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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
prass you will slip bnok one foot while you are running
three, and the runner with spikes will beat you with ease.
We also have a fine lot of
Running Pants and Shirts
Also keep in stook IUJBDOWN and everything else
needed for a MARATHON. Come in and look over our stook.
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Wednesday and -Thursday The
Pleasing Comedy, "THE AMERICAN
GIRL." Feating the Oiborn Children.
Friday and Saturday Joseph R.
Grismer's Greatest Success "BEAC
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Vaudeville Features headed by tlie
Wonderful OSBORN CHILDREN, in
n New Line of Taking Specialties.
The Best Company Mr. Elleford has
Ever Brought to Honolulu.
Seats now on sale at box office for
oil performances of the week.
Pouular Prices 25v. 50o, 75c.
Owing to the great success
of our special sale of Books
for Children, it will be con
tinued for a week.
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Wonderful Motion Pictures bring
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Two changes each week.
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For Pent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
The Intcrscholastlc baseball lenguo
met last night, admitted St. Louis,
and arranged a schedule of games.
This schedule will allow each team
to play each of the others three
With the exception of the gamo on
tyuy 22 at Punahou, which will start
nt 2 o'clock, all double-headers will
Btart at halt-past one, and single
games at half-past three, promptly.
Tno following Is the schedule:
April 24, Saturday Knnielmmc-
lia campus: High School vs. Puna
hou; Kami, vs. St. Louis.
April 26, Monday Punnhou cam
pus: Kiims. vs. High; Punahou vs.
May 1, Saturday Knmchameha:
Saints vs. High School; Punnhou vs.
May 3, Monday Punahou:-Karri
Mny G, Wednesday Punahou:
Punahou vs. High School.
May 8, Saturday Knmchameha'.
Punahou vs. Saints; Kams vs. High
May 10, Monday Punahou:
Kams. vs. Punahou.
May 12, Wednesday Punahou.
Saints vs. High School.
Mny 15, Saturday Kamehnmc-
lm: High School vs. Punahou;
Kams vs. Saints. '
May 17, Monday Punahou:
Knms. vs. High School.
Mny 19, Wednesday Punahou:
Saints vs. Punnhou.
May 22, Saturday Punahou:
Saints vr. High School, 2 o'clock.
Mny 24, Monday Kamchamcha:
Punahou vs. Kams.
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Two Ball Games
Tlio Ilcach , team-beat tho All-Stars
hy 8 to G In the opening game of the
Kaplolanl League last Sunday. Doth
teams scored four runs In tho first
Inning; tho Stars made one In both'
fifth and eighth, and tho Iloach team
mado one In tho fifth and thfco In
In tho second game the AU-Ila-walls
defeated tho Tokiwas by IS to
2. Tho All-Hawalls scored In every
Inning, and had moro or less of an
cany Job. Tho Tokiwas made ono run
In tho second and again ono In the
Tho first ball was pitched by Cap
tain C. II. Cottrell, tho president of
tho league, nnd Vlco President John
P. Sylva batted, making n blnglo.
Thoro wcro qutto a numbor of spec
tators, and tho first gamo was Very
Interesting; the second was too one
sided to ho enjoyed.
' 8 a
There was a meeting of the
Ilegattn Committee of the Hawaii
Yacht Club tills morning In tho Com
mercial Club rooms nt 8 o'clock. All
yachting mon wcro requested to at
There was n big league baseball
meeting In Krank Thompson's Oftlco
nt 12:30 today.
Tho Marines and St. Louis College
pfny a game of baseball this after
noon at Atkinson Park, starting at
2 o'clock shurp.
Tho Junior handball tournament
nt tho V. M. C. A. will Start Tues
day, April 27. Mr. Bmlth has pro
scntcd a prlro of cither a pair of
cloctrlc-solo boxing or running shoes,
as the winner may doslro. Tho tour
nament Is open to any mombo'r of the
Association under 18 years or nge.
Any bicycle rider who wishes to
compote in the 11-mtlo race on June
11 Is requested to communlcato with
Dr. Hand at tho Y. M. C. A.
