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EVENING BULLHTIN, HONOLULU, T.-1I.-. MONDAY, At-niLH, 1909.
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with spikes, suitable for a MARATHON RACE when
it is run on a crass track. Do not try any other, as on
prnss you will slip book ono foot while you are running
three, and the runner with pike will beat you with case.
Wc also have a fine lot of
Running Pants and Shirts
Also keep in stook RUBDOWN and everything else
needed for a MARATHON. Come in and look over our stook.
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
POLLARD'S No. I CO.
Monday matinee and evening,
Wednesday matinee and evening.
Saturday matinee and evening.
Scats on sale at BERGSROM'S 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.
STARTING MONDAY, APRIL 12TII
The Popular Favorites!! .
Presenting a Repertoire of the Latest
Monday and "Tuesday "Edmond
Day's Newest Comedy Drama, "PALS"
Wednesday and Thursday The
Pleasing Comedy, "THE AMERICAN
GIRL," Feating the Osborn 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 Woes 28ir. 50c, 75c.
Owing to the great success
of our special sale of Books
for Children, it will be con-
tinued for a week.
Hawaiian News Co.,
The New Open-Air Theatre.
LATEST MOVING PICTURES
LOTS OF FUN GOOD MUSIC
Two entrances: Pauahi St. near
Nuuanu and Hotel St. on site of old
Wonderful Motion Pictures bring
ing to view scenes from man; lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes eaoh week.
The Rag Picker's
Changes Mondays, Wednesdays and
ADMISSION lOo. and 20a
NOVELTIES OF ALL KINDS
AND EASTER POSTAL CARD
WALL, NICHOLS CO.. LTD.
CORNER FORT and MERCHANT Sts
28 LOAVES FOR $1.00.
1120 Fort St.
CIios. R. Frazier
Phone 371. 122 King St.
Fort Street and Chaplain Lane
Open Air Moving
Not an ill-smelling closed auditorium,
ADMISSION 10 and 15 CTS.
Children 5 Cents
Boating r -"- w -. j. Rowing!
Two Fine Games
Of Ball At
Two baseball games vero played at
Aala Park ycslcrdny; tlio first be
tween tlio C, A. Cs. and tho Whlto Sox,
was won by tho former with a scoro of
C to 4. Tho second gamo was put up
by tho Aala and J. A, C. teams, The
Aalas won by tho narrow scoro of 4
to 3. In tho fourth Inning of tho C. A.
C. vs. whlto Sox, Sine Chong met with
a nasty accident, and was placed horA
do combat for a while. Ho was bat
ting and BOtnchow received tho ball
on his head Instead of Ills but. Ho
was knocked clean out, and It took an
application of Ice water to bring him
around. Tho official scores wcro ai
AllRllHSn O A i:
