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One Month More Of Contest
Three More Days Of
Organization Vote Offer
The Boy and
Witch. Witch. Iion't
You Know Met"
A man wante.d a
Camera so badly that he stole one
Tli at was risky j (or lis was cauglit and jailed In San Fran
cisco. Don't lot this deter you from dotting a GHAFLEXj but It'a
batter to buy It ths regular way.
COMPLETE ASSORTMENT AT
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.,
The Busy Candidates Today Will Be Still Busy Saturday,
June 24th, But Joyous and Successful After the Final
But It's Hot
Of course it is, and it'll STAY l
But there's no reason why YOU
will make things, lovely.
ORDER A CASE
On Building a Small
Business with little
Many a so-called "hole in tho wall" has later cropped out Into space as a
sky scraper! Push, courage, economy, advertising -that's the secret. Our
little Want Ads tell many such stotles. Better advertise in a small way than
not at all. A few pennies will start you on our Classified page. But start
and keep it up.
Read and Answer
Today's Want Ads.
Tho next count of ballots In tho
II ii I loll n'8 iloubto piano iiml travel
contest will bo inailo on Saturday nf
torrioon directly nftcr 4 o'clock. This
will bo tho count thnt will dccldo
which two candidates win tho fifty
dollars that Is being given for tho
greatest volo Increase between May
1 1 tit mid May litlli. Tho standing or
tho cnmlhlntCH with tho names of
those winning tho prized will ho pub
lished on Monday.
tine .Month .More.
Thcro Is only ono more mouth ot
tho mutest; on this day In Juno tho
candidates who nro not trying their
best today will bo regretting that they
did not stay at vote-getting longer,
and thoso w'bo bnvo continued It In a
half-hcaitrd way will ho sadly Hay
ing, "If I hail worked Just u llttlo hit
Hut win or lose, tho candidates who
nro making every inlnuto count to
day, tomorrow, and every other day,
Including tho final contest day on
Juno "4th, will liavo no reason for re
grets. Thoso who havo rolled up
enough votes to bo among tho first
j'tert will ho proud of what they havo
accomplished, besides Just being glad
J becaiiKo tho trip they so Justly earn
1 13 theirs. And tho candidates who
lata just below tho winners will llnd
I thnt they also bavn reason for pride
Innd pleasure In what they havo doiio.
(Slinlj Hip Vote List.. , ...
' f .voir linoHliiitpil Tfio volo list of
thi mmidlng of (ho candidate!) In Moii
Kll..n. i .. 1 1 - . ..... i i
u.i n u ii I I I I ii, jiu Jl.lu ICUIIIVU
several Important things.
Klmt jnii see that tho proportion of
lliitsu who havo ilono a ronsldernblo
'nliioiint Is nmnll when compared with
the jjnmbcr of trips.
j Yoli llnd that llieru Is plenty or loom
tor Jynu. even at tho top, It you de
cide how" n seize the opportunity of-
'foreil to you,
I It Is Just a (ucstlnn ot whether you
want one of tho trips or not. Unless
you Imvo almost everything In tho
world you want this catf hardly bo
l called n question. Of course, you
1 want ono of theso enjoyahlo mid ed
ucational summer trips.
Then why not havo n try for ono?
(let it iccelpt book from us today and
sco how many subscriptions you can
secure by tho end or thlB week.
Take inlvaiitngo of ovory possibil
ity, npd If you meet with a few refus
als, bo Hiiro that tho most successful
candidate Is probably tho ono who
meets wllh inoro lefusnls thuil tho
eainlldato who does tho least.
I Tho big voto offer for nrgnulza
t tlotiK makes voto-gcttlng eaiiy tlihi
week; do not wait until noxt.
j Nominations at any Time.
I Tho. nomination column will not bo
run ilnlly nny longer hut this ilooa
. not moan thnt nominations can not
still bo scut In. Nominations ot or
I gatilztillnu or trip candidates can iu
I mado at nny Ihuo during tho rnii-
lost. 1'iom tlmo to tiniu tho nniulti-
nting rousjou will appear In tho pa
I per, but If It does not npcur nt tho
I tlinu when you wihil tho blank, wrlto
'out tho nanio, address, nnd occupn
1 thin on u plcco of paper mid scud to
usj It will count for tho .5000 nomln
1 atlng votes as If on n regular cou
Names of candidates when first
Keep your paper coupons for trip
nnd organization candidates separate
nnd do not roll (ho votes. Send them
In, In envelopes wllh (he iiamooftho
cnndldnlo and tho number of voles
they contain written on tho front.
This will help to make counts nccur
nto and prompt, nnd permit you to
csllmato what correct totnl should
ho In advance.
How Votes 'Are Issued.
