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RVRNINtf BOLLETlr. HONuLfltiB, T. !!., TKID.W, MAT ST, 1919.
STANDING OF CONTESTANTS.RECEPTION -
HOW AEROPLANES WILL API EAR FLYING -.
OVER ATLANTICIFLEET IN NEW NAVY TESTS
1 AT KAHULUI
THAN IS BOOZE
UP TO WEDNESDAY EVENINO, MAY 25, AT LAST OFFICE. COUNT
Standing of Chapcrone Contestants
Mm. W. C. Moore Honolulu ? 603,524,
Mis. Helen Siemson Hllo 283,388
Mrs. Beggs, Puunene Hospital .... Fuunene . . i 240,978
Mrs. Henry Blak Koloa ..." 14,195
Mrs. Ed. Daniels Lahaina 6,841
Mrs. Henry E. Abbey Anahola .-. 3,345
Mrs. Wm. Kruse Wahiawa 3,125
Standing cf Trip Contestants
DISTRICT NO. 1.
Miss Angie Fungclinan, Palm Cafe. . Honolulu 397,08,4
Miis Mary McCabe, Kapiolani Ma-
ternity Home Honolulu 203,735
Miss Emma Sasaki. 1457 Auld Lane. Honolulu 157,920
Miss Mary Johnson, Johnson Sana
torium Honolulu 105,283
Miss Rebecca Macy Waialua 72,759
Miss Honey Voss Honolulu 3,840
Miss Lucy Kopa, 915 Prospect St... Hoonlulu 3,238
Miss Lucy K. Barber Honolulu 3,042
Miss Rose Amia Honolulu 3,030
Miss Mary Dias .'Honolulu 3,014
DISTRICT NO. 2. ,
Miss Emma Akarau Hilo 80,134
Miss Helen Watson Hilo 7,432
Miss Quecnle Scharratt, Kamuela. .Hilo 4,429
Miss Louisa de Harne Kohala 3.9G8
Miss Kathcrine Clark Kailua 3,811
Miss Kuulei Hanaii Hilo . 3,380
Miss Isabella Koomoa, Keauhou. . . .North Kona 3,278
Miss Annie Kai Keauhou 3,104
Miss Louisa Hapai 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 3,021
DISTRICT NO. 3.
Miss Sarah Cockett Lahaina 10,078
Miss Annabclle Mundon Kapaa 13,032
Miss Mary Marciel Kahakuloa 7,288
Miss Scholtz. Circuit Court Wailuku 0,388
Miss Alice Ai Lihue 4,589
Miss Mary Kaoo, Kaunakakai Molokai 4,215
Miss Waiaholo Lahaina 4,114
CONTEST CLOSES 8 P. M., SATURDAY, MAY 28
Premium Offer Renewed.
The iiremlum oltor was renewed
on Monday tor the last time. It
bus been changed In no way since
made three weeks ago. It allows
live thousand extra votes for every
Candidate who turns In, or has turn
ed In for her, three new or three old
dully subscriptions. Two thousand
live hundred votes are given for
fiery club of five new or flvo old
Hawaii, Maui and Kauai.
All contestants and their frlonds
living In Hawaii, Maul and Kauai
dlKtrktg and depending on the malls
to bring their subscriptions Id the
It ii 1 1 e 1 1 ii office,
and have all their
District No. 2 Includes tho County
District No. 3 Includes the Counties
of Molokai and Maul.' . ' I
Thero aro flvo trips, that are appor
tioned as follows: '
Two to District No. 1.
One to District No. 2.
Ono to District No. 3.
Tho fifth trip goes to tho matron
who secures the most totes for chap-
Don't forget the candidates for
chaperone are candldates-at-large.
votes on Subscriptions al
lowed as FOLLOWS
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Evening Bulletin Old sub-
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votes and sub- Hon, 12S votes. I
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o'clock p, m. SATURDAY. MAY 28, Evening Bulletin Old sub
as that Is the time set for the final scrlptlon, 350 voles; new mbscrlption,
count of the votes, and any votes 150 votes.
coming 'In after that date will not' Blx months' subscription to the
bo counted and allowed. Those send- Evening Bullet In Old sub
Ing. In votes or subscriptions should scrlptlon, 800 votes; new subscription.
