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EVENIMO nULLRTIN, HONOLULU. T H , SATURDAY, mi. 13, 1009.
Contestants Close Together For First Place
Today Closes Special Clubbing Offer
Have You Any
ONLY ONE CHANGE
Miss Florence Ho Reaches
First Place in
District No 3
Miss Florence Winters continues to
liold the lead with MIbs do la Nux a
Hnwnll and Knuat districts
retain their leaders for another day
with several thousand votes ndded to
Promltet of Support.
Candidates should Insist on their
friends making Rood their promises,
as often Bomethlnir turns tin which
causes them to changu their minds,!
and oti loso several hundred votes
which you might as well havo had.
Collect at once; do not bo put off by
promises, it Is as easy for a man to
pay today as n week frorii today
All llio contestants aro doing very
good work, and you would bo sur
prised to know how fast tho subscrip
tions aro coming Into this office. Can
didates should poll a few totes every
day to lot their friends know that they
n ro still in tho race.
Above nil things, do not get dis
couraged because boiiio one ulso has
a fow moro votes' than you. A fow
thousand votes do not count this early
In tho contest, and those nt tho very
bottom havo an equal show to win
with thoso nt tho top of tho list. No
matter how many votes any ono clso
may have, do not loso courage; Blmply
mako up your mind to go after votes.
Subscriptions aro not hard to secure
If you go about It right, nnd tho con
test department is ready nnd witling
at all times to show you how to get
If you have nny friends who dcslro
to assist 5 ou, semi them up to tho
contest manager, nijil ho will glvu
them n receipt book and show them
how to go about getting tho votes.
Call on tho contest manager nt nny
time, and ho will aid you In any way
Tho exhibit of thu bureau of plant
Industry will Illustrate somo of tho
moro Importunt lines of investigation
that aro being curried on.Thcro villi
bo photographs, transparencies, chartH
nnd cases containing exhibits showing
forage crop investigation; commercial
fiber nnd paper making materials;
plants Imported from foreign "coun
tries; tho development nnd Improve
ment of ccieals; results of tho Im
provement of corn by breeding nnd
selection; grain standardization, plans
for farm management; methods and
process In sugar beet culture and
manufacture of beet sugar; models
showing method of storago, handling
nnd shipping fruit; samples Illustrat
ing diseases of fruit' working labora
tory showing manner I41 which seeds
aro tested for germination and purity.
In each of theso departments tho
exhibits will bo tho subject of Illus
trated lectures by government experts.
Tho principal exhibit to bo mado by
tho stnto of Washington which will bo
of Interest to farmers and dairymen
Is a model dairy, which will bo operat
ed under tho direction of tho stato
pure food nnd dairy department. This
dairy will bo model In every respect
nnd will show tho best methods of
handling butter, milk nnd cronm nnd
the most approved sanitary methods
of handling tho barns, cattto and milk
Tho United States government and
tho Stnto of Washington will co-op-ernln
In tho cxhiblta of good roads nnd
tho best methods of road construction,
which is of great Importnnco to tho
Standing of Contestants
SUBSCRIBERS SENDING THEIR SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE B U L
LET I N OFFICE MUST ALWAYS MENTION THE CONTESTANT'S
NAME, NO VOTES WILL BE ISSUED UNLESS THE CONTESTANT'S
NAME APPEARS ON SAME.
DISTRICT NO. 1.
INCLUDES THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
Miss Florence Winter -. . . .Honolulu 140,016
Hiss Sophie de la Nux, Wichman Co. Honolulu . ,1 146,513
Miss Lcla Dinklage Honolulu 145,531
Miss Ida HcKeague Aiea 142,990
Miss Lizzie Ten Sup Kau Honolulu 140,168
Miss Martha Voss, emp. Sachs Co. . .Honolulu 139,615
Miss Nellie McLain Honolulu 120,160
mus unite uucnalsky Honolulu - 116,206
Miss Margarettc Lum Honolulu
Miss Madeline Sutra Honolulu
Miss Mary Dias .Honolulu
Miss Amoy Fook Tai Honolulu
Miss A. Todd Rodanet Honolulu
Miss Amy Awai Haleiwa
Miss Alice Green Honolulu 1
Miss Lizzie FerreiraWhitney AMarsLHonolulu -...:...
Miss Shizuko Ikeda Honolulu
. DISTRICT NO. 2.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF HAWAn.
