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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, J. ItM 0ATU.flDAY,vitAY 28, 1910.
WILL CLOSE TONIGHT
FIVE OF THE BEST 'LONG DISTANCE MEN IN HAWAII
.y? t.h jm
Nameso the Trip Winners Will Be An
nounced in the Amusement Houses
RULES FOR CONTEST CLOSE.
Klght o'clock will mark tho clojo of the, contest this evening. ,
All contestant nnd friends In the office nt thnt tltno will lio wait- $
cd upon' The Judges will then take tho ballot-box for tlio final S
count. Immediately the box Is opened, the contestants and .their $
friends ,may witness tho last count of tho ballots. Tho winners
will bo announced' n(tor tho closj of tho count. All contestants s
are reiiuesled to, bring someono with them to watch their Inter- 3
csts while) tho count' Is being taken. Remember, 8 o'clock Is the 4
b contest closo.
S j5 $,$. !. $ t p ? ? $ $ -t$ ! $$ 43 3 ? $ J i V -5
It The result of tho count In the tt IlurrougliB adding machlno .In this
'It Yoscmlle-Callfornla, Qpntost will tt pvenlng'g. count, wo wish to correct
t be announced tonight", as soon tt ibis as Mr. Marque has Informed us
11 ns possible oftor tho count Is tt that ho will use tho Universal Adding
tt finished, at the Hawaiian Opera tt Machlno on account of It being a more
II House, tho Park, Novelty, Em- tt convenlcnt adder to operate.
hire and Uonlno. Theatres. In U Imoriant Notlce to Sub,criber$,
h mo moving picture nouses ine . y mui f
tt names of the winners win bo tt I gubcription payment to thc Buf.
tt thrown 'on the screen by tho tt . t , S 0 . .. Mo.
tt moving plcturo machlno. A vcr- it- ' reeeints and send
tt h. announcement... be made H'oShe SKoftrtonttt
" Tontht0 "el ffift tho con" TO &J! ?&
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r U S po 'puKS Contestl ichaperone candidate Hjtt.
Sharply at eight o'clock the commit- ' .hom you wish to vote when
tec will lake charge of the ballot ""din in subscription payment, or
box Until nil contestants and their cn teturninR receipts for votes,
mends In the Ii-til latin ofllco at Contest Closes May 28,8 p. m.
oZl IfrriVlnL" fcbera'fltht,0no'cfock THE DISTRICTS ARE AS FOLLOWS
?.. n7.lvln.B " r J g . . I DIWct No. 1 Includes tho City and
with subscription orders will bo "-' County of Honolulu,
fused votes. There will bo no sell-) District No. 2 Includes tho County
Ing or bidding for voles at tho last. of Hawaii.
hour. Votes will be Issued only ns District No. 3 Includes the Counties
they have during the past three of Molokal and Maul,
weeks, that Is according to the re- . Thoro are nvo trips that are appor-
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Two to District No. 1.
Ono to District No. 2, .
Ono to District No. 3.
Tho fifth trip goes to tho matron
who secures tho most votes for chap-
Kiilar vote schedule and In accord
nncc-wlth tho premium offer that
runs to tho close of contest.
Do Not Fail.
Don't forget to have all your votes
In tho ballot box before eight o'clock orono.
tonight. Any ono desiring to voto! Don't, forget the candidates for
for their favorlto candidate may do'ehaperone are candldates-at-large.
.. iim. nv h.rw.n NOW I VOTES ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL.
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ami eight o'clock p. m.
Votes not In the ballot
eight o'clock will not be
nnd yoij must get your reservo voto
In today. Jleforo sending in the
reserve voto It should be counted by
you and placed In nn envelope. This
'will ikva much time In the"). -Ana)
Come See the Final. Count
LOWED AS FOLLOWS
One month's subscription to tho
Evening Bullotl n Old sub
scription, 100 votes; new subscrip
tion,' 12S votes. .
Three months' subscription to the
Bvo'nlng' Bulletin Old sub
scription, 350 voles; new subscription,
450 votos. '
Six months' subscription to the
Evening Dullott n Old sub-
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Some of the men who will take part
second man on 'the left, Is now In Japan,
Charlie and Hayes.
