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EVENINO BTJLLKT1N. HONOLULU. T 11., FRIDAY, FCP, 7, 1908.
1908 Flat 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.
Just Keep in mind also that we have
a fine assortment of Auto sundries of
all sorts. As to Automobiles, well, we
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,
AT CUT PRICES
VALENCIENNES LACES at 5c a YARD
We have a big assortment of these beautiful Laces
that came on the last lnt of the Alameda, and wc arc of
tenng them for sale at prices lower than any that have
ever been put on them in Honolulu.
YEECHAN& CO., cor. Bethel & King
COOKING and HEATING by
NoEire ,No ,Odojv..tMNpJieat
THAT'S GOMFORr, CDHVENrENCE, AND SAEBfEYv-' i.
Hawaiian Electric Co,, Ltd.,
Office, KINO ST. near ALAKBA. ' i PHONE 300.
Local and National 1
CANNOT BE USED
Floral Parade Committee
Look for Another
Ontxlilo of the communication
from the trustees of tlio baseball
ALL STARS PLAYED
. ELI GATES' NINE
Game Wat Scheduled for Sunday
Morning, Paper Filet Came
Oakland, Cal., Jan. 28. The Ho
nolulu All Stura and a picked team
mounds, rorusltiK to grant tho uso undor tho management of Kll Catcs
of the grounds for tho Floral Parade jnro to play at Krccmnn's Park Sun
day morning at 11 o clock, providing
the weather In propitious. The teams
wilt lino up as follows:
Honolulu All Stars llllss, catch
er; Schlmpff or Hopkins, pitcher;
people on the -1M Inst., there was no
matter of Importance brought to the
nttcntlon of the Promotion Commit
tee nt Its meeting yesterday after
Ilcv. V 1). Westcrvclt and J. Wnl
tcr Srott of San J-'rnnclsco were pres
ent and complimented the committee
for US good work. '
Albert Hrdmnn, father of J. P.
Krdman, icqueltcd through Itov. V.
1). Westcrvclt Billies of Hawaiian
Kcalon, llrst base; Spencer, second
base; Williams, shortstop; Dcvcrcaux
third base; Dashwood, Hcltniullcr
and .lllldebrand, fielders.
Picked team llsola, catchers. Wil
lis or Catcs. pitcher; llacklcy, first
base; Croll, second base; 'McKuuc,
views tu bo used In giving lectures thortstop; Irwin, third baRo; Mcrtcs,
In the States. The matter was ta- Shannon and Willis or Cutes, fielders.
bled until Secretary. Wood . rcliirns. , '
Prescht wcro Xctlng 'Seefetary j The All Stars liavo had panics
Wlllard K. ilrown, ,1. I.. McLean, W. i Kchcdulcd seer.il limes since leaving
T Lucas, .1. A. McCumlless and V.
The following communication was
read on tho baseball grounds mat
ter: Honolulu, T. 11., Feb. 5, 1908.
Wlllard K. Ilrown, I'sq., Acting Sec
retary, Hawaii Promotion Com
Dear Sir: Your letter of the 3rd
Inst., in reference to obtaining the'
use of tho baseball grounds for tho!
morning of tho 8 2d of Fchrutry, has
been rcrclvcd and 1ms had our caro-j
I regret exceedingly to linvo to ln-
SEEN IN AN AUTO ,RIDE FOR
Just call 290 on the 'phone and ask fcr QUINN.
iMiiiiiiMiBn i pi yr ritTrrwm ii it rrr1
For Sidebone Spavin, Ringbone,
Enlarged Tendons,, and old and per
.sistent cass of lameness.
. SAFE CUBE and EFFECTIVE. '
Acts like magio on shoulder, hip,
'loin and early tendon lameness.
p - ,
-. . .. it-. ft . ' r flvyi
Honolulu, but something turned up
every time to prevent tlio content.
The latest papers that came down on
tho, .Mongolia were those of Jan. 30,
so an account of the game Is not to
:: a .
