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fl n a J U p. p T t dor u s i CONTEST ENTRANT LIST IS LINEUP OF TRAVEL TRIP CONTEST CANDIDATES Name. Occupation P. 0. Votes. Mrs. Maria Ah Choy...', Lahaina 5,000 Miss Nellie C. Wong, Student Honolulu , 5,000 Kid Peanuts, Amateur Actor Honolulu 5,000 Misi Isabella Koomoa , Keauhou ; 5000 Miss Florence K. Devcreaux .'.Honolulu -. 5.000 Mis Louise Zerbe, Order Clerk Honolulu 5,000 Mrs. M. E. Miller . ..: Honolulu s!oO0 Miss Mary Kauhane Lahaina , 5,000 Miss Jennie Jones, Teacher Waiohlnu 5,000 Mrs. C. L. Dicker.son, Millinery Honolulu , 5,000 Mrs. Dick Lyman Miss Jennie Williams. Student.. Miss Edith Fetter, High School. Miss Ellen Caniclsf Clerk . .i. . Mrs., Chas. Akau '. Miss Mildred Luscomb, Student ..Hilo ........ ... t 5,000 ..Kohala ...... f 5,000 . . Hilo : 5,000 . .Kahulul , . ; . 5,000 ..Pauoa 5 000 ..Hilo 5,000 Miss Misao Onishi, Student Kahulul .... ' 5,000 Miss Hannah Cummin.gs, Teacher. .. .Wailuku 5,000 Miss Emma Goo, Teaxher '.; Lahaina 5,000 Miss Caroiyn Scholtz, Teacher Wailuku 5,000 Miss Matilda Burlem, Bookkeeper. ..Wailuku 5,000 Mrv L. H. Lewis ..Honolulu 5,oqp Mrs. Leongal Chew ..." Honolulu 5,000 Miss Louise do Harne Kohala 5,000 Miss Mollie, Thomas Hilo . 5,000 Mrs. Fannie Hudson Honolulu 5,000 ' Mint Mary Wiggins. .. . Honolulu 5,000 Miss Tsulan Ah Choy .' -...Lahaina , 5,000 Mrs. Anna Aalberg Honolulu A. 5 000 Miss Marguerite Kramer Honolulu 5'ooD Miss Aileen Gorman ................ Honolulu 5,000 Mrs. Leorg KaT Chew .Honolulu 5000 Miss Mary Hastie, Tencher ;..Hanapepe . 50,30 Mfri Kate Woodard, Merchant Honolulu , 5,000 "Fred Well, News Agent ......Honolulu ; 5,000 Manuel Peters, Messenger .Service ..Honolulu ... 5,000 Wm. Rice, Student .....Honolulu 5000 uunn YYis,-;, oenate UlerK nonoiuiu 5.000 Archie E. Kahle Pahala Edward P. Miner ..Makawao .. John Lcite ..Kilo Wm., Hattie . Kukuihaele Robert Fricke ... James McKenzie Fred I: Knudsen Kukuihaele J. E. Goeas . . . .. .i. .'i.'. !,-. .' .h . .Vi .Honolulu '"C T Rodrigues, Apprentice Honolulu Henry Chlllingworth, Stenographer ..Honolulu Frederick L. Zoller Koloa .s Ceo. Sims, Collector .Honolulu Ho Tong, Collector f Honolulu' 'Jljhn K. Fern, Conductor Honolulu Ceo. Gaul, Bank Clerk ' Honolulu Geo. 5,000 5,000 5,000 5.000 .Kukuihaele 5(0uo Kukuihaele v........ 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 " 5,000 .ooo 5,000 : 5,000 5,000 5,000 Dwight, Clerk Honolulu ,..,'.', 5000 Hanawak! Kruger Jr., Student ...... Honolulu J.David 3. Silva Honolulu , -"Manuel Do Rego Honolulu j, ouuza, yi j, uierK nuiioiuiu 5000 twm. l. Peterson Honolulu -( Martin Neuman, P. O. Clerk Honolulu i j. T. Rodrigues Honolulu 4 A. S. Robertson, Clerk Honolulu s T o i ' A ; i . . i . . . i . w. uvuiis wTaiiunu : c ma 000 5,000 5,000 5,000 -5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 , .. . .swi.s W , . , , 5j ' W. Burchard, Teacher Wailuku K'. . i. n. nincKiey . r-uunene " Harry Loughmiller ; .-. Honolulu John N. Halemano Keanae w ... . t a, I . ..... 9,uuv v. u. Myau, station Agent ,.va"UK J. B. Abeau, Driver and Collector WaiJuku K. Chlng, Bank Clerk H'" V. A. Carvalho, Teacher Honomu Harry Hapal, Water Works Clerk. .. Hio Miss Amoy Honolulu Miss Mary Lee .'. .Honolulu Miss Isabel Kelley, Teacher ........ Honolulu Mirs Emily Ho Honolulu MIm Maria Paahao ....Hilo ... M!.. All.