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CONCLUSIVE CONTEST DAYS ARE HERE
ORGANIZATION COMPETITION IS KEEN
CONTEST TOTAL GAPS
ARE ALL CLOSING OP
First Daily Count Brought Out a Heavy Vote and the Results
Are of Much Interest to All Who arc Following the Progress-
of the Bulletin Contest.
Developments nn n result of tlio
first il.dly coiiiit In Ilia 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n'.i
trip Mini plniio content yesterday,
hIiiiw that tht.ro Is to bo n cIohIiib up
of the t;ap.i In the. totals of nil the
contestants Aliutlicr point of Inter
ret Is tliu luirow margin of olua
Unit sepiratu Hie. Icailliif: orK-inlzatlon
uiii'lldntos The loiupctltlon between
theso rancllilntes In the concluslvo
contest dnn will ho Keen,
Elks Had Fifty Thousand.
Moio than II fly thousand was the
ileflnut volo or the lliln Kills. Thla
oictuilziitlnn candidal) has undo no
Blent kIiowIiir slnio their entry Into
the contest when they, took hlcoiiJ
pljce at tlio 11 1 at count after thoj
were nominated. At tho time other
oiginlz.itlon contestants looked ttt
their hlK starting xcoio 1 1 1 1 wiiiir
IhliiK alike to npprelienilou hut a
they ronllnucd to slhlo downward at
overy count following, many thought
they had dono their best ut 111 at Hut
hehold their athuueo )esterdny, and
the total that can led them forward
It looks much like tho I'.IUm hud
Juid begun tu pet a nood start Iiok
mil fur their ole nt tho final coum
on June 24 til.
St. Louis Follows Kams.
tl Louis, tho Kams ancient and nc-
knowlcilKed foe, Is hovering near to
tho leading organization total of moiu
than Ihrco huudiod thousand Mem
bers of both theso organizations sa)
th it Ihey fear none of tho othor can
did His for tho il-inu prlzo but tlio
voting Indicates that they will hno
' lemon to i him Re, beroro tho decisive
St. Elizabeth Church and Eaglet.
'I he St llllznlicth Church changes
plates with the Haglcx ug.iln Scarco
I) a i mint Is imido that these two or
R1111I7 illnns do lint shift about but It
in nlua)S a change between tlio two.
Neither seems able, to Jeavo tlio oilier
111010 than one point behind.
Some Low Scoro Trippers Move Up.
Only 11 few Mites Is all that holds
ninth plica for Sirs Overcnd who Is
bo closely followed by Miss Totter
Mlis Jlolllo Thomas Is within Just nx
close a margin In her pursuit of John
Lello s pl.ico nt tenth. Miss Woodward
was foicod to glvo up thirteenth jiheo,
n position sho has held slcullly diir
Ing almost Iho enllio contest, on nc
count of tho heivy balloting of Mrs
Chns Akaii who caat enough otcs tn
iniikn a mno-up. Miss llurlem loit
hoi plaro to Miss Kclloy nt this count
as did several other low score ciu
dlilnles who had to make way foi
Fred O'llrien of Kohala who inuo
well up into tho eighteen thousand
Count Again Today.
Aiwlhor count will bo msdo this
evening after four o'clock and the
results will ho published tomorrow
Tho dally counts will bo continued
until after tho count on Saturday
evening. Tho Satunlny count will ho
tho last 0110 nude heforo tho final
count hv tho contest Judges on Bat
unlay, Juno 21th
Something Still To Do.
It's wondorful how much cm ho
dono alter ou think jou liavo ex
hausted all of jour resources.
Candidates will say to us nuo day
that they do not know whoio to turn
foi another subscription, and tho eij
next dny iierhaps they will ooino lu
smiling and turn tn tho hlKKcst hunch
of husliiesH thoy huvo ot hi cured
It's something Hko gold mining
m think ou havo conio to tho end
of the le id and nil nt onro jou make
n big Hlilkc
You know how Ihoso "luckj" strikes
nin luado. Ihey aio inado by 1)1(5
(UNO Th iI'h what J on have to do
after 3 mi h ivo scraped off the lop
crust formed hj frleudu and nciiualn
tanccn. ltlililti I'rlzis In I'asc of 'lie.
