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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1911612.
CAPITAL PRIZE "REGAL" READY
WAITING FOR AN OWNER
ARRANGEMENTS COMPLETED FOR THE TURNING OVER TO THE WINNER
THE HANDSOME CAPITAL PRIZE AUTOMOBILE IMMEDIATELY
AFTER THE DECISION OF THE JUDGES AS TO WHICH
IS ENTITLED TO IT
FINAL CLUB OFFER CLOSES NEXT SATURDAY NIGHT
Final Standings Before the Finish Will Appear Next Monday
These Standings Will Include Votes Received Up to
12 O'clock Sunday Excrement Grows Intense and Ev
eryone Is Interested In the Outcome.
The one Kront tliliiK fr every can- uml nlsn Hint Hie corneal department ,. , .. ... ..,rkr t -., too or,ft
dldnte In the I u 1 1 e t I n's (Irand may have ample I lino lo wall upon , ' ,i , J, ., . . ..? .I-..?'.
Popularity CumpalKU lo keep III niliiil cniHllilates and their rrlcnils ileslrluK
Just now Ih tlie closing of the IMlial to serure linllotH on subscriptions.
IllK Club Offer of Hie Contest, which J)() N0T pomx THAT THK
will come in an enu neai nuimiui;
Kvn (lunsnlves, CIS S. Ilerolanln 00,1)20
Henrietta Arruda, D39 S. Queen 59,210
Mollle Illock, 451 Hotel r,8,990
Frnnclsco, with a stay of ten Mm. Jas. nice. Mom's 55,890
days In the Western Metropolis. Mrs, .;, s. Sykea, Ft. linger . . 55,490
Mollle. MoBSinan, Island Curio
All districts have nn equal
chance for the Capital prize 1912 1
"Regal" automobile 1
MrH. II. Harris, Scholleld llks. .127,990
Adele Wlcke, 1071 Klnail 52.CS0
Miss Riley, Moana Hotel 51,890
Minnie Todd, Hawaiian News
Mrs. Paul Kmltti, Bach's Dry
(loodn Co 50.0C0
night, Juno 15, at U o'clock sharp. This
COt'NT OK VOTKS NKXT SUNDAY
olTer shown the wny tii success for e- AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON II.I, UK
cry candidate, and any one. by Inking Till-: LAST 1'NTII, THK CONTKST
Mrs. David K. WatKon,Walaiiae.l2C,020 Marie 'I.. Uiwls, 1575 I.UBltnnn 47,420
Gertrude Watson, 245 School. . 12.i,940 Uachel Wllklns, 1885 Kalnkaua 40,160
Mrs. I). I'. McGregor, 31 lllshop ra. Dr. Tuttle, Kt. I)e Hussy.. 4D.J90
Ijine I2A.1T0 ' Kthel Cannon, Sach's Dry
H..I.... ...!....' .,'.,., i','..' ..',.'.'.", '..'.'.' .7,. '...l Goods Co 42,040
.iur.u.ii.),o..i..n:niuidiui.l.l,u .,. ,, lr,.,. 42.490
I. ... f ..... . .. . .
advnntagu of Its provisions, can win iu ovrtt AVI) VOTKS IN' OIlDKll ,....,..'..:. ... i-j.juu Lulu Druinniond, 079 Prospect
any of the prizes, tl Is nn opportunl- .,.,.,.. ,i iv riivw I ot T i' ' r' . ' "' s ;;;;':w,'"l St 40,890
ty very liberal in tls provisions nn.l 10 A' "-.Alt IN 1III.SK I-AS1 Geraldlne Neumann. 2610 lA(lil Kerahner. 1177 Alakca St. 33,400
no candidate. Is restricted ns to the STANDINGS. Ml'ST UK IN THIS OK- Nminnii 122,220 Mr8 nca9en, Kort Do Hussy... 31,860
number of trlnies she may ininllfy for KICK I1Y THAT HOUR. A."K'.r,u...NSIl.uII'7'...1'.ort Slmfter.121,030 wilhelralna lllackle, lllshop &
Subscrltlous, to count on this of-
.. i. .mi. r -l- I... iiiiiiBeuieiiin ll
"" "Bl "", ':.:", r". ,"", ., , u " "' Immediate delivery
III Mtl'l. UtIU lilting iu ivvii -
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wane wonti, iauni VU.23U i r 31 "40
Martha Kealohu. Iwllcl 91.260 ..r' ' ;,"L ' '"n'ilLi'''i.''.'.M
Arrangements have been completed Km Kealoha. Children's Hosp. 90 420 "li??, "' " """',m
Capital Prize Ready and Waiting.
office by the hour above mentioned.
