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HONOLULU, STAMULLETIX, MONDAY, SKPivV 4012.
FRIDAY: ' J
SATURDAY i ; J
' All visiting member, of the
ordiT are cordially Invited to at
tend meetings Of local -lodges.
IHWOLULtf LODGE, 1L B. P. 0.' E,
,V ' Itoaolulu Lodge No. 1,
YA, jf 8. P. O. Elks, meets In
A " rT their tall; on King t SU
v - near Fort, every Fridaj
' evening. Visiting Brotb
, , era are cordially invited
' ' V,,,,, ' to attends '
H A-E MUUPHY, E. a"
3 ; " H." DUNSHEE, Sec.;.;
" Meet on the
2nd and. 4th
at K.P. hall
7:30- 5. M.
cordially' invited to attend.
tt2 JIcKIMET lODGEi 30. 8.V
Meets every 2nd and 4th Sater-
.day evening at 1:30 o'clock In
K. or P., Hall, cor. Fort and
Beretania. VislUne- . brothers
cordially -Invited to attend.-
- V ::-A. f. G ERTZ. C: C. !'
:: v F. F K1LBEY. KR. b.V.
k IIO.XOLTJLU AEEIE 110, F. 0 E.
..t""" v Meets on second and fourth
t6. Wednesday 'evening of each,
- month at 1 : 30 ' . o'clock, : in
KJ of P. Hall, corner Fort
and Beretania. Visiting; brothers are
Invited to, attend, r -" , ' t i ;
' ;WM. ONTS, 'T7. P. V
v : S'-r Tr-. ASCII, iSecy y, ;
. " . 1 I '' " 'I. n i " i' .i .
HAWAIIAN TMBE. H0.'J, 1. Or .R. M.
Meets every frst and third
f ! Tuesday .of each month- la j
' Fra ter ni ty Hall, I. 0. O. r F." I
. building.,' YhitiJig" brothers
k cordially invited to attend
J.s C SOUSA,'Stfchem. -'J-
LOUIS X PERRY, C.' of R.
i uoxoitiu lorGE m m,y
' JL 0. 0. 3L
will meet in Odi FellowsV building,"
Fort street, near. King, every. JETriday
evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Visiting . brothers cordially tavl.ted
ts attctid. ''-' ' -'. ..v4jii .
, r AM UROfeE J. YVTRTA pktator.
JAMES W. LLOYD. Secretary, .
If Honolulu. were again swept
, by a ronilMgrntlott, conld :'yei
collect jocr i&sar&ncc! .
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
, , (ESTABLISHED ' 1826) , .
represent the ... the largest a od k
, strunffcst fire Insurance com pa
"-. b!cs in the world.
Liberal Settlements ?
850 S-bed room house and lot 45x55
- oa Kuaklnl SL Extension, near
v.; Fort St' , ': , V-
XIOOO-rLot on Iuunui Ave.," adjoining
; Oahu C. - Club 10,000 sq. ft. ,
flSOOlO-acre rarm. KallhV:l miles
. '7 from Kinsr St."
122-Lot 177x07, vi-Jth house, on LI
bollno St, nar Maklkl Fire
: .station. .' :
P. E R. STRAUCH.
Waity Building ; 74 8. King 8trt
SECOND YEAR ,
INSURANCE COMPANY OF
; ? HAWAI I, LTD.
.. r - V- O'Neill Bldg. ' : ; t .
96 King Street; Corr Fori" Street
i Telephone 3529 .
"Zi ,; ,..P. H. BURNETTE. ,?
; Cmmlsienr of Ded..ior. CaKTor
' and New York; NOTARY PUB-
" LIC Grants Marriage Lfoenses. Draws
Mortgtgesr Dtedi, T Blils Sale,
. ' Lsases, Wills, : to. Attorney for thm
DiMet Court. ,70 MERCHANT- ST,
. HONOLULU;', Phone ; 1843. 7 V '
Str-Bollttln Ads. are Best Basincst
4- I .
Feet total lift
cents costfor fuel
, r i.
it4 -t ?
$ 1 ij. 1
GEO. H. PARIS,
7.?.i.W 1 i "
8lf-9tsrter ana, -Wf
: ' - V - 4 EUctricay 'Llgjhttd
Geo: IV Becliley;
VON HAMM-VOUNG COLTD.
Importers, Machinery and
Commission v Merchants4 -
t !; ; Dealers In V'-.'-''- -' ''
Automobiles and Automobile :
v -i V'A; Supplies 'vr fA ''!
