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REWARD FOR ORGANIZATION LOYALTY
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JOIN CONTEST PHOTO GALLERY
SECRECY AS TO VHS
CAST IS NECESSARY
Information That Cannot Be Given to All Entrants Equally
and Fairly Is Withheld By the Bulletin Contest Man.
Ono of tho llrat pictures received
im n result of tlio II it 1 1 o 1 1 n con
text man's request In published today.
It Is of one of the young men enn-ti-stunts
who stands fur down in the
IIrI. The Interview accompanying It
hIiowb. Hint Young Hllva Is Instilled
with tho rlclit contest spirit. He
time and then not again until they
receive votes nt'some count.
Siihtcitbcrg sending In payments to
I he Hill lot In must always men
Hon tho.nume of the Individual trip
contestant and the organization cou-
4Aaln.it Jlmv uTtnli In vnlfl fnr na nil
ballots are filled out before leaving1
wants every one to know who ho l, ' offlco. You can hold hack the Mai
ns they Hhould, hecnuso voting III con
tests differs not In tho main from
voting at public elections.
Mirny readers of tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n
have no particular choice In the mat
ter us they hno no lutluinto friends
who are entrants In thin exciting ex
pansion year contest. To these peo
ple a pluturo BpenkH much and will
menu many votes for those who make
tlm right appoal.
Send yours along anil join the con
test photo gallery which should be
fore tho contest end contain every
Votes Ceiintcd Tmlii).
Tho votes, both In the piano and
the travel contest lire being counted
again todny. The results will be pub
lish d tomorrow. The balloting has
been of such n nature this week that
to try and give u prophesy of the
count outcomo would bo to Invito fail
ure. Cautiousness seems to have In
nded the camps of both tnuel and
piano contest workers. This Is so, to
the extent of putting off the securing
ot otes until the lust hour before tho
counting begins. If this continues
the contest man will bo forced to
m.iko the closing hour of the ballot
box nil hour or ho earlier than now
announced for count days.
Personification of Secrecy.
There Is really ho way that your
opponents can llnd out whut number
of votes you cast for each count. Tho
contest man, us somo of you have
learned by experience, Is the personl
flc.it Ion of Seciecy, when questioned
prior to the count regarding how
many votes any of the other candi
dates hmc caul.' Often ho does not
know, but eon when he does he will
not tell until the count Is tlnlshed nnd
all Inquiries can bo iinswcred alike.
Tho giving out of anything that would
gio one candidate mi unfair iidvnut
ngo oer another Is seilously avoided
by tho II li.l let 111, ulthougli any
knowledge that tends to Increase vote
totals is gieii out equally and fairly
to all entrants..
Ubo good Judgment In casting bal
lots. Suppose you lead the list, do
not put In too many voles but hold
them In reserve for somo more criti
cal contest period when you will need
to mako a great Bhowlng to gjlu
some coteted contest support. Cou
test voting Is ono ot tho most Im
poitant things lit securing success,
Names Not Withdrawn.
Since the first count the names of
all the candidate,) have not been
printed daily us was the case before,
it Is not likely that they evor will
again but tho names are not with
drawn from the contest. All ure still
eligible and as soon as votes are
cunt for any of them they will a
jiear In the list with the other vote
getters. Hut spuce Is too limited to
permit the dully publishing of the
long list of nominations. To get your
name publlshod and to apjiear as an
active candidate, all that is neces
sary Is send in votes.
Nominations at any Time,
The nomination coiiioii will not be
i im dally any longer but this does
not meun that nominations can not
still be sent In. Nominations of or
ganization or trip candidates can in
mado at any tlmo during the con
test. Fioin time to tlmo the noniln
atlug coupon will appear In tho pa'
per, but If It does not uppcar ut the
tlmo when 5011 want tho blank, write
out tho name, uddress, and occupa-
lion on a piece of paper and send to
us; It will count for the GUOO noniln
atlug votes us If on a regular cou
Names of candidates when first
nominated will bo printed for one
lots at long as you wish. Always
state whether you want the votes
cast or returned to you.