Hut, to Klve the outside candidates
tho same amount of time to work on
this offer as will be enjoyed by the1
them all new
months or over, anil apply thorn on
this otlcr, If they are mailed 11Y 9
o'clock on the night of Juno 15. In
other words, wo will accept the post
mark or postmaster's Mgnnture on the
outside of the envelope or package ns
siliriclcnt evidence Hint the rules of
the offer have been complied with.
Hut ISo envelope, or packago must
show that It was mailed HY 9 o'clock.
Two now six months' subscriptions
will count as a year on this offer and
two-year subscription or longer-term
subscriptions will count for tho num
ber of years they are. paid for.
Read Very Carefully.
Tho coupons have now nppcared for
the last tlmo and In order to count
must bo received nt this oltlco not la
ter than C p. m. on tho night of Satur
day, Juno 15. Hut outsido candidates
are allowed to have their tlnnl cou
pons In by Sunday, Juno 16.
This means tho coupons clipped
Irom the paper. Tho subscription bal
lots and special-offer ballots aro good
right up to tho closo of the contest.
Juno 22. Do not mlsunderstnud this
THK DAILY COUPONS CMPPKD
KItOM THK PAPUlt Ml'ST IIK UK
VffiSITKD OH SUNT TO THIS OK
KICK NOT LATKU 1 HAN 6 O'CLOCK
NKXT SATURDAY NIGHT. OH KOU
OUTSIDE CANDIDATES NOT LA
TER THAN SUNDAY, JUNE 10, HUT
THE SUHSCHIPTION AND SPECIAL
OKKEH HALLOTS DO NOT HAVE TO
UK DEPOSITED AT THAT TIME.
THKY ARK GOOD RIGHT UP TO
THK CLOSE. '
Votes received mi to 12 o'clock Sun
day will appear In Monday's paper.
After this count on Sunday, tho ballot
box will be sealed and the key depos
lied In a local bank until the close ol
tho contest, on Satnrdny, Juno 22, aft
er which It will bo taken from Its
rostlng-placo by tho Judges, n commit
tco of prominent businessmen, who
will have entire charge of the llual
count, which will bo held In tho busi
ness office of tho It ii 1 1 o 1 1 ii . start
ing at 8 o'clock on the night of Wed
nesday, Juno 26. These men, whoso
names will bo announced shortly, will
hnvo entire charge' of tills final count,
which will determine tho winners of
tho handsomo 1912 completely-ecpilp-ped
"Regal Underslung," the four ele
gant $550 "Remington" player-pianos,
or tho four round trips to San Kran
Cisco; tho handsomo and perfect $100
diamond rings; the solid gold Indies'
watches and the round trips to Kllati
ea or Honolulu and return.
Tho standings of candidates as they
appear In next Monday's paper will
bo published each day thereafter
without change. This is done so thai
f no one will have any knowledge ns to
the reserve-vote of varloiiB candidates
of tho Edna Uluahele, 1735 Llllha ... 88.940 ,,,", ,,""' '0",V V t! 30V0
11?" 1912 m,..i..i M'r..M.n...o i 1.... nun Uaire uerry, u. it. i ju.j.u
handsome "Itegnl Underslung" 1912 Madeline M'Candless, Muannlua 88.440
eiiinpletely-eipilppeil touring-car Cnpl- Miss M. Tnnnkn, Alea 8,r.,780
tal Prize to Hie young woman whom Olympla Sllva, Ileretnula St. .. 82.090
the Judges decide is entitled to this Llbbie K. Meek. 2330 Llllha .. 82.6601
1 " ...!.. .11.1 .........I .... 1...... Ol? MM. I.. nnn I,.,.. ..n -.. .... ..1
u'n will nrritiit mmi ' ' ' ' ' . : ...". w.,, ..,.. u.,,v.
