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REWARD FOR ORGANIZATIO
ATTITUDE IS IMPORTANT
SOME TRIP CANDIDATES
ARE' OVER CONFIDENT
Saving Power Is Cooperation That Means Combining of
Workers Who Secure Votes From One Source
and You From Another.
Tho nttltuilo of n cnmllduto Is a
vote-getter or n votc-loaer.
Inspire people with conlldeiieo In
your ability to succeed and they will
help you to success.
Nothing drives away orders from
nny salesman like Indifference. You
me all salesmen of the Ilullcttn,
If you hopo to earn one of the Cali
fornia trips. Do not let your uttltudo
seem an Indifferent one. If you nro
Indifferent or seem to he, about wli!
iiIiik ono of tho trips you may count
on It that tho people to whom you
talk will also bo Indifferent.
If you really are aspiring to be one
of the fortunate ten, get away from
thu dlllldcnco of doubt and couio out
as li worker.
Nml nir Porter Is Cooperation.
Cooperation menus n Having of ef
fort. In this content Just us much ho
ns It did a saving of expense to tho
big business combinations who
learned the gain from woiklng to
Kffort saved can be dlrectod to oth
er Held. While you are Bocurlug
subscriptions and hence votes from
Homo source, your organization or
your trip contestant worker Is secur
ing more votes from somu other
Postpone not the combining of vulo
gi'ttlng strength. Home of tho vari
ous candidates, both organization and
trip, are trying without aiding some
oilier candidal)) who wants votes Just
ns badly as they. This way is not so
sure of success ns is cooperatlou.
t'rollt by the experience of tho great
business generuls and coiicentruto
jour efforts hut with a wider circle
for endeavor and success will surely
reward your" effortB.
The next contest count will ho
made tomorrow. While the Kitmehn-
nielia Alumni boys stnrted off in ther
lead they did not grow confident over
their Ilrst showing and uro working
just as hard this week to hold tholr
lead as they did to gain it the llrst
week. Theio nro other organization
workers in the field who nrn doing
Just as much but It would "be telling"
to slate what ones until they justify
It by casting a big bunch of ballots.
Some Candidates Conllilcnl.
Several of the trip candidates nro
growing confident of success and are
already computing the long-dlstauco
trips they may earn liut there uro
other candidates to be heard from
who at the last few counts havo mado
no showing at all. Humors of big
It Is not likely that they ever will
again but the names are not with
drawn from tho contest. All are still
ellglblo and ns soon ns .votes are
cast for nny of them they will ap
pear In the list with the other vole
getters. Hut space is too limited to
permit the dally publishing of the
long list of nominations. To get J our
name published and to appear ns an
active, candidate, nil that Is necos-
sary Is send in votes,
Nnmlnntloni at anu Tlmm.
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subscription collections are constant- Thc nomination coupon will not he
ly coming In from tho other Islands . iEer but tliU dooa
mid the Honolulu candidates will r,m " I""Ke1r J""1 "" "00?
.,bn ,. mi.tufao if ihnv rniini nnlv not mean that nominations can not
mi linvlnu in ilefpnt sumo locnl can- ! still be sent In.. Nominations of or
dldato. Those outsido Island people ganlzatlon or trip candidates can ho
are maneuvering with tho skill of made at any time during the con
trained contestants nnd lire not going , test iam tlmo to tlmo the nomln
to expose either their strength or ,, w, , tu
votes cast will bring them another "me when you want tho blank, write
big block from where BUpport has' 'out the name, address, and occupa
beeii promised when they mako tho . tton on a piece of paper and send to
right showing. us; It will count for tho E000 nomln-i
atlng voteti as If on a regular con-
HERE IS REST
Conllilent Not Cureless.
