missioner Albert Judd In the hearlucl
ot t'noney t)als.
District Attorney BreckoiiR Insisted
that Davis' ball should be placed at
$1000, which was objected to by At
torney Straus for the defense, he
holding that $500 ball was sufficient.
When asked by Commissioner Judd
recommends that hereafter no iimnpi-. I If Davis could supply S500. Straus ro-
ty belonging td tho City nnd County or. I,llert that ne coulll fl"il oernl men In
DMfl't Know It Was
.' Loaded" . ',
under the Jurisdiction of same what
soever shall be leased, sold, or dls
posed of In any way without tho con
sent of tho Board of Supervisors cr
their respective committees of the
Board who have chargo of different de
partments. Qulnn further recom
mends that no material bo purchased,
such as wagons, horses, mules, road
machinery, etc. without first obtain
ing permission from the Board.
Aylett appeared as the only mem
ber of tho Board to rush to the defense
of tho Road Supervisor. He wuutul
Qulnn's report, deposited In the offi
cial waste lasket. This aroused tho
Ire of tho chairman ot tho Road Com
mittee nnd before tho matter was fin
ally cleared up and tho report was
spread on the minutes as approved
nnd adopted, Qulnn told Aylett that as
long as he continued In office .is n
Honolulu who would go on tho bond
for a consideration.
Commissioner Judd stated that when
ho had known In the past that n per
son wns paid to go on a prisoner's
b'ond lie had refused to accept It, nnd
in tho future all bondsmen would
huvo to tako an oath that they were
not being paid anything to go on u
bond, and If (hey should commit per
jury In such a caso they would be
prosecuted under tho law.
There are In Honolulu a number of
persons who have been doing a pio
fesslonal bondsmen business, mostly
Chinamen, but from now on this
source ot Income Is barred, at least
In (bo Federal court.
Every time a man goes wrong tbuil
women In tho neighborhood say "I told
Af ANY a "fool" law" has been spread upon
-'the statute book's which, according to
the morning paper, is prima facie evidence that
'public opinion is behind it. Upon ttempte.d
enforcement, however and a realization of the
full meaning of the "law," public opinion has
revoltedt so emphatically as to make the "lawv
a dead letter. ' ' '
Now one of the weaknesses of the pro
hibition argument is that a lot of good, well
meaning, people who haven't much faith in it
want to try it and see. if it will work. But
they' fail to realize the injustice of making
such a wild experiment at the cost of property
and interests ot other equally good and well
meaning citizens. Like the boy with the gun,
they 11 say . afterward "I didn't know
loaded' : '
nn tltfl .lAitJ a.
1- given for every club of s.x-montb an f ","." "
Twelve months' subscription to 'the
dally subscriptions; two thousand
live nunurea voies are given lor live Even Ine Julia tin tsnn
pw J nv ni.i ,vi ...i....iin. c,Inng .luiietin, is.00.
... ....,. ....., .uuv..Vwum.. j,lve yeara. subscription to
The only requirement Is that the Evening Bulletin, )0.0o!
subscription, be turned in between One year's subscription to
Monday morning and 5 o'clock of the Weekly Bulletin Jl 00
following Saturday of every week. EUe years' subscription 'to
The premium offer Is a standing one'WfnkiT TlVltjn 500
5 Votes for Trip Contestant
rIn Evening Bulletin Popular
Fill la name and district of your favorite candidate
and send to the Bulletin Contest Department,
(Not Qood After Saturday, May 28)
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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
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