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with spike, suitable for a MARATHON RACE when
it is mn on a rtms track. Do not try any other, as on
pros you will slip book one foot while you are running
three, and the runner with spikes will beat you with ease.
Wc also have a flne lot of
Running Pants and Shirts
Also keep in stook RUBDOWN and everything els
needed for n MARATHON. Come in and look over our stook.
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Seats on sale at BERQSROM'S 25o, 60c, 75c, $1.
The Popular Favorites!!
Wednesday-Bud Thursday The
Pleasing Comedy, "THE AMERICAN
GIRL," Fearing the Osborn Children.
Friday and Saturday Joseph R.
Grismer'i Greatest Success "BEAC
ON LIGHTS." '
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.
Seats now on sale at box office for
all performances of the week.
Ponular Prices 25v, 50o, 75c.
Their quality of tone and
touch have made them world
famous. The pianos have been
made in Itcjy and America
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Children 5 Cents
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Changes Every Monday
COLORED FILMS THJfr WEEK.
PRICES 5 AND 10 CENTS
The New Open-Air Theatre.
LATEST MOVING PICTURES
LOTS OFTUN GOOD MUSIC
Two entrances: Pauahi St. near
Nuuanu and Hotel Bt. on site of old
Wonderful Motion Pictures bring
ing tq view scenes from, many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week.
"THE BLUE BIRD"
1100-Foot Hand-Painted Film
Entire change of program three
times a week Monday, Wednesday,
Changes Mondays, Wednesdays and
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jjje'Tor Pent" carp's on sale it
the Bulletin office.
Judging by the enthusiasm shown
nt the Yacht Club meeting last
night, tho coining season is going to
bo a stirring one. There were n num
ber ot nautical men present, and tho
greatest interest was- shown In ev
erything. J '
It was decided to havo the grand
opening ot tho yachting- season on
May 9, and It should bo an epoch
marking event. Arrangements aro
being mado to havo a public excur
sion to Pearl Harbor, and a general
reception on board tho Hawaii. Quito
n fleet of auxiliary craft will accom
pany thp yachts down to I'onrl Har
bor, and the visitors' will be trans
ported on theso boatB.
Tho prlco ot tickets has not yet
been settled, but probably 2. GO will
bo charged (or a doublo ticket that
will admit i lady and gentleman to
both tho cruise, and luncheon. A vis-
It to the (lovcrnmont works In thu
harbor will also bo mado and, taking
II altogether, a most enjoyable day
should bo spent. "
Tho first raco of tho season will bo
for tho Irwin cup nnd will bo sailed
on May 23. Tho courso Is from Ho
nolulu harbor entranco to Koko Head,
back to tho entranco buoy at Pearl
Harbor, and then back to Honolulu.
This event is open to all yachts of
tho club. Tho second race will bo
(or tho Cooper cup on Juno 0. TtiU
raco Is, for small craft only, and will
bo over tho Inside, courso at l'earl
On Juno 11a three-day crutso will
start for Kahulul, Maul, nnd this
should bo. ono of tho most pleasant
features of tho season. June 11 falls
on Friday, nnd consequently, tho
threo days' trip is possible. Probab
ly a raco will bo sailed up to Kahu
lul between tho Hawaii and tho Lu
ka; n committee of two' Was formed
to look after this matter.
Tho raco for .tho Governor's cup
on June 28 will bo open to all club
yachts, and tho courso will bo around
Onhu-sUrtlne and finishing ntf- tho
entranco to Honolulu harbor. As
July 4 falls on Sunday, a cruise has
been arranged to start on Saturday,
Jily 3. Tho yachts will Journoy to
Hnlelwn, whero tho hotel people will
mako all sorts of fine arrangements
for tho comfort of the yachtsmen.
"Tho Macfarlane. cup will be run
for on July 11, and Is open to small
yachts; tho courso is from Honolulu
harbor to Walklkl, to Pearl Harbor
entrnnce, and back to starting point.
July 2K was fixed as tho date, of tho
Ileckloy cup race, and It Is to be
sailed over a triangular course. It
will start at the entranco to tho har
bor, nnd thou to Diamond Head,
thenc to Pearl Harbor, and back to
During August, tho sea-wren so
rles of races for tho Spalding cup
will bo sailed. This cup wn pre
sented by Commodore. Rufus Spald
ing of tho South Coast Yacht Club
of Los Angeles, Probably five of
these races will bo held, nnd the
1st of August