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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1912.
BIG SPECIAL VOTE OFFER HAS
BUT FOUR MORE DAYS TO RUN
NEXT THURSDAY NIGHT AT 9 O'CLOCK THE LIBERAL OFFER OF MANY
THOUSANDS OF EXTRA VOTES COMES TO AN END, AND THOSE WHO
HAVE NOT POT FORTH AN EFFORT ILL REGRET HAVING
DO NOT HOLD BACK SUBSCRIPTIONS i
Candidates Should Turn In Subscriptions as Fast as They Arc Secured, as There IS No
Advantage In Holding Back Until the Close of the Offer An Accurate Account Is
Kept of All Subscriptions Turned In During the Offer and Ballots For
Extra Votes Will Be Mailed After the Offer Closes.
Where Is the Candidate Who Dues Not
Friends Five Who Would Be Willing
Subscriptions In Oidei lo Advance
When Those Count.
Numhei Anion? Her
to Give I lei Yearly
I lei Cause Now Is
On all slilcs Interest In the Great
I'upularity Campaign has taken n de
cided increase ami patrons are select
Juk tlielr favorite candidates, for
whom tliev are soting llherall). The
Icndem are Increasing their ote-to-tuts
ami tlinse who are In the rate In
iarnet aie gaining escr) ilny. It Is
Interesting to keep cheek of the hat
tlo of ballots anil osery mall makes,
some changes In the tela! he positions
of candidates Now it is one contest
flit who recehes n boost tow aid the
top and then another Hut the pub
lished standings do not tell the whole
stor It Is a good thing to keep near
the lop of the list, lint It Is a Tar
greater mlnntitKo to huso a lenerso
hack, of which no one knows, hut
which can he brought Into play later
on. With all )our Miles In (he paper
ll Is an ensy matter for iiusnun to see
cxnril) wliete ou stand and how
many otcs it will take to bent jou
In the end.
I'raclliallv eer candidate In lio!h
clt and (ounlry Is svnrklug overtime
these dass. and the Big Special Of
fer which tomes to n close. net
Thursday night Is lespouslhlo for.
this unwonled energy being dlsphw
ed, as osorv candidate Is full allso
to the situation and knows exactly
what this offer means to her.
Industrious Forge Ahead.
Tlie list of candidates and the num
ber of oles received by each show
that the IndustrlotiM and those who
hnsir their hentls and souls. In the de
termination to win lire forging ahead
in the battle of ballots. The votes
ate free, but In many cases It Is nec
essary for (he candidates, to- Co
around among their friends and gath
er them In. These free otc nro Riv
en for payments upon subscription,
and also for coupons clipped from the.
paper each day. The votes upon sub
scription nro glsen In proportion to
the amount paid. Naturally a longer
term subscription enrns tnoro votes
than n shorter one.
Votes Cannot Be Bought, Sold or
Tito sotes which aro given for sub
Ferlptlons In this campaign, although
free, cannot bo bought, sold or traded.
After these ballots hnve been unco Is
rued for n 'candidate they cannot bo
voted for anyone else, and should any
ease arise where It Is known that
votes linvo been bought or traded,
these will be cancelled at otico. A
record Is kept of each ballot Issued,
uuil Hie number voted, and these will
)o Immediately voided where It Is
found that anyone- Is guilty of buying
or trading votes. This Is tin nlisoluto
ruin of the, contest, and one that nt
lords protection lo osery candidate,
ond filves her an equal chain e to win
nny of 0"' prizes.
A Word About the Prizes.
Every one of the splendid prized
which will be awarded within a few
short weeks Is worth a world of ef
fort. No Rlirh exaction Is placed up
on candidates, however. They nro
enly askt-d to work along pleasant
lines among their friends and acquain
tances and the candidate who shows
herself eager to win and earnest In
her determination, Is voluntarily nc-
corded tho help and support of her
Everything Fair and Equal.
