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EVENINQ DULLETIN, IIONOMJLU, T. II., FRIDAY. SEPT. 11, 1908.
Time to Get Ready
for your Foil anil Winter work nmonr vour poultry. Coma
in and look up the latest in the INCUBATOR and BROOD
We have had a groat year with CYPHERS goods and
they are better than ever for the coming season. Let us
send you a complete CYPHERS catalogue; it will interest
you, even if you are not needing any supplies at present.
CYPHERS F00D3 nnd REMEDIES are standard and
arc called for by many who will use nothing else.
CYPHERS INCUBATORS, BROODERS, POULTRY
FOODS and REMEDIES, and
OENERAL POULTRY SUPPLIES, at
E. 0, HALL &
Two Champion Cowboys
Back From Cheyenne
Tell of Great Contest
CROWDS FAVORED HAWAIIAN ROPERS
IE FUN'S FANCIES
A new line of B. V. D. underwear Ins just anived. These
garments are made of Nainsook at $1.00 a suit. Knee drawers
end sleeveless shirts.
We carry a big line of Shoes, Men's, Ladies' and Children's
Black nnd Tan. Vici. Calf and dun Metal. These are durable,
neat, and natty. All sizes anl widths. Prices $2.50, $3.50, and
We have on hand a splenlid and stylish line of clothing It
came directly from New York, and we sell at reasonable prices,
from $7.00 to $15.00 a suit. Pure woolen Roods. You can never
hive a suit of clothing like we can offer you for that price. Come
and see our immense stock.
! Yee Chan & Co. !
CORNER OF KINO and BETHEL STS. V
Cod Liver Oil
IT DOES THINGS QUICKLY.
BENSON, SMITH & CO., Lt
Hotel and .Fort ots.
Your chemist keeps freshly pr .'pared by POTTIE a Remedy for the
following complaints: .,,...
Colio or Gripes, Congestion and Inflammation of Bowels, Kidney
and Liver Complaints, Distemper, Influenza, Sore Throat, Dry Cough,
Strangles, and other Throat and Lunp Complaints.
Rheumatism, Shoulder Lameness, Hip and Stifle Lameness, Enlarge
ed and Strained Tendons, Ringbone, Sidebone, Spavins, Etc., Etc.
If you cannot procure them at your drug store, ring up
Pottle, Honolulu Tel. 1189
0YAL ANNEX CAFE
AL. THURLOW Proprietor; lata Chief Steward of the
Steaks, Chops, Lobsters, Oysters,
and Frogs' Legs
Cooked to a Turn and Served to the Queen's Taste.
A Royal Welcome Here. Cor. Nuuanu & Merchant.
Arcliln Kanun nnd Champion lkua
l'urcly, Hawaii's cliainilun ropcra, wliu
ruturiiCMl this morning from their trl
unii1is at Cheycnnu, icport cnthiislnat
Ically of llio pleasures of tlielr tilp,
mill tliu friendly disposition u( the
crowds who attended. Tlioru were
Boino iittcmptB nt partiality on tho
part of the management, hut tlieto
wore moro than offset by tho kindness
of tlm nioio disinterested people.
"Tho Wyoming cohoys can't com
paru with tho Island men In roping,"
said Archie Knnini this morning. "Our
Croat soincu of regret was thnt wo
could not hno imr horses Hovcrnl ilaye
before the show, so ns to net used to
them. As It wns, wo Kot them only a
few mlnntcH before tho show.
"Wo worn the i:rtat alt ruction tho
drawing card of tho occasion, all
Tho lioyn rcpoit that tho Cheyonno
peoplo don't speed their steers ns Is
done heie. The ulcer may stop on tho
Kii-foot line If It so desires, and bo
roped and tied light there. However,
It happened that the steers after which
the local men went were always on tho
lope, and going fai.l.
In fact, thcio was an evident wish
on tho part of tho management of tho
show that tho chau-,)loushlp this year
should not go outside of Cheyenne.
Tin timinrk wn liiMilil! "Tll(fu must
he good men. or they would not h.ivo
Itmtn until nil lhi wnv from HnwilH " I
' nml with tlilu (itilntnn In mtnil. tltttms
weie made about as hard for tho locals
as they could without being olt color.
