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RVRNINU UUr.LKTIN. HONOLULU, T. I!.. TtlUHStlW, MAY 20, 1910.
Yosemite Valley Was
Never More Beautiful
FORTUNATE TRIP WINNERS WILL
SOON BE KNOWN
'i RULES FOR CONTEST CLOSE.
Hlght o'clock will mark the cloe of the contest Saturday night.
' All contestants unci friends In the unite at that time will bo wnlt- $
J eil upon. The Judges will then tnko the bJllot hot for tho nnal S
count. Immediately the but Is opened, thu contestants and their
' friends ma witness tho last count of tho bnllots. Tho winners S
f will ho iitilioiintcil after tho closo of the tount. All lontcstnnta w
nro requcxtcd to bring someone with them to watch their Inter- i
ests whllo tho tount Is being taken. Ilemcmhcr, S o'tlock is tho
i .... i. . ;, t . .; . .i. . . . , t i s
Mlght torrents, tolilcr than Ice candidate who turns In, or has turn
ed in ror ner, tnrcc new or mree uiu
dally subscriptions. Two thousand
lie hundred oles aro given for
every club of live now or llvo old
Hawaii, Maui and Kauai.
All tonlcstants and their friends
living In lldwall, Maul and Kauai
districts and depending on tho malls
to bring their subscriptions to the
U u I I o 1 1 ii of1kc, MUST be sure
and hao nil their votes and sub
scriptions In the ballot-box before X
o'clock i. III. SATUHDAY, MAY 28,
as that is the time set for tho final
count of the otes, nnd any otcs
coming In after that date will not
bo" counted nnd allowed. Thopo send
ing. In votes or subscriptions should
HKOISTEIl samo before mailing, as
thero will bo less chnnco for them
to be lost In tho malls, and If any
should bo lost and show up after tho
final count Is made, the) will not bo
counted or nllowed, ntt tho count on
Saturday evening will be final, Tho
above rule will nlso apply to lms
trlct No. 1.
ItEclf. dashing tuor precipices ten'
times higher than the tallest build
ing ou ever saw, down, down, down
Into gorges blatk and awful; othor
mountain torrents cascading and
tumbling their foamy way down
steep precipices, shimmering llko u
million diamonds In tho sunlight,
whllo far, far below the llnMo of
the cow bell In the rl"h meadow
water by the Merced, comes up to
remind the wanderer of that "pence
which nonet h llko n river."
This Is Yosemite, tho wonderful,
in inld-summer. Never arc the
meadows greener, tho trrcat blue
nnd whllo lupins more beautiful, tho
rklcs clearer, or tho waterfalls
mightier and mnro awe Inspiring.
To visit Yoscmllo Is n glorious
prhllegc. Tho trlr should bo taken
bj every Westerner, as a pllgrlmago
to the holy shrine of the God of the
Universe, for In fow places do man's
thoughts reach upwards so easily
Yosemite Is alnnjs awe-lnsplrlug,
but this )c.ir, with tho waterfalls
abnormally high, and tho weather
perfect bejond description, the trip
will bo ono to ho remembered for
ctcr. This Is not an advertisement, or
somo p.irtlcutnrg might bo given Tho
Yoncmlto railroad, however, offers
tlic; only way Into tho valley unless
ono goes by private conveyance, and
tho train, a luxurious observation
car In the rear, leaves Mened dally
nt 2:30 p. in. There Is also a night
tialn from Sail I'rnnclMO which saves
tlmo and adds a ulglr's sojourn at
Hotel El I'ortnl, at tin terminus of
the railroad, 78 miles from Merted,
ono of tho delightful surprises of the
trip to tho uninitiated. The new
manager of Kl Portal Hotel Is C. A.
ilabb, an old Hatvoy eating house
Next morning comes tho wonder
ful stage ride up the cnnon of the
Merced, Sentinel Hotel being reach
ed Just before noon. Few more glo
rious outdoor trips have ever been
planned or taken.
