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Shirts and Neckwear
The kind that is NOT Ire-peeled.
J. M. LEVY & CO, : Distributor!
Dr. V. MITAMURA
OFFICE HOURS! 9 TO 12 A. M.
20 Beretania St.
Slort Stroot near Beretania.
Hare an en tiro now line of h&ta,
and trimmings just from tho Eaitsri
Market Drop In and boo thorn.
James L. Holt
O flora somo flno lots near tho cat
lino at Palamfl. at a bargain, also tn
balmy sea-beach home of the late Ad
mlral Beckley at Aqua Marino.
Ben of the Fleet and Tourists.
The beat place In Honolulu to buj
Jade and Chine a Jewelry of all kind
II HOTEL AND SMITH STREET!
HONOLULU LODGE NO. Ill,
B. P. O. ELKS.
Meets In their hall on King itrer
near Tort, ovory Friday evening. Vis
ltlng Brothers are cordially invited t
A. B. MTJItPHY, B. R.
H. DUNSHEE, Soc'y.
HONOLULU LODGE, NO. 100,
L. O. O. M.
Will meet In Odd Fellows' Bulldlnt
Tort street, near King, every Friday
evening at 7:30 p. m. Visiting brotk
era cordially invited to attend.
AMBROSE J. WIB.TZ, Dictator.
H. A. JACOBSON, Secretary.
NELSON B. LAN8INQ, Distributer
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.
Plumbers and Sheet Metal Worker
STOVES AND RANGES.
Phono 1667. Cor. King and Bishop i
ATLAS ASSURANCE COMPANY 0
NEW YORK UNDERWRITERS'
Tde B. F. oiillngdam compartg, Ltd.
General Agents for Hawaii.
Fourth Floor, Stangenwald Bulldlsi
Just received by tho S. S. Sierra
tho very latest In fancy tailored linen
suits also one piece linen dresses and
Bowers' Merchant Patrol
And Confidential Agency
Reliable Watchmen Furnished.
Thone 1061. P. O. Box 184
City Headquarters. Club Stables.
Cor. King and South Sta.
W. W. WRIGHT & CO., LTD.
Kellogg & Dempsey
Auto, Motor and Carriage Repairing
will save you money. Call and set
one In operation.
ACETYLENE LIGHT A AGENCY
Huatace avenue, off South BL
The Hawaiian Socletv of Sons nf ihn
American Revolution has issued Its
roglstor for 1012 with ro'l of momborB
and' their revolutionary ancestors and
othor Information of lntorest to the
tocloty. it contains 84 pages nnd was
compiled by Lylo A. Dickey, i'orlcy L,
Homo, Robert J. Pratt and Howard
A list of anniversaries celebrated by
tho society Is followed by a historical
sketch' of tho Bocloty, which contains
many addresses delivered on various
occasions. Ono document of lasting
interest Is an address to tho mombcra
of tho National Society, prepared at
tho suggestion of Lorrin A. Thurston,
advocating tho annexation of the Re
public of Hawaii, which was adopted'
on May 22, 1897, or about a year be
fore tho dcslro was realized
From a list of prat officers of tho
Hawaiian Society the following names
of presidents with their years of of
flco are taken: Peter Cuehman Jones,
1895-1897; Albert Francis "Judd, 1898;
William F. Allen, 1899-1900; William
R. Castle, 1901; Frank S. Dodge, 1902;
Frederick Jowott Lowrey, 1903;
Charles M. Cooke, 1904-5; John Ellin-
ger, 1900-07; Georgo R. Carter, 1908-09;
Dr. Charles Bryant Cooper, 1910-11.
A roster of officers and members of
Aloha chapter, Daughters of tho Amer
ican Revolution, concludes tho book.
Fresh from her recent triumphs as
tho soloist with Jan ICubellk and with
tho Russian orchestra in their Amer
ican tours, Eva Mylott, tho Austra
lian contralto, arrived hero yesterday
morning in the- Manchuria, en routo
to Australia, wbero sho is to bo tho
recipient of as grand a welcome as
was accorded to Madame Melba. Miss
Mylott Is tho protegee of Madamo
Melba, and it was through tho Influx
enco of Melba that Miss Mylott was
given instruction by tho best vocal
teachers of Europe. Sho returns to
Australia one of the most famous of
ccntraltos, and Is now kuown as
Miss Mylott is registered at the
Young Hotel where sho will remain
until next Wednesday, when sho
leaves for Australia in tho Canadian
Australian liner Makura.
On Monday evening Miss Mylott
will bo presented at tho Hawaiian
Opera House in a concert. The pro
gram is being arranged by Miss My
lott and will possibly bo ono which
was used during her tour with Kube
11k. Tho sale of seats opened yesterday
morning at tho promotion committee
rooms. The plan will be open daily.
