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CVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1012.
V- i"IWr V.ntM
"Get Busy" If You Expect To Win
One Of These Handsome Prizes
ItfST POSSIBLE ADVICE
TO CANDIDATES IS TO LOSE NOT A SINGLE
TIME DURING THE THREE AND ONE-HALF
THAT REMAIN BEFORE THE FINISH
ENTHUSIASM OF CANDIDATES AT HIGH TIDE
Important Contest News Each Day In the Paper Each Can
didate Should Make lit a Point to Read This Carefully,
That Nothing May Be Los t Cand'dates All Working
With Zest and Enthusiasm That Betokens Success.
With lint n llltlo out llirce works
romnlnliiK In tlio (Irani! Popularity
CiiinpnlRii of the II n I lot In prncil
rally ou-ry candidate has licKtin In la
hor plans for flip final strtiKKlc, ami
an exciting finish la looked (or, nml It
In not wine for any contestant to cease
hor efforts for a single clay, but lo set
every vote possible, foiuhen tlio cml
comes nml the prize, are awarded she
will be satisfied tbat sbo has done her
ery best and has given her competl
tors tho race of their lives.
Contestants and their friends are
boiling over with enthusiasm and the
H ii 1 1 e t I n contest Is the sole topic
of conversation In many homes.
I!icry candidate should make It n
point In read carefully each day the
contest pace of the Mullet In, in
dally Instructions to candidates are
printed here and without paying strict
attention to this Information n cnndl
dale may lose much valuable help.
Does Not Want First Place.
One of tho candidates who has work
ed hard from the start of the contest
but who has never desired to bo at
the bead of tho list In her district
writes tho Contest Manager iih follows-
"I am not nfrald of tho finish If 1
ran only keep within rcajh of tho lop.
I Just know my friends will enmo to
the front when they seo I am going to
be atnnnc thoso at the top. For tho
I resent I don't earn to bo the leader
In my district. And I know I am not
I ho only one who could have as mnti
votes counted now as the person who
Is In llrst place. I will try for first
place within a few days of tho closo
and lake what I can net as tho local
candidate and from peoplo who
don't oion Know me when It comes
to a test between my town and komo
That's tho politics of It. Tho can
vass Is in Hiiili a condition that It Is
rnybody's race In any of the districts.
Hut smart work Is coins lo bo done
and will count Just as much In this
contest us It would In nnv competition
where the prffos wer-' worth thou
sands of dollars more than tho splen
old nwards we are going to glvo away
within such a short sniice of time.
livery mall IiiIuks In votis for tho
candidates, ami tlm contest olllce Is
I-"lit busy constantly with a stream of
people whii desire to cast their voles
for Komo favored randldalcB. Tho
content is certainly gaining mound
day by day. Illght now more peoplo
lug lo be asked before deciding to
whom to Kite their help, so It Is I m-j
perntlio that those who expect to llg-i
ure In the prlzc-u Inning lose none ofj
Subscriptions continue to pile InL
from eUM'y section of the territory
colored by this great campaign, audi
estcrday was another big day In ls-j
suing votes. In fact, they nro all get j
ting to be big dai'H lion, and promise:
lo be el en greater before the next'
week Is under iibi. I
There Is so much to win In nn affair;
of this kind ami tho opportunities are'
so gicat that any young woman would'
be throning awav a chance that may.
neier come again hi falling lo "get In'
the game" and show her popularity
Special Offer on "OH" Subscriptions.
The Special Offer on "OLD" suli-
scrlptlons. announced lestcrday after
noon, affords each and every candl-
dale a chance lo secure many extra
votes. This Is positively the best of.,
fcr that Mill be made on old subscript
tions during the contest, and as 1 1
lasts uut a snort timo seven clays
oiery contestant should do her very
best to secure these old subscriptions.
Nothing better will bo offered on old
rubscrlpllous, nml as the great major
ity of peoplo throughout tho city nro
now Inking tho nutlet In, every
candidate Ik afforded an equal chance
to reap tho benefit or these extra
Contest Facts and Figures
When does the contest close? The contest will pcHtlioly
close cm the night of June 22. 1912, at 9 o'clock
Hun will the prlr.es bo awarded? The Crawl C.iplliil Prlzo
1312 complctely-ciiulppcil Itegul aiitomobllo will be awarded to
(be oung woman having the largest number of udes In nil dis
tricts The district prizes will be awarded lo the young women
In each district standing In the llrst four placet, after tho Cap
ital Prize Is awarded.