Kvcry part and phase of this con
test lias been planned with tlio
thought of utmost fairness to every
candldatosippermost In tho minds of
tho planners. The territory, both In
tho city and outside, has been divided
Into districts, so that tho contestants
In olio part of the Territory would not
bo competing with others under tin- lHSTHlCT NO. 2.
equal conditions. I
S,n' TITe J V1, . Consists of Honolulu and the
Ihe Blnndlng of contestants as pre- lBnn(1 of 0ahu from tMo center .y
seated today shows a decided gain In of Nunn sHrcet, K.l8t.
the standing of a large number of can- PHIZES:
dldates. who were not so high In yes- . Tho I)rUc8 thnl 'mMat be won .5.
terdny s stnndlngs Many who wcro n lh8 ,tlBtrict nre un ccganl
near tho bottom of the list at that a i,t.n i....i. a
ttino have since forged toward tho' I)erfect J100 damond r. a
This shows that there Is still plot, $ " " J"'1'' f "."I'1 t
ty of time for an Industrious young J I' D 'n, r W cr lZ t
An: xr &r& SSr? :
equal lo three or four yearly sub- '' laJ's '" tho. Western Metropolis.
scrlptlnns nnd seo then where bIio' A, " uwc" have nn equal
slnnds. Itlght up on top of tho lead-i chance for the Capital prize 1912
crsl j Regal automobile.
Where Is tho girl who does not
number among her friends and nc-,
qualntnnccs three or four who would Mrs. Nanl Keami, Pnlola r.3,140
bo glftd to give her yearly subscrlp- i.-Il,,innP iinl, 1 .,.,, R. Vnllll , ..
lions to the lltilletln In order to lHno vSller 8VunB no no
help her advance up the list, especial-, K In ,10 Nix Klnau Bt "' " 49 80
ly now, when the lllg Special Cer, '",,,' ,BU Sl"' 4J ,
... .... I Xlra Ifanltt Lfiml fnrin. II, .n I
gives her every posslblo chance to In
sure n successful campaign? '
,ti tt tt tt tt n tt tt tt u tt a tt tt n tt
tt Candidates outside the city may n
St mall subscriptions, to apply on tt
Mrs. Kenlti Knnl Carter, lion
Iron Wks 48,920
Couzle Souzn, Sanitary Steam i
Daisy Mrkeague, 1556 Kecuu
tt this offer, I1V 9 o'clock on the ' moku St 48,300
tt night of May 10, and we will ae- tt Ionise Zerlio, lowers & Cooko 4B.9S0
S. cept tho postmark or imstmas- n Mrs. Winters, Junction Candy
H signature on tho envelope ns tnif- SS store 4" "80
wHI com',,leU " Agnes M. Johnson, 12M Young 33.310
Candidates are not restricted ns I,08 '- HonB- H3C Alexander 38,780
to the number of clubs they may Ml8a Aknl- Grecn ,-ano 3"-710
secure, bufwlll be given credit H ABI1PS Aylctt, King St 32,730
for eery club and every subscrlp- tt Marjorle McOuIre, Office 81111-
n t Ion abovo tlio required club Hum-tt ply Co 29,410
tt I'l'1- Mrs. Iltiniiuii, Kt. Do Itussy... 2.1,080
tt St tS tt tt tt U tt tt St tt tt Kllzabeth Nielsen, 1407 Nuiianu 22,400
.;. . 4. . Mollle Mossman, Island Curly
IIISTIIICT XO. I.
Ada Kershner, 1177 Alakea St. 21.210
Miss ltlley. Moann Hotel 20.G40
. , , ... , , ... j. Miss Yamamoto, Hotel St 20,510
v Consists of Honolulu and tho .. .:... ........... ..-
land nf OhI.ii from th rpnlnr 4 h'f.f 8B" V.""1"""??! P1?1?1--.- iv."i.
Kdltli 1;. 1'rntt, I Ml Ktiptolaiil. 2U,'J!)U
Klizabeth Daniels, Arlelgh's... 20,100
Marie U Lewis, 1S7C I.usltanla 19,450
How To Win The Grand Prizes
TO BE GIVEN AWAY BY
THE EVENING BULLETIN
One 1912 Completely-Equipped "REGAL" Automobile
Four $550 "REMINGTON" Player-Pianos-One for Each District
Four Beautiful $100 Diamond Rings-one for each district
Four Elegant Solid Gold Ladies' Watches-one for each district ,
Four Round Trips to Kilauea or Honolulu and Return
Contest will positively close June 22, 1912 at 9:00 o'clock p. m.
Island of Oalut from the center
of Nuuami Street, West.
