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EVKNINO 1HJM.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., FIUDAY, FRU. 19, 1909.
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Tlic meeting of tlio Y M. C A.
held Inst night ilcclilcil that there
would lie no field BportH this year.
On the llth of June, the nnnlvcrsnry
of KHinchnmohn's hlrthdny, n long
distance road race will lie run off.
Doctor Hand suggested the Mara
thon race and the Iden mot with in
Riant ucccptancc. Kverone eagerly
took up the suggestion, and the event
will tnkc the plncc'of the regular
i field sports, The Alexander Held is
'open to the public, unu gaic money
Icnnnot he charged. The Hoys' Field
U In mich n had condition that now
sports are out of the question there.
Jnmcs Nott, John D. Cockburn, and
O. II Ingalls were appointed n com
mittee to fix n course, and report at
the next general meeting. I
It wns suggested fiat the rnco ho
stalled at Kaplolanl I'ark, the first
mile to he run there, and thcvcnsulng
twenty or so miles to he done on tho
roads, the ccnt flnnlly finishing at
tho Park whero It started.
The Y M. C. A. will hold a few
tinner chnsos In the near future, and
ns this form of Rport Is one of tho
cry heat for fitting n man Tor long
distance running, no doubt a numhor
tho Itnlclwn Marathon runners
Secretaries or other author-
Izod representatives of clubs
are asked ta sond In a list of
event, scheduled by them, that
they may be Included In tho
program. Address nil coramu-
nlcntlons to tho Sporting Kill-
tor, Kvonlng llulletln.
Feb. 21: Chinese Minors C
and II teams.
Feb. 22: O. 8. A. vs. C. A. C.
.Feb. 22: Novelty.
Tcb. 27: Y
M. O. A. track
Feb. 27: Smith vs. llcllly.
Mar. 14: Halclwa Ilnce.
Tho Pununiiu tccond soccer team
will today try conclusions with the
Alllolnnl A tenm. Last Wednesday
theso two teams nict tho I'unahotiH
winning with a score of 1 to 0. It
wns n very closo game and well play
ed by both sides.
Tho Alllolanis hnve not sufficient
plnycrs to form two teams, so have
to draft a few of their first team into
The match this nftcrnoon will ho
played on tho Alllolnnl campus, start
Ing nt hnlf-past 3 o'clock. Tho game.
Judging from the other closo mutch,
should be an Interesting" struggle to
wntch. Of course tho lnlerjcholnstlc
series are all pau, but still great In
tel est is being shown In tho second
u a u
t: jj n
will avail themselves of the chance interrupted by tho heavy rain
to follow the "hares." ) Lincoln's birthday, will bo resi
Tim Novelty tournament a, tho
Tho Intcrclass baseball gnmc be
tween tho St. Louis Sophs-Frcshles
and Senior-Junior teams, which was
The previous gnme had gone four
innings when tho rain stopped tho
play, and tho younger players were
then four runs ahead.
Drclor will pitch for tho Sophs,
whilst K8plnda will perfurm for tho
K.onlors. Much Interest Is being
shown, nmnngst tho scholars and tho
enmn this nftprnonn should tin n flnc
example of rooting. Tho gnmo will
E. Herri ok Brown Win. C. Lyon
Brown te Lyon Co.
Tickets now on sale at Bcir
strora's Music Store.
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE
Thp Country Club will keep open
Country Club on the 22d will with- "ou"10 """ -" '. "''? example of rooting. Tho
outTubi 'attract lot of attention. ? " '""'..SK ." at 1:30 p. m. sharp.
. .i If.ullt linn lirnn ilinwn TlV "" '-" - "":
l"'"" ""'., " "mi" . "i .hi, ook ng the r best now, and a trip
golfers us to tho conditions of tho - . ' .
CACM. vl.llnr '
Tho committer yesterday decided ,'" "' ..-.,-.. ... .
.. . ,i ..-i ...... nil nni.nv un aioiuiii) iliicriiuou u kitho uuiu-
thai ii club in tcli ; against Col, ..1 ogcy decorated motor cars will run
ii-niiiii n i if mi mi inn inn inr iiiivirut. ... ...... j ..
i.l . ..! n Thlfl Hiiiiiiim..
iioie. mailing '" "" , A 'bus lll meet every electric car
ihould prove 'J""""""6";! from town and should bo well patro
nn.l most of the golfer- will turn nM(1 cn u flno 0nj.( Jho J,roW(,
""i'.unch will -bo serve,! at noon nnd "'J'10 ,tak bo n "cord-breaklng
no iiutibt mnny iikmuImth, other than , c'
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNQ BLOC 170-180 KINO p-flEET.
that a e nn ma "K " ,Zl.v f decorated motor cars will i
would about n II tl o bll for nmelt). id , oyo mi
Vor this prcaMnn one stroke, will be C h M b y
lidded to tho 'Colonols' score nt i-acli nnmnfo,i
golf players will go out for lunch after
the I'arade Is over.
