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CANDIDATES --ORGANIZATIONS COMBINE TODAY
MORE THAN 50 CONTESTANTS Starr Piano Preference Premium
RECEIVE TRAVEL VOTES
. E. H. LEWIS
Last Candidate of First Ten
Has Only Small Margin
Over Five Others.
.MIIS. K. II. I.KWIS, Honolulu.
JIAM'lll,, I'KTKIt, Honolulu.
.MISS M:I,I.II: UO Ml, Honolulu.
Jon m:itk, inio.
Contest um-prtulnty was In evi
dence thrnUKhout the count of much
yi'strrdny; ll continued iinlll tliu Inst
vote wus counted lain In tho innliiK
In luilk tin imckiiKii i'HM'loii'S of
Mrs i: II Invls mul .Miss Isabel Kcl
ley wcrv similar Fltiul coinpiitntloti
Hhoued that tlm uiiM'lupo of Mrs
tawlM cutitnlncd many thcujsund more
votes than did tlio one ol Miss Kel-
Alls-? Kelley, n popular tenclier In
the Central Uruininur School, had
hundreds of the little votes cut from
the dally and weekly Issues of the
Bulletin turned In for her but
.Mrs. Lewis had 'thousands of the sub
scription coupon votes. .Miss Kclley
holds the record for the most hIiirIo
Individual votes while Airs. l.ols has
secured u surprising lead and the first
count prize, a twenty-IHe dollar mer
cantile order on nnv store adver
tised In the Bulletin
Alis-f Kelley In her effort to gain
travel votes has proved that ut this
time she has moiu Individual work
ers than any other contestant It
takes many workers to Rather a total
of threo thousand single votes from
tlio papers and that Is here record;
onn hv tlio way as substgntlal In Its
showing of united support as that of
Airs Ia'1s With orie accord the pu
pils iitflujrs chimllui o cone out and
Leadiiu) Travel Trip Contestant.
TRAVEL TRIP CONTEST CANDIDATES
Name, r- Occupation P, O. Votes.
Mrs. C. H. Lewis Honolulu 119,073
Manuel Peters, Messenger Service ..Honolulu 39,827
J. E. Goeas (at Levy A Co.) Honolulu 35,992
Win. L. Peterson, Notary Public Honolulu 35,362
John Lelte, Student Paul.aa, Hilo 31,761
Mint Nellie C. Wong, Student Honolulu 27,452
Win. McTlghe, Bookkeeper Honolulu 25,500
Mrs. H, S. Overend, Teacher Hcnakaa 23,199
Miss Matilda Curlem, Bookkeeper... Walluku '. 13.881
John K. Fern, Conductor Honolulu 14,388
Geo. Sims, Collector Honolulu :.... 13,450
Ml M Kate Woodard, Merchant Honolulu 13,'122
D. K. Sheldon Walmea 12,563
E. D. Qulnn, Mlllman Kohala 10,889
Mlci Isabel Kelley, Teachen Honolulu 9,097
Miss Edith Fetter, High School Hilo 1 8,302
Miss Alleen Gorman Honolulu 8,218
Kid Peanuts, Amateur Actor Honolulu 8,096
Harry Loughmlller , .Honolulu 7,723
Mrs. Chas. Akau Pauoa .' 7,693
Fred O'Brien, Bookkeeper Kohala 7,653
Miss Carolyn Seholtz, Teacher Walluki 6,767
Miss Annie Tyau Honolulu 6,750
T. B. Lyons Walluku 6,530
John T. Rodrlgues, Apprentice Honolulu 6,476
Martin Neuman, P. O. Clerk Honolulu 6,399
Mrs, C. L. Dlckerson, Millinery Honolulu 6,323
Geo. Dwlght, Clerk" Honolulu 6.035
Eugene Capellas Hakalau 6,250
Mlis Mollle Thomas Hilo 6,211
Miss Irene Kalal, Student Hilo 6,199
Miss Elsie Alama, Student Honolulu 6,171
Miss Eva Gontalves Honolulu 6,116
A. S. Robertson, Clerk Honolulu 6,320
Toshlro Kurltanl Honomu 6,069
Miss Louise de Harne Kohala 6,008
Miss Elizabeth Ting Walluku 0,065
Miss Mary Hastle, Teacher Hanapepe 6,004
Wm. Hala, Student Hana 6,045
-Bert do La Nux, Mch. Apprentice. ...Honolulu 6,012
Harry Hapal, Waterworks Clerk., .Hilo 8029
David B. Sllva , Honolulu 6024
