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HONOLULU STAn nrLT.KTIX. SATIVJDAY. DEC. -JO. lst.T. rirmi 8TA!? BULLFTirg BUN WINS HONOR BOY SCOUTS TO TAKE 'ST. LOU!" COLLET. E FART U UALIHIM ! ALUM'. I CUCIS IT CHRISTMAS TREE OFF ICtfl J I itlM j OVER-NIGHT -4 .Ladies FOR H!S SKILL IN AO-illll CABLE If the Advertiser Tift U ... l.f.f iir!3 ! I- Kf . ' 4 . I - 1 I IT- ' . 4 . BEWARE OF IMITATIONS Be sure to note that the "Phoenix" label is on one of the toes of each pair of Phoenix hose you buy; and that the hose come in the Piiotnix parpl '.. ; .'. c Some dealers try. to trade on the "Phoenix reputation by- substituting Inferior r goods and calling them Phoenix. Don't be taken In. ... .. T. . . John P. Gomes Takes Place in Contest That Attracted 196 Entries Mr : I, A RIQM SOLE AGENTS -; . -Cor Fort and Hotel "v:. f otei. . . v IV - f t - ' 7 Or r m - ' - . -1. . . - " - :' H. . ; -V' LADIES' . PUMPS ; . Some exceptional values here received ex Lurliner just in time fcr 'Christmas festivities. 'f We offer them In : , 'i v . i, , DiTFNT r.il P. i n . . ' - ' . t - CLACK SATiN - I GUN METAL' CALF WHITE CANVAS . '.H'US FORT ABOVE K1NQ STIErr;; :;i' - Jshs T. Cwum. iwrriaaa of ccporlac room ia t ymtaat street eDce of Ue l!oaola: Biar Dolictia. bas Jt woa slasl boaora la conpetltloa vita ZM ocLer soem bera of bia profession tbrocibout tbe United States aad Cinsda Com petlaj in one of tba Inland iTtatrr't noted ad-aetUng contests, be . baa ccme oat focrtb and missed first place by only a narrow tsaixin. - - Tbe Inland Printer la tba teadlns trade Journal In tbe printing tad allied Industries, and tbe announce raenf of tbe contest fa made la the December lssne. Under tbe rules of. the contest a small advertisement of a banking and investment business was called for and "copy" submitted to tbe printers throughout tbe coun try. The feat of setting up a neat display ad from the copy , was a did calt one, but' ho less than 196 differ ent ads were submitted, men invery cityvjmd practically every town in America; competing. Each competitor was required to send , 200 slips of each of his- entries and , these .slips were made up into sets and mailed to every; other v competitor. The win ning specimens were then determined by a- vote 'among the competitors themselves, all practical . judges, each voting what ads he thought were best among those submitted to him. Three points were awarded to each ad se lected - for first place, a two for each second and one for each; third... . ' f Jack" Gomes; as be iswell-known In the Honolulu : shops.' p won fourth place with 34 points. Hi W.'Hawley of juong ; Beach. CaL, won ' first . place and second and, third ' places , were taken ; by a; man from Wichita' Falls, Jexas, anda man from Detroit, Mich. As a further proof of Gomes fine work, bis criticism of the ads sub j mitted to him was. nearly perfect, for be selected for first place the , man who : actually ; won first ; by: the votes of the competitors.' Ke selected for second , place the man Who .won sixth, and for third1 place the' man who won tenth, j The .winner of the first- prize dldnt choose a man in the first three nor did tbe second .winner choose a man in the first five, ' While the third nian chose the second and fifth men f or:flrst -and second ' place .? respective- ; ly Thus Gomes Judgment was shown ' to ta splendid;: ".- :v:-;"r. - ;y j 1 'The customer, whose advertisement i was used also made a selection but the ad ; that he 1 picked as vthe best 'didn't get a single vote from the prac jtical'men of the Industry. .rP s I . Gomes' Is: a local 'V boy .; and has ; learned his trade and t learned i; it J well in- Honolulu f He -was born'in (Hawaii in 1886 -and learned the prints ing and ad-setting, trade in the office 4 of the -x Hawaiian - Star. ; He became foreman of ' the Star-Bulletin branch i office when the -' two: papers were amalgamated. V He is vice-president of. Honolulu Typographical Union No. i 37; and is ; a progressive young manj He ia a student of the I. T. u. course and has won prizes , in Inland .Printer contests .twice previously. r - He- took second place in 5 Ad. Con test No 31 in January, 191i; the 'prin ters themselves acting ; as ', judgss. About a hundred printers entered this contest He missed first place . by only ''three points. In ' September of the same ' year ne was? awarded seventh place 1 in Ad. Contest No. - 33, by three judges se lected to pass upon the ads. One of the judges was Roland S. Hall, In charge' of advertising at the Interna tional Correspondence Schools, Scran ton,' Pa. -'About 150 printers entered this-contest ,; ir .,.',:: V Outside of winning la ad."