ALEXANDER' YOUNG ' BLDG. :
. ' Cor; King and Bishop. Sts.
' : ; : . V-TELEPHONES: ; f l IV : :;
- -Of flee w . v i 2137 i
Auto Supply Dept? . . j . ... 3817 ;,
Auto Salesroom ..;.V;.V. 326S
'.' Merchandise & Machinery.- 2417
Garage - I . 2201 v
I! . I 4 I I I III III . I I III I i I I
- , .... r.
SUPPLIES AND REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED GARAGE,? LTD
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO. :
,; Morchant Strset :
' Uss a PREST-O-LITE TANK",
on your Automobile Z and evs .
Gonorator Troubles. 'fj-.- -
Acetylene Light and 3 "
f Agency Co., Ltd.
all we ask is. a trial
: J WORKS V i
Phone 1823 Kapiolanl Bldg
Sarvlco il s. Alway a . Good. .at. the
UnM ' Barber, Shop,
Cunha's Alley, Next Union
GrilV tn King Street'
' ' Limited
Night and Day Phone: 132S
THE, HARRISON MUTUAL
From ' 1 to, 10 years old:., $2.50
From 10 to 30 years old. . . 3.50
From SO to '40, years old... 4.50
From. 40 to 50 years old... 5.50
From 50 to 60 years old... 6.50
J. D. " Marques, Pres. .
J. H. Townsend,. Secy.
1YAS AlVABBED HIGIIEST IIOXOUS
At. the recent California State
Fair held'at Sacramento:1
A GOLD A IV A Ml
A BLUE RIBBON ATTAUD and
T A CASH PBIZE
Gook A C
GRWS BUTlFiJLy HEAVY HAIR r
1 PROVE m ClTliERII"
Destroys Dandruff Stops Falling Hair Cleans and Invigor
ates Your Scafp Qelightful Dressing
To be iosse83ed of a head of heavy.
beautiful hair; soft, lustrous, fluffy,
wavy and free from dandruff is mere
ly a matter of using a little Dander
ine. It is easy and inexpensive to have
nice, soft hair and lots of it. Just
get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's
I Danderine now ail drug stores rec
ommend it apply a little as directed
and within ten minutes there will be
an appearance of abundance; fresh
ness, fluffiness and an incomparable
gloss and lustre and try as you will
you cannot find a trace of dandruff
or falling hair; but your real surprise
will be after about two weeks' use.
The first game of yesterday's double
header at Athletic Park was between
the Portuguese and Hawaiis, and went
to the ' former team 4 to 3, after a
, close and interesting contest -
La Mere pitched for the winers, and
proved quite effective on the slab, in
spite of the fact that two of his fin
ger tips looked like pieces of Ham
The figures follow: '
En Sue. cf ...I.. 3 0 1 0 2f"l? 0
Chillhigworth, ss. .3 0 0- 0 5 1 3
D. Desha, -2b 4 2 3 2 0 1 0
E. Fernandez, lb. 2 0 0 3 7 0 0
Mclntyre; rf ....3 .1 00 10 0
Jones, c 4 0 0 0 2 1 0
BrltOv lf.4 . ...3 0 0 0 2 0 1
Hayes, 3b ......4 0 0 2 0 1 0
Lota, p 3 0 01 5 6 0
A.- Desha ....... 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals.... ..30 3 4 8 24 10 4
Batted for Brito in ninth laning.
P. A. a
r ,; ABRBHSBPOA E
A, Joseph, rfv....4 , 0 1 0 0 0 : I
Ornellas, 3h V.4 2- 0 , 2 2 3 0
La Mere p "J .. ; .V. S ' 0 1 r""16 1
McCarthy,; 2b . ..4 0 0 Q 110
FlizeT, Xb ) , . . ... 4 0 10 12 1 - 1
F." Joseph, c .-...4 0 0 0 C 0 0
Freitas. ss V. ... ,2 '-I'? 0 0 2 4 1
Madeira, cf . . . . .3 1 ; 1 0 10 0
Zamiska, If.... .'. 3 0 1 ; 0 i: 2 0 i 0
' ; Totals. ,.. ..31 4' 5 2 27 15 , 4
HawaUa V. , . .'. .0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 03
Base hits .ir. .0 0 11 0 1 01 04
p, a: a ..:o 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 4
rtetoa hta "'' ; 1 111 1 ft O 0 5
K Summary Sacrifice iits,- Chilling1
worth, E. Fernandez ; sacrifice fly, Mc
Intyre ; left on bases; Hawaiis (5, P
A. C. 6: first base on errors, Hawaiis
3P. A. C. 3 hit by pitcher. En Sue;
struck out, hy La Mere 6, Lota z;
bases on called balls, off. La Mere 2.