Kvery subscription payment made
on or Blnre March 28th entities' thu
payer to votes for n trip contestant.
Uvery pajment made on or
April 27th entitles the payer to votes
for both a trip contestant and an
organization contestant. Present re
ceipts and votes will be Issued,
Hememher you get two sets or
votes If ou pay or have paid your
jour subscription since April 27th:
one for a trip candidate, nnd anoth
er for an organization candidate. An
equal number of votes as given In
tho standing vote schedule are issu
ed for both.
Trl-weekly counts will he mado on
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, be
ginning with next Thursday. The re
sults ot these counts will be pub
lished on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday. I)allots Intended for theso
counts should be In tho Bulletin
omco by 4 o'clock of the day the
count Is made.
Keep your paper coupons for trip
and organization candidates separate
and do not roll the votes. Send Uiem
In, In envelopes with the name of thu
candidate and tho number of voles
they contain written on the front.
This will help to make counts accur
ate and prompt, and pertu.lt you to
estimate what correct total should
bo In advance.
How Votee Are Issued yr- "
Every copy of tho Bulletin will
contain a couion, which, when ipro
perly filled out, will entitle the holder
to votes of the number specified
Votes are also issued on paid sub
scriptions to tho livening II u 11 I'
ll n In proportion lo the length of
tlmo such subscriptions aie paid In
accordance with tho Bchediilo appear
l'rlce of Kieulng llullolln.
1 Month's Subscription .... .76
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FOR ONLY $50
DAVID II. SII.V,
'Inn el Contestant.
The ubovo photograph shows thu
tcture of a joiiug luun who Is very
since Illusions to secure one of tho California
Media .irfi.rail I.V 111,. I 11 1 it I II Mil
has been an employee of Killer's store
for fccverul ears and as hu bus never
been away from here, the Uveulng
II ii 1 1 u 1 1 n's travel contest appealed
to him us u possible way to gain a
trip to tho mainland.
I hno nover been nwny rrom Ha
waii. 1 would like very much to get
a trip In this manner unci I urn going
to do my very best to do bo,
the II u 1 1 c t i n contest man
He Is given u good record by his
employers, who say ho Is so indus
trious that he takes no time from his
regular work to secure travel votes.
There Is no question that this ac
counts for his piesent low standing
us he has many fi lends who would
gladly n Id him If ho was to steadily
solicit their support A.irlng tlm re
mainder of the contest time.
it a ts u a :: a a s a :: :i tt it u
New Rate Decided Upon By In-ter-lsand
Fifty dollars for n rouniM!awnll
cruise. Including all expenses with
visits to Kllauea and Halcakala and
tho (lariten Ild Is what the new In
formation bureau Is going to offer lo
tourists and homo people this in
place of the present rate of $S7 HO
charged for tho kuiiio scnlrn
Tho Inter-lslnnd Steam Navigation
t'ompaio after maintaining Its pas
scngur rates for moie than half a
century has concluded lo accede lo
the request of tho Territorial Tram-
portatlon Conimlttoo and the l rail and
Mountain Club and mako reduction.!
that will tempi tho tourist from ov
ery part of the rucine lo come u
cruising in Hawaii waters President
Kennedy made tho announcement
Four years ago Aloxuiidcr Hume
t.-.iwl ii. nnnralnrv flf Mm T.trrlltirl.tl
Transportation Committee, began col-ldUrinQ the COntest.
lectlug woriu-witia uaia on water:
passenger rntcs in other waters than I , . ..... ....