Can n contestant win more than one prize? No; no conteil
nnt can win more than one prize.
How many prizes will be awarded In each district" In each
district will bo awarded four prizes u handsome IBRO Itemlng
ton plnyer-plano; u perfect 100 diamond ring; u solid gold lady's
watch, and a trip to Klhiuea or lloonlulii rind return.
Can winners of the prizes dispone of them as they see Ilt7
Winners of prizes may make such disposal of them us they wish.
After being won, they are the property of the winners
What should a candidate iho desires to win do' If she has
not been nominated, send In her nnmo at once, iih It Is not yet
too bite to enter ami win If she has already been nominated,
see that her time Is put lo the best use possible securing lotos
I Ins an outside candidate tho same chance to win as n city
candidate" The very same. Each payment on subscription se
cures votes, nnd the same niriount paid, on weekly subscriptions
earns tlio same number of otes as a similar payment on a dally
What ds the most Important thing for n rtindidnle to keep In
mind' That the contest has but four weeks longer to run, nnd
to put forth her greatest effort during these remaining duys.
, nine months additional you securo tho
dlrfetenco between tho 2r,,000 otcs
given on a now yearly subscription,
nnd tho, 3000 nlrendy received, or 22..
I'uliiro subscriptions nro things that i "" " ,, ?cco" " ,aZx .
should not be nierlooked. In many nl" n"'"108 to any second payment
cases candidates will moot persons ' ?" ,na K0C1"r1?' Mw,?' ,nafk '''!
who are nlrendy taking n clnlly paper I nt,,b" Scnrai1 PyjJcnt" In order that
which is paid up In advance, nml do , ?" lnny ""r.'H '" '" v""-
not desire to liavo two clnlly papers
by getting this person to subscribe, tor
IMSTHICT Ml. 1.
Consists of Honolulu nnd the
Island of Oitliu from the center
of Ntiunnu Street, West.
Tho prizes that miiBl bo won
In this district arc nn elegant
"Ilcmlnglnn" playcr-nlano: n
dictates. Anyone who nuliscrlbed for perfect $100 diamond ring; a
tho paper slnco tho contest started Isi solid gold ladles' watch nnd a
n now subscriber and will still be con- r,mn, trip to Kllaucn or Mono-
Rldered now. no mnllcr how many lulu nnd return. .Winners or tho
iiddltlonal pnyments ho or sbo may pycr-plnnos hav3 tho prlvllcg-j
mako during tho ontost. Now t bono of ch(,niinK roun(, lrlp (o San
persons who haio given ou 8ubscrlp:!.Frane, , ' , ,
noun cur cum. mil hi unto iimuuin ui ... ,, , Wna,nr .,n0 j.
ISISD tl tllU llVnil'IM 4MUS.I StJllOl
enmlng Into their homes at tho samo
time. To pmildo for nil such sub
scrlpllnns nml to enahlo candidates to
reap oiery bcnellt from their work,
wo have arranged lo accept and hold
nil such subscriptions, when aerompa
tiled by tho nmount of tho subscrip
tion, for delivery at any future dato
designated by tho subscriber.
Extended Subscriptions Second
Hero Is nn important lip for can-
I)Srlt'T NO. 2.
nro taking n keen Interest In this nf-ltho start or the contest will be willing! T '!ny8 '" "I0, ?'" Metropolis,
tnlr than In niiviiiini? ii.nt i.i.s . in n.i.t ihu., i,0,.ri.io r, i. v All district luno nn equal
gcr periods nnd by securing their suli I T S" ...' r V m"" prlM ,yl" I
scrlptlons you gain mnny oxtrn votes.' '?""' "Ulpniolille.
V'or Instance, a person who ihibscrlb.i
held In tho Territory In yenrs. ami
practically every person will become
just as deeply Interested within the
next three weeks.