In the fifteen miles running race on Monday next. Tsukamoto, the
The men, reading from left to right, are: Jackson, Tsukamoto, Kaoo,
DOTS AND DASHES FROM
There will be a meeting Monday
evening of nil thoso Interested In
horso racing. Thc fact that n cou
ple, of hundred sporls may go to
Maul does not mean that Oahu Is
prohibited from holding sports on
tho .Glorious Kbtirth. There aro .still
n few thousand people left In Ho
nolulu after tho exodus to tho other
Islands, and' these pcoplo want to fcco
sonic free sport.
Tho Marines defeated a picked
team from tho rest of tho Camp
Very boys ycjlerdny afternoon by n
Bcoro of 'i to 3. It was a. camo In
root over, for tho "Kcst" thought
that they could defeat tho regular
half-wet nlno nnd they got lost on
Everybody Is invited to come to .ei.iDtion gnn votos: new subscrlntlon.
tho 1) u 1 1 o 1 1 n office and seo tne iDOn votes
count of tho. ballots. All the con
testants should come nnd bring some
ifrlend to watch their. Interests.
The Count Committee.
, Tho. Judges who will have charge
of the count are J. O. Cooper,. John
So per, Ray Irwin and Chas. Mar
ques, An adding machine will be
Used which will Blmplffy tlie sum
ming up of the contestants totals,
. Through an error lp yosterday's Is
duo rolatlyo to Mr. Marquez using -tho
Ono year's subscription to the
Evening Bullotl n Old sub
scription, 2000 votes'; new subscrip
tion, 2500 votes.
Five years' subscription to thc
Ev.onlng I) ullatln Old sub
scription,' lS.'OOO votes; new subscrip
One year's subscription to. the
Weekly Bull o tin Old subscrip
tion, 100 votes; new subscription. 125
STANDING OF CONTESTANTS
UP TO WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 25, AT LAST OFFICE COUNT.
Standing of Chaperpne Contestants
Mrs. W. 0. Moore' , Honolulu 603,524
Mrs. Helen Sfemsoa Hilo 283,388
Mrs. DeRgij Puunene Hoipital .... Puunene 240,078
Mrs, Henry Blake Koloa 14,105
Mrs. Ed,' Daniels Lahaina , 6,841
Mrs. Henry E, Abbey Anahola .- 3,345
Mrs. Win. Kruse Wahiawa 3,125
Standing of Trip Contestants
DISTRICT'NO. 1. , s
Miii Angle Panpilinan, Palm Cafe .'.Honolulu 307,684
Mi Mary McCabe, Kapiolanl Ma-
ternity Home Honolulu .-. .263,735
Miis' Emma Sasaki. 1457 Anld Lane; Honolulu . 157,020
Mi Mary Johnion, Johnson Sana
torium ., Honolulu '. 105,283
Miii Rebecca Macy Waialua 72,759
Miss "Honey Voss Honolulu 3,840
Miss Lucy Kopa,iD15 Proipect St... Hoonlulu 3,238
Miii Lucy K. Barber Honolulu 3,042
Miu'RoieAmia i ..Honolulu 3,030
Miii Mary DiM'...-k, Honolulu ., 3,014
DISTRI0T;N0. 2. on.A
Mis Emma Akamu ... Hilo ..,..-....- ,-.? 80,134
Miis. Helen Wation :...Hilo .,,..-;-., 7,432
MIv.Queenie Scharratt, Kamuela. .Hilo .'. ,- VA
Miii' Louiia de Harne ....Y Kohala -.... 3,068
Mi Kathcrine Clark Kailua 3,811
Miis KupleJ TUrjaiiv. . i :.....,,.,, '.Hilo s ,... ,3,380
Miii1 Isabella Koomoa, Keauhon. . , ,N6rthsKona 3,278
MiitAnnie Kal Kcauhou ,.. 3,104
MiMtfLouiiadJapai Hilo;.v... 3,004
Mary H. Kawewehi . Keauhou .- , . . .3,080
Miw. Mary Najlima ., Pahala 3,080
Miii Mary Arakawa Hilo 3,041
Miii; Rose K. Nalima Hilo 3,032
Miii Annie Aiu . Kailua 3,021
-DISTRICT NO. 3.
Miii Sarah Cockett .' Lahaina , 10,078
Mils Annabelle Mundon Kapaa . , . ; 13,032
Miis Mary Marciel Kahakuloa i 7,288
Misi Soholtz. Circuit Court Wailuku 0,388
Miss Alice Al Lihue,..,.'. 4,589
Miss' Mary Kaoo, Kaiinakakai Molokni . . . , , , . . . 4,215
Miss Waiaholo ., Lahaina 4,114.
i. W9WTE9XiCL08ES;8.vP.' M.V.SATURDAYMAYS1 ;
jt la,9t iight,on the trnc'k.and some
islMlniM wero iiiit-iip by some of
Tho flfleen-mllo runners were nil
tho men. Tho oxygen machlno was
In lisc, and the peds bounded along
like bnltoons after taking a Bnlft nt
(he bag". J
Monday next, and nlt.lho utternoon'
mur evpnlng wlll.bd taken up with
running and skntjni -rares.
