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KVEMWi m4,ttiiN, tyyguyi.U t m, fcm'M'AV I'nn ?
Often the Cook Is Away
lr YOU HAVE A
Harrison V? Ivsless Blue Flame
jos dent mind, become in a minute without the least (rouble,
yea m prepare dainty lunch
Even if you have a coI or a weed stevft you need one of
these. People are beginning t use them emhcly; they an
iwer nil requirements. We have event and connTartntent steam
eooken to fit these stoves
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.,
COR FORT AND KINO STREETS,
f on home decorations that will not be svjf VI
Jc m harmony with your artistic schm:. I Ml I ' V
liome decorations that
in harmony with your artistic sciin
We offer our advice and experience in help
ing ou to select Wall Papers and Paint that
will make any room just what it ought to be.
PAINTER AND DECORATOR.
Phone 426. 137 King Street.
IN TWO SENSES OF
Four fundamental reasons
why you should
use it for your machinery.
Hawaiian Electric Co., LT&.
OFFICE: KING near ALaKEA ST. PHONE MAIN 390.
f i LAST NIGHT!!
I 23 Saturday 23
B, Final Heats of o
f ' 25-YARD DASH
K' ISO-YARD DASH
i 100-YARD DASH
m PLUNGE for DISTANCE.
ML THE CHAMPIONSHIP
m RELAY SWIMMING.
I; HOTEL BATHS
ADMISSION $ .50
Wj RESERVED SEATS... $1.00
K '', This will be a lively,
BBSA, t busy week for a great
'B& many Honolulu -'onle.
ft-"': Come to Halciwa next
BjKj ' Sunday for golf and a
I ' rc,t'
E' St. Clair Bidgood,
Standard Line at Low Prices.
KING ST., EWA SIDE MARKET.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Riga, Dyeing House
THE WORD IS
AND OTIIKIt PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO.
155 IIOTKl, STIIEBT.
I'liono Main 218.
Extol, a reliied, palatable
and the only tasteless
on the market. It is sup
erior to any Caster Oil
subjtiinte for constipation.
It is the oily prepiratioi
of the kind that children
Benson, Smith & Co.,
brimmintr over with the best
beers on earth. Imported
PILSNER and WURZ
BERGER are filled and
emptied every min
ute at the CRI
Weekly Bulletin 31 per ysar.
Additional Spotting News on Page 11
aims mi i
MM IEIK i
Till- I'Ull gHIIIC HI tllC l-OflRIIC
ixihimIii icfterdM wh well worth
ihr cniwri ilmt attended Hue llcnirnt
nn high from the start inl It was
lemnrkcrl that If I lie remainder of t lit
mvmiii In In xvlln cum nidi gamr It
will be n irthnl of good old time
when the clubs pitted ngalnst mrli
oilier iln)cl oh It Dip)' meant II.
TIip S.i I n tn walked nwny Willi the
'Mm In a l-lo-l stunt Their IppIIi
, wcrp Pet iitul bells liurklpil up lo tho
winning notch from Hip slnrt. Tlioi"' whom limp been Identified In III
Diamond lloaitit put up mi moan
I Fame I'lllicr. nml were up on IlicJr
toes throughout thp whole piny.
TIip lineup for the Saint was com
miwi nnwtly of thp old II. A. C. rluli
ipxrept. of courw. Hint Joy wn not In
Wllllnm. with hi IwlrlliiR pppl.
ftlllj IIIIpiI pxtipctntlon. howpvpr.
ilnriie) JiTy wan lielilnd Ilin hat niiil ,
kppt tliliiKB moving from. hi Munrlpr
K DphIiii prvrd rikmI Imll for Hip
IUiiiikiikI 11 on (In. lint Hip willow linnil-
Irr of KhIjiIh were n lltllo loo lunch
The fli'hl work on hotli lp wn
excellent n nd error were few nml
Speelul iiipiiIIoii I In
lie tnnile of Khortiitop Kvcro' pond
Judgment nml n,ulcknpn of incite
ment .Inn. William Kccmcil to he
ready for anything that came out of
Thn event of the Kiime that call
for hpcclnl mention wn a throe-Imp-Kcr
by William In the ninth Inning
followed by l.n Sue emIliiR thu hull
out hi far that he Kjuarcd Ihc circle
First and Second Innings
A Riiui-oill lor lioiu Hiue eniica in
two llrt liinltiRH.
