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fiVHN'INO RULLETtN, HONOLULU, T.H.. SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1969
low On Sale
A trial giacs is lis best
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The Standad of Quality
It is its
better in the
than in any other
I .Ml - I
DE WOLF HOPPER A3 THE PIPER IN HIS NEW
Do Wolf Hopper put in moat of lit j vncntlon l:i.si summer learning to
liluy a bagpipe In fact, lio made the IiIIIh mound Ills summer homo
fiilrly screech with the echoes of tlio pipes but lie mnstprcd tho art
nml cmt blow ns lively n reel as imy lirnw Scot If lie tries. Any
wny, ho Ih amusing lilg cmwds In Now York In the rhnrncter of
the 1'led riper In his new extravaganza of that name. Tho hook of
the new piece la by Austin Strong and It. II. Uiirnslilo and the mu
sic by Manuel Klein. There arc many ludlcinus situations, eomo ex
cellent hours and enough comedy of tlip Hopper brand to mnko up it
Rood pvonltig'ti entertainment. J
The Kara baseball team has Rono
thioiigli romo hard practlco during
i tile past wcok. The line-up Is ex
pected to Mic.w n stior.R team this
car. John Mlllkno and Attann will
take turns in tho box fur the team.
The Sehcol will have two teams out
thin year. Tho first game will talco
placo next Saturday afternoon be
tween tho Kams and Oahii College.
The line-up of this year's team will
bo ns follows: CleorRe Kinney, c;
II. Akann, p; K. Murray, lb: David
Kamalnplll (impt.), 2b; Wm. liar
tilH, hb; i Kalliunpehu, 3b; Frank
.Uiickonalp, John Mlllkan, and Geo.
Tho Kum Cadets aro preparing for
tho yearly uillltnry'lnspectlon, which
will be held some tlmo during next
week. Col. Schuyler of tho 5th Cav
alry has been dolnllcd by the War
Department to inspect the Cadet
The Kamchanivha Rlrls returned
to school yesterday evening from n
fow dnys' outing at Mnkua. Tlioy
occupied tho same tents tho boys did
a week tir.o. The Rlrls nil hud a Rood
time mid wished they could flay Ion
per. Mo3t of the tlmo was upent In
IlshltiR mid 8.wI:ii:iiIiir. No accident i
occurred whllo la enrap. Two cqnaiU
rf Cndats went down on tho mornl'ig
tialn and struck tents, fonilug back
with tho Rlrls In tho evening.
o SNIPS FIIOJI COAST FILES
pitcher farmed to Pueblo by Mm St.
l,on Ik American I.caRttu team, hnB
been recalled by Manager McAleer.
Pitcher Swlfl, formerly with the
Wllkcsbarro cl lb of New York Stato
League, will je Bent to Pueblo In
TO RIDE AltOUND THE WORM).
Spokane, Wash., April 2. T K. Lln-
deu of the Spokane Motorcyclo Club
5111 leave May 1, riding eastward,
nnd attempt to ride artum! tho world
with n motorcycle in 12 months.
PINAL PRACTICE OP CREWS.
Putney, Erig,, April 2. Mloth the
Cambridge and Oxford vnrsity crew?
took final brief practice spins this
morning and the latest form of the
contestants In the rowing event of
tho year, foreshadows an Interesting
struggle tomorrow. Tho Cambridge
men aro favorites.
READY FOR Ilia MARATHON'.
Now York, April 2. Everything
Is in readiness for the $10,000 Mara
thon derby nt the Polo ground to
morrow afternoon. Tho flvo-lap
track is in excellent condition. Each
of tho six runners Longboat, Do
rando, Shrubb, Hayes, St. Yves, and
Mnloney are In tho pink of condi
tion. OOTCH SMASHES TOE. April
2. Prank Clotch smashed ono of hit.
toes In his training .work hcie today.
but the Injury Is not thought scrloiiM
enough to hamper him In his prep
tirntlons for his match with Yusaoff
Mnhmout. In a gamo of handball at
tho Illinois Athletic Club Gotch ran
Into a wall.
Murders Hli Father. Nllcs, O., Apr.
2. Richard Law, 24 years old, mur
dered his father, Samuel Law, whllg
tho family were eating dinner tonight.
Ho stabbed his father through thu
heart with n butcher knife.
Scarlet Fever on Battleship. Wash
ington, April 2. An epidemic of senr
let fever has broken out nmoiiR the
crew of tho battleship Missouri, now
ut tho Charleston navy yard, Ilostou.
ElRht cases aro reported.
Make Tariff Protests. Detroit, April
2. Detroit's clubwomen, numbering
3000, have under way n vigorous pro
test to MIclilgnn'H coiiRrcssmcn against
tho Incrcnso In tho duty on gloves and
hosiery In tho Payne tat Iff bill.
Whitney & Marsh
We arc showing a. complete line of
WHITE KID". GLOVES
. FOR EASTER
Celebrated Trefousse make; 2 Clasp $1.25
' Also come in Tans and Black
Plain and Lingerie Effects
CAKE, PASTRY, COOKIES, ETC.
MADE IN GOOD OLD GERMAN STYLE.
Sample and Sales Rooxs, CULLMAN'S OLD STORE, Fort
The German Bakery
Kin- St., formerly SINGER'S.
W. K. ZIMMERMAN, Prop.
HE DESCRIBED AN APOSTLE
M. E. SUVA
Undertaker and Embalmer
All businos entrusted in my care will receive
prompt and plite attention. I have a parlor
where funeral services can be held or bodies kept
1120 FORT ST. P. 0. BOX 820.
PHONE 170. NIGHT CALL 1014.
Tho Sunday-school lesson vaa
nbout tho calling of tho apostles.