Sam Hop, rf 3 O 0 0 0 0 0
A. May, cf 3 2 10 2 0 0
Plcknrd, 2b G 1 1 0 8 0 2
ltoss. 3b 3 12 10 10
Franco, 2b 2 0 0 0 3 2 0
Ilrlto, c 4 0 1 1 10 2 0
Tom Yen, sn. ....2 0 0 0 1 1 0
,h Toom, If 4 0 0 0 0 0 0
Mnrkham, p 4 0 0 0 0 11
J. Notloy, rf. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
,...30 4 5 2 24 7 3
C. A. C.
ADR I1II SI) OAR
J. Aloun, If 2 1 1 0 1 0 0
Sing Chong, ss. ..3 0 0 0 1 3 0
Kng Sang, lb. ...3 1 0 0 0 0 2
Chi Ilul, c 4 1 1 1 13 3 0
Asam, 2b 3 0 0 0 3 O 0
C. Y. Mnrk, rf. ...4 0 10 10 0
Ako, 31 3 110 2 2 2
J. Lcong, cf 4 110 0O1
Apau, p 2 0 1 0 0 3 0
Totals 28 5 C 1 27 11 S
nuns .. 2 0 10 0 0 0 104
11. II 202000010 G
C. A. C.
1 2 3 4 G. 6 7,8 9
Runs 3 0020000 6
U. IL ....?,..3 0 0 3 0 0 O'O r- 8
Two-lmlo hit. J. Loong: hit by pitch
er Franco, slag Chong; bases on balls,
oft Markham 2, Apau C; struck out, by
Mnrkham 0; Apau 10; wild pitches,
Markham 3; passed ball, Chi Dull sac
rifice hits, Alona 2 A nam, Apau, ltoss,
Franco. Time- of game, 1 hour GO mln-
utcH; umpire, 13. Fcrnandoz; scorer,
W. Tin Chong.
J. A. C.
aii u mi si) o
Stecro, 2b. .
Sakalno, ss. .
Murakami, c 2
Wnklta, 6f 3
Mlchl, 3b 3
Junlchl, lb 4
Yasu, rf. 4
Hideo, If. 3
Kuwamoto, If. ...0
Totals 29 3
AH II mi SI1
3 1 24 9 C
HOTEL ST. opp. KEKAULIKE ST.
Changes Every Monday
COLORED FILMS THIS WEEK.
PRICES 5 AND 10 CENTS
WING CHONG CO
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made Tc
Souzii, If. .
Pedro, rf. .
Johnson, lb 4 O
l''llzor, 8B 4 1
Leslie, 2b 4 0
Guinea, p 4 0
Lcandro, c 4 0
Sftcrtnrlfia or ottior nuthnf
lied rsgroifntatlvet of Glut
ar affitd to tend in a' Hit ill
venti, scheduled by them, that
tbay may be Included la Ike
program. Address nil commu
nications to the Sporting Edi
Apr. 25: Cavalry vs. Fort
Apr. 2G: 'N.'(J. H. ts. Marines.
Apr. 18: League Urounds.
Apr. 26: Team.
Tho Marines, who defeated tho Saint
Louis baseball team last week, mot
their fate at trio hands of tho Oahu
College boys on Saturday Tho schol
ars defeated them by a scoro of 7 to 4,
and great was the rejoicing therefor.
Lota pitched great ball for tho win
ners, and only passed ono man to first
free. Anderson, for tho Marines, mado
a homo run In the, sixth, and followed
this up with a three-bagger In tho sev
enth, aibson, for the visitors, struck
out six men, and handed out fair ball
right through. Tho Marines wcro
minus their best pitcher as they wcro
reserving him for yostcrdsy's gamo
against the Kowalos.
Tho ojclal scoro was:
At) It 1)11811 O A
Hayes, cf. .-, 5 1 10 0 0
Thompson, if 6 ,1 1 0 1 1
Williams, 2b 4 ,1 1 0 1 3
baw, ss 4 0 3 0 .1 C
Call, 3b.' 3 0 1,033
Davis lb. .- 1' 0 0 0 4 0
SyintersV lb!;..'..?5 P '1 0 is -1
dlliBOU, p ,4 0 0 0 0 3
Anderson, c.,.. ).. 4 1 2 0 4 G
Hincs, rf 4 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 37 4 10 0 !
An n nn sn
Sing Chong, ss.'..B 1
Dentin, cf. 6 0
denotes, 3b. .....4 1
Aklna, lb 4 1
Chi Ilul, c. .
Fraser, If. .
Totals 37 4 9 9 27 7 3
J. A. C.
Runs 1 0200000 0 3
II. II 1 0 10 0 10 0 03
Iluus 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 4
II. II 0 0 4 3 0 1 1 0 9
Two-haso hit, Sakalno; bases on
balls, off domes 4; struck out, by Yu
mashlro G; flnnips 14; passed ball, Lo-
andro; sacrifice hits, Murakami, Mlchl.
Tlmo of game, 1 hour 45 mlnucs; urn
plro, 1. Fernandas; scoter, W. Tin'
185 editorial rooms 25G bust
nee office. Thai are the telephone
number cf the Bulletin office.