Miss Trinnie Marcos Kailua
Miss Mercy K. Akau Hilo ,..
Miss Annie Hattie Kohala
Mils Elizabeth K. Victor Hilo
Miss Victoria Horner Hilo
Miss Louise de Harne , . . . .Kohala, Hawaii
Miss Julia K. Kawewehi Keauhou
Miss Hattie Battery Honokaa ;
Miss Violet N. Brown Hilo 27,891
Miss Lillian Mundon Pahoa 22,612
Miss E. Tuhiliona Pcpeekeo, Hawaii' 18,460
Miss Julia Kahino Hookena 10,409
DISTRICT NO. 3.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF MAUI,
Miss Florence Ho
Miss Mary Gohier
Miss Eva Scholtr
Miss Mabel Waiaholo . .
Miss Jennie Hansen . . .
Miss Hattie Kalino
Miss L. K. Hart
Miss Esther M. Hanuna
Wailuku ,.... 80,025
DISTRICT NO. 4.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF KAUAI.
Miss Florence Deverill Hanalei, Kauai 89,116
Miss Connie Fassoth Waimea, Kauai 86,809
MissMableHastie ....Eleele 82,711
Miss Miriam Mundon Kapaa, Kauai 80,769
Miss Angeline F. Silva Waimea, Kauai 00,412
MissEthel E. Edwards Kilauea, Kauai 51,310
MissRoseAea Waimea, Kauai 36,210
Contestants may take the trip any time they choose.
Contestants are not limited to the district in which they are entered,
but are allowed to secure votes from any other District, County or State.
CONTEST CLOSES MONDAY, MARCH 16TH,
8 P. M. O'CLOCK SHARP.
SUBSCRIBERS 8ENDINQ IN SUB.
MU8T ALWAY8 MENTION THE
NAME OF THE CONTE8TANT8
THEY WISH TO VOTE FOR, AS ALL
BALLOT8 ARE FILLED OUT IN
FULL BEFORE LEAVING OFFICE.
YOU CAN HOLD BACK THE BAL
LOT8 A8 LONG A8 YOU WISH.
Do It Now.
New Subscriptions and Old.
A number of Inquiries aro mado
dally as to tho votos allowed on now
and old subscriptions. Votn aro nl
lowod on both, but only when the re
newals pay In advance,
Now subscribers moans Increnso In
circulation. Therefore no ono will bo
allowed to chango tho name of the old
bubscrlbcr from ono member of tho
family to another, in order to recelvo
Now Hiihierlpllnin moan people who
woro not on our books nt the tlmo tho
contest was announced, which was
Special Offer This Week
Commencing today nnd closing on
the 10th of I'ehruary. all mini Issued
on OT.I) subscriptions will count the
hamo as NEW. This offer will glvo all
tho n 11 1 1 0 1 1 n subscribers 11 chanro
to pay up their subscription beforo
!'ch. 10 nnd at the same tlmo will
glvo them tho full benefit of tho votos
that tho New subscribers havo been
having. Remember that this nCcr will
closo February 10th and you gut tho
iiame number of votes for old subscrip
tions as for New. In other words nil
subscriptions count the san.o until
Contest Closes March 15th, 8 P. M.
Monday, March the flfRriith Is thi'
'line set fo tho rloso of the c.ntet
.i;m1 all voles nnd Bubscr'p''on MUfcT
ho in '.ho n u 1 1 e t In otPcn 011 that
chtn. Tho closing hour will h at X
0 clock p. 111, on March IS11. nnd these
depending on tho malls to bring their
i inscriptions to tho Dtillolln n)ue
MUST have till votes and sabo rlptlous
hi tho ballot box before 8 i.VlocIi p m.
hi that dato. Tho Judges for tho final
remit of tho ballots will be cliofon
I nm prominent buslnes moil of Ho
nolulu; their names will be announced
In due season. Kach cor.tcrtnnt will
invo tho right to select a frli' 1 or rel
ative to represent her and look ntter
her Interests during the flu.i' count of
the ballots. An alarm r'ock will he
.'id to signal tho doting hour, which
will be at 8 o'clock p. m. tiiurp, March
1.1th. When tho tdnrrp fcoumH thn
Judges will take chargo nt thn ballot
box and when nil In tho of.lcu at that
hour are waited upon, the box will bo
opened and tho final count will com"
mence. Thero will be no bidding for
tallots, ns thero will positively bo no
monoy or subscriptions accepted after
tho ballot box Is opened. No ono will
know how many votes each candldato
has doposltod, therefore, no ono will
know how many votes are required to
THE FIVE TRIPS WILL BE APPOR
TIONED AS FOLLOW8:
Dlstr'ct No. 1 Includes tho City and
County of Honolulu.