Bflrold Godfrey, Student Honolulu '. 6,023
Bertha Kau Kapaa 0,021
Capt. Bal, Water Woiks Dept Walluku 6,011
Frederick L. Zoller Koloa 601
Mrs. L. Trnln.'Teacher v...Hana .M1
James 3. Achong Walluku ..... 6,009
Mrs. Dick Lyman Hilo 6,000
John Wls, Stnate Clerk Honolulu 6,000
Wm, F, Desha, Student Honolulu 5,838
John N. Halemano Keanae 5,353
Mies Mary Kauhane Lahaina 5,061
Joe Morris, Jr .TT. .. ..Makawno 5,037
Mlsi Isabella Koomoa Keatihou 5,030
S. R. Thompson . .... Honolulu 5,029
Miss Julia Alonn, Stenographer Hilo 5,012
Autone Vasconcellos Kahulul 5,003
Miss Florence K. Devereaux Honolulu 5,001
Miss Ellen Daniels, Clerk Kahulul 5,000
Mls3 Mildred Luocomb, Student Hilo 5,000
Miss Mlsao Onlshl, Student Kahulul ,,,.i 0,000
Miss Emma Co6;, Teacher , Lahaina ...i 5,000
Mies Marguerite' Kramer .Honolulu i...' 5,003
clipped the votes that places her to
day In n position where she can eas
ily hn one of the future leaders Airs
IiOwls la to be congratulated on her
excellent first showing
Camit l.ale Hut
The count throughout was fraught
with many possibilities. It looked for
a long time that Win Peterson had
sacrificed the fit Mt prism for men and
boys by being u half hour late In de
posltlng his votes, lie came In at
half past twelve with all his coupons
and wiih (old that they would be
lounted but that he was disqualified
as a prim winner He arcepted this
decision of the contest department.
This was done and uhou finished It
was felt he would luuo won If ho had
deposited his votes In time.
MiiiiN 1'rlzp to I'ctcrx.
Hut the countlm: of Manuel Peter's
votcn showed that he had u lead of
more than four thousand While the
Mites of J. Ooens wem lielnt; counted
Air Peter's sttindiiiK nn the man with
the most votes nearest tlie leader was
111 doubt, but he safely held his posi
tion, although only by a small mitr-Rlii.
Miss WmiB tiels I'rlrr.
Allss Nellie Woiir'h securing of the
prize for the llrst woman or Kill con
testant neaiest the first leader was '
one of the surprises of the contest
count, to the contest department It
was thought that Airs. Overend or llo- ,
uokttu would safely hold the lead that
she had gained early in the contest
but .Miss Wong and her ninny friends
by u creditable vote spuit gullied the
lead In the last day uf noting Allss
Wont; has the whole of Honolulu In
which to gain support. Airs. Overend
at present Is limited to Houoliaa,
which Is wither smalt In comparison,
but she will now undoubtedly secure
support from all over the big Island
of Hawaii, since she has made such a
Student Prize Winner.
John U'lte of Paukiia, lllto. Is one
of the II u 1 1 ti 1 1 n't) travel contest
surprises A school boy with a lim
ited acquaintance, but a hustler, he
cures enough votes to win the stu
dent's prize, a ll i-lollar mercantile
order. Ills friends must feel grati
fied Indeed when they consider that
he outdistanced the student candi
dates who uro enrolled at Kamehame
lia, Puliation and St IxiuIh. And nil
these student contestants have vote
totals that aie n complimentary show
ing of their energy, One ut least
will soon prove one of the most nc
tlvo candidates To )oting I.eito the
credit of a good start must go mid
now that he has made his llrst show
ing liu should secure the support of
many fi lends who wanted Home evi
dence of his ability a.i u vote getter
i ill) vtiirker.