I In till. ,r..rli ,. n .!".. X 'r8. J- T' U UU. Kalmukl... 19,130
In this district nre an elcKant Mra .., ttvwliril9. Jo,,n8on
"Heralngton" player-piano; a House .18 r.10
it pe,r.ffct ,'.10.0 llu,mond LrlnBl Claire Uofry.'o." Il.'&'L'. ".'.'.'.. 17',G40
solid gold ladles' watch and a . , ., . .
round trip to Kilauea or Hono- """'" . ""bc'"'". "
.Winners of the
lulu and return
ji LuuvDiiih u iuuiiu iiiii lu ami T n r oa
All districts hava an eoual ' .. ' ' ' ' ir.im
chance for tlie Capital prize 1912 jnry Ah"liuB.' 'Normal 'school 1M10
I "i1. iuiTi,"e-J. .... T Mrs. Paul Smith, Sach's Dry
-------- T r -r T -r 1 T T V T T
player-planos haC, the prlv lege V near. Knplolj.nl.. 10.410
of chooslnc a round trlti to San M1"nle Todl1' ""W"1'11" NewB .,
iJvPin0?; Wwh.a 8My.r Tt Mrs.'or'acoKlson. 810 King
I IT ',? ,' ! . f'"" Metrol,olla: T Kdna Urown, Y.W.C.A. Ho
VALUE OP SUHSCRIPTION PAYMENTS
THE EVENING BULLETIN
One Month $ .75
Three Months . . 2.00
One Year ..
Two Years .
Amount Votes Given.
Price. New. Old.
4.00 10,000 5,000
8.00 25.000 12,500
1C.00 50,000 30,000
One Year 12.00 36.000 18,000
Amount Votes Given.
Price. New. Old.
Six Months $ .60
One Year 1.00
Two -Years 2.00
Ono Year 2.00
.24.00 85,000 42,000 Two Years 4.00 10,000 5,000
Clumjlni from tin- WriMy Bulletin lo the Polly ttlll Lc consljrrtd a MW subscription. Subscriptions
rmit U still ly moil. p-jIJ at the Bulletin offke or pulflo Ihe canJIJjte In ptrson.
Goods Co 1G.240
Miss Windsor, lslackshoar's
Hat Shop 15,210
Matilda M. Knos, Manoa Valley 14,740
Gertrudo Watson, 245 School.. 50.590
I Mrs. J. K. Hiram. Parker Lano 49.1C0
SMr K!TAW'"S 48'20 Mary Spauld. 1317 Puliahou u'W
Nuuanu 48,170 Kt'iel , C"""on' SacllB Dry .. ...
Mrs. . P. McGregor, 31 Bishop &; K Hussy! $&
ninaNleperi'liing'::::: ".170 C.l" 14'C6
Alote rrestldge, 1201 Pua Lane 39,000 "" " """ '
Marie Wond. Kallhl 33.1C0
i:ra Kcaloha, Children's Hosp. 25,480
Mrs. Jas. Itlce, Illom's. . . .
Mrs. Jas. Kennedy. Ft. Shatter 23,410 Eva Oonaalves, 648 S.Iierotanla 11,390
Mrs. Otto Wisscnberry. Scho- "a,r"e w,'?,n?' lslu "u.aKauii .;
Illeld Ilarracks 21,b00 Kfuthe,rln "P" "s ; Kalmukl..., 10.520
.... it ..... o....... . V." ....!.!. Mucele Todd. Ills ion Co 10.240
mm. ii. nuii in, ociiuuciu uar, si.iuu .,. p q qvi,.. i,., nncpr 10 03d
Alberta Wholley. Ft Shafter... 21,350 ,,". ,, ' '. V K n" ,nin
xi r. w. ii..i v. ci..... ono.-,. Maude O'Sulllvan. Dlshop Co... 10,030
Helen Notley. 323 Buckle Ine 20,420 M,rs- J: ..Johnson. Ft. Uuger. 10,000 1
Hose Solomon, 1731 Ullha .... 20 280 All,c, 1'kl,ko' Kuullanl Homo. 9,030,
Miss Tanaka. Alea 18.360 .. Mr?- Rutmnn, Jordan s 8,640,
Mrs. George Kinney. Watortown 17,920 !,a,m,tr fllu""; ,"" ,',"""" Rinft
Madeline M'Candlcss. Moanalua 15,380 Mrs- Bessen. tt. Ve i Hussy.... 6,300
Itfdla-AHola. Kam. Girls School 15.010 Murear Kramer. BlackshcarB
Kdna Uluahele, 1735 Ullha .... 14,040 "nt Shop i'.u
Meta Patterson, Alea 11.230 M"'ne rl "n ? ' St '
Helen Kimball, Wnlalua 10.110 ?dla S. 2-l27 Ullha .. . ...... 5.030
Lucy Plcadiira Wulat.ae 10 100 ?'r,B-W'' WotC"'rnI V-", r'Tn
Mrs. ElUabeth Dunn, Scholleld I ')a1l8y S'?,l",t14rl01 J i-''.i;''l '
linrin,.if innr.n Alice Brlckwood, Kuullanl
DISTIIIOT XO. 3.