l-.ii Hue readied llrnt. put Keconil on
i.n tivcr-throw, mid Jiipped homo on a
fafe hit made by Kver. Harney Joy
Ulu name heavy HwattlnK. but failed
to make pemd.
In the Heeond half reulteil thu us
ual Rlde.play. Home lively hack
(dcppluR wa clone hy Wllllnm to
clutch u fly knocked by J. Desha, lie.
Score: Salnta, 1; D. II., 0.
Johnnie Wllllnmii laid down nt
rirnt. Ui On put the ball a Rood dis
tance tho other niilo of third anil him
self reached second before It cot
back. Kn Suo hnttccl u fly right Into
Ed. Fernandez' hnndu, which, of
cciurne. made out.
In tho heeond hair tho Dlamund
Mend did not last Ioiik. Two fir
ball and a foul Hint fell Into tho
hand of Johnny William ended thnt
Score: Saint. 1; D. II., 0.
Shortstop marie good hut on a hot
ono from the bat in Kver' hand
fumbled till It wa too Into to put.
inn runner out nt llrt. Zlcglcr wnlk-i-cl
to flrwl. None reached tho homo
plate. Tho neconil hair consisted of n
broken hat anil two stopped hall thnt
reached the first-baseman ahead of
Scorn: Salute 0; D. H 0.
Jolinnln William knocked n My
Unit lauded In waiting hand. Ilruna
reached Unit on n vc1l-p1accd center
Held knock but cllecl trying lo reach
second. I)oha look r fly from
Tho second half wa short nn:l
sweet. First banc wa not even
Score: Saint. 0; I). II., 0.
lloth tho first nml second part of
(his Inning wore spotted with bril
liant moves on tho part of tho lloM
or, Kdillo Fernandez virtually stolo
tho only run thn Diamond Heads
mnilo In this Inning. Joy throw wild
to both second and third bases.
Score: Saints, 0; D. II., 1.
Joy did not get n good ntnrt In till
Inning or ho might hnvo mucin first.
Ilruns struck out and William got
nothing beyond first.
In tho heeond half O. Jones handed
ono straight by tho pltelicr, hut John
nie Williams got It and made connec
tion with first. W. Chllllngworth
struck out and Desha wont down.
Scorn: Saints, 0: I). II., 0.
ino niniu was wlien tho fireworks
wero net off. Ilrllllant nlavs thrnucli.
out tho whole lliht half produced n
scorn-mark for tho SalnlH.
Thu Diamond Head failed to rally
in their last chanco and thn gamu
ended In mi uproar of applause. Moth
Milo mado a grand flghl mid thero
was no dishonor In dofent of yestor
The full scoro follows:
1 2 3 I r i! 7 8 9
Paint (II. A. C.) .0 0 1 1 II (I (I 0 2 1
Diamond Heads. .0 0 0 (Ml 0 1 0 0 1
Tonight nt the Hotel Hatha the
Myrtle nml llealanltt face In ono of
rcwple and Things
' RECOLLECTIONS 01 OSCAR
The "ItntKlltflliiiDi iif 0cnr Wilde"
JuM puhllfdird lit Mrr Jolm W.
l.uco & On. la mm Htirmllvp little ul
, time willed emmm rn II in IntrtoM nil
wild wli.li to know iiiiiip ill the per-
I otmllty nml gcntii of thin leiuark-
utile figure In om llicrstinc It con
tains In llirpo rliHiitpm Hip personal
memories of .Mono Aliilrp (lido Mini
ICrncst I.n Jpiinivw mill llerr i'niiu
lllrl, two I'lpiiiliiiii'ii mill a Uormnn,
own country with Hip modern icvnIL
Balnt "Acjidiimli Mil."