Thoro will bo a 2G-yard swimming
race brought oft at the Hotel Hatha
on Saturday afternoon, April 24
This race Is to decide a protest lodg'
ed hy Mr. Obs during the Y. M. C. A.
nquatlc sports meeting over a year
ugo. Dr. Hand has the first and sec
ond prizes, which consist of gold and
silver medals, and ho wishes to hand
them over to the winners. Any con
testant who falls to put In an appear
ance will forfeit his claim to the
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letlri office. "n'
on sale at
Secretaries or other author
' lied representatives of cluks
' are asked to send la a list at
rente, scheduled by them, that
they nay be .included la the
program. Address all commu
nications to the flpo'rtlrif Edi
tor, E t e n 1 n II u 1 1 e 1 1 n .
Apr. 26: Cavalry vs. Fort
Apr. 26: N. O. II. vs. Mar
ines. Road Race
Apr. 17: Y; M. C. A., flvo
Apr. 18: League Orounds.
Apr. 25: Team.
Track la Ready
Thoro wcro only, a half dozen run
ners out at the ball grounds yester
day afternoon, but theso men did
some good work. Tho track. In fact
tho whole ground. Is In Ono condition.
.the grasses mowed short and looks
better than ever It fold. Posts for
running tho boundary ropes through,
nro In place, nnd tho matter of fixing
things will only be a matter of an
hour or so.
Most of the men yesterday ran
about ten miles, but ono runner after
cutting out twenty Mps enquired, It
ho had yet finished eight miles. On
being InfoFmed that ho had only cov.
ored half that distance, he decided
to. take n rest. The rest of the bunch
alluded to this ''long-distance" man
us "Longboat tho Second."
Tho athletes ran very even Japs
yesterday, that Is as' tar as time cocs.
Although not running in pairs,,' In
fnc,t someDien wcr;travcllng tloft.
handed and others right, tho laps
were reeled off In us.closo to 8C sec
ontls as possible. "Longboat the Sec
ond" cut out a lap In' 70' seconds
dud then retired. r
Jackson had nut put In an appear
anco up till G o'clock, but' ho prob
ably did .his work after dark. There
were a number of men put Walklkl
wny last night, and -most bt them
ran around the Kaplolanl track a few
Tho greatest Interest Is being work
ed upall through tho country, and
me coming Marathon should bo a
hugo success. Tho account of tho
great race on tho mainland which
wnB won by St. Yves, tho Frenchman,
Illustrates tho uncertainties of long
distance running. The Frenchman
was not thought to have a chance
against Dorando, Longboat, nnd
Shruhb, and tho thrco Btars allowed
tho small man to get a big lead on
them, thinking, of course, that St.
Yves' would come back to them. How
ever, tho Frenchman ran up to his
great reputation nnd sprinting finely
at tho finish won easily.,
St. Yves put up a world's record of
2 hours 40 minutes fiO 3-5 seconds,
and this marvelous time should stand
for n long time. When ono conoid-
era tho fact that tho mainland event
was run on a track that took twelvo
laps to measuro a mile, It seems fcas-'
Iblo to Imaglno that our local peda
might put up remarkably good time
on the ball-ground track, which Is so
Kach competitor In the big race
on Sunday will liavo two signs, show
ing his numbor one on his back and
ono In front. This will simplify mat
tcrs a lot for both the officials of tho
race nnd tho spectators, Kvory run-
nor will be given thrco passes to tho
ground, one tor himself and two for
attendants. The passes art) obtain
nblo at the Hawaiian News Company
storo, and will bo given out on Fri
day and Saturday,
Contestants must bo examined by1
a doctor, nnd Dr. Walters will under
take this duty free ot charge. It tin
ners can, of course, be examined by
any doctor thoy like, but they niuflt.
nroduco a certificate before tho raco.
The attendants of each contestant
must bring their own towels, spong
es, buckets, etc.
Jack Scully Is hard at work on the
dotnlls ot tho race, such as arranging
for timekeepers, etc., and feels confi
dent that, given a fine day, a record
crowd will attend tho Marathon.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
(tc., manufactured by the Dulletln
By Hour or Trip.
6. C. Beokley, Jr.
7H0NB 109, .