HttniSTHIl Amn liefnro mnlllnir as 10 votes.
i..r win i, i iiii. fnr hm P year's subscription to the
to be lost In the malls, and It any
Evening Bulletin Old sub-
should be lost and show up after the crlnt'"i 20 vote'! new ubscrip-
' -- . linn 9KAA vn(a.
fmnl rnnnt la mnrln. thpv will nnt ho 4,wvv .--ii
counted or allowed, as the count on
Five years' subscription to the
.rKvenlng Bulletin Old sub
scription, 16,000 votes; new subscrip
tion, 20,000. ( i
One year's subscription to the
Weekly Bulletin Old subscrip
tion. 100 votes: new subscrlntlom 125
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tion! to the uontest Department, ii """ "uu '""" UBW "
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Saturday evening will be final,
above rule will also apply to
trtct No. l.
Important Notice to Subscribers.
You are entitled to votes (or every
subscription payment to the Bui
will be returned to you. You vote
lor two contestants a trip and a'
chaperone candidate. Name the two
for whom you wish to vote when
sending in subscription payments' or
when returning receipts for votes.
Contest Closes May 28, 8 p. m.
Saturday, Mny the twenty-eighth,
is the time set for the close of the
contest and nil votes and subscrip
tions MUST be In the Bulletin
ufilce on that date. The closing hour
will be at 8 o'clock p. m. on May
28th, and those depending on the
malls to bring their subscriptions to
the Bulletin office MUST have
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Three montlib' subscription to the
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Evoning Bulletin. $4.00.
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Five years' subscription to the
Evening Bulletin, $40,00,
One year's subscription to the
Weekly Bulletin, $1.00.
Five years' subscription to the
nil votes nnrl fmhscrlntlnna In thfi
ballot box before 8 o'clock p. m. oulWeBklJr Bulletin, $5.00,
that date. The Judges for the final
cuunt of the ballots will be chosen
from prominent business men of Ho
nolulu; their names will be announc
ed In due Beaton. Each contestant
will have the right to select a friend
oruelattve to represent her and look
after her Interests during the final
count of the ballots.
THE DISTRICTS ARE AS FOLLOW8
District No. 1 includes the City and
County of Honolulu.
Address all Inquiries to
MANAQER, CONTEST DEFT.,
Honolulu, T. H.
Hob- I,, see Smith In town; vyhst
motive brought him 7 Hub I don't
know for sure, but ,1 Jhluk It was a
locomotive. Farm Journal. '
In Brussels we presume that the
native Instead of shying a brick at
Ihe stranger uses a Belgian block.
? RULES FOR CONTEST CLOSE.
' Eight o'clock will markj.the cloje of the contest Saturday night.
v All contestants and friends in the office at that time will be wait-.
v ed upuii, The judges will then take the ballot-box for the flual -i
! pount. Immediately the box Is opeued, the contestants aud their 3
V freuds may witness the last count of the- ballots. The winners 4
' will be announced after )he clos of the count. All contestants .
are requested to bring someone with them to watch their Inter- 8
v pais while the count is being taken, Remember, 8 o'clock Is the S
j; contest cuse. $
$ t t- '$ P't $ 'i- Q $ $ J $4 4'i'4JJ,t,f'4''i'Ji4 V
iSnecinl CorresDondence.) ''
WAlI.UKU. Maul, May 4. 'Ai
mote peife.t duy than Sunday last
could not have been wished fdr by
the committee In charge for the en
tertainment of the officers and crew
of the Portuguese cruiser San Ga
briel, which arrived at Kahulul at
daylight from Honolulu, having ex
perienced n very smooth trip across
the channel. The 1'ortugucse recep
tion committee, together with mem
bers of tho honorary committee,
were towed out In n decorated light
er at 8 a. in. to extend Milul s wel
come to the distinguished vlsltnis.
The ciulfer was boarded iuiiI after n
short Informal reception nbuard.
members returned to prepare for
till' iweptlim of tho dllktnlH ns ''
o'clock, ai piogrnmml. Messrs. San
tos npd Jorqiiln Hardin remained
board, to complete details. Accom
panying the commander on his visit
lo Knliiilui and Hllo are the follow
ing clients: Consul A. de S. Cann
varro, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Beabury,
Mr. -a ni Mrs, J. I. Sllva of Kauai,
Dr. ami Mrs. ,. It. (laspar, M. A.
Gunsalves.'W. Sluiie uml Photograph
Promptly at ol'lock the tug
Leslie Baldwin was nlongslde the
crulsqr to transport the officials and
guests of the San Gabriel ashore. On
the wharf the commander was greet
ed' by Company I of the National
Guard. This Incident 'was very
much appreciated by lilm. Automo
biles were In waiting, and after all
of tho committee and guests had
been accommodated, the machines
wheeled oft to loo Valley, where
breakfast was In waiting. Mrs.
Ilurlepi's coffee was pronounced the
best, and, together with the shndy
trees and a clear day, the commit,
tee were more than pleased at the
success of the Ino breakfast.