' RI0HT WAY TO TR0DUCE
In the Tlipairp MhkiizIiip for Jan
inry, Kdlth Wynne .Mnlthliion, the
KukIIMi HlinkpKipnrlnii nrtrpH, who
ilvllRhlptl American IheatreeoerH it
few rpniHiiiM ngo with her clinrtilln
! Ini)crwiiiatl(in of Krerymiin, make a
pirn for ImprovpiiientN In thn modern
"leuioa or priHini ins btinKeicnre.
I" I" ympntliy tiplllipr with tho
mini Mlinpllrlty ol I lie Klliulietliiin.
nor with the iiltin exirimiRiuiro of
the Lommerc.lnl inainiger.
i tt- it i
RILL'S NOVELS ''
it tt it tt it t: it t it it tt it it !t
Mr. Christy was the first artist
whose, clrnwlngx in lotnr wero repro
diiccd In color with Hipulnr success.-
Mr. (Illiwm ha not published n dozen
drawings, nil told. In any medium ex
cept pen nml Ink And Mr. Christy,
while the ixipularlty of hi drawings
ill color has caused the color work of
many other nrtlst to be publlshcii, j
htlll stands supreme In tho field of 1
Transatlantic Talc say: Maurloi
Maeterllnk Is working on a new play
entitled "The lllun lllicl." which will
he produces In the United States.
IlllllarcU was brought Into fashion,
by Iouls XIV of France In the seven-J
tecnth century, bcniuso hi doctor
ordered him lo take oxerclto after In
the keenest athletic contest that has
over taken pluco In Hawaii.
Tho swimmer representing the
two bunt clubs hnvo been trained lo '
the hour and they nro both in shape j
to put up a pretty light for first
The Myrtle boy aro nil confident
that they aro going to win the entire
meet on olnts and also take tho re
lay race. Tho llen'anls are dctcrmlu- I
ed thnt thoy will not let tho Heel !
lake the relay. They admit thnt tho i
Mvrtlptt ttiivn flin lift ftiMtipn 'nt III. '
points, hut they want that relay, anil
want it bad.
"W hnvo n rclny team that Is n
winner," said Capt. (2co. Frecth of
tho Hc.itanls. "Kach mid every man
on tho team can swim .10 yard in 2U
seconds. Wn should win till rnci;.
and In thn event that wu do wn shall
bo satisfied." (lei)rgo Is very confi
dent that hi team is going to show
u clean pair of -heels to those Myrtle
fellows, and, on tho other hand, tr
uest Kopko think that ho ha tjio
whining hunch. "Wo nro out after
thaVjjrolny race," said Kopkc; "that
Is'tlie prlzo of tho meet nml wei
wnnt It and the cup thnt Roes with
It. Wp hnve the fastest team that
wo hnvo over had mid are In good
shape. This mean thnt wo should
at least stand a good chance."
Ilcilde the relay there nro going
to be ninny events well worth seoliyj.
Itnclug.'cllvlng nml tunny stunts will
ho pulled off. Till should ho by far
the best night's sport that ha over
taken place at tho Ilatlis.
Tho dcxir will open nt 7:3(1 and
tho show start promptly nt 8:30,
Seat can bn hud at the llnths for ?1.
Tho general admission has been re
duced to 50 eont.
MCE Will START
This alternocm at t o'clock the rnci
between I ho boat boys ami n cmw
from the Maiming will take place. Thu
tourso will hi) three, miles In length
and will start at an Imaginary Hue
drawn between tho old Klnnu wharf
nml the how of the Manning. Tho
crew will row a straight course,
pulling out past thu spar buoy to a
point one ami a half mile out, where
u stake boat will bo anchored. Tho
turn will bo mado and thn Mulsh will
be at tho same point as thn stint.
