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No candy that ever came to
Honolulu can compare with
It Is simply delicious and
Assorted Chocolates, As
sorted Bon-Dons and Choco
lates and Marahmallows
50tf per lb.
We also have a new lot of
' Calller1 Swiss Milk Choco
late and Qhlrardelll's Choco
Henry May & Go.
22 - Telephone 22
tuc nnDtifCD nice
QUEEN and ALAKEA 6T8
TEL. MAIN 492.
fiamara &. fin.. Prims a
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manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any psrt of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Ktwalo. Telephone Blue 3151.
ALWAYS ON HAND.
J. I. Levy tb. BT hi
on your meals by purchasing one of
our $5.00 commutation lunch tickets
STAR OYSTER HOUSE.
FORT 3TREET NEAR HOTEL.
THE IDEAL AMERICAN DRINt .
Delicious; Wholesome; Pure;
HAWAIIAN 8DDA WORKS.
Sols' Agents. Phone Blue 1871.
iTnat .all men's palate ara pleand,
wun ins fare served ey ins
: FAVORITE GROTTO
Corner HOTEL and BETHIL STS.
OF BREAD, CAKE8, COOKIES, ETC,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Best Meal In Town
on HOTEL 8T. near NUUANU.
OPEN ALL NIQHT.
T. Oda, Manager
PHONE MAIN 469.
French and Milk Bread
A 8PE0IALTY. ALL KINDS O"
' OPPOSITE CLUB STABLES,
TEL. MAIN 197.
FRB8H FLOWER AND VEQETACLB
8EED8 FOR 8ALE.
Mrs. E, M. Taylor
TEL MAIN SW,
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ing after? If so, leave them
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OF ALL KIND8.
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. CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
PAINTING, PAPER HANOINQ AN"
1335 Nuuanu St., below Honolulu Huw,
THE METROSTYLE PIANOLA
plays the latest song-hits and dance
tunes, as well as selections from its
cxhaustlets classical repertory. Sold
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
ODD FELLOWS DLDG,
I SPORTS I
Record Game Played
Of 24 Innings
lloston, Mars., Sept. 2. A new ma
jor league record was established Sat-
unlay, when l'hlladclphla defented
lloston 4 to 1 In a ZMnnlng gaino last
ing nearly five hours. An advertised
iloulilc header lirotiRlit n largo crXd
to tlio grounds, hut It wns Impossible
lo piny tho second game on nccotml of
On hill one occasion tins this num
ber of Innings been exceeded. In lt'J."
r gamo between Kargo and Ornnd
Kurka nt Doll's Ijiko, North Dakota,
lasted 2r, Innings.
The second longest game onoenrd
prior to this ono was tho 24 Inulrg
llarvard-Manclicstcr game played on
lloston Cjonilnun 29 years ago this
month. A game between Tacoma unit
Seattle In 1892 lasted 22 Innings, lint
hrro major lcagtio games nnpronched
the present round, each having lasted
20 Innings. In the 3(! years of profts
slomil baseball In this rlty, bill three
games line extended over 15 innings,
mid tho Philadelphia American team
bns proved victorious In all three. Ono
was a 17-lnnlng gamo In 1902; tho sec
ond was tho 20-lnnlng contest of July
It Is last year, and tho third wns to
('ay's great game.
Coninhs pitched one of the hcadlrst
games over witnessed. In this city, live
times passing dangerous batsmen only
to net the next man. Ho struck out IS
men and was batted safely 15 times.
The pitching of Harris equalled that
of Coombs for 23 Innings, but In the
Inst Inning bo weakened nftcr the Ath
letics had scored and was lilt fop two
three bnggcrs. Tho fielding wnH nee
essarlly excellent, but tho outfleldlng
of Lord for tho visitors and the Infield
Ing wiiilc of Parent nnd (trlmshaw for
the locnlx was especially worthy of
notice. Philadelphia scored tho first
run In the third on two scratch singles
and a stolen base, lloston tied In Ihn
tlxth on a three-lugger and a single.
Tho visitors r.rored tho three winning
iiiiih In Hie 21th. Coombs struck nut,
llnrtbel singled, lird struck out, and
llnrtscl stole second. 8hrcck singled,
scoring HurlHcl. Then Harris weaken
ed nml was batted for Hiircosilvo
three-baggers by Seybold and Murphy.
