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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONrJLULtJ. T. H, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1912.
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Special Offer On "Old" Subscriptio
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EVERY PRIZE !N THE LIST OFFERED BY THE BULLETIN ONE OF REAL
VALUE AND BEAUTY AND ANY ONE OF THEM CAN BE YOURS IF
YOU WILL PUT FORTH AN EFFORT
June 22 Is Rapidly? Approaching and Every Minute Counts
Nothing ill voars lift so atlructed
I lie ntlciilloii nf tho general public ns
the Grand 1'iiiiiilnrlly Campaign of the
H ii 1 1 oil n. mill this In amply testl
lieil tn by the number of votes which
pile In dally for various candidates
nml the number of people who hnvo
nlreacly visited II. K. llcndrlok's gar
nge on Alakea Street, where the Bpien
llil 11)12 completely-equipped "Regal'
Capital. Prlzo Is on display. This
l.atidsomo prize has proved a great In
centive to effort on the part of every
Some Younjj Woman Now Entered In the Contest Will Be the
Owner of the Handsome Capital Prize "Renal" Automo
bile on June 22. Will It Be You? Every Old Subscrip
tion Worth More Now Than It Ever Will Be In the Contest
c-ITorts even for a short lime, as while
they mnv be resting, secure In I ho
thought of letory, someone else may'
lin doing tho work necessary to climb I
up toward the top and displace Ilium, j
Special Offer on "Old" Subscriptions
The Spcclnl Offer on "OLD" sub
scriptions, nuunuticed 5esterda after!
noon, nfferds ench and every cnnill j
date n chance In secure many extra
votes. This Is positively the best of-'
fer that will be made on old siihscrlp-l
tlons during the contest, nnd as It
candidate and tho splendid work beliiKi lasts but n short time seven das '
done by Iheso energetic Joiiiik women , every contestant should do her very,
mid the prospect of winning this hand-, best to secure these old subscriptions.'
roimi award or nny ono or Hie other Nothing better will be offered on old
prizes has more than pleased all. .lust I rubscrlpllons. and as the great major-'
stop a moment and consider what vouiltr of people throughout tho cltv arnj
win If von put forth the proper now taking Hie Mullet In. every
nmount of effort and nre adjudged a candidate is afforded an equal chance
member of Hie winning class by the to reap tho benellt of these extra
judges when the final count Is com Votes. j
pleted. The Capital Prize Is one. Future Subscriptions. I
wuiill j fit, a in i-iiiiii, mm lint- mr
which thousands of peoplo would bo
willing to work that length of time In
order to secure. It Is one of the best
cars made. Is complete In every re
spect, possesses beaut. speed, relia
bility, first class equipment and every
thing that govs to make up a llrst-
A Word About the Other Prizes. I
The elegant 1.V10 "Remington" play wn have nrranged to accept and hold
ir-planos have no superiors In tho nil such subscriptions, when nccompa
world of music, nnd n plner-plano Is nlccl by the amount of Iho subscript
something thai Is needed In
home, as It can be utilized I
Future subscriptions are things that
should not be overlooked. In many,
cases candidates will meet persons
who nre nlrcnd taking n dally paper'
which Is paid up In ndvnnce, and do
not desire to nae two dally papers'
coming Into their homes at tho samol
time To prnvldo for nil such sub-'
scrlptlons and to enable candidates to '
reap cery benellt from Ihclr work,
Contest Facts and Figures
When dees the contest close? Tlir contest will positively
clew on the night of June 22, 1912, at 9 o'clock
How will the prizes bo awarded? Tho CJriind Capital Prlzo
1!UJ complclelv-ciulppcd Hcgul automobllo will bo awarded to
tho muig woman having the Inrgest number of voles In nil dis
tricts The district prizes will be awarded to the young women
In each district standing In the llrst four places, after Iho Cap
ital Prlre Is awarded.
Can ii contestant win more than one prize? No; no contest
ant cirti win more than one prize.
How many prizes will lie awarded In each district? In each
district will be awarded four prizes n handsome JdJO Itemlng
ton player-plnno; n perfect $100 diamond ring; n solid gold luely's
watch, and a trip to Kllauea or lloonlulti nnd return.