Duo to tho fait tliat tho llfty and
tweiity-llvo dollar inercuntllo orders
mo tu he uwarded on Juno 17lli tn tho
tilp caudidatca that gut tho most
clubs of nlno subset Iptlonu there is 11
possibility of n tie in tlio number of
tho clubs betwten tho most industri
ous workers in this thlid contest per
iod In raso of rt tin tlio mercantile,
orders will bo divided equally among
tho trip candidates who reecho the
Kiimo niimbir of clubs,
(ininil Prize llallots Tor All ihal Tlr.
If nny of tho organization candi
dates should tlo and gut tho sniuo
number of nubscrlpilon clubs In tlio
contest for tho grand prlzo billots, all
tlelng will be given n prlzo ballot for
tho standing In which tho tlo occurs
This will make It exactly even for tho
candidates us it will not chaiiga post-
h &, ,LLVjLLPeV
Not a Heavy Voter Yesterday
But a Worker Just the Same.
tlons ns regards tlio standing of thoJ.
organizations tlelng, anil will glvo
them 11 big block of volts lu addition
tu thut held or secured by tho candi
dates' that do not qualify for one of
tho grand prlzo ballots
Make (lit- ii.il 11 .Safe due.
Ily making tho three hundred
thousand mark our goal, you have
something speellle to work for during
tho next two weiks ami If 3011 pass
thut point and are 0110 of tho llrsl
ten 3014 will get tho additional 111II0
ago ci edit uud lew aril.
foulest Uiims June 2 lib, 8 p. 111.
S.ituidiiy, Juno tho twenty-fourth,
Is tlio time set fur tho clime of the
contest and all votes and subset lp
tlons MUST ho in tho II 11 1 1 e 1 1 11 of
llco on that date 'I ho closing hour
will bo at S o'clock p in on Juno 24th,
and those depending on tho mulls to
hi Ing their mihsnlptlouu to tint Hul
lo 1 1 II olllco MUST have all voles and
voto coupons lu the ballot box before
S o'clock p in on that date Tho
Judges for tlio final count of the bal
lots will bo chosen from prominent
iiusiness men of Honolulu; their
names will bo announced In duo sei
Min All contestants will havo tho
right to select a friend or relative to
represent lliein and look nfter thejr
Interests during tho final count of tho
No I'npcr Voles Afler Siilurtliii,
Tho uiupons lu tho paper good for
voles will not appear nfter Juno 17th
The reason for hot running tho cou
pons during tho llunl week Is that all
advantngo would bo given Honolulu
subscribers over those on tho outside
islands The Island readers would
not havo time to mall nil tho coupons
hack for Hie final count
Neil .Subscriptions mid (),.
A number of Inqulrleii nro inndo
il.illy ns to tho votes allowed on new
and old subscription!) Votes nro al
lowed on both, but only when tho re
iiennlH pay lu advance.
New subscribers means Increnso lu
circulation Therefore no 0110 will bo
allowed to change tho namo of the old
suUcrlber from 0110 number or the
family to another, lu order to receive
Names of candld-ites when llrsl
nominate,! will bo printed for one
lluio nnd then not ngaln until thoj
receive votes nt some count.
Subscilhers sending In payments (o
tho II 11I let! n must alwavs men
lion the numo of tho individual trip
contestant and tho org miration con
testant, thoy wish to volo ror. as nil
ballots nro filled out before leaving
olllco. You can hold hick tho bil
lots ns long ns 3011 wish Alwajs
stalo whether you want tho voles
cast or returned to yu-i
Kvery subscription payment mule
on or since March 28th entitles the
pi3er to voles for a trip contestant
12 cry payment mado on or bIiico
April 27th entitles the pi3er to voles
ror both a trip rontesinut and .111
orginlzatlou contestant Present re
ceipts and votes will bo issued
Heiucmbcr you get two sets of
votes If 3011 pay or havo paid 3our
3nir subscription since April 27lh;
0110 for a trip candidate, nnd nnoth
er for nu orginlzatlou cnndldnto. An
equal number of voles as given In
tho standing votq schedule nro Issu
ed for both.
