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SPLENDID RETURNS FOR ORGANIZATION WORK
how about YOU?starr Piano Preference Premium
HAS AN ORGANIZATION
Piano Preference Vote Issue Starts Thursday Name Your
Favorite Order When Making Payments.
Hntc you seemed tlio promised sup
port of tlio members of tonics organi
zation? Success will come to you If you
show organization pcoplo how easy It
is to get travel votes. Alter Thurs
day It will be Just ns easy to get
piano preforenco votes, ns there will
FOR TRIP CONTESTANT IN EVENINQ BULLETIN
TEN-TRIP TRAVEL CONTEST
Fill In nami and address of your favorite candidal
and tend to tha Quite tin Contest Department.
(Not good after Wednesday, May 10)
Good for 5000 Votes
I hereby nominate as a candidate In the EVENING BUL
LETIN'S Ten-Trip Travel Contest
Nominated by '
Only the first Nomination Coupon received will count for
TRAVEL TRIP CONTEST CANDIDATES
Name. Occupation P. O. Votes.
Mrs. E. H., Lewis Honolulu 119,073
Manuel Peters, Messenger Service ..Honolulu 39,827
J. C. Goeas (at Levy A Co.) Honolulu 35,992
Wm. L. Peterson, Notary Public Honolulu 35,362
John Lclte, Student Paukaa, Hilo 31,764
Miss Nellie C. Wong, Student Honolulu 27.452
Wm. McTlghe, Bookkeeper Honolulu 25,500
Mrs. H. S. Overend, Teacher Honokaa 23,199
Miss Matilda Burlem, Bookkeeper... Walluku 18,881
John K. Fern, Conductor Honolulu 14,388
Geo. Sims, Collector Honolulu 13,450
Min Kate Woodard, Merchant Honolulu 13,122
D. K. Sheldon Walmea 12,563
E. D. Qulnn, Mlllman Koh.iln 10,889
Mies Isabel Kelley, Teacher Honolulu 9,097
Miss Edith Fetter, High School Hilo 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 Scholtz, Teacher Walluku 6,767
Miss Annie Tyau Honolulu 6,750
T. B. Lyons Walluku 6,530
John T. Rodrlgucs, Apprentlco Honolulu 6,476
Martin Neuman, P. O. Clerk Honolulu 6,399
Mrs. C. L. Dlck'erjon, Millinery Honolulu , 6,323
Geo. Dwlght, Clerk Honolulu 6,085
Eugene Capellat Hakalau 6,250
Miss Mollle Thomas Hilo 6,211
Miss Irene Kalai, Student Hilo 6,199
Miss Elsie Alama, Student Honolulu 6,171
Miss Eva Gonsalvea Honolulu 6,116
A. S. Robertson, Clerk Honolulu ' 6,320
Tochlro Kurltanl Honomu 6,069
Miss Louise de Harne Kohala 6,006
Miss Elizabeth Ting Walluku 6,065
Miss Mary Hastle, Teacher Hanapepe 6,001
Wm. Hala, Sludent Hana 6,045
Bert do La Nux, Mch. Apprentice. ...Honolulu , 6,012
Harry Hapal, Water Wcrki Clerk. ..Hilo 6029
David B. Sllva i Honolulu 6 024
Haiold Godfrey, Student Honolulu 6,023
Bertha Kau Kapaa 6,021
Capt. Bal, Water Works Dept Walluku 6,011
Frederick L. Zoller Koloa 6,001
Mrs. L. Train, Teacher Hana 6 001
James S. Achong Walluku 6,009
Mrs. Pick Lyman Hilo 6,000
John Vlse, Senate Clerk Honolulu 6,000
Wm. F. Desha, Student Honolulu 5,833
John N. Halemano Keanae 5,353
Miss Mary Kauhane Lahalna 5,084
Joe Morris, Jr Makawao 5,037
Miss Isabella Koomoa Keauhou 5,030
S. R. Thompson Honolulu 5,023
and all other
HERE IS A MESSAGE FOR YOU
time n trsnol'
ho one Issued every
vote Is made out.
