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SMILE AS YOU NEVER SMILED
BEFORE AND WHEN HE SIGNS
SLIP OUT AND LOOK FOR MORE
i L 4 ,
Arn Jim working for subscriptions?
Perhaps wu ran glvu ou some sug
'irestluns. Yon inny HniMt Mow work, for vnrl-
ouh renins, but If you tuko putrid and'
.don't Kvt illicourngcd ton easily you
Wlll IllPfl With MieCeBI.
It la In bu C'MH'ilwl that yon will
lliul iL great many people taking thu
II u 1 1 ! 1 1 n now, wbli'h la thu chief
, "You should havo some luuthoil nbout
your vvoik anil utiuly fan fully thu
Tiiiixia for each failure and each suo-
You will probably Mud some people
who do not tnku liny nuwMaper at all
It tuny bu that they mopped tho pa
per when they left town or tho sub
scription. run out and they did not ru
HIiicm then they hnvo probably been
.ill pi tiding on neighbors for news or
ate not stllllclclitly Interested III cur
lent events to caru about tho news of
A o. way, we'll nssumo that you llud
pome perKon wfiii can rend, hut who
does not tako n newspaper.
"I haven't tlnio to load u nowspn
per," Ih thu cotiiiuuneHt excuse when
null a person U naked, to suhscrlbu for
Obviously, that Isn't truo. i Any per
Him who can read nnd has tho Intel
lect of n iloiiilsh Iiuh tliiio to read tho
It Is not neoessury to redd tho paper
from Ihimlrst page to the, lust' In order
to Keep. abreast of thn news,
Newspaper nre not put tonelhep bo
that nvery person li expected to read
Highest Type of Paper.
That iicrountM for tho wldo diversity
In the news and special features In
mic-li a thoroughly up-toMlnto and
liioibrn newspaper an thn Ilullntfn
Wlmt you llnd of Interest In tho pa-
pir prokihly does not Interest others,
mil wlmt others look for proliably does
not Interest you,
' News U wiltten nnd handled, with
headlines nnd other techulcnl details,
ro that tho render enn find what In
terests hhn at first Kliinro.
You enn keep abreast of tho worhl'a
newH by spending flvo minutes every
dny running over tho hcndllncH, If
Of course, most peoplo read a paper
more (hall that, for almost any person
(an find some story, mnio article, some,
editorial' or poem that will Interest
nutro than thu other news Items.
Uut no pr-rson can plead that he
lacks tlnnv to rend a newspaper.
Ilviry man nnd woman, whether vot
ers or not and women will voto bo
forn very lonu should know tho laws
that lire holm; made, tho advanco In
W'leiico, tho proifress of medlulno or
illiidverlCH In inedlclno. '
The person who can pick up a hovfrs
puper iimf nht llutl soniethlni; whlci
VllBlly concerns his' pr her welfaro
can't hn nnywhero except In prison for
life iunrvoii then ho may read that
he Is to bo pardoned.
( You rend about iho lieroos of bat
tles, tho bravo men who faco death at
it throttle, or on a lire-ladder or n
llit Hiitliii of thn ft-rcntest heroes over
kiioun were men who risked their lives
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE BULLETIN NOW YOU GET
TWO SETS OF VOTES ONE, FOR A TRIP AND ONE FOR AN
FOR TRIP CONTESTANT IN EVENING: BULLETIN'
, TEN-TRIP TRAVEL CONTEST '
FIM n name and address of your favorite' candidate
and' send to the Bulletin Contest Department.
- . (Not good .after Saturday, June pi)
Debating Society To Win
to get now to, or for their newspaper.
Tim whole world Ih combed fornowH
-It conns by cnblu Mi J wireless and
telcRrajili, mall mid messenger.
Xewsiuiliir men lire HVervwhere. In
,..CO ,, , wnr; lHTevcr t,lero
njiythltiK hnppnhig, nil for tbo bcnellt
of tho rendcrH.
That's why tho modern newspaper
Is hucIi a.wonileifiil thing so wonder
ful that most peopto do not realign
what It menu to pick up n newspaper
.mil u.i.u lilt- i.iimu nuim III IIUllll.
