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EVEN1NQ BULLETIN, HONQUfLW, T,II.. SAflmtMX.- APRIL, 10, 1909
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with spikes, suitable for a MARATHON RACE when
it it run on a (Trass track. Do not try any other, as on
prnss you will slip back one foot while you aro running
Jhrcc, and the runner with spikes will beat you with ease.
Wc also have a fine lot of
Running Pants and Shirts
Also keep in stock RUBDOWN and everything else
nee3c:l for a MARATHON. Come in and look over our stook.
E. 0. HALL &
Scats on sale at BERGSROM'S 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.
STARTING MONDAY, APRIL 12Tn
The Popular Favorites I!
Presenting a Repertoire of the Latest
FIRST WEEK'3 BILLS: ,
Monday and Tuesday Edmond
Day's Newest Comedy Drama, "PALS"
Wednesday" and Thursday The
Pleasing Comedy, "THE AMERICAN
GIRL," Feating the Osbom Children.
Friday and Saturday Joseph R.
Grismer's Greatest Success "BEAC
Vaudeville Features headed by the
Wonderful OSBORN CHILDREN, in
'a New Line of Taking Specialties.
The Best Company Mr. Elleford has
Ever Brought to Honolulu.
The sale of seats for the first week's
engagement opens at the Orpheum
Box Office on Thursday, April 8th.
Popular Prices 25v. 60c, 75c.
Owing to the great success
of our special sale of Books
for Children, it will be con
tinued for a i week.
Hawaiian News Co.,
NOVELTIES OF" ALL KINDS
AND EASTER POSTAL CARDS.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.. LTD.
CORNER FORT and MERCHANT Sts
28 LOAVES FOR $1.00.
1129 Fort St. Phone 107.
I Chas. R. Frazier
fhone 371. 122 King St.
185 editorial roomi 25G bul
nets office. Th'eie are the telephone
number of the Bulletin office.
No. 1 CO.
Monday matinee and evening,
Wednesday matinee and evening.
Saturday matinee and evening.
Wonderful Motion Pictures bring
ing to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week.
The Rag Picker's
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Changes Mondays, Wednesdays and
ADMISSION lOe. and 20c,
FORT STREET & CHAPLAIN Lane
New and Up-to-Date
MOVING PICTURES and
Admission 10 and 15 cts.
Children 6 cts.
HOTEL ST. opp. KEKAULIKE ST.
Cliangcs Every Monday
COLORED FILMS THIS WEEK.
PRICES 5 AND 10 CENTS
Tho New Open-Air Theatre.
LATEST MOVING PICTURES
LOTS OF FUN GOOD MUSIC
Two entrances: rauahi bt. near
Nuuanu and Hotel St. on site of old
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Eto. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made Tf
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KINO STREETS.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin o'ves a complete summary of
the ntwt of the day.
Fine Sport On
Tomorrow will bo gnln day nt
Ilwa and thcro will bo something do
ing all tho time. In tho forenoon
there will bo an Interesting tcnnU
match between tho Kwa champion,
McKccvcr and Orconflcld, and Duck
us and Stcoro of Honolulu. Tho
match will bo for the best 'three nut
nf Avo sets and should bo very ex
citing. Tho "farmers" nro reported
to lie playing In flno form just now,
and tho city men will have to extend
themselves to win.
At 11 o'clock tho Japanese base
ball game will bo played off, and u
hltgo crowd will probably attend mid
cheer their respective teams. Da8o
ball Is nil tho rago down tha linn
nowadays, and tho class of gumo put
up Is remarkably good.
The regular Plantation League
game will bo plnycd nt JJwa nlso. The
Wnlanao team Is going to visit the
big mill, and, It Is whispered, have
mi unlimited supply of whitewash
ready for transportation and uso.
Tho Wflmnaes will tnko their hand
along and It Is rumored thnt tho
tuno they will march onto the
grounds will ho "Sco tho Conquer
ing Heroes Come." Tho Kwa bunch
have composed a touching little song
which has bcon set to music by Mr.
