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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. IT., THURSDAY, 'APniL 1 ,1009.
A kcc:i pbnsuic
and n great c:ni
A wonderful conv i -co for the mother with a nursing
ch.lil. Warm inilk at r.U no,m of day or night.
It differs from ot t lottlts in that it has a PATENT
SPRINQ CORK which itays in place and absolutely guards
against spillinc of contents, no matter in what position the
bottle is carried. ,
It has a drinkinR cud with a smooth, polished, surface
both inside and outside; has no unsanitary screw tlucads,
and can be kept scrupulously clean, and the drinkinR cup
serves also a; a cap for this bottle.
We have the lot (In in ths quart and pint sizes and
the ciscs for one or t.vo bottles.
Thi EVER-READY CARRYING CASE is Strong and
Before bavins nn 1'iiul of n bottle be sun and exam
ine the EVER READY
h n a n u rt n rs rv i i n
ffayes May Be
Tho Murntliuu cntirre nt the ball
grounds ling been Btn oj oil nnd found
Id lie JiihI 4 10 Minis nruunil. TIiIm
pans out at four laps to the mllo and ' tor, Uvenlue Hulletln
Secretaries or othor author
ized representatives of clubs
lire asKed ti) send In a list ot
events, scheduled by them, that
they may he Included In the
program. Address all commu
nications to the Sporting Kill-
LU.HALI& SUN, L8U.
has no more chance o." Retting into our safes and vaults
and playiuc havoc with the contents Hutu the burglar has
and his chance is NIL.
Hall's Safes and
sic superior to all others. Call and sec them at
HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Is a very suitable hIzc for a tiaekrj
One liu mlied and five laps will Jut'
about have to ho run to cover the
ml Marathon dlatnucc Arrange-1'
ineiil) will hu perfect for the toni-
, fort of competitors mid spectator:)
I alike It Is t'lpo.'ted thai nt least
twenty men will Rtnit In the ince,
mid (lull number would he iiille iuf-
I,i lent In causu cxdtcmeul to run
high Jackson liaH fltiully decided to
! enter for the go-as-uu-ple.i!cf and
i'lnay he depended upon to put up u
Brc.it run. Paddy Wnlsh will mart
If he get his elastic bandage fimn
the Coast In time; the veterpn Is
tioiihled with varicose veins In liH
legs, mid nfter the way ha Buffered
In the Italciwn inco does not care to
cluuiCH another breakdown by run
ning without bandages.
(Julto number of new men nie
in Uatulng for the Inng-dlstniicc
event and innyhe It will bo from their
lauks that the winner will cumc.Stlll
.larkmn, Cormnn, Cockburn, KtiliiH
& Co. will tiiku a lot of beating, and
if asked lo pick one man an a likely
winner on the lSth, the writer would
i feel Inclined to name Cockburn, If lit)
' The ciowd should ltd n rpi-ir.1 nun
mid no doubt all Hawaii and his
wife will be present to cheer the lads
en to lctory or, at any rate, glory.
Thee Is mime talk of getting ono of
i!.e Mar M.untlion men down from
the mainland. Wh.it tort or a boost
would It give Hawaii if we could get
Hair mid Dornndo down to compete
In a nice' The l'.u inline of the Pn
illlc would then. through the sport
ing papers of the world, bceoiuo
known every whcie. Lot us Iioj-b
that this lino Idci be taken up by the
men who inn the boomltiK campaign,
as It icitnlnly would advertltc the
Teirltory In n way that ordinary pio
niotlon work never can.
n u a
Apr. 18: I.engue (1 rounds.
Apr. 2fi: Team.
Apr. 4: Wnlnlua vs. Wnla
nnc. Apr. 4: lhva vs. Alea.
Great Game Of
On Saturday last the Wufalna and
Hauula school girls played a game ot
basketball which resulted In a win
for the demure damsels who hall
from tho "Whitewash" district. The
game was closely (.untested, ns the
score of 10 to 1) shows, mid a large
ciowd of people attended the mutch.