In lloston'g half with one out (Irlm-
I'hnw singled, but 11 was an expiring
effort, its Morgan forced him nt second
nnd Orlgcr was an easy victim.
Tho day was Ideal and the crowd
cno of the largest of tho season, whllo
tho gnmo was tho longest, as well iim
the most Interesting, ever played by
major league tcnios.
Tor 23 Innings lloston nnd tho Phil
adelphia Athletics foughl every Inch
of ground llko two well matched glad
JUST RECEIVED A NEW LINE OF
1" i . Fifty-four crates of carriages came In the R. P. Rlthet for us. Among
t ' '; them are BUQQIE8, PHAETONS, ROAD-WAGONS, SURRIES, Etc. There
are low priced carriages of handsome appearance that will give excellent
wear, medium priced rtq for those who ore a little more particular, and
finely flnshcd, high-priced vehicles for the well-to do. Any kind of car
riage for any piirpose. Special value In ecvry one. Wo will be plsasod to
show them at our salesroom In the Alexander Young Building.
SCHUNIAN. CARRIAGE CO.
iators, until tho players began to shnw
signs of distress and darkness was
fast selling over tho hnttlclleld.
With tho record broken and tho en
tliuslnstlu crowd of 18,000 person1
worked up to tho highest pitch, the
plucky Quakers landed a grand vic
tory, not, however, until two men were
down Bnd two strikes hnd been called
on the lucky Schreekcngost, when he
Mnglcd nnd sent In the run that told
tho tule. "
The gnmo yesterday wns remarknbto
for the nil round brilliant work of both
teams nnd tho phenomenal perfoim
unro of both Harris mid Coombs, who
were strong lo tho close.
Doth teams requested Umpire Hurst
lo call the game lit the close of the
23d Inning, ns It wns becoming ila-U
nnd the fielders complnlned, hut Hurst
bns no record of calling n gnmo, and
he forced tho men to go on.
It was n treat Indeed to watch Hie
delivery of young Coombs. He hail
plenty of confidence nnd never sl.ovv
cd the least sign of being nfcctcdby
the undergo. Ills work In tho last four
Innings of tho gnmo wns simply great.
Three hits were tuado off him during
this period, hut not n man gat past
second. Ho Is collcgo mail from Col
by University, Maine.
'Coombs dhln t seem to think nny-
thing of pitching such n long gnmo at
till," raid Manager Mack.
All H 111! PO A i:
Hnr'.scl, If 10 1
Lord, cf 9 0
Davis, lb I
Shuck, II r,
Scvbolil, rf .
Murphy, 2b .
Cross, ss . . .
Knight, 3b .
Powers, c , .
Coombs, p . 9
Totals . . .
82 4 10 72 33 2
All It 1111 PO A i:
llaxlon. rf 9 0 2 7 0 U
Parent, ss in 1
..7 (I 2
I'crrls, 2b 9 0 1
5 8 0
I 0 0
llocy, If 10 0
CirlniKhaw, lb .
Morgan, 3b . ...
Carrlgan, c , ...
llnrrls, p . .....
8 I 2 21 2
(10 0 2 3
5 0 1 7 3
4 0 II 11 1
8 0 117
"Freeman , 10 0 0 0 0
.77 1 IG 72 33 1
Halted for Cnrrlgnn In tho 15th.
Phil. ..001 000 001) 000 (100 0011 0031
llos. ..000 001 0110 000 000 000 Mil- 1
Sacrifice hits. Lord, Knight, Kerrls,
Morgan. Two-lmso hits, Kerrls, Par
ent. Three bnso hits. Parent, Shrerk,
Knight 2, Seybold, Murphy. Stolen
bases. Cross, Coombs 2, Ixml, Stuhl,
llartscl, Knight. Double plays, Kerrls,
Parent and (Irlmshaw; Cross, Murphy
nnd Davis, liases on balls, off Harris
2, off Coombs 0. Hit by pitched halls,
by Coombs I, by Harris I. Struck out,
by Harris II, by Coombs 18. Time,
4:47. Umplie, Hurst.