5. CENT CJGAR
M. A. Gunst & Go.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
the Bulletin office.
care's on sals at
The Bulletin PubliihlBf Co.,
Ltd., is ageat (or the best engraving'
and lithographing company on
the Paciflo Coast and ii prepared
to give estimate on high-grade
printing of every kind.
Alio price and simple of the
Very Latett in Engraved Card,
Invitations, in the btt of form
tor smart function. ,
Increase In Gold. Helena, Mont.,
April 2. Thoro has boon a gain of
$108,378.72 In tho amount of gold re
ceived at tho United Btates assay ot'
flea in Holena from tho various coun
tlos In this Stato during tho quartet',
ending March 31, 1909, compared with
tho samo quarter In 1908. This gain
is attributed to tho numerous now
mines. Tho total value of tho metal
received during thq, quarter ending
March 31, 1909, ls',Q457,674 08.
Totals 37 7 11 5 27 20
12 3 4 5 6 7
Huns 1 4 0 0 0 0 0
II. II ...2 G 0 0 1 1 1
12 3 4 5 6 7
Huns 0 0 0 0 0 2 1
n. 11 0200022
Twobaso hits, Chi Dul, Williams;
homo run, Andorson; bases on balls,
off Lota 1, aibBorr"l: struck out, by
Lotu 4, Gibson 6; wild pitches, Lota
1, Gibson 3; passed ball, Chi Ilul;
doublo plajs, Sing Chong to Ordcn
stein. Call to Winters to Call. Tlmo of
gamo, 1 hour 35 mlnutcii; umpire H.
Chllllngworth; scorer, Bchmutzlcr.
Company 5 Is
Beaten By G
Company (3 won another gamo in
(ho Dunning series out nt Kort Slinf
tor on Saturday. They beat Com
pany k by a score of 7 to 0 aftor a
vory closo and exciting game, which
wan fought out to the blttor end. t
Companies O and K have won .two
and ono games respectively, and
whon theso two teams bump against
(.no another thero will sure bo some
flno bal played. Neither" Company Ij
hor Company II have, so far, won a
gamo, although they hayi put up
good fights before going 'down to de
Tho Kort Shnftcr team which will
play In the Military League has U'ccp
arranged, and Lieut Chilton Is man
ager. Private Itamsey will captain
tho team, and ho. Is confident that
his boys will go bo close to winning
tho championship that thcrp wlU bo
nothing in it one way or anotner.
Standing of the Eeries
Company a 2 2 1,000
Company K 1 1 1.000
Company K 2 0 .00Q-
Company II 1 0 .000
I . 111 .. I . lL ' L !!'
The Hllo nascball Leaguo met on
Tuosday evening In tho Hllo Tele
phono offlco, President Potter In tho
chair, Tho following teams wero rop-
resented: Moohcaus, Illlos, Evening
Stnrs, and Young Hllos.
I Nono of tho teams prcsont filed their
lists of players, so tho matter was dc-
J Tho Chair authorized I). II. Kclokollo
to prepare them for tho different teams
and to Issue them tu tho captains.
I Ocorgc A. Cool was unanlnrtnisl)
! elected official umplro for tho season,
and n. Man tho official scorer.
llrlck I.j man wanted to hnvo power
to put In any player,, regardless whe
ther his name was on the official list or
not, provided the official list did not
hrtve sixteen names. Tho secretary
thought that this was not right, and
favored an amendment to tho by-laws
to stop It. Nothing further was done
In the matter.
A comtnlttco was appointed to pre
pare tho grand stand and to fix the
wire netting. Tho committee on sched
ulo filed Its report as follows:
April 18: Moohcaus vs, Hllo; Stars
vs. Young Hllos.
April 25: Moohcaus vs. Nanlwas;
Stars vb. Matushtmn.
May 2: Hllo vs. Nanlwas; Young HI
Iob vs. MatBUrhlmus.
May 9: Hllo vs. Moohcau; Young
Hllos vs. Stars.
May 16: Nanlwas R. Mouhcau; Mat.
Mishlmas vs. Stars.
May 23: Nanlwas vs. Hllo; Matsu
hhtmas vs. Young Illlos.