'Need Alore Funds
form 'you tlintj the, trustees of
i mm tuat if-.w
them to,, gran! you,
. . nuiTi iririi niivprsir - , :. .inn T'!
l,nnU4ll I ... H...I in It it.lll fin' ' ' ' '
imauMaii u,i4iJ .,,(' VMI ) -"V.'tf " Ylll
jpur rcflucst. , ,. ,, ..,,,,,
The frrustecH. haVfli bqpn. put
dlfllculty of bullillng, bleachers.
forthd new truck Is just now prqr
tp:feerttln'K Itself to tho 'associated stui
murh nxpqiwa ami tlwo, nml, nret UCMts. The board Of Control, com
tho present ipopiint f)tn liflnd cU of faculty lilld student -mem-resiiddlngitliu.firiiuudH,
pdtlng',,tb,cni hers who- have cHaigo'of'Utlilctlc lm
midy for the .coming bores pf, baser p'roVchienta Is 'unablo tcJ'tlnnnco tho
ball giimcH which will ppep fp a few nialfbr, drill' Mb Is the' 'associated stu
ivcolis. .They ha-vo no doibt byt .that denfs: Sb'Uhd TrcrfWdilt or the A
.oii.imld faithfully, carsy.1putlAnV',JtiS,,t!'''tut,el,rt ls solus to try ito
coiidltJon.ithati Uicy might Apipp.?Q; rA'S0 'th'0' required amount through
upon ou but oiM(ccpunt ,n( thq,soff Wpulaf-',siibficrlptltiri. AtprMent the
(onilltlap iu( tlle(grounqHndl thp Ihtbk lias!onc Set of bleachers, ac
ihort spaco of tlmo rcmalnlpg, it, tonimodiitlng but 2500 people, yet
would bo Impossible ttorbaye Jh,o Ibis was' ample for the- meoU hold
ground) lrndy.-fonitho fipenlng.EIMnev to' yearn'1'0 Sta,nfprd lntorschqas
nonBcquently they v,'qtd, yiv, to o tlod.frfshniflti, intercollegiate. Hut
postponed and lp Justice, to t)o Ujanjs, this jcar as the varsity Intercollegl
or tho baseball league, the trustees t ate Is to bo held at, Stanford, It Ib
feel that they linvo to refuso your considered necessary to duplicate tho
request. 1 am, Jileachcrs. Dr. Angcll, chairman of
Yours very truly, tbo faculty athletic committee and of
PAUL, II. lSKNHEUG, tho Hoard of Control, has this to say
Chairman of the Hoard of Trustees of ! on the situation:
tho Honolulu Haseball Assocla- "The coqt of duplicating tho prcs
tlnn. ent bleachers on tho track will prob-
Sccrctary Ilrown said that It Is ably be about J2700. To meet Buch
probablo that other grounds can bo! an outlay tho board of control has
seemed, I practically no funds, as tho $1200 at
In his communication to tho cam.-; It command will Just about incct Its
mltteo A. Hartley asked It to get to-1 indebtedness for money borrowed to
gcther $7B0 to defray
of the Floral Parade,
S it 8
Obtainable at all druggists and
POTTSE & SONS, Honolulu
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
The puio-brcd Jersey Bulls. Oi fcwiy of V. B., A. J, 0. C, No. G0247,
and Ouenon Lad, 2nd A. J. C. C, N 02304, at service at $10.
ggi.sgo The Fond Bairy
you have lost a coat. let us
supply you with a new one.
This Is Not
A Tailor's Advertisement.
We are referring to your housa it needs a coat of paint and needs
it badly. Let us fit it with a new coat of paint Heal Paint put ci by
T HiPtoftA I N T E RPII0NE 420.