A Ihlrly-lhn dollar iiirrrnnllle order
villi ho glion to the (rat el candidate
who cns("i (he mint mlcs before i
o'clock Saturday, .May '-'Tib.
A tlflren-dollar nierriintllo order
nlll ho glion (o Ihn Irani riindlilaln
who rcccltrs (ho xrrnud largest
nmnnnt of voles licforc Saturday,
Tho (ntals. of tolcs shown In (he
Mamllng of rnnillrialcs, pnbllilird
Thursday Ala Illh nlll he siibtrurltil
from (he lodil gained by Saturday
culling .May 27th, (o ascertain who
nro (ho winners.
In iiddlllnn to (hour prizes (lin llul
I p( I ii nlll gho nn Onotn Fountain
B!wrlnpi!.il''ii lo 'very candidate for (ho llrst
111... .... Il... .......11. ...!( -.! I-
paid sub- ",u "' " inn f .iniriiiii iiiiii, suii!irri'
Kverv cony ot tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n will
contain n commit, w'hlch when pio-
pcrly filled out, will cntlllo tho holdor
to votes of tho number
Vnlna nrn nlsil IsfUOil fill
bcrlptlons to tho B von I tig IIii 1 1 o- Jlm" turned In before Saturday ctcu
tin In proportion to tho length of,'" '') -".
tlmo such subscriptions aro pahl In
nccorilnnco with tho uchedulo appear
1'ricn of Ktciilng Bulletin
1 Montr's Subscription
r 6 Months' " v I 4.00
1 Ycar'o " 8 00
2 Years' " $16.00
3 Yearn' " 124.00
6 Years' " $10.00
I'rlco of Weekly Ilnllrlin. '
1 Yesr'B Subscription $'1.00 ,
C Yearn' " , $ ".00
VOTKS ISSl!i:i O.N
Subscriptions .to Etcning Itullrtln.
' ''Votes Votes
Ono mouth ......... 250
t vThrco months ...., 450
Site months' "t: . .:& . J" t ,00
Ono year ,'r.. 2,100
Two years f.,000
Thrco years 9,300
Flvo yearn .....21.000
riiibscrlpllons (o Weekly Ilnllctln.
Ono year 250
Flvo yearn 1,500
PLAN A JUBILEE
Episcopate Talk ofiCelebrrtjlnrj
"i ii'Noitf Year Establishment
In Islands. ' 'I
Noxt year. tio fiftieth anniversary
tf the establishment or tho Kpls'fopal
church it) tho Ilnwatlau Islands',, will
ho the occasion ot n groat ICplscopal
"Jublleo" here, according to., plans
talked over briefly last night nt n
dinner given by the Men's Club to the
clergy mid lay delegates of tho ninth
annual convocation, It Is planned to
DrhiR Bishop Nichols, of California
hern for tho occasion.
Ulshhp Nichols was hero ten years
ago and established tho church after
tho nnnoxatlon. 11 was. In 18p2 Ilia
Kaiuchnnichn IV Invited 'lllshop Stale
of ICnglnnd to establish tho chinch
hero, marking the beginning of Its
wink in tho Islands.
Tho dinner Inst night was given at
tho Tacinc Club, and eighty sat down
at tho tables. James Wakefield, pro
sldcnt of tho club, presided, mid n
number ot splendid addresses wcro
made. Tho lllshop spoko of tho fif
tieth anniversary and T. Cllvo Davlos
mado tho motion that prevailed to
Invito lllshop Nichols hero.
Plans for Home.
lllshop Hcslnrlck announced ycslcr?
day at a meeting of the district branch
of tho Women's Auxiliary, held In
connection with tho annual Rplscopol
convocation, that tho .1. I". Morgan
lininn nt 1?mmn Hnnnrn rnnv ho nur-
chased hs n homo for the graditntc-fl
of St. Andrew's I'rlorv who liava
Tho picFcnt homo on Mnklkl street crndimteil nnd nro earning their own
Hear Wilder nvciiuo has proved rnrj living. Tho bishop spoka of tho hopes
too umtill for tho beginning. It tins that nro cntoVtnlnod that this can ho
itK'ii open loss than a your, but tho , seemed, and stated that soveral sub
A now homo will bo built for tho
cam of tho aged ami poor whlto jieoplo
of tho city It Iho plans ot tho Jadles
In charge ot tho Kings' Daughters'
homo work out an they hope. Scvernl
ot the public-spirited women nro en
listing tho support of business men
on behalf of tho poor ixKiplu and tt
enough funds can bo seemed, a mol
est but roomy mill comfortable build
ing will bo erected.
nianagenieiit jms found tnnny needy
cubes for wbl6h thern was no room.
