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EVnNINH BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T II., MONDAY. TED. 3, 1908.
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Local and National
& Jr O
rpYTOTCS nave you
1 IJKJClO-seen the
1908 Fiat Tread Diamond Tires? We
have just received a shipment and if
your Auto is in need of a 'tire you can
not do better than use a Diamond.
Jusi Keep in mind also that we have
a fine assortment of Auto sundries of
all sorts. As to Automobiles, wcil, wc
have four of those famous Franklin Air
Cooled Cars on the way and due in a
few days. Will tell you about them
when they arrive.
E. O. Hall & Son,
Bi& Lace Sale I
At Cut Prices
VALENCIENNES LACES at 5c a YARD
Wc have a big assiitinent of these beautiful Laces
that cainc on the last trio of the Alameda, and we are of
fw.'.R them for sale at prices lower than any that have
cvtr ben rut 0:1 tnem in Honolulu.
Electric Water Heater
with the Nursery Bottle
WAEMS tlie MILK
in two or three minutes.
Think what it means to
have one. Call at the
Hawaiian Electric Co., .Ltd.,
Office, IIIITQ ST. near ALAXSA. PHONE 890.
IIIIH IHHiyi I'M "" llf HIM1I II HF.IJ II
'$ Se&utifuJ Honolulu
SEEN IN AH AUIO BIDS FOR
$5,00 an Hour
Just call 2U0 on the 'phone and ask for QUINH.
AtttAniuwsinnnnr.vivjifuvwrAiiRFJiVitvar-fui'tf v .Tirirwu.
For Ringbone, Side Bone Spavin,
For Rhczn.atiszn, Shoulder, Hock,
Hip, and Tendon Lameness.
Black Douglas Oil
For all forma of lament:!. C:n
be used while anir.iol is at work,
HOOT OINTKFJJT, to keep tho fcot 1 islthy.
WORM POWDERS. BLOOD TONIC, COLIC DRENCH,
Obtainable at fll druggists and
POTTIE '& SHIS, Honolulu
mi - i.fiHWwiv ,) ii ! 1 m wit- j ii , ' TlHUyiWt-
MANURE FOR FERTILIZING
plant and lawns isn be had at a reasonable
price, with dclivsry, at
ToLgoo TI10 Pond Dairy
Wo ore referring to your house it needs a coat of paint and needs
it badly. Let us lit it with a new coat of paint Real Paint put on by
THE TAINTE RPH01IE 420. '
- r.7Mf - nttBii.MWi"rr -
. '21.. '
you have lost a coat. Let us
supply you with a new one.
This Is Not
A Tailor's Advertisement.
run of the Qua
ker City Motor
Club of Phila
won by the
in fact, was
won twice. In
contest of Jan.
1st and 2d, the
White was the
only car which
made 'a clean
score on the
rend and nlso
was declared by
Committee to be
in peifcct con
dition at the
finish. For some
leason the Con
tee refused to
iiccept the find
i n c s of the
mittee as ic
gards two oth
er cars and or
dered a "run
tl.i White nnd
test, held Jan.
4th, served on
ly to emphasize
of the White,
'flic second ex
amination 0 f
the caw made
by the Techni
of such con
that the White
was declared to
be the winner
of the 'contest
and of the
phy. With our en
try of but one
car we decis
27 gasoline can
of the leading
has another im-'
been added to
the long list
0 f triumphs
achieved by the
d i s t i nctively
BEAUTIFUL PICTURES AND
reduced to a low price at
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
Tho Weekly Edition ot tho Evening
Oulletln gives a ccmplnte summary of
the nevvi of tho day.
Several Island Record
- Toltered, And Dash
The Chinese l'leld Day was n pro
nounced sucri.is. Kiom every stand
point, save that of weather, tho
incet exceeded till expectations 113 11
medium of entertainment and sport.
There vtns it 11 Immense crowd oil
hand to witness the games and that
they enjojed the proceedings wns I
shown li tho hurrahing and np- Tho ofllrlals wcro as follows:
plaudlng of cerj winner to tho echo. Iteferec, C. V. Chllllngworth;
Hut hefore the meet had gono ory , dork of tho course, 12. 8. Kong; scor
fnr It uec.nno evident that It would ir, K. Y. I'ung; timekeepers, H. Kor
rosolva Itself Into almost n dual con- nnndez, J. W. llrewster, II. ClnrUe;
teat between those corking littlo nth-j track Judgci, 1. S. Conness, U. V.