Keep 3 our piper coupons fur trip
and organlzitlon candidates separate
ami do not roll tho votes Send Ihoui
In, In, envelopes with tho n.ima iirthu
candidate and the number of vo'tos
they contain written on tho front
This will help to make counts nccui
nto nnd prompt, and perm H 3011 10
estimaio wlint correct totni Hiould
be In advanro
Every copy of tho Dill loll n will
contain n coupon, which, when pro
perly tilled out, will entitle, the holder
lo votes of tho number speelflciL
Votes are also Issued on pild sub-
Has Low Score But Still
scrlptlons lo tho 12 von lug II 11 1 lo
ll 11 In proportion tn the length of
time such subscriptions lire pil In
accordance with tho schedule appear
I'rlre of Kvcnlng Iliillttln.
I Montr's Subscription ... I 75
3 Motitha' " $2 00
(! Mouths' " J 4 00
1 Vcar'H " 800
2 Yearn " ....,IC00
3 Years' " Ml 00
C Yeais' " $1000
I'rlre of Wet My Iliillellu.
1 Year's Subscription $ 100
G Years' " .1...$ 500
vorrs issnun iv
SiiliHcrlpllnns to I'ti'iilug lliillc II11.
. ' OM New
One month S.'.n r.O
Threo mouths 4M fr0
Six months I.OtiO 1,200
Ono year r,4l)il 3,000
Two years C.dOO 7,000
Three yeirs i,M., 11.000
The years 24.000 30,000
Subscriptions In WcrMj- Iliillellu.
Ono yenr 210 350
Klve years I.nno 2,000
In case 30U havo subscribed for thi
II von Ing llullutln, nnd hnvo up
lo tho present time failed to reccdvu
3uur paper, tho circulation dupart
ment of tho II 11 1 1 e 1 1 11 should bo
untitled at once Give oxuet address
whin making complaint ns It Is duo
to faulty address that 3 our paper lus
not been started sooner. Telephony
2jr,G or call nt tho llullotln olllco
on Alakea idreet to make complaint.
PRINCIPAL IN FAMOUS
FRAUD CASE IS HERE
John F, Gaynor Arrives With
Family On Mongolia to
Seek His Health.
John (' (la j nor, who, Willi llenjamln
I) (Ircene, sirvtd four eurs' ImprlB
biimtnl In tho federal penltenlhiry ut
Atlanta, ('11, for tiartlelpitlon In tho
Sivmiiuli harbor Iniprovinient frauds.
unhid lu Honolulu Monday on Hut
l'acllle Mall liner Mongolia, accompa
nied l3 his ulfc, daughter and .son
Mr (ii)unr Is hue for Ids hiiillh 11ml
ispecls to lemulii for si vrral vvuks
'Hie Hnn IYhucI-co Hxiimlntr prims
Hie following In lonnittlon with (lay
(1 1) nor, like fircone, tool: the p 111
per's oath fcdlowlug his rtltase from
the pinlttnllurj, mid was thus en ibled
lo est ape pi) lug the J fi 75.0(10 Hue Im
.oml hi nililltlim lo Ids prison sen
The prosit ullon of (lijunr nnd
("rune utlracttd widespread attenllon
and giew out of imilracts thej had foi
ImprovliiR Savannah harbor Their
opt rations, uiidtr the name of tho At
linllo Coiistruclloii Compjnj, liivolv-d
hiindrids of thousands of dollars, mid
iiiiisid the ill unroll or C'aptiilu Oberllu
Carter, 17 H A, who was convicted of
coiiKpluuy, tiiNlitirtd rrom the service
and jontinciil to live ,iirs' Imprison
Hunt at Port I.iavriiwnrth Carter
was a nuinbir of the rutiima Ciui'il
CominlMslou, n mllltury attache at Lou
don nnd one of the most ,1l8tPigulihed
nlllcers In the Ann rlcun nrmy
"I he piolllH In which CVDliiir.Clrpeiin
mid C.irlcr were declnrcil lo have
shared lu the hirbor frauds were estU
linlnl to be as Jilgh ns 12,000,000 dur
ing the trial of the three men"
STANDING OF THE TRIP
CANDIDATES AT LAST COUNT
Name. Occupation P. O.
