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EVENING IlULLETtN, HONOLULU, T. II, I'm DAY, MAY 29, 1908.
Tlio 1908 Improved
DELAVAL CREAM SEPARATORS
Ten j ears clfad of all othrrs in every feature of
1T1I HEW STYLE'S.
IEJ NEW CAPACITIES.
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EVEFI4STI NO III DAILY USE.
The lcsult of thirty cars' experience in budding cp-
81 E. 0. Ha!! & Son, Ltd., Agents
Baseball Bulletin's Page Of Racing
Boxing Q P fi R TQ Wrestling
Boating O- J Xv 1 O Rowing
" EDITED BY FREDERICK B. M00KE
SAIfilS ID I1WMN
Also Kams and Puns
Great Sport Is
Mil SCHOOL MM
BEATEOV THE PUNS
Tliu lull pln ci 8 from tlio High
Hcliool )i:stuidii) afternoon wont down
lit ilcfent at tlio linnilH of tlio Puna
lioiiH, to tlio grand chorus of 18 8. Tlio
game was al no rt igc In doubt, us tlio
men from (Jiiein Hmmn's pnlaco
Miowed their nlillity to mako costl)
LOS ANGELES (01
Business Men Took It
'urrniH fiom I ho first, and could not' (Jn Pq Pr66rY6
' m t tnirntlnT ciuitmli tfi aton tlio runs' r J
tlio Puiih will' Binding ucioss. Iho
ganio wan pln)cil on tlio I'unV cam-
Attention, fans! (lu.it biseball The feature (it (ho kiiiiio was ninilo
'hhimlil li) all mills fie the remit when by D.ivIh of ilie lowers, when ho clout
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They arc so easy to prepare, and so thoioughly appe
tizing and wholesome that many housewives consider them
Their distinguishing point is that they are really Baked
baked bro,vn and mealy, every bean whole, vith the food
value left in it. That's where they differ from other brands
moot of which are simply Boiled beans except on the
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ALL THE 0THE71 57 VARIETIES IN STOCK.
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the Diamond Heads nnil the Silnts
lfnol. up foi their contest sihoduled
foi tonionow afternoon at Hindi ill
I'nik. These will he Miinethlng do
ing 'I he Silnls have been hitting
their stildo In great shapo fur tlio
last week or two, .mil the Diamond
Heads li.ul the league, ko far. In
standing, as the) h,io not been de
feated (Mis season, and have n hitting
leimd whlih hIhiwh the) luvo cam
cd a good pail of their honors .it
It. in II should be a battle ro).il,
and, fiiilhcr, It should glvo 1,111110
roit of 11 line 011 what the final rc
ults of the season will bo. The two
hac pli)ed before, but tlio Saints
had not lilt their winning btre.ik
then, and If they nro too goed foi the
Jewell now It will be shown how tlio
Kinder Imps, to 1,0111c extent
lb.; Bin Hun, 2b
n : Murulihl lb :
Onus, tf.; 1MII if
M.irrcllliio, If ;
m and mm to
1 wit MIND dO
On July t'oiiith, Ilnttllng Nelson
On tlio "I" attempt to wrest tlio lightweight 1
other hnnil, If the Jewels win again, championship honors or the world
It will bo pretty dearly shown that ; from tlio dusky blows of Joo Cans,
the ntbei teams will hao to take Inn IG-round go, which Is to bo held
iiulte n brine to wast the laurels I" Coifioth's Mission street arena,
from this club - ' 8an Kranclsio This Is another of
The Puns iiiurthe Kams will play 'huso long bouts, which amount to u
the second game Too Kams hno nnish fight. In a number of which
strengthened their line cr) inaterl-' Nelson has taken put. It was In n
all In the past two weeks li) tlio long go that he first reached tho top
I'ddltlon or some of the old favorites ' wavo of his popularity by knocking
it the game. The Puns, tro. will 'nut Jlninilo Ilrltt. Tho long-fight
tome Into this contest with n chang
ed line, anil It is piobablo from tho
way tho 111011 have shifted around In
ti.clr positions tint one desporato cf
fmt will be made to shut the Kams
out of It.
gimo is now on tho boards strongly.
civic few. FictiT
Theodore Richards of tho Civic
Itcutei realizes that he must pla roderntlqu sa)s that tho point of tho
ball, if an) thing Is to be dono toward
saving the present series, for which
rciroa n rail) li cvpected.