After nil tne cricket match be
tween the local team nnd tho crew
of the Dolbardcn Castlo did not come
off on Saturday, It appears that tho
shlpmen did not turn up In force, nnd
consequently the gamo had to bo
abandoned. However, those present
had some much-needed practice, and
nn enjoyablo afternoon was Bpcnt by
It Is a pity that some hitch seems
to have occurred In connection with
the ntatch'agalnst' the sailors, ns most
peoplo thought tno Dolbnrdens would
turn the table1 oh the locals at their
second meeting. If It wcro not pos
sible to arrange matches now and
again, with a certainty ot their com
ing off, It would probably be better
to confine the games to mombers only.
Next Saturday there will bo a gen
eral muster of players, and teams
will bo picked on tho ground. This
Is a good scheme' and many a man
will turn up for a gamo If he feels
there Is n chance ot playing.
Tho club has lost a real good man
In Vnns Agnow, who has been trans
ferred to another poBt on tho main
Innd. This Is much regretted, as the
"Doc" was n keen player, nnd always
showed the greatest Intorcst In the
game. tir. Iluchly finds It very dim
cult to spnre tlrrio for cricket nowa
days, ns his business responsibility
has Increased so much wlOi his now
a a u
Twelve runs' to two was tho wny
the Pacifies' put It over the Starllnes
In .tho final 'game or t;ho Seaside
Lcnnu,e on SiinUny .afternoon, There
Was no qcorlng-ln tho first, but tho
Pacifies made two In tho second nnd
Ave In tho fourth-. ' Ono more was
added In the- sixth, threo In tho
eighth, and one In the-ninth. The
Starllhes managed to make two runs
In the scVenth', and had to be content
with that, tho gamo ending as before
Allans, pitched good ball for the
winners, fanning no lew than eleven
men and not giving one n freo pass.
Arthur Knu put In good work as
catcher. Tho catcher ot the losing
Bldo went to bat four times, made
thrco blttglCB, and walked once; this
menus that ho mndo three hits off
three tlnjcs at bat.
A large crowd attended tho game
and groat was tho rejoicing when the
Pacifies won the match which made
Bwa Team Once
The much-debated game between
Kwa and Walanne teams came oft on
the Ewa. diamond on Sunday, and re
sulted after av 10-lhnlng scrimmage,
In favor of tho Kwas; Hcoro 3-2. It
was ball ot tho classiest and tho ex
citement ran high at nil times, be
tween 300 or 400 peoplo viewed the
game. This game keeps Kwa unbeat
en as yet, and the boys arc naturally
The Wajanao boys played a fine
game; about sixty or seventy people
camo to cheer them on to victory, but
It wns not to be.
Tho toams were:
Ewa Clarli, p; Fernandez, c; (llr
vln, lb; Pla(n, 2b; Joe Ellas, 3b;
JJenlo, bs; Joe Trnvens, If; Jan. Lalng,
cf; J. W. Vanhatta fcapt.), rf.
iWalnuae - A, Simpson, p; John
Moycr (capU, c; It. fllllllnnd, lb;
W.yllush, lib;Goo. Moycr, 3b; J, Lo
pez, bs; K. UIbIiI, If; F, Lopez, cf; J.
Munilon, rf. ,
Umpire Ootn Paul Hums.
Standing of Teams
P. W. Pet.
Ewa . . . ,fc.v..i'. . 3 3 l.flofl
Wulanno . ... 3 2 .(Alf.
Walalua 3 1 .333
Alca , 3 0 ,000
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"Yes, sir," boasted tho hotel pro
prietor, "that dog's tho host rat-catch-In'
dog In tho Stato."
Even as ho spoko two big rats scur
ried across the office, floor. Tho dog
merely wrinkled his nose.
"Rat dog!" -scoffed tho traveling
ntnn. "Look nt that, will youl"
"Huh!" snnrtod the landlnriL JIp
knows them- ItutJtyJiu.loLa-Blranjw
rat come In hero once! Everybody..'
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injury they hare produced in the stomach and bowels.
Stock may be given these medicines on the pasture
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"ANCE 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 k'ind of Bait to use.
Yes, there is a Moral, but if
you don't sec it you wouldn't
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