Mrs. C. H. Lewlt Honolulu .
John K. Fern, Conductor Honolulu
Wm. L. Peterson,' Notary Public... Honolulu ..
Manuel Peters, Mewerger Service . Honolulu .
Miss Nellie C. Wong, Student Honolulu ..
Wm. McTlghe, Bookkeeper Honolulu ..
J. E. Goeag (at Levy d. Co) Honolulu
Wm. F, Deiha, Student Honolulu
Mr. H. S. Overend, Teacher Hortokaa .
Mhis Edith Fetter, High School Hllo .
. . 1 19,03 J
. 149 88 1
w.llT llnllotln CI ner r
This fs the Store,
v June Brides,
npHAT wants to sec you, Won't you come? You unquestionably desire
to serve your own interests and those of the man you wed? Then, the
one best way to serve them is through the home-furnishing aid of the
J. HOPP & CO. STORE
It means money saved and your home more artistically furnished and at less
cost to you. Won't you visit our store and learn of the opportunities that
mean much to you? This week we wish to call your attention to onr extra
ordinary display of
The collection comprises Extension Tables, China Closets, Sideboards,
Buffets, and Chairs in Mission, Flanders, Colonial, and modern styles in
Golden, Fumed, and Early English Oak and Mahdgany.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE BULLETIN NOW YOU GET
TWO SETS OF VOTES ONE FOR A TRIP AND ONE FOR AN
FOR TRIP CONTESTANT IN EVENINQ BULLETIN
TEN-TRIP TRAVEL CONTEST
Fill In name and addreti of your favorite candidal
and nnd to th Oulletin Contett Department.
(Not good alter Saturday, June 21)
(lolilin Oak HiilTett.. 30 to f85
ruined Oak Huffed) .530 tu 30
Hurly KiikIIbIi 11uITl8.$30 to (80
Culili'ii Oik, , .11111
mat, DlmrH . ... .$1 r.O to J? 00
lUiliku Oak, wood
Hint, DlmrH . ...JJ SO lu 18 00
Ooldi 11 Oiik, liatlur
Mint, DlniM-a ...,500 to (800
J '11 uud utnl Iirly
nwit, DInorH . ...J2.r,0 In 18 00
ruin, d uud II uly
teat, 11 1 ni th
MISSION DINING ROOM
1 Hollil Oak DIiiIiii; Tuhle;
42-lm.li, round top, lu'il-
htul liuw, C-foot cjiti'ii-hIoii.
1 Hollil Oak Iluffit,
C Rolld Oik
Early Engllah Finish
Regular Price, $G6
.15 00 lo J9 00
Oluliliii Oak S-Icb Ta
bliH, niiiaro Ioun...t0 lu $27
Ooldi-n Oak rodentnl
TuliltH, round luin,,in to JS2
Ilaily I'iikIIxIi IViIohIiiI
TuliliH, round toiM.,tr to $M)
1'uiiu'd Oak l'tdPHlul
Tal.li h, round toia.I2 SO li J50
OuldPii Oak China
CluH.tfn 20 to (70
Ilurly IIukIIhIi China
CIiimIm ,, . I2S to $58
I'limed Oak China
(Insets t27 to 1C0
The House of Quality
' MBJl1 1 ' ' " "
John Lelte, Student Paukaa, llllo
Mlts Mollle Thomaa Hllo
Mrs. Chat. Akau I'juoa
MIm Kate Woodard, Merchant Honolulu
Mlts Matilda Durloni. Bookkeeper.. Walluku . .
frtlt liabel Kelley, Teacher Honolulu .