At any late, tho good fans and true
who Bit weekly in the L'wa blecchers
and mal.o ieonnnt the evening air
opposition to tho boxing contests
scheduled for tomorrow night, and
promoted by n local sporting writer,
Is that tho law is very plain In pro
hibiting Inch a contest for paid ad
missions. Ho further sa)s that, as
an Horse, Cattle,
Sheep, Dog and
fir TPSWsV HJ
" V viiVSJ. Mf f "1
with witticisms will hnvo good base- this Is against United States law, ho
ball offeicd them, as the teams could, docs not think tho men of tho I'lcct
not be better matched. j should bo encouraged during their
The Memorial Day exorcises will ot.i) horc, to disregard the law by at
not Intel fcro vIt'i tho game, ns the tending or taking pnit in such cxhl
fornici nro to be held In the forenoon bltlons. .
and tho ball phi) lug docs not begin Ho says tho Civic I'cds, Intend to
until 2 p. m. I do away with this thing.
I And nil tho tlmo Mi. A) res, 0111
iplii)cd by tho Advertiser, Insists that
tho light will bo held us if thcio wcro
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SPORTS CALENDAR "
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ASSORTED CASES FROM $10 TO S30.
Containing Remedies for Coj?1h, Colds, Colic, Sprains, Cuts, Wounds
Sere Backs, Girth Galls, Founder, Worns, Kidney Tioublcs and Distem
per, Ete, m Horses.
Distemper, Worms, Manse and Kanhcr, Dogs.
Stomach, Lung, Kidney and Liv:r Troubles in Cattle.
These leinedies aie specially prepared for these Islands, and every
stock-owner will find it pays well t) hr.ve a remedy right on hand for
any little ill which cccuis among his stock.
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NEAR HOTEL STREET
Chinese and Japanese tennis plaj
crs will cross 1 acquets at tho Japan
ese tennis courts on Kukul stiect,
between Nuiinnu avenuo and I'oit
street, at 1 o'clock timiortow aftei
noon, for 11 hort of International tour
ney. Invitations, piinted In both
Japaneso nnd Hngllsh, havo boon Is
sued, together with a Hit of phi) cut.
Ulght tnatihcs .110 siheduleil, us fol
low: 1, Tom A)oy and W.idu; 2,
Wong Tiok nnil Kaln; :t, Kwnl I'oiiR
land MnMida; 1, Till Chan and Yauia
moto; li, Chun Mln ami Kiirokaw.i;
C, CI111H. Chun and Kamanioto; 7, K.
M. Louis and Muiakanil; 8, I.um
King and Yumnguclil,
y.M.l,1. UlfilMf N IIIMIH
On next Thursday, tho Ith, tho Y.
M C. A will hold a sciles of gymna
sium inntcsts, Including such ovents
as tho lung dive, tho high kick, the
atindtr.g long Jump, tho high dive,
tho bin vault for height, and tho
like. Tb inntcsts wore bcliedtilcd a
long tlmo ago, mid for thla icnson
they will not lie postponed foi the
Eiiko of tho Diamond Head A, C.
f niokcr at tho Armory, which falls
on tho sjiuo night. Tho bids nro
Ju.it. out fin the smoker, and thcio is
llttlo doubt that It will provo u very
tt rt rt
by having your soles ?v hejls put on by us. Quality in
shce-rcpairing goes de:p lelow the surface; it is not jast
on ton. Our method is to do the BEST work for the lea3t
possible price. Shoet soled nnd heeled while yen wait.