District No. 2 Includes tho County
Tho fifth trip will bo for tho
chaporon, who will bo choson by tho
joui'g woman securing tho hlghost In
dividual voto, Irrespective of district
Four Separate Contests.
Tho Uv 0 11 1 u c B u 1 1 0 1 1 n Is con
ducting four separate and distinct con
tests at tho samo tlmo.
The young woman who receives tho
hlghost number of votes In District
No. 1 will bo given first-class transpor
tation both ways, nnd hotel accommo
dations wblio in Scattlo nnd San Fran
Tho youns woman In District No. 2
will recelvo tho samo trip to Scattlo
nnd San Francisco, with tho samo ac
commodations us tho ono In District
Tho young woman In District No. 3
receiving thn highest numbor of votes
will recelvo tho samo trip as tho young
women In Districts Nos. 1 and 2. ,
The young woman in District No. 4
tccclvlng the highest voto will receive
tho samo trip nnd accommodations as
Iho threo aboVo mentioned districts.
VOTE8 ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL
LOWED A8 FOLLOWS
One month's subscription to tho
Evening I) u 1 1 e 1 1 nOld sub
scription, CO votes; new subscription,
One ycai's subscription to the
Week ly Du Hot in Old sub
scription ,100 votes; now subscrip
tion, 125 votes.
Five years' subscription to the
Weekly Ilulletl n Old bud
scrlption, 1250 votes; new xubscrlp
tlon, 2000 votes.
Thtco months' subscription to tho
Evening II u 1 1 0 1 1 n Old sub
scription, 206 votes; new subscrip
tion, 250 votes.
Six months' subscription to the
Evening I) u 1 1 e 1 1 n Old sub
scrlption, GOO votes; now subscrip
tion, 700 votes.
One year's subscription to the
Evening Bullet! n Old sub
scription, 1200 votes; new subscrip
tion, 1500 votes.
Five years' subscription to the
Evening nulled n OW sub
scription, 10,000 votes; new sub
scription, 16,000 votes.
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
Includes tho County
Includes the County
When Paid in Advance.
Ono month's subscription to tho
Evonlng Bulletin, 75 cents.
Three months' subscription to the
Evening Dulletln, 12.00.
Six months' subscription to tho
Evening Bulletin, 11.00.
Twelve months' subscription to tho
evening U u 1 1 0 1 1 n, IS 00.
Fivo years' subscription to
F.vening II ui lot In, 110.00,
One year's s'.hscrlptlon to
Wookly Billet In. si.00.
live oarr' subscription to
Wookly 11 u 1 1 0 1 1 n,g 13.00,
The Evening Bulletin Popular
Fill in the name of ths young woman you wish to vote Air
and the district in which she lives. Bring or mail to Man
ager Contest Department, care ofEvcningBullctin,
Honolulu, T. H,
THIS COUPON COUNTS AS ONE VOTE FOR
District No ,
(This coupon is not good after Monday, Feb. 22d)
JUST THE THING FOR
From $1.00 up
DUBS BOXING "THE
MOST MANLY SPORT"
DICK SULLIVAN TELLS 0 FBEN
EFIT DERIVED THEREFROM-,
Ejc Is Quickened, Body Is Made More
Graceful and Physical Condition Is
Generally Improved Writer Urges
All To Study Art
3Y DICK SULLIVAN
Since the dawn of tho world, tho
pcoplo who have accomplished things
h.ive been the rnccs of muscle anil
brawn, (lazing through the pages
or history, one cannot but ho Impress
ed with tho (net tli tit, with tho phjs
leal decadence of a people thu men
tal strength has ulso fallen nit.
Among Individuals, tho phjslcal
weakling is often tho mental giant;
among races such hns never been the
fact. Simple mubdo will not win for
n pcpplo world preeminence, but un
less thoso pcoplo aro robust nnd heal
thy they cannot hope to accomplish
It lias nlwajs been my delight In
study tho nthlotlc oxerclscs of bygono
dnjH. The spoils which nations liavo
Indulged in have been 11 pretty -good
Index to the tliauicter of thu people.