milmrrlntlons of six, L,'"1B ,ll8l,,1'ei1 nt "o Rorugc of II, Hose Solomon, 1731 Llllha 81,780
, . . .,. I l)ttlirlrk' I. til rriT 11 or Of Mur'lllltir T in inn T ttnll.tr CnnA.I llonxt
nnd Alakea streets, and may bo viowed Academy, Kalmukl 77,890
there by candidates and their friends. Marlon A. Knuth, 2."i0.' Rose .. 75,690
This car Is complete In every re- Mrs. Geo. Kinney, Wntertown. 74.U00
spect. nnd those who have seen It hnvo Meta Patterson, Alea 07,990
been taken with its classy lines and Julln Lnndford, 1725 Llllha ... 06,240
handsome appearance. Every cnndl- Mrs. W. Galbralth, 1628 Llllha. 61,040
date who desires to know Just what Amy Awal, Wiilalua 60,890 !
11- in store ror her ir sIio puts rorth nn Elizabeth Kaltka, Kallhl-kal .. 52,440
effort during these final days should Rebecca lopa, Wiilunne 41,460
make It a point to call and view thla Mrs. Dan Houghtalllng, 1035
handsome award, and after viewing Morris Lnlie 40,570
Its beauties, she will make up her Mrs. Sherry Tyan, 1434 Llllha. 39,480
mind more firmly than ever Hint It Mrs. Jas. Kennedy, Ft. Shaffer 30,430
must he hers. Alice Ho, 12.14 S. Vineyard 29,340
Cash Your Promises. Mrs. Annie Hnughtou, 1725
NOW Is the lime to approach all ''" 'M
thoso who have iimmlieil vim huIi. Mrs. Otto Wlsscnberry, Scho-
f.crlptions before the eloso of tho con
test. Promises are all right If they
aro kept, and right now Is when you
want to cash these promises, for you
want every posslblo new subscription
Mrs. liitiinum, Kt. Do Hussy... 30,080 1 In this district are ao elei
Mrs. J. S. Johnson, Kt. Rugor. 20.420 1 M ?' ! Aklnn' W,,"nG"'1,(9 I-erfect 100 diamond ring; n
Florence Abbey, Kaullanl Homo lelO1.,! "T m' nvi" K-fc-hl. it "I?!!tD,ll,,i,?nr iip,.a,er.Ptn0 t
Alton. Miller Kalulanl Home HiBO'".' M D V,C0' Kcktthn'.. J . "" 81 5 walh tt?d.a
1 "uuiu i.p.j t roimo trip 10 nnauea nr iiono-
.Mrs. r. .niyiiKe, i.i run .... m.-w i,uso Uoblnson, Pala, Maul. .127,330
Lydla He, 2427 Llllha 12,890 Mnry Nlincg. i.nin. Mnlli 12C.7I0
Adeline Hose, Lnhnlna 126,440
t.nllinil Wright. Wnlliikii. Mnnl 126(1(1(1
Hilda Smith 1450 Fort ....... 5,680 u KcqM wlluku. Maul.125,420
Alice llrlckwood, Kaullanl
Elizabeth Hugo, Kawalahao
Dorothy G. Wood, Seaside Hotel 6,040
Edith Naonc, Knwalnhao St. .. 4,000
MrB. M, Randall, Engleslde
Ethel Carter, Emma St 2,400
Mnrgaret Fowler. Kawalahao
Kvn, McCorrlston, 1904 Punch
Miss Keating, lllshop & Co. ... 2,000
Florence Lu linn, Puliation.... 2,000
DISTRICT Ml. X.
t- Consists of tho Islands of
Kauai and Maul.
i' XUo prlzeB that must be won
In this district are an elegant
8 "Remington" player-ulano: a
perfect $100 diamond ring; a
-t- solid gold ladles' watch and n
round trip to Kilauen or Ilono-
4 lulu and return. .Winners of the
player-pianos have Hie privilege
of choosing a round trip to San
Francisco, with n stay of ten
days In the Western Metropolis.