- f l . I i Unnnl..!.. ' i-inuo oiuppicDeen ....... l 5 000 K.I . .... LIII- ,WU miss Irene Kami mio Miss Virginia Silva Hi, Mrs. J. "ShavW , Not Given 5,000 5,000 5,000 5.CO0 5,000 .5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 5.000 5,000 Mies Helen Mose.s J, Lahaina g 5,000 j .COO 5,000 Miss Annabelle Low," Teacher . Honolulu Mies Adeline Hose, Teacher Lahaina 5 000 i Mrs. L. A. Marclel. Teacher . : Kauipo c'nnn iMies Clara Gurney, Teacher Honolulu 5,000 'Mrs. Lottie Overcnd, Teacher Honokaa r- qqq Miss Elizabeth Heen, Teacher. .. Honolulu , 5000 Mies Blanche Miller, Teacher ....... Hilo , .t 5'00a Mrs. C. L. Tullock, Teachr. . . Kohala 5000 Mrs. E. B. Bridgewater, Teacher ....Hanalel 50OO Irs. Ellen Vickery, Teacher Honolulu 5 000 Miss Rebecca Macy, Teacher Walalua 5000 Bert de La Nux, Mch. Apprentice Honolulu - 5000 Wm. Harvey, Bookkeeper . ..Honolulu .5,000 Mugu.ii Keinecxe, Bacteriologist nonoiuiu ... E. D. Qulnn, Millman ...Kohala Wm. Haia, Student .Hana ....... ... Pete PhiMlps, Purser-. v. . . . Honolulu ., 5,000 Wm. McTlghe, Bookkeeper ....Honolulu 5,000 A.: F. Branco Honolulu 5,000 . Jack O'Brien, Machinist Honolulu Vm. W. Brown ....Hilo ... E. de Harne . . .' Kohala . Joe Morris, Jr Makawao ;Tochiro Kuritan.l Honomu Fred O'Brien, Bookkeeper ...."Kohala 5000 James Frlel, Freight Clerk Honolulu 5,000 W, A. Yates, Teacher Hana Manuel Medeiros Koloa-. Eugene Capellas Hakalau Wm. F. Desha, Student Honolulu 5,000 D. K. Sheldon Waimea 5,000 Miss Lucy Faria Honolulu 5,000 . Miss Elizabeth Ting, ....Wailuku 5,000 MI'.i L. K. Hart 'w Wailuku -. . 5,000 .Mrs. Maisle Colbron i .'..I .Honolulu j ,.i .... . B.OOO Address or occupation when not given will be Iraerted In the list when the correct Information is furnished. Changes desired in, spelling of names or address and occupations as printed wilt be made when request is receiv. ed at the Contest Department 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,009 5.000 i 5 000 5,000 5,000 5,000 5 000 5,000 LIKEABLE PEOPLE S 1 f SLORESnSEClE; COVETED, ,n ! Advance trip nominations Teachers and Students, Clerks, and Collectors, Mechanics , and Politicians, and . Popular Matrons, From Over All the Islands, Are Candidates in the Evening Bulletin's Expansion Year Contest. . . 6riefly, the hundred iaid more travel contestants were cliosen by conitminity eancuses, for during informal catlierincs has come the' deciKion to noiniiiiito certain friends us candidates for the iriivel trips. Tliey Were selected l'ir.rj; almost every wulk in life ana Iron; every part of the T-irrilory, eeauso of tlieir i)lea!uu perioiialily by tlio persons who Know them in everyday life. In nil organisation:.), social or eommereial, I e :ts niomhersliin of whatever ae or sex, liure are always imlWMi'uta w'lo ar- center' of cl0 il-:t.i try. Tne 15 1: 1 letlu plan of preseiiting trips to popular people provided a way In vv'hlch to reward these active In- dividuals in a dignified manner, with a substantial prize for their past efforts, hence their nomination.1 . ('., Such is the story in short, of the nomination of the hundred and eiBhteen candidates, presented today as contestants for the ten ; travel trips offered by the Bulletin in Its expansion year contest. . . . Given precedefico, because of their popularity and . ldeasing ..personality, the names of one hundred and eighteen people are presented today as candi dates in the Evening Hulleti n's expansion year contest. Hawaii like ' hence Cosmopolitan like; there are race representatives of almost every nationality in the Islands. , Analysis shows that the list .indi cates variety in a manner that is perhaps' of ' innch import, Hind' that In. the thany different' kinds of work1 shown In the occupation column..- j Not Nominated for High Rank. ' , Teachers, students, clerks and col-, lectors' predominate.'''