Tho judges selected for tho occasion
are Capt. Juyncb, of the Manning, ami
Ham Walker and (Jcorge Harris of this
illy, Tho' crew which will reprcscit
Hie local hoal hoy Is coiiilsised us fol
lows: Coxswain, Andrew, stroke, P.
II. Manuka; No. 4, Cloud; No. 3, Kb
iieli No, 2, Tom Miihtikti; how, Kane.
Showing of New
which we have just re
ceived from the factory
The Oceanic Steamship Company will
prcilmhly take Hie sleiimer Sonoma on
the run ..etween this port nml Aiistru
lln on her next arrival here to umlei
M) a thorough overhitullng of her mi
glnec, which havo been giving gren' '
trouble during thp last year. The So
noma will lw followed Into temporary j
retirement by the company's steamers
Ventura ami Slcrrn. II ha not been j
decided whether another steamer will
bn chartered to take the place of the '
Tim sleamer wete only recently glv
en an oerhaiillng at Sydney nml nlmul
fle.OOO wa expended on each of Ihnj
vessel, hut the defects In the engine
were, evidently not lemcdird n the
vesmcl failed to mnko tho teiuilred
speed. It is rumored that the object
'" ("Mug the steamer off the rim wait
,1,!1,"w"lt Hm 'Xn of the ship Biiledriy
hill now pending In Congress, but the
(initials of the comjiany deny It. H. V
Blank booba of ll sorts, ledger,
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Fub
llnhlng Company. .
The Very Best
ARE USED IN MAKING
and the result is the most de
licious of all beverages made
from the grape. This means
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Henry May & Co ,
Phone Main 22
will be continued until
By. Special Request
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.
L. B. KERR
Serial Story No. 16 i
The Work That Requires
the dainty summer gar
ments of the gentler sex
nrc a specialty of ours dur
ing the warmer months.
We have ironers for this
work who do nothing else;
they arc exnerts at it, and
it is only reasonable to say
that they can launder such
garments much nicer than
they can be done at home.
Mailman" Steam Laundry,
MERCHANT AND ALAKEA STS.
J. H. HERTSCHE... .General Managei
Small and Medium Olzei, Complete.
A. FERNANCEZ & SOR,
Not. 44-50 King St.. Kittuy Block, bei
Nuuanu and 6mlth Sit.: Tal. Mr tn 188
& CO., Ltd.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1007,
10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
nt my salesroom, Af7 Kaahtimatiu
SI., I will sell, by order nilmlulstrn
lor rstalc of IIIINUV IIKIHTON, do
or Legal, Classical, Masonic, Scien
tific, lllhllcal, Political, Historical
imil cither1 works.
On yleA'Katurday and Monday he
fern Hid sale.
J AS. F. MORGAN;
THE ISENBERQ RESIDENCE
Completely Furnished. I shall be
glad to treat with other ngnnta In till
matter, but principals must bo parties
who would lonso for tticlr own home:
not for sub-letting. Kent $100 por
JA8. F. MOROAN,
Houscr on - Young Street, Klnnu
Street, Emma Square and Kallht.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
A Better Remedy
We know of no other rem
edy which gives such entire
satisfaction in the
CURING of any and all
kinds. of coughs as does our
RED CROSS SYRUP of
WHITE PINE with TAR,
that pleasant-to-take syrup
which Customers say is
BETTER than any other
cough remedy they ever
CHAMBERS DRUG 00.,
Cor. Fort snd King: Sts.
PHONE MAIN Iif
BOSTON BUDQ., FORT 8TREET.
Mike Wright Cigar
The best tmoke sold In
this market. Try It.
HAY8ELDEN TOBACCO COMPANY,
ALEXANDER YOUNG Qt-DQ.
THE SWEETEST MUSIC
you can have right in your own home
with a Pianola. It will always please
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.,
Odd Fellows Bldg. )
It kept on file it E.
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T I 8 I N G AGENCY.
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