It Is bclluvoil that n homo for at
least thirty should bo secured. The
movement Is purely voluntary, tho 1A
iIIcb in chaigo rccelvlng.no compen
sation, except tho caretaker who ac
tually lives at the homo nnd looks
lifter tho people there. Flvo old la
stantl.il gifts have nlioady been mado
toward tho funil
Tho Wnmon's Auxlllnry hold Hh
ninth nnnunl meeting jostonlny. Tho
dny'a program began with celebration
of tho holy communion, nnd tho bus!
ness session nt tho women's branch
was bold In tho parish house. Two
or the ofTirors ot tho auxiliary. Miss
dies, homo of whom woio formerly In' Kthclwyn Cnstlo, vlco-iirosldent,
FOR TRIP CtpNTLtiTANT IN CVCNINU DULLUTIN
TUH-Tnil TflAVEL CONTCOT
tama , ...
AddlCSS llllimiil nn
Fill In name and addreti of your fAvoilta candidal!
anil itnd to the II ul I e 1 1 n , Conjut Dtparlmenti
(Nt aood aflsr Tliprtday, Jmiis t)
good homes of their own Imvo been Mrs. II. L. Marx, ticasiircr, w,oro pros
given shelter, mid tho aceommoda- cut after an ahscnro of homo tlmo,
lions uro now up to tho limit. Fln.inclul rciiorts shows receipts for
Mrs. Anno M. I'rowott, who tried Mho oast vcar lo hnva been '$970.12.
llftllllllllln.l ulll l.n ..vlt.ln.l In. ..! If. ...... ...ll u..l,.l.t( nl tir. t. ....... .. n..r ... ... . . -n.H,.. M.I. ,1
j"" "" " uu i'i,,nv.u mm iiiiu. " t-oiimm on.Miw hi. inn uiiiu it iun mii expoiiiiuurcs ui.au. 1110 ioiiow-
i tlmo mid then not again until they, days ago. In n lit of despondency mid Ing olllcers weio named lor noxt
receive volea at Bbmo count. nervous breakdown, Is now In Queens near:
Subi'cilbcrs Bonding In payments to. Hospital mid will Imvo to bo kopt mIhs Kthclwyn Castlo. president.
tho It u I lot I n must ulwnys men- Iheie, as hur jilaco In Iho homo wan g Mrs. R II. Smith, vlco-prcsfdont; Mrs.
nun mo iiamu ot uio iiuiiviiiuni trip linen m, onco .viiiny eases navo 111 no. it, ,, Mnrx tieaatiior; Mrs. O. A. ato
Toilny thuro Is no piogrnm Tomer
row Is Ascension Day, and the follow-
Aprll 27lh I'lillllou Iho payer to voles
fm both 11 ttlp t'oiiloalmit mid an
organization rontotdnnt. I'leaeut to
celita mid voIoh will bo Usuod,
lli'iiigiuher yon gut (mo sets (
,1111 boy In this story," enhl daddy, beginning his bedtime story for
Jnck nnd Ilvclyn, "could not underslnDil why they riillcd (lift op'ulog
Wntch. Ho ho snbl to his dnddy: 'What innhca you cull that great,
clumsy dog Wntch? A watch Is busy nil the time, ticking nwny. -hut
tho dog docs nothing but lie down, lie Is n Inzy old fellow nnd Is good for
"Tho boy's daddy said: 'We call him Wntch because bo Is n watchdog ntnl
will bnrk It nny one comes In who has no right to do so. He Is n watchman
or gun id for the houie. It nny ono should try to enter the house nfter il.ute
be would bark and let us know.' '
"Tho boy thought It would bo n prcnt Joke to tfy to enter the hnnc nt nlhb
without Watch knowing nny thing nbnut It. 'I think 1 cnu fool thnt great,
lnr.y dog,' ho said to blnipelf.
"That same afternoon the lmy, wbo.o name wni Harry, wn sent by bis
mother on nn errand. He had n long ilMnnro to go. nnd It wns dark when tin
returned. 'Now,' said he lo himself, 'I'll try whether Walrh enn keep me from
getting Into tho bouse without being seen.' He rdt In liy the gulden gne,
took oft Ida shoes nnd walked nlowly ntnl cnrefnlly Innnril the house. When
bo got n round the corner he saw Wntrb lying nt the front door with bis bend
on Ids pawn. Ho seemed to bo fast asleep.
"I Ihoughyso,' snM Ilnrry. 'Now' I nm sure I enn get In wllbout being
rnught.' Ills Vny lownrd the hntiao Iny nerow n triHel pnlh, nnd he wns
nfratd that tho sound or hit footstep i mi Hie liny stones would let the dog
know ho was near, so ho went very slowly nnd carefully. e made n slight
sound on tho gravel, of course, nnd If he bad Ik-cii looking sharply nt tin dog
ho would have Hem Wnteh's enrs go up.