- There are many mechanicr-and apprentices -and some; of the names are familiar ones in po-l llticat ctffcleS, The popular matrons of Hawaii have been remembered by; their(. friends' as a number of' them! haveJ been nominated. All entrants of1 fair character were eligible and no1 particular rank or- high station was necessary to become a candidate lfoi one of the trips. From every where in the Island Erouu.: where-there wns a man or boy, girl or woman, "who . Started and tell you of ways to make possessed a few more friends than. h'01"- efforts count the most, !' V - I mii, h'tlni know the prson i, '. ci ) IhhIv ri-;i,', a in wppapi-r Ihi-s" d-'.v H. --' .'il,t (IIM I.ll, A IH'WK- piiper is not n narded mm u luxii'y iln si da f it ih h m ewsiij. !f vim wi'ic aiti'tnpiing to gel huIi i i ! i i inns In i uiiic tin k m i wn piihlica- llnll lll WOlll lllllillllll!lilv t) m 1 It vt i v haid. I'.iil Willi the l.i u I I e 1 1 li ymi will fi:d ll different. Tills newspaper is lainnus fur iiii eiili'i ,i inc. iU new s sei vli e Is the hc.:t in t ho Hands. Limit J'iisIit Ai'lrrnnrilM llian lirfore !-'eaixli your inemtiry to u lime when you did Hometliing worth while and you will u;niemlicr that the task in the retrospective was not so dilll ctilt as it aipeared in tlio perspective. Such is often the case with thus who enter the yearly travel contests tit the bulletin. The way may seem dif ficult -until u start is really made and then the dilliculties arc lost to sight in the amazing surprise almost nil feel in the loyal support of friends. Often the support that counts at the contest end conies from those very people who scoffed or were sceptic in the beginning of tlio vote canvass. .Not Charity Hut Salesmanship. You are not seeking charity but are soiling something of value when you are after votes to be secured from subscription payments made to the 10 veiling and Weekly Bul letin. These two papers are known throughout the Islands. Oo into the most isolated district on the Islands and you will Ilnd a Bulletin read er. Whore you find a II u 1 1 e 1 1 n reader you will find " another who wishes to become a subscriber to the paper that always prints tlio news. The .paper's progressiveness will be well known to everyone with whom you talk. You will find it almost as easy to secure subscriptions from strangers as from friends, when you toll them you are selling the It u lie tin in order to earn a coast trip. There is no need to stop and show Bamples when the B u-11 e t i n Is your stock offering It -is too well known. Ev eryone knows the paper although not all are subscribers. When not, the only reason is that someone has i not asked them to take it. They will respond readily when you make your ' request for a subscription, Start At Once. Do not postpone coming in after your receipt, books. Some of the candidates have already started to work and It is in the beginning that I j"" iii (,itv mi vm;vmiHKiiieiii. Ulnl .j will make -your wavering hopes turn to enthusiasm. . ""- 1 VOTE FOH TRIP CONTESTANT IN EVENINQ BULLETIN TEN-TRIP TRAVEL CONTEST Nam Adcirost Fill in name and addros of your favorite candidate nd tend to the Bulletin Contest Department. (Not yood after Wednesday, April 19) NOMINATION COUPON Good for 5000 Votes I hereby nominate as a candidate in the EVENIiJG BUL LETIN'S Ten-Trip Travel Contest M Address Occupation Nominated by Only tho first Nomination Coupon received for each can didate will count for 5000 votos. Fill out all -the lines of this coupon and mail or bring to the Contest Department, EVEN ING BULLETIN, Honolulu, T. H. 5000 VOTES MANUEL PETERS A Honolulu Travel Contestant the average however humble Choir lifei-station have come the nomina tions. t .:' .