those aliont Hawaii, this data was Islands to meet at the former II u 1 1 e
fllfil with tho Intcr-Uland Company " n offices on King street nt quarter
rrom time to lime and some months W' "vo tomorrow afternoon. If there
ago a committee ot W O Smith. A. "' ,' hundred wishing to niukii u
I-ewls Jr. and Cecil Iliown was np- week-end trip tho cost to each Includ
poluted by tho llonid of Dliectois of '"B u day on Kuul or Muni w II be H
tho Inter-Island Companj to pass on The- object of the smaller trips Is to
this data and grant If It saw proper ,ra "1M" "ngt-r men to tho work
the request for Ihu $2500 Hawaiian "' knowing the Islands so that, as In
cruise, which would Include a stop Australia and New Zealand, a body ot
ho t ltd I off at Maul, one on Huwnll and u side '" "'" ",w "l "oso P'ou.iesi
trip to Knual. Not onl has this "oast t Is that they know every Inch
t ' " ,,f il,.l- nil-.. n.iiiilfiii I I., friim lliaan
commltteo approved the J25 00 cruise ".' "u,,r """ """. .....
ruto but It Is going further and will Hint the army of guides bo valuable
In nil probability make a legular re- to tho over sens tourist Is recruited
durtlon In tho loiiml trip ruto from , President Kennedy s heartily In
Honolulu to HHo, based piohahly on fnwir of the committee s work and Is
11... rc.irni.ran i.lnil of rli.-irelnif fnr ""10 of S best Illlll most effectlVO
transixjrtatlou separately from meals hooitcrs.
and berth accommodation
1'liu Volcnno Stables and tho Volcano
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
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,
3 Months' " 2.00
G Months " 4.00
1 Year's " 8.00
2 Yoars" " l00
3 Years' " 24 00
D Yeurs' " $10 00
l'rlce of Weekly Hulletln.
1 Year's Subscription 1.0&
C Years' " 6-W
YOTI'S ISSUKD OX
SulmcrlptloiiH to Ktenlug llullelln.
One month 250 3S0
Three months 450 C50
Six monthB 1,000 1,200
One year 2,400 3,000
Two years 5,000 7,000
Three years 9,200 11,000
Five years 21,000 SO.tXiO
.Sulmerlplliius lo Weekly Hallclln.
Ono year 250 350
Five years 1.500 2,000
Only Fifty Left Out of Fifteen
Hundred That Came On
S. S. Orteric.
Fourteen hundred Immigrants out of
the number tluit iirrlvtd on the Or-
terle hiivo been sent out to Island pluii
tatlons, mid tho Territorial Hoard of
JmiiilKrutlou has probably established u
neoiil In bundling laborers mining to
tlm Islands tu work.
Iktvveen April l!i mid May 2 the in
tiro shipload, with the exception of
two families that ure held tweuiise Ihero
Hire sick chlldieii In them on ai rival
Ii.ih been limnlliil mit scuttiriil iimimg
four Islands Ouliii, .Maul, Hawaii anil
Had It not been for the iiiiaruiitlnlng
of the ship hern nil uciiuilit of nllcuen
seal let fever epIiUnllc iimuiig the elill
drill, thu tmiiilgruntM would haeleii
baudleil In half the time, for Instead
of Kitting them from quarantine In
u.itif.fl.1 ftm ll.i'it-il of fmmlirriitlmi finilil
liavii taken tho wliolu shlploud iisliiirH1, advisory
ami sent them out to tho other Islands
iih fust as the smaller kteumers
About lirty lieople uri left III Ho
nolulu now, nil of the others having
bien sent uvvuy, a number going Toes
COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE
House will meet the Ititer-lsliuul re- LWATIVE DUO.MO-QUININK. re
ductlon and hnvo promised transisir- ,,,. .u.. tt i ,i n
tatlou and hotel rules In connection n"vi'. the cause. Used the world over
with tho 25 cruise ticket that will to curo a co''1 ln one Jay. U. W.
make It itosslblo for th6 Itolitpr of ono GROVE'S signature on each box. Madil
of these tickets to purchase .for ten oj
dollars n couiion thai will entltlu him
to visit Kllauea and spenil a day at
tho Volcano Houre. Manager Held
of tho Maui Hotel VIII add another
coiikiu to the crulae.itlcliet, for fif
teen dollars thnt wlll'elitllle'tho hold
er to a day at his hotel nnd a tilp
to Hufeakulu and return with n guide
ami horses. Thu new Information
bureau wll begin negotiations at once
with Kauai looking townid u most
tempting across ','tho garden Islau I"
auto rate that will tempt tho cruis
ers to Include Kauai in their Itiner
ary. Tho Territorial Transportation
Committee, now tho l'an-l'nclflr Tou
rist lHireau. has been urging tho $25
cruise rule for years. This commit
tee of which flovurnor Frear Is chalr
man, lias for Its members It. 11 Trent.
i:. A. Mott-Smlth. U A. Thurston. J
I Cooke A. II. Ford and lately Oeo.