Ilnsl.ctbull has rertalnly caught on
In tho country districts, and ull tho
schools are booming the game. It
is an Ideal game for both girls and
1)0)8, and the exercise taken is ot
great value to the students. At tho
match on Saturday, excitement ran
IiIrIi at one stage of the game when
the scores were even. It wns Just a
toss-up ns to which team would win.
,nnd the fair girlies were frantic In,
their efforts1 to score.
Afternoon tea was dispensed by
the committee mid wns much appre
ciated by the thirsty players. Win
ners and lowers combined to have a
good time, and they sure got It. The
following wcie the officials: Um
pfrc, James Awal; referee, Miss U.
Kawnlnul; scorer, Mrs. Ilcse Alan;
timekeeper," Charles Al; linemen,
.Misses Smith, Nicholson, Johnson,
and Mrs. Lulu Smith. Another game
will bo played between the same
teams In tho near future, and tho
vanquished 'ones are determined to
turn the tables at tho next meeting.
:t n n
Tho Marathon dinner given by
Jack Scully, In an effort to part with
the credit balance left over mid above
the expenses of tho Halelwa event,
WQH n llllire Rllrrpaa Tun frnnufo snl
I llnWIl tn tlin linilllllfllltt itnpnrnli .1
table at tho Youilg Hotel, and from
8 o'clock on till Ur, tho fun wns fast
mid furious. Speeches wcro In or
der, and Senators Chllllngworth and
Mooro were stnr performers, Mr.
Illnnchard also said a few words wild
icfercncc to sport, tlean sport. His
remarks were lo the point, and clear.
ly showed how he, as an Instructor
of the jouth or tho Inlands, wns tak
ing the gieutest Interest In athletics.
In response to the toast of the
evening, "Our Host," Mr. Scully mndo
a few wcll-choscn remarks. Ho said
that he was, and always would he,
willing to boost sport along, and that
he felt sure that, given a fine day,
tho Marathon at tho ball grounds
would be a great success.
Will Prestldge, who was also pres
ent, mado a short speech and told
the story of tho first Marathon.
Messrs. Den'sliam and Ares also
had u few words to say about sport
In general, and In response to the
toast of "The Press," the two writ
ers spoko nt length. The dinner was
most enjoyable and the greatest en
thusiasm was shown when sport of
any kind wns mentioned and thnt
was nearly nil the time.
SPECIAL SALE OF
llnseball seems to bo booming all
ocr the Isluud outside of tho city
liopcr. Tho plantation league Is In
lull swing and tho I.cllehtia boys arc
also putting up records on tho dia
mond. Still no nctho movements mo
to he observed In the big luaguo at
rails Senator Chllllngworth, speak
ing at tho Mniathon dinner last eou
Inn, asxmcil tho piess tepresentatlvos
that he, foi ono. would never allow tho
t.ailoiul g.iuio to peter out, and that
.illhouxli tho big guinea me a little I
In beginning this ii'. stcpi
taken to boost the game
DOTS AND DASHES FROM
THE REALM OF SPORT
HOPPK llKATS'PKTKItSON St.
I-outs, March 23. Willie Iloppe de
feated Charles Peterson In tho third
block ot their 1S.2 billiard match
hero today by a score of 400 to 192.
CUTLElt UKATS CLINE New
York, March 23. A. (J. Cutler (it
lloston and Harry P. Cline of Phila
delphia played tho second game of
tho Intel national championship 18.2
balkllno tournament in the after-
O , lmr
I would bo
0 i along
In the House of Representatives
this morning tho Health and Pollro
Committee recommended the pas
sage of Senator Harvey's Senate Hill
114, relating to Leper Settlement
and hospitals; Senator llriiwn's Sen
ate uiii nv, to provide tor tho sunl
tary regulation of dairies, of the pro
duction, storing, handling of milk
and ci earn for sale: Senate UIII 3.
by Coelho, to authorize the Hoard of
Supervisors of each County to estab
lish and maintain hospitals.