- Popularity Counted. ' ' ' , Popularity, in the real meaning and sense of the word has played on im portant part in the selection as it will in the naming of the ' eventual trip owners. Add tjiis to sincerity and energy and trips are within range of attainment by every contestant en tered. - -Nominations Poured in at Last. Since the first announcement of the travel trips three weeks have past. From the very first a few names be gan to come in and at the last they poured into the contest department in such numbers that it seemed !t would be necessary, to' postpone the publication ot the candidate list for another day or two to allow time to investigate and classify: the nomina tions. , t Some Have Started Work. Many of the candidates have signi fied their Intention to begin their vote canvass an soon as the nominations were announced and some began work1 last week. All the candidates are be ing notified by personal letter of tlio acceptance" of their nomination and printed matter with which to start contest work is boing sent them. Vote Issue Starts Tomorrow. The issuing of votes on subscrip tion payments, from which the deci sive votes of the campaign will he gained will start tomorrow at 8 a. m. Candidates who have already collect ed money should begin turning this In. ' Votes issued on these payments can ,bo held and voted at any time during., the contest. Most people who subscribe for the paper are desirous of getting it as boob as they pay you the money. ' Turn in your names of new subscribers at once. But One Requirement. Only one requirement Is ntnde of the candidates who expect to be trip owners, and that Is to get busy. To begin well is most important. Do not keep your friends in doubt about your Intention to be an active and sincere candidate. Let them know at once of your Intention. Form letters to send them aro on distribution at the contest department; These are be ing mailed, to candidates who do not live In Honolulu. The others should call for thorn ,nt oncej, Come around No Blank Ballots Coupon votes will bo issued for every subscription payment for new or renewal subscriptions to the Bul letin made' after . March 28, when the name of the candidate for whom the subscriber wishes to vote is spe cified. Absolutely no ballots are al lowed to leave tho contest depart ment without being filled out. There arc no blank ballots excepting those printed in every issue of tho Bul letin. Always remember to name the can. didate for whom you wish the votes if.iued when sending in money to the Bulletin. .AT THE HOTELS' ', At the Young. Mrs. C. Hay, Mrs. W. H. Rice, Li hue; C. II. Wilcox and wife, Kauai; Francis Gay,. Makawcli; It. I. Spald ing and family, Kauai; Charles Gay, Lanal; G. P. McDcrmott, San Fran cisco; G. K. McDonell, San Jose; N. T. Mason and wife, C. W. Hough and wife, Dead wood, S. D.; H. K. David son and wife. New Westwinster, B. C; J. T. Moir, Hawaii; Mrs. G. J. Beokpr, Hawaii; Mrs. John A. Scott, Annis Scott, E. P. Ackerman and wife, Hilo; H. Wittenberg and wile. Mason and Ralph Wittenberg, Portland; A. M. Brooks and wife, Seattle; A. B. Dock ey and wife, U. S. Army; G. Mott-Wil-lianis, Marquette; Jefferson Living ston, Cincinnati; Ed. V. Wiltern, Cin cinnati; Mrs. A. W. Dunyea,' St.; Louis; Mrs. E. V. Williams, Los 'An geles; Robert H. Baker, Chicago; A. I. Cross and wife, Victoria; W. W. j Hadfleld, Fiji; Cir Graham II. Graeme Subscription Blanks. , ! "id Lady Graeme, London; C. M. Gra- Candidatcs should cull on the Con-j ham, Honolulu; Mr. Graemo, London; test Manager at once and secure suh-j W. H. Smith, S. S. Sierra. scription books, and there are a nuiu-j , - ' her of t'hinirs he would like to tidl! At the Hawaiian. Free Fountain Pens For Contest