Premium Offer Renewed.
Tho premium offer was renewed
on Monday for the Inst time. It
has been changed In no way since
mado three weeks ago it allows
llvo thousand extra votes for every
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
them to the Contest Department, if
you have not voted. The receipts
will be returned to you. You vote
lor iwo comesianis ft irip una
chatierone candidate. Name the two
for whom you wish to vote wnen
tending in subscription payments or
wnen returning receipts lor votes.
Contest Closes May 28, 8 p. m.
Saturday, May the twent) -eighth
Is thu time set for the close of the
contest and all votes and subscrlp
tlons MUST be In the U u 1 1 e 1 1 n
offlce on that date. The closing hour
will be at 8 o'clock p. ra. on May
28th, and those depending on the
malls to bring their subscriptions to
the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n offlce MUST have
alt votes and subscriptions in the
ballot box beforo 8 o'clock p. m, 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 be 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 the final
count of the ballots.
Have to Choose
and Comfort in
When you bought ordinary shoes you had lo decide whether
you wanted style or comfort because you knew that it was impos
sible to obtain both in the same shoes. We can give you Women's
Regal Shoes that will afford you both pereel style and absolute
comfort. These combined features kave helped to male Women's
Regal Shoes famous.
Our Women's Rcgals are exact reproductions
of the latest, correct custom styles and Regal
quarter-sizes (found only in Regal Shoes) insure
perfect fit and comfoit. Wc will demonstrate this
lo yod any time you will drop into our store.
$3.50 and $4.00
Regal Shoe Store
THE DISTRICTS ARE AS FOLLOWS
District No. 1 includes tho City and
County of Honolulu.
District No. z includes tno uouniy
District No. 3 Includes tho Counties
of Molokal and Maui.
Thero aro flvo trips that are appor
tioned as follows:
Two to District No. 1.
Ono to District No. 2.
Ono to District No. 3. i
Tho fifth trip goes to tho mntron
who secures tho most votes for chap-crone.
Don't forget the candidates for
chaperons are candidates at-larae.
VOTE3 ON SUBSCRIPTIONS
(.OWED AS F0LL0W8
Ono month's subscription to
Evening Bulletin Old
STANDING OF CONTESTANTS
Standing of Chapcrone Contestants
Mrs. W. C. Moore Honolulu 603,524
Mrs. Helen Sicmson Hilo .., 283,388
Mrs. BtpRS, Funnene Hospital . ...Puunene 240,078
Mrs. Henry Blake Koloa 14,105
Mrs. Ed. Daniels Lahaina 0,841
Mrs. Henry E. Abbey TAnahola 3,345
Mrs. Wm. Kruse Wahiawa 3,125
Standing cf Trip. Contestants
DISTRICT NO. 1.
Miss Anpie Pancelinan, Palm Cafe, . Honolulu 307,684
Miss Mary McCabe, Kapiolani Ma
ternity Home Honolulu 203,735
Miss Emma Sasaki, 1457 Auld Lane. Honolulu 157,020
Miss Mary Johnson, Johnson Sana
torium Honolulu ...,...' 105,283
Miss Hebecca Macy Waialua 72,750
Miss Honey Voss Honolulu 3,840
Miss Lucy Kopa, 015 Prospect St,..Hoonlulu i. 3,238
Miss Lucy K. Barber Honolulu 3,042
Miss Rose Amia v . . , .Honolulu 3,030
Miss Mary JJias .t. &..'. Honolulu 3,014
DISTRICT NO. 2.t rrvr . , , ,,
Miss Emma Akamu ,M .J.-.Hllo ..,'....!,,.., t 80,134
Miss Helen Watson ......Hilo ,..... 7,432
Miss Quccnie Scharratt, KamuelaTTHilo 4,420
Miss Louisa de Harne ...'..?. .'NlKohala ....,.,., ,v,, .,.,. . 3,068
Miss Kathcrine Clark Kailua . .j. .w. .,.. .; 3,811
Miss Kuulei Hapaii Hilo ,..:.... 3,380
Miss Isabella Koomoa, Xeauhou. . . .North Kona 3,278
Miss Annie Kai ... , Keauhou 3,104
Miss Louisa Hapat Hilo 3,094
Mary H. Kawewehl Keauhou 3,080
Miss Mary Nailima Pahala , 3,080
Miss Mary Arakawa .Hilo 3,041
Miss ttose xl, nauma tnio 3,032
scription, 100 votes; now subscrip
tion, 125 votes.