Geo. Stmt, Collector Honolulu
D. K. Sheldon Walmea !!!!.!!
Fred O'Brien, Bookkeeper Kohala
C. D, Qulnn, Mlllman Kohala ....'...'...'.'..'.".'.
John T. Rodriguet, Apprentice Honolulu . . .. "..'.'.
Toshlro Kurltanl Honoinu . .
Kid Peanuts, Amateur Actor Honolulu 15 323
David B. Sllva Honolulu .!!.!"!"!! tloiO
Martin Neuman, P. O. Clerk Honolulu 13901
T. B. Lyons Walluku 13J79
Mlsa Allein Gorman ... Honolulu 12750
Capt. Dal, Water Woika Dept Walluku !..!!'.!!! 12,141
Frederick L. Zoller , ..K0I03 12,052
Harry Hapal, Water Works Clerk. ..Hllo 1L6I3
A. 8. Robertson, Clerk Honolulu 11348
Mlsa Mary Hastle, Teacher Hanapepe 1lo5
Mis Annie Tyau Honolulu 8J273
Mis Irene Kalal, Student Hllo 734g
Miss Carolyn ScholU, Teacher Walluku .' c,772
Mlsa Elsie Alama, Student Honolulu 0-139
Mr. C. L. Dlckerson, Millinery Honolulu 0,425
Miss Eva Gontalvet Honolulu
Eugene Capellas Hakalau
James 8. Achong Nahlku
Harold Godfrey, Student Honolulu
Bertha Kau Kapaa .
Miss Louise e"e Harne Kohala .
Mrs, L. Train, Teacher liana ...
Mrs. Dick Lyman Hllo ...
Miss Mary Kamaka Honolulu
S. R, Thompson Honolulu
W. C. Chan, Jr Honolulu 5088
Mlts Mary Kauhan Lahalna 5,081
Joe Morrl. Jr. Makawao 0,079
Geo. Nlcol, Hoteman , Honolulu 0059
Mlts Isabella Koomoa Keauhou 5030
Miss JulU Aiona, Stenographer Hllo BOM
" Ro" t Hakalau ...,.,..,.. 5001
STANDING OF ORGANIZATION
CANDIDATES AT LAST COUNT
Kamehameha Alumni Honolulu
St. Louis College Honolulu ...,'.
St. Elizabeth Memorial Church Palama . . ...
B. P. O. Elka Hllo . .
Fraternal Order of Eagle Honolulu
Royal School Alumni Honolulu ... .,'
Red Men Honolulu . '. .'
Mllltla Company D Hllo
Lellehua Social Hall Schofleld Barrack ......
Central Grammar Schcol Honolulu ....
Young Men' lnlltute Honolulu 18 101
Japanese Y. M. C. A Honomu u'90
Quon Yal Society Honolulu ,.,. 11)115
Rapid Transit Benefit Association... Honolulu 11,003
Puunene Social Club Puunene ."."..".'.'.'.".".".' Il'ooo
n r-na nsBucidiion Honolulu
Halll Church Hllo '..'.V !!!!!!!
Kealla Club Kealla '...'.'..'.'.'..',',',
Llhue Plantation Club Llhue !".!!.!
Central Union Church Honolulu "
nuo pearuing ocnooi nllo 5 250
Alexander Baldwin Gymnasium Walluku .' 5,000
$3 up to $12
Coyne Furniture Co.
YOUR CREDIT IS COOD
THERE IS CERTAINLY SOME ONE IN THE CANDIDATE
LIST WHO DESERVES YOUR SUPPORT. WHY NOT HELP
THAT ONE NOW?
I Vote for Organization Contestant
In Evening Bulletin
Ton Trip Travel Contest
Organliatlon , ,
(This Coupon Is not good after Saturday, June 21)
Fill in name of your favorite organisation candidate and tend
to tho Bulletin Contett Department
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