The entertaining committee then
took charge of the guests and con
veyed them to Kaupakalua winery,
through Central Maul. Commander
Plnto-.Basto and Consul Canavarro
were wen pleased wun me enter
prise of their countrymen In this
section of the island. After a quick
visit lo PUunene mill, where the
party was met by Manager V, F.
Baldwin, the machines made their
way to Kahulul, where an elaborate
Hawaiian luau was In wnltlng. Men-
dnmes Ilose Kepoikal and Polly Ka
lua and other Hawaiian ladles work
ed the greater part of Saturday night
and all day Sunday to help make the
affair a great success. More than
three thousand people had congre'
gated nt Kahulul to greet the com
mander nnd his crew. At 10 o'clock
In the morning the crew from th
ship were allowed to Innd and were
taken In hand by n special commit
tee nt Kahulul.
The Maul County band, under Di
rector O. II. Schraeder, was In at
tendance nt the luau and played se
lections nil day. As the commander
and his party arrived. Bandmaster
Schrader struck up the Portuguese
National Anthem, which was lustily
cheered, The long tables at the
baseball grounds hnd been elegantly
prepared, and, were well laden with
food cooked In real Hawaiian style.
The speech of welcome was made by
Itcv. Mr. Santos, 'and was1 responded
to by the commander, who proved
himself a good orator' In both the
Portuguese and English languages.
He offered a toast to the American
A short speech was also made by
Hon. H. P. Baldwin, who once more
manifested his varm nloha for the
Portuguese people, with whom he
has had much experience. A beau
tfully hand-made cushion was pre
sented to the cruiser on behalf of
the citizens of iha-sland.
After the luau the officers and
sailors were allowed to go with
frtends -to--be entertained as each
thought best, and at S o'clock were
given a grand farewell. The cruiser
left at C p. m. on Its way to Hilo,
after the officers and men had spent
a most pleasant day on the Valley
Great credit Is duo the various
committees In charge of the affair,
and the manner In which the large
crowds were handled speaks well tor
the Portuguese. Portugal was rep-
resented en masse. Transportation
was generously furnished by nil1 of
the plantations. Even" Munager
Welnsheimer of far-away . Bahaina
arranged for the transportation! of
his Portuguese, laborers to Kahulul
by stage. Tra'lnloads of people were
handled without the slightest mis
hap, The commander and consul de.
sire to express their appreciation of
the splendid reception tendered
Mrs. Sage's plan to do away with
tho loan shark is doubly beautiful,
for It will of necessity eliminate the
Joan Bucker, Denver Republican,
''if "l a great deal betie'r to have
the people of the settlement con
tented and happy and attending
inoVfng-plotliie shows In the even-.
Ing rather than quarreling and mnk
Ins swlnes,'' said President Motf-
Smlth at the Board of Health meet
ing 'yesterday afternoon, Iu making
an Informal report of conditions nt
Molokai as ho found them on nia
trip there last week.
Every Wednesday four new sets
of films nre received at Molokai, and
for the three succeeding evenings
the theater, which consists of an
Iron roof 'supported b'y laige posts;
has nn nudleiue of fiym thrca to
four hundred persons nil that can
find room Inside.
Although Auditor Klsher can not
be mndo to seo that the expense In
curred In hating u picture machlno
and getting new films for it is a
legal charge ngalust the care and
segregation of lepers fund, yet this
slight recreation has dono moro for
contentment, keeping Ihe Jail empty
nnd decreasing the making of swipes
than any other form of recreutlon
that has ever been tried.
In speaking further of the work
and conditions at the settlement,
President Motl-Smlth called tho at
tention of the board to the urgent
need of a new building to take the
place of tho llayvlew Homo for Ha
wallans, which was fast becoming
altogether unfit for human habitation.
The Bishop Home for Girls needs
repairs or enlargement, and It is
proposed to erect another cottage,
which can lie built for $2100. Of
the $SO0O fund for general improve
menta, part should be used for re
pairs on the Bishop and Baldwin
homes at once.
Dr. Sexton, wild has mado a recent
trip' to Maul and Kauai in the In
terests of the tuberculosis campaign,
reported Interest In both place;, but
that the work on Maul had taken an
advanced start. The supervisors
there had appropriated $d00 for tho
construction of buildings, uml a trnct
of 400 acres 3000 feet above tho sea
had been secured for the camp site.
Two buildings were to be bjtllt by
tho supervisors, each to hive accom
modations for six patients, nnd H.
