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SPLENDID RETURNS FOR
IS YOUR ORGANIZATION
IN NEED OF A PIANO?
Nomination List For the Preference Premium Prizes Will Be
Published Tomorrow and the Vote Issue Will Start
The organization nominations re
ceived up until 10 a. m. tomorrow will i
be published In tomorrow',! paper. A
number have already been received
and several more are expected to
come In today. Do not wait. Send
yours In at once If you have not done
so. Vote Issue of the piano prefer,
ence premium votes begins on Thurs.
day morning. There will be no blank
ballots, Every one desiring votes
must give the name of the trip candl.
date and the organization candidate
before the ballots are allowed to leave
the contest department. An equal
amount will be Issued for both In ac.
eordance with the vote schedule pub.
Ilshed. There will not be another
count until early next week.
members, n concentration of efforts
mnl rare (lint nil members of the or
g.iul7utlun oto for Its representa
tive In this contest Instead of scat
tering their ballots.
I'rlcc of Kvcnliig llulletln.
1 Month's Subscription . ...$ .75
Pn not bo derelict In tliity In jnur
hclf Ibis Is not Hie llnio to piocrastlu
nte hi any manner.
The 1'nlirornla trips will be nwnnl
eil liv Hie II ii 1 1 1 1 1 ii befoic iui Ret
thoioiiKlil.v started If ini don't hurry
up iinl gel soiuo organization Intei
I'stcil in the plnno to bo given uwuy
at I he close of tbo contest
(Jn right out mnl seo all tho or
ganisation people. oit know and con
vimo them of the possibility of earn
ing iliis $ino Starr pluno liv slmplj
helping im secure travel votes liv
en time n travel voto Is Issued for
miii nnother will he Issued for the
All Hint the nig.iniiratlon people
hnvi to ilo Is to Ret tbo siipisirl of
borne nrlhr (tip iisplinnt
No t in", despite whatever their vote
total m,i. be, has leallj got a start in
this (.onlest until thov have somo in-
giinlz.illon working for lliem. . It Is a
conlcHt of combination tho combin
ing of Individual and organization con
Name an Organization,
As ,i candidate In tho Uvouing
11 nil I e l I n' expansion Year Cou
V tc on hIioiiM iihiuu your fnvorlto
rgiul7utlon. Duplicate voles of all
our votes Issued on or after Tliurs
ilnj April 27lh, will be credited to the
nrg.iiilrnlloii ou name, thus insuring
u i f its enthusiastic support.
Am vou n lodge niomhci? A club
menibei ? College nlumul membei ?
Member of anv church, union, mili
tia eonip.in ' Student or teacher In
am pilvnte or public school'
The right kind of u bustler repre
senting mi) kind of an organization
wi'h I lie right kind of support fiom
tli.it oiKiiulz.itlon can scoio a double
success In this expansion joar con
test one for himself and one for tbo
organization And this docs not uic.in
lliere Is to lij any imposition upo,i
oiKniilrnllnu ineiubeis They will be
icpnld Tor their Interest In nu mil'
their orRnnlzmioti. All that Is le
nulieil Is some enthusiasm unions
3 Months' " t 2.00
C Months' " S 4.00
1 Year's " $ 8.00
2 Years' " $10 00
3 Ycard " $24 00
5 Years' " $10 00
I'rlro of Weekly llullrllii.
1 Year's Subscription $ 100
5 Years' " $ fi 00
VOTES ISSHKO (IX
Subscriptions (u tuning llullrllii.
Ono month 2M 3f;o
Tli r oo moutliB 4".0 0ti0
Six months 1,000 1,200
Ono year 2,400 3,000
Two years C.000 7,000
Tlireo years 9,200 11,000
Klvo years 21,000 30,000
.Siiliscrlplloin to Wcrkl) Iliillclln.
Ono jcar r.O 350
Klvo jears 1.G00 2,000
COOPERATION IS NECESSARY KfiT Piano Preference Premium
Kaimuki Institution Is Granted
Charter, to Or
ganize. A chiiiycr of Incorporation, for a
boys' hoarding sihnol at Kalinukl has
barn secured by I. (3 Itlnckmnli, A.