Tho llullctln baseball team Is rea
dy to consider any challenge- from
S.im Marshall or nnjono else, when
the nnnio of tho team with thct play
cis' namei nio given. Captain
the expenses uulld th? old bleachers. Owing to
the gcncrnl financial stringency, the
board can no longer borrow from tno
hanks, though tho bank Is willing to
carry over tho notes of the board un
til next November. Accordingly, the
lio.iul Is willing to advance from
SHOO to ?1200 toward tho now
bleachers; so It tho studonts can
raise an equal amount In cash to put
en aro anxious to hear moro concorn-
lug tho challongo printed In tho
moiuiug paper. ,
jO0wltli thts, tho board will start In on
Mendonca anil Manager Manuel Og-; u,u wor" """ on lis u
can rccoivo urns, una win awaru
timtracts. The lemalnlng iooo or
",00 duo on tho contrarta could In
..,, ....,.,, i... ,.. .....,.....,... ..
'mi MutJMlllliy uii naiiniiiuiuriiy llll-
lunccil. Anyhow tho board Is willing
11(13 WORLD'S RIFLE REC0RD;l;;:y- "- rk Jt l -lo
As tho students arc verj' desirous
o having ample accommodations for
tho lsitnrs on tho day of tho first
i track meet hold hero Blnco 1004 and
l the first Intorcollcglato on tho now
track, tho thousand dollars roqulncd
will undoubtedly be forthcoming,
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SOX TO TRAVEL
14,641 Miles Will Be Covered Before
They Return to the
Chicago, Jan. 29. What Is believed
to bo tho greatest training trip over
taken by n baseball club, will begin ou
February 29, when tho Wlilto Sox
leave here for I.03 Angeles, Cal. Tho
magnitude of tho undertaking can bo
imagined from tlio fact that tho two
sections of tlio squad will covcr'14,041
miles before they return to Chicago to
epen tho American League season on
No ball club over went out of Chi
cago In such stylo as thoso Sox aro
going. Tho special train secured from
tho Hock island road will bo tho finest L
that can bo put together. This was
tho proviso Insisted on by President
Comlskey which made tho railroads
shy at tho contract. To carry tho
baseball party of about flfty-fho peo
ple, Including players, their families,
club officials, newspaper representa
tives and a fow rooters, the special
will bo made up of six cars library,
diner, two sleepers, combination 'buf
fet and observation, and n baggago
car. in met, tho train will bo a iuiih
llcato of tho Golden Stato Limited, ex
cept that It will ctiry qno car less.
President Comlskey InlcmV making
tlio trip a personally conducted affair.
his plan Ijcfntj'lola'ccouipilnf'bis pla
urs over life wliolu route.
.About thirty players nlll bo taken
911' the. trip, (.(loVgo number of pur
chased and drarted mats being sched
uled to Wo with tho veteran members
of tlio team for places on the regular
Tho entire squad will by kept to
gether at,, 1,0") Angeles only long
enough .to glo alt hands enough prac
tice to play good ball, and then thu
division nlll bo made, tho regulara
being left In tho City of tho Angels,
while tho recruits hit the trail to San
As soon as tho regular get going li
their customary stride they will sally
forth to surprlso tho San Francisco
fans, tho second team icturnlng lo
mako use of the training camp nt Los
Tho same standard In style set by
tho equipment of the, .special train to
the;, .Coast, , will bq .maintained all' 'the
way. .Contracts with tno fliiest lotfcls
qu.Jbo Cpast havoj boonpiado, retire
Bcntatlycit various ijom'mel'ilal dubs'
bnvl!icbeon.,'8cu,t K niaUWhfc"Pac'lfl'(
.- .. ' .- .. fc.r .
.plaj-lucam&fntrisi $uij6 'it
!fP1lf,.thi, tcarij ttllaoAho' fijnKt
.luilteU api !)vatrH1,to'i.o'Wans.
M,.1,qb Anpjfciyip. pthcy.il Wlillon of
Players win miarunc s)mo irain.
h ani 1 a gang, win. uo rusner
have an 'Impoi
.. . . .:"!... . iir' j
gagfrnent, 10 piay, uwrp, flip
I WHITNEY & MARSH
WE ARE NOW SHOWING
A SPLENDID SELECTION OF
In plain, checks and stripes; something new
and different to what you have been accus
tomed to tec in
In shade 1 of tans, browns, greys, blues and
See ; Window : Display
niiir IERDE ttlE
Itocheatcr, N. V Jim. 29. At tho'
tournament of tho Indoor Twenty-,
two Caliber Klllo Ltfaguo today llar-
rj tl. Harrison of Kochcsicr lowcroi.