Koine Htnrui nnd sneer and nbusotho
newspapers, but they forgvt that news
pupor tiro n liuuuin product nnd ro-
lltAitl 111.,..,...!,..'., f .. ll ,. .1,1 .Iw.ttiBU
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. uwiii.iijr rrviciu mo ivmion.
Whenever you hear nf man waiting
nhiitit newspapers )ou may bo sure
that ho Is suffcrlue from publicity'
and If ha dislikes publicity them Is u
No mini or woman who has dono
KoniethhiK to uplift humanity or pro
duced a work of art or helped some
body fenru publicity.
As you solicit subscriptions you will
meet with people who will try to dlR
They would do tho snmo If you wero
iIoIiik nnytliliu,' else, so don't let them
(lut nnnlyze your succetses nnd your
"ihk joursi'lf why you got this sub
scrlptloii and did not cot one in somo
Yilu won't set anything by n rnntrb
Yersy unless I you get a 'Biibscrptloii,
ami you .won't KetUbnt' inless' 'ydu
sldo wllh , tlio unrumenttitlvd ono so
there .won't ho. any controversy.
When you Bet tho subscription, skip.
saunter or skldoo.
flu rljtht ufter another ono nnd pit
In your clulni for a trip on' Juno 21,
Disregard Small Gossip,
Don't pay any attention to any fool
ish rIoiIpb Unit may ho In rliciilallim
from' uny miroco.
"Tho nil 11a tin" Iiiir always, enn
ilurlt'il IIh coiiIcrIb lioucHtly and fair
ly anil II tins no necosBlty for assur
ing Hh readers that It Ims itlwnjK
kopt lis promtscR.
"Tlio Uulliitln's" rcpiilnllon h
blsfier than any conl'ost, nnd this
contest will not illffpr from nny oilier,
contest that IIiIh paper has over con
Nobody Is plvon any advan:i(?o
por any oilier person louicmhcr
Wlint wo havo tp say to our cpni
tostatitH has' alwnjii appeared In tlio
Nu matter whether you llvo In Hp
noliiht or Romo riunoto plantation,
J cm can rcnil on this pnf;n tlio nainn
tcrniR that every other contestant
That Is nil wo Imvo to Ray you ran
ilPKml on the "II ill le fin" nnd tho
"ti.u 1 1 o 1 1 n" is nccotintnhln only for
Its own huRlnesB. '
Count Again Today.
Another count will ho mailo this
oenliiK nfler four o'clock ami the
reRiiltH will ho published tomtrrov.
Tho dally countn will bo ciiutlniicl
until after tho count on Saturday
nvonliiR. Tho Salurilny cpuut will ho'
tlio Inst ono mailo before tho 1 ngil
count by tlio conteat Judges nn Sat-
unlay, Juno 2Jtli
Whose Trip Voting Is Some
what Like His Base Run
ning on the Diamond.
Something 8tlll To Do.
It's wonderful how much can ha
done after you think you havo ex
hausted nil of your resources.
Cnndltlnles wilt sny to us ono day
that they do not know whero to turn
for another subscription, and tho very
next day perhnpi they will como In
mnllliiK nnd turn In the biggest bunch
of business they have yetecured.
It's FoniethliiK llko gold mining
you think you hae como to the end
of the lend nnd nil at onco you make
n big slrlko.
You know how those "lucky" strikes
nro innile. They nro made by 1)10
OINd. That's what you lf.no lo do
ufter yoit havo scraped off Iho top
crust formed by menus nnd ariuaiii
Dlildc l'rlies In Case-of Tie.
Uun, to thn fact, that, tint !Wy nJ
twenty-llye dollar uiercuntlln ordeis
aro to, bo tuyjrdcit.n Juno, Jltli to the
trip cuhdhlnles that get, tho most
clubs of nlno nub8crIi(oli(i tporojls, a
possibility of n lie In tin? number or
the rltibs between the most Industii
ous workura In thjs third contest per
iod, lu'c'ufofuf 3u tin the mercantile
(intern will (bu tllvlijed;cqtiilly uinonr.
Iho trip candhiaterf who recelva 'the
I'uuin number of clubs.
(Iriiiul l'rlie llnllots I'ur All That Tie.