Kor n person wh4 has earned tho
sobriquet "Bugs" In hundred or mora
djcnpade slftcu ho 'b'vgan playing
baseball for a living Mr. Hnymond, of
tho Key, York Olanta, can nt times
pitch h remarkable nrticlo of ball.
Hero' n samplo of Jho gentle manner
in which ho waa trcau;d y tup iasc
ball welters of Now York 11110 day fast
wceki ,. , ,-
"Hugs Jlnyniond doesn't need a kccp
or. What ho wants, Is n straltjnckct
and a pad.ded cell, oj.n largo sized catj
faBleiicd 'jo- litis' coat talhi. "Mctltavy
and tho New .York Jbasvliall public
Blood a lot. from, tliij, Bug, latst year,
but thoro'H n limit. t(ijOVrylhl"g- Af'
tor this latest cscapajlp It seems about
llnio to sing Tie's gai)c; let him go.'"
But "Bugs" escaped, from the caro
of his keeper long enough, to wlu a
13-lnnlng gamo for licj(aiaiita the next
day, boating tho alarmingly success
ful I'hlladulphlanshl'flCBult: Ootham
scribes arp now jiditpg "Bugs.;' is
n liumiy man to havn around. Thcru'i
no telling when he'l. bo cnught. sol
Two ihoro Engllsh'llg'htwclghts nro
on their way lo thls'country I(Mklng
for now laurels. The nro Bob' Dp
Inncy, a newcomer, and Digger Stun
ley, tho English bantamweight. cham
pion. Dclanoy Is aftorxn nu(tch with
Abo Attell, nnd Blaicy, wnnta John
ny Coulon's title, ,
Jim Jeffries U nnxlouply awaiting
Thero will bo plenty of dnngs ontho arrival of big Krnnk notch at his
training camp, but since tho wrestler
has signed to meet Zhyszkt), the.
Turk, to battle for tho largest iirne
ever offered two men, lie will not
nrrlvo In San l'Vanclsco before Juno
1st. Ootch will RcUUO per cent of tho
purso for his end.
Bnclng men nnd breo.-" -. Now
York! City have Organized I nsm-
'clallnn to bo known as tl.o 1 York
Trotting Horso Breeders' Ab'soclatlou.
Ndw thnt Frank Cliflnco has suc
ceeded In getting Johnny Kllng buck
Into his fold let us hopo that the Chi
cago leant will shoe; their old-tlmo'
for Infants and Children
Don't Poison Baby.
nOIlTV VIJAItS IU ulmost every mother tlmnglit her child must have
Hitrcgfirlc or laudanum to make II sleep. These drug will produce sleep,
anil a fetv drops too limit)' will produce llio steep from wlilrli tlicro Is ;
110 tviiUlng. Many aro the children who have )cen klllod or vhou health lias
been ruined for Ufa by paregoric, laudanum nnd morphine, each of which is n
narcotic product of opium. Druggists aro prohibited from selling either of tha
narcotics named to children nt all, or to anybody, without labeling thorn,
"poison." Tim definition of "narcotic" N: "A medicine tehicK rtltevct pain
and thilucc$ tlccp, hut which in jitiimnoua cfcwtn irotf uct $lvjmr, coma, convul
lions and death." Tho tonte nnd smell of medicines containing opium aro till
giiiscd, and sold under the names of "Dropi," "CorJIals," "Soothing Syrups,"
etc. You should not permit nny medlclno toboglvcn to jour children without
you or your physiilan know of wliat It Is composnl. t'mturlu don not cou
7 , ZSrf--i' Bitrnnlcc genu
"I CnJ your fwtorlt It Trry b nrSdtl In tin
Ueatmcat of cLUdrr&'i slligt ou.
r. iti, m. ,
"I oMect to what at rilled ratrnl mMDclntv,
wIh-to pukrr alone Lnoua wliatataff la mt latbcm,
bftt I krn,w Dm formula of ) onr Caatoru and 4 W
ltauMilu)n.iMrrarta. IJndeltti be vtry aa
Jul, at wall aa barmlcta fmllj mJkl'.,1
N. U. Bltrn. it. n
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use For Over 30 Years.'
pignut urn of
ul bare frrtinrntly r-rtrrlowl Cariorla for com
mon ailiuu.ta of clilMrcn vrlth koo.1 rcrolta."