Can winners of tho prizes dispose of them as they seo 1117
Winners of prizes may make such disposal of them as they wish.
After being won, they nre the property of the winners.
What should n candldato who desires to win do? If sbo lias
not been nominated, send In her nnmo at once, as It Is not yet
too late to enter and win. If she has already been nominated,
see that her time Is put to the best uso possible securing votes
lias nn outsldo. cnndldato the same chance to win as n city
candidate? The very same Ilich payment on subscription se
cures votes, and the snmo amount paid on weekly subscriptions
earns the same number of voles as n similar payment on n dally
What Is tho most Important thing for n cnndldnte to keep In
mind? That tho contest has but four weeks longer to run, nnd
to put forth her greatest effort during these remaining days.
$2.0(1 socurc1 for you 3000 voles, hut
by getting this person to subscribe for
nine months additional you secure tho
.tlrr .. I. i. .. ,. or tnt .....
," every Hon. for dcllverj at nny future .Into SvOTon new yearly subscrln Ion
,v every designated by tho subscriber. , ,c " XivM'aE
member of the family, and adds hours. Extended Subscriptions Second
of enjoyment In the home. This In- Payments.
slrument will produce the best of mii-l Hero Is an Important Up for can
te, and does not require n musician I dldntos Atomic who nuliscrlbed for
to operate. One who has never play
ed a musical Instrument can produce
music of as high a quality as a clover
musician who has had, years of train
Iho paper slnrc Iho contest slnrted Is
n now subscriber and will still bo con
sidered new, no matter bow many
ndilltlonal payments ho or she may
nnd tho 3000 already received, or 22
000 on the "Second Pnymcnt," This
also applies to nny second payment
you may secure. Always mark the
stubs "Second Payment" In order that
you mny secure full valuo In votes,
WSTHH'T ,0. I.
lug. These players' ran nlso be played mnko "luring tho contest. Now thoso
ns ordinary ptar.oj only their miislri'l,n""" """ ""," "" "" nuui-crip-Is
not ordlnarv It is perfect. l"0"8 for """ ltt" "r ",rc0 "lonths at
These Instruments have proved the ,lin mart of Ihc contest will bo willing
center of attraction for candidates'10 extend those subscriptions for Ion
nml ii.nir frio,u ovnr .in-.. ii, u.rJMf periods and by securing their sub-
Placed on dlsp'ay at the Thavcr Piano' r,rr,,,.,lon" "" Kaln many extra voteM of Nuuanu Street W
Cn r ui,. ih.. ..ri,.i 1 1' nr Instance, a person who subscrlb-. v I'ltl.KSt
---'-' .- .,. v nn-' ., , . . , . . ., , ... . . .. . . . ..
i i-'i mi, nnt, iiiii-ii iiiiiiiiun huh uiiiii -c i nu prizes iimL lunab uu wuu
v In tli lit district ara nn olegant t
Consists of Honolulu and tho
Islnnd of Oahu from tho center
A handsome cllnnond ring Is sonic-!
iriiug inai every .voting woman no
iilreH to possess, and especially so
when Iho sione Is of the llrst ciualilv,
as aro the ones we nro going In
pwnrd, nml which will soon bo placed
A good watch is like n good friend
alwavs to be desired and theso
mild gold watches which wo will
award as third district prizes aro
timekeepers or guaranteed quality in
addition lo being handsome nnd oxqul
slto articles of Jewelry. Tho oases nro
beautiful nnd nltiactlvo and fortunate
Indeed will bo the young women to
whom thoy nro awarded. '
A vacation irlp Is something dosir
nil by every ono, nml what would
provo n more Ideal vacation trip than
n trip In Kllauea, whero the wonders
of Iho volcano mny bo seen at leisure
or n Irlp to Honolulu, tho center of Iho
No One Has a "Cinch."