Lewis Jr., C 11 Cooke, Ha n ford 11 l)no
and Antonio 1'crry, tbo imiiio of tho
new institution tn bo tho Honolulu
School for Hojs.
1'ourtceu lures of land have been
secured for tile campus In the Occ.ui
View district of Knlmukl, and n be
ginning has nlrcudy been mado ill
Vr lllackmnn will bo prlnclp.ii of
Iho School and cx-otllclo chalrinaii of
the hoard of trustees, tho follow lug
committees having Iipoii appointed:
Iliilldlng C M Cooke and Judgo
J'erry. nuance -A Lewis and John
Watei house IMiicntlon JiiiIro S II
Hole and I)r JuiM
The school will lio pliinned to ac
commodate sixty bos, mid provisions
will be inudo for expansion In tho fit
Churches, Schools, Lodges,
Clubs, and all other
l Organizations :
HERE IS A MESSAGE FOR YOU
are issued for every club
of three old or three new daily
yearly subscriptions. As many
bonus vote coupons will be is
sued as subscription clubs are
secured. The three old or
three new daily yearly sub
scriptions must be turned in
during some single contest
Second Contest Week
FROM 8 A. M. TUESDAY,
APRIL 19th to 5 p. m.
MONDAY, APRIL 24th.
This is a standing continu
ous club otter that will be re
newed from week to week,
during the contest.
I VOTE '
FOR TRIP CONTESTANT IN EVENINQ BULLETIN
TEN-TRIP TRAVEL CONTEST
Fill In name and addrejs of your favorite candidate
and send to the Dullotin Contest Department.
(Not good after Wednesday, May 10)
WELL OVER $4,000,
After j long ilel.iy, the mutngenicnl
of the Ml 1-1'iiclllc Klriio'ss h.is iniidn
public the Miiiincist side of the eiiriil-
, . I ttlil. 1. I. ml l. lit. .. .in I. It ,. 1 U
...II .......I ...., ....i.i .... . . ... j ... :
rriiiiiH iiiiiiiiiuirii u ti.uu ..;. win) ii win
lie turned over to the I'jiliiiu.i Settle
ment (iros receipts wire J7S0.1 tit
and expenditures $2910 21
The stitcnicnt Includes
Hecelpts (J.ite receipts, Jtsol 10; do
n.itious, llOt. till; lliiwuil.iii booth.
JSU' r,.'., MMi booth, 1140 II: Itunslin
booth, J.'MUBO: Hungarian booth,
2I..1 .".0; Ice ireiini booth, 1117 40;
Scotch booth, $:iv,fi1; HMiilh liootli,
$C21.h.'i. Anglo-Indian bootll. $U0 f.O;
Norwegian booth. $136 GO; Japineso
bootli, 1078 10, l'rcmli bootll, jr,0 10;
Portuguese liootli, SI 18 30; Colonial
bootli, JIM SO. Chinese booth, J70.10;
stock certllk'HtD, Kit shouting g.illirj,
l.tS'JO; sale of luinhcr, i:fi78. special
llHcount on lumber, 90 f!5; inlwellu
neous. J1.30 Totnl, 17(105.41
Kxpcniliturcs Advertising, I21C SO;
I'lllllpplne booth. I.M HO, Itllsniau booth,
jr., Colonial Ilooth, (40, SpauMi booth,
144 10, rroiit.il liootli, $171, be cream
booth, snsno; Japanese booth, tll.193;
Irish liootli. $1E.7.1; 1'ortiiKiKie bootli,
H 40, AiiRlo-Indlali bootli JJ, Scotdi
liootli, $2 10, NorweKlin bootli, $2 20;
Hawaiian bootll, $4,". llubtliiK and dec
onitlliB, $392 78; domes stiiKe, etc,
$61 7fi general expense of l.ilior, car
penters iiuivlni; liulldliiKs, liimtim; mid
plumhliii; $tnjj r.7, tuiiiber, $904 40.
Total, $J'i30 21.
Prizes Are To Be Awarded
Liverpool, I:iik, bus Impounded a
river and built ,t 7.", mile miuoiliiit to
Improve the miiulcip.it watir supplv.