No ono Is losing hopo and the differ-
onco of a few thousand votes Is noth
ing, ns It menus but n single subscrip
tion, nnd thero are over three weeks
remaining In which lo secure tho sub
ncriptlons that will enable you to
claim your reward on Juno 22. Ily se
curing two or three new cnrly sub
scrlptlnns right now vou can closo the
chasm Hint separates ou from the
lending ones, oven though this differ
cm a tuny appear big now. And when
ion tako your placo at tho top as tho
leiidor In your district, you aro cor
tain to recclio more help (lorn Intel
esled friends that will provo ot vast
nsslstauco and may bo tho moans, of
our winning I bo prlzo you dcslro A
proat many peoplo nro wnltlng lo help
Ilia young women nnd nro only wait
ecl for, say, thrco months nnd paid
$2.00 secured for you .1000 votes, but
Mrs. I). I'. McGregor, 31 Dlsliop
Mrs, J, K. Hiram. Parker l-nno 8l,7r,0
Helen Nntley, 323 Iluckle I.ino 80.9C0
Iflertrudo Watson, 245 School.. 80,330
Alberta Whollcy, Kort Shnfter. S0.2G0
Mrs. David K. Watson, Witlanao 79,210
Mrs. II Harris, Scholleld Ilka... 70,180
Ulna N'lepcr, 1221 N. King 78,870
Klslo OIT, Alea 7I.4C0
! Consists or Honolulu nnd the
Islnnd of. Oalm rrom tho confer
or Niiuanu Street, Kast. '
Tho prizes that must be won
In this district nro nn elegant
"Itemlngton" playcr-plano; a
perfect $100 diamond ring; n
solid gold ladles' wntcli nnd n
round trip to Kllauca or Hono-
lulu nnd return. .Winners or the
playcr-plnnos havo I ho ptlvllego
of choosing n round trip to San
Francisco, with a stay or ten
days In tho Westorn Metropolis.
All districts havo nn equnl
chanco rof tho Capital prlzo 1012
Agnes Aylett, King St 84,740
It.mllno Voellcr, 830 Young St. 83,800
Mrs. Winters, Junction Candy
Couzlo Souza. Sanitary Steam
Uiulso Zerbo, Iiwcrs & Cooko 82,710
Kvclyn do la Nux, Klnau St... 82,000
Daisy McKcaguc, lGGO Keeau-
moku St 81,170
Mrs, Nanl Kcunu, I'alolo .... 80,150
Klennur Holt, Ixird & Young.. 79.980
Ida Fernandez, Young St 7K.8C0
I'almlra Mattns, 1G83 I.usn ... 77,650
Klziibcth Nlolson, 1407 Nuiiiinu 75,480
Matilda M. Knos, Manna Valley 62,520
Mnrjorlo McOuIro, Odlco Sup
ply Co r 61,260
Clarissa Cummlngs, Wnlklkl .. 56.640
Miss'Yiimamoto, 25 Hotel St. . 55,690
Mrs. Koala Kaal Carter, Hon.
Iron Works 51,150
Ildlth K. Pratt, 1631 Kaiilolanl. 52,600
Alole I'restldgo, 1201 Pun Ijmo 67,8401 Molllo Mossman, Island Curio
.Oeroldlno Neumann, 261G ! ,8i ' ' ",', ,',' '.' ,' ?i'SS
1 Kuunnii n7iinlMlsB luiy Monna Hotel 50,920
COUPON Not good after June 3
THE EVENING BULLETIN
Honolulu, T. II.
GRAND FREE GIFT CONTEST
This Coupon Will Count lor 10 Votoa
Address Dist. No,
Good for 10 voles when filled out and sent to the Kvonlng Hullo
1 1 n office by mall or otherwise on o r before expiration dato. No ballot
will bo altered In any way or transferred after being received by tho Con'
test Munagor. Unless ballot Is carefully trimmed around outside lines Ii
will not be counted.