6IR THOMAS LIPTON TO BUILD
Glasgow, Sept. 13. John Ward,
matinglng director or Denny ninth
irs, builders of tho last two Sham
locks, has sailed for Now York,
It Is understood tho Dennys have
ruhmllted proposals to Sir Thomas
t.lptou for the construction of n
flliamrnck IV. They arc to bo given
( free hand In designing und build
ing. a n
Syracuse, N, Y., Sept. 12. Svvcot
Marie, nt tho flrnnd Circuit inces nt
tho Stute Pair track this afternoon,
trotted n inlle In 2:03 3 4, lowering
her own nnd tin world's record half
n second for tho fnstcst lime made by
n mnre In n raco. Thin sensational
tlnic wns ninde In tho second bent of
tho 2:05 trot. Her only competitor,
Wcnlworili. did not press her or sho
would have trotted In faster lime.
There vvero eleven starters In the
first race tho Chnnibcr of Com
merco $2000 stake with Main Sheet
favorite. After the first licit Jnck
Curry, tho ftlvcr of Tuna, went to
the stand nnd complained Hint Thom
as, with Main Sheet, fouled htm on
thn first turn, Gold Dust Maid nlso
ttirtcilng. Tho Judges disqualified
On Ing to this decision Thomas re
fused to start Main Sheet In tho third
heat nnd It wns trotted without him,
Ktnrter Ncvvon nnnouncliig that n de
cision In the caao would be mjde la
ter In tho week. The weather wns
warm nnd fair nnd the attendanca
lterkclcy, Sept. 12. I'or the first
tlmo In tho history of the university
the executive conimltteo or the Asso
ciated Students appointed tho cap
tains (hat uro to lead the various Uni
versity teams during the fall season.
In former years those selections
havo been made by tho various
members of tho tennis, but owing to
the sudden termination of tho college
term last May, tho University men
Olsbnuded without selecting tho cap
tains for the full term.
At tho meeting Inst night Kenneth
C. (illtls was nppolnted c-nplaln of the
bau'liall team nml Norton 1;. wllciii
of Hid track tenm. Iloth men hnvc
mnilij enviable records.
Aillvo training of tho football
squad Is to sturt Sunday. Trainer
Walter Christie hna announced that
liiiiio of the usplrnuts for positions
en tho Itughy team will be allowed to
enjoy the pleasures of roller skating.
Tho men nro apt to bo Injured and
Christie will not allow tho men to
tako thn risk.
A match game or Hugby has been
arranged between tho varsity and
Pomona College, to, bo plajed on Oc
tober 20th at Urn Angeles,
Tho Weekly Kdttlott or the Evening
Oullettn gives a complctu summary of
be news of Hi day. For 81 a ysar,
SMf Fins Job Printing at the Bul
Under the title "A Senseless flurry, '
the San Francisco Recorder deliver
Itself as follows on tho run on the HI
In some invMerlous manner no one
knows exactly how n run has been
started on the Hllieruln Dank, nn In-
utlttttlMn tiMfiilitn In n rllv nt ntianrl'n.
live savings hanks as tho soundest '
financial Institution In San 1'iauclscu,
In banking circles thn run Is tegarcied
ns Inexplicable as well as Inexcusable
The real sufferers from a run of this
kind are not 'lie persons who start the
rumor of the Institution's financial tin
joiiihIiioss, but the depositors deluded
Into withdrawing their livings by the
f.ilco rcportB, Thuy lose Hi" Interest
on their money and run the risk ot
being robbed by thieves who arc, no
doubt, keeping close wnlch on the
withdrawing their deposits. The class
of depositors withdraw log their money
am motly wmklng people, and thn
money represents the savings of )cars.
I'or them to Into It through n ground
less rumor would be hard Indeed. A
feature of the rim vvoithy of note is
the fact that the deposits are normal.
As to the nblllty of the bank to piy
every depositor In full there Is no
doubt whatever, The bank has In
govcrmmnt bonds and other gilt
edgo securities readily convertible In
to cash more than (23.000,000, with n
icservc luud of f4.000.ono. , In addi
tion It has $18,000,000 n mortgages
In the burned district alone, secured
by in.Onpiooo of .Insurance, policies
nnd (22,000,000 of renl estate.