If uny of tho nrganlntloii cainll
dales should tie and got the sumo
nutnber of subscription clubs In the
contest for thn grand prize ballots, nil
tlelng will bo given u prize ballot for
the standing In which the tie occurs.
This will lnuko It exactly even for tho
ciinilhlates an It will not chaugo posi
tions as rogards tho standing of thn
organizations tlelng, and will give
t,hnm n big block of oIph In addition
to that held or secured by thn candi
dates that do not iiunllfy for ono of
tho grand prize Liltots.
.Male the (loal a Snfe tine,
lly making tho thrco hundred
thousand mark your goal, you Iiiimi
something specific tn work for during
tho next few days and If yon pass
that point nnd arn ono of the first
(en you will get the additional mile
age, credit and rewurd.
Can lot Closes June 2 1 Hi, S p. in.
Saturday, Juno the twenty-fourth,
Is tl lime Ret for the close of thu
contest and all votes and subscrip
tions MUST, bo In tho n u 1 1 o t.l n pf.
flee on that date. The closing hour
will bo at k o'clock p. in, on Juno 21tlii
mid thoso depending pn tho malls to
bring their subscriptions In the II ill -
In tin ofllce MUST havo all votes nnd
voto coupons In tlio ballot box befnro
8 o'clock p. in, on that (Into. Tho
judges' for tnu tlnn! count of the hab
IntH wll hn chosen from prominent
business men of Honolulu; their
nunifH will bo announced In duo Ron
son. All contestants will hnvu tho
right In select u friend or relative to
represent them and look after their
Interests during tho (Innl count of tho
Y. M. C. A. FEE RAISE
EFFECTIVE JULY 1
Tim- Y ,M. CJ. A. has announced tho
ilulii when thn new membership feet
nnt tp go Into effect. It will bo July
first, tip till that time mombers will
nn received at tho present rate, but
U-itlniiliiff with tho first of the month
thu fees-will bo 110 a year for full
membership, which Includes the phys:
leal department nnd locker, and Jr. a
year for resular meinbersblo. which
does not liieliiiln the Rl'in. Tho busi
ness liien'h club, with Its private locH
er and drusslui: rooim and baths, and
spiclnl elubroom to nrriirniinidnto 100
business nnd piofesslonnl men. will pay
n feo mitllclcnt to make It stlf-siislulii-Ins
i OF THE TRIP
CANDIDATES AT LAST COUNT
Name. Occupation P. o. Votes.
