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EVENINCJ DUXLETIN, HON'OMJLU, T II., SATURDAY, AUa. 22, 1003.
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Jimmy Coffroih Wants
New Plans For Puunene
Tennis Experts to
Basel; a 11
should lie kept
decs not Day to let tli
v.tzl the bt of wale
YACHT WHITE mil
Ions j HULL aaJ DEC
PET?. TAIIir, iu 1-1, 1
BLE SPAR VARNISH
uo i fin" conditio" all the time; it
jki rjr down. To kesp them up oa
icl such as SHERWIN-WILLIAMS
"I. which ve have in nt3. and gal
: iAINT, in (its. and gallons: COP-
"id 1-Eallon inns: anl DURA
'.r. rll aiu tans from 1-2 pint 1o gal.
The WHITE YAC.'.I UNtSH is a s-;ebl caint for
yachts and is usc.1 fo 'l fir.p work o". ths minlaml.
BRUSHES AND EVERYniINO ELSE HEEDED to
fix up your jacht to b had at
E. 0, HALL & SON, LT9
Cliiiiax of Basebali Season
In Ti'lungle Ltcgue
Is Reached Tomorrow
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JE.YELS AND KEIO TO DECIDE RIVALRY
I U to deride n niurh-mooled Tue3tlon.
i TIio Jap f.inj ceitalnly Mapped their
vlnsa nml c.lcd "Cawl" wlicu tho
! Ki'Io3 won 1'ielr hint kmuq wll'i tho
1 Jewels; they howled In nppicclatlon
cf llio Iiueo vlitorv over tli team
wliU li In considered tlic bcBt hoc anil
i which ca-iluiod (he Isenberg Cup.
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9 Yee Chan & Co.
Gornei' Hang and etiici tots.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A HEW LINE OF
B E. B S: 4o
ALL SIZES AND PRICES. Also BOYS' WOOLEN SUITS
in different ttyles. W a can fit a boy from 3 to 15 years old.
These suits are made o' a very splendid shape and pare
wool, as they are very low pricec.
Bed Spreads, Shc:ts, Pillow Cases, and a Fine Assort
ment of Ready-Made Mosquito Nets
Come to see our window displays.
Tiuuonow In llin su'ireino test of
l!i ii Bpnitlng spirit of Honolulu. Tliu
List p.iuno Iu which the Santa Cliira
loam will appear li lo lie played then.
I Ami Iho K-los will niiii'o something
Hike n fliinl bow to the audience.
I With opposition, at every minor
I league stand In Hie rlty, the liono-
liilu leaguers still expert to see the
blecehors inn) the grand stand lllleil
with n hi? crowd to sec these closing
games. Tho baseball that Is offereil
i la l!i mine which Ornw IninieiiHo
jcinwiti lit the opening of this season
) the bnnie with the exception of the
fact that tho practice which all tho
j teams have gotten throughout tho
schedule Hint has Jtirt boon played
off liriM iCKitllfil In better baseball mi
tho lime has gone on, anil the uliio'i
'lire noil In their highest form.
I There h no doubt, that small
. i'iouiIs 111 i otiuli tuino of (he laHt
iranuM Iiiimi discouraged the plajcrs
Mo Mimu etcut, and they hao not
I helped their cause by playing In a
, ionicwh.il kluw manner, even when
putting up an onoiless game.
Hut this la e special occasion Iu
ninily scnsei, and It la a supreme test
of the ablUtv of the Honolulu llase
Iiall League to put up u Biiappy and
attractive game, Just as It la n teat
of the royal i of the fana In support
ing tho game heie.
Tho bilnglng of these teams here
to piny ball was a big undertaking,
which was entered Into through a
sincere love of aport, and n desire to
t'co tho game flourish hern. There Is
nettling In It for the local teams,
which were playing for tho glory of
It onlv. Clean li.isch.ilt has been
plajcd, and the games bordered on
tho fionzted at the time when largo
ciowds nl 111 passed Into tho glfiltlids
cu the aflui noons when games weio
The Kelos I elm lied (his morning
on the Manna Ke.i fiom llllo. where
they were well iccelved mid played
umie close ball with tho teams there.
They n-e to be matched tomorrow
against their gie.it i lulls, tho .lew
els. This lb a 1 1 Hun match, which
'as hub min hut ww tm. 'w MjS v.J'
, w ,4lV. flK rt sit. tfV iS. V fts. frs, -!lt. tk.
seJtd Stoddard-Dayton Sca7ted
By tkc Hour or Trip
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a. C. BEOKIiEY, Jr.,
AT VON HAMM-YOUNQ GARAGE. PHOHE 200.
i Can t!iu trluni'ih be lopoated to
The piophet Is off his guess If a
(.nod cprluhlliig of rabid Japanese Is
not to bo fco'i el tho Hall Park to
morrow. Tho othor gatno Is between tho
Saints and the Santa Claras. Tho
fin tunes of St. Units have been bet
ter lately than for sumo time, and an
Improvement I- fo'in Is noticed
which may do wonders for them If
they stack up against the Clarans In
nice form in tho fliat Jump out of tho
box. In fact, It would do the crowd
good to sec these favorites of old
times take the vlsttois into camp,
and the biggest sensation of tho sea
son Is Just possible in connection
with thlu match.