Ali districts have an equal
chance for the Capital prize 1912
Ida Williams, Pala, Maul 123,930
Emma A. Chang, Llhue, Knunl, 122,800
Irraa WodohoUBe, Wnlluku,
Dolly llala, Hann 119,010
Addle Cnrley, Pala, Maul 118,780
Mrs. II. A. Relchelt, Llhue
Ucrtha Heifers, Makawell
Kauai v.... 101,810
Grace Chang, Llhue, Kauai ... 98,790
Cecilia Akin, Knlaupapa 98,500
Mattto Jordan, Keknha, Kauai. 96,000
Mrs. Nancy Roback, Kennne,
Mrs. W. J. Goodhue, Kalaupa-
pa, Molokal 94,590
Rose Hocking, Pala, Maul .... 92,990
Lesllo Lewis, Kahulul. Maul .. 91,690
Stella Padgett, Makawell,
Kauai ..... 91,860
llalblua Fernandez, Pala, Maul 87,410
Miss E. E. Edwards, Kllauea,
Adeline Correu, Llhue 56,580
Rachel T. Klakona, Pcahl, Maul 55,850
Miss L. Keating, Kllauea, Ktuut 43,000
Miss II. Tefft, Kllauea. Kauai.. 3,840
Miss Wilcox. Walluku 2,000
DISTRICT XO. 4.
Consists of all of tho Island
The prizes that must bo won Ruth Klderts, Kupoho 3,640
t- lulu nnd return. .Winners of the
plnyer-plnnos have the privilege
of choosing a round trip to San
Francisco, with a stay of ten
days In the Western Metropolis.
All districts have an equal
chance for the Capital prize 1912
Maraea Kamakawlwoole, llono
Helen Watson, Olnn 127,900
Quccnlo Sharrat, Kamueln ...127,830
Amy F. Williams, Hllo 127.700
Allco It. Qulnn, Kohnla 127,240
Malanle M. Colemnn, Kolmla .,126,620
Mrs. Mary T. Lclte, Hllo 126,220
Mrs. John Gabeler, Molualoa .104510
Kuualoha Akana, Hllo 102,930
Molllo Thomas, Hllo 102,150
Jennie Caspar, Iloiioniu, Hawaii 98,030
Mary Naitlma, Kurtlstown .... 97,360
Maria Hell, Knwalhae 91,620
Lily Mowry, Laupnhochoo .... 91,920
Mrs. E. S. Capellas. Hakalau.. 90,960
Mrs. P. C. Reamer, Hllo 90,520
Mrs. Maude SIsBlun, Mt. View.. 79,940
Louise de llama, Koliala 72,460
Annie Napier, Hllo
Mrs. Gloria Quint, Hllo
Louise Melnecke, Walohlnu
Emily Kwnllko, Hllo
Mrs. Win. J. Stone, Hllo ...
Jennlo Williams, Koliala 36,000
Allco Hattle, Hllo 23,410
Llzzlo Uurman, Hllo 12.590
Held Ilarracks 22,000
Lily Clilng, 1511 Kauluwela
Mrs. Elizabeth Dunn, Schofleld
yon can hccuro to npply on this last Slral1 Houglitalllng, 11 Kobello
club oiler. Tell these people who
have promised you subscriptions that
Nellie Yen Lee, 1078 Judd St... 10,580 1
NOW IS THE TIME WHEN YOU ,,e,,in ZPrue- l,nvlB uo "7lul
NEED THEIR HELP and show them ut ' VV"" ? ,, .'TiXi
how necessary such help Is at tho ',,1!",' a''- Kauluwela Ijine. ... 2,100
present time. Then, too, when tho lln- ol vla Houghtnlllng, Houghtall-
Ish approaches there will bo so many . '"s, 'iu"4, "".:,' VW." v2k'
things to think of that you may forget Jonnle Williams, lneyard St.. 2,000,
some of these promises. Theso peo
ple who have mado them aro Interest
rd In you, but If you ro not see them
NOW they may forcgt In the excite
ment Hint Is certain to attend the
close, and you will lose votes and
I osslbly a prlzo Just because you neg
lected to see them. -All
All the candidates who were enter
ed In the campaign nt tho beginning
of theso last two weeks were there
with tho determination of winning
one of the magnificent prizes. All
thoso who nt first thought they could
win without an effort, nnd who later
learned mat wniio there might bo
DISTRICT XO. 2. 1
Consists of Honolulu and the
! Island of Oahu from tho center '
of Nuunnu Street, East.