"Thinking thnt lluMtng bnil not hoard htm nnd feeling sure he bnrt fooleil
old Wntch. Harry went quickly timntil the bouse, llul nil nt once he heuril n
loud 'How. wow!' nnd fell something big strike hlj shoulders. In a moment
he wns dovn on his buck In the gravel, with two rows of nbltc feeth unr his
"Altho.:gh Hnrry wns badly slnken up by the fall, he knew enough to rnll
out; 'Wnlch. Watch! Don't you know me?" And he felt greatly rcllocd lo
feel the dog get nIT him. When Wntch saw Hint be hnd nlmoxt tdtten hli
young imi.ter be looked nshnmed of hlmrclt nnd whined nnd bung bis lull. It
wns some time before Hnrry could get him to go Into the house nnd have his
The "400" of Honolulu
(Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.)
Be one of 'em
PINECTAR SALES CO., Ltd.
Evening Bulletin's Expansion Year
TEN POPULAR PCRSONQ r. to b. given ROUND TRIPS
to BAN FRANCISCO, with tan days' stop at best hotels.
Valuable prizes awarded candidates and contest workers all
Trips to any Eastern, Wrstern or Middle State city can be
Travel party Is picked by DULLCTIN readsrs. Votes given
with tvtry subscription payment made after March 27.
The ten people getting the highest number of votes will be
glvon tho trips.
Information regarding the longsr trips furnished oontestants at
the BULLETIN office.
Why not help your friend to get one of the trips?
$1 a Year
rnmcstmtt mid tho organization eon- tinned away for lack of tooui.
tctitnnl, thoy wish to vnto for, as nil. Tiiu expenses of the homo nro now
bnllotB nro filled out lief nro leaving iibout $200 monthly, counting tho
oillro. You can hold. back tho hat- small salaries paid for help, wllh tho log Is the program
ioih iib mill' nrf vnn wish a wnuu trrnwnn- tiei.ii mtii la Henti. ti... miium
stulo Nvhothor yott wnnt tho votes' who nro ghlng their time to tho woik!
cunt or letiirncd In you. I hope that a geneioiis response will bo
i:oiy subscription payment madoi iniulo by siibscilpllous. No campaign
on or Unco Mnrih 2Slh enlllles lliii; for fluids will ho mado. hut Mih, W. I..
P'lyi'r to volna for a trip contestant. ' llnpiwr, piesldeut. and Miss C.irila
l;eiy ny niciii uiiulu on or iiluto (lllmmi, henstirer, will ho lemly at nny
Hum to leeehu subseilhtlofis.
Tho homo la always open ri Imipoc
Hon by v irltni n, mnt Mrs. lliipporHsbl
joHtniilii) that v t m 1 1 1 i ti will bo will-t'liiiio.
vuloa If rin iitiv ur Imwi pnhl mirf "W'o wuni Honolulu In know ihn
vour uibsorliitlon alnro Am II altlu' iluanniuin iiwul of Wlino of lla nbl iiivn.
- WW'" "''I " -- ...... -..-., .,...,..n-- ..---. . i- .-. ..... ..HI,,.., Iiml,, , , ,', I'l'l,,, ll l' f.
I mo Mr n Imp candidate, nnd smith'' oln. fur then wu know I in nnbl o i.u- n.t. ui ixm' uu.i, i , l
ur fai mi wiKiMliilloii minilldiil. Am would rmimnl nn!ly In lh HiWNriiv (,(,Bl llHl( itv ,bleiiJiu mi.) u di
msi ftMitilMM of viii M nlvsii hi itf pimiiius i tnHi hr limy Hiiy ,i ,, (, ftf"f,ni. i
lb" ' -etlisn Mile fi. .lti srn l- u i i i i. ! il' s 4- In no ' .-
Thursday, May 25.
Kuvcn a. m, relehrnllon of tho Holy
Communion; celebrant thu Itov. J. I'
llodol; oplhtoh r. Iho Itov. I,. Kioll;
gospeler. the Itov .1. V (liiun, after
which a brief fcivIco will ho held Hi
tho I'llory ('loss
Ton a, in.. M'niiul celebration of Iho
Holy Communion; rolohimit, tho llev
I). II. Wlillnin; cplHloler, the Key I"
A. Hayloi; Bonpeliir, Iho lluv, W H
Kluhl p. in., In Ihn HI- Oment's
pnrlnh homo it H'U'i'ilop will lm kIX'U
I Vote for Organization Contestant
In Evening Bulletin
Ton Trip Travel Contest
Organisation ....,, ,,,.,,,,, ,,,
(This Coupon Is not good alter Thursday, June t)
Fdl In nme of your favarlle orqeniistlon aainllJala and send
ti 1 1 P dlstut 9HUM Ospatlmfnti
til ii ixih
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) I'i'U) II Mil I'll II (I dl Hill
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