May 30: Moohcaus vs. Hllos; Stars
vs. Young Hllos.
Juno 6: Mooheaus vs. Nanlwas; tho
Stars vs. Mntsushlmas.
Juno 13: Hllos vs. Nanlwas; Young
Illlos vs. Matsushlmas.
Juno 20: Hllos vs. Mooheaus; Young
Illlos vs. Stnrs.
Juno 27: Nafilwas vs. Moohcaus;
Matsushlmas vs. Stars. ,
JUly 4: Nanlwas vs. 'Hllo; Matsu-
shim a vs. Young JIllos.
July 11: Moolioau vs. Hllo; stan vs.
July 18: .Moohcau vs. Nanlwas
Stars vs. Matstlshlma.
July 2G: Hllos vs. Nanlwns; Young
Illlos vs. Mntsuihlma.
Tho Marines defeated tho Kowalos,
nttor a most exciting gamo by a scoro
ot ,10 to 8. Tho gamo was played on
Sunday at Atkinson Park, and was at
tended by tho largest crowd ever seen
on that ground. Tho Marines turned
out In a body, and their rooting was
immense. Tho Kewalos also had a
groat crowd of supporters, and they
Certainly did well In tho rooting lino,
Hincs pitched great ball for tho win
ncrs, and Knapa also did well up till
tho sixth, when he tired a lot.
Tho official scoro was:
Bots and Worms Specific
These remedies not only cause the evacuation of these
troublesome pet, bnt they destroy them and clean up Ute
injury they have prod need in the stomach and bo-h.
Stock may b given these medicines on the pasture
without handling, or whil at work.
Obtained at Leading Druggist, or
Pottie & Sons, Honolulu
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.
Fine Grass Linen myl
YEE CHAN & CO., King and Bethel Sts.
KEEPS CONTENTS RED HOT FOR 30 HOURS
OR FREEZING FOR 72 HOURS.
An ice-cold drink or a cup of hot coffee when you're
a day and a half from ice or Are. Hot or cold drinks at
night without havinj; to get up and pet them ready. Sold
JI. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
$1 a Year
lnys, cf C
Williams, 2b S
daw, ss 5
Call, 31) 6
DavlB, lb .....5
aibson, ir .'. ...S
Anderson, c S
Hnlght, rf 2
Mines, p 4
Thomson, rf 3
Totals 4 10 13 27 9 S
All It III!
Medclros, cf 5 1 '1
A, Soma, 3b. ..,....$ 11
Plmcntal, rf S 11
M. n. Froltas, 21 5 2 2
M. Deponto, ss 4 2 2
M. Joseph, c 4 1 1
V, Joseph, lb 4 0 0
Kaapa, p 4 0 0
M. Krcltas, it 4 0 1
Totals ......... 40
8 9 27 4 10
HIGH-CLASS PAPER.HAKGINO, DECORATING,
IT AND GENERAL PAINTINO.
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
By Hour or Trip.
6. C. Bookley, 3
Additional Sport on Pages 8 and 10
Attack By Unknown. Frank IUidg'
crs. Carpenter, 1G South Collins street,
S, P., wnB on his way homo shortly
after 1 o'clock on tho Morning of April
1, whon In Masonic avenue, near St.
Koso avcnti.o a coatltns man knocked
him down and kicked him. Tho hbhiUI
ant ran Intp Cavalry comotory. I"o
llcemcn Johnson and Stallard searched
tho cemetery but found no traco of tho
man, who they thought must havo bocu
Imprisoned Miners Rescued. Vir
ginia City.. Nov., April 2 Martin Wal
kcr and James Tannahlll, tho two
Comstock miners yesterday Impris
oned in a tunnel near tho entrnnco,
wero rescued from what promised to
bo their tornb this mnrnlng'at 3:25,
""VNCli there was a Hungry
Man who sat by the Bank
of a Stream alive with Fish, and
made no Attempt to Catch
them. yhcn asked why he.
Pursued such an Asinine course
he replied that he wasn't sure
just what kind of Bait to use.
Ycsf there is t
you don't sec it
Moral, but if
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