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MANUEL REIS. Call up at any
Mine, by telephone any one of these
numbers: 230, ZOO, 1097.
On tho Alameda, tho passengeis
mid craws nro often amused by bruis
ing bouts which are held aboard, and
tho fact that an unusual niimbei of
these bouts was held dining tho Inst
trip down led a number of tho pit,
sengeis to bollevo that thero wcro
some "profv." brulscis aboard. And,
In fact, some of tho men among tho
passengers weie remaikahly bhlftj,
mid gave 11 hard time to some of tho
ship's romp.in), who spend a goo I
deal or theli time with the gloves On
rt rt rt
TRANS-PACIFIC RACE ENTRIES
SAN DIKOO, Calif.. Ma) 28. Om
olal entries foi tho Ti.ius-I'.u Ifli
Yacht Hire mo tho Hawaii, I.idy
Maud, I.111II110 mid ('iwoudol)ii II, '
May 29 Baseball, Aliiolani
Mills Institute, Makiki, 3 p. m.
.Ma) 30 Ilaocball, Diamond
Heads vs. St. Loulr, Kams vs. I'una-hous.
, May 30 Uoxing, Ah Sam vs. Jock-
1 May 30 Match rate, Suio Shot
. vb Dulco Spencer, Jr.: half mile,
May 30 Tennis, Japaneso vs. Chi-
' liese, 1 p. m.
1 Juno 1 Yacht Jlnwuli leaves for
1 Juno I Diamond Head A. C. smo
June 4 Y. M. C. A. eymnatlum
. Juno C Diamond Head A. C. ball
.111 no C Concert Kallhl Athletic
Club, Kiillhiwiicnn Hall.
June 10 Hawaiian dun Club's
cliiMit for club championship.
Juno 10 Royal School Alumni so
cial. June 11 Kumehnineha Aquatic
June 11 Hawaiian Gun Club's
sfinl-annual prize shoot.
I June 17 Hawaiian dun Club's un
1 known ansles shoot.
July 20, 21, 22 Kennol Club
July 3-4 Hllo races.
July 4 Stort Trans-Pacific Yacht
July 4 Maul races.
I.OS ANOHLKS, Calif., May 17.
An Informal meeting of none ot tho
cd the p. Hot for n homo run. Tho mcl)crH f tlc Honolulu Yacht Race
Krs!,:' is- "S hein f"""":r- n,",,,1",c" hi 'it Chr
t'nno liv Do l-c ''' ' Commcric, was held )c3tcr
Tho lliii'-upi wiro: lu nfternooii In the Chamber of
I'unnhou Oil Bui, c.; l.jinan, p ; Commerce building. WlllU Hoiith
l.ldgato, Hi, Aklna, 2b.i I.owioy, bs.; was unable to bo present, anil for
.longs, 3b.; lllll Desha, If.; Dodgo, cf.; ' t1il reason tho 0mcl.1l meeting will
and Tow nsi ml. rf 1C(, jjonjny nftcrnoon.
High School NouRhton, c; Chll-, , , ....' . ,...,..,,,.
Ilngwiirth nnd Achleu, p.; An Iri.ws, ' ' " " '.' '., "K""u" "' '"
vlllliWl mil llllin uiiiuii, ,in imuuiii.
Ill tho place of Dr. Jnrvls Il.nlo'.v,
who Js unable to servo on tho toni
mlttco. The meeting was very enthusiastic
ami Mr. Spruanco spoke strongly on
tho necessity of having the rnco and
."tinting tii rnlso tho fund quickly.