Tho lllhcrnhi has nlways been con
servative In its loans, nnd has made
it a policy of making n deposit or
13000 tho maximum. If forced lo
Inko over the property on which It
hns mortgnges the bank would surfer
no Icrs, as there has been no depre
ciation in Snn Krnnclsco renl estate
In the burned district, while property
In many ortlous of the unhurncd
district has appreciated In value.
All the snviugs banks In Snn I'rnn
clsro have more coin on hand at pros
cnt that ever heforo In their history,
owing lo insiirnuco pa) incuts nnd
the Hlhcrnla Is nmply able lo pay
Its depostlors from the coin In Its
vnults without having recourso to Its
bonds or reserve.
It Is unfortunate that there, should
bo n run nt this time, as It unsettles
genernl conditions nnd may result In
tho banks censing to mnku loans un
til tho people nru quieter.
As to ma persons who start u ru
mor of Hits character, they nro more
than criminal, (or tlioy bring no great
barm to tho object of litis spile, but
do work Injury In the iooIIkIi and
misgulilcd ileposltoril who believe In
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DF.X, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin tna tne weekly Eamon, gives a
co., die and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
7! Pr month. Weekly Bulletin,
81 per year.
fllank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc manufactured by tbo llulletln l'ffb
Hawaiian Tropic Preserves
A Case of Mts. Kearns delicious
Jams. Jellies and
makes a nice souvenir of ll;c Island!;, Hies
Goods are carried by the leading yholcsah
and retail houses and nru supplied to the
Pacific Mail, Oceanic and T. K. K. line of
MRS. ANNIE KE AKN8, .
FACTORY, HOTEL ST, HONOLULJ, T.H
What A Burial Contract
Will DoFor You
Every man and woman in the Territory, whether ilch or poor, should
become a member of the Harrison Mutual Durlal Atioclatlon.
A proper burial Is assured every member.
In case of death, whether from accident or natural causes, a $100 fu
neral Is given to Clais A members, and a $60 funeral to CIm B members.
Funeral services may be held from tho heme, or from the Association
Rooms, as relatives or friends may wish Members become fully protected
for all benefits from the moment they receive their membership certificate.
Any person In good health, from 1 to 70 years of txjt, Is eligible for
After payment of membership foe, there Is no further cost than an oc
casional small assessment to pay the chare in the funeral expenses of a
It Is the cheapest and most Important bencliclary ever oflertd to the
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SECRETARY'O OFflCE, ALAKCA ST. near KING 0T. Phone Main 411.
Troy Chemical Co., Blnghamton, N, Y.
Dear Sirs: About twy years aqo a very fine, well bred mare I own
got whet seemed to be a Bad sprain of the ntf fore fetlorjk, which made her
very lame; I blistered her and let her run out for about four months, when
I took her up she was better but still lame and got worse when worked. !
then tried another kind of blister with about tho samo results.
Last Spring I bought a bottle of your Save-tho-Horse from your agent
In this city. .After treating the mare with this for about two weeks I
aave her some slow driving; she improved very much, and by the time I
had used up the bottle I wns able to drive dier twenty or thirty mlle with
out any apparent bad elfects. She now goes sound' I also with the same
bottle removed two wind galls from her hind legs.
Hoping that this wilt be of oome benefit to you. I am, your truly,
. MARRTIN DUHNELL. 401 California St
Positively and permanently cures Spavin, Ringbone, Thorougtiptn, Curb,
Splint, Capped Hock, Wind Puff, broken down, bowed or strained tendon er
any cneo of lameness. Homo can bo worked ns usu-i! nnd with bouts, na
no hnrm will result from snildlui; of Itmb or destruction ot bnlr.
ff par bottlo. with n written
'tho best IcrrI talent could
TROY CHEMICAL CO.,
TRADE SUPPLIED BY HOLLIBTCR DRUQ CO.. HONOLULU Hawaii.
If you can get your clothes made to your Individual measure for
tho same price as you pay for ready-to wear truck, wouldn't you
take the opportunity? We charge thu same as the ready-to-wear
people, but we give satisfaction. (
Our suits for 23. are beyond comparison In this town.
C A TU , HOTEL STREET,
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THE HAWAIIAN RCALTY AND MA-
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Real Estate, Mortgage, Loans and In
Office: Mclntyre Bldg., Honolulu, T.H.
P. O, BOX 265. PHONE MAIN 141.
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