Lota' 2: i- TJmnires: ?Bowery and Betten-
hotirt? ferert RaDOSQ time of game.
4hvur 24 mihtits. -: v v
James I. B. Greig is the! first golfer
to get his name on the Navy cup. By
completing the 36 holes yesterday in
the excellent figures of gross 157,
which with a handicap of eight gave
him a ifet 149, he led the field by the
big margin of 17 strokes, and won
hands down. Postmaster Pratt was
second, with a net 166 obtained by ; a
27 handicap, ' -
The day was a good one for golf,
and the fact that only twelve play
ers entered was a surprise to the
committee. Apparently ' the County
Club golfers' are. made of sugar, for
there were several complaints over
the setting of the competition for 36
bjles. Away from here there is sel
dom a medal competition for less
than 36 holes, and to hear husky,
able-bodied men beef over playing
four times round a short' nine-hole
course, is the joke of the season.
Besides getting his name on the
cup, which was presented to the
Oahu Country Club by the officers
of the Pacific fleet as a perpetual
trophy for annual -competition, Greig!
gets an ;indivldual inrize ; as a souve
nir of fcfe Wirl b - i V '
(Continued from page 9.)
being that the runner Was safe with
the tieing. run' beyond dispute.
Certainly the Asahis should have
scored in the eighth, but they didn't
so Hilo took the job off their hands.
Easton was safe on another bad er
ror of C. Moriyama. at short, .Watson
fanned and Todd hit. Moriyama
steadied and fanned Hisinaga, but Ed.
Desha spilled the beans with a
double to left, scoring both men.
ABR BH SB PO A E
Araki. 3b 2 1 1 0 0 2 0
Murakami, 2b . ..3 1 0 0 1 4 1
Nishi, c .2 0 1 0 5 1 0
Noda, lb ,.. 2 0 0 0 ,9 0 1
nnrin 1 rimp
r w w. t
Yamashiro, cf 4 1 2 0 1 : 1 0 J
when you will see new hair fine and
downy at first yes but really new
hair sprouting out all over your
scalp Danderine is. we believe, the
only sure hair grower; destroyer of
dandruff and cure for itchy scalp and
itTnever fails to stop falling hair at
If you want to prove how pretty and
soft your hair really is, moisten a
cloth with a little Danderine and
carefully draw it through your hair
taking one, small strand-at a time.
Your hair will be soft, glossy and
beautiful in just a few moments a de
lightful surprise awaits everyone who
C. Moriyama. ss..4 0 1 1 2 1 2
Kurisaki, If 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 J
Kojima, rf 4 0 0 0 1 0 0
T. Moriyama, p. .3110121
...28 4 6 1 24 11 5
...5 0 0 0 3 2 1
W. Desha, rf
A. Desha, 3 b
G. Desha, If .
Watson, 2b ..
Todd, cf .
Hisanaga, c . .
Kekoa, p ....
E. Desha, p .
0 0 0 1
0 3 2 0
0 0 0 3
12 0 1
10 0 9
0 0 0 0
0 1 0 0 0 0
Totals...... 33 6 6 1 27 18 4
Score by innings:
Asahis .00 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 4
Base hits ....0 10 10 2 1 0 1
Hiios .. ..;.7;v.o 0 2 0 0 2 0 2 6
. Base hits ....0 0 1 0 0 2 1 2 6
Summary Two-base hits, G. Desha,
E. Destia: sacrifice hits. Murakami.
Nishi; sacrifice fly, Araki; left on
bases, Asahis -7, 'Hilos 7; first base on
errors.'Asahiflr'LHiloa 4: hit by pitch
er, G.- Desha; struck out, by Kekoa
3. Desha 2. Moriyama , 6; bases on
called balls, off Kekoa 4. Desha 3
Moriyama 3; wild pitches, Moriyam
2: innints Ditched: by Kekoa 7, m
Desha 2; hits,' off Kekoa 5, E. Desha
1. UmDiresBoverund ChiHingworth;
scorer, RaposbV time, of game, 1 hour
! BertV B6weraiii;iHenry qhiUing?