Tim iioolly match should bucomo nn i
annual nff.ilr, uicl bids fair to Do vc.ry
tt tt tt
n n n
SPOUTS BY THE
.... .ja-,-. l C I "Dooncy" llartman of Congrcsslon
OlUUCIIla allU V nl fnmn-r-overjono knows the yam
AC. Play On
8 P. M.
Under the Auspices of the
KIL0HANA ART LEAGUE
i Tickets, SI and 75c; 25c for students
Eox plan now open at Bergstroms
i Wonderful Motion Pictures bring.
' jnjr to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two phances eaoh week.
Monday and Thursday
Dolly, the Circus Rider; Don Juan;
Circumstantial Evidence: When Ca
sey Joined the Lodge; A Family of!
Cats; The Lady Hamster; The Ara
bian Dagger; The Weird Symphony,
FORT ST. ropp CONVENT.
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
of Dooimv. MandlnK nil tho edeo of
ithn crater of llalenkala, at the' tlmo
of the Congress party's visit to Maul,
and exclaiming, "Vhon we behold
.this awful abscess" Is In town onco
Tho baseball m'atch between tho Dooney seems ns chirpy as ever af-
Btudcntn' Alliance and I lie C. A. C tcr ,hliCvulghtfun months' bojourn on
to ho played on Washington's Willi- tho Island of Kauai. 'lloonoy wns
day is creating quite a largo amount born and reared way back In Art-
of talk In tho Itlvcisldo section of tho zona on u ranch. What ha does not
city Tho gnmo takes placo at Z p. m. know nbout tuhorso or horso raco Is
Chi 1 u s canta In or tno Alliance not worm nrcntioning. it appears
team and ho seems to think tils team that Dooney In his travels had ac-
lias a hunch on tho game, quired a horso at least the rornior
ICn Sang Knu, tho captain of t:ic owner, a natlte, swore It whs not a
C. A. C.'s. Is Just ns certain that ins cow for n very moderate sum. to
boys can put It all over tho Student i. quote Hartman: "lie looked more
fast and Interesting gnmn snouiu iiko a camel man jinyining oise; no
lm the result of all this "before talk' had a humn In tho middle of his back
and a big crowd of supportora of both that looked Ilka Diamond Head!"
teams will bo surely on nnnu lo ciicei as Dooney one nay was jogging
their favorites on to victory. along townrd Maknwell, a Jap oh a
tt H a line-looking pony happened along.
NEWS NOTE8 FROM THE ' "Hello, llossl You this tlmo Mn-
KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOLS kawell go?" "Sure," replied Doon
. oy. "You iiko raco?" enquired the
Tl, K.iiiii..nmi.ha. hovs will start In Mlkado'a subject. "You're on!"
Tho K uiiehnmeha bojB ""'" Jo,nod Hartman. never dreaming that
training In about n week for the track ' he cnuicl couI(, Kot oul of wnlk
nifct which will be hold lato In March. ..Two ,milar mo lick you." whs tho
frank Mackenzie expects to hrcuk npxt Fiute from tho little brown
thu Island record for broad Jump this brother. The dlstanco to M.ikawell
year, There aro many "dark horses" war about ono mile,
nt tho fchuol now. "What sort of a start," snorted
Thu guns for tho Kamnhaniehn ca Dooney when relating the story aft-
ImIh m iliu. about tho first week of orwnjal. "Why. the Jap went off
.Ms aro dm. about tno nrst wcck o r (n iQ0 mwU (,u8t
March. Tho boys aro now taking up ,' ', . st , t ,ha ,,,
guard drill. Idromcdary going, and, Say! didn't
.wo ovorhaul thnt hlanky Jap!!"
NEW THEATER TO BE i)oouy headed tho Jap nt the Ma-
AN UP-TO-DATE. Unwell stables and passed the plantn-
ition offlcc two lengths to tho good.
Tlw i nnw ibPiitnr which Is to bo bnllt "V chl! you hore number ono
iou son.' now
Kollowlng Is thu program rcmloicd
at St. I.ouls Collego today In colubra.
tloti of Wnrhlugton's lilrthdny:
1. March American Alrs.l'rcndlvlllu
8. h. C. Hand.
2. Washington Acrostic uud Song
s. r. s. No. i
3. Our Country )
Mount Vernon ) . . . . S. R S. No. 3
Our Hag )
i. Overture King Myilns,.KIIcnbcrg
8. U C. Orchestra.
5. March Onward Chorus and Or
6. Tho Ilrldgo Is Down..S. V. 8. No. 2
7. Dying In tho harness.. 8. F, 8, No. 1
8. Waltx Over the Waves ....Rosas
8. I,. C. Hand.
9. Violin Solo Hall Columbia. Ilarils
Clydo Baldwin. -
10. A Tribute to Our Flag.. 11 Primary
11, Washington 1 Primary
12. Mazurka Birds of Uive, ..Anchor
8. I.. C. Orchestra.
13. Duo Hawaiian Melodies,. Francis
Flute. Fr. Corrcla.
