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Often the Cook Is Away
IF YOU HAVE A
Harrison V? I ve less Blue Flam e
you don't mind; became in a minute, without the least trouble,
you can prepare ft dainty lunch.
Even if you hnve a coal or a wood itovc, you need one of
these. People are beginning to use them exclusively; they an
swer all requirements. We have ovens and compartment steam
cookers to fit these stoves.
E. O. HALL & SON, LTD.,
COR. TORT AND KINO STREETS.
on home decorations that
in harmony with your artistic sense.
We offer our advice and experience in help
ing you to select Wall Papers and Paint that
will make any room just what it ought to be.
PAINTER AND DECORATOR.
Phone 420. 137 King Street.
wire replaced by elcctrio cars and nobody expressed the least re
yret. Similarly, all other forms of lighting are slowly but surely
being replaced by electricity.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ld.
OFFICE: KINO near ALAKEA ST. PRONE MAIN 390.
2 -NIGHTS- 2
In Their Annual
The Championship Relay 1
Daring Monte Cristo Actl
Fast Swimmers Race!
Human Corks Float 1
Startling Aerial Feats I
Water Polo Match!
RESERVED SEATS .... $1.00
This will be a lively,
busy week for a great
many Honolulu -onle.
Come to Haleiwa next
Sunday for golf and a
St. Clair Bidgood,
Standard line at low Prices,
Wah Ying ChongCo.
KING ST., EWA SIDE MARKET.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRE88ED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
149 FORT 8TREET.
will not be
AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO.
156 HOTEL, STnEET.
Phono Main 218.
communicate the moisture to your
clothing and produce mould. The
necessity for sunlight and air is ap
parent. Rut they need something
. JAVELLE WATER
SALTS OF LEMON
OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
GOOD OLD RYE and
Everybody will get it it
they telephone MAIN 36.
We have a very fine quality
Cor. Bethel and Hotel Sts.
Weekly Bullttin 21 pr yv.
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Joy Benefit Games Are
And Draw Large Crowd
H. A. C.'S WIN GAME AFTER CLOSE CONTEST
The benefit games to Harney Joy,
which were played nt the Lcaguo
grounds Saturday, wero a Brent suc
rcss. Tho first rmiio was rather glow
nnd the Ilnpld Transits hail an easy
lime In walking away with the vic
tory on account of the fine work ilono
Ly ltcutcr, who not only pitched n
pretty Kiime, but batted In fine shape.
Aylett was also there with his bnt
lltiR clothes, and m a do things hum
whenever he took his position nt tho
Drown pitched a fairly Rood Ramo
but the It. T.'s wero able to meet his
curves when they needed runs, nnd
the display of fireworks which took
place In the last Inning would hnvo
meant Ills removal from tho gaino If
It had occurred nt nn earlier stage
Munclc, at center for tho,Tonth, mndo
n pretty catch, which was applauded
by tho crowd, I tinning back nnd
scoopliiR the ball In over his head.
The score by Innings was;
Artillery ...00010000 0 1
II. T.'s 0 0 1 10 0 10 E 8
Artillery llrown, p; ainglnnd, c;
Dougherty, lb; Van Vllct, 2b; Carey,
3b; Iloyle, ss; Muncy, cf; llayden,
rf; Itobcrts. If.
Ilnpld Transit Ilcuter, p; llama
uku, c; Robinson, lb; Aylett, 2b;
riunkett, 3b; Kern, us; lloycr, If; Kv
crs, cf; Williams, rf.
In the second gaino there was n
very pretty contest In which Johnny
Williams and Harney Joy wero tho
two centers of attraction. Doth did
woll and as far as pitching went tho
honors wero oven between tho two
teams. If anything, tho younger man
had a llttlo tho best of It, as his
catcher did better work. There were
many remarks mado In regard to Joy
not letting himself out. Of course he
was unable to do this, as Lo On could
not hold him for a moment, but Joy
Bhowcd that he can stand a whole lot
of training before he breaks Into any
J.eaguo circles. In his present condi
tion ho would bo batted nil over the
field by any semi-professional team
In California. Ho wants ,bomo good
hard work from now on to get him In
shape. Williams pitched a nlco gamo
nnd It ho can only run across somo
old pitcher who can glvo him tho
pointers which he needs, will make
the best pitcher over produced In Ho
nolulu. Ho has the fact that ho Is
willing to learn and does not bollevo
that ho Is already nt the top of tho
heap. In his favor.
Up to tho Inst of tho eighth tho
kcore looked very good for a victory
for tho picked team, but then tho
Waterloo occurred nnd passed balls
on the part of Illngland wero the
causa of all tho troublo of tho day.
A neat doublo play which put Lo On
nnd Ilruns out of tho reckoning and
tho striking-out of En Suo finished
this spasm and practically tho game,
as there was no moro scoring,
'iho gamo In detail was as follows:
Tho II. A. C.'s won the toss and
took the field, Barney Joy being loud
ly applauded as ho went Into tho box.
Evers was tho first man up. Ho got
his base on balls nnd, when Illngland
hit to second, scored on Williams'
high throw to third. Ilruns hit to
shot and was safe on tho play, Ring
land going out at third. Van Vllct
went out on a high fly to first.