Ietc3, D11 Sue and John m. Hn Stio foffln, C. Wong I'ook, H. M. Arcs;
canled off thieo llists, besides tlclng' field Judges, H. O. Kurm, H. 1). Illnn
hls opponent In the high Jump, only nhnid; announcer, John Andorson;
to I030 on the flip of a coin, nnd see-1 Blniter, Dr. Hand.
ond nnd third money n couplo of
limes. John I.o was there every min
ute of the time, however, and tho '
man thnt wins u race from that lad 1
after ho has hnd n littlo more train-!
lug and coaching will certainly have'
10 go some The two of them, Kn 1 Tho onlccrs of the Chinese Athletic
Huo nnd John l.o, make as pretty n Club mo: I'rcstdont, Wong Kim
running team as ono could expect to Chong; vlco president. Lau Tnng;
lind anywhere They can not only1 ecordlng secretary, J. Y. T. Znno;
both run like Ponds, but they aie nl- corresponding socrotaiy, A. K. Yiin;
to almost equally good at tho Jumps, tieasurcr, John I.o; usslstnnt trcas
and It may lie said to tho credit of tuer, C. Y. Mack: amidol, K. Y.
Lo that 1 ho bulled himself like aching; miinnger, Kil. Amui.
catapult through tho air for n dls- x It n
tance of 20 feet 4 Inches In tho1
broad Jump, and losing thovcnt 'iTfilf fiJJnifnt At
three-quarters of an Inch. Ho also! uul U"lvlil l
tlioucd that ho wns anything but a I
one-sided nthlcto when ho shoved)
out tho 12-pound weight Tor n dis
tance of 35 1-2 feet.
Of coulee, Kn Suo was tho teal star
of tho meet; In fact, ho wits' 11 whole
constellation by himself, nnd ho
(nn Ipil nff tlin Pima 1.' fMillllturwn, th
(ftp for the man winning the great-'
est aggregate number of points. Ills
total was 28 points, Just 10 moio
than the number reached by his
most formldablo opponent, John I.o.
Ills mosti stnitling pcrformanco was
the tlmo ho 13 claimed to have mudo
in the 50-yaid dash 5 1-5 seconds.
On account of tho fact that thoro
is not one A. A. U. Itulo Hook for
1907 to bo found whether or not,
I hlA nut J ilfilirti tliv If itlil'A tnnfiii,l I
this cuU down tho world's record
iimnot be verified lis ct. However,
the World's Alipniiac glvoi tho beat
....... .. 1rn..H O lllnA ,.F r,.lnn .
.... ,u ,.u. ,. .,., . v"""'h". Cg,t Wnerg will receive free linns
who covered the distance In 5 2-5 ..,. . ,,,, ,....'... .
leconds. Notwithstanding this fact,
it Ii well known thnt Dan Kelly, tho
prcLeiit champion In tho hundred, I
was ut ono tlmo not so very long ago
supposed to havo covorcd tho dls
t.mto In record-breaking time, which
would necessarily have been less than
Itlco's tlmo, ns It was dono since
1U01. However, this cannot bo told i
for an nbsoluto certainty until nn
ollklnl rule book of the association I
l.as been found, Tho fact rcmaliiB
that Kn Suo la n icmarkablo iiinner
and that, undor tho existing condl-, A llut Balno of haheball was played
tlonsof weather and soggy track, ho! jesterdny afternoon nt WaIMM at
gave a wonderful exhibition of speed1 :3 "'cIock between tho Ilullotln
and natural running ability. Hotli newsies and tho Unlon-l'aeine Trans
he nnif John I.o arc only youths ns.'crs. The ltulletln yellers won by
ct, nnd, If thoy can Keep up their, " B6 "f l" "10 ne-ups were
' i.iesent pace, tho have n bright atli-,ns follows:
' lollc future before them. Ilullotln M. Ogen, c; Joe Cabral,
I The medal tiophy which was of- Pi Jo a,m,cs. lbi Jolln Uonles' 21,i
lfeu.,1 in'tho chili enrrvimr off tho'Joo Mendoncii, 3h; M. Canto, ss; M.
largest number of points went to tho'
Chlneso Athletic Club, which had 03 ,
lolnts reglstored under Its namo,
with the Chinese Alliance second
with 19 chalk-marks. It was almost
wnlk-away for tho A. C. lads, as
thoy havo gathered all tho lending
uthletes of their race In tho country
undci their fold.