.Madeline McCandlcss, Mo.inaliui 58,740
Miss Tannku, Alea 52,900
Kia Kcalobn, Children's Hosp, 62,00b
ICIIzabeth Kalekii, Kallbl-kal . . 50,340
Mario Wond, Kiillhl 45,750
Mis. Oco. Kinney, Watortown. 35,580
Kdnu Uluuhclo, 1735 Mllha ....30,860
Mrs. Jas. Kennedy, Kt. Shaftor 30,410
rtnso Solomon, 1731 I.llthn 30,820
Mctn Patterson, Alea 25,620
Helen Kimball, Wnlalua 25,260
Olympla Slha, Iloretana St... 25,140
Mrs. W Galhrnlth, 1628 I.lliha 22,730
MrB. Otto WUscnbcrry, Sclio-
Held Ilurracks 21,920
Marlon A. Kailth, 250.'. Iloso.. 18,360
I.ucy Ilarbor, 1220 Puunul .... 16,590
Allco Ho, 1231 S. Vineyard.... 15,960
Ubblo K Meek, 2330 I.lliha... 15,650
Mrs. Kllzabcth Dunn, Scholleld
, Ilarracks 15,420
Tholmii Mndloy, Sacred Heart
Academy, Kalmukl 15,140
Mrs. Sherry Tyun, 1434 I.lliha. 12,410
Ilobeccii loia, Walanao 10,640
Julia Landrord, 1725 Ullha,... 10,620
Mrs. Dan uougtilailing, 1U6
Holon Zerbo, Davis & Co
Mrs. Annie. Iliuigliton, 1725
Martha Kealoha, Iwilel
Sarah Iloughtulllng, 11 Hobcllo
Nellie Yen Lee. 1078 Judd St. . .
I Until Yap, Kauluwela Lane
', Jonnlo Williams, Vlnoyurd St..
I llattio Annie, Lllllm St
What Is a New Subscriber?
Ior tlio bcnellt or all randldnles wo wish In clearly explain what
will be considered n NKW subscriber;
Any person who was not taking tho II til let In nt tho tlmo
tho contest opened April 17 but who lins or will subscribe slnco
Is n NKW subscriber. Changing tho nnmo Irom ono member or (he
ramlly to another IS NOT NKW. Slopping tho paper which Is be
ing ilcllicred anil ro-ordcrlng under another nnmo nt tho samo nd
dress IS NOT NKW.
Kvcry subscription will bo carefully checked nnd certified and
nny votos secured on subscription turned In ns NKW, which nro In
renllty OLD, will bo mnrked void. In order to bo Tnlr lo nil candl
dales this rule will bo rigidly enforced during tho contcRt.
Mrs.W.P.Wootcn, Ft. Do Itussy 15,260
Mrs. J. S. Johnson, PL linger. 15,240
Maraea F. McChung, Fort St.. 15,150
Mnry Spauldlng, 1317 runahoit 14,490
Mbcrta Miller, Knlulanl Homo 12,200
I.ydla Kg, 2127 Lllllm 12,180
Mnrgarot Kramer, Dlnckshcar's
Hut Shop 11,210
Lulu Drummond, 679 Prospect
Allco Ilrlckwood, Knullnnl
Henrietta Arrudn, 936 8. Queen 9,210
Mrs. P. Mlynke, 1248 Fort .... 5.620
Hilda Smith, 1450 Kort 2.420
Ktbel Carter, Kiiimn St 2,400
Mrs. M. Itnndall, Knglcsldo
Josephine Amos, King Mt 2,000
Kvn McCorrlston, 1004 Punch
Miss Keating. Bishop & Co. ... 2,000
Florence Lu Han, Puniilinu. . .. 2,000
Kllzabcth Hugo, Knivnlnhno
Margaret Fowler. Kawnlahao
Kdlth Naonc, Kawnlahao St. . . 2,000
DlSTItlt'T NO. S.
CnnslstR of tho Islands or
Kauai and Maul.'
The prizes that must bo won
In this district are an elogant
"Itemlngton" player-piano; a
perfect $100. diamond ring; a
solid gold ladles' 'watch nnd n
round trip to Kllaucn or Hono-
lulu nml return. .Winners of tho
plnyor-plnnos havo tho privilege,
of choosing n round trip to Snn
Frnnclsco, with a Btny of ten
days In tho Westorn Metropolis.
All dlstrlcU havo nn equal
chance tor tlio Capllnl prlzo 1012
Miss L. P. Aklna, Wnlmea.
Lcslio Iwin, Knliuliil, Mnut .,.
Addlo Carlcy, I'ala, Maul ....
Ixiulso Iloblnson, Pnln, Maul.,
draco Cluing, Llliue, Knunl ,.