II. Fnlrchltd of Kauai was added to
represent the (l.irden Island. From
Uils commltteo sprnng, with tho ns
Blstancoof V. It. Castln ami Or
Scudder, Tho Trail and Mountain
Club, with the cooperation of C II
Stanton, The 100 000 Club. Tho Hands
At omul tho I'acltlc Club, began ns an
committee ot me commit
tee, and the Civic Federation has
I'lnditi"-'1'" recently galvanized Into new
nro oy ineiniiers oi ine commmeo
It Is these sevuial organizations
that have lomhlued tn suiiiiort and
conduct tho new Information bureau
MlvKlS MEDICINK CO. Siint Luua U. 3. .
IIIMI lllll HHIM.HI.H- 1
,-g1 Hlmniwl lfcm.HMin.1 1
itnv fin the Manna IveiL In llnunll
nu and Wnlalim pliintiitloiis on this for outdoor ptomiitluii work with W
Island took ubmit ono hundred rnch.iA. Hrynn of the College of Ilnwall ul
many of theso being KmiiI.iii1h. Tho
outside Islands got about twelve han
dled Tho members of the Hoard of Immi
gration think that tlm Immigrants
bruught by tho Orterlo will bo very
vuliiablo laborers. Nearly nil are from
the mountainous nnd agricultural dis
tricts of Hpuln nnd Portugal, used to
outdoor life, simple fare nnd hard
work. They were remarkably easy to
TOKYO. April 23. Two C'ullforl i bundle und nlmost without exception
nluns named Itlchardsou and Fletcher j were anxious to get to work nt once.
were urrested Frlduy for photograph- '"' "l w"nl " ""'1' ana sen no-
$3 up to $12 ,
lug tho Mulrurii liuvul station from
the deck of a steamship whllo enter- I
ing tho poit. Tho accused men in
sisted they had no ulterior motive,
but the fact that both were poorly
dressed and that they possessed only
12 yen ($G) between them helped lo
strengthen tho suspicion against
them. The men mo being detained
notiilu, but asked for tickets to thu
plantations, gathered up their luggugo
and wero taken to the steamer.
CONTESTANT IN EVENINQ BULLETIN
Fill In name and addreas of your fsvorlte candidate
and tend to the Bulletin Contest Department.
(Not rjood alter Thursday, May 18)
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
DR. T. FELIX GOUKAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIF1ER
Kimovec Tin. Ptrupl,
tTtfUtet, Uitb V.tclif,
tth, MUil bklel DlaraMt,
y"V Mil 9Y9TJ DltlUltl.
yA on Ututr. nil tit
foil B" dittclina. Il
llaMttwOa lilt UI1
tt at vcir. Kiiii
t i brmli wt
U prow-flf watl
Idt tf lllulll
littu. Dr. L. A
fteirr k&ld to
ltd; ' ttit bfcul.
ton tft JiMltfilK
"A you 14 it
will um tbrtn.
3iiutautla ranmait th Ifftrt barniful of ftll Ibt
tiia prf nrfcllon - t or Ml by tall drugf lU ind incr
Uoodi lfli In tn I'tttcd bui, Cbd tnd Earoc,
UHD.T. HOPKINS, Prop, 37 Great Jones Street, NcwYorL
KM? B9&2i A
5 3 y v KJ
ELECTRIC CABINET BATHS WITH
A natural method of recovery from
bodily dltordera ladles and nentlemen.