This afternoon, the I'unnhous and
tho Santa cfarans aro playing at the
The Santa Clara boys leave thh
phuc on Wednesday by the Alameda,
for their happy homes. They will go
bail; to school In September, and
play no moii' baseball until next
Many of the bunch which Is hero
aro graduates, and mi wilt not be
again teen In the game for tho Clar
ans. :: s tt
Denver IM. .Martin disposed of Vic
Mael.aglen, tho highly touted Noith
westem heavyweight, in thro'
iminds recently si I Aberdeen, Wash.
Tho colored boxer outclassed the
.oiing giant at every anglo of tho
gauio and hooked him with a left on
tho point of the Jaw In the third,
which sent him down for tho count.
lkua Purely nml Archlo Knatia arc
i oping at Cheyenne today,
Cricket at Mnklkl this afternoon,
Alameda vs. II. C. C.
.Inimy Coffin. h Is making a H.ro.ig
bid lor 'a KcUliel-Toniiny Hums light
nn.l ii'coiitly cable I to Hirnuv Hey
r ihla lo no Ha 'lui, who l.i now in
Melbourne training Tor hi.s liilr.l "IiK
tie" with Hill l'(ulren, and nnd Hit his
content 'tho claimant uf the heavy
weight title teplloil titrcui;:i John
Wren, the "nniffl" lor "I.onnu"
Sn.nlie.1, that ho wouldn't think of
boxln:; Kt-tc'iel until no had runt
whipped Philadelphia Jack U'Uric:i.
This Is. nlnioEt iih bis n Jjki na tho
"iiujr chainplnn's" Pill: ahinit draw.ng
tho color lino tu tho c.ac in Jack
Johnson and his laughable S:ill,(i00
pniyo "chin music."
Joe O'Ccnor cays that It Is useless
for 11m us to talk ubnul Kelchel light-
. Ins tho (Junker City faker. "Iu tho
first place," said O'Connor, "no" ro-
j li'.otcr would care to liandlo tho match,
and, hecondly, Ketohel ln's won de
cisively from the sanio fightors lii.it
Tommy Hums could only secmo
draws with. I would think thU
Khould convluco tho Canadian that
Ketchel has n pretty good leputatlnu
as u lighter himself. I'urthermoio,
I wouldn't caro to have Ketchel box
O'llrleti, as tho public would be In
clined to look with suspicion upon It
and as Ketchel has always rought on
the leiel It wouldn't bo po'ley for
him lo light a Eelfconfesred faker."
Then- Is a i.niilhllllv that n ic-
tum match bitween the Honolulu
nod the Puunene tennis-players will
l.e bold In this cltv home time In the
near future. A prlvata communica
tion leeched In thU fit:' today from
William Seaibv, olio of the Maul ex
pel tu, states that lie will be In this
plate In about a month, and that ho
wanti to tall: hut plans for this re
As a matter of fact, the llrst prop
osition on t" subject comes from
It Is admitted In Mr. Searby's let
ter that in mmo respects tho local
men were playing at n disadvantage
on Maul for this cup, nnd that n
match plajed on the local courts
would not bo out of the wny of Jus
tlie. Thero Is little doubt that somo biff
tennis would bo welcomed hero as n
little Innovation In tho usual round
of sports. v
Attorneys for tho Pilncess do Sa
gau, who was Miss Anna tlotild, have
applied In her behalf for tho dividend
of n8.12 duo her as n stoekliobler of
tho llerkeley Athletic association of
New Yoik, tho affairs of which werti
voluntarily wound up ten years ami.
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The Weekly Edition of tha Evenlnn
Bulletin gives a complete luminary of
the news of the day.
Your chemist kccp3 freshly pr ipared bv P0TTIE a Remedy for the
Colic or Gripes, Congestion and Inflammation of BowjIe. Kidney
nnd Liver Complaints, Distemper, Influenza, Sere Throat, Dry Cough, ,
Strangles, and other Throat and Lunc Complaints.
Phcumatism, Shoulder Lameness, Hip and Stifle Lameness, Enlarg
ed and Strained Tendons, Riugboue, Sidcbonc, Spavins, Etc., Etc.
If you cannot procure them at your drug store, ring up
Pottie, Honolulu Tel. 1189
$ kski iiK tr I 1
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The following Extraordinary BARGAINS will be found for the asking:
Men's Light Weight Suits, worth Boys' Knee Pants 25c, 35c, 50c,
$10.00, S4.B5. 73c.