Consists of' tlio Islands of
Knual and Maul.
The prizes that must bo won
S In fills district aro an elegant
"ItPinlnglon" playcr-plano; a
perfect $100 diamond ring; a
solid gold Indies' watch and a
round trip to Kilauea or Honu-
lulu nnd return. .Winners ot the
plnyer-planos have the privilege
of choosing a round trip lo San
Francisco, with a slay of ten
duys In tho Western Metropolis.
All districts have an equal
chance for the Capital prize 1912
Irma Wodehouse, Walluku,
Maul '. 65,610
Kiumn A. Chung, Mime, Kauai 55,370
Ida Williams, Pala, Maul 64,410
Hose Hocking, Pain, Maul 52,680
Mrs. II. A. ltelchelt, Llluie
Miss I.. 1'. Aklnn, Walmeu,
Mrs. A. M Da Vlco, Kekaha,
Addle Carlcy, Pala, Maul 42,000
I. Keohl Hart, Wultuku, Maul. 40.720
Leslie Lewis, Kahiilul, Maul.. 39,350
Bertha Heifers, Mnkawell
Lellanl Weight, Walluku, Maul .18.220
Balblna Fernandez, Pala, Maul 32,460
Stella Padgett, Makawell,
Mattle Jordan, Kekaha, Knual. 28.490
Adeline Hose, Ijilmlnu 27,300
Mrs. W. J. Goodhue, Kalnupa-
pa, Molokal 25,620
Miss i:. 13. Edwards, Kilauea,
Tsulun Choy, Lnhalnu, Maul... 20,890
Mrs. Nancy Ilobnck, Kcanae,
Miss L. Keating, Kilauea, Kauai 17,230
llachel T. Klakoua, Peahl. Maul 16,310
Iulse Itobinson, Pala, Maul.. 16,060
Mary Nunes, Pala, Maul 15,820
Virginia Sllva, Ilanapepe;
Kauai '. 15,740
Cecilia Akin, Kalaupapa 15,210
Dora Meyer, Walluku 15,240
Mrs. F. Crawford, 'Walluku ... 10,950
Miss Q. Sobey, Pala, Mall 2,000
Adellno Correa, Llhue 8,000
Miss I! Tom, Kilauea. Kauai. 2,000
18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.4. 4. 4.4.4i
DISTRICT SO. I.
Consists of all of the Island
The prizes that must be won
! In this district are an elegant
"Remington" pluyer-plano; n
perfect $100 diamond ring: a
solid gold ladles' watch and a
round trip to Kilauea or Hono-
lulu nnd return. .Winners of the
player-pianos have the privilege
of choosing a round trip to San
! Francisco, with a stay of ten 4
days In the Western Metropolis.
All districts have an equal
chance for tho Capital prize 1912
The Special Offer
I'nr leu iI.ijh mil), In InniiiLr .Miiml.i), .llii) (I, ami ciiiIIiik May III, nt 11:1111 P. Jl. In iidillllon to (lie soles glrcu on suli
M'rlpllous iMieidliii; In (he ahine K'hrdiili', se make In cotitesljiuls tlie fullimliit: oiler:
. We iilll die each and eierj riiiilentniil an extra ballot of -."..OlIO soles nliu t.iru Into Ihe Kseulng llullillu ofllee Use
ness tsselse iiiiinth dull) siilicrlilliiiiK, or :i nets weekly uliMrlilluiiH f()r one jear t-nrli, bttiiu .11 inula), Mil) (l.tiud
ThurMhi), .Mny III.
tVc sslll glie eurli mill eier) cnnlt'i-t.iiit un extra linllnt of 37,5011 soles sslio turn In Use nesr six iniinllis subscriptions
lietsseeu Hie iibote dales, or 16 ness ssceM) hubscrlplliuiH fur one je.ir each.
Tills Is nn upiiortiinlt) to rnlcli tlio leaders. Take iidsiiiitage of II. Yearly subscriptions count two for six months.
This Is un opportunity In get exlra soles b) n little fl'l'iirl.
The MiliM'rlpllniis uliiiuld not be held hack until Hie Iiiht dii), but hliniild be turned In us sunn us secured. An accur
ate ill-count sslll he kept nf all subscriptions turned In b) contestants. ,
The contest ilcp.irtinenl sslll Issue extra ballets .liter llils offer rinses ami mall same to contestants entitled lit them.