Phone 2467 or call at 176 S. King 8t.
BARON dCHOOL OF PHYSICAL
Its head. Three years ago the Ter
ritorial Transportation commltteo so
cured thu first reduction In Han
Frnnclscu-Ilonolulu rates, and later
captured the (leucial Muuuvcr of tho
Australian line and kept him ashoru
ut a lunch In an auto until lie agreed
to a reduction on tho Vancouver-llo-noliilii
rate It called thu first l'nn
I'uclflc Tom 1st Ilureuu Congress and
issued, ut the request of tho Cauu-dlau-l'aclllc
Hallway tho only book
let published on the boarding house I
of Honolulu, wllh splendidly grant
ing icsttlts tu tho hoarding houses
and numbers ot nialnlunderB of mod
New Offices to Open.
The Territorial TruusiKirtutlon Com
mltteo having practically sunk Its
Identity In thu new Information bu
reau that will open up for business'
In the offices on King street vacate 1
by thu II ii Hot I li, on tho return of
W A. Hrynn from I.aysun Island, will
nld In the plan to have tho Island
cruise tickets advertised and placed
on sulo throughout America and
around thu I'uclllc In connection with
trans-continental railway and trans-
oceun steamship tickets, Tho Gov
ernment Tourist llui cans of Australia
nld Kew 'Zealand will aid In this and
the Australasian Steamship compan
ies will mako u combination Sydney
llouoliilu crulbu ruto to tempt tho
Australians to turn their eyes toward
Hawaii bb well us towurd Ceylon,
which is eijually distant from thoui,
us u vocation placo for a month's
rest Tho ruto to Coylon and rotiirn
from Ceylon is $200.00, It Is prob
ublo that this rato from Hyiluey to
Hawaii Including tho Inter-Island
cruise may ho offered before long to
our friends Hotitn oi ino line.
Tho new Inhumation bureau in
vites those Intoieated In Its plan for
.holiday week-end trips to , tho other
Coyne Furniture Co.
YOUR CREDIT IS QOOD
Rugs & Draperies
J. tlopp & Co.. Ltd.
Booke formerly publlthed at 11.50
8EE OUR WINDOW DISPLAYI
Brown & Lyon Co.,
$700 In Prizes
For Organization Effort
A 00 STARR PIANO, a $100 CDISON AMBRROLA PHO
NOGRAPH, and a FURNITURE ORDER on J. Hopp & Co. are
to be prstented by the BULLETIN to organizations at the dole
of the TEN-TRIP TRAVEL CONTEST.
The Organization having the molt Preferfnee Votes teeure
choice In the following manner: The organization getting the
moit votes will have firet choice; the order with the tecond
tilghett number will get second choice, and the order itjnding
in third place will get the final pnzo choice.
Preference votes are a duplicate of thote Issued for travel
Nominationi may be made at any time during the content.
Learn what organization you belong to is a candidate, and
then be loyal. All that It nececeary it to subscribe lor or renew
your subscription to the BULLETIN. You get the best paper In
Hawaii at the regular price, and aid both your trip aspirant
friend and your organization.
Special Extra Premium for Organizations
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Street, opposite Young Hotel
P. O, Vox 840 Phone 3093
STARR PIANO ffig p $400
STYLE "A." Height, A feet C Inches
Width, 5 feet 6 Inches
Depth, 2 feet 3 Inches
Ornamental and Useful
in any Meeting Place
From THAYER PIANO CO.'S STOCK. On display
in tneir More on noiei Mreei
Third Preference Premium
$100 Furniture Order On
J. Hopp & Co.
Something of face value to every orrjanlzatlon.
The organization receiving the third highest number of votes 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 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 tome purchaser and
the fund used for a music, building or library fund, If the organization c.
curln git has no no d for the furniture.
I Vote for Organization Contestant
In Evening Bulletin
Ten Tx'ip Travel Contest
(This Coupon Is not good after Thursday, May 18)
Fill in name of your favorite organization candidate nnd send
to the Bulletin Contest Department.
Inv i od'
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