It wns a meet Hint will live long
In tho history of Chlpeso athletics,
n,i fr, ii, Li-own mill,,,,!, it im.
hooves tho limners 'and Hold men oflOecn. Joo Cabral, Wllllo Martin.
the other clubs In'tho city to do somo
haul vroik between now and tho
time for tho big championship moot
which will bo hold in tho near fu
ture, o'r they will find that tho ma
jority of potntu will land with tho
followers it tho Celestial Kmpcrnr.
WINNERS OF EVENTS.
100 jnrd dnsh Kn Suo, first; Jno.
I.o, second. Tlmo, :10 3-5.
High Jump John Lo nnd Kn Suo
tied ut 5 ft. 3 3-4(1. Flipped coin,
I.o winning, for medal.
Mllo run Wall Kal, first; Ng, sec
ern!; I.oo Yip, third. Tlmo, 5:25 4-5.
50 yard dash Kn Suo, first; John
I.o, second; J. Woo, third. Tlmo,
t 1-5 beconds.
Ill-pound shotput John Lo, Mist;
V. Aynu, second; Kn Sup, third. Dla
lance, 35 ft. C In.
Half mite run Hong phack, first,
Von Sou, second; Ah Hung, third.
Time, 2:24 1-5.
Ilroad Jumn En Sup. first: John
I Iu, second; .!. Amuy, third. Dis
tance. 20 ft. 4 3-4 111.
Hurdles Kou I,au, first; Kn Sue,
second. Time, 10 2-5 sec. Time, not
counted, because of ono. hurdle not
220 jnrd dash Kn Sue, first;
Sing Chong, second; J. Hoy, thlid.
Time, 2G seconds.
l'olo vault J. Hoy, flrRt; John
Imoy, second; Ah Chew, third. Dis
tance, 9 ft. 2 in.
440 yard da3h Sine Chlng I'ung.
first; Hnng Ynu, second; Ki Y.
Chlng, third. Time, 59 seconds.
Mile walk Snm Hop, first; 0. II.
l'nng, second; A. Tljnu, third. Time,
S:3S 1-5. Aloy Soong disqualified for
Tho prizes wore distributed by
Madam Chang Tso Kan, Mlsa Amy
Chlng and Miss Cecelia Chuck Hoy.
The track committee comprised W,
Tin Yan, Jos. Y. '1 . Zane, II. D. Joe,
Wong Kim Chong, Aloy Soong.
Draws Big Crowd
Notwithstanding tho fact that tho
wea,l,cr , Iookctl BIO"m "' ,t'"1 morn
tug, a largo crowd traveled out to
t lie Golf Club, nnd cither played or
I.IU'il and watched the progress of
tho different matches. Thero were
two events plnyed oIT. In tho four
lomo there wcro 34 entiles nnd tho
winners, I). Olffard and II. Koth, had
tu iiso tho utmost oi their skill In or
der to carry off the prlzo. Their op
i.nnnntu wm'n T f Hvima nnd A M.
three up nnd ono to play. A ticket
I tournament In the afternoon called
out 3G entries, and tho following
I portatlon to Hnlelwa when the next
! Whlto Hock tournament Is held:
II. C Cartel, 79; !'. C. Smith, 79;
T. (Jill, 84; II. A. Wilder, 85; K. Wa
terman, SC; C K, Udmumls, SG; II.
II. Walker, jS8: S. (I. Wilder, 88; IJi.
: :: x
ARE MI WlfH
S0"111- cf;'A- Mondonca, If; Wllllo
Unlon-l'aclflc Transfers Max. c;
Fred., lb; M. Souza. 2b; Logan, 3b;
M. Alameda, ss; Aruda, rf; John 811-
,. ; fred. souza, ir.
Scoro by Innings
1 2 3 4 5G789
Ilullotln 0 13 04 000 1
U.-I. T 00200200 0 4
Stiindc out Ily Joo Cabral, 10; by
' Williams, 9. Tliroo-bnso hit SI.
liases on Dans uy joo uaurai, b;
ALOilftS FEED WITH
JP FAT Oil
Tho mcmbois of tho Chlneso Aloha
Club gavo a swell Chinese dlnnor
yesterday at tho Chong Pat Chan
lestaurant, on Muunnkca sticet, In
celebration of tho Chinese Kohohl.
Theio weio nearly forty members ot
tho club picsont, nearly all of those
being members of tho baseball teams
of tho club.
