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alloted In Equal Blocks
EVADES CHINESE SLAVERY-
LIGHT VOTE DUE TO
MAY PRIZE OFFER
Eagles Had Sympathetic Feeling With Peterson, Heavy Trip
Voter anil Go Up to Third Place.
Tlnllollur; 111 niiinl blockH wiih tin
onli'i of tin trawl conteKtnnts in tlio
limt Iwn cl.iyn or ol I nt;. Willi (ino or
two iroitliiiiH tlio riindhlntcs In near
i i'niiiictlllnn In farh other cunt
about the Hnmn liuiiihnr, tills varying
f i (Hi) one tn rIx thuu.tniiil Miles.
1'l'llTMlll til Sl'Cllllll.
1'plcrKiiii of tlio Ttlp ContostntitB
wii'i il- lu'uy Mitnr, lie putting In
won' than Hlxtoon thuiiBulid. Tlio IiIk
lilni'li or lialliitN won lilin hcooiiiI plan'
' Inn he weakened IiIh opportunity In
wine olio of the iu7p,h on .May 27th
Juki Hint iiiiii'Ii.
n nt M:i) I'rlc..
Till' lll'lllll til RCt olio of Iho VIllO
Inui'Usi' prUi'.s wiim tin' ii'iisim that
kepi many of tlio caudldalex frmii vot
IHK ht'iiWIy W'.storduy. Tlio IoIiiIh of
i onle pl.intH toilay will ho dciluctt'd
1 1 mil th.it kiiIiioiI by tlio ul Ink on
Saturday May 27lli, ninl tlio two iiliowu
to lunr Instill! tlio Kri'ali'.st Milo lll-
ii on i' will rpI (ho two liionatitlli!
oidern fur ?:!." ninl SI.',
'I ho llnal llnotip aftor (ho coimt yen.
loiilay ponlriK Hliimcd that MuTighn
h nl lii'lil hhi lend omt rioi'iiH liy only
n low hiiiiilroil MiloH iiIIIhiiikIi tlio Int
ti r hail tonic up Hit' lino a point or
tun Mm I.ouIh nihli'il In her total
i iiuuuli In i;Im! hor a ileal hiimlioil
tliiHiMinil ti'iiil ouir any olhor canill
il.iio Oilier roiiti'MtanlK ahoM' (ho
tup lino nialiilalnoil tholr former
Shift Hi low I, Inc.
Ih'Iiiw tin lino MIks lliirloin ami
Ml-.-. l''ol(or hhirtcil placed. Iho M.uil
!. ill tailing tho loail by hci-iiiIiik (ho
v inlaiie position lit eloeiilh plaic.
..mil's (Jo 'i.
Tho I.'.ikIph hail a aymp.ilhy frollnu
with IVloi-Hon of tho tiippci'H, they
li.niiij; wist a wite almost liloiilli'al
wii'i his. Second place w.ih win i
In ihr voto. tin St. Illlitbeth Moiiior
l.il ciiuiih going iliran a point :ih a
le-tili Tho rest of,, tin- ornaiilatloii
i.iiiillil.iti s oast miIoh In v.ihIiik pio
,.ni Huns, from Iho K.uns at Hlxtv
thousand, ilnnn to Iho nnt-H with c-lc-i'ii
iiiiiiRiiml to i'h lr . roillt
Tho llnal doslui; dale for tlio
i: c n I li e; 11 n 1 1 " i ' n iloiililo expan
sion M-ar iil.iuu anil I rip, contoa ban
birn il"flllt'rl ilPlnrmlii' il upon Tlio
rnnlcst for tlio both Iho trlpn anil
tho (irentilrnlliiii prl7.os will rloso nl
I'iuht o'clock Satinday i-icnlm; .limo
illli. Thla inoani that only six weeks
are loft In whlrli to rarn oho of tlio
trlpi offered for Imllvbliials or out
of iho pmmtnnis for orgaulzatloni.