AT YOUNG TONIGHT
Th First Infantry band will give a
concert at tho Alexander Young hotel
roof garden tonight, commencing at
half-past seven. Tho program will bo:
March Washington Grays . .Grafulla
Overture Jubcl Flotow
Waltz Invitation a la Valso. .Weber
Selection Tho Dollar Princess. . .Fall
Suite Ballet Egyptien Lulglni
Serenade La Paloma Yradier
Selection Tho Chocolate Soldier..
Fantasia Maryland Short
CARD OF THANKS.
Kakaako Mission wcro tho guests
of Central Union Church at Puriabou
on Kamehamcha day, and the Mission
wishes to extend to them their sin
coro thanks for tho royal way they
were entertained, and for tho many
pleasures of tho day.
Tho Christian Knights and tho
Knights of tho Round Tablo had an
opportunity of playing tho national
gamo much to their delight, with a
scoro of 15 to C In favor of tho
Knights of tho Round Tablo.
Thero ia a boxer named Kid Baker
In town looking for a match.
Fine Job Printing, Star Office.
is a hotel In tho f.rst class
from any point of view. Tho
location Is within walking
distance of all amusements
and the shopping district.
Emma street above Vineyard.
I Elk's Building
Official Scorer Rapozo of tho Oahul
Senior Baseball League, kindly fur
nishes tho Star with tho following
tablo of averages, compiled to date: I
TEAM FIELDING AVERAGES.
Club. G PO A E TC Pet.
P. A. C... 5 135 70 18 223 919
Star C 1G2 88 28 278 899
AFahl 5 135 73 25 233 893
Hawaii .... C 1G2 85 33 280 882
J. A. C. ... G 162 92 35 289 874
TEAM BATTING AVERAGES.
Teams G AB R H SB SH Pet.
Star .... 6 228 47 57 24 1 250
J. A. C. .. G 209 45 52 2G 10 249
Hawaii ..0 229 37 5G 2G G 244
P. A. C... 5 1G8 22 33 10 3 19G
Asahi .. 5 155 17 20 29 5 129
INDIVIDUAL BATTING AVERAGES.
(Four or More Games.)
Names G AB R H SB SH Pet.
Markham (J). 5 20 9 9 1 1 450
A. Desha (H).G 2G 2 11 2 0 423
Joy (S) 6 24 G 10 1 0 417
Meyers (H) ..4 17 4 7 0 1 412
Burns (S) ....4 20 10 8 4 0 400
.Hampton (J) .5 18 4 7 4 3 389
Sumner, (S) ..5 21 7 8 3 0 381
Clilll'g (J) ...6 2G 11 9 8 0 340
Bushnoll (P) .5 18 5 C 2 1 333
Ornellas (P) ..5 20 4 6 3 0 300
Kualli (J) ...5 17 G 5 5 2 294
Hnopil (S) ...4 17 3 5 1 0 291
Williams (H) .4 14 1 4 3 0 28G
Fn Sue (H)...G 25 G 7 8 1 280
La Mere (P).5 18 2 5 1 0 278
Y.imashlro(A) 5 11 0 3 5 0 273
Ppyes (H) ...I 11 3 3 2 0 273
Dobsky (S) ..4 15 2 4 0 0 2G7
Freltis (P) ...5 19 2 5 0 0 2G3
Brlto (J) 4 13 .0 3 0 0 231
D. Desha (II) .0 27 3 G 3 2 222
Ki.risakl (A).. 5 18 3 4 4 0 222
Fousa (P) ...4 18 4 4 3 0 222
Reeve (S) ...6 23 5 5 2 0 217
Hnmauku (H),4 19 3 4 0 1 211
riruns (J) ...4 15 2 3 0 0 200
Arnkl (A) ...4 15 2 3 2 1 200.
Franco (J) ...G 2G 2 5 2 1 192
Notley (J) ...G 22 3 4 1 2 182
Schuman (S) .5 22 4 4 5 0 182
Nlshi (A) ...4 11 2 2 1 0 182
Mclntyro (H) .G 25 3 4 3 1 1C0
Nodo (A) ....5 23 1 3 2 1 158
J. Meyer (H) .4 19 2 3 0 0 158
Hnyashl (A) .5 15 ' 2 2 2 1 133
Dreier (H) ...G 25 4 3 0 0 120
ITcntnor (S) . .G 2G 5 3 4 1 115
Murakami (A) . i 9 2 1 3 0 111
At Schoflcld barracks next Friday
night tho following boxing contests
will bo decided:
1. Main event, 12 rounds, Bauer
sock, 5th Cav., vs. Kllsner, 1st Inf.,
light at 150 pouna's.
2. First preliminary, DrI.ico'.l, 2nd
Inf., vs. Regnler, 5th Cav., G rounds,
at 138 pounds.
3. Second preliminary, Klbby, 5th
Cav., vs. Cotter, 5th Cav., G rounds, at
4. Third preliminary, Cross, let Inf.,
vs. Maascy, 1st F. A 4 roundB, at 120
We believe that our present line of Men's Shirts,
Collars and Ties contains a greater variety than
has been ever offered for inspection in Honlulu.