He conlldcnt of success when after
votes but do not let your conlldenco
become carelessness. Many u battle
i has been lost because, the command
er trusted that the battle would coii-
flmtfl iih It llfiil liMirun Wlint 1nnki.il
llko victory has often been changed q.,i.i wi
to defeat by the rallying of the on- p "Vi .
emy. All tho contestants are in bat-
tie with each oilier, but it Is n battle
of good nuturo and good feeling with
the spirit of do, or fall doing ones
Watch nnd work carefully for ev
ery chance of gain; mid cooperate, as
said In the beginning, with those who
can help you and the Bulletin
will give the trips and prizes exuetly
as promised tu tho those getting the
Another count will be made on next
Thursday and tho results published
the day following.
Do not hesitate nuotit asking Ques
tions. That Is one or the things the
contest man Is at the Hulletln of
fice for. If you nro an organization
worker and do not thoroughly under
stand the vote Issue or anything else
about this double contest, call at the
II till o tin and the Information will
be glndly furnished,
Vote Judgment, r
Ifse good Judgment in casting bal
lots. 8up)Ose you lead' the list, do
hot put In too many votes hut hold
them In reserve for some more criti
cal contost period when you will need
to mako a great allowing to gain
some coveted contest support. Con
Jest voting Is one of the most Im
portant things In .Hecurlng success,
Names Not Withdrawn.
Since tho first count the names of
all tho candidates havo not beon
printed dally ns was tho case bofore.
Namos of candidates when first
nominated will be printed for one
time and then not again until' they
receive votes at some count.
Subscribers Bonding In payments to
tho U u Hot In must always men-
Tho vacation times nro coming, tho
maddest and merriest of the year,
Tho city fathers express them
selves as favoring the newer and gen
erally accepted Idea that the laboie,'
Is worthy of his vacation. Supervisor
Amana. brought this Interesting
point to tho fore when he mildly In
quired of his colleagues, If In event
of Superintendent of Electric Light
W. Is. Frazeo being granted throe
months' leave of absence to be sjient
on thc conBt, would the city paymns
tor continue to hand out a substantial
check in payment of salary.
It appeared to be tho sentiment of
tho majority of the board membcis
that all heads of departments who
have faithfully served the City nnd
County for a year should ho entitled
to n little time oft for recieatiou and
Superintendent Frazce has applied
for three months' vacation Ho al
leges that his physician has tudered
a change of climate. In a coiumutil-
cation to the board, he stales that
while oil the mainland ho will have
ninnlo opportunity to study tho lat
est In electric lighting devkes and In
All members seemed willing Hint
Krazee should take thu time asked for
but It was the query of Amana con
cerning the salary attachment that
ret tho flood gates of elocution agoing
Mayor Kern replied to the Amana
question by offering the information
lion tho name of lliu individual trip, , t lt iad always been the custom
contestant and the organization con- for vacationing city emplojees to
testant, they wish to vote for, as all draw pay while on leave. Krazee was
ballots are tilled out before leaving pointed out as having been an em-
office. . You can hold buck the bal- ployee of tho municipality for a num
lots as long as you wish. Always wr or years,
stuto whether you want tho votes
cast or returned tu 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 arc
secured. The three old or
three new daily yearly sub
scriptions must be turned in
during some single contest
Sixth Contest Week
FROM 8 A. M. TUESDAY,
MAY 1, to 5 P. M.
MONDAY, MAY 8.
This is a standing continu
ous club offer that will be re
newed from week to week,
during the contest.
Mr. Krazee looks very healthy
however Insisted Amana, though when
It nn.nrt In n LilwitlS (if llflltitu till Vitftt
Kvery subscription payment made fuoriB the granting of the' requested
on or siucu aihtcu -out emmes mu jy with pay,
payer to votes for a trip contestant, ( Supervisor Ixiw, also shotted mark-
Rvery payment made on or slnco ed evidence of having suffeied a de-
April 27th entitles the payer to votes elded change of front In the matter
for both a trip contestant and an or liepuiy Attorney noa mutinous
organization contestant. Present re-, vacation spene in privuie pmctico at
Evening Bulletin's Expansion Year
TEN POPULAR PERSONS nro to b. given ROUND TRIPS
to SAN FRANCISCO, with tan days' stop t best hotels.