West. It opens with this: "Wo Did
n't Do n Thing to 'Em," and will hn
most appropriate In the right team
Taking It altogether, thcro will
bo some flno doings at Kwn tomor
row, and It would bo good If other
plantations would shako things up
In the 3nmo manner now and ngaln.
Tho cricket match nt Mnklkl tlili
njlrrnyonjb.ctwcon the Honolulu club
and tho crew of Uio Dolbarden Ciw
tlo promises to be n very Interesting
game. Tho sailors should put up a
pinch hotter flgh't this afternoon
tlinn thoy did last wcolc, and may
probably turn tho tables on tho local
men. Tho captain of tho Dolbarden
Cnstlo lias given his men a holiday
bo as to enable, them to attend tho
A strong bunch of locals has been
notified to turn out this afternoon.
and Vice, Captain Illicitly will bo In
charge of tho arrangements. Tho
following playors are requested to
attend today: S. Ileardmore, J I.
Morse, It. Anderson, J. It. Maclean,
J. II. riddes. It. 8. Jordnn, D. L.
Wtthlngton, II. J. Muchly, N. Dcerr,
C, P. Maxwell, C. J. Egan, W. Cralk,
II. Ilalley, J. Gray, J, P. Mclanphy,.
and Mr. Walker. Play will start at
o'clock sharp, and all tho players
are requested to bo on tho ground hv
II. I). Uowcn will launch his Elongat
ed scuwrcn tliln afternoon. Tho little
craft Is fitted with n four-hour8o-iower
engine, which should drlvo her through
tho water nt a groat rate. With tho
exception of tho masts, nil Is ready on
lliu wren; tho sucks win pronaiuy no
put In very shortly. Mr. Ilowon' con
siders that ho will have ono of tho
Binuitcst llttlo flyors In tho harbor, and
that his boat will show her heels to
most of the local craft. Tho sea-won
will bo taken down to tho water today
mid no doubt u ciowd of boating men
will bo present to greet tho hooker
when shn makos her dobut In local
yachting circles. It Is likely that moro
boats of thu aamo typo will bo ordered
before long, as savornl gentlemen havo
been making inquiries as to cost, etc.
SOX, I1Y 11 TO 1 Yuma, Aril..
March 30. Tho Whlto Sox No. 2
and the Yuma learn plajcd ball In h
high wind hero today. Chicago won,
By the Hour or Trip
Gr. C. BECKLEY, Jr.,
AT V0N( IIAMM.YOUN.G
Secretaries or" other author
lzed representatives ot club
nro asked to send In a list ot
events, schodulcd by them, that
they may bo .included In the
program. Address all comrau-
ulcattons to tho Sporting Udl-
tor, E v o n I n-g I) u 1 1 e 1 1 n .
Apr. 11; Ilcichcs vs. All-
Apr. 11: Toljiwns vs. All-
Hawalls. I t
Apr. 11; Walalua vs. Alea.
Apr. 11: Kwa vs. Walanac.
Apr. 11: Slurllnes vs. Paclf-
4 Ic (championship).
Apr. 23: Cntnlry vs. Tort
Apr. 25! N. O. II. vs. Mar-.
Apr. 181 Lcnguo Grounds.
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In CipiUiani naS
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b. A- n?. ft.--
At tho mooting of tho Knplolnnl w'" J ccrlnlnl)r a ,nl"tlor m"1 ho has
Lcagno held nt the residence ot .Ino. ol";ild' ' ,lon things" for tho Inl.y
V Hylva last Wednesday night, tho "'h c,,c ""Nation of Kallhi dls
7ii, !,.. nn. i.... i...,i . trlct.
Krlcs of ten games oach. opening
Ithn fcfMMnn nnxt Snnit.iv. Anrll llTY
i no nrsi ganto win no played nt
1:.10 p. m. and tho second gnmc ut
3: IS. Jolinnlo Williams was select
ed official iiimplro of the lcnguo. Tho
schedulo as adopted Is ns fullans;
first, Scries April ltt'Iloachcg vs.