! contests be, also won fourth prize in a letter head contest conducted by the ;Pro-jp-esslve Printer of St Louis, Md,The prize was a .cash award. ' ' k '-: . :r A few months later he was award ed 'thirteenth place in a title-page contest conducted by the same people. He was also given a cash .prize .for this. In June of this year he entered , a cover-page contest conducted by the Inland Printer. In this contest, about five hundred printers entered. " In all th judges had 104S specimens to pass on."- Out of fourteen selected for honorable mention Gomes was one. IF tf..v. f.t.-.t I. Cfl 4Mt !. I I . I .,$ it fca- mad Wrrbjf l A-mti I ---ru f r W . r ti a TwWpSon 41 Ti-rrr tisti.r ; . ; . n f tt sr-J a - : l: ,z r t rr ef it fttvi?- .r:r. "' k , 4 .t 1 :'; lk lf ' t '.j. V I I ax. 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I i I c r 1 1 , 1 j t f I LADIES OF !IONmrtti?If af the arpirtaeat ef eitii aliuit'a- farni-iuictl the rcTira-a fur the trauca ta iba canal soaa, Honolulu OmU IkNik. Tlioe jiarantrrs ot '. pxl cooking hare been cum piled fntn the tUflCtASI CiIT!STllA PAHTY. Tb Fanbra ""?" f Chairs! t'a- Lr tVlU .,J Pt fct. Its fllt. recipes publiueil from time, to tras party ca Monday. Ilwmber t:i. time in the Home department l Ji:, tbrua house Tt , ... , At E.-nbtams iavlta all membtrrs of the of the Honolulu btar-IJnlletin. cradle ru)!l ta b prfient as lvrlr ItV a splendid Christmas pre rtth5r,.an,J . - 1 cordially Invited to attend tba 2e ; u Hi-'' i i CC. w tTuD n -a - i '." . '. ? '7 1 " 1 1 r . 1 i t 1 1 1 s iMU!Hl(Vt-i.Vfc- t, , I. t n II1LO, tc. 11 rirovrfitf t ft I r. Tiaii rf 1; I ;::..:. 1 t ! ta bat fctti stJattrt bv t'.itrrr':l..s!i, lri!:h. WLra I -.-. rf l r r dur afe'ra to tad Iff-i-a ttnrifnt tstu.a mas n.Ui J, It -1 t In -fcMfng !r.r ba araduirl tirxa crrtfd. iaif;rt rcltertrty. lr. II ivm'nf,; It. tXawn'r'; hut r.a r t boarj cf trs!b taterUJi;u b was a fjterruloi la'U ut tr. ' aT.o arrv4 brr Ust Runlsr, drr;f tfljroitrpd it t!.U wrvk. 1!? . a ; 4 tu tvturn ta tbt mainUaJ ani svrk rd enly two wtrkt tff re ' a cllaat wbrra be may bat sonte Fan rranciico to arcyt th -r. bp cf motrrlng. 1U aaJ bis wtfs here. Ha ltcnJj to o ti N:vr r were dpart'ng passengers ca tte Un; ico cr Arizrna sr.J live on a r:r terprtse jestrxlay. . 'the bepo tiat be Tbe yourg doctor, a man under 3J bialth. s'a'aVaVBaVsaVsaVaHsVBalaVBaVBBaVBaVBaVaVBalaVHM 0MaVMaMMMs ;--" '"s-vT. rrrI .. ' -JL S. A 1 till 111 . v Xx s-J rTHrEILLION-BUBBLE-;rB 1 1 1 1 1 v.- - ... . . 4 Makes W ash-day seem It I rr Holiday A . II 1 11114.111111111 Bl r V I in uiiini.isisf r 11 f . II I .III! 2 -y Mi c urn X .' Hi L!iVI J... ..4-. AviA K -. v r-. j-; v' A.oTx: .-..':.-.' . il 'v a : v;:--;.- '. t; . V V - 'v . - .- ? fath;dapftHefiYd ; Will There is . scarcely a Christmas thought f i ; pJ thaidoes not find expression in our store. vfj:. v ! . . .it ' Emii Engelhard t, pastor of the German Lutheran church, has ar ranged an attractive musical nro- i gram which will be given in the (church at 8 o'clock tomorrow ev ea sing. The program follows: J. S. Bach Fantasia e Fuga in a moll. Gemeinsamer Gesang Nr. ZS, 1-4. Heilfge Nacht Duett von J. Can flisch. Ave Maria Lied von D. Schmidt. J. Rheinberger Vision op. 16. &. Christbaum Lied von Cornelius. Maria im Rosenirasch Duett von Fr. Nagler. F. Mendelssohn Allegro ascai vi vace aus der 1. Orgelsonate op. 65. Gemeinsamer Gesang Nr. 55, 1-2. Wisconsin's new law protecting frogs in their breeding season is be lieved to be the first of the kind ia the world. To save the expense of a long and costly approach, the city end of a bridge that will span Havana hnrlor will terminal, in a spiral driveway and footway making; four turns. Thecasesareglowingvvitnessesof this fact, and all desires of the Christmas shopper can be gratified here. Every article, how ever modest in price, is of exclusive de sign and of the highest quality. Open Evenings !' 1 V t f vU-lvil f r ,4, rrmx.-xaL'.vi'-1