tlio woild's record In tho rapid-firing
contest, nqorlng fill In soventy-sevon
shots, lauding In sixty seconds.
t: :: t: I
KI! DEFENDS HUE
Ht. Louis, Mo., Jan. 29. Plajlng',
probably tho most remarkable pool
of his career, Thomas Huestou to-1
night successfully defonded his t It lo
of world's pool champion against Jc
romo Keogh. Klnal score, COO to
n t: n
eoweil mm 11
Ocoigo lllldebrand, a member of
tho San Krnnclsco CoaBt Leaguo baso
lall club, has been Becured to coach
tho Lowpll Hlgi School baseball nlno.
lllldebrand will have full chargo of
tho equad, and will direct the candi
dates for tho first time next Monday
afternoon. Haseball Manager Mc-
1 Closkey had been dickering with III1-
Pittsburg, Pa., Jan. 27. Leo Jones """""'" " '
,.f o, 1 ,.i. . .!, .,i ,ri in "uecceded In prevailing on tho
ffi SKMI1 HUE
tho two-mllo event of the tournament
for tho win Id's roller skating cham
pionship. Jones defeated Ollls Mooro
champion of the one-mile event, by a
small mai gin, 1
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
nulletin gives a complete summary of
he newt of te 'lay.
leaguer to coach tho nine. Under thf
tutelage of lllldebrand It is expected
that tho Sutter street Institution will
cut qulto a figure In the champion
lllldebrand succeeds Tom Kelly,
the old Northwestern loaguer who
look charge of the Lowell nlno In
the fall training. S. V. Uxnmlnor.
and 22. tlmp being allowed far" A lit-
,tla practice, at tb,o Soy thefn metropolis
before engaging, tho, ;ejqpna 1H a
erj0B, ,..', ' ',''.,,,
, Tho pflcond tepn), bRadc.d by PrcM
ijent Comlskey. will drop off tho train
nt Maricopa, Ariz., and will tako 'A
branch road up to Phoenix, whero they
begin their battlo with tho teams of
tho Sagebrush League. Tho recruits
will Bcour tho great Southwest, play
Ing their way through Arizona, Now
Mexico, Oklahoma, Kansas and then
through tho StatcB of tho Middle West,
finally finishing at Springfield, Ill
April 12. Tlio second team will cover
7,408 miles of tho country, and Com
lskey wasn't far from right when ho
said BoniQ of tho players would get
Into condition hy Just climbing in and
out of tho upper berths, In nil, tho re
cruits aro scheduled to play-thlrty-flve
a a a
Nlno hundred feet of koa wood for
the- yacht Hawaii wcro becured this
moining, Secretary .Mclneruy and
llnlldcr Lylo have been after this
wood for Bomo time, but they here
tofore wcro unable to como to any
Mirt of a reasonable agreement ns to
tho price with the owners. This
morning, however, grim determina
tion was written In tho faces of both
men when they took n hack and went
out on, "u scouting tour,
After Inspecting tho stocks of var
ious dealers In tho city they llnnlly
decided on tlio lot of 900 feet at a'
prlco of 15 conts per foot. Tho for
mor price asked was 40 cents per
loot, This wood will ho used for all
tho lntorlor finishing work, nnd. will
bo unique as well, as beautiful.
BURNS- PALMER Fill
rfflNBJP FEB. N
London, Hng Jan. 29. Tho fight
lie tween Tommy Hums nnd Jack Pal
mer of Newcastle, which was sched
uled for Fob. 1st, has boen postponed
until Feb. loth.
a a a
"Truck" Eagan recently had an
other addition to his family, this
lime a boy. Although Kagau has
been made a cood offer to en with
Sacramento in the State League his
nloiiilH ilu not expect that ho will do
tort tho Oakland club.