Tho commlttco recommended that
Knmanoulu's llouso Hill 171, relat
ing to City and County officers, bo
eferred to n special committee of tho
Oahu Representatives. Speaker llql
stcln, on the adoption of the report,
appointed Douthltt chairman of the
Kcalawna's House Dill 167, to pro
hibit the taking ot fish wITh nets in
Hilo Hay, was recommended for pas-
sugo with amendments.
The commlttco could not see that
Makeknu'a Houso Hill 172, relating
to the taking of fish by means of
nets Is needed. The present law Is
sufllclent but needs enforcement. Tho
lommittto lecommendcd that the hill
S .ILL CONTINUES.
The good sizes nr; Bring fast. Come in while we can
SHIRTS arc the Lest value wc have
OUR STOCK IS GOING RAPIDLY.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
CORNER KING AND BETHEL STREETS.
Horse, Cattle, Sheep and Dog
DR. P0TTIE can be consulted daily nt his office
nt the corner of UNION and HOTEL STREETS.
Hospital for Sick Stock. Stock examined as to
soundness, to pur:hase Ranchers and Plantation,
Assorted C?s:s STOCK REMEDIES; Veterinary
Pottie k Sons, Honolulu
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'Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Alonth
It seems very stungo l!ut
Kauai and Hawaii jio, as usual,
nion, Cutler winning by a scoto of be tabled and that tho Judiciary Com
COO Ip 294. Imltteo diaft a bill providing a pen-
IIKMANCI2 CUJ1I SPORT, O.ik- ally for officers who neglect to en-
Maul ''"",' 'Marcl1 -3- A big carnival of foiee tho law.
liioiii'iw,e't,l,,B uml l,"xlK wl" bu lle'11 B This icport aroused Sheldon, who
i the gmnnlum of the llollanco Ath- aioe to leniark thut thero are other
Idle Club, Thirteenth and Hnnlson laws which are not onforccd. One
htreots. tomorrow ovonlng, when of the best laws passed last session,
members' night will be observed. Ad-'ho said, Is a law to keep tho children
mission to tho gymnasium will ho by 0ff the Btrccts at nlgljt. Hut It Is
rn"1- . not enforced. The streets of Holio-
lOHMKIt HALL PLAYI3II KILL-, lulu ut night are full of children
ing the coming scison, and light ln.ro
In Ihe Hawaiian capital, things loon
bluu for tho good old game. Someone
will hno to get a move on quickly;
hero we nru Into tho month of Apill
and nothing so far doing, eVeu ns a
preliminary to tho season. Reiner hit
gone to tho mainland lu nlny for lliol1'0 Memphis, Tcnn., Mmch 23.
Pueblo team, mid it Is probably that Wnl,er w Oampfcr, at ono tlmo n
Harney Joy will oIbo depart for tho well-known ball plnjer, was shot and
Coast beforu long. These two men ant, I killed heio today by W, A. Doyle, mi-
or ruurse, a great loss to tho local perlntendent ot an Ice company
teams, but still there is plenty or goodjwheio both were emplnvod. In 1SU3
iuateil.il left. It Is hard to Imuglno Onmprcr was idtchor for the llrook-
!lu leuson of tho pre tent stato of uf
fairs as regards tho big league games,
and it Is to be hoped that things will
liven up at once, mid that tho gnmo
will bo well under way by tho end of
DEFEATS JIM BARRY
lyn National League team.
WATSON PLAYS I'AST OAME-
Iclirntng to be. hoodlums. Something
ought to pe done to secure the en
forcement of this law.
The Finance Committee recommmi
(led the pubsnge of House lllll 170,
lllce, the refunding bill.