A poor horbc was offeicd Atchlu Ka
ana, bit then, there was no troublo
about mounts. Tho best that could
lie hud were offered the boys by peo
ple In Cheyenne.
In fact, they had the .crowd with
them. "They icmcmbgred. that wo
had come thousands of miles to ho
with them, and they wanted to sco us
win." Is tho way Arctilo Kaana puts It.
They netted about S3po In prizes, as
moat 'of the purses went for the bronco
Heforo leaving, they were challenKod
to rope any number nf Btcors they
wanted for a side bet nf $400 nnd half
tho Kate receipts. They could liavo
made their own terms, but, as they
wcro anxious til get to San Krnnclsco,
they declined to take part In any more
However, Ebon Low stated this
morning that If ho had been there, ho
would have taken them up m fast bo
would havo made their heads swim
"I would not havo allowed them to tto
their ropes, and thoy would not havo
been In It at nil," ho said. "Tho boy:
of these Islands are away ahead of
them In this regard. I would have set
my own terms, thnt they should not
tlo their ropes to their saddlo horns,
nnd would havo won out, uuckln;
Archie nnd lkua against any of them.
This challenge cplsodu Is tho only
matter of regret in connection wttu tho
SANTA CLUMS HOME
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Sept. 2
Tho Santa Clara Collcgo baseball
team, champions of the Hawaiian Isl
ands, arrived homo yesterday aboard
the steamer Alameda after a most de
lightful trip from Honolulu, having
made a complete clean-up on the dia
mond during tho stay In tho Terri
tory. Tho collegians wero mot by a
Kpcelal committee from tho Olympic
Club, composed of John A. Kennedy
and Joseph R. Hlckcy, who welcomed
them home on behalf of the "winged
OO" club, whoso guests they will bo
at a dinner tho latter part of tho
week. Many of tho hoys left for
their homes yesterday, but will ic
tum to Suuta Clara Collcgo in time
for tho big gnmo with the Olympic
Club team Sept. 9 th.
The college team won many laur
els while in the Islands, nnnexlng tho
championship of the Honolulu
League from six teams In a series
of nine games, only one contest go
ing to a rival nine, tho Diamond
Head team, soon after their arrival.
In a post-season scries with tho St.
Louts College nine the Santa Clnia
team won two games out of three
before a ciowd averaging fjOOO peo
ple to each game.
Manager Harry McKcnzle, who dl
iccfcd the IntoiestA of the team while
away, said in reference to tho trip:
The people in Honolulu nro base
ball crazy, the leaguo this year being
tho most successful undertaking ever
attempted. It cost closo to $7000 to
finance the Journey of our team to
the Islands, and the Jnpancse nine,
which came all tho way from Toklo.
The boys wcro great favorites from
the start. HnHobull has n great fu
ture down there. Next summer It Is
planned to take both the St, Mary's
College and tho Santa Clara Collcgo
teams to Honolulu."
turtle boys nro enthusiastic over tho
hospitality extended by the people of
Honolulu, they having been guests
of the city officials, private families,
apd all oi ionizations. M. Shafer, the
catcher, has been u wauled the gold
medal offered by John Kennedy for
tho best hatting and fielding aver
ages during tho trip, his all-around
nvcrago being .023. J. Peters had
tho second best average, his figured
for the batting nlone being .310. J.
Iipiilu was third In tho batting,
with nn average of .308.
Cleon Kllbiirn pitched rcmarkablo
ball during the entire scries nnd "will
leave collcgo with a record of having
lost hut eight games In three years
for Santa Clara. Hut three of the
victorious nine, arlffln Kennedy. SI.