All StarV. Toldwas vs. All llawalla,
April IS1: Hylandi'VS. ToklwasJ Ail
Hawallsivs Reaches. April 2S: All
Hawalls vs. All Stars; Hylands vs. i
May 2i iteacliev vs. Tot
klwas: ELvlnndi vs. All Htnra kfnv
3: All 'firewalls vs.UIylarids; All.8tnr
vs. Toklnar"' tinf'rtaif Itraches vs.
All Staru'; Tol; I was vs. All Hawalls.
May 23: Hylnhds-vs. T6klwasJ All
Hawalls vs. Reaches. May 30: 'All
Hawalls vs. All Stara; Ifylands vs.
Roaches. , June 6: Reaches vs. To
klwas; Hylands vs. All Stars. Jdne
13: All (Hawalls vs. Hylands; All
Stars vs. Toklwns. ,
Second; Series Juno 30: Reaches
walls.. June 27: Hylands -vs. Tokl
wns; All Hawalls vs. Reaches. July
4: All 'Hawalls vs. All Stars; Hy
lnnds vs. Roaches. July 11: Reach
es vs. Toklwas; Hylands vs. All
Stars. ''July 18: A'll Hawalls vs. Hy
lands; All Stars vs, Toklwas. July
26: Reaches vs. All Stars; Toklwns
vs. All Hawalls, Aug. 1: HyldndH
vs. Toklwas; A1V Hawalls vs. Reach
es. Aug. 8: All Hawalls vs. All
Stars; Hylands vs. Reaches. Aug. in
Reaches vs. Toklwas: Hyhinds vs.
All Stars. Aug. 22: All Hawalls vs.
Hylands; Alt Stars vs. Toklwas.
n 8 n
Tho Marlnos wh defeated tho St.
I.ouls team tho cither day-aro going to
play tho Oahu College tentn this after
noon, Tho gnmo will bo played oil
tho old field, and Is to start at 3
o'clock.1 From tills nfternoQn's gamo It
will bo possible-' to get ,'a lino on as
to how tho St, Ixmls and Oahu Col
lego boys compare. Owing to it being
vacation time, thcro has bedn nothing
nmch'dono In tho prAtjtlQp'tlno' lately.
Tho dato of tho Intcr-Bclidol.'gorliia has
not yet bcon sot, but It Is'expocted
that a movo will bo mado soon In tho
mattor. "" .
Lota and Chi Dul will bo battery
for tho college and will jjo backed up
hy n strong team consisting of tho fol
lowing players: lb., Aklno;' 2b Or
dcnBtoln; ss., Slng qhonB;,3b.,Hoogs;
If., Ixjwrcy; cf. Will Dosha; rf., Krascr.
ROM,Kll ON TOP 8eattle,
fro mlljalmar I.undon tonlghtiltotirn
straight falls, 38 and L 22 minute's re
Fine Show Is
Tho stcrcoptlcon entertainment
ghen on Wednesday at Cooley chap
el, Kallhi, under tho auspices of tho
Kallhi Athletic Club was a great
success. Tho attendance was very
good and everything went Uira-tsh
without a hitch. Those present ap
preciated very much the description
of the slides as each one was thrown
on the screen by Mr. Towsc, nnd It
Is a wonder to them how ho could
memorize all of them. Instrumental
and vocal selections were Interspers
ed at Intervals during tho perform
ance which lasted until nearly 10
o'clock. President Kdwln Fernan
dez of tho Kallhi Athletic Club
hopes to bo nhlc, within a short
while, to Nccura a genuine moving
picture machine similar to thoso used
In town for tho entertainment of the
,cop, ot Knl"i' exclusively. Tho
club Is contemplating giving- Its an-
"ual dance nt the Knights of Pythias
hn" omn tlmo next month, nnd
Judging from the success nnd popu-
, larlty 'attained nt the Initial dance
jglvon by this club n year ngo, it
, hopes to again secure tho pntronngo
or lovers or tlie light fantastic, Ed
it N IC
Sale For Big
The Marathon Is getting consider
able attention now an tha Urn is
getting close for the great evpnt to
conie off. Jackson went one hun-
d1,61' times mound tho track ycstei-
uay and cut nut twenty miles In two
hours nnd twelvo minutes, 110 did
not stop one? and certainly put up n
good performance; ho will be a hard
man to bent on April IS.