IlKV. II, V
San Jose, Cnl,
March 22. Ilov. II,
Alkcns, S, C, March 23. In tho han-'R Wlttemore, for many years pastor
dlcap play today for the Southern of the Comberland Presbyterian
Crobs cup In tho Palmetto golf tour-, Church nt Mountain View, died nt
lament R, C. Watson uguln played n
tplcndld game nnd the odds are In his
favor for winning tho cup, Tho fea
ture ot today's play was tho closo
match between Thompson and Tnp-
Sam Lnngforil defealcd Jim Harry ,,,i, who tied ut the eighteenth hole.
at the Washington Spotting Club,' PRESERVE FOR ELK Wnsh-
Plilludolphln, on St. Patrick's Day, In i,,,,,,, March 23. Slopes of Mount
ono of the most exciting and Bonta- oiymtdn and tho ndliicent summits
tlonttl bouts thut has been Been In or thc Olympic mountnlnb In Wash- W B tt IX H n t: M U U U JJ tl It K
uus cuy in u long nine, i.migtoru nKtm, are to he bet aside as n nn
his residence In that town laBt night
after an Illness of several years. Ho
was a native or Orund Rapids, Mich.,
and In 1881 ho was ordained In this
city. Ho had charge or several
churches In this State dining his
mlnlstcilul career. Ho was 57 years
or ago and leaves a widow and three
appealed to ho lu almost pel feet
shnpo, hut Harry lias been Buffering
riom a light attack or malarial ro
ver and he bad not lx.cn able to get
Into good shapo for the bout. I.ang
foid used a left hook to tho head and
face with good advantage and ho
Kept slamming his right Into Harry's
kldnevs ut every possible opportunity
in older to get the white man to un
cover Ills Jaw,
tlonal monument for the protection
and prescivatlou of the Olympic elk,
Otlieiwlse known iib "Cervus lloose
cltl," acroidlng to a proclamation
Issued by President Roosevelt bofoio
ho left office.
OOTCH READY FOR MATCH
Kansas City, March 23. Fiank
Clutch, champion wrestler ot tho
world, arrived here toduy from Chi-
Whitney & Marsh"
Sale begins Thursday, April 1st
Prior to stock-taking wc will close out nil our short !
lengths of j
Wash Goods, Flannelettes, Woollens,
Silks, Embroideries, etc.
inOH-CLASS PAPER-HANOINQ, DECORATING,
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
KANSAS POLITICIAN EXPIRES1
San Antonio, Tex., March 14 Kdmond
NVoilhiim Mori III Governor or KnusaHJ
linui 1895 lo 1897, and u roimor con
gloBSiuan fiom Kansas, died lu n linj
pltul hero today, uged 85, '
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Bcokley, Jr.
cago to put on the final touches for
his championship match with Raoul
de Rouen, tho Frenchman,, heforo the
Missouri Athletic Club ut convention
hall Thuisday night. De Rouen, ac
companied by a string or trulners, nr
ilved last night.
PLAN WRESTLING TOURNA
MENT Chicago, March 23. Pio
fessional lightweight wrestlers are to
have their Inning. A tournament tor
that class, to nroiliirn an Atnerlmn
champion, will be held uoxt month, !
under the direction of Mike Dwyer,
physical director and wiestllug in
stiuclor of the Illinois Athletic Club
of this city. The houtB will begin
April 10, two daj s after tho (Jotcli
BIG BUSINESS; ,
HE EXTRAORDINARY VALUES
that we are offering is only
for the balance of this week.
Our Waist Counter Saturday was one
of the busiest parts of the store ; mar
velously cheap is every waist and were
quickly bought by ladies who are very
fastidious as to style.
In the Domestic Department the values
in Linen Goods and Bedspreads were sur
prising to everybody.
J jst imagine, in our Dress Goods De
partment we are selling Chambrays (not
calicos) at 5c a yard in grey, blue, brown
Hosiery bargains cheapest ever offer
ed in this city.
Muslin Underwear, huudreds of bar
gainsall garments, including Skirts,
gowns, Chemises, Corset Covers and
Drawers a great variety.
Better Come i-
Sale "Pau" Saturday
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.,