"Not mil) Is It up to us to sco that
this nice is run, mid that thero is
11 I.os Angeles entry, but it will bo
run nnil thero will bo a Los Angeles
cntiy. It has passed the mark whero
tho ovent was nothing but a sport
ing ptoposltlon; it Is now a matter
of tho fair name of Los Angeles. I'cr
fconally, 1 sec not tho slightest diffi
culty in raising the money necessary
and I shall ;iot rest until the requi
site amount is subscribed."
Lin) d Chllds has been making
earnest efforts to sccuro a S.in I'mii-
clsto entry. He sent several tclc
grams )chtcrday with tho object ot
getting Mr. Coleman to enter the
Aggie, but had received no replies
up to a late hou last night. Tho en
try ot tho Aggie would add Interest
to tho race, ns sho Is an old-tlmo
rival of tho Lurllnc, and It lias never
been conclusively proved which is the
faster in n long ocean race.
The Los Angeles Hxamlncr sport
ing writer bids ot tho race:
Frank Garbutt arrived from San
Francisco )esterday and was pleased
to hear that the Lady Maudo and
(Iwendol)n II had also been entered
for tho Trans-Pacnic Yacht Race
Tenders havo been made by tho Pul
ton Marino Construction Company on
Terminal Island for tho making ot
the racing spars required by Mr.
(larbiitt's schooner Skldblndnlr, nnd
by Chnilcs A. I.owoy, sallmnkor, ot
tho samo place, for tho racing sails.
In older to race the Skldblndnlr,
now lowor musts, topmasts, booms
mid ) ards will bo required, nnd ev
ery sail on tho )ncht will havo to bo
now, except, perhaps, tho present
jlhtops.ill. Tho larger spars will re
quire new standing rigging thiough
out, and all the running rigging wUI
have to bo new In order to IK. Matt
Walsh, tho manager of tho ferry
company nt San I'cilro and Terminal
Island, will have tho overseeing ot
all supplies for the ),icht.
Wilbur Kyle's entry, tho San Di
ego jailit Lady Maude, anil Captain
Johnson's entry, tho Scattlo boat
Gwcndoljii 11, together with tho Ha
waii, will niako the necessary trio
for tho race, nnd Trcd. Dorr would
probably hnvo his Ynnhco Girl en
tered if ho were In the city. Tho
addition of tho I.urllno mid tho Sklil
blndulr to further icprcscnt Los An
gel ci and Southern California will
mean six ftno performers In the ocean
Tho nice Is now nssurcd. Towmd
tho fund that will bo available,
Trank (laibutt will give 2.r.00, and
II. II. Sinclair, owner of Lurllnc,
Mr, Ca.irlmtt's big schooner was
hi ought out as a family crulsor, with
11 miinll sail plan which would bo
wholly useless for lining. His con
sent to thnngo totally tho chaiactcr
ot his jacht for tho purpose of sup
posing wholesome local pildo Is gen
erous. The big sovon and a half ton
engine will have to bo taken nut, tho
decks lipped up and skylights re
moved. Ho will get rid of 21,500
pounds of weight, which at present
In the vviong place to do tho best
work for a sailing nicer,
GERMAN RACER DITCHED
WHITNEY 3c MARSH
Long Kid Gloves
in WHITE, PINK, BLUE, TAN MODE, BLACK and GRAY.
Long Silk Gloves
in WHITE, BLACK, TAN, PINK, BLUE, and BROWN,
Long Lisle Gloves
in WHITE and BLACK.
IU' ' U'lrwn Ml, u
I hnvo also written Mr. Mot gin to
1 all 1111 Mi. Jennings nnd glvo him
tho facts In icgaid tu Hawaii.
Wo nro getting splctiflhl nilveitls-
this . generous In their treatment.
Very tinly )ouih,
(Signed) I.OYD CIIILDS.
Tho Alllolanl College and Mills In-
stlttito teams of the Junior Intcrrfclml lng and the papers havo been
astlc llaschnll Lc.iguo will pin)
afternoon at 3 o'cock at Makiki.