Mrs. A. M. Da V;co, Kckahn,
Mary Nuncs, I'ala, Maul
Ilcrtlm IlcUcrs, Makawotl
L. Kcohl Hart, Walluku, Maul..
Kmmu A. Chang, Llhuo, Kauai.
Irmn Wodchousc, Wnlluku,
Adeline lloso, Ijilialna
Mrs. II. A. Kelchclt, Llhuo
Ilatblnn Ferniimlcz, Pnln, Maul
Ida Williams, Pain, Maul
Itose Hocking, I'ala, Maul ....
Ftelln Pndgett, Maknwoll,
Cecilia Akin, Kulaupnpa
Miss K. E. Ed.wnrds, Kllauca,
Kauai .. .....iii t.
Lcllani Weight, Walluku, Matil
Dolly Mala, liana
Mrs. Nancy Itoback, Kcanao,
Mrs. W. J. Goodlnto, Knlaupa-
p.i, Moloknl 45.510
Itachcl T. Klakona, I'enlil, Maul 42,860
Dorn. Meyer, Walluku 42.360
Mattlc Jordan, Kckaha, Kauat, 40,920
Mrs. F, Crnwford. Wnlluku ... 30,100
Miss L. Keating, Kllaucn, Knual 25,290
Adeline Corrca, Llhuo 14,230
Miss II. Tcftt, Kllauca, Kauai.. 2.010
Miss Wilcox, Walluku 2,000
DISTINCT 0. I.
Consists of nil or tho Island
Tho prizes that must bo won
In this district are pu
perfect $100 diamond ring; n
"Hcmlngton" plnjcr-plann; a
solid gold Indies' watch and n
round trip to Kllnucn or Hono-
lulu and return. .Winners or tho
playor-plnnejs havo the privilege
of choosing a round trip lo San
Frnnclsco, with a stny or ten
days In tho Westorn Metropolis
All districts havo nn equal
chanco ror tho Cnplthl prlzo 1912
Mnlnmta M. Coloman, Kohnla. . K3.80O
Mrs. Mary F. Lclto, llllo 83,380
Amy F. Williams, llllo 83,290
Kiutaloha Akunii, llllo 82,510
Mrs. John Oaboler) Holualoa.. 79,670
Mrs. P. C. Ileamer, llllo 75,210
CJueenlo Sharratt, Kamuola.... 72,510
Jlrs. Maudo Slsslon, Mt. Vlow.. 56,970'
Maraea Knmaknwlwpolo, Hono-
Helen Wntson, Olnn 53.270
Allco It. Qulnn, Kohnln .!.... 52,170
Kirs. K. S. Cnpcllns, Ilaknlau.. 50,220
Maria Hell, Kawalabae 47,290
Miss Williams. Hnnnkaa 42,000
Louise Melnecke, Walohlnu ... 40,220
Annie Napier, llllo 35,860
Mary Kalllma, Kurtlstown .... 35,690
Mrs. Win. J Stone. llllo 35,300
ll'mlly Kwnllko, llllo 32,320
l.lcnnlo Mcdclros, ML Vlow .. 30,950
'Jennto Williams, Kolmla 30,820
Lily Moses, Lnupahochoc 30,620
Winifred Livingstone, Knm'uclii 30,580
fsilllnn iln llntnn lnlmla !M'M(l
Ilcrtlm Henderson, Knhnlau .. 25.320
Allco .llattlc, llllo 22,310
Miss M. Thomas, llllo 30,4.70
Mrs Gloria Qiilnl 16,060
I Jennie Qaspar, Honomu, Hawaii 12,100
1 Ilutli Klderts, Kapoho 2.000
,i r .