No contestant In Iho race has nnv
"cinch" on theso prizes or oven on the
position sbo occupies at tho present
tltno, nnd each and every ono has an
ciual clinnco lo stop In, nnd by dint
of slucem nnd oarnast elinrt snatch
victory from tlioao who may alroad)
count Ihemsolves ns prize-winners. It
Is not n safo policy for oven tho lead
cik In Iho raco today U eeaso tholr
I One Given in Each District
perfect $100 diamond ring; a
' solid gold ladles' watch and a
! round Irlp to Kllauea or llono-
! lulu nnd return. .Winnors of tho
pIaer-planos hnvi tho privilege)
s of choosing a round Irlp to Snn
Krunclsco, with a stay of ten
days In tho Western Metropolis.
All districts liava nn eciunl
chance for tho Capital prlzo 1012
fiertrudo Watson, 215 School.. 70,010
Mis. I) P. McGregor, 31 Illshop
Mra. J. K lllriun, Parker Iino 70,100
Helen Notley, 323 llucklo I,ano 78,0fi0
Mrs. II. Harris, Scliuncld Ilks. . 78.800
Albort Wholloy. Fort Shatter.. 77,760
Mrs. Dnvld K. Watson, Wnhinao 76,140
Dlnn Nlcper, 1221 N. King.... 72,270
Alnlo Picstldgo, 1201 Pna Lano 07,620
Goruldlno Neumann, 2616
Miss Tnnaku, Alea ri2,600Mlss llllev. Momin Hotel
Kvii Kealnhn, Children's llosp. H2.000 Miss Yntnamnto, 25 Hotel St.
i:ilznbcth Kaleka, Knllhl-kal
Mario Wond. Kitllhl
1)I8TJT NO. 2.
Consists of Honolulu nnd tho
s Island of Oahu from tho ccntor
of Nuuanu Street, Kast.
The prizes that must be won
In this district are an elegant
"Remington" playor-plano; u
perfect 100 diamond ring; n
solid gold ladles' watch and n
s round trip to Kllauea or Hono-
lulu nnd return. .Winners of the
player-pianos hnvo tho pilvllcgo
of choosing n round trip to San
Francisco, with a Btny of ten.
days In tho Western Metropolis.
All districts hnvo an equal
chanco for the Capltul prlzo 1312
AgnrB Aylett. King St SI.730
Mrs. Nnnl Kcnnu, Palolo .... 80.1&0
Kvelyii do In Nnx, Klnnu St . . 80,010
Paulino Voollor, 830 Young St. 79,880
Cnuzlo Sourn. Sanitary Steam
ioulso Zerbe, lowers & Cooko 78,120
Kleunor Holt, I-orcl & Young.. 77,180
Ida Fernandez, Young St 76.8G0
Daisy McKcaguc, IMG Kccau-
moku St i. ... 76,120
Kllzabcth Nielsen, 1407 Nuunnit 7.1,170
Mrs- Winters, Junction Candy
Palmira Maltos, 1683 I.uso .... fi7,M0
Miitllda M. Knos. Manna Valley 62,110
Marjorlo McGuIre, Odlco Sup
ply Co 61,210
Clarissa Cunimlngs. Wnlklkl .. r,G,300
Mrs. Keala Knnl Cartor, Hon.
Iron Works M.OStl
Kdllli K. Pratt, 1631 Kaplolunl. fi2,600
Molllo Mossman, Island Curio
COUPON Not good after June 2
TPIE EVENING BULLETIN
Honolulu, T. II.
Beautiful and Perfect
$100 Diamond RinUS 'a'lellno McCandloss, Moannluu 33,690
J Mrs. Geo. Kinney, Wntorlown. 35.5S0
Purchased from Wall k Iliiuglierlr. Kdna Uluaholc, 1735 I.llllm ... 30,860
ii i .Mrs Jas, Kennedy, Ft. Shatter 30,410
I Hnso Solomon, 1731 Mllha .... 30,820
Vein rauersnn, Alea 2ri,020
Helen Klmbull, Walalua 23,110
Olympla Sllvn, Iloretatiia St.. 25,030
GRAND FREE GIFT CONTEST
This Coupon Will Count fur 10 Votes
Addross I)lt. No.