Kvcry organization should he Just
ns much Interested In getting tho hclu
of some active Industrious travel con-'
tcstant. Your organization perhnpi
needs n piano; Kdlson Ambcroda pho- j
nograph would bo much appreciated
in your meeting place; any organl-i
zatlon could find liso for a hundred.!
dollars worth of furniture; but ecu
though you do win ono of theso pre
miums and It is ono you do not want
jou will have tho privilege of trans
ferring the order for cash nnd using
tho fund derived for some special
All Get to Work.
Oct your fellow members Interest
ed. They will work loyally for tho
prizes If you get them Btartcd. Per
haps they nro a lltllo Inclined to tako
action according to your judgment.
Do not let them loso confidence In
your Judgment. Do not have them
saying to you after tho piano con
test Is well started: "Why wo havo
nioro members than tho X Z Y Z or
der. Wo could havo won ns easily'
as they." So you can. It only do-'
pends on your getting stnrted at'
Contest work Is more pleasant and
brings quicker results than donation
solicitation. When )ou approach i
those from whom you usually got tlio j
biggest amounts and ask them for n;
subscription for tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n, ex-,
plaining that tho reward for your ef
fort Is a California trip and n flno
Starr piano for tho church school or
lodge, you will bo glcn big orders
People like to aid people who aid
thcnibclvps. This Is jniir opportunity
to get a piano and say always after-1
wards: "Wo earned that piano by do
ing organized, partial time work for,
the tin I lot In." Won't your prldo' ,
In our order make It seem more' Organizations at the close of thoEvcnlng Bulletins Ten Trip
worth whllo than to lake up a collci- Travel Contest.
lion and secure the piano after n long
wait? You will not have to wait for, T,e school club, lodge, church, militia company, or any ether kind of an
l HIT llilll( IIT .111 111 IUV IMIltJI lll-
If you earn the ono offered by the
II ii 1 1 o 1 1 it. It will ho jours for de
livery at tho end of June.
1'rlcn of Kvcnlng lliillcll.n.
1 Month's Subscription ....$ .75
3 Months' " 2.00
G Months' " $ 4.00
1 Year's " t S.00
2 Years' " $16.00
3 Years' " $24.00
6 Years' " $40.00
Price of Wccklj llulIHIn.
1 Year's Subscription $-1.00
C Years' " $ 5.00
YOTJJS ISSUKD ON
Subscriptions (o Iiicnlng Itulletln.
$700 In Prizes Are To Be Awarded
organization that receives the
Ono month 250 350
Thrco months 450 550
Six months 1,000 1,200
Ono 5 car .',100 3,000
Two years 6,000 7,000
Three years 9,200 11,000
Five years 21.000 30,000
Subscriptions o WrrLlj Ilullrllii.
Ono year 250 350
Five yeurs 1,500 2,000
Largest Number of
MADE SAME MISTAKE
I'luro Hospital In I'ucliln, Colo.
Case Chronic Iirlght'H Disease of
fifteen years' development. I
Prognosis Itccovei Impossible nnd
patient (ii Mr O.iclcn) was so advised
and that ho could remain or go home
On arrival at Center, Colo , could not
sit up alone In bed A local physician
was called. He. too, said he could not
recover nful prescribed for his heart
It did lint look Ilkn the patient could
live a wick when a new agent was
mlded to tho treatment.
In ten days patient was sitting up;
In twenty days could walk outdoors.
Ho tnndo u slow but steady reiocry.
Ho now weighs 190 lbs
Theso facts wrro given us by lilt
wife, Mrs. Mary Guden of Center, Colo,
who will coullrm them.
lloth physicians wero mistaken as to
the possibilities, and tho same ml.ituko
Is occurring everywhere even In tlio
.hospitals of this city. And these mis
takes urn costing human lives.
Tho new agent employed ns nhovo
was Fulton's ltenul Compound It
does nol conflict with iho physicians'
prescriptions lint It does chango the
pieenoslK from despair to hope
(ivr nlno out of ten of tho dead
from kldniy trouble show Hrlght's
Dlseaso This Is u census fact tli.it
kldney-tr.iubled people ought to know
Honolulu Drug Co Is local audit
For literature write John J Fulton Co ,
tflj luttery St, San Fnuiclsco.
will be given first choice of the prizes, The organization with the next
highest total rccures the second choice of premiums. The organization In
third plc at the content 'close will have the final preference premium
By preference votes, are meant votes that are a duplicate lusue of those
made out for trip contestants.