Cnnillilales are not restricted us to the number of clubs the) secure but sslll be glieu credit fur all the) secure.
Extended Subscriptions -All) ness subscriber sslio lias subscribed during tlie contest for a short time may extend
his subscription nnd still be considered a nets subscriber ami (he number of months paid sslll apply on this special
olfer Murk nJiiIi, second u)mcnl.
To.)enr sseekl) or dull) subscriptions sslll count as tsso joars ffer. I.lkesslse longer term subscriptions sslll
count us so man) )cars on offer.
Contest Department, EVENING BULLETIN, Honolulu, T.H.
Mrs. W. Gulbralth, 1628 Ulilm
Helen Zorbe, Davis & Co
I.ucy Barber, 1220 Puunul ....
Mrs. Annie Huughton, 1725
Hltzabelh Kuleku. Kallhlkal...
Marlon A. Fauth, 2505 Hose..
Alice Ho, 1234 S. Vineyard...
Hebccca Iopa, Wnlanae
F.Isle Off, Alea .. ,..
Kdna I.loyd, 2194 N. King ...
Olympln Sllvu, Bcretanla St..
Grace Chang, 1479 Vineyard..
Sarah Houghtulllng, 11 Robello
' ' A1t... Xlllln. tfnttilnnl llf.mn
8.460 M m.v Kji s iinil
Molllo Block, 541 S. Hotel.
Arns Windsor, Young St
c 250 I,ll,u Brummond, 679 Prospect
Mrs. P. Mlyake, 1248 Fort 2,040,
"JUSO Kllen K' Dwlght, 1543 Maklkl
3 400 Htnei uurier, i-iiinui si
3',0S0 Adele Wlcke, 1071 Klnau
2,350 Mrs- M. Randall, Knglcslde
2,040 1 Ants s
2.030 Hilda Smith, 1460 Fort
I Jobephlne Amos, King St
Umo , 2.020 Eva McCorrlston, 1901 Punch-
Anna Mundou, Vineyard St. ... 2,000. bowl . 2,000
Jennie Williams. Vlnevard St. . 2.000 Miss Keating. Bishop & Co.
Mrs. Sherry Tyan, 1543 Llllha. 2,000, Carrie Dunn, Central Grammar
Jufln Landford, 1725 Ullha.
2.000 School 2,000
Amy F. Williams, Illlo 50,030
Mrs. John Gabeler, Holualoa... 37,940
Maria Bell, Kuwathao 33,920
Alice It. Qulnn, Knhala 32,260
Moraea Kamakawlwoole, Hono-
Mrs. Phoebe McLean, Volcano
Mnlamle M. Coleman, Kobala.. 28,460
Queenlo Shurratt, Kunmela, ... 25,690
Mrs. Maude Slssnu, Mt. View... 25,520
Mrs. P. C. Bcatner, Hllo 25,050
Kmlly Kwallko, Illlo 24,240
Mrs. I, S. Capcllas, Hakaluu.. 23,210
Nancy Daniels, Kuristosvn.... 22,840
I.oulso de llama, Kohalu 21,310
Mrs. Win. J. Stone, Hllo 20,380
I.oillsu Melnecko, WaliUilnu. .. 19,460
Mrs. Mary T. I.lte, Hllo 19,100
Alice Hnttte, Hllo 18,520
Winifred Livingstone, Kamuelu 17,320
Helen Watson, Ohm 16,920
Jennie Medelros, Mt, View ... 15.260
Mrs. C. K. Holllnger, Olna .... 15,220
Lily Moses, Laupahoehoo 16,200
Mary Xallluia, Kuristown 13,160
Berthu Hondorsou, Knliiilau... 12,040.
Kunnloka Ohunu, Hllo 10,250
Jennie Williams, Kohalu 10,200
Annie Napier, Hllo 5,200
Miss Williams, Honokua 2,000
COUPON Not good after May 21
THE EVENING BULLETIN,
Honolulu, T. II,
GRAND FREE GIFT CONTEST
This Coupon Will Count for 10 Votes
Addicss Dlst. No.
Good for 10 votes when tilled out and sent to the Evening Bulle
1 1 n olllce by mail or otherwise, on or before expiration dato. No ballot
will be altered In any way or transferred after being received by the Con
test Manager. Unless ballot Is carefully trimmed around outside lines It
will not be counted.