Good for 10 votos when filled out and sont to tho Kvonlng II u 1 1 e
1 1 n office by mall or otherwise, on or bofnro nxplrntlna dnto. No ballot
will bo ultorcd In any way or transferred nftor being received by tho Con
test Manager. Unless ballot Is carefully trimmed around outsldo linos li
will not bo counted. -
50,3401 Agnes M. Johnson. 1252 Young 47,340
i-i.bbn .Uoso U Hong, 1436 Aloxnndor 46,390
Mary Ah Ping, Normal School 40,nio
Allco Paklko, Kaliilanl Homo. 40,280
Miss Akal. Grcon Uxno 40.250
Kthel Cannon, Bach's Dry
Goods Co 40,220
Kdna Ilrown, Y.W.C.A. Home
? -,. II ).. T tl..nn.
ii n. i irasi i . pin i iiii iiunoT . .
Mrs. W. Oalbralth,. 1628 I.llllm 22,730 Mario I,. I?wls. 1575 I.usltana.
Mrs. Otto Wlssenberry. Scho-
llold Darrncks 21,920
Mrs. Win. Reod, Ft, Shaftor.... 20,360
Marlon A. Fatith, 2505 Hoso,. 18,360
I.ucy Harbor, 1220 Puuniil .... 16,590
Allco Ho, 1234 S. Vlnoyard.... 15,960
Mrs. Elizabeth Dunn, Schoflold
Ubblo K Meok, 2330 l.lllh.i.. 15.360
Academy, Knlmukt 15,140
Kllznbeth Daniels, Arlelgh's. . .
Ada Kcrshnor. 1177 Alakea St.
aunnio Todd, Hawaiian iows
Co , 28,200
Mrs. Paul Smith, Bach's Dry
Goods Co 27,290
Molllo Illock ,451 Hotel 26,490
Mrs, Ilutman, Jordan's 26.000
Clalro llerry, O. It. & I, 25,240
Mrs. llunnun. Ft. Do Hussy... z:,mv
Mrs Sherry Tyun, 1434 Mllha. 12,410 Kvelyn Heart'. 1433 Knplolanl. 24,480
Rlslo Off, Alea 11,420 A ras Windsor. Ulackshonr's
Hat Shop 21,320
Rebecca lopa, Walnnao 10,610
Julia Umlford, 1725 Mllha 10,620
Mis. Dan Hnughtaltlng, 1116
j Morris Umo
'Helen Zerlio, Davis & Co
Mrs. Annlo Ilaiighlon, 1725
Martha Keiilolui, Iwllel ....
Sarah Houghtulllng, 11 Robello
(Nollle Yon Loo, 1076 Jiuld St. . .
Tlielnia LI nil ley, Sacred Heart
Jennie Williams, Vlnoyard St
What Is a New Subscriber?
ror tho benellt of nil candidates wo wish lo clearly explain whnt
will bo considered n NKW subscriber:
Any person who was not taking tho U ti 1 1 o 1 1 n at tho tltno
tho contest opened April 17 but who hns or will subscribe Blnco
Is n NKW subscriber. Changing tho nnmo from ono member of tho
family to another IS NOT NKW. Stopping tho paper which Is be
ing delivered nnd ro-orderlng under nnothcr name at tho samo ad
dress IS NOT NKW.
Kvcry subscription will ho carefully checked nnd certified and
any votes secured on subscription turned In as NKW, which nro In
reality OLD, will bo marked void. In order to bo fair to all candi
dates this rule will bo rigidly enforced during tho contest.
Mnrnea V McChung. Fort St..
Mnry Spauldlng, 1317 Punshou
Minnie Mirson, Hotel St
ICIIen K. Dwlghtn 1543 Mnklkl.
Alberta Miller, Kululanl Homo
Mnrgnrct Kramer, nincksheur's
Lulu Drummond, 679 Prospect
Allco Ilrlckvvood, Knullnnl
Mrs B. S. Sykcs. Ft. Rugor....
Lydln Ng, 2427 Lllllnt
Henrietta Arrudn, 936 B. Queen
Mrs.W.IWootcn, Ft. Do Hussy
Hilda Smith, 1450 Fort ..'