Mrs. E. H. Lewis Honolulu 314,903
John K. Fern, Conductor Honolulu 1C7.130
Manuel Peters, Me&senger Service ..Honolulu 154,029
Wm. L. Peterson, Notary Public Honolulu 149,933
Miss Nellie C. Wong, Student Honolulu 136,432
Wm. McTlghe, Bookkeeper ...Honolulu 131,173
J. E. Coeas (at Levy & Co.) Honolulu 104,915
Wm. F. Desha, Student Honolulu 94,284
Mrs. H. 8. Overond, Teacher ....... Honokaa 71,015
Miss Edith Fetter, High School. Hllo 00,285
John Lelte, Student ,..,., Paukaa, Hllo 43,842
Miss Mollle Thomas Hllo 40,020
Mrs. Chas. Akau Pauoa , 35,405
MIm Kate Woodard, Merchant Honolulu Jv. 28,923
(Vilss Isabel Kelley, Teacher Honolulu 27047
Miss Matilda Burlem, Bookkeeper... Walluku 25J30
Geo. Sims, Collector Honolulu 22 289
D. K. Sheldon ......Walmea ...; is!582
Fred O'Brien, Bookkeeper Kohala '. ., 18,343
E. D. Qufnn, Mlllman 7 Kohala .' 18,088
John T. Rodrlgues, Apprentice Honolulu ? 17)459
Toshlro Kurltanl ,w Honomu , 16,910
Kid Peanuts, Amateur Actor Honolulu 15,328
A. B. Robertson, Clerk Honolulu 14,040
David B. Sllva Honolulu 14,010
Martin Neuman, P. O. Clerk Honolulu ,.., 13,901
Miss Alletn Gorman Honolulu , 13,650
T. B. Lyons Walluku 13,179
Capt. Bal, Water Woikn Dept Walluku 12,141
Frederick L. Zoller Koloa 12,052
Harry Hapal, Water Wcrks Clerk...Hllo 11,613
Miss Mary Hastle, Teacher Hanapepe 11,054
Miss Annie Tyau Honolulu 8,279
Miss Irene Kalal, Student Hllo 7,343
Miss Carolyn Schotti, Teacher Walluku 6,772
Miss Elsie Alama, Student Honolulu ,., 6439
Mrs. C. L. Dlcker.ion, Millinery Honolulu 6,425
Miss Eva Gonsalvea Honolulu 6,783
Eugene Capellas - Hakalau .- .'. 6,250
James S, Aehong ., Nahlku ..,.? 6,065
Harold Godfrey, Student, Honolulu 6,023
Bertha Kau Kapaa 6.021
Miss Louise de Harne
Mrs. L. Train, Teacher
Mrs. Dlek Lyman
Miss Mary Kamaka
S. R. Thompson
W. C. Chan, Jr. ....
Miss Mary Kauhano',,
Joe Morris, Jr
Geo. Nlcol, Hoseman .
Mlsi Isabella Koomoa
la Atona, .Stenographer
W, Ross ."..,.,
'CANDIDATES AT LAST COUNT
St. Louis College ,
B. P. O. Elks
St. Elizabeth Memorial Church
Fraternal Order of Eagles
Royal 8chool Alumni
Mllltla Company D
uenenua social Hall Schofield Barracks 25,650
Central Grammar School Honolulu 19,401
Young Men's Institute Honolulu 18,103
Japanese Y. M. C. A Honomu 14,910
Quon(Yal Society ) Honolulu . ,. 11,115
Rapid Transit Benefit Association. ..Honolulu 11,003
Puunene Social Club Puunene 11,000
A Ptrla Association Honolulu 9,767
Halll Church Hllo ! 8,686
Kealla Club . Kealla 7,400
Llhue Plantation Club Lihue 7,021
Central Union Church , ..Honolulu 5,573
Hllo Boarding School Hllo 5,250
Alexander Baldwin Gymnasium..... Walluku 5,000
Purser Tom Smith of tho Sierra
wlI ni'compnny 11 paity of thirty tour
ists Including Iho delegation of Kuppa
Kappa (lamina unorlty 011 11 special
excursion to llalolwu. The school
frnlernal" party Is mnk'lng a round
trip In tho popular Oceanic boat.
Attorney C. C Hitting returned this
morning from 11 luminous and pleusuio
trip tn the mainland that required his
proseuco In New York mid other largo
Alter an absence' of 'ten months
spent In Oreat Britain nnd Kuropo
Special Agent A. .1. Campbell, leprc
pouting tho Territorial Immigration
llitreau, Is a lettimlng' passenger in
tho Slorrn. Mr. Campbell Is optimis
tic regarding Hawaii's chances for se
curing nddltlnunl niinibois of Portu
guese and Spanish Immigrants. Ho
wns uccniupanled by Mrs, Campbell
J, II, WetiuAro mines to tlio Islands
tn represent tho l.lbby,. McNeil and
Llliby interests. lie will' pinkn nn In
vestigation of thu various projHjrtles
now, held by the big mainland pack
ing concern up O.ihu. (
.1. JVnriiiser ami Mis. Wonnsor, nio
nrrlvah by the Slenu. Mr. Wonnser
represents a' IMcfle riiARt inuiiufiielur
Ing rnnccrn timl comes houi on 11
bushier, ml 'dun.
...Lahalna , . 5,084
1 Miss Frances Arnold, a niombor of
I tho olllco staff of tho Oceanic Steam-
I ship Company at San Kranclseo, s
I making n round dip to tho Islands as
11 pussengcr In tho Slorrn, 8ho s
accompanied by her friend, Mrs. T
J It. II. Cation and Miss Kenny Cat-
ton aro island young peoplo who nro
returning homo after having nlleiidud
school on the mainland. ,
II. V. Ilcnstand, Is a traveling rop
resutntlvo for the ltostorla lllnss Com
pany and Is making a business trip)
to tho Islands.