In Shirts we have "E& W" and "Star," so well known
for the high quality of material, superior needlework
and perfect fit. These shirts are in styles for formal
dress, semi-formal dress, business and outing wear
$ 1 .25 to $3.00
Neckwear for all occasions, SOc to $200
"The Store for
(Continued from pago three.)
Club, Class B, will play C. Axelrod of
tho Y. M. C. A., Class B.
4:00 A J. Marshall of tho Y. M. C
A., Class C, will play J. Macaulay of
tho Beretania Club, Class B.
Class A players will give Class B
players -15. and Class B players
will give Class C players -15.
THE BIG LEAGUES
(Percentages June 15.)
W. L. Pet.
Oakland 37 23 .017
Vernon 34 24 ,58G
Los Angeles 31 28 .525
Sacramento 24 32 .420
Sari Francisco 25 34 .424
Portland 21 31 .404
New York 32 7
Cincinnati 2G 18
Chicago 22 18
Pittsburg 20 19
St. Lou'fl 21 25
Philadelphia 1G 21
Brooklyn 13 25
Boston 13 30
Chicago 30 15
Boston 2G 17
Detroit 24 21
Washington 23 21
Cleveland' 21 20
Philadelphia 19 19
Now York 13 2G
St. Louis 13 30
V. ' Ij. Pet.
Vancouver 27 23 .590
Victoria 2G 23 .531
Portland 24 24 .500
Tacoma" . . .' 24 25 .490
Seattle 23 2G .409
Spokane 23 2G .4G9
Tho Maul sportsmen aro said to bo
organizing a powerful All-Maul nine.'
Jack Cordell weighs
pounds at present.
Jdd Cabral wants to got back into
Kradalac and Williams put up a
rattling good eight-round go when
they met beforo. Tho latter got tho
decision by a shado.
Donny Lcary'a debut will bo watch
ed with lntorest
Thore will bo a meeting of tho
Oahu Senior Baseball Leaguo at the
usual tlmo and placo this evening.
The only cool shirt to wear during
the hot summer. We also have the
Crepe by the yard.
THE ORIENTAL CREPE GOODS CO.
16 King St.
Upholstery and Drapery Work
J. HOPP & CO., Ltd.
THE ONLY COMPLETE CAR
Electrically Self TTVTTEPT? QT A TEP
Started and Lighted H 1 IV OIHIEj
MODEL 40 5 Passenger, Fore Door Touring Car.
MUDliL. 41 t rassenger Demi ionneau.
MODEL 42 Roadster type all with the splendid new
en bloc motor, 4J4 in. bore, 5y2 in. stroke; 40 H.P.
MODEL 507 Passenger, Fore Door Touring Car.
MODEL 51 4 Passenger, Demi Tonneau.
MODEL 52 Roadster type all with the new "T" head
5 in. bore, 6 in. stroke motor; 50 H.P
GEO. W. MOORE
Important business is down for dis
cussion and a full attendanco la re
Several lessons taught by tho ret
cent marathon should bo remembered.
Makiki Demons, 12; Advertiser
Next Sunday at Makiki tho liberty
nlno will cros3 bats with tho Bijou
Noxt Sunday tho J. A. C. will play
the Asahia and tho Stars will opposo
tho P. A. C.
Bauersock will havo a bout at Scho
ilold Barracks beforo hooking up with
Leary on the 29th instant.
Eddlo Madison may arrivo in tho
courso of a month.
If Charley Cbillingdorth takes a
ball team to Maul it will bo a good
BAND CONCERT AT SEASIDE.
Tho Hawaiian band will glvo a pub
lic concert this ovcnlng at tho Hono
lulu Seaside hotol, Wnlklki, commenc
ing at 7:30 o'clock. The program:
March True BIuo Hlnko
Overture Juanlta Suppo
Ballad Tho Two Blue Byes. . . .Ilclns
Selection Madamo Angot Lococq
Vocal Hawaficn Songs. Ar. by Berger
Solectlon Tho Dollar Princess. . .Fall
Waltz Bluo Danube Strauss
Finale Comrades Llnko
Tho Star Spangled Banner.
A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY.
"I always have a bottle of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Dlarrhooa
Romedy In tho house," is what peo
ple all over tho world say of it whon
It has onco been used. A trial of
this medicine proves It to bo so satis
factory that It always holds an hon
oi ed placo in tho home ever after.
One. doso promptly relieves cramps
in tho stomach, colic and dysontcry.
Try it. For sale by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Co., Agents for Hawaii.
Next Advertiser Office.
Demonstrator and Selling Agent.
rr particulars, passengers or freight.
Fred L Waldron, Ltd.
816 Fort Street
deposited in our Savings De
partment entitles you to a
Homo Bank the greatest help
to saving known. Open an Ac
count today, doposlfyour small
change In tho Homo Bank and
regularly each pay day Increase
your account by some part of
your earnings. It Is the surest
and best road to woalth.
BANK of HAWAII, Lid.
Capital and Surplus,
Telephone 3197 P. O. Box 761
180 Merchant 8t., near Alakea
Honolulu, T, H.
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