Slnro tho first count, Iho iiumct of
nil Iho camlhlnlCB linvo lint been
prlnlocl ilally ns was Iho cvolioforo.
It Is not likely that (boy over will
nRnlii but tlio mmim am tint wllh
ilrnwn from Iho conlost All nro still
ollcllilo ami an mioii ns vntos aro
cast fnr tiny of llioni Ihoy will aii
Iioar In Iho lint villi tho olhor voto
KPttPra. Hnt fipac.0 h ton IIiiiIIpiI Id
permit tlit ilally piiliMshlnn of tin
Inui; list of linmlnatloiiH. To Rot jnfir
iiamo publlslipil ninl to apcnr iih an
acllvo camllilalo, all that lu iicoes
sary Is koikI In voIph.
How Votes Are Issued.
I'vory copy of tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n will
contain a coiiikiu, whlrli, wliou jno
poily fllloil out. will I'lillllo Iho bolilof
In miIoh of (ho number upoollloil.
VoloR aro also Issued on paid siib
KPrlplloiiB In tlio 10 von Inn Hullo-
1 1 n lu pioportiou In the k'UKth nf
tlmo surli siihrrlitlnim aio paid In
nccorilanco with tho schedule nppoar-
Nominations at any Time.
' Tlio nnniliiallon coupon will not bo
run dally any longer but Ibis ilnci
not mean Hint luiinlualloun can not
Bt 111 bo sent In. Nominations of or-
K.inls'allim or trip rainlhtaios can 3
maili nl mi) tlmo durliiK Iho con-
tosl. I-i t) i tlmo to tlmo tho unmln
:it liifT ci)iiuu will appear In Iho pn
pnr. but If It docs not apiicnr at Iho
tlmo when miii waul Iho blank, wrlto
nut tho naino, nililii'HH. mill iiccuiia
lion in a plce of piper nud hoiiiI I')
us; It will count for tho nnou liumln
nlliiK oies as If on n regular con
pun. Names of candldalCH when flrRt
iiomlnaled will bo printed for onol
time nnd ilien not nRaln until they
receive voles at sonio count.
Hubrcrlbers sending In payments to
Iho II il Hot In must always men
tion tho name of tho Individual trip
conlestnnt and the nrganlzntlnn enn
ti'Htniit, thoy wb.li to volo for, ns all
ballots nro filled nut before leavluK
nlllco. You can hold back tho bal
lots as long ns you wish. Always
stnlo wlu'ther you want tho voles
cast nr letiirncd In yna.
Hvery siibscripllon payment made
nn or since March "Sth entitles tlio
payor to voles for n trip contestant.
livery payment made nn or since
April 27th entitles tho payer lo Mites
for both n tilp conlestnnt "nnd tin
organization contestant. Present re
ceipts nnd votes will be Issued.
Iteinoniber ynu get two sets of
Mites If j nu juiy or hnvo paid ynur
ymir siibscrlplUm since April 27tb:
om for n trip candidate, nnd numb
er fnr mi "nrKnnlriillun cnmlldnlo. An
oi'tial numlior of voles ns given lu
tho standing Mite schedule aro Issu
ed for both.
Kci your paper coupons for trip
and organization candidates separate
nnd do not roll tho Miles. Send them
In. In envelopes with I In nainoof tliu
candidate and tho number of otei
they contain written on tho front
This will Inilp lo make counts accur
ate and prompt, and permit jnn to
estimate wbut collect lolul should
be in uihanco.
l'rlci of Dicnlng llnlli'll.l.
v 1 Monte'ii Subscription .
a Years' "
ft Years' ' "
I'rlrt- of Wi'iVly llullitlii.
1 Year's Hubscrlptloii $ 1.00
D Years' " J COO
VOIXS IS'SUIID OX
SiiborrlplliiiiH In i:i'iilug llulli'lln.