Tho Valley Side l.engUu will finish
its scries at Knplolanl IMrk Sundn
at 2' p. in. Tliero will bo 0110 gamo
between tho Lcllehnas. and lluffalo
a a a
a a a a a a a a a a,a t a a a a a
" FOOD EOIt FANS
"Chief" Asola, who is 0110 of tho
,llrst of tho Seals to sign and return
Ills contract to tho San Francisco
club, has a good excuse, for his haste
In this matter. It was rumored
around some time ngn that the chief
might bo traded, sold or possibly re
leased. Somo woman in tlio neigh
borhood wherci (he lives peddled tliH
intorniution, npout in, n ,uvey insp
ion, apparently .pleaded nt what s,ho
eonMdero.il). the nisfprtuno pf tlio
catcher. All-ths time .Esolo. had his
contract In the house., n,nd .Jiv' ,t
show the mcddlorBthnt l)p bad, i jflli
awaiting hlm.rand) ticBtop tho cliat
M, Ho signed In a hurry nnd gavo
out the newtt, 'Sllicn.Uiqii I here has
lldcn' peace In audi around thu.Ksola
fireside. ' . ,n n , u
'" "!' ' ' tt" H 1 C 1 ' ,
1 Several of ,th,o Sa,i) J;'rppcsco tcqm
urtlirtvalsiin .the vnyot ?o,iphlug 11c
udemlc bafiobnj) ,(pamp this, ,ycar.
George 'HHJpbrand,l,'l;j, charge f(t
the Lowell iHquad;, Ilnlph, WIIUs, tho
plt-clior, Is looking qftcr the Interests
of tho'CogBwcllnnlno, and Nick Wil
liams has ibeen offered tlio job of
teaching tho young minds at Lick
how to curvo a ball. As theso three
teams aro all In tho samo leaguq
there ought to bo doings. Illldebramt
gives It out, however, that ho has the
best material to work on.
a a a
Tho All Stars and Kll Catcs' picked
team will make another effort to play
a game at Oakland. Several games
ItiivA linon nrrnnirpfl In Mm nasi, hut
lalnycwathor.jlias. Interfered .Tlo
am tjtars ami; My 11 of1"'1 aro scucu
tiled to play.
a a a
Tho proposed gamo jestcrday bu
Iwcon the All Stnrs and the Univer
sity of California nlno had to ha
called oft op account of the rain. Tim
All Stars .made, (he. trlp'to llcrkolcy,
but when they iirrUed on tiie campus
It-was ralnlnghHrd,.aiid a gamo was
pnfof tho questlon.-r-Chronlclo Jan
uary' 30'. ' -.'-i !
Oeorgo lllldebrand says that he
has received 11 n offer from tho Stato
Icaguc, hut Intimities . tu.nl ho, Is well
).fjtl5(lcd where ho U; "I huvo not
Blgncd a contract as yet," ho n.ild,
"but I linvo an ,undqrs,tnndlng with
Pauny Long, iitid' oxpect to bo wltli
a a .a '- . '
"IliiU" Pcrrino met with n peculiar
a'ccltlcnt In a gamo at Stanford 10-'
ccntly. .pcrrino was. called slippn to,
play lit tho outfield. A fly ball camo
ills way, and "Hull" got under It.
In Homo way ho missed tho leather,
which hit him plump 011 tlio stom
ach, nnd he was temporarily down
tt a a
"llrlck" Devoreaux Is expected
back in Oakland today from Santa
Cruz and will then probably bo alilo
to glvo a correct lino ns to whether
lie will Join -tlio Statp IcagucrsT It.
js said that Ilratihury, tho owner nCi
trapL Jiujt, t wj)lhayi$, y boa .good
proposition to Iniluco him to forsake
is business In Oaltjind, Chronicle,
Jnij., 3P.1( , ,.,,,,,
lie penned hor vcio on while fools
cap, 1. '
, Jhaf, told of Cupid's capers;
pio aniwercd; ",ond Bomo,niorc,, idd
lAbap; , 1 r ) (
They mako such, nlqe cprl pqpers," V
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
T FOR. F0RT,rAND KINQ STS.
This Sale Means MONEY
To You '
We have included in tlio 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., Ltd.
Alakea Street, near Hotel