worth worked welf together as arbi-
t rators in "the games with Hilo Sat
arday and Sunday, u - - v
JJoe Fernandez struck '. a ; popular
note when he - hit: a ball Into the bass
horn of the 'Band ' Saturday.' It is
the only ball that ever went into, the
bleachers- for a bass hit
'i .1 Sunday's ; game , drew, the biggest
and most enthusiastic crowd 0 the
year. If the yAsahis had won there's
no, telling whit .would have happened
- The Chinese over the fence timed
their ' explosifes- so nicely yesterday
that many thought the racket was a
carefully ; planned . demonstration' to
applaud sensational plays of the, local
team. ; t,- - . :
7' In the f)fthof yesterday's curtain
raiser;; La .Mere, tne nara-nictin
Coast Artilleryman, who came in on
pass from " camp at Schof ield Bar-
Tacks' especially to pitch for the Por
tuguese, hit the Obak sign on the
right , field fence. He's entitled to
1000 Obak cigarettes by calling on T.
J. Kelly. '
- The fourth' of yesterday's game
brought out some sensational field
ing by the - Asahis, who retired i the
opposition in 1-2-a order, by some
C. Moriyama made a great running
jump to spear Brickwood's liner in
Murakami made two assists in the
seventh while comfortably seated on
Captain Easton of the Hilo team.
played the first bag yesterday and
showed real class. For a man wiCh
a broken arm he can throw some.
Tuesday the Hilos line up against
the J. A. C.s, and then it's goodbye
to the visitors until next year.
Writing under. this title in the cur
rent number of Harper's Weekly, Ed
ward Mayard Moss describes our ath
letic triumph at Stockholm in the
Olympic Games. "Some idea of the
caliber of the athletes and the com
petition can be gained from the fact
that thirteen new Olympic and nine
world's records were established dur
ing the games. The victory of Ar
nold Jackson of Oxford in the l,50u
meter run was the only feature that
redeemed England's poor display.
Jack Harrison, middleweight cham
pion of England and holder of " the
Lord Lonsdale .belt, is the latest pug
ilistic -arrival from London. Eddie
Moran, bantam champion of Wales,
who won theJJritish title from Digger
Stanley recently by default, came
over with Harrison and is anxious to
meet Johnny. Coulon.
During a baseball game at Hurl
burt, Indiana. Ray McGinley, 10 years
of age, was struck on the right temple
and killed by a ball batted, by his
father, Robert McGinley.
Senator Perkins of California has
fvunounced his intention of retiring
from political life at the end of his
SAWED OFF Jgr
Prosit RcEef -Poroses Cert
UVER PILLS i
bis act Mrdy
but gcany w
tbe iner. - :
tK comp!ixloa Wintea
ey. &uH WI, SmII Dm, SmB rVke
Genuine ontiMr Signature
' Geary Street above Union Square
European Plan $L50 a day up
V: American Plan $3.00 a day up- '
Ifew steel and brick structure.
Every comfort "and convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
rates. In. the center of theatre and
retail district. On car does trans
ferring to all parts of city. " Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
- ; as Hawaiian Islaud Headquarters.
Cable Address "TrawetsABC code;'
J JL Leve. Honofolu representative.
St Santa Barbara
Reinforced Concrete BufUIng." 225 Rooms.- 21 frst
class eflna bouses nhhla 1 Wock. Rates $1. 11.80
to 14.00 pflfdaj. F.LAAW.Tunia.PioBt.Msn
Newly Renovated Best Hotel
V: ". - on Kauai . ,'
TourlsTriftdoSfljeittd : ;j
GOOD M EAL3 , ::-.
; Rates . RMSonable
C W. SPITZ Proprietor
Has prepared for the tour
ist business by the addition
of two more , bungalows'
beautifully furnished.. They
are, now ready, for occu-
Emma,' Above Vineyard
SPEND THIS WEEK-END AT
THERE'S ?A REA30N FOR IT
Will Reopen on October 15 as a Family
Board for two in large room
.120 per month
Board . for two in large room, with
sleeping verenda $140 per month
Board for wo in large room, with
private bath and sleeping veranda
.?170 per month
Island rates. $3 to $5 per day. House
open for inspection. Reservations can
be made now. PHONE 3427.
HENRI JULES PINCHON, Manager .