Mrs. P. Mlyakc. 1218 Fort ....
Kthel Carter, Krama St
Mrs, M. Randall, Knglcsldo
Joscphlno Amos, King tit
Kvn McCorrlston, 1901 Punch
bowl Miss Keating, Illshop & Co. ...
Florence Lu linn, Punnhou..,.
Kllznbctfi Hugo, Kawalahno
15,150 lulu nnd return. .Winners of tho
14,490 pmyer-planos hnvo tho privilege
12,640 s of choosing a round Irlp lo Ban
12,560 Francisco, with a slnv of ten
12,200 'days In tho Western Metropolis.
n All districts hnvn nil onlinl s
11,210 1 chanco for tho CapltBl prlzo 19l2
DISTRICT X0. .
Consists of tho Islands of
Kauai and Maul.
Tho prizes that must bo won
In this district are an elegant
"Remington" player-piano; a
'perfect $100 diamond ring; n
solid gold ladles' watch and n
round trip to Kllauea -op llono- i
Grnro Chang, Mime, Kauai.... 80,780
Leslie Lewis, Kahulul, Maul .. 80,400
Mary Nunes, Pain, Maul ...... 79,050
L. Keohl Hart, Walluku. Maul.. 76.920
Uiulso Robinson, Pnla, Maul.. 76,550
Mrs. A. M. Da VIco, Kokaha,
Irmn Wodchousc, Wnlluku,
Ilcrtha Heifers, Maknwell
Addle Carley, Pala, Maul 75,860
Adeline Hose, Lahnlnn 63,170
Mrs. 11. A. Rclchelt, . Mhuo
Italblnn Fernandez, Pala, Maul 67,260
Miss L. P. Aklnn, Wnlmca,
Rosa Hocking, Pain, Maul .... 61,220
Ida Williams, Pain, Maul .... 60,020
Stella Padgett, Maknwell,
Kauai .' 60,650
Miss K. 10. Kdwards, Kllauea,
Knual . 50.220
Lcllanl Weight, Walluku, Maul 47,690
Dolly Hala, liana ,., 45,780
Mrs, W. J. Goodhue, Kalaupa
pa, Molnkai 45,540
Mrs. Nancy Robnck, Kcanao,
Rachel T. Klakona, Peahl, Maul 40,860
Mattlo Jordan, Kckahn, Knual 39,690
Cecilia Akin, Knlaupapii 39,690
Dorn Moycr, Walluku 30,360
MIsb U Keating, Kllntica, Knual 25,290
Mrs. F, Crawford, Walluku.... 20,950
Adeline Corren, Mhuo 14,230
Miss V Tcfft, Kllauea, Kauai. 2,000
Miss Wilcox, Walluku 2,000
DISTRICT NO. 1
Consists or all of the iBlntid
Tho prizes that must bo won
In this district are 'an
"Remington" player-piano; n
perfect $100 diamond ring; a
solid gold lncH"' wntcli and n
round trip to Kllauen or llono-
lulu and return. .Winners of tho
plnyor-planos hnvo tho privilege
of choosing a round trip to Ban
Francisco, with n stay of ten
days In tho Western Metropolis '
All districts have nn equal
chance for tho Capital prlzo 1912
Malamlo M. Coleman. Kohaln. . 80,800
Mrs. John Onbelcr, Ilolunloa. . 79,670
Amy F. Wllllnms, llllo 79,290
Mrs. Mnry F. Lolto, Hllo 78,380
Mrs. P. C. Ilonmer, Hllo 75,210
Quecnlo Shnrrntt, Knmuola.... 72,510
Ktiualoha Akann, Hllo 71,010-
Maraea Knmakawlwoolc, llono-
Helen Wnlson, Olaa 53,270
Allco R. Qulnn, Kobnln 52,170
Mrs, K. S. Capellas, Hakalati.. 50,220
Mrs. Maudo Slsslon, Mt. Viow. . 50.220
Maria Hell, Knwnlhao 46,280
Miss Wllllnms. Honnkna 42,00't
Louise Mclnecke, Walohlnu ... 40,220
Annlo Napier, Hllo 35,860
Mnry Naltlmn, Kurtlstnwn .... 35,690
Mrs. Wm. J Stone. Hllo 35,390
Kmlly Kwnllko, Hllo 32.320
Jennlo Mcdelros, Mt. View .. 30,950
Jennlo Williams, Kohnla 30,820
Lily Moses, Laupahoclioo 30,620
, Winifred Livingstone, Kamuola 30,580
ikiuiso do llama, Koliala 3U,;nu
