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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., THURSDAY, NOV. C, 1908.
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The COUGH MIXIURE in drinking water and bran
WORMS. This is the time of the year these begin
their deadly work. A course of our WORM POWDERS in
the feed, and the BLOOD TONIC in the drinking water
will brighten jour horse utif kill tin WORMS, and prevent
attacks of complaints which begin with worms.
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ThoVye'ekly Edition or tho Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
HIM I h OUT SPEEDY MEN
"i:ery ImscuMI plar that cvcr V'Thcro are (oino wonderful base
lived luiH some sort of hobby or su- ball'xperts uu .tl Stockton," remark
pcrstltlon," "ny Willie Keelor. "I cd a player who took part In n con
tunc one supet .tltlon thnt Is Billy, test there recently. "1 will tell you
but I can't overcome It. It Is this: what I saw there tho other day.
I ulwn like to hae tho umpire's There was rfiunner on first and llnc
broom on the illlht sldo of tho plats kctt tried to catch him napping. Tub
when 1 go to tut. The umpires like suddenly cut loose tho ball, but
to lme It on the left side, and after Chase was jihIpo:. The ball rolled
dusting oft the plate they Invariably Into tho otQ-ll nnd tho runner
hurl It to the left. I always hoist It went to second. Shcldom does Chase
over to the rlgnt wben I step up to go to sleep In u gntnc, but lib was
"You sec. 1 Pin a left-hand batter
and 1 hate to have that broom star- a dummy play. How do you suppose
Ing me In the fiicc when I'm trying nn expert excurcd this ono? Why,
to Bohc the pitcher's delivery. ho charged It up to tho rlght-flcldcr.
"I never did take kindly to brooms He claimed thpt Hie Stockton club
anyway. Whan 1 was quite a kid I, was trying to pul! off a trick play,
used to have a burly neercss for a jbut the rlght-.lolder failed to get the
nurse and she jscd to scaro mn halt signal. Tho trlfk play was for tho
to death by tluentenlng to sweep me catchcr-to make a bluff to throw tho
off the earth if I didn't behave my- .ball to, first, but throw It would Into
self. Then she lined -to tell mo about jrlght. Then, when tho base-runner
a 'passcl o' witches' that rode about on first started for second, the rlght-
this time all rl?ht. Chase Is such a
r Btar nt Stockton that ho can't make
on dark nights on brooms, nnd I
guess these 'hlngs prejudiced me
against brooms. Funny, Isn't it?"
S. V. llulletln.
8 a a
JACK GRACE IS NOW
REAL LIVE MANAGER
Jack Grace, tnc Jocular trainer of
boxers, who handled Ilattllnc Nel
son and Owen Moran for their re
rcccnt Ilght3, U now managing Kid
Dalton, nnd tho globe trotter writes
In an amusing strain regarding the
coming bout nt Marjsvlllc. His pen
scribbled tho following lines:
"I'vo been lu Chlco for a few days,
as 1 have KldDalton under my wing,
lie meets Clifford on the 8th at
Mnnsville and you enn bet there
will be some terrific Infighting on
that night. If Dalton wins, us I
expect lie will, 1 shall take him over
lo Kngland to fight the, winner of
that, tcrrlblo buttle between ono
James llrttt and one Johnnie Sum
mers. Ah jou know, the thousands of
IKnimls that they cable over as re
fielder, was to be on deck nnd throw
him out. What do you think about
that for a trick play?" S. K. llulle
CURTIS BERNARD TO
STOP PLAYING BALL
Curtis Ilernird Is playing Ills final
gnmes ot baseball this month, and
tho end of tho season, on Novem
ber 2, will find him out of baseball
for good, according to his own story.
Ho is now a real doctor, and this
winter will doote his time to his
profession, declaring Unit ho desires
to be ready to make a living at' some
thing else than baseball before his
playing days arc oTcr. The Coast
fans, will be genuinely sorry to loso
this bird, for he Is not only a slush
ing good player In nny position 'he
has been tried, but a gentleman that
any one Is proud to know.
FAST PLAYERS FOR
The California Winter League li
secured a Inrgo number of fast ball
9 1 EBH
"Tho kind your grand
Admittedly best for gen
lletter now than ever."
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.
ARBOR DAY PROCLAMATION
In accordance with custom, I here
by designate Friday, tho 13th day of
November, 1908, as AIUIOU DAY for
the Territory ait Hawaii, and recom
mend that on that day appropriate
exercises be held in all schools of the
Territory and that a part of the day
be devoted to the planting ot trees
(liven under my hand and the
Great Seal of the Territory of
Hawaii at the Capitol In Hono
lulu this 3id day of November,
A. D. 1908.
W. F. FUBAR,
Governor of Hawaii,
ily tho Governor:
K. A. MOTT-SMITH,
Secretnry of Hnwall.
eclving IS generally eomo tnousanu ...lovers for the romlne Benson, nml. If f!nr KJn A Al.V..
know that place , nPO01, i,ln.i,n,m. i ...,i.ri.i a i
. I..- .... 1 I i""n - v.. J
of shillings, ns
PACIFIC COAST ,E M B A 1 M H A8PECIA1TY
Winter League haHr v ,. , ,.
thoroughly for the last twelve years. lg00, gameH wm he Irfyed In
General admission at Wonderlnnd Is city all "winter. Vlayers have
one shilling tin. Well, I have 1o,.,,,;h frnm nrit nil ih.
lighters and a bull dog on my staff .jenguea in the country, and hovcral
and all 1 need now Is a champion iVai6rti ln the American and National
in uecoine a rem live munuger. wuu .cacuc3 have expressed their Inten
euil siuiiu ill 111,111 ui u umuci niiu
a bobtail coat on and grab the change
of the people who want to seo the
champ box." S. F. llulletln.