Ono month 2S0
Three mouths 4K0
SU mouths 1,000
Ono year 2.400
Two years d.OOO
Tlireo years fl.aon
Tho ycaiii .... ..."!4.HH0
Siiliscrlplliiiis In Ncrkl-f lliillillii.
Ono year 2.'0 330
KIvo years 1J10O 2.000
J 4 00
Life Story of Former Slave Girl, Nov; Trip Contestant, Care
Taker of Children and Central Grammar School Student
Wants Trip for Educational Purposes.
Stolen from her parents In China,
when only eight years of nge, and
sold Into slavery to bo brought to
Hawaii, was the tragic life beginning
of Miss Mabel Wong, u young Chinese
girl who is one of the Ilulletins
smiling and hustling trip contestants
To see her now, us the happy care
taker of children or ns the ambitious I
worker for an educational trip, or ns
ii scholar In tho Central (Inimuuir
Hchool, makes the early part of hi r
life seem like tho Imagination of some'
fetorr-il hrnln. In tho few yoais that
she has had an opportunity to study
she bus made rapid progress, nnd to- .
day sho speaks Kngllsli with almost .
tho fluency of one to whom It Is the
Sonio years nftur being drought to !
Ilavalt she escnped from the family
who had purchased her. Of this part I
of her life sho says very title, and
that only n statement that theyuero'
very unkind to her und rorcoil In r tn
do all the urdtious work of the houxe
bold. With tho trim philosophy of
ono who trys to forget nnd foigivo
those by whom wronged, nnd will) an
appealing expression, sho says:
"Tliu shadows of my life I want to
pass quickly "over, mid think mine of
the pleasuro lights that have In on
lulno for tho past few years "
She was foiirteoii years of ago when
alit. uui'it liml fc.llt lull IITn .if .1 rit.lmi..r
.1 i.i . i i I . iii.i ",.; It scons
.lull ill million miiiitinh iiiiiit i.iikiiiii
it tho tlmu, shu managed to make
known that she would llku to bo sent
to the tllrls' Industrial Homo, wheie
sho would be protected from her for
mer master. In her own words sho
"It was the llrst real liomii I ever
bad. The teachers mid matrons won
lery kind to me. They tuught me to
i.hw and many oilier useful accom
plishments of American girls.
"On leaving tho homo, the mall on
found me a home wlero I could go
to (Jchool. In this new homo I man
aged tu do u I lit lu rmicywork. and
with the money I earned I paid lay
way through school. I have iliiiiii
'well, I think, und especially now that
I am In the home of Mr. Samuel (I
Wilder, 1 have only euro of thcihll
ilreii, which I enJoiinl nm alloHed
tn continue iny studlcn tit the Central
tlrnmmiir School, where I ,11111 In the
FOR TRIP CONTr.flTANT IN r.VrNINO BULLETIN
THN'THir TRAVEL CONTHOT
Nam .' 1
Fill In name and address of your favorite candidate
and tend to the Bulletin Contest Department.
(Not flood alter Thursday, May 18)
TRAVEL TRIP CONTEST CANDIDATES
MISS NELLIE WONG,
Who Wants California Trip.
Mrs. E. H. Lewis Honolulu
Wm. L. Peterson, Notary Public Honolulu
Manuel Peters, Messenger Service . Honolulu
Wm, MeTlnhe, Bookkeeper Honolulu
J. E. Goeas (at Levy & Co.) Honolulu
Mies Nellie C. Wong, Student Honolulu
Wm. F. Desha, Student Honolulu
John K. Fern, Conductor Honolulu '10,007
John Lelte, Student Paukaa, HHo 37,790
Mrs. H. S. Overend, Teacher Ilonokaa 29.3!0
Miss Matilda Burletn, Bookkeeper. . .Walluku
Miss Edith Fetter, High School Illlo
every dlgnillpd nnd honest means, and
that 11 trip to the Coast
would not only ho a wondei fill pleas
ure, hut also equal tu many mouths
of study I am lerlaili that event
ually it would help 1110 in school and
"To every ono who assists, I will
try und show iny deep appreciation
of their kindness."