Threo mouths' subscription to tho
Evening Dullotl n Old sub
scription, 350 votes; new subscription
Six months' subscription to the
Evening Dullotl n Old sub
scription, 800 votes; new subscription,
Ono year's subscription to tho
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scription, 2000 votes; new subscrip
tion, 2500 votes. .
Flvo years' subscription to the
livonlng Dullotl n Old sub
scription, 15,000 votes; now subscrip
One years subscription to the
Weekly Dullotl n Old subscrip
tion, 100 votos; now subscription, 125
Five years' subscription to tho
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tion, 1250 votes; now subscription
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WEEKLY BULLETIN IS
One month's subscription
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Six months' subscription to tho
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Twclvo months' subscription to the
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Ono year's subscription to the
Wookly Dulletln, $1.00.
Five years' subscription to the
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MANAGER, CONTEST DEPT.,
In the mill aro getting together a purso
to mnko n wedding present, nnd hs-1
sides, it Is understood that something
fancy In tho rug lino Is sir' ad In thu
works In bo laid on tho Ilnosovclt .Ii.
parlor floor out In SAn Prnnclsci,
whom ho is to bo a carpet Lalvsman.
FA8TED THREE WEEKS TO
CURE STOMACH TROUBLE
for, Infants and Children
The Effects of Opiates.
Druckton, April 28. Next Friday
morning James II. Yancey, 24 jcara
of ngc, n mntoriiinn employed by tho
Old Colony Street Hallway company,
Will Olid n tliree-eekS fast. Dy W lllcll rpniT INFANT nro rwetlllnflv MHuvnllMn in imlumaiul IU vnrlnilai nron.
ho is trying to euro a had enso of 1 orations, all of which aro narcotic, is well known. Even In tho smaller
stomnth trouble. dW, if continued, Uicso opiates causa changes la tho function nnd growth of
Although ho tins lost nearly 50 tll0 cclg ,c, nro jkcly (o uccomo ,,cr,imncnt causing Imbecility, mental
pounds and now weighs but little o or ( rcrvcrslon, o, craving for alcohol or narcotics In later llfo. Nervous discos, Bltc,
110. YnnCCy declares 110 lias SUCCCSS- , llrrtal.ln nprvniMllvnrwiniiinml Wlr nt .(nvtn .,.r nm cir,.1l.nf ,ln.lno-
with opiates or narcotlca to keep children quiet In their Infancy, Tho rule anionic
physicians Is that childrcnjnliould never rocclvo opiates in tho smallest doses for
mora than a day at a tlmo, nnd only then it unavoidable
Tho administration of Anodynes, Drom, CordlaN, Soothing- Synip and other
nireotlcs to children by any but a physlttnn cannot bo too utrongly decried, nnd
tho druggist should not bo a nartv to 1L Children who aro ill nerd tlm attention
1 of a physician, and It Is nothing less than a crime to doio thrm willfully with nar
cotics. Castorln contains no narcotics If It bean Ilia signature of Chas. II. Hctchcr.
fully buttled with tho mutiidy Hint
wns slowly stealing u'wuy his vitality
nnd rns that ho never felt butter In
For tho past 21 da)H Yancey litis
llu-d on nothing but water, hot water
for tho most part.