K. M. Hatch, who for sovoral years
has represented tho Hawaiian Sugar
Planters' Association at Washington,
Is returning to tho iBlnuds ns a pas
senger In tho Sierra.
Miss Viola Mulch wan among tho
returning Honolulu young icoplo who
arrived Oils morning In the steamer'
COLLEGE CLUB NAMES
OFFICERS FOR YEAR
Oltleers of tho College Club for the
yeur wero elected at a meeting of the
club held last Weduinday evening at
the homo of Mrs. J, A. (lllnjan. The
new olllcers aro us follows;
Mis 1 11. PIl'lhiKlmm, picsldent;
MIhs Mabel 1.'. liosher, vlce-presldept;
Mrs. William A. llryuu, seeriitury, and
Mis 1 Arlello llever, tressurrr, llov
eriiurs, Mrs. Cux and Mrs A 1' 'Irlf-lllli'f
Biii.LrTiN Ann pav
DESHA IS SHY OF DANGER ZONE
AND DOES SOME VOTING WHILE
OTHERS HOLD VOTES IN RESERVE
Conlldeiill.illy, tho count llgures do
nut tell the truo contest story of yes
terday They do, so far as to tictiiul
ballots east, but us to candidate ac
tivity they aro as ricceMug us thu
voters with big reserve Miles Intend
ed they should lie.
Science of IVnr.
Strategy, seciecy, and all the men
fal weapons of the war selelico are
being put Into active piny by thn
thinking candidates In these lust days
of contest voting nnd contest counts.
Kenr of exposing strength Is deterring
many a candidate who could move up
ten points at a single voto deposit
from casting any votes ut till.
Uliiit Will The Hot
Will they all swoop down today
and. tomorrow for a big flnnl count
showing Is a question that Is anxious
ly interesting the contcBt department,
or will they till withhold their big re
servo votes for tho final contest
Tho votes Issued on subscriptions
nre good until tho very lust hour of
the contest and there Is nothing to
fprco anyone tu cusl votes except thu
desire to make a good final showing
while tho srures are being printed
dally. The contest man thinks thut
this would bu 1111 excellent inovo for
uny candidate whoso standing does
not appear as cry strong by thu
totals published today. Tlio contest
man known thnt there aro muny can
didates who could make a good Im
presstoii on Interested ones with the
otes that they nre ut present holding
in reserve. Will they do It, Is a tpies
tlon that the otlng today nnd tomor
row will decide.
Hmliu Voles Again.
A seiiil-occaslottnl "splurger" In his
voting. Win. Desha again tittraels at
tention, by casting the bulk of the
trip votes deposited In tho ballot box
yesterday. Whenever bis standing Is
threatened he seems to have tho fac
ulty for realUIng It unit In getting
siilUclent votes la to move out of the
danger zone. Then again It may bo
iiiui no appreciates the uiistableuess
of a standing In eighth place, without
u lead or at least one hundred thou
sand votes. Anyway, be Uiu reusoii
whatever it may, Wjn. Desha tacked
enough onto his total to mole within
six thousand of the hundred thousand
point Ills voting ut long Intervals
with always 11 considerable block.
suggests 11 strong reserve voln held In
check for tho dual contest end and
critical count periods.
hums .Sllll Climbing.
The Kunis took u rllmh 110 In their
tottils ns u result of tho vniinv ..r
Desha mid nre now very near In iho
half way point between threo nnd
four hundred thousand. Their total
Is oven larger than that of Mrs. Uiwls,
wliosn heavy voting has been such 11
constant surprise to tho other candi
dates. Kevv Other Count Clumges.
Manuel l'eer added n few more
voles to his total ns did nlno thn St.
Willis Collcgw. There was also 11
change In tho count figures of Miss
Ivolloy, Miss Kettor, Miss Woodard
nnd J. Ooeas, ns well ns the Central
'n I'micr Yules Afler Siitiir.lnr,
J line l,lh.
The coupons In tho pnper good for
voles will not Vlinenr after Juno 17th.
The reason for not running the cou
pons 'during the final week Is Hint an
ndvantngo would lo given Honolulu
subscribers river thoso on the outside
Islands. The Island renders would
not Iirvo time to mall nil tho coupons
back for the final count.