Men's Tiou3crs. 100 Stayles, Boys' School Suits $1.75, S2.00,
$1.75, $2.00, $3.00, to $0.50. D3.00, $4.00.
Men's Black Worsted Suits, worth Boys' Wash Suits 85c, S1.00,
$20.00, at 10.25. $1.25, $2.C0.
Men's Furnishing Goods
75c Shiit3, all sizes, at 35c.
S1.50 Shirts, all size3, at 75c.
Men's Balbriggan Drawers 25c,
Men's Balbriggan Under Shirts
$1.00 Undershi;t3, Sale Price 50c.
Men's Black Sox, worth 25c, 3
Boys' Caps, worth 50c, Sale Price
Men's Felt Hats, worth $2.00,
Sale Price $1.00.
Men's Straw Hats, worth $5.00,
Sale Price $2.50.
Men's Straw Hats, regular $2.00
Sale Price $1.00.
Men's Panama Hats, worth $20.00
I kerchief s, HALF-PRICE !
Dry Goods Department
50 pieces Printed Calico 25 Yards Heavy Flannelette Shirtings, 8VaC.
for $1.00. White Dress Muslins, worth 20c,
100 nieces New Ginghams 12 rt 10c.
Yards $1.00. i Bedspreads, worth $1.25, Sale
Extra wide Ginrhams 10c Yard. Price n5n.
20c value in Colored Lawns 10c, I Lace Curtains, Half Regular Value,
45c value in Dress Goods 25c. j Hcadv-Htulc Pillow Slip3 Sale
Madras Shiitir.gs, worth 40c, 25c- Price 4'w
Linen Towels, worth $2.50, at Hemmed Sheets, 90 s 90, Sale
$1.50 Dozen. Price $1.15.
Wc are closing out our entire stock of SEWING MACHINES and
giving Hi) th; business for all time. We have sold more machines the
past fi days than we had sold in a year.
THE PRICES ARE LESS THAN THEY CAN BE BOUGHT FOR AT
SEWING MACHINES, regular price $35.00--0L0SING OUT $15.00.
NEW DOMESTIC, Latest Improved, worth $45.00, Sale Price $21.00
The Beautiful, Light-Running STANDARD DROP HEAD, worth $70,
The Famous SINGLE-THREAD AUTOMATIC, worth $65.00, SALE
SSf We Respectfully Invite Your' Inspection of These Wonderful
05c Drawers Sale Price 35c.
75c Drawers Sale Price 45c.
.$1.25 Drawers Sale Price 75c.
$1.50 Drawers Sale Price 95c.
$2.50 Drawers Sale Price $1.25.
$1.00 Chemises Sale Price 75c.
$1.50 Chemises Sale Price 75c.
$1,75 Chemises Sale Price 95c.
$1.50 White Under Skirts 75c.
$2.00 White Under Skirts $1.00.
Corsets! Corsets!! Corsets !!1
THE ENTIRE STOCK TO BE CLOSED OUT LESS THAN COST.
$1.00 Corsets Sale Price 35c.
$1.25 Corsets Sale Price 50c.
$2.00 Corsets Sale Price $1.00.
$1.50 Corsets Sale Price 8jc
52.80 Corsets Sale Price $1.25.
$3.00 Corsets Sale Price $1.60.
Hosiery! Hosiery!! Hosiery !!!
Child's 20c Hose at 10c.
Child's 25c Hose at 350c.
Child's 35c Hose at 20c.
Child's 50c Hose at 3$1.00.
Women's 20c Hose 2 pairs 25c.
Women's 35c-Hose Sale Price 20c.
Women's 50c Hose Sale Price 35c.
Women's 75c Hose Sale Price 50c.
1200 Pieces Taffeta Ribbons, Half-Price
No. 5 Taffeta Ribbon 5o.
No. 7 Taffeta Ribbon 5c.
No. 9 Taffeta Ribbon 3 for 25c.
No. 12 Taffeta Ribbon 10c.
No. 16 Taffeta Ribbon 122c.
No. 22 Taffeta Ribbon 15c.
No. 40 Taffeta Ribbon 17lio.
.No. 60 Taffeta Ribbon 20c.
NEW FANCY RIBBONS SPECIAL SALE PRICE.... lOo to 75o YARD
ALL-OVER LACES Just Half Their Value 15c. 20c. 30c. 50c, $1.00,
$1.25, $2.00, $2.50 Yard.
RIBBED COTTON UNDER VESTS 50c Dozen, 225c, 3!50c; Grand Value.
LADIES' SILK BELTS 20c, worth 40c; 35o, worth 75oj and 50c, worth
IF GOODS ARE NOT SATISFACTORY YOUR MONEY WILL BE CHEERFULLY REFUNDED.
FOLLOW THE CROWD TO
L B. KERR & CO., LTD.
Honolulu Department Store
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