ME FOR A SWIM AT THE
Says the Wise Bather
has the best Home-made
Bread, German Pretzels and
Coffee Cake. Be sure and ring
1129 FORT STREET.
r I Li. . - I
dure . 4 i
Star.Iiulletitt Ads. are Best Business
(letters. -- ly-:" ' .
C. Q. Yee Hop
MEAT MARKET AND
Clothing and Shoes
Yce Chan & Co.,
BETHEL AND KIG STS.
BUY YOUR DRY GOODS' from
King SLj 3 Doors from Bethtt
Fine Lint of Dry 'Goods
King St. .". .." Ewa Flshmarket ;
'Importer xt Oriental; Gooda
Wo Tai & Co.,
,94t Nuuantv near King Street.
in Hardsome5 Greys
V. YL AHANA,
62 SOUTH KING STREET "
The Wong Wong Co.,
Builders and Contractors
Office: dMaunakea( SL i'JSl
i L Chong & Co. ; ,
: v1; FURNITURE -. - vj"
Mattress Upholstering and Fur
i v.:V nitur Repairing "
22 BERETANIA, nr. NUUANU
Youll find what you want at the;
City Hardware . Co.,
... ..Nuuanu ami Kino, Street -l
XTins; Cbpnfj Co. '
" KING ST,'; NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture, , Mattress
es,1 etc4 etc. All kinds of KOA
and MISSION; FURNITURE
made : to order,. v'
vNEW DRUG STORE
v 1 SODA WATER FOUNTAIN;
HAWAII DRUG CO. ,
) T 42 Hottr St., at end of Bethel
Well stocked with New-Drugs
7-V' f : ind. Novettiea. - -V
- it, "-: .f ,- ". . ' ,
THE BICYCLE DEALER and
R E PAI R E R, has moved to
1 8 0 KING STREET
New location Red fronLv- nearv
Young Bldg. Telephone 2518-
Telephone 3197 P. O. Box 70S
' Vulcaniaing" Work 1
182 Merchant St, near AJakca
HONOLULU, T. IL
Japanese Provisions and
; . ; - General ; Merchandise ?
.' Nmianu. St, - Near. King St ;
Clothes : Cleaned, and Pressed-
S. HARODA .
Fort & Pauahi Sts Phone 3029
NO PRESERVATIVES IN
THE BEST MILK
FOR ALL PURPOSES
Your' Grocer Sells It "
G. M. DUNCAN V
258 Beretania SW opp: Royal
Hawaiian Hotel Phone 3524
You can telephone messages
for ships at sea t the-
Ring up .1574. - '
FOR SALE OR HIRE
.. Telephon ,1JC3
., r-: 'r Limited v- l"'
. 52 KUKUI STREET
REPAIRING or :
; ' PAINTINQ. A SPECIAUTy
Wright - Hustcce
': 4 . KING AfiD SOUTH
GAGE A KNOX
MILTON & PARS0M3 .
Tihon 5CC3 ' 111 Fort Ct.
Boston Clock : Second Floor
HIGH - CLASS MILLIfiZnY
- - ;Cluh- Statles Clock ,
MRS E.:E. DAV12, PrcprUtsr
BEAUTIES IN HCACCZAn
'.Are Always Fc'.r. J at t.w.
rJMvJ . 0 J i
- A , FORT STREST
FALL O REN I N O
PATTC n N H A T G
-will - be oa dl3;!iy froa
' AUGUST 13 - -
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J. 1 , , . . ... J
l,lmp5rt:rs cf Li:;, Zur:;:zn
1-; HOT'l. 1 '7
mm - ... . , s
And you want a c::i j:-, try
me-Torn C v;rp t
chahp cicr.'a zzz:
f ' - EVERYWHZZ '
Phone 1C37 ,E?7 Ksih-.-.-nxn-j
CIGAR NOW to " V
OAHU. FUn:nTi;r:z co.
King -.Street 1 ;c?psslta : Young
Hotel 't . . : P. O. Box S4a
''ziv: Phona 2022
CHEMICAL ENGINZ3 AND
j K WATCH MAN'S CLCCK5
. ' For Safe' By. vV.
J. A. GILLIAN
': ' Fort Street -
' ' : INSURANCE - . "
: LOANS NEGOTIATED
Stangenwald Building .
Butternut : prend
.The One Best Bread ; .
WHEN. YOU - WANT- FENCE
- S - . r
: ..-. -- occ . v
J. c. ten,
ALAKEA STREET .
WILL DO IT