Miss Wong is an enllnuil.istlc wurk
er for tho phmo prize for tho Kt
i:il7aheth eliiirrli or l'.ilamu, for which
she Is casting all her preference
. . Pauoj
. . Walmea
Tri-weekly counts aro made on Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday. The re
sults of there counts are published on
Monday, Wodncsday and Friday. The
weekly issue on Tuesdays contains the
"Aiy itcslro lor ono or tne 11 m le-1 result of the Monday count. Ballots in
tin's California trips Is founded on (tended for these counts should be in
educational longing I have always 'the Bulletin office by 4 o'clock of
u union 10 increase iny euucaiion 11 tlio day the count is made.
FOR FIFTEEN DAYS' WORK
STII1Z1 MORE PR.IZES FOR VOTE-GETTERS
In order to induce extra eltort tin ring the next two weeks, fifty dollars are to be divided among the two travel contestants who receive the
most votes .
From Thursday Morning, May 11,
to Saturday Evening, May 27th
The orders will be awarded in the following manner!
Mercantllo order will be given to the travel candidate who casta tho
most votes in the specified time.
Mercantile order will go to the travel candidate who receives tha sec
ond largest amount of votes during time of offer.
NAVY OFFICERS TO
PAY CUSTOMS DUTIES
Time-Honored Perquisite Cut
Off by Secretary at One
N.iMit niricers coming from tho Ori
ent tell of u new regulation that has
gone lulu force Monetary of the
Nuy Meer has cut off ono of tliu
thne-liotiored pbniulsltos that olllcers
IniM' cnjojcil since the foundation of
Naval linkers have keen allowed to
bring large iiuautltles jof dutiable
goods of till sorts Into tho country
without paying duty. After Oriental
und Kuropuun cruises they have usual
ly brought to their wives, daughters
or sweethearts many presents which
cost them a trlllo us lompnrecl with
wbut would be paid In Ahierlcn.
Olllcers nn Incoming warships nro
now ordered to have all dutiable
goods over tho $luo valuation allowed
to all Americans ready for tliu In
spection of tho customs olllcers, mid i
tho Sociel.iry of the Treasury has no
tllled his ugeuts not tu examine, any
perKulial baggage other than that
designated us dultablu by the officer
III command of tho ship
Geo. Sims, Collector
Mrs. Chat. Akau
Mlr.i Kate Woodard, Merchant..
D. K. Sheldon
Miss Isabel Kelley, Teacher ....
Miss Ellen Daniels, Clerk Kahulul ..
C. D. Qulnn, Mlllman Kohala ...
Toshlro Kurltanl Honomu ..
Kid Peanuts, Amateur Actor Honolulu .
T. B. Lyons Wnlluku .
John T. Rodrlcjurs, Apprentice Honolulu .
Martin Neuman, P. O. Clerk Honolulu .
Fred O'Brien, Bookkeeper Kohala ..
Miss Mollle Thomas ...Illlo
Miss Alleen Gorman Honolulu .
David B. Silva , Honolulu .
Capt. Bal, Water Woiks Dept Walluku .
Frederick L. Zoller Koloa
I A. S. Robertson, Clerk Honolulu .
Harry Hapal, Water Works Clerk. ..HHo
Miss Mary Hastie, Teacher .....Hanapepe
John Wise, Senate Clerk ....: Honolulu
Bert de La Nux, Mch. Apprentice.... Honolulu
Miss Annie Tyau Honolulu
Miss Carolyn Schottz, Teacher Walluku .
Mrs. C. L. Dickenson, Millinery Honolulu
I Miss Irene Katai, Student ....i Kilo
Eugene Capellas Hakalau .
Miss Elsie Alama, Student Honolulu
Geo, Dwlght, Clerk Honolulu '
Miss Eva Gonsalves Honolulu
I Miss Elliabeth Ting Walluku .