Violin. .1. Neal.
11. What Wo learned About Wash
ington. Crossing the Dclnwaro
IS, Washington's lilrthdny.. I liitennoi
in. Playing Klni( Monologua .....
17. Firemen II Oram.
18. March Quick Service Adlcr
19. Orchestra and Chorus Medley.
20. Tho Musical Director
"Col" flrass 1). Mossmnn
Job Tonson ..w I. Until
lien Iloomcr J. Xnvicr
Peter Dink T. Qockett
Jehu Mason I,. Fernandez
Mr. Penrco F. Maikham
Servant I,, Chasn
21. Qulckstop-rlled Hover I)ecr
S. I.. C. Hand. '
22. Star Spangled niinncr
S. I.. C. Hand.
"O flag of tho bright stars anil strliios,
O ling of tho red, white' and bluo,
We nil look upon you with love.
And pray to" bo pure, hrao and
LORD WILL 00 TO
CUBA ON BUSINESS
New Lot; of
Dining Room Sets
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185 editorial rooms 250 busi
ness' office. These are the telephone
numbers of tho Rullelln olllfo
on lh site of tho old F.mplro. will he 0,."0; M" '!u- ?
... j.. ., ,., i ih.1 i. much? " laughod the Jap
a,. ,. .,uU ,.u...h. .-... "-" ..Not or Balc,.. Bftl(, Doonoy. "I
bon, lm Is nt tho hmid of tho venture ice(, hm (or.. b(t tht.g noUl0r
Feems very saugiilno ubnut tho mat- gtory,
tor nnd will ns soon as posslblo glvo . ' tt tt tt
out all tho dotaUs of tho building, etc. An occasional Inspection of tho
According to tho letter received
hero by Frank Thompson, IJ. J, Uird
will go to Cuba, before returning lo
Hawaii nel. Lord, some tlmo ago,
went to Washington and thero sub
mitted bids for, tho construction of
Pearl Harbor docks. He, however,
did not get the Pearl Harbor con-
it i I.. i hn,,.,i thnt tho. thester i........... a u ...... .., ' w wrote to nis wuo to come to
w. be nmshed boforo the end of tin, "iii7.VbMh.'wi 3re"wh.,;f ZZZX Z
5 ear. Another flrst-chiss theater add- ol tt Bet of uaIB w,cn n)I,car slight- in attending tho inaugural ball of
en hi iiunoiiiiiiH present jiiumiiur, win y worn tt i,rok0n ball and a damaged the now President,
IiiutiT ii Kruni Ulirm-liuii, mm oii"""l rnco mny J,0 obviated.
bo well patronized from tho btart. I
Doubtlobs companies from tho coaBt .,..,. ,. ,,.. ,,.,. ,,
., . .i . I xiinu wiii otwi uiihiuhidi hum
w i nmKo pro onset 1 stnya tneio Hiien , , ,,,, 1lA ...i, . v, vnb I T
tho new theater opens, and the site "ft; ' ,,11 ''' 1 rri.n. .,.J T,,e 0oka,a 8uear Company will
bolng snch a central one. large an- '' '""j t'i,,",rl"B' "," n.B,l .' '" ,,,,! ",fl."",'ua.1 meeting on Saturday
ullenccs should bo tho rulo every even. . .... .. "... ..i jum ...c iu uccmo niiaiiy ior- me luiure luan.
euccs snouiu no tno ruio oory etn- M) unt, nfUr the gprlnB vacaton Tno most lln)0rnt question. which
b" hut will romp In his own garden ; likely to come up for dlscussi.ou
I .. . .. . 'when thn umiilr., entu "nli imll." will be1 "Is It advisable to closo tho
' veteran nctur uenmaii iiidiuiisnii
WILL, SETTLE FATE
OF 00KALA SATURDAY
Dlank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tho llulletln
2JUT" PULLCTIN AD8PAV 4J(
dying nt bin Nuw Hnmpshlre home.
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
plantation or not.'
Simon P. nillls, the Now Yoik
Athletic club's galnt weight man,
has nut In nn application for n Job
jon the pollco department. Unless ho
I withdraws at the last moment ho
may soon ho pounding the pavement
along with Mnrlln Sheridan, John
riauncnii mid Jack Ml lor, '
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of OUR TAILORING;
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well known in this city, havinp; been
for n liumbjr of years cutter for S.
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Wc have also added to oJr Tailor-
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the mainland. i
Wo aro showing some Very Elc-
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