The Newspaper League gimes on
Sunday will be the Stars vs. llullc
tlns mid tho rniadlsc vs. Advertisers.
Bulletin Basinets Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 105.
(Continued from Pajc 1)
croslt) (tseir In donating Ills theater
and getting the othcia Interested.
Mr. Willis llooth, vlto president ot
tho Chamber of Commerce, hns had a
standing nicctlng-tlino of 4 o'clock
every afternoon and the committee
has been promptly on tlmo. 1 nm
vcrv much plcacil with tho stand
taken by tho committee nnd It shows
a most friendly iiplilt toward tho Isl
ands and in) self.
Wo hnvo been most fortunate In
having on tho coinmlttco some of the
best-known nnd popular business men
of Los Angeles. Mr. Stowart, presi
dent of tho Chnmbcr, assured mo
that wo would have that kind of n
committee, nnd he certainly Is rlrjht.
Willis llooth, vice president Chnmboi
of Commcicc and vlco president Uqul
tablo Savings Hank, chairman; I.. J,
3. Spruance, Becictniy, California Cit
rus Union, vlco president Jonathan
Club, member Chnmbor of Commeitc,
Yncht Club, etc.; R. D. Ilronson,
president Hronson Desk Co , member
of Chamber of Commcice, member
Yacht .Club, Jnnnthan Club, etc.; C.
A. Sumner, president Sumner Realty
Co , incmbci Chamber of Commerce,
Yncht Club, etc.; Dr. I'ahl, head of
tho Good Samaritan Hospital, mem
bor Chamber of Commerce, Yacht
Wo havo planned n grand celebra
tion for July 4th. It will bo known
is "Harbor Da)" nnd will bo ono of
the greatest celebrations ovci held In
Tho Western Union has promised
an open wiro for flvo minutes so that
I'lcsldcnt Roosevelt can lire tho start
lng gun for the raco.
Squadron hnvo boon nskcil to bo pres
ent, also flvo or six hundred of tho
Htato Mllltl.i, pham battles, fire
works, motorbo.it rates, rowing lines,
)acht races, etc.
1 am working haul to hnvo tho Ag
glo entored from San I'lanclsio and
Mr. Jennings has piomlsetl his full
The dissatisfied mistiess and
the unsuited servant both
find in the Want-Ad. Pages of
a way out of their troubles.
Many women, since the
beginning of the year have solved
Thoracllio thc Problcm of dome9tic
service in this manner.
It's a good way, a direct
and certain way, and
ONE CENT A WORD!
Under tho direction of Cnpt. Hel
per the Hawaiian band will glvo a
uincert this evening at tho Moina
Hotel, complimentary to 1'rofessor
nnd Mrs. Knch. Trio concert will be
gin nt 7:30 o'clock nnd consist main
ly of Gcrnnn'alrs. The following Is
Giaml Mnuh: "Taniihaiiscr" ....
Ovetturc: "Pool nnd Pcisant.Suppo
Hallad: "lly tho Scn"T....Bcliiilieit
Selection: "Lohengrin" .... Wagner
Vocal: Hawaiian Songs ar. by lloigcr
Solcctlon: "Goiman Melodies" ..
Waltz: "lOiil Nights'' .... Strauss
rinalo. "Gorman Tattoo" Sato
"The Watch on tho Rhino"
"Thp Star-Spanglcd Ilanner"
Secure seats today for the boxing
carnival at tho Orphenm. The affair
will positively take place;
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
NIKOLSK, Siberia, May 28. Tho
Oeimtin car, which was bIU) miles
In tho lead of Its Ameilcan compotl
toi In the lace fiom Now Yoik to
Pails, fell' ovor a picclplce by tho
side of tho Tians-Slborlan road, a
distance of 200 feet, landing oil Its
It tt n 1
Beaton tlckotn fur the Kelo, Santa
Chun, local season nro now on sale,
N0W GOING ON
L. B. KERR & CO., LTD.,
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