About twenty long-distance men
turned out yesterday, and, tho track
was dotted with runners. Soma of
these men do not seem nblo to gaugo
their speed very well, and consequent
ly will bo In danger of r tinning
themselves off their feet. Of courso,
It Is hard for a man to tlmo IUm-
self, hut If he has a friend who
will signal to him at tho close ot each
lap, as to whether to quicken his
pace or slow down, tho runner noon
gets wlso to tho' exact pice to main
tain, and, after nil, tho only way to
run n long-distance event Is to
adopt a tlme-schcdulo nnd stick to
Time schedules nro arranged si
that ench lap will bo run at a cer
tain paco nnd n reserve fund, so to
spcok.-ls kept for tho last few fin
ishing rounds of tho track. Yester
day, some of the runners took It turn
about to pace ono another, nnd ns
long ns each mnn docs his fair sharo
of tho work, this Is a good Idea.
Tickets for tho grand stand, nnd
stands for nulos, rigs, etc., will bo
on sale today at tho Hawaiian News
Company's store. Seats and stands
may bo reserved, and as there Is suro
to ha n rush for them thoso who
mean to sco the race In comfort hnd
better get In quickly nnd buy n tick
et. u it n
Tomorrow at tho Country Club thorn
will bo tho usual turnout of Sunday
golfers, Quito a number of players and
visitors havo announced thenr inten
tions of visiting tho popular links. Tho
Club Is looking at Its best now and tho
wcathor being ideal for golf no doubt
ovcryono will enjoy themselves. A
bus will run from tho car lino ns usual,
and tho first trip will bo mado nt 9
o'clock. Tills vohlclo Is a great boon
to go torn, for although tho dlstnnco Is
not great, tho playprB got enough ox
crciso without walking to tho links,
I.unch will bo served at tho club house,
which has lately bcon Improved Mry
much. Tho door which was cut
through tho stono Wall Into tho buffet
Is a groat convenience, nnd tho Innova
tion Is much appreciated by tho mem
Walluku, Maul, April 9. At tho an
nual meeting ot tho Maul Racing As
sociation, held In Wnlluku last Satur
(day evening, April 3, tho following
. wore uloctcd to sorvo on the oxexutlvct
committee, Messrs. WT Robinson,
Patrick Coekctt and Jnir.-JSJJCrKooitu
Bots and Worms Specific
These remedies not only cause the evacuation of thete
troublesome petti, but they destroy them and clean up the
injury they have produced in the itomach and boweh.
Stock may be given these medicines on the pasture
without handling, or while nt work.
Obtained at Leading Druggist!, or
Pottie & Sons, Honolulu
HOTEL AND TORT STREETS,
Fine Grass Linen Whn(iaBvLuyr
YEE CHAN & CO.,
KEEPS CONTENTS RED HOT TOR 30 HOUES
OR FREEZING FOP. 72 HOURS.
An ice-cold drink or a cup of hot coffee when you're
n day and a half from ice or fire. Hot or cold drinks nt
night without havinp; to (jet tip and ct them ready. Sold
i miiMiiwiwi miii tmmm m i i jf
I !! lUA.m-U J-IL J lT'J-J , l... 11, 1 .nil t,!m
HIGH-CLASS PAPER-HANGING, DECORATING,
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
NCE there was a Hungry
-" Man who sat by the Bank
of a Stream alive with Fish, and
made no Attempt to Catch
them. When asked why he
Pursued such an Asinine course
he replied that he wasn't sure
just what kind of Bait to use.
Yes; there is a Moral, hut if
you don't sec it you wouldn't
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