FARMER IS NOT
ALONE TO BLAME
.vim ilrnvn n. Pltirre-
R. MIYATA & CO..
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, PAIN.
TERS, PAPER HANGERS and
' MASON WORKERS.
Second Hand Lumber, Doors and
tlon of coming to the Coast for tho Hashes Bought and Sold,
winter, nftfr the eastern season KING ST., PAXAMA JUNCTION
closes. L. -A. Times. " Phone 594.
Our Sodas 30c per doz.
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS,
NUUANU AND MERCHANT
Teddy Day, who Urovo a Fierce
Arrow to victory In the last Gild
den tour, has tho following to say
concerning the feelings of the farm
er against the nutoist: "Almost
dally we hear complaints from nu
tomobllo drlverj that farmers take
a delight in giving the wrong di
rections as to toads 'and distances.
While this may be true and the di
rector Is in tho wrong In doing so,
wo must not always consider him
"Too often Indeed the autolst takes
a delight In milking trouble of one
kind or another for tho farmer. This
la not true of all automobillsts by
any means, but It is true of some.
These nre the men thnt aro really
to blame for tno troubles of their
"If nil drivers would Just stop a
moment and think they would realize
that other U3crs of the highway have
as much right to decent treatment
as they have. It Is not n hard thing
to act tho part of a gentleman when
dealing with the residents of, the
rural sections nnd a little more cour
tesy at such Mines will do much to
overcome tho piesent animosity
"which Is shown townrd automobillsts
In general. '
TOO MANY MANAGERS
HAVE HAND AT GAME
Iloth Sam l.angford and Jim Flynn
seem to be blabbed with plenty of
manage! s. "Shotlyl Adams Is the
latest to hob un is the chief adviser
of the Pueblo fireman, while the
Uostou negro lias two active wire
pullers In Joe Woodman and Eddie
Keevln. Tim McGrath and Franklo
McDonald were acting for Flynn
when Adams came through with a
proposition to pit Flynn against
Longford. It is keeping the promo
te! b busy trying to figure out who Is
who and what !s what In the pugilis
tic tanglo. S. F. Uullotlu.
It It It
A. A. Stagg of tho University uf ;
Chicago has taken a radical s.tep in
lelegatiug his heaviest men to the I
side lines and placing two pl.lyeu!
weighing icspectively 1C3 and lti5
pounds, at guaids. It Is said, how
ever, that tho ohl-Ynlo man is keep
ing his heavyweights in good condi
"Hurry Up" Yost's Michigan team
wns scored ngnlnst in its opening
game nfter losing the hall on a nunl
ed kick on Its one-yaid lino.
nTVTR.A.R. GURREY,Jr., begs
i-T4 to announce that he has
assumed the active management
of the new firm of
Gurrey & Co., Ltd.,
"The Photo and Art Shop"
Successors to Hawaii Photo & Art Co.
Every steamer is bringing new
goods of high artistic merit and
patrons arc assured that the
Photographic, Art and Framing
Departments will be conducted
on the basis of good taste, good
value and prompt service.
GURREY & CO., LTD.,
93M3 I?"rt Street - Phone 52
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
On Monday Next, Nov. 2,
WE WILL BEGIN A GREAT
FANCIES and PLAIN, in SINGLE DRESS PATTERNS and
BY THE YARD.
This will be a peat vopportunitr .for FANCYW0RK
and PRESENTS for the near-by HOLIDAYS.
Amongst others we will offer:
JAP SILKS, 20 inshet wide, in Black and Red only,
at 25c yard.
KIMONO and CUSHION SILKS, 30 inches wide, RE
DUCED FROM 75c to 55c yard.
GUARANTEED PLAIN TAFFETAS, $1.00 quality, RE
DUCED to 75c yard.
CHIFFON DRESS PATTERNS no duplicates RE
DUCED from $15.00 to $10.00 PATTERN.
REMNANTS, for fancy work, etc. All silks guaran
. teed or money refunded.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256
Bulletin Editoiial Boom Phone 183. 1
By Hour or Trip.
6. C. Beokley, Jr.
Pongee Shirt Waists
Patterns and Suits
Come and Get Fmt Choice. SELLING FAST.
Yee Chan & Co.,
IF YOU WANT TO KNOW WHERE TO VOTE, GO TO THE
Women's and Children's
Cir AAA Stock of numbers we are not
pitJ,UUU repeating and odd lines.
To be closed out regardless of cost
Amongst many other lines will be found
about, 1000 pairs of the famous '
A sample pair il every
number we are offering
will be found on tables
in the Shoe Depart
ment. Never before
haa such a chance been
offered to save money
Don't Fail to Visit
the Shoe Sale
At the same time step into the other departments and
inspect out fine new stook. SALE NOW ON.
Sale Now On ,
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.,
HONOLULU DEPARTMENT STORE.
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