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PITCH IN NOW
MISSION WORKERS WANT PIANO
Steady Worker Makes More
Substantial Success Than
' It Is pftBt tho middle of the contest
how, and this Is tho 1 1 mo Hint the
contestants who linvo not ilono much,
arc doing their hardest work.
They nro keeping hnrd nfter tho
v'olo coupons, but they nre doing their
best nt gottlng Hiibscrlptlnns.
t Almost any contestant can make n
big gain, now by gottlng a few mill
"This lo also tho period when tho
daggers aro dropping out, and thoso
"who will mako a llttlo spurt now will
get up among the winners.
" Almost anybody ran make a good
showing at tho beginning of any
Vork, but tho winners will bo those
who hang on until tho end of tho
If you havo not dono. as well ns you
think you should, pitch In now and
pull up to the top.
Co Over Old Territory Agajnj
' Go out and work over, Rorno old
territory again nnd see If tho work
you did In tho first few days doos not
show sonio returns now.
'"You may havo mot sonio peoplo
'who seemed willing to help you, but
FOn TRIP CONTESTANT IN EVENING BULLETIN
TEN.THIP TRAVEL CONTEST
Fill In nam and address of your favorite candidal
and send to Mi Bulletin ConUit Department.
.. , (Not good after. Thursday, June 1)
were not quite ready to or nblo to
when you called tho first time.
Drop around again and seo these
People. Thoy, will probably remem
ber you 'nnd may bo ready to give you
a rcnownf now.
Keeping ovcrlastlng at It Is bound
to win In tho, end.
You don't havo to bo especially
brilliant nt anything to make a suc
cess nt it if you will keep at It and
keep "plugging awny."
It is tho steady plodder rather thali
tho sensational performer who makes
a substantial .success. '
Tho sky 'rocket goes up with n
great deal of nolso and flash of brll
llantflrc but- tho stick comes down.
Comets appear In all walks of llfo
every yonr somo write a groat story
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I Vote forOrganizationContestant
. r In Evening Bulletin
Ten Trip Travel Contest
(Thie Coupon la not good after Thursday, June 1)
Fill In nam of your favorite organisation oandldat and send
to the Bulletin ConUst Department.
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and aro never heard of again.
some produce a rcmarkame poem
or a flno picture, and then they seem
to burn out and aro forgotten.
nut Ihn mnn whn tlevnlnnfl slnwlv.
going along from success to success,
with now and then a failure to keep
him from gettlnsr too self-confident.
nnlxhcs ns n treat man.
That's tho way It will be, probably,
w th many in this coniesi.
rrlce ol Etenlng Bulletin.
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St Elizabeth Memorial Church and School, King Street, Palama, which wants the Starr Piano.
Willing workers fpr St. Kllzabcth'a
Memorial .Church aro doing in tho
piano contest what almost every mem
ber has qlways done for the St. Eliz
abeth's Mlnsipn. They have wanted
now bulldngs nnd land upon which
to build and they have found a way
to supply their needs ever slnco Uie
founding ot tho mission In 1902.
Now they want a piano; they know
of the ncd long before the announce
ment ot the piano contest by the Bul
letin but other mutters directed
their resources to the purchaso of
things that seemed In moro Imminent
need. But tho offer of n piano to n
church or nny other kind ot nn or
ganization that secured the most
preference votes seemed a fortuitous
opportunity to secure the long-wanted
musical Instrument Kven though not
fortunato enough to get the first
prize, .the Edison phonograph would
bo suitable to tho needs of tho church i
Miss Nellie Wong entered as a
travel entrant in the 11 u 1 1 o I n trav
el contest, saw the possibility of so-1
curing not only a trip for herself but
also ,one of tho valuable prizes for
tho church. She and hor workers
convinced tho doubting members nnd
now nil aro dally striving to gather
enough votes to carry the piano to.
immuilt luioniuii, wjivru n vrumu uu
so much appreciated.
St. Elizabeth's Church Is a memor
ial-to tho wife of thq late W. A. Proc
ter of the world known firm, Procter
& Onmble, the Ivory soap manufac
turers. The following extracts from the
February number ot tbo Hawaiian
Church Chronicle gives nn explana
tion of, tho work, In scope and kind,'
ss, carried on nt the ,Bt, Elizabeth
"From tho founding of tho Mission
In a llttlo rented houso nu llobcllo
Lane shortly after tbo arrival of lilsh-
np Itcstarick In 1902, by Deaconess (
Drunt, It has grown so rapidly that il i
has only hcon through tho interest of
Mr. Procter and his children that St.
Elizabeth's has nt all been nblo to '
copo with tho needs of Its growth. In
1901 Mr. Procter bought tho land on
which tho present Mission buildings
stand and erected tbo , Settlement
House, Church nnd Parsonage. Later
another lot was purchased by Mr.
I'rocior on run iine nnu mo rrocier
Lodge, a boarding houso for single
men, was erected.
"While there have always been lla
wallans nnd peoplo ot other races con
nected with St. Elizabeth's, yet tho
majority of those receiving ministra
tions havp been Chinese
"SL..' Elizabeth's tins nn organized
congregation ot men and women; n
vested choir of men and boys; a Wo
mnn's (lulld nnd a guild for young
girls, a junior and senior chapter of
tho llrothcrliood of St. Andrew, nil do
ing excellent service.
"At St. Elizabeth's Houso thoro in
conducted n day school for Chinese
girls In tho forenoon and in tho after
noon ii mixed school of boys mid girls,
nt which only Chinese Ib taught. Dur
ing the evenings of tho week the
Bcliool rooms aro filled with the
classes of the night school for men
unci boys who have no other oppor
tunity of gottlng nn education."
Placards urging the workers in tho
Brooklyn navy yard to boycott Ibo
restaurant which .Miss Anno Morgan.
daughter of J. P. Morgan, recently
I established there, appeared In tho
,nayy yard recently.
Organizations Awake to Vote Offer
$400 Starr Piano; $200 Edison Amberola Phonograph; $100 Furniture Order
Are Prizes Worth' Working For
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Your Organization Wants One of These Prizes
s How About You ? Have You Done Your Part ?
Subscribe for the Bulletin before Saturday, May 27
and you will get
Ten Times the Usual Amount ot Votes
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