Slinfer;wlib'tiu been elected captain,
nno v. saiuerg, win return to col
lege for tho coming term, which nrnc
tlcafly, marks the disbanding of the
champions. Tho members of the
team ate: Harry Ilrodcrlck, Orimtli
ICcnnody, Cleon Kllburn, A. Shafer,
J. Peters, V. Salbcrg, J. I.annln. M.
Shafer, A. Fie'lne,' and Harry Mc-Keiizic,
a a n
President Roosevelt the other day
received at Sagamoro hill Ihu Ameri
can athletes who participated In tho
The proposition was made yester
day that the Diamond Heads and the
Pumihous should play olT the cham
pionship of the Honolulu Ilaseball
League Bcrles, and tho proposition
was shelved, though ticy have a long
lead In the games which have been
played. In view of the fact that
there Is to bo no second series play
ed, it seems fair that the leaders of
the first scries should fight It out for
the honors of tho season. Hut, no.
Saint Louts remains champion from
Inst year. It Is n good thing for tho
Saints but rough on the fellows who
have really been playing hall this
a a a
The Alameda brought both tho
rifle team nnd the Chcyenno ropers
home. She also brought McFadden
and Kellly to this town. Tho Ala
meda Is a great help to Honolulu
Bports, It would seem.
a a a
Young Nelson seems likely to ro
turu to the ring after all. Piobably
ho will be hern witli Kellly. It Is
cracked up by the fans who know n
good match. '
a a a
Local sports are taking a rest now.
They bcem to have been worked over
Jocal tennis players nro practicing
hard for the championship meet this
a a a
Whitney & Marsh
A prominent fan thinks that tho
Reach All-America ball sciibon ought
to be called qff.-nlso. Why? Tho
public may want some moro baseball'
by tho timo thnt bunch comes here.
a a a w ,
Joe Cohen has written to Alex.
Qreggalus asking that he send down
hero some good, lS-pottnd boy to go
in the ring with Charlie Kellly.
a a a
The Riverside Junior League opens
up operations Sunday next.
a a a
William F. Humphrey was ro-electcd
president of Olympic club with oppo
in Silks and Cravencttcs
HE label on a
Cluett shirt stands
for the best mate
rials, the most careful
workmanship, the most
accurate patterns, color
fast fabrics and that ex
clusive control of the
patterns which means so
much to the man who
strives to escape the
ordinary in his attire.
$1.50 and more. ,
CLUETT, PKABODY tc COMPANY. Troy, N.Y.
llakcrs of Anew Collars j
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
It fi t' .
BEST MEALS IN TOWN AT
Convenient for Orphcum Attendants,
1st Door Waikiki of Central Fire Stn.
KEEP MILK COLD
Warm mill: breeds bacteria. Notice that NEW DOUBLE TOP on our
milk wagons. Simnle, isn't it? Yet it's very effective. It's one of the
ideas we are constantly studying to insure our customers wholesome milk.
Tel. 890 The Fond Dairy
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
Remnants ! Remnants ! !
And Odd Lines accumulated from our Big Sale
THE Large Business of our, Clean-Up Sale has resulted in Hundreds
of Remnants and Oddments in every department. These have
been gotten together and marked desperately cheap and will be
On Monday Next
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands, I
Cor. PORT and KING Sts.. Honolulu.
Remnants Dress Goods, Remnants Sheetings,
Remnants Shirtings, Remnants Gingham, Remnants
Muslins, Remnauts Calico, Remnants Cretonnes, Rem
nants Silks, Remnants Ribbons, Remnants Laces,
.Remnants Embroideries, Odd Hats, Odd Shirts, Odd
Neckwear, Odd Lines Boys' Pants.
SPECIAL Remnant Suitings, best qual
ity English and American Cloths, some in Men's Suit
Lengths, some in Boy3' Suit Lengths; others in
Pant Lengths, at Big MONEY-SAVING PRICES. If
preferred, we can make these up at Special Rates
in our TAILORING DEPARTMENT.
Also, on MONDAY, we will show, EX ALAMEDA,
1000 Pairs Men's Pants
every size, and a grand variety, bou-ht at a Big Discount. The prices will be $1.50, $1.75, $2.25, $3.00, $3.50, $4.50. , Worth
Double What We Ask. It will pay you to visit this REMNANT SALE. , ' '
L. B. Kerr & Go., Ltd.,
HONOLULU'S DEPARTMENT STORE.
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