Tho tearhor hud explained the word
and had boei) talking fur somo tlmo
when It occurred to her that she had
better mnko qulto sure Unit the class
understood what an npnstlo was. So
she nuked: "Now, who'll tell mo what
an apostlo Is? Who's sure ho
knows?" Prank wns. Ills faco
I brightened with Interest nnd ho vol
. unteerod to answer. "I know, Mlsa
! Illakc," ho said, eagerly. "It's a llt
tlo furry gray animal about so long"
measuring off a fair length for un
opossum "an' wo used to havo one
In a box In our back nrd." Tho
l li m
1S5 editorial rooms 2,10 busi
ness office. These are the te'ephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
Seed, Hammer and
Cramer Bry Plates
Each in its
Photo Supply Co.,
Everything4 Photographic. Fort St.
HARVARD MAY (JO A11IIOAD.
Cambridge. Mass., April 2. To ob
tain the views of the lending colle
giate towing authorities In England,
letters have been sent by tho man
agement of lowing nt Harvard to
both Oxford and Cambridge with re
Riird to n thallciiRc from Harvard In
case tho crimson 'Is successful again
tills year n'gtilnst Ynlo.
Rlf.N OP 1(55 MII.P.9. St. Louis,
April 2. Tho New York-Seattlo au
toninbllo pnthflndors arrived hero to
night at C:30 o'clock after a run of
10.". miles from llloomlngton. 111,
WESTON FEELS PINK. Shamn,
1 Pa., April 2. Kdward Payson Wes
ton, tho pedestrian, arrived In Shnr
on rhortly after 7 o'clock tonight,
making -ft miles today. Ho stated
that ho was fooling fine. Ho will
Wave for Youngstnwn In tho morn
ing. ! IIOTH ON THEIR FKKT. Savan
nah, On., April 2. Ilecauso both men
woie on their feet nt the end of their
20-rnund fight hero tonight, the ref
eree declared that Young Ilrltt of
Italtlmnro nnd Charlie (loldman of
llo' tun had fought a draw.
SPITIIALLER HEARD PROM.
Chicago, April 2. -Woid was receiv
ed Iio.o that I'd. Wohih, tho star spit
bull p'Uhrr of tho Chicago Anierl
c.i ns, would Join the club ut Cincin
nati Aurll 10. Waldli has boon coach
lag tho pltth'erj nt Ynlo Unlvcislty
and Incidentally holding oat for J",-
COO t ho coining season.
LONGTDBAqil OIRI.S 11EATEN.
Iliikorsnelil, Cal April 2. The
champion; Long Reach girls' high
school basketball team failed to suc
ce.isfully defend Its title against tho
llnkerofleld Rlrls tonight, tho latter
winning after a clean, hnrd-fought
contest by n score of 11 to 9.
MORNINGSTAR'S FOURTH New
York. N. Y., March 30. Ora C. Mor
nlli6tar of Now York won his fourth
coneecutlvo gamo tonight in the in
icriinlloiinl IS. 2 championship bil
liard tournament, defeating A. O.
Cutler of Iloston. In tho afternoon
Rtinio Harry. P. Cllno of Philadelphia
defeated I.opls Cure.
TO PI.AY AT OJAI Stanford Uni
versity, Cnl., March 30. Jordan, Qow
an, ami Morgan, throe of the best
tennis plovers In college, loft tho
cnnipus thlu afternoon to take part
In tho annual OJal valley tennis tour
nament. Jordan and Oownn will
tiril.o up thn doubles loam and all
threo moil will play In thu singles.
I TUA.C1C M13BT AT U. C Ilorko
ley. Cnl"., Mnrch 30. Tomorrow nf
tnrnoon tho varsity track team will
meet tho soua from tho Unlvorslty
of Enutticrn California on tho oollogo
oval and afford tho first chance for
comparison with Stnnfor'd. ns tho
'oiithern athletes were defeated by
, tho cardinal last Saturday.
I noxiNO uua, introduced,
Sprlngneld, 111., April 2. A hill was
Introduced Into tho Ilouso today per
mitting tho holding of sparring ex
hibitions hefnro athletic clubs for
nix-round bouts with not loss than
i IIAH.KY IS RECALLED. Pueblo,
Colo.,.Aprll 1. "Hill" llalloy, tho
Word has been received In No-.
brnska City, Neb., that Judgo Wil
liam llnyward has declined tho post
of First Assistant Postmaster Gener
al and will remain secretary of tho
Republican Nntlonal Committee.
2J"-"For Rent" cards on sals at
he Dulletln offlca.
Residents of Hawaii
PURPOSING to visit SEATTLE during the time of the
EXPOSITION, JUNE 1st TO OCTOBER 15th, will find
it to their advantage to call at the rooms of the Hawaii
Promotion Committee and register in order that assistance
may be rendered them in securing desirable hotel accom
modation. Complete information at to Hotel Rates, Steamship and
Railway Fares on file.
Follow the Crowd
THIS store has occupied the censer of the stage in
the retail business of Honolulu during the run of
No resistance has been offered the people who came to get
bargains and for a week we have demonstrated that values draw,
that people have money to spend where they get proper returns
and our records show that the money came over pur counters as
it never came before.
Before deciding to withdraw from the retail goods trade we
bought largely in the Eastern marke's. The goods have arrived
and will be on sale this morning at the same liberal reductions in
price that have attracted the thousands to this store during the past
week. These goods are new, they have never been on a counter,
there is nothing old or shopworn, nothing in the style of the
material that is not fresh and fascinating.
No matter what you wish to buy, come to us and you will, find it, if it is in the dry '
goods line, and you will get it cheaper than elsewhere. "You Can' Do Better at KERR'S."
, The floor servicj has been much improved by adding to our already large sales force:
there will be no mors waiting to be served.
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.,
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