Ho was troubled with nccrn stom
ach ailments' some weeks ago nnd con
sulted many doctois without success.
It wns on tho return from n ilortnr'ri
visit that ho pnrchnscd book In
which hovrcad of fnstlng n n euro for
lo weighed 153 pounds when ho
Htnrted hU fast nnd tho tlrsl week ho
lost 20 pounds. Ho Bavs tho second
1 Toar prtitrfttlon knnwn m Ca'lorU I hire ntvl
Tor jMrt In children! compUInU and I hire found
cotMoj better." Jonx J. Lti r, M. O ,
Tor nerrrfcl 7eftr"i 1 recommended yonr CMtorU
ml hatl always cnntlnne to do to. m It baa Inea-
was hftrd, but tho worst tlmo of rlaMj pmlnee.1 beneficial remlu."
AUWIH r. I'AHUEK, Al, IJ., ACW XOTK IU7.
Toor Caatorla la a merttorlona bftnachoM
remedy. It la purely vegetable and acta aa a mild
talhartlc Abore all, It dura no barm, which la
mora than can ba aald of the great majority of chit
Vinos n. CorraiK, It. D., Omaha, Neb,
y2 . y 1 ? i-JtT" gunriintccii gonulr
nil nns oil tho xbventh day. Slnco
then ho sas ho has not had any great
craving for food.
Friday ho will cat his first iii'nl, but
will not start on meat, Intending to
nbRtnln from nil kinds "of "meals und
llvo on cgetnbleH nnd corcals.
Mr, Yancey lives at mo Main
street nnd before coming to this city,
made his homo In Ylrslnln, whero ho
Children Cry for
In Use For
1 have prescribed your Caatorla In many catea
and bate alwaya found It en efficient and apeedy
remedy." A. F. rriiin, M. D., 8t txmte. Mo.
" I baro ncd yonr Cavlorla In my ovrn boenehnld
wllh arno.1 rr ilia, and bave adelard aererat pallcnla
to ue tt fur tta mild, laxative effect and freedom
from harm." Knwann Tinman, M. P ,
nrooklyn, N. T.
"Tour Caatorla botda the eycem of the medlrat
profeeqlon In a manner held bno other proprietary
preparation. It la a aare end reliable niedlclne for
lntanu and chrdren. In fact it la )be nnlrereal
houachold remedy for InfanUlo allmenta.
J. A. l'iKin, M. O., Kaneaa Clly, Mo.
Over. 30 Years.
BY WIN8TED MAN.
ROOSEVELT JR. MAKES
LAST PIECE OF CARPET
Goes to New York, Where His Mar
riage Is to Take Place op June
18th. " A
HAinTOriD, (Conn,). May 1. Yes
terday was Mho last day for carpet
making for )oung "Teddy" Iloosevclt
and ho left for; Now York City to re
main n mouth and to prcparo for hW
coming mnrriugo to Miss Ullnor Alex
ander Juno INth, a fow ln)n after tha
Colonel iirrhes ut tho metrojiolls.
"Yes, thero's no uso In denying it,
wo aro very sorry to havo "Toddy"
It'iivo us." said Kobcrt King, with
whom thu ex-I'rcsldent'H son has
boarded for u jenr and a half whllo
ho was learning tho manufacture of
"Ho has left all his things hero,"
said Mrs. King this afternoon, "and I
don't propoxo to niovo a thing until
he comes huro for his belongings.
"I don't know whether wo or nil one
elrc around hero will get Invitations
to tho wedding, but )ou may bo sure
I'm going down to sea Teddy married
If I get -tho chunce."