Fifteen candidates secured innio
than nine thousand votes, which Is a
largo votu total fur thiee weeks' work
considering that one has u total of
more than one bundled thousand
votes, and yiat theie are more than
llfty contestants who show olio to
four thousand vote gains.
Among the llftv candidates there
are workers who will later surprise
koiiio uf thu leaders of today. Right
from the beginning soma of tho can
didates have believed In holding votes
in reserve and they will cast these
sumo time later when leading contest
ants grow over-colilldent.
Piano mid Trip Voles. .
There ure other candidates whose
showing today Is not very good who
have arranged for tho support of some
organization which wants to secure,
a fine piano. All tho candidates had
one week's advance notlco of the pi
ano oner inane uy tne Ji u 1 1 u 1 1 n
mid many of the candidates have
been making satisfactory arrange
ments for combined help. The vote
Issuo for the piano prize does not be
gin until una week from today Sub
scription pn nu'nts Hindu after that
date will entitle the subscriber to
two sets of votes; one for a trip con
testant and another for an organiza
tion When making subscription pay-
mums jruu miuuiti iiiumiuu iiie name j
of the oigatilatlon and the Individual
candidate you want votes Issued for
Ilullots must bo Illled out before leav- '
lug the Bulletin olllce
Theio will bo no picfcrcuui or
duplicate votes Issued on subscrip
tion payments made previous to
Thursday. April 27tli.
Price uf Kti'iilng Iliillcll.i.
1 Mouth's Hubscrlptlon ,.,.t .70
a Months' " .... 2.00
fi Months' " M00
t Year's " ? 8 00
1! Years' " $10 00
2 Years' . " SIM .00
r Years' " $10.00
Price of Weekly lliillilln.
1 Year's Hubscrlptlon t 100
5 Years' " S 5.00
TOTES ISSUED ON
SabierJptloni (o Erecting llullctln.
One month ZM MO
Three months -HiO r.r.O
Six months I.unil
Onn year L',100
Two years ri.uim
Tin i'ii yiuis D.'-'OO
Churches, Schools, Lodges,
Clubs, and all other
HERE IS A MESSAGE FOR YOU
$700 In Prizes Are To Be Award
at (he cloce of theC veiling Bulletin's Ten Trip'
The school club, lodge, church, militia company, or any ether kind of an
organization that receives the
Largest Number of
will be given first choice of the prizes. The organization with the next
highest total secures the second choice of premiums. The organization In
third place at the contest close will have the final preference premium
By preference votes, are meant votes that are a duplicate iMue of those
made out for trip contestants.
For every vote issued for a trip contestant, an equal amount will be Is
sued for the organization preferred by the person making the subscription
Preference or organization
27th. No organization votes
previous to that date.
duplicate vote Issue starts Thursday, April
will be issued on subscription payments made
Orfjnnlzatlop.il Get a live contestant to work forWou.
Trip candidates! Get organization members to work for you.
Tljerc are votes for both and prizes and trips for both.
Organization Members: Be a contest worker for your organization; it Is
enjoyable, easy and more dignified, than an.out.an.out donation solicitation
for a special fund for your order.
Nominate your organization now.
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From THAYER PIANO CO.'S STOCK. On display
in their Store on Hotel Street
l'"lw years 2 1, nun :io,iioo
.Siiliscrlilliiiis In Wi'cUj lliillilln.
Onn year ., i.-.n Sr,rt
rive years 1,600 2,000
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Depth, 2 fet 3 Inches
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Piano is en cl spicy at Thanr f-iano Co 'j, Hotel ttreet store.
Third Preference Premium
$100 Furniture Order On
J. Hopp & Co.
Something of face value to every organization.
The organfzatlon receiving the third highest number of vctec will receive
an order reading,
J. Hopp & C.: .
Please deliver to (name of winning organization) One Hun.
dred Dollars ($100.00) woith of furniture, articles as selected by
holder of this order, and charge to the account of the
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This older jls ud for nny furniture cair id In stock by this lare furnl.
liye ctoir. "I hi ortcr rujy be tinnsVrred for cash to bjiiic pureluirr and
the (mul ur-tl foi a mi.iie, building or library fund if the organization ce.
curln git has no nc d for the furniture.
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