Valuable prizes awarded candidates and contest workers all
Trips to any Eastern, Wrsfern or Middle State city can be
Travel party Is picked by BULLETIN readers. Votes given
with every subscription payment made after March 27.
The ten people getting the highest number of votes will be
given the trips.
information regarding the longer trips furnished contestants at
the BULLETIN office.
Why not help your friend to get one of the trips?
FOR TRIP CONTESTANT IN EVENINQ BULLETIN
TEN-TRIP TRAVEL CONTEST
Addreea , ,
Fill In name and address of your favorite candidate
and esnd to the Bulletin Contest Department.
(Not good after Wednesday, May 10)
celptd and votes wilt be Issued. I
Remember you get two sots of
votes If you pay or have paid your
your subscription since April 27th:
one for a trip candidate, nnd anoth
er for an organization candidate. An
equal number of vbtea as given Jul
tho standing voto schedule are Issu
ed for lio'h. J
Tri-wcekly counts will bo mado on
Tuesday, Thursday nnd Saturday, be
ginning with next Thursday. The re
sults of theso counts will he pub-,
Hshed on Monday, Wtidnesduy und
Friday, ballots Intended for theso'
counts should bo In tho II ul lo tin1
olllco by 4 o'clock of tho day tho
count Is made,
Keep your paper coupons for trip
nnd organization candidates separate
und do not roll the votes. Send them
in, In envelopes with the, name of the
candidate and the numbor of vote
they contain written on tho front.
This will help to make counts accur
I ato nnd prompt, und permit you to
eBtlmuto what correct total should
be. i advance.
How Votes Are Issued.
Every copy of the Uultotln will
contain a coupon, which, when ipro
perly filled out, will entitle tho holder
to votes of the number specified.
Votes are also Issued on paid sub
scriptions' to the Evening Bulle
tin In proportion to the length of
time such subscriptions nro paid In
accordance with tho schedule appear
l'rk'n of Evening Hulletln.
1 Month's Subscription ....! .76
3 Months' " 2.00
C Months' " 4.00
1 Your's " $8 00
2 Years' " 1C00
3 Years' " J24.00
0 Years" " $10.00
Price ot Weekly Uullellu.
1 Year's UubBcrlptiou ? 1,00
5 Years' " 6.00
I YOTKS ISSUI'.D ON
Subscriptions to Hicnlng Ilallctln.
Ono month 250 3f.O
Jhree mouths 4G0 OHO
Six months 1,000 1,200
One year -M00 3,000
Two years 5,000 7,000
Three years 9.200 11,000
Five years 24,000 30,000
Subscriptions lo Weekly llullellu. I
One year 250 360
Klvo years 1,500 2,000
HASH CONCT.ItT. '
Tho Hawaiian. band will glvo a con
cert this evening at Aula l'ark, com
mencing ut 7:30 o'clock, with the fol
March Lilac HIoshoiuh .... Wcnrlch
Overture Jolly Hobbors .... Suppu
Intermezzo Kroin House to House
Selection I.n Somnamhulu ., llelllul
Vocal Hawaiian songs. nr. by Ilorger
Fantasia -Aboo Tahah .... Thiirbau
Waltz Jasmine Scent .. .. Hopkins
Finale Yankee Tickle .... Dressier
Tho, Blur Spangled Manner
Wekly U u 1 1 e tl u fl per jean-
date." In conclusion the Supervisor
clteil .tlguies to fhow that the City
and County Attorney's offlco had con
ducted a much turgor umouut of liti
gation than tinder former ndmlnlstiu
tlons. He paid a glowing trlbuto to
tho general efficiency of City and
County Attorney John Cathcart, Dep
uties Mltverton and A. M. Hrown
Vacation spirit was In the air, and
when Flro Chief Thurston asked Hint
each of the men In his department bo
allowed a fifteen day vacation during
the summer months, the reuuest met
wllli unanimous approval from tin1
kindly disposed city fathers.