"Illll" Hlncs, who tuught oung
Iloosaiolt threo-nunrtcrs of what ho
knows about, carpets and thut U prac-
'tlcally ever) thlug, and tho other bosses
Wlnsted, Ohio, May 8. lng since
made famous by tho many freaks of,
nature unearthed In this section, Win-,
stcd is today aspiring for premier
horor with tho first and only human
Incubator. Tho person cnjo)lug this
remnrknblo distinction Is Clnilda
Ilerno, foreman of tho dye house nt
tlm Wlnsted nllk factory, nnd. nlthouch
jho hna lived hero n number of jears. '
It was not until today that his hatch-1
Ing lKiwer wns discovered. Mr. Borno
happened to be In the vicinity whcnl
flvo eggs wcro taken from n crow's'
nest at tho south end of Highland
I.nke Sundny and asked tor two of tho
eggs for tho puriioKO of putting them
under n sitting hen. When about half
way homo ho wns surprised upon put
ting his hnnij In his pocket to find ono
egg-anil a oung crow. In his efforts
to protect the youngster ho brnko Iho
other egg and this morning when he
went to the hennery to visit tho ) nung
crow he found It dead, suffocated under
Its foster mother.
Real Estate Transactions
Miss Annie Aiu Kailua
DISTRICT M0. 3.
Miss Sarah Cockett , . . .Lahaina
Miss Annabcllc Mundon Kanaa .
Mist Mary Marciel Kahakuloa 7,288
Mill Sclioltr. Circuit Court Wailuku 0,388
Mils Alice Ai .Lihue ,,. 4,589
Mist Mary Kaoo, Kaunakakai Molokai 4,215
Miss Waiaholo lahaina 4,114
Recorded' May 14. 1010.
Linn Leo to I.uni Chun, II S; Int In
IlowVChong Wnl Co; $1000. 11 33C,
p 10. May 12, 1910.
Joo Ornollus and wf to rinnk
Uonls, I); lot 7, blk 8, Kapiolani
Trnct, Honolulu, Oaliu; S2S0. II
3S7, p 419. May 13, 1910.
Mrs Niilnlmamo l'ckclohrmn to
Theresa Q Uolllvonu, D; kill 3S7,
Kuumnknplll, Honolulu, Oilm; J 5,
1) 327. p 421. May 3, 1910,
Theresa O Ilelllbeau nnd ush I, T)
to I, L, McCandlt-RS, I); 1-2 int In
por kill 387, KntimuknplU, Honolulu
Oahu; 17C. II 327, p '122. May
II T Lewis and wt to II I, ilutt.li
liinoii, I); lots 8, 10 und 12, bile 23,
routs, etc, Kaltnukl Tract, Honululu,
Ouhur-SiiOO. II 327, p 423. Apr
Caiollne D C Westorvel't to Snrnh
C Hliodcs, Hoi; lots 2B, 26, 27 nnd
28, blk L, It P 21,70, kill 5873. Hob
ron Ht, Honolulu, Oahu; S800. II
334, p 139. May 13, 1910.
Sarah C K Stocks nnd hsb (II 11)
lo Curolluo D Westorvelt, I); lots 2S,
26. 27 und 28, blk h, It 1 2576. kill
C873, Hobron St, Honolulu. Ouhu,
$800. U 327, p 424. Apr 8, 1910,,
811a 11 I'ratt to Notice, Notice; Kaao,
to Johanim Q Marshall, Itcl;
ft land), bldgs, rent,
Tract, Honolulu, Oiih'u;
II 334, p 139. Apr C,
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and promptly digested that it agrees with the weakest
stomach. It is simply a pure food, invigorating and
It is nurc: rich milk, with the extract of malted grain,
in powder form, soluble in water. A nourishing drink is
prepared in a moment by stirring vigorously in water, hot
or cold. Unequalled as a food for infants, invalids and
nursing mothers. Endorsed by physicians everywhere.
Sample! free to Physicians and Drufflsts.
At all Druggists.
HORLICK'S MALTED MILK COMPANY, Raclni, Wit., U. S. A.