P. Baldwin wll buld nnother and
It Is the plan to make tho camp
self supporting, and to this end pigs
and other animals will be raised, and
as the soil Is moro than usually fer
tile, vegetables In nbundnnro can bo
k'$"u l IflWlft rJirrllTfc f 'RSlL '.lLr JUL ,-, Jj,..
WASHINGTON, May . For over a month navy circles have been actively at work plannlns a second tour of
the world for the American navy battleships and cruisers. President Taft is going to go Koosevelt one better
nnd Is planning to Bend a larger fleet with a number of spectacular Incidents to Impress the powers of the far
cast and Europe. Within tho next thirty days secret drills will bo held In which tests will be mado in connec
tion with aeroplanes. A score of war vessels will carry on the test off Newport. Armed with bags containing
flour, tho aeroplanes will circle over I ho warships In an effort to blow them up with a flvo ounce bag of white
flour. Just how tho' aeroplanes are to bo hit has not, been disclosed, but they aro due to do some scnsatlonnLfly
Ing If they escape, the rapid fire guns of tho ships. Tho mon who will use tho airships nro In favor of bolng'call
ed 'Mead'' by a Jury rather than tnko the risk of having their machines hit oven with paper wndB. The
tests aro oxpectcd to be tho most Interesting and sensational .held under tho auspices of tho navy for a long
time. During tho recent drills of the. Atlantic fleet much nttention was given to firing nt sirlnll balloons that
were turned looso from tho different ships. Tho exact dato for the tour of the combined fleet has not been set
tled, -but It Is announced at tho navy building that the trip may start larly In September, and the neroplanes
will bo taken along. While the niitlonn of the world nre not In favor of blowing up warships from aeroplanes,
still tests have been nnd will continue to be made Until tho matter Is settled as to the practical end of the
nlrshlps In theiganiu of war. '
OP EVERY FORM
Successful Expedition of U. 8. Steam'
S'FORT SHAFTER NEWS
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uuatJtttinritiKHuuuaurinau ts'tt ttnanutiauuntj::
The hoys of this- battalion are Bowers, Private Sagroslskl, Private
more than enjoying themselves In 1 Rowland and Private Pickett. Com
the swimming tank each Uay, by
I playing wnter 'games, such ns polo,
i swimming, racing and diving.
from n two-year cruise In Iho south xlTlB men of 'company O have been
sens tho steamer AllKitrosH in thb.hnr- nnv, tg0 h ,ast
bor inlay brlngsback specimens fo1- t
11. 1.- miiiiiiDuiMUM iiioiiimu 11..11WI . !,- I.onn oaltlnn fl.la
O I - .,... .l,lnla n lli Inrnt I ttiniiannila rt ilnllttna Tim mwinlntrinu O r
IX lUJIlltjr IVBIUCUin III IIIO ICliui uiuuauuun i UuiMtlD. HU nn--.Mvtio
V Quartermaster - Sergeant
Sergeant Simmons, Sergeant
Collins, Sergeant Strauss, Musician
Smith, Private Oakrey and Private
Jubtnvllle. Company II Sergeatit
I.cmm, Sergeant McCall, Corporal
Klpteknll Pnrnnrnl Plnntkownkl nnil
'Thel Musician Smith. Company O Ser-
settlement, who were 1!
the reason that they were believed
not to have leprosy, have ugaln pe
titioned the board for a reexamina
tion, staling 'that they think they
have the disease and want to go back
to the settlement.
Two thousand seven hundred nnd
fifty dollars' nre to be expended for
the purchase, of a motor truck to
help carry on the Increased work
of tho board In ami around Hono
lulu. With the extension, of sanita
tion work, tho mosquito cumpalgn
and disinfecting. It is Impossible to
do the work with tiio present equip
ment, and It was the unanimous
opinion of the board, that the truck,
which may bo .converted Into an am
bulance, should Ije purchased. f
Other matters taken up at tho
meeting of the board were wholly
of a routine nature,
01 me ie,er ""' " " " "" new firing regulations prescribe thatlgeant tfistler, I.ance Corporal Thorn
"ESL1! H shai. be l,eld each year during, as, Private Bowers and Private herd.
of flsh In the tropical waters of tho
Phlllpptno archipelago. Specimens. of
tfiri-n ftcli worn uttlmifi.t frttni Mnnltfl
In milks Inni? before Dm Albatross nr-1 a ,ew de
The vessel was chartered and sent
out by tho Fish ami Gamo Commission
target season. Companies B, V and The officers' quarters aro nearly
H will have their flold practise In all lighted up with electricity, as
the electricians have ono moro build
ing to wire, Then' they will start
Ordnance Storehouse. 1
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The qunrtermuster ucparimeiu-on 1110 cnnsieu men s quariers. iney
Iiob men working on tho new ord- expect to get through with tho post
of tho Institute. It was In charge, of nnce Biorenouse wiucn is iieii.guy next, ween.