The result of last night's Invo feast
was that Superintendent Fruzee getu
three months' leave with pay, IK'p
uty Attorney Mllvettou Is exonerated
Is given leave with pay, and ull Ho
nolulu fliemeii will have two weeks'
vacation with full pay.
$700 In Prizes
For Organization Effort
A $100 STARR PIANO, a $200 EDISON AMBEROLA PHO
NOGRAPH, and a FURNITURE ORDER on J. Hopp & Co. are
to be presented by the BULLETIN to organizations at Die dote
of the TEN-TRIP TRAVEL CONTEST.
The Organizations having the most Preference Votes secure
choice In the following manner! The organization getting tha
most votes will have first choice) the order with the second
highest number will get second choice, and the order standing
in third place will get the final prize choice.
Preference votes are a duplicate of those Issued for travel
Nominations may be made at any time during the contest.
Learn what organization you belong to is a candidate, and
then bo loyal. All that la necessary is lo subscribe for or renew
your subscription to the BULLETIN. You qel the best paper in
Hawaii ot the regular price, and aid both your trip aspirant
friend and your organization.
Special Extra Premium for Organizations
Low camo forward last evening nnd
declared In his verbal iciKirt that Mll
vettou was entitled to the time oft'.
He Insisted that the affairs of tho
City and County Attorney's otllco
wero never in better xhaixi.
"I have gone Into this thing with
much care," declared Ixiw who had
been appointed n committee) of ono
to investigate the alleged neglect of widow of George C Snow, a. shoe mini
duty there. tifui-turer, nfi.OOO Is bequeathed for
"Mr, Mllvorton has proved himself I summer excursions, t'hrlHtm.'iH dinners
a hard working olllclal, d find tliatl and C'hrlstmaH piecento for the poor of
tho work has been brought up to the city of llrockton, Muss,
UKVKl.I At Maternity Home, April
28, 1911, to Mr. nnd Mrs. Waller
Itevell, u daughter,
rAHCOH At the Nonparlel, Hono
lulu, to Mr. nud Mrs. J. II. 1'aHcoe,
' I Si I
Ily tlili will of Mrs. Clara It. Snow,
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Ask Your Friends
To Help You
If you belong to a church, society or nny organization, let
your fellow members knnv tint I you expect their help. It will
be freely given If you only ak before It U given to tome other
Don't forget that tho children ran do the most effective work
collecting Dally Coupons, ns well ns secure you many paid-in-advance
Should your fattier, brother, mother, sister or friends belong
to any organization, get them to secure the votes and assistance
of tho members ot the organization.
Do not let a day pass without necurlng soma subscriptions
and oteH. The steudy, persistent work Is what will make you
the winner. Keeping everlastingly ut lt always brings success.
An) one, any where, can vote for nny candidate. Candidates
can secure votes und subscriptions anywhere.
It Is e.nler to usk questions than to con eel mistakes, Do
not liesllnto to ask questions, Thu Contest Manager Is at tha
Hulletln cilice, to help you.
STARR PIANO W m. $400
Height, 4 feet G Inches
Width, 5 feet C inches
Depth, 2 feet 3 Inches
Ornamental and Useful
in any Meeting Place
From THAYER PIANO CO.'S STOCK. 4 On display
in their Store on Hotel Street
Second Special Premium
The nevvct-t member of the I'dlaon
Record Hock for 100 records.
Attractive and entertaining to every
one A credit to the organization that
From HAWAIIAN NEWS CO. 3tock
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 & Co.:
Please deliver to (name of winning organization) One Hun.
dred Dollars ($100.00) worth of furniture, articles as selected by
holder of thlc order, and charge to the account of the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.
This order Is good for any furniture carried in Block by this large furnl.
ture store. The order may be transferred for cash to some purchaser and
the fund used for a muilc, building or library fund, If the organization sc.
curln git has no ne d for the furniture.
1 Vote for Organization Contestant
In Evening Bulletin
Ten Trip Travel Contest
(This Coupon is not good after Wednesday, May 10)
Fill in name of your favorite organization candidate and send
to the Bulletin Contest Department.
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