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BVEN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T H, MONDAY, MAY 30, 1910-
Big Cuts In Fancy Silks and Silk
,3 : Dress Pajjerns .
SAIE BEGINS WEDlIESnAT'DIOKHmO, JUNE 1ST
SHEFilEkb'bHECK ia.'inehe widc;''Browh' and
I- White; 90c. a yard. Said price ..GOc. a yard
'' DRESS PATTERNS In Brown, 'Nav, Champagne, , .
Green and Grey; 10 inches wide; 10 yards to pat- i
t .,,..,-16111; $1 a.yard. Sale price. . .... .80c. a yard
, JSAliN FOULARD 24 inches widoj'Navy with White
f dDot. White with Black Dot; $ a yard. Sale
x 'price i . ..... G5c. a yard
STRIPED MESSALINE 27 inches wide"; lavender and
Grey; $1.25 a yard. Sale price .95c. a yard
. ' STRIPED MESSAIINE 27 inches wide; Brown and
Navy; $1.50 a yard. Sale price. ...... .$1.20 a yard
.BROCADE 24 inches wide; Navy and Plum; $2 a
yard. Sale price $1.60 a yard
SHEPHERD CHECK FOULARD 19 inches wide; Navy
and White; $1.25 a yard. Sale price 95c. a yard
LAVENDER SATIN FOULARD 22 inches wide;
, $1.25 a yard. Sale price 75c. a yard
SATIN FOULARDS AND MESSALINE DRESS PAT-,
TERNS Brown, Navy, Grey, Green, Lavender,
Old Rose; $1.25 a yard. Sale price , .$1 a yard
SACHS' DRYGOODS CO.
Coffler Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Statibn
Record Breaking Was
v- Contest Vote Cast
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THE GRABOWSKY TRUCK
TOTAL BALLOT OF LEADING CONTEST
ANTS AT FINAL COUNT -
s. ' Trip Winner Indicated by Large Typi
Chap er one Contestants
Mrs. C. J. Beggs, 875,786
Mrs. W. C. Moore,
Mrs, Helen Siemson,
Mrs. Henry Blake,
Grand Total of All Chaperohe
i . . ,
Miss A. Pangclinan, 1,357,540
Miss Mary McCabe, 419,786
Miss Emma Sasaki,
Miss Mary Johnson,
Miss Rebecca Macy,
, -C. 407;077
1, 1 1-2, 2 or 3 TonTruok
HONOLULU POWER WAGON CO., Agts.
' Office and Oarage South Street, Near King
W. M. MINTON, Manager
THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE
Horlicks Malted Milk
is the most delicious, nourishing food-drink known for
the anaemic, the debilitated and the dyspeptic. So easily
and promptly digested that it agrees with the weakest
stomach. It is simply a pure food, invigorating and
vitalizing. - . '
It is pure, rich milk, with the extract of malted grain,
in powder form, soluble in water. A nourishing drink is
prepared fn a moment by stirring vigorously in water, hot
or cold. Unequalled as a food 'for infants, invalids and
nursing mothers. Endorsed by physicians everywhere.
Samples (re to Physicians and Droft'liti. '
At all Druggists.
'HORUCK'S MALTED MILK COMPANY, Raclni, Wit., U. S. A.
reproductions of the old masters artistically colored. ,
The subjects are the best exhibited in the "alleries of Lon
don, Paris and Versailles.' The prices are moderate. ,
YE ARTS & CRAFTS SHOP, Fort below King i
Frances Morrison, Manager
n. Lemon atid Vanilla
;. Flavoring 'Extracts
v ' Are Unequalled for
Pastry, Cakes; Ices, etc.
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Sold by All Grocers
Miss E. Akamu, - 217,950
Miss Louisa Detlarr.e,
Miss Helen Watson,
Miss S. Cockett, ,36,613
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We carry the highest Rrade cloth-
ini; possessing all the stvle and ex- '
cellence that exp:rience and skill
can produce. We buy direct from the
manufacturer ana are consequently
in a position, to give you values of
unusual nature. The suits we are
specializing this season for
arc not only the best we have ever
shown, but they are remarkable in
many ways. You will have to see
these 'suits themselves to form an
idea of what a splendid value we
Miss Anabeil Mundon, -
Miss Mary Marciel,
Grand Total of All Trip Contes
tants VotesJast . 2,750,272
Honolulu, T. II., May 28, 1010.
we, the undersigned, were sele cted as judges in t((e Bulletins
Ycsemitc-California Contest, and d o hereby certify that we have count
ed the votes cast up to 8 o'clock May 28, 1010, and find the results of
said count to be correct as follows: .,. .