Among tho ancients, competitions in
which bodily strength and vigor play,
cd an Important part wcro the faor
Itc means of relaxation, In tho dajs
of their greatest glory. When sloth
oercnnio the folk, nud their taste, for
manly spoits lapsed, their countries
quickly began to retrograde.
Slnco the caillcbt dnys of legend
ory history, boxing hns been recog
nized ns, preeminently, the manly
sport. It Is boxing that makes tho
gteatest demand upon tho body nnd
wind of its doiolecs, nnd It Is box
ing Hint, above nil other games,
forces a nun to ftnd n clean and
lloxlng Is tho art of hclf-dofenso
with the weapons given man by Nil
tine. Thus It It mituro'H own pas
time, for tho Instinct of Uvteuso la
the prevalent Instinct thioughout the
nnlmnl world. Man hns learned the
111,0 of artificial weapons and, to a
certnln extent, has como to depend
or. them. Hut, withal, his natural
weapons are his hands nnd arms.
I And, ns boxing is the natural man
ner in which a man defends himself,
It Is nlso the one method of defenso
In the exercise of which ho sustains
the most good, lloxlng quickens tho
eye and the brain; It makes a man's
' wits work rapidly.
I There Is no other sport known to
, mn'n that has so beneficial an 'effect
upon the physique, lloxlng makes n
'man graceful; It shows him how to
handle himself and control ccry
! musclo of his body. ..There Is abso
lutely no sport which will so quickly
get u man Into perfect phjslcal trim
'na that of boxing, properly Indulged
In preparation for his trip to Af
rica, which, Judging from his past
performances, will be about ns siren
1K.UH us any undertaking that n man
over faced, President Roosevelt, nl
wnys an enthusiastic boxer, Is taking
up the pastime In earnest again. He
rtnllzes that, In no other way, can
he so. quickly rcstoro his muscles nnd
restore his body from the effects of
tho fevere mental strain through
which lie has passed during tho lust
eight J cars.
Then thero Is another strong point
In favor of teaching boxing: The
boxer Is seldom n qunrrclsoihe man.
Tlic fellow who knows how to handlo
himself Is tho laut man to cngngo In
That statement may sound fur
(Uched; hut It Is no less n fact. Tho
man who Is uncertain of his ability
always thinks that tho other mun
wants to mako trouble nnd, rather
than hao pcoplo think him a cownrd,
lie Is likely to rush into 11 fight. The
man who Is (onddeiit of his ability to
piotcct himself can afford to Inugh
nt the advances of a scrappy Individual--and
ho usially docs.
1 havo Koken of boxing almost en
tirely us 11 method of defense, mid
have said nothing of It ns an offensive,
art. Offense should simply be an In.
cldciit In the art of defense, for thn
man who deliberately goes out look
intf fur troulilo Is not deserving of
I hollnvo that cverx )ounK man
should tako up boxing,' nud take It
up In earnest. Ho, cannot full in
profit by the exercise, and tho tlmo
is llablo to como when he will have
dlro need of nil tho skill that ho can
lloxlng, ns I havo already Bald,
tends toward clean living, lloxlng
gives a man courugo and heart, and
It caunot fall to help him In what
ever pursuit ho may follow through
And now a word from the stand
point of tho professional boxer. I
lullevo that professionalism should
be to boxing Just what It Is to base
ball, to golf, and to tho other nth
It tic exercises, Tho professional box
er of today is not tho unintelligent
In ulscr that tho prizo-nghtcr of the
olden dnjs was. Ho looks upon his
occupation as a business, ,a profes
sion, nnd, If ho Is worthy of any con
sideration from sensible men, ho
tiles to elevate tho standard of the
Many people, who have never seen
n professional boxer, think of him as
a man with n faco like a chopping
block and whose every other word Is
a curse. Nothing could be more
wholly wrong, for the professional
boxer of today does not In tho leaBt
resemblo tho prize-fighter of the old
Hut It Is not from tho standpoint of
tho professional boxer that I encour
age tho flstlc art. It hi from tho
standpoint of the clonn, healthy man
who knows his powers and glories in
them. I hope to see tho day when
boxing will form nil Integinl part of
tho education of every American
uith, nnd I cannot but feel that,
when that day arrives, the Amerlcnn
people will he een greater, physi
cally, mentally, nud mor.illj. Hum
Ithey mo today.
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