En Sue was tho first H. A. C. man
at the bat and struck out. Fernan
dez hit to shortstop, Desha stopping
but fulling to get tho ball. He tried
to steal second but was caught by
Rlngland's pretty throw. Jimmy
WllllaniB made a hit past first and
stole second, but died there, Louis
H. A. a, 0; P. T., 1.
Vannatta, ut tho bat for the P. T.'s,
hit to third and was thrown out by
Un Sue. Johnny Williams flow out
to Bocond and Jones struck out, retir
ing the side.
Oleason got his base on balls and
Joy camo up. He hit to short, forc
ing Oleason at second. A. William)
btruck out. Lo On struck out, retir
ing tho side.
H. A. C, 0; P. T., 1.
Uoyle went out on a foul to Kn
Suo, Evors made n pretty hit to Lew
Is, who mado a fine running catch.
Desha took first by hitting nt a bad
bull on tho third strlko. Illngland
mado tho third out, second to first.
I)runs mado a clean lilt ovor sec
ond. En Suo mado a pretty and safo
bunt, sending Uruns to second, Mng
land made a poor throw to third,
Uruns coming home. Fernandez flow
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to left. En Suo going out, too, on n
double Vlay. Louis went out, third
II. A. C, 1; I T., 1.
II. Ilruns went out on fly to short.
'nn Vllct out, shortstop to first; Van
natta on three strikes, was tho third
Louis went out, second to first.
Oleason walked again, uud Joy hit
over second, sending Mm to third. A.
Williams went out, shortstop to first,
Lo On struck out, leaving Olcasoti
nnd Joy on base.
II. A. C, 1; P. T., 1.
Johnny Williams hit to right, tho
hall bounding off Louis' head nnd
Wlltlnnis getting to third. Ho scored
n moment after on a passed ball.
Jones mndo a clean hit over second,
hut was forced at second by Iloylo's
gummier to Johnny Williams, lloylo
was forced by A. Williams' grounder
to short, ami Desha went out, Joy to
Uruns went out, Illngland to first.
En Suo struck out for tho second
time. Fcrnnndez hit Evcrs, who mado
u pretty one-handed pick-up, but
Jones made nn Inexcusable muff of
11. A. C, 1; P. T., 2.
Itlnglnnd got, to first on n hit to
right and stolo second, hurting his
ankle. Ilruns mado a pretty hit, sen
ding Evers, running fop Illngland, to
third. En Suo mado a pretty catch
of Van Vllct's short fly and Vannatta
lilt to left, scoring Ilruns. WllllMna
mndo n two-bagger, Vannatta taking
third. Jones hit to right. lloylo
went out, third to first.
Lowls out 'on n fly to third. Glea
ron mndo a safo hit over second. Joy
hit to left field and Oleason scored on
lllngland's wild throw to tnlrd. A.
Williams hit to second, who fumbled,
Joy coming home. Lo On got to first
on Johnny Williams' error. Georgo
Ilruns struck out. En Suo flew out
to left field.
II. A, C, 3; P. T., 3.
Evcis went out, second to first. Do-
bha got to first on En Suo's error nnd
slolo second. Illngland got to first on
n fly to short center; Ilruns went out
on foul fly to Lo On. Van Vllct wont
,out, Joy to first.
lcrunndcz flow out to short. John
ny Williams went out, second to first.
Lewis got to first, hit by pitched bail.
Oleason went out, Williams to first.
Score: II. A. C, 3; P. T., 3.
Vannatta went out, Joy to first, but
Johnny Williams made a safo hit to
kecond. Jones flow out to right,
lloylo mado tho third out on a fly to
I Jones fumbled Joy's grounder, and
he took second on a passed ball. A.
Williams lilt to short, who failed to
catch Joy at third, and tho big pitch
ei came homo on a wild throw across
tho diamond to catch him napping.
Lo On made n safe hit to right but
was caught in n doublo play nn
Ilruns' fly to Desha. En Suo struck
Score: H. A. C, C; P. T., 3.
Evcrs mado a clean two-bagger to
left. Desha went out, En Suo to
first. Illngland went out, second to
first. Ilruns ended tho game by strik
The score by Innings:
II. A. C.'s ..00100202 C
P. T 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 3
Tho teams lined up as follows:
Honolulu Joy, p; O. Ilruns, c; P.
Oleason, lb; Jns. Williams, 2b; En
Sue, 3b; A. Williams, ss; E. Fernan
dez, If; Aylett, cf; Louis, rf.
Picked Team John Williams, p;
ningland, c; Jones, lb; Vannatta,
2b; Evers, 3b; J. Desha, ss; H, Ilruns,
It; Van Vllet, rf; lloylo. cf.
WESTS WON Bi
' MMlEji Oil tits
Tho first night of tho water con
tests that nro being held at tho Hotel
llaths was a great success. Tho at
tendance was good and tho various
ovents wero so closely contested that
there was much enthusiasm. The
only criticism to bo offered was tho
deliberation with which tho numbers
progressed. Tho waits wero rather
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First Showing Of
IN MANY STYLES, SHORT AND 10NO SLEEVES.