(Signed) J. F. .SOPEB,
, J. COOPER.
Ths twenty-eighth day of May, Nineteen Hundred and Ten.
MISS EMMA SASAKI,
An Indomitable Contest Worker, If
to be awarded an extra trip.
$1 a Year
"oUieTlVQlcg- be jsmlBd 'for Bomcono
The won campaign manager or
ime of the contestant!) may have
niadB nrrangeiiienta whereby they
could. make an rxchunge of otes,
but such wan positively not tha case
among the contestants. They con
stantly and consistently carried out
every promise to the other candl
lute they had made; ecn In the
Inst hours of tha contest, ulieu to
do so meant defeat.
How They Worked.
Now that the contest Is lOyer It I
fair to all to tell for wiom the
dlreiuutlrJtv loiiteatimU had thulr
eliaportino ote3 Issued.
The leading cindldutps worked to
gether as follows; Miss I'nngellnan
and Mis. lleggs; Miss McO.ibp and
Mrs. Moore; Miss 'Sasaki and Mis.
Slemsun. Miss Cockett guvo wliru
votes sho had subscription orders for
to Mrs. Illuke. Mrs. Hlentson te eiv
ed support utitt froln flVe' or six
other uctlve trip contestants. In
this older the women worked to
gether to the end and hotly refused
every tentative' titter made them to
switch thulr support. And these
tentative offors were iot mnde by
tho women contestants, either, but
by some ardent men advocates, who
nil, no doubt, '.Lellove that In poll
tics the main thing Is to win.
"like Politics.", ,
"it Is like politic,!," was tho con
stant remark of n tiy map worker
on Saturday, as ha stopped for a
moment from tho tourcli fur tes.
And, like politics, at near the end
of (he election, constant rumors of
alarm were sounded In opposing
lamps by somo man who doubled
that Miss So-nml-So was going to
have her votes Issued for Mrs. So
aml-So, as promised. Hut these hur
rled, nnxlous, busy men spoke with
out knowing. The women, though,
trusted each other, aud with good
reason, as the contest lesult shows,
Trvinc to Explain Today.
The aftermath of It all Is that
tho rumorrspreaderi are explaining
to their wives or their women rein
lives or friends'. "I didn't liaull)
think It wus to, but I heaid It."
Men Sav, "Women Are Fairer."
Qutheiiul together Sunduy. a halt
dozen of these men, who ware try
lig ro battle tho other '"'d bccucu
victory, laughed among thomselYts
at their own alarms of the day past,
and one of them summed It nil up
with the rcmarj: "Well, women are
fairer and squarer with each other
than men are." "Whether It Is pol
Itlcs or mitT" nsked another, And
they all said, "Vos."
Contest Department Was Busy.
Tho Inpour of demands for sub
scriptions and ballots struck tha
contest department before S ncluili
Saturday morning, and this notwlth
standing that over fifty subncrlp.
lions had' been received when the
ont:e was1 kept open until V o'clock
tho night before. A vote-Issuer ue
cused one of the workers of gather
ing votca'by moonlight, and such, so
to speak, must have been tho case,
for ttils particular worker was, the
last to bring In orders 1'ilday vcli
Ipg nnd tho first to iippoar Satmdny
isornlng with u list" of nuines.
With the arrival ofutho Manna
Kca mnll, the contest .duiinitipeut
was half submerged. Letter aftor
letter was received by this null, nnd
It seemed that every one on Mnul
and Hawaii had waited to sepd iu
their subscriptions for th,o final day.
Many of these letters were. In tact,
packages containing votes and or.
dors, and came In by special deliv
ery nnd registered, as (he oulsldu
island contestants (scly did not
wish to chance u misdelivery..
Ily noon tho contest department
was fully submerged, for 'the local
candidates had all got out early and
they began coming In with long .....
of subscriptions that the)' haij hrU
for the final day. At this iino n,
request was made to tho editorial
department for an assistant, und ap
other helper was allowed the threa
The rush In the, contest depart
ment slacked down at shortly past
6 o'clock until only two vote,-lajuer
were needed. Kor this the vol"
writers were thankful, as It allow 1
time for dinner, a prhilega that tin J
not (teemed possible to secure all
The Closing Hour.