The prizes that must be won
In this district are an elegant
"Remington" player-piano; a
perfect 100 diamond ring; a
i solid gold ladles' watch and a
round trip to Kllauea or Hono-
lulu and return. .Winners of the
player-pianos have the liilvlleKe
votes for them It would lie nereaanrv of choosing a round trln to San
to go among their friends nnd gather Francisco, with a stay of ten
up the harvest of ballots, have follow- days In the Western Metropolis.
d a plan of effort. All districts have un equal
.. .......... . clllince for the Capltnl prize 1912
184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.4.4.4. 4. 18.104.22.168. 4. ..ncgal.. automobile.
DISTRICT NO. 1.
Consists of Honolulu and the Eleanor Holt. Lord & Younc. 128.530
Island of Oahu from the center Kvelyn de la Nux, Klnail St. ..127,710
of Nuunnu Street. West. Couzle Souza, Sanitary Steam
PRIZKS j Laundry 120,400
The prizes that must be won Duiy McKeague, 1556 Keeau-
In this district are an elegant 'ku 125,910
"Remington" player-piano; a "lr,li "inters, junction Candy
pei feet $100 diamond ring; a , bt,()ro 125,110
solid gold ladles' watch and a f " ?? ?.e.rb,.' I'owcr & Cooke.122,790
round trip to Kllauea or Hono- ? a.tlld" x'l K."03" ,a',oa Valley.122,490
lulu and return. .Winners of the ."""'r.il ""A'08- ?3 I.uso ...121,220
iilaver-nianos havs the nrlvlleEi "" """' ,ve1111"- I'aiaio VMfi-M
o choosing a round trii to San Clurl88a Cuinmlnga. Walklkl ..120.290
. or ciioosint, a round trip to ban f K1zttbeth Nclgonii407 Kunaiiu.118.030
Pauline Vocllor, 830 Young St.. 117,630
Mrs. Keala Kaal Carter. Hon.
I Iron Works 115,560
Ida Fernandez, Young St 105,970
Rose Le Hong, 1436 Alexaudcr.103,220
Miss Akal, Green I-ane 95,390
Carrie Dunn, Central Grammar
1 School 92,040
Edith E. Pratt. 1031 Kaplolanl. 92,030
Agnes Aylett, King St 91,640
Miss Yamnmoto, 25 Hotel St. .. 86,000
Evelyn Heart, 1433 Kaplolanl.. 82.0S0
Knthcrine Robins, Kalmukl ... 81,770
Aras Windsor, Rlnckshear's
Hat Shop 76,940
Agnes M. Johnson, 1252 Young. 75,840
Mary Ah Ping, Normal School. 72,240
Mlnnlo Larsen, 479 Holol St... 71,770
Daisy Smith, 1450 Fort 70,420
Maraea F. McChung, Fort St. . . 65,910
Allco Paklko, Kalulanl Home.. 62,690
Mrs. Grace Elson, 618 N. King 61,980
Elizabeth Daniels, Arlelglit'a .. 61,960
Edna lirown, Y.W.C.A. Home
Marjorlo McGulre, Office Sup
The Last Club Offer of Contest !
The One Great Opportunity for the Hustlers
OVER $4,500 IN PRIZES
The 1912 "Regal Uiiilcrsliing," fully equipped.
The four "0 "Itcmliiidou" Phi) cr.l'Is lies (eue gluu lu ciich ilKlrlrl.