Cnptaln C. M. McCormlck, U. S. N..efec'e'l uer the corral. The old Guard Mounting-. '
nmi uni nnniimxii with n rnm.ilein ordnance storehouse Is qulto a way I Guard mounting, which takes
ALEXANDRA TO HAVE
King's Widow, With Annuity of $350,.
000, Will Live at Sandrlngham.
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
I'AZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed
to cure any case of Itching, Blind,
Bleeding or Protruding Piles' in 6 to
14 days or money refunded. Made by
PARIS MEDICINE CO., Saint Louis,
U.S. of A.
LONDON, May 7 Although no plan
have yet been announced., nnd will
not bo mado public until after tho
burial of the King, It is consldored ex
tremely probable that Queen Alexan
dra will chooso Sandrlngham Palace
as her residence. This ' mngnlflcent
property was owned, by King Edward,
the state having no volco In its dis
position. Alexandra has' always shown
a preference for Sandrlngham, and
closo friends say she will make that
As Downge,' the first England has
had since Queen Adolatde, relict of
William IV, she will be entitled to an
annuity of 1350,000. It Is consldored
highly probabtd that the Government
will provide for ihe upkeep of San-
fflmrtinm ni nnv ntli0t nnlni-n slin mnv
j iIioobo as her own, nnd 'may also In-
cieaso her yearly allowance, for she Is
very popula&.vdtlutho EnglUh people
and will be accorded liberal treat
ment. She Will probably spend con
siderable tlmo In Penmark. She was
a Princess of Denmark, her father bo
Ing tho late King Christian IX.
Many of the priceless personal Ho
loni'lngs of King Edward, gifts from
Individuals. ami societies, 'Will pass to
Queen . Alexandra, slid eventually
tlnough her children, to the empire,
Tho gifts made to him by oihnr states
ami potentates In his capacity ns rut'
er of Great Brltuln becomo the nrop-
vny 01 me enipno.
apparatus for catching flsh, taking
soundings, exploring ocean beds and
had a supply; of dynamlto bombs to
force deep sea flsh to the surfneo
whero they could lie captured.
Tho voyage of tho Albatross was
practically without Incident.
Sho encountered no storms, was nov
er In danger. Her only unpleasant ex
perience was a two weeks' quarantine
at' Honolulu because, of chicken pox
aboard on tho return trip.
Thn Albatross went ns far south of
the Philippines as the Celebes Islands
ami visited hundreds of harbors,
charting bays and Inlets for hidden
reefs nnd gathering spcclmonH of deep
sea mo. 1
In July the Albatross will go north
for a complcto Investigation of tho
Alaskan salmon fisheries.
from the post, so.lt will be more' place nt 11 o'clock each morning at
convenient when the new building Is, the post, Is always an attractive fen-
ready for use,
Quite a number of men of this
battalion' have qualified as marks
men, so the qualified men havo fin
ished the preliminary course for
sharpshooters and have started on
their record practise. There are
several men that are yet to shoot,
buUthe following named me'n have
been made sharpshooters In the. last
three days: Company E Musician
tiiro of tho service regulations, Each
morning rhero are about four or five
orderly"biickors" out, and It'U more
than fun to watch them and see' who
gets It. '
Prtvato Howell of Company II,
who has been' mounted orderly for
the commanding- officer, lias1, return
ed to his orderly duty this morning.
Private Kowell has been slc.)p. the
post hospital for four days. r'jt
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Even a truthful man Is occasional
ly guilty of exaggerutlou.
LARGE INCOME OF
LATE KING EDWARD
At his birth tho lato King Edward
was given an Income of CO 000 a
year. At tho time of his marrlago
this had been Increased to 100,000.
Prom 1880 till 1001 he received 150,
000 a year. From the Duchy of Corn
wall he received 3,480,000; from Par
liament, 1,930,000, and from his
Sandrlngham estate, 260,000, From
tho turf ho won In ten years CO,000,
all of which shows a total At 0,100,-
000; while ns King ho received from
the privy pur bo nnd other allowances
385,000 a year, or $1,925,000, a trlflo
over $5000 a day. Yet ho was often In
debt, and on several occasions ho 11c,
repteil loans from the Bassoons and
At tho tlmo of his coronation he
paid tho debts which ho had Incurred
us Prince, Ono of his recent luxuries
was tho yacht Alexandra, whlc!) re
placed the royal yacht Osborne.
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