W. A. CBASS1LL, SI. D.,
Ililffalo, N. Y.
Aa tho father of thirteen chlMrt-n I crrtalnly
know aoraeUjloi; atmttt ynur crrat mrUlrloo aod,
aildo from niy.oMn family oirnrluire, I hara, In
tnj yrara of iraetUe, found Caitorla a topuar and
efficient remedy In alrnMt erery home.
, V. J. McCunu, M. D.,
Tomorrow tho regular games nt
tho Athletic Turk will bo played nnd
some good sport should be seen.
Tennis Is ull the talk nowadays,
and every court In tho city Is In uso
at. some tltno of the day.
The. "bonthend" players nro begin'
nlng to show up in thu dlrfcrcrit lea
gues. ' Thero arc qiilto n few already
listed for tho bush leagues.
itculbach, tho' crack Cub twlrlcr, Is
recovering 'ronv an aliaci of diplithu-
ria. It Is doubtful If ho will don his
uniform this year.
Flvo years' lubscrjptlob to tho
Wookly Bulletin Old .subscrip
tion, 1250 votes; now subscription,
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN 18
Ono month's subscription to the
Qvonlng Bulletin, 75 cents.
Till co m'onttib' subscription to tho
Hvonlng Bulletin, $2.00,
Six months' subscription" to tho
Evening Bullotl n. 54.00.
Twolvo months' subscription to the
G v e n 1 n g :i u 1 1 e 1 1 n, .tS.OU.
Flvo years' subscription to
Hvonlng Bullotln, $40.00,
Ono year's subscription to
Wookly Bullotln, 1)0.
Flvo yoars' subscription to
WoOUly Bullotln, 15,00, '
Address all inquiries to
MANAGER, CONTEST DEFT.,
Honolulu, T. H.
Candor Is one of tho principal In
grcdlonts In tho trouble-maker's
A woman who has n good fi'guro
Isn't necessarily good at figures.
A man Isn't Inovllnbly crooked be.
cause he can't keen his face straight.
A man Is always finding fault with
tho weather or his wife's actions.
Trouble Is nbout tho only 'thing
nut can find without looking for It
It's easier to heromo a hero than
the It Is to hold tho Job.
One hundred nnd fifty colored snorts
of Chicago will travel westward '"tl ho
thero In time for tho JeftrlojJobnson
fight. Jolinton Is said to bo tho orig
inator of this plan, for It was only
through his efforts that tho railroads
would furnish a special train for
Bonny Mahcr, Jho American Jockey,
scored IiIh thouxnndth success on (ho
English turf last. week. Tho llttlo
"wonder Is making nn awful hit on
tho other aldo,
When Buby was slcJt, wo gave her
When sho was a Child, sho crtod for
When sho bocarao Miss, sho clung to
When sho hnd Children, she gave thorn
If the I'lnchot Inquiry runs on
forpver thero can he no verdict.
A suffragotto may bo un old girl who
Isn't satisfied wllh her lot.
If n woman can't pralso u man idio
rnn ut least nrctend lo.
Isn't tho straw hat exhibiting
You can't buy happiness nt tho
A closo observer may bo far-slghled.
' ' OPEN AU YEAR
Tlie Scenic Attraction of California
A valley of great beauty j-and rrrandenr, uninue in Us
nsacmblancc of sheer walls of-frreat height, impoiinn; peaks,
and the number of its .stupendous .waterfalls.
Now Reached by RailA Quick,
Daily train service from Merced to the Park Line, con
nects at Merced with Southern Pacific and Santa Fe,
0. W. LEHMER. Traffic Mangger- Y V.It R.. Merced. Cal.
taking parlor ,is thc
latest move in the un
dertaking line, where
families can be accom
modated with .sleeping
kitchen and bathroom.
Call and inspect. 34
M. E. Silva's Res. Undertaking Parlors
34 Chaplain Lane, opp. Catholic Sisters
There wereSnore teers like "
'ALL beer would, be popular
The Beer Thatys Brewed.
To Suit The People
Your Feet will be lqss painful if
JOHNSONS FOOT SOAP
It makes walking a joy
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Benson, Smith & Co.
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