J'rom G p. m. until neaily 8 o'clock
tho placo was a lively scene and tho
OUR SALE OF
Consisting of MERCERIZED WHITE
GOODS suitable for Shirt Waists,
Suits, and Gents Shirts.
Also a large assortment of
FANCY LAWNS and DIMITIES
noise the liojs mudo was heard sever-1
!l blocks away It was such a Jolly
crowd that notwithstanding It wns I
Sunday rousing cheers nnd speech-j
making were heard. During tho
progress of tho dinner about 50,000
firecrackers wcro II led nnd this add
ed Its share to the racket. Wllllo tho '
firecrackers were going oft Maunnkca ,
Ltrect was crowded with spectators.
The liojs participating will probably
not forget the event for some tlmo to,
Among those present at tho dinner
were John AKaiia, president of the
club; W. Tin Chong, sccrctnry; C.
Ah Tong, treasurer; I'cter Yen, nu
dttor; J Ho Ytip, captain of tho first
baseball team, and O. Ho Llm, cap
tain of tho second nine; iiIko tho
members of the two teams nnd a few
friends of tho club.
Additional Sports on Page 7
lilllJ! STILL 1
Federal Officials Raid
Big Booze Plant
Tho biggest nnd best-equipped il
licit dUtlllery ever discovered In the
Tenltoiy was found Saturday by
Walter 1'. Uinl.e, Collector of Inter -
i.al Hovcnuo; United States District
Attorney It. W. llrcckons, nnd Unit -
od Stntes Olllce Deputy Marshal Har
ry III tins, on lands adjoining Mis. I
Julia Afong's countrv resldonco .at I
Luaknhn, Nuuanu valley. In addi
tion to tho still, the olllcers found a
largo amount 'of okolchao, 175 gal
lons, which Is tho most over found
in ono raid, nnd 45 gallons of mash
in process of, manufacture.
Only ono arrest was mado during:
tho raid. Koga, tho Japanebo'
btablo boy, was taken luto cus- J
tody. It Is expected, however, that
other arrests will follow as a ro-
Tho offlceis when thoy tot out
woro aimed with a search wnnant.l
tovoilng tho entire Afong premises. I
Tho hoiibo was locked mi and n3 1
I no noiibo was locked up i nil. asf
llreckons wUhed lo use the tele-,
phone, ho obtained a ladder and on-
tcrcd tho lioiiFe by means of an up-
,.,.,i.T.,i,. inniiMTltnyrT?yT.MriiwyiTi I tiT.fp."jMH.rnj
This Sale Means MONEY
Wc have included in the lot all of the best and most
seasonable goods in th; store.
PRICES CUT ALMOST IN HALF
The superiority of the goods is maintained. Some of
the articles were on a steamer ten days ago. Nothing
shopworn; nothing that is not as good as you will find in
the leading stores on the mainland.
COME IN TIME TO PICK
L B. KERR & CO.,
Alakea Street, near Hotel
to 5c yard
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KINO STS.
pcr-story window He called up Mrs
Afong and ns scon as sho found out
that the oulclnl ot tho Federal Gov
ernment was In her house, sho be
came very much excited.
Then, dropping the receiver, shci
and Albert Afong rushed up to the
place in an automobile. Tilings weio
very exciting for a time. Mis. Afong
being extremely Indignant that nny
ono should dare to enter her promises
without her pel mission and in her
absence. However, on being luform-
1 cd of tho reason Tor tho visit, sho
, withdrow her opposition, admitted
1 that llreckons might not bo so bad
I as she said ho was, and allowed a
I thorough scaich to be made.
Tho distilling plant nnd tho piod-
ucls of tho booze-makers' Industry
were found In a largo cavern hollovv-
' cd out under the planking of tho
N'ntuinlly, there is no suspicion In
tho minds of tho Government oulclals
that Mrs., Afong had any cognlzanco
of tho exlstcuco of tho plant befor
tho raid vva3 made,
In the mntto- of tho damage suit of
Henry Oumpher ngnlnst 1 11. Whltln,
"Horndy for tho defendant has filed it
notice. asking plaintiff within 48 bonis
1" "lmlt certain factB, tending to show
that wh((n was J1(Jt 10 muler or ()lo
mltomoW0 t tho time It ran Into
anmpher's hack, but that' Mrs. Whit-
mflT I Til I'Hlil.lifalililfil