.ew .SiiWrlpUiiiis mid Old.
A number of Inquiries nro mado
dally ns to the votes allowed on now
nnd old subscriptions. Voles nro al
lowed on both, but only when tho re
newals pay in advance.
Now subscribers nienns Increnon In J
circulation. Therefore nn one will bo
THERE IS CERTAINLY SOME
LIST WHO DESERVES YOUR
THAT ONE NOW?
m mmmmm ma wmm mmm M
I I Vote for Organization Contestant I
I In Evening. Bulletin I
Ten Trip Travel Contest I
H Organization ,r H
H (This Coupon is not good afler Saturday, June 24) H
' Fill in name of your favorite organization candidate and send H
H to tlio Bulletin Contest Department. H
nllnwed In change the name of tho old
subscriber fioin one member of the
family lo another. In order to receive
Names or candidates: when first
nominated will bo printed for ono
time and then not again until they
reccivo Miles at somo count
Subscribers sending In payments tu
tho II 11 1 1 e 1 1 11 must nlvvavn men
tion the name of tho Individual trip
contestant end the organization con
tcstnnt, they wish to voto for. ns nil
ballots nro lilted out befnro leaving
onice. You ran hold luck tho b.il
lots as long ns you wish. Alwavni
state whetlny you want tho otes
cast or returned to you.
Tin- voting cnmllilntes this werlt
will leave a might) good Impression
with tlic peoph. who nre reserving
their voles for the Inst contest week.
This Is the Inst chnnce to make a
showing and havo It known to Iho
contest reading public while It will
sllll bo or value. Saturday night will
bo the last tount of ballots prevluui
to tho final contest count and It be
hooves everv 0110 to make a good
showing at least once this week, or
friends nre apt lo throw their sup
IKirt tn some one who nppenrs a moro
How Votes Are Issued.
Kvcry subscription payment made
on or since Mnrch 2Sth entitles the
payer to oles for a trip contestant
Every payment mado on or since
April 27th entitles tho payer to otes
for both a trip contestant and .111
organization contestant. Present le
celpts nnd votes will be Issued.
lleniember you get two sets of
voltfs If you pay or havo paid your
your subscription since April 27lh;
one for a trip candidate, and anoth
er for 1111 organization candidate. An
equal number of voles as given lu
tho standing voto schedule nro Issu
ed for both.
Keep your paiier coupons for rrlp
and organization, candidates separate
and do not roll tho votes. Send the'ni
In, In envelopes with theiiiumeof Ihu
candidate and tin number of votes
they contain written on the front.
This will help tn imiki; counts accur
ate ami prompt, und permit you tn
esllmnto what correct total should
bo In udvaiuo.
Hvery copy 0 tho llulletlii will
contain 11 coupon, which, when pro
perly filled nut, will culitlo Iho holder
to voten of tho number Bvecltled.
Votes nro also Issued on paid sub
scriptions lo Dm levelling II11II0
1 1 n In proportion tu tbo length of
tlmo such subscriptions nro paid In
accordant'. with Jlio schedule appear
l'rlre of Drenlng Iliillell.i.
1 Motitr'H Subscription ....I ,7,r.
3 Months' " 2.00
C Months' " t 4.00
1 Year's " 800
2 Years' " JIC00
3 YearB' '; 12100
5 Years' " 1 10.00
l'rlre of Wt-eMr Ilnllclln.
1 Year's Subscription t 1.00
C Years' " COO
YOTIIH ISSUIM) OX
Subscriptions lo livening Bulletin.
One month 2r0 350
Threo mouths 4S0 r,M
Six months 1,000, 1,200
Ono year 7,100 3,000
Two years 5,000 7,000
Three years 9,200 11,000
Klvo years 21.000 30,000
HuliscrlplluiiM to WfeUj'lliillcllii.
Ono year 2u0 350
Five years ,. 1,500 2,000
The .National Steamship Company's
steamer Tubogu struck 11 rock oft I'an
nnut and sank. Many passengers per-
fliMF IN thf PAwnmATF
SUPPORT. WHY iMfiT HFI P
iWdllfiiiiiife An illiVrlifo