Candidates and Workers you in regard to the best way of se curing votes, Call at once at the Bulletin office for contest infor-1 matiou. Tell All Your Friends. Oo ahead and let your friends know that you are In the contest and get as many subscriptions as you can. ' Onco you have made up your mind to get into the contest, go to work at once, Don't overlook a single chance to get a subscriber and a bunch of Votes. Bear In mind tho fact that you may get your subscribers anywhere ' You may havo friends and relatives in dis tant cities who would be glad to help you. Let them know you are in the contest fltid ask them to help you win one of the trips. You May Work Anywhere. ' You may get .votes and subscribers anywhere. Also, anybody anywhere can send votes for you to the Bulle tin Contest Department, if thoy will! be sure to write plainly who they an? to be credited to in the list. You don't have to send the vote3 yourself. They can be sent for you and the first you know of your good luck will be in tho Increased figures in your standing In the list. You'll get a lot of help in the col umns. if the paper, and if you read j'everr everything that I rublished ev ery day yon wilLget a Iitt of . Informa tion which will he of value to you In your votp-getting battle. Work Among Strangers. You F. Tt Zelt, Berkeley; A. M. rs, J. u Whitmore, Waliawa. Wat- .2000.. Bonus Votes are issued for every club of three old or three new daily yearly subscriptions: As many bonus vote coupons will be is sued as subscription clubs are secured. The three old or three ' new daily .yearly sub scriptions must be turned in during some single contest week.- 1 First Contest Week FROM 8 A. M. TUESDAY, MARCH 28th TO 5 P. M. MONDAY, APRIL 3rd. This is a standing continu ous club offer that will be re- !11irlt tn nlil.t. In vnt unit. I r . and see the contest. ian as soon as'scilbors anywhere. Go right out and II 0m WeeK 10 WeCK, possible, as he can help you to get canvass every house and every per- dlll'llig the COnteSt. Every Contestant or contest worker who turns in " one club, of three new,' or three old daily yearly sub ascriptions the first contest week will be presented with a ' 0 Fountain Pen These pens will be on display at ARLEIGH'S. Remember The pens will go to whoever brings in the subscription club, whether a contestant or a con test worker. ,-; ; The fountain pen is something that will be useful during the contest. you will need it to write subscription receipts with every day of the contest. ' One club of new subscriptions will also bring you 11,000 Votes . , If you get more than one club, let your friend bring in the subscriptions and get one of the pens and the votes for you. Start now to get the 11,000 votes and the pen. It means a good contest start and a useful present. The first contest week is from 8 a. m.4 Tuesday, March 28th until 5 p. m. Monday April 3rd. MOW Warned Evening Bull e.t i n Subscribers will name the ten travelers. Voting coupons are issued with every sub scription payment to the E v e n i n g and Weekly Bul letin, and coupons are also published in every issue Of the paper. Almost all your friends and neighbors take the B u 1 1 e t i n. The rest will want to when they learn that they get the best newspaper printed in Honolulu with no ex tra charge, and at the same time help you to get one of the trips. The eight women who went to the Yosemite last year as the guests of the Bulletin did not hesitate when their nominations were announced. Why do you? ' j You are just as popular; just as deserving; perhaps what is more important just as energetic; it is possible, you are more so. Earnest endeavor will earn a trip.