Special Extra Vote Offer
Positively the Best Offer of the Contest on
A Splendid Opportunity for Every, Candidate
Aras Windsor. Illackshear's
Hat Shop 49,360
Agnes M. Johnson, 1252 Young 47,660
Kntherlna Ilnblns, Kalmukl.... 46,610
lloso La Hong, 1436 Alexandor 46,390
Mary Ah Ping, Normal School 45,640
Allco Puklko, Kalulanl Homo. 40,280
Miss Aknl, Green Lnno 40,250
Kthcl Csnnon, Sach's Dry
Goods Co 41,360
Kllzabcth Daniels. Arlolgh's... 35,610
Kdnn Hrtlwn, Y.W.C.A. Homo-
Btead, s. .,, 33,220
Mrs. Ilnssen, Fort Do Hussy.,. 30,920
Marie L. Lewis, 1575 Lusltunn.. 30,800
Ada Korshnor. 1177 Alakca St. 32,640
Carrio Dunn, Central Grammar
Claire Horry, O, It. & L 30,320
Kvolyn Heart, 1433 Kaplolanl.. 28,520
winnio Todd, Hawaiian Nows
Mlnnlo Uirsen, Hotel St 27,680
MrB. Paul Smith, Sach's Dry
Goods Co 27,610
Molllo Illock ,451 Hotel ; 26,490
Mrs. nutman, Jordan's 26,410
Mrs. Jas, nice, Illom's 25,520
Mrs. Grace Kison, 618 King .. 25,490
Mrs. Ilunnun, Ft. Do Itussy... 25,080
Mrs K. S. Sykes, Ft. linger . . 25,060
iviinoiniina Illacklo, Ulsliop &
2,360 Daisy Smith, 1150 Fort 22,310
Mrs. Dr. Tuttlo, Ft. Do Hussy.. 22,190
6,090 Eva Gonsulies, 648 S. Herctanln 20,450
2,050 Adclo Wlcko, 1071 Klnau 20,340
2.000Hachel Wllklns, 1885 Kalakaim 16,950
i.OOOFIoronio Abbey, Kuullanl Homo 16,210
Value of Subscription Payments
THE EVENING BULLETIN
THE IIULIjETIN daily
i Amount Votes (llicn
l'rlcc New Old
Ono Month $ .75 700 350
Thrco Months .. 2.00 3,000 1,500
Six Months .... 4.00 10,000 5,000
Ono Year 8.00 25,000 12,500
Two Years 16.00 60,000 30,000
I'rlco New Old
One Year $12.00 36,000 18,000
Two Years 24,00 85,000 42,000
Changing rrom tlio Wookly Bu
sldorod a NKW subscription, Suhscr
tho It u 1 1 o 1 1 n ofllco or paid to tho
THE BULLETIN WEEKLY
Amount Votes (llien
l'rlcc .Now Old
Six Months $ .60 700 350
Ono Year ...... 1.00 1,500 750
Two Years 2.00 3,000. 1,600
Ono Year $ 2.00 3,500 1,500
Two Years 4.00 10,000 5,000
1 1 o 1 1 n to tho D n 1 1 y will bo coij-
Iptlons must, bo sent by mall, paid at
candldato In person. "
For seven days only, beginning WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, and ending MAY 29, at 9 p. m., In addi
tion to tho vote glvsn on subscriptions according to tho sbove schedule, we make to contestants the
following offeri t
We. will give each and every contestant an extra ballot of 60,000 votes who turn into the EVEN
ING BULLETIN office five old twelve-month dally subscriptions, or 30 old weekly subscriptions for
one year each, between May 22 and May 29, ,
We will give each and tvtry contestant an extra' ballot of 25,000 votes who tu.r.n In five old six
months' subscriptions between the above dates, or 15 old weekly subscriptions for one year "oacli.
Nothingness than six months' subscriptions will apply on this offer.
This Is an opportunity to catch the leaders. 'Take advantage of It. Yearly subscriptions count
two for six months. This is an opportunity to get extra votes by a little effort. '
The subscriptions should not be held back until the last day, but should be turned In as soon as
secured. An accurate account will be kept of all subscriptions turned In by contestants.
The Contost Department will Issue extra ballots after thl's offer closes and mail same to contest
ants entitled to them.
Candidates are not restricted as to the number of clubs they secure, but will be given crodlt for
all they secure.
Two.yesr weekly or dally subscriptions will count as two years on olfer. Likewise longer term
subscriptions will count as so many years on offer.
Contest Department, Evening Bulletin, Honolulu, T.H-
t,JtaiJ&''!tn ! iniliiiiiu'JiQnwHW. '.- . i- .w,. ii.64Mai.Hiw rsaifcu .. it uettkuiv MkMi-.i-,i.ltJimtiit':i,u:.smMruJik ?iausiirfiSi.ao'jSjteL it Y'i i yj, j-fe'f 'gjtj, its. Wif i frriiM i ' tu,