Wm. Hala. Student Hana ....
Harold Godfrey, Student Honolulu
Bertha Kau Kapaa ...
James 8. Achong Nahlku ..
Miss Louise de Harne Kohala ..
Mrs. L. Train, Teacher Hana
Mrs. Dick Lyman Hllo
Miss Mary Kamaka Honolulu
S. R. Thompson Honolulu
W. C. Chan, Jr. Honolulu
Miss Mary Kauhane Lahalna .
Joe Morris, Jr Makawao
Geo. Nlcol, Hoseman Honolulu
Miss Isabella Koomoa Keauhou
Miss Julia Alona, Stenographer Hllo
W. Ross Hakalau .
' 0 03S
An Equal Opportunity for Every Entrant
The reward in for vote increase and not for some particular standing. This gives an equal chance lo everyonu to secure tne mercantile orders.
Subtract Two Totals To Ascertain Vote Inorease
Tho winneroifvill be determined by taking the total of every candidate on Thursday morning, May 11, and subtracting It from the total se
cured by the count of ballots on Saturday evening, May 27.
Tile two candidates shown to have mado the greatest vote increase will be the winners. ,
It does not matter what your present standing Is. You have juit as good a chance to win one of theie orders as any other candidate. The
reward is for the work you do in tho next two weeks. Why not try and tecure one of these orders, which will go a long way toward providing you
with suitable traveling apparel for this summer's trip?
It means increased voto totals, and that much more chance of earning n California trip, even though you do not win one of the prizes.
There is no need to think it over. Start trying right away. , t
Remember! Vole3 cast, and not voles Issued, decide the winners. J ? JL-iWH.
The mercantile orders will lie on stores advertised In Ihe Bulletin. ', " " 5 " ff V
FREE FOUNTAIN PENS
In addition to these prirci, lno Bui lot in will give an Onoto fountain pen lo every candidate for the first five new three-month dally sub
scriptions turned in during the time of tho above olfer.
Tho Onoto is a dandy pen. Ask any candid.ito who received one before.
PREFERENCE PREMIUM CANDIDATES
Kamehameha Alumni Honolulu 00,321
Red" Men Honolulu 33,931
Traternal Order of Eagles Honolulu 33,070
St. Louis College Honolulu 32,110
St. Elizabeth Memorial Church P.ilnma 21,791
Militia Company D Hllo 17,555
Japanese Y. M. C. A Honomu ft,80S
Young Men's Institute Honolulu 13,020
Central Grammar School .. Honolulu . 11,231
Rapid Transit Benefit Association... Honolulu '. 11,003
Puunene Social Club Puunene 11,000
Quon Yal Society Honolulu 11,033
Royal School Alumni Honolulu 10,268
Kealla Club Kealla 7,-tOO
Lihue Plantation Club Llhue 7,000
Halll Church Hllo 0,005
Lellehua Social Hall Schofleld Barracks 0,000
Central Union Church .Honolulu 5,000
Alexander Baldwin Gymnasium.... Walluku 0000
Order of Eastern Star Honolulu
arc Issued for every club
of three old or three new daily
yearly subscriptions. As many
I bonus vote coupons will be is-
' piint no pnlifni.!nlinn nlnhn nn
OUUU HO DUUDUI lMIUII OHIUO til U
secured. The three old or
three new daily yearly sub-!
scriptions must be turned in
during some single contest,
SEVENTH CONTEST WEEK
FKOM 8 A. M. TUESDAY,
MAY 9, TO 5 P.M. I
MONDAY, MAY 15. I
This is a standing continu
ous club offer that will be re
nnwntl from week to week.
during thc.nontcst. mMEmssmmmMmmMmmmmii
I Vote forOrganizationContestant
In Evening Bulletin
Ten Trip Travel Contest
Organlxation . . ...
(This Coupon Is not good alter Thursday, May 18)
Till In name of your favorite organization candidate nnd send
to the Bulletin Con'erl Onpartinunt.