For every vote lesued for a trip contestant, an equal amount will be Is.
sued for the organization preferred by the person making the subscription
Preference or organization duplicate vote Issue starts Thursday, April
27th. No organlzatlcn votes will be Issued on subscription payments made
previous .to that date.
Orgnnlzatlor.il Get a live contestant to work for you.
Trip candidates! Get organization members to work for you.
There are votes for both and prizes and trips for both.
Organization McmbersiBe a contest worker for your organization; It It
enjoyable, easy and more dignified, than an.out.an.out donation solicitation
for a special fund for your order.
Nominate your organization now.
The Amberola Is the newest member
of the Edison Phonograph family. It
Is a work of art both In appearance
and in performance.
The Amberola Is a greatly Improv.
ed Phonograph. Its horn and mech.
anlsm are enclosed In a handsome
cabinet, which also Includes drawer
for .holding 100 records.
It can be had In several finishes of
oak and mahogany, to match any
room or woodwork. It Is a most at.
tractive piece of furniture and a credit
to any drawing-room or muslc.room.
It has a number of special features
features not found In other Edison
Phonographs. These Include a larger,
new style reproducer, giving a repro.
ductlon of unusual volume and rich,
ness of tone.
Another new feature Is that the rec.
ord, in addition to revolving, also ad.
vances to meet the reproducer, which
remains stationary. This feature makes
It possible to have a rigid horn. In
other Edison Phonographs the repro.
ducer moves across the face of the re.
volvlng Record and to get the best
results a swinging horn It necessary.
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.
The Hawaiian Hand will glvo a con
cert this evening at Kmma Sipiaro,
eouimonelng at 7:80 o'clock, with tho
Overture Ten Girls and No Hus
Introduction and Polonalso. .Williams
Il.iliilil IJIlio Violets ....." ... Hans
Selection Rnmnil I.lfo Thlero
Vocal Hawaiian songs. ar by 'Jorger
Selection IJolicmliui Oil 1 .... Ilalfo
I Walt Tendor Kisses . . . Walilteufcl
Flnalo Pnllchliicllo . Fuhrbach
Tho Star Spanglod U.iucnr.
Special Extra Premium for Organizations
STARR PIANOlK " $400
From THAYER PIANO CO.'S STOCK. On display
in their Store on Hotel Street
WATSON In Honolulu, April 23,
1911. to Mr. nnd Mrs. V.. M. Watson,
Wnokli bulletin 11 per rear.
STYLE "A," Height, 1 feet 6 inches
Width, 5 feet 6 inches
Depth, 2 feet 3 Inches
In the Tuscan model we present a design of remarkable beauty and eleg.
ance. An exceedingly popular type by reason of Its rich beiuty.
Seven and one. third octave, tri. chord scale with overstrung bass; full
composite metal stringing plate, bronzed complete and handsomely decor,
ated; patent anti.frlction metal pedal action, with three graduating mouse,
proof pedals; patent improved toft stop attachment; convex vund board,
with suspension bridges; tuning pin plank built up from selected rock maple
veneers; bushel tuning pin holes; patent repeating action, with metal buth.
ed damper blocks; continuous brass hammer butt flanges, and capstan re.
gulatlng screws; handcome design of Case, double veneered Inside and out;
full duet swinging music desk, with single pine!, carved and polished;
carved pilasters; grand fall board; ivory keys and solid ebony sharps.
Piano is on display at Thayer Piano Co.'s, Hotel Jttreet ttore.
Third Preferenqe Premium
$100 Furniture Order On
J. Hopp & Co.
Something of face value to every organization.
tThe organization receiving the third highest number of vctet will receive
an order reading. '
J. Hopp i. Co.;
Please deliver to (name of winning organization) One Hun.
dred Dollars ($100.00) worth of furniture, articles at selected by
holder of this order, and charge to the account of the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.
Thlt order It good for any furniture carried in ttock by thlt large furnl.
ture ttore. The order may be transferred for cash to tome purchaser and
the fund used for aanuilc, building or library fund, If the organization te.
curln git hat no ne d for the furniture.