At a little past 7 o'clock tha order
rush was renewed, for less than an
hour rcmulned in which to secure
ballots. Subscriptions on which otet
had not been Issued weie brought III,
then more orders, and Una) distinc
tions were given as to the Issuing of
ballots on payments on which onh'
pact of the votes had been .takeit
out. The crowd of vote-getters were
augmented (lien by n number of can
didates or their friends lulngllig In
their vote reserve add
them In tho ba'llot.bbi
In addition, n number 6f people
began to arrive .who wanted to see
the final count, and with their nr
rhal enmn the 'Judi.es to see that
tho rules as to the closing hour Wcrei
adhered to. II)- a ijuaitcr to eight
the alllce room of the II u 1 1 a 1 1 u
wus Jammed, and the croWd extend
ed out Into thn street.
Big Subscription Order.
It wns ut' 7S-K o'clock that the
contest climax came. Two contest
workers came at tlintitlmn with a
list cnrrjlng lit yearly .subscrib
ers to the Evening 1) u 1 1 e 1 1 n.
Those familiar with tho vote Issue
quickly figured up tha number of
votes Hint could be secured for such
a large number, nnd the total show
ed that it amounted to four hundred
hud forty-eight thousand votes.
in this list tharu were thirty-four
clubs of new subscriptions and
three cities of old subscriptions. A
club consisted of three; subscriptions,
and the ote Issue for a new club
nnts and Interested spectators pro
ceding the giving of Instructions' as
t to the issuing of this block of ote
was the dramatic Incident of thn
The two contest workers wfero
friends of Mrs. Ilpggs and Mlssl'aii- -gellnau,
and ns the count showed '
later. It wus through this mantel l
nnd Htrntegl? mute nt iilmobt Ihu
close of the contest that Mrs. HcgRS
wus declared the most popular ma
tron In thb Islands und Miss range-
llnan received the greatest tola otar
received III any popularity contest
more Russians -l'
It Is reported that there are aV , 3
large number of Hussions coming on Tq
the Nippon Mum, due to arrle hfro
shortly. This Information dol not
cumo through the regular channel.
was twelve thousand aud flvo him-(via Mr. Atkinson. '
dred, and for an old one elocn thou
sand. This Included the, stnndlng
vote Issue with the flub' offer tnnt
was In effect until the close of tho
It was noticeable )eaterday that
the Ilusslaus who have been in this
country for somo time are fast lf)8-r'
lug the distinguishing Russian mark j.
contest, 'of Identification and nro adopting
The suspeure nmiing the contest-the clothes made to tit tho cllinafe.
WHO THEY ARE
. (Continued from Pace 1.) '
few pcoplo Utliis In Luhalna to aid her, she said, "Will I am going to try."
Success came to her for trying.
Two moro trips will probably bo awarded contestants who practicably'
lltd two of tho successful candidates. Theso trips will go to Miss Sasaki,1 -who
finished In third place with Only a fow votes separating her from tho"
competitor In second placo. Miss asakl, with indomitable energy. c6ii',
tlnued her campaign to tho very last, when it seemed that her chance of
success was Impossible. " t
Mrs. AV, C. Moure, duo to, tho bard and faithful subscription workofj
her husband und herself, seemed a' certain leader until tho ery last hour.,J.
There was u very small difference botween her total and Mrs. Ileggs nt-tho J
final count.' Sho entered the contest lata but tha tremendous vote sho ro-''i
celt oil gives evidence of tho number of pcoplo who would llko to seo her al
member of tho part). Their wishes will undoubtedly be respected It nrjqj
rangements arn made, for the larger number us now anticipated. , i'"f
This double contest for tho selection of a chsperono nnd four mom-'"1
hers to constitute a travel party to spend six weeks on a visit to A'osomlto i
l'ark and California, began on March 7th. It was one of the most suc-"J
ccssful otor conducted by any Hawaii newspaper and brought the It pi i
lot In over six hundred now dally subscriptions in tho three months. Tho
grenter portion of this circulation gsln was made right here In Honolulu. ,
Tho election of a chaperoue has centered tho Interest of the outside Is-,
land readers In that part of tho contest and accounts for tho small mmi- ',
her of trip contestant votes In District 3. In order tti elect a resident of,
Maui as tho chaporono, tho Maul readers gata their support to tho district-
contestants on Oahu. The samo was truo on Kauai and many of tho Ho-'
nolulu candidates owe much of their succcsb to supporters whu live on thofc