The four 1(100 (ieuulne llliiuiond Rings (one for each ilMrlct)
The four Solid Oulil Watches (one ghen lu each UUtrlctf
'Ike four Round Trips to Kllauea or Honolulu (eue for each district)
Thousands of People Work Years to Save What You Can Earn in the Next Three Weeks
Every Club of Five New Yearlies Obtains 50,000 Extra Votes
Every Club of Five New Six Months Obtains 25,000 Extra Votes
Only n few mere du)s left of the Rig Conlesl. Kiery candidate should put forth her grand est efforts. The
winners luiiy be decided by one day's effort. Fiery subscription counts. 'on Is the time to catch the lenders.
Re a winner. Call on nr write nil jonr friends today, the) will be glad to asnltt )Oii to nin one , of these Elegant
Prizes. They lire worth the effort.
VALUE OP SUBSCRIPTION PAYMENTS
THE EVENING BULLETIN
DAILY DULLETIN WEEKLY BULLETIN.
Amount Votes Given. Amount Votes Given.
Price. New. Old. Price. New. Old.
One Month $.75 700 350 Six Months $.60 700 350
Three months ... 2.00 3,000 1,500 0ne Year 1.00 1,500 760
81x "onlh 9 !J?99. '? Two Year. 2.00 3,000 1,500
One Year 8.00 25,000 12,500
Two Y.srs 16.00 60,000 30,000 Throo Year 3.00 4,600 2,250
Three Years ....24,00 100,000 60,000 Four Years 4.00 10,000 6,000
Four Years 32.00 160,000 76,000 Five Year 5.00 11,500 5,750
Five Years 40.00 225,000 112,500
ForelBn Post-paid: Qne yMp 20Q
ne Year 12.00 36,000 18,000 Tvv0 year 4.00 10,000 5,000
Two Years 24.00 85,000 42,000 . . .,
Three Year. 36.00 160,000 80,000 Three Year. 6.00 13,000 6,500
Four Year. 48.00 275,000 138,000 Four Year. 8.00 25,000 12,500
Five Year. 60.00 310,000 160,000 Five Year. 10.00 30,000 15,000
Changing from the Weekly Bulletin to the Dally Hill be coiuMcrrd a MW subscription,
inscriptions must U sent by mall, poldat the Bulletin office or paid to the canJIJate In pel son.
SI'KCIAIi NOTICE TO AM, CONTESTANTS.
Extended .suWrlntlons will appl) on this offer for the iniiiilier of months they are extended nroiidlng llivj
lire extended ut least (i months. Mark stubs "second liniment" when timilnf lu to oftlce.
THE GREAT CLUB OFFER
Starting June Cth, for ten days onl), and ciidlnc June 15th, at 9:00 I'. M., lu addition to the loles Klven ou still. '
'.HerlntlouN aeeonllng to the iihou- schedule, we make the contestants the fullowliif; offer: Ve will ttlu each and
eiery eoiitestant an extra ballot of 5,000 wites who turns In to the EuhiIiik 11 ul let In oftire the neiv, twclie
month dally subscrlptlous, or 90 new one.) ear weekly subscriptions, between June Cth mid June 15th.
Wo will also Kite each and eiery contestant an extra ballot of '.15,000 votes who turns In Ihe new six months
dally siihscrlptloiis or 15 new one-year weekly subscriptions between the nhoio dates. Yearly subscriptions count
for lo six months.
These subscriptions should not be held buck until the last day of offer but should be turned In us secured.
An ncriirate account will be kept of all subscriptions turned In by yieli contestant.
During this offer It will be absolutely necessary In order to recede extra loles, thut the candidates names be
mentioned when subscriptions are turned In. Tills offer Is for new subscriptions only, turned In between the
nliote dates. The contest department will Issue the extra ballots after this offer closes and mall same to the con.
(eslants entitled to them.
Subscriptions must be bona tide, new subscriptions to npply ou this offer.
This offer closes June 15. Contest closes June 22, 9 p.m. sharp
:zz - ii'inff mwiih ! wnim fiwn i