Good for 5000 Votes
I hereby nominate as a candidate In the CVENIiJQ BUL.
LETIN'O Ten-Trip Travel Contest
Only tho first Nomination Coupon received will count for
.Warmer does the rest
The Welkom Warmer
Slzo 3V&xG,& Inches, weight Vt
Tho only modern, safo, effective mid
sensible, substitute, for tho antl(uatcd
lint Wutor line.
No water to heat no rubber to rot.
Will last for years.
Tho Warmer is niudc. of motal heat
ed within ono mluuto by tho lighting
nnd Insertion of a puper tubo con
taining a Marries. smokeIcs and
odorless fuel generating a uniform
heat which lusts over two hours nt u
cost oMcsh than ono lent. It Is curved
to lit any portion of the body and hold
in plncn by means of a bag and halt
allowing tho wciiror to niovo about at
AS A I'AIX KILLKK
Tho Welkom Wannor has no equal
It can ha put Into constant action and
Is Indlspcnsablo In cases of rheuma
tism, lumbago, neur.ilglu, sciatica,
Hy placing tho Warmer on tho af
fected part tho heat being dry, not
moist, biikcs out thn rotd. I'liyslclans
say that tho moist heat of tho hot wat
er bag will not euro hut aggravate tho
uiliiicntH ubnvn mentioned.
Many have buou sold not a c'nglo
Comploto outllt Including Warmer,
bag bolt, coll and 10 tubes of fuol sent
prepaid to any part of tho U 8. up,
receipt of $1.00.
If you wish to know moro about this
wonderful dovlco wrlto today for freo
WELKOM WARMER" MFG. CO.
10S 1'nllon SI., Xew York.
Organizations at the close of IheE v o n I n g D u 1 1 e 1 1 n's Ton Trip
The school ctub, lodge, church, militia company, or any ether kind of an
organization that receives tho
Largest Number of
will be given first choice of the prizes. The organization with the next
highest total secures tho-second choice of premiums. The organization In
third place at the contest close wl," have the final preference premium
By preference votes, are meant votes that are a duplicate lue 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 duplicate vote Issue starts Thursday, April
27th. No organlzat'cn votes will be Issued on subscription payments made
previous to that date.
Organizations! 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 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.
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 Irnprov.
ed Phonograph. Its horn and mech.
anlsm are enclosed In a handsome
cabinet, which also Includes drawers
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 drawlng.room or music. 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.
duction 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 nrikes
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 Is necessary.
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.
Special Extra Premium for Organizations
STARR PIAN0K " $400
From THAYER PIANO CO.'S STOCK. On display
in their Store on Hotel Street
3TYLE "A." Height, 4 feet 6 Inches
Width, G feet 6 Inches
Depth, 2 feet 3 Inches
In the Tuscan model we pres-nt a design of remarkable beauty and cleg,
ance. An exceedingly popular type by reason of Its rich beiuty.
Seven and one.third cctave, trl.chord scale with overstrung bass; full
composite metal stringing plate, bron-ed complete and handsomely decor,
ated; patent anti.frlctlon metal peda action, with three graduating mouse,
proof pedals; patent Improved soft stop attachment; convex sound board,
with suspension bridges; tuning pin ptank built up from selected rock maple
veneers; bushel tuning pin holes; patent repeating action, with metal bush,
ed damper blocks; continuous brass hammer butt flanges, tnd capstan re.
gulatlng screws; handtome design of case, double veneered Inside and out;
full duet swinging music desk, with single pinel, carved and polished;
carved pilasters; grand fall board; lv0ry keys and solid ebony sharps.
Piano is on display at Thayer Plano co.'s, Hotel street store.
Third Preference Premium
$100 Furniture Order On
J. Hopp & Co. -
Something of face value to every organization.
The organization receiving the third highest number of vctes will receive
an order reading.
J. Hopp A. Co.:
Please deliver to (name of winning organization) One Hun.
dred Dollars (J10O0O) worth of furniture, articles as selected by
holder of this order, and charge to the account of the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.
This order Is good for any furniture carried in stock by this large furnl.
ture store. The order may be transferred for cash to some purchaser and
the fund used for a music, building or library fund, If the organization M.
curln git has no no d for the furniture.