Dertha Henderson, Kubalau .. 25.320
Allco Ilattlc, Hllo 22,310
Miss M. Thomas, Hllo ..' 30,470
Mrs, Gloria Qulnl 16,000
Jennie Gnspar, Honnmc, llawnll 2,120
Ruth Klderts, Kapolio '. 2.000
Special Extra Vote Offer
Positively the Best Offer of the Contest on
A Splendid Opportunity for Every Candidate
Value of Subscription Payments
THE EVENING BULLETIN
TIIK nULLKTIN DAILY
Ono Month '.76 700
Three Months .. 2.00 3,000
Six Months .... 4.00 10,000
Ono Year 8.00 25,000
Two Years 16.00 60.000
Ono Yoar 12.00 36,000
Two Yours 24,00 85,000
Changing from tho W o o k
sldored h NKW subscription,
the II u 1 1 o 1 1 n ofllco or paid
TIIK BULLETIN WEEKLY
Amount Voles (llien
Price New (Mil
Blx Months .60 700
Ono Ycur 1.00 1,500
Two Years 2.00 3,000
Ono Year 2 00
Two Years 4.00
ly Uullotln to tho Dally will bo con
Subscriptions must bo sent by mall, paid at
to tho candldato In portion.
Wllhelnilna Illncklo, Ulshop &
Mrs. Dr. Tuttlc, Ft. Do Russy.. 22,190
Kuthorlno Itnlilnn k-ulmukl 21.410
8,620 Mrs. Jas. Rice, Illom's 20.520
i Mrs. Grace KUon, 618 King ... 20,490
8,230 Jva GonsalveB. 648 S. Doretnnla 20,450
2,360 Adclo Wlcko, 1071 Kllliut 20,310
1 Daisy Smith, 1450 Fort 18,310
6,090 Rachel Wllklns, 1885 Knlukuua 16,950
norence Abbey, Knullanl Home 16,210
For soven days only
tlon to the votei nWcmjo
We will give each an
ING BULLETIN office flv
one year each, between M
We will give each an
months' subscriptions bet
Nothing loss than, aix moo
Thli It an opportunlt
two for six months. This
The subscriptions tho
secured. An accurate aco
The Contoit Dopartmo
ants entitled to them.
Candidates are not re
all they secure.
Two.year weekly or d
subscriptions will count a
beginning WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, and ending MAY 29, at 9 p. m. In addi.
n subscriptions according to the above, schedule, we make to contestants tho
d every contestant an extra ballot of 50,000 votes who turn into the EVEN
e old twelve-month daily subscriptions, or 30 old weekly subscriptions for
y 22 and May 29.
d every contestant an extra ballot of 2V00 votes who turn In five old six
ween the above dates, or 15 old weekly subscriptions for one year oach.
tht' subscriptions will apply on this offer.
y to catch the leaders. Take advantage of it. Yearly subscriptions count
is an opportunity to get extra votes by a little effort,
uld not be held back until the last day, but should be turned in as soon as
ount will be kept of all subierlptlons turned in by contestants.
nt will Iss'ue extra ballots after this offer closes and mail same to contest-
stricted as to the number of clubs they secure, but will be given credit for
ally subscriptions will count as two years on offer. Likewise longer term
s so many years on oner.
2 Oflft f!ftrrt riiinn OAntral nrammar
Huttlo Annlo. Llllhu Bt 2.000. School ..'... ir. 460
Ruth Yap, Kuuluwela Lauo.... 2,000 1 Mrs. J. 8. Johnson, FL Rugor. 15,210
Contest Department, Evening Bulletin, Honolulu, T.H.
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