For the Floral Parade we have Just received an assortment
NVhite Linen Parasols
RANGING IN PRICE FROM 81.25 UP.
o ALSO o
LONG SILK GLOVES IN BLACK AND WHITE.
Ciozler's Monto Cristo act, In
which he was tied In n bag, thrown
Into tho water and escaped as best he
could, was cry thrilling and equally
Tho first contest wns tho 25-yard
dash with E. Kopko nnd Wallace
Cooper representing tho Myrtles and
L. Cunhn nnd Kenneth Winter tho
llealanls. Cooper won first placo and
Cunhn of tho llealanls second. Time,
0:12 2-3. In tho second heat Ted
Cooper of tho Myitlcs took first placo
with Henry O'Sulllvnn of tho llea
lanls second. Time, 0:12 4-B. In tho
finals next Saturday evening tho two
Cooper boys will bo pitted against
each other and ns they both showed
excellent form Saturday evening the
Ann! will bo a pretty struggle. '
Tho high nnd fancy diving took
with tho crowd nnd ns pretty work
ns can bo seen anywhere was done'
Georgo Frecth wns nwnrded first
placo; Charles Douglass second and
Kopko third. Frceth and Douglass
aro Hcalanl boys. I
Tho plunge for distance was a dis
tinctly Myrtle event, first place being
taken by Ted Cooper, with 49 feet 2
inches, nnd second wont to II. Chad-,
wick with 47 feet 11 inches, both
In the CO-yard daBli tho Myrtles
were ngnln victorious, though pushed
hnrd by the llealanls. Wallace Coo
pfr took tho first hent, tlmo 0:28 1-3,
nr.d Ted Cooper tho secund heat,
Tho backward swimming raco was
loads of fun for tho audience. It was
great to sco Oeorgo Harris plowing
through the water with his steamboat
i sweep, nnd ho practically distanced
J. H. HERT8CHE... .General Manager
FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY
Last Three Days of Our
OUR STOCK MUST BE REDUCED. FURTHER REDUC
TIONS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. THIS IS YOUR OPPORTU
NITY TO GET BARGAINS. EVERY ARTICLE REDUCED IN
PRICE. COME AND EXAMINE THE GOODS AND PRICES,
AND BE CONVINCED THAT THIS IS THE TIME TO BUY
YOUR CLOTHING AND DRY GOODS.
jL. B. KERR
i!rr""rriQif "" ""i"
J." .WkU, ,,.
in I'liiuiieiiiorH. ins time was
0:44-1-!. for u0 yards. Winter nnd
Cinzicr were tie for second placo nnd
will swim It off Saturday next.
Tho 440-yard raco for the cham
pionship of the Islands found only
two starters, E. Kopko nnd David
Center. Kopke won with 7 minutes
nnd 17 1-5 seconds to his credit, only
21 beconds below tho world's record.
Center went only half tho distance,
so that Kopko had it all his own way
so far ns tho raco was concerned. Ho
Is such n graceful swimmer that It
was n pleasure to watch htm go
through the water.
Tho program closed with n gnmo of
water polo between tho Oahu College
nnd Diamond Head teams. This Is
grcnt sport, and tho way tho llttlo
fellows from Punnhou walked nway
with their big opponents nt critical
periods brought out much enthusias
tic applause. Tho Oahu boys were
clearly better trained. Tho score wns
1 to 0 In favor of Oahu Col lego boys.
Tho final result of tho evening's
uport was 70 points for Myrtlo
ngalnst 30 for Hcalanl. Tho Hcalanl
bojs wero close second In many events
nnd set n fast pace but wero hot ablo
to make the final spurt for a win
ning. The work of tho Cooper bnys
wns one of tho features of tho oven
lug. There will bo n bigger crowd nnd
more enthusiasm nt the meet next
The Rient clinically about having
laws with Iron teeth is that there aro
nlivaily too many lawjer ilcntlsta who
make n specialty of pulling bucIi teeth.
Por Want Column See Pnjje Six
fly experienced Jnpancso cook, with
prtvnto family. Address "O.," Uul
Young cocoanut trees, from 1 to 2
years old. In quantities. Apply to
P. O. Ilox 40, Llhuo, Kauai.
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER AND COAL,
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Queen Street : : : : : : Honolulu.
& CO., Ltd.
sg l .
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Completely Furnished. I shall bo
glad to treat with other agonts In this
matter, but principals must be parties
who would laaso for their own homo
not for sub-lotting. Kent 400 per
Houses on Young Street, Klnau
Street, Emma Squaro and Kallhl.
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WE WOULD A8K YOU TO
.. INSPECT THE FINE8T.
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Cor. Fort and King; Sts.
PHONE MAIN J 31
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Mike Wright Cigar
The best smoke told In
this market. Try It.
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VICTOR TALKING MACHINE8
Compare he talking machine of five
year, ago with the Victor of today
and note the wonderful advancement.
It I. Impossible to conceive of any fur
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THI8 PAPER ( C. DAKE'8 ADVEr!
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124 Siniaml St.. Hih rr.n.1.H !
where contract for advertising carl
ba mad for It,