CASES OF HAZING WEST POINTERS ' ,
DEBATED BY SENATORS AND ARMY
John Viclra to von Ilumni-Young
Co Ltd, a M; i-cj Under modol 9 A
Stoddnril-Daton touring car. No
iii. Tor of Hawaii; $750. 11 331,
p 141, May 11, 1910.
Jose T .Kurtudo and wf to Carlos
do Uouvelu,, D; la of lot 34, patent
3C81, Ahuuloa, llamakuu, Huwull:
$170. II 327, p 416. May 10, 19)0.
Asataro Mlnamt to C V llradshaw,
C M; 6 horse's, stago nnd harness,
Hilo. Hawaii, $100, II 334, p 133,
May 7, 1910.
lloo'I.u On Akina and wf to rirst
Hank of Hilo Ltd, M; H V 4720, kul
8698, Nlulll, Kuhala, Hawaii; $1000,
11 331, p 134. May 8, 1910.
Joanulm Cnrvalho nud wf to first
Hank of Hilo Ltd, M; rcnl pioperty,
Hilo, Hawaii; $300. 11 334, p 137,
Muy B, 1910' i
T W Knalhlll to Mrs Ululaul K
Akl, D; Cl-lOOa of It P (gr) 1365,
up 1, Kalupuua, Puna, Hawaii; $20.
1) 327, p 418. Mur 29, 1910.
Kala Knulhuo (k) to Kukalau
Pluntu Co Ltd, L; 20 l-2u land,
Hanmkua, Hawal; 10 vrs at
applcn for reg tltlo of It P 1781, ap $3po por yr. H 323, p 470. Mar
1, por It P 4448, np 1, por It P CUOd. 21, 1010.
ami por It P 3S71, Nuuiinu St, Ho-1 Hekekla Mauase to Jcunnlo II
lioliilu, Oilm, II ll.M!, p 17, May 1 I, KIiir. I); Int In 70-100,1 land, HlKh
1!IM, St, Wnllukti, Maul; $1125. II 327,
.Melio.-lltiin Tuist . Suva Hunk p 117. Muy 10, 1910.
I ri -
lrJ WEST POINT CADETS
LUY &KJ2&0 rtitztivr. I
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M J , ,, -i
xvJPUfliV: 111 MJy.i iff PFlfrffiffl ' 'il7rfrf?ffM'm
r.& 6-PIUj l f' j C f pnlpTv
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amHT l s- iji;tf..i.'.s,sr- 7-?- v"ij.- .- ' m m ,-wrsn I uck
Acass.: , wrrTa. f -'-
J7i- I I L til lert afC ..i-ij & av jF9E .. ,
SCOTT ;iBH thJfMJ!iiA!iKXJWmi9.lM
WASHINGTON, May 8. Tho
failure of tho subcommittee of tho
Eonato committee on military af
fairs to reach an agreement on tho
bills authorizing the reinstatement
in tho United States Military nca
demy at West Point of Ca'dotg Wil
liam T. Itosscll, Jr., Harry C. Weav
er nnd Chauncoy C. Dovore, convict
ed af hazing, threw Hio question In
to the hands of the full cqnimlttoo.
The case has attracted much atten
tion, It Is known that Sccretur,
of War Dickinson and Colonol Hugh
L. Scott, superintendent of the aca
demy, aro opposed to the reinstate
ment of tadetg convicted of hazing.
They hold that failure to exact from
bazeiu the penalty required by' law
tends to the subversion of discipline
at the academy.
Trc felling by oltctrlcally heated
wires hus been fou id lupracttcable
In normally, on account of clogging
Olid tho nulck destruction nt Ilia mil.
I hut strvtthed wlru.
Even n girl with a rosolmd nioulli
can glvo a withering smile. Phila
The United States has 200,000,000
I apple tit'os.
"And do jdii think, doctor, joil
will llko ma?" "My dear madam, I
want to marry oqr daughter on'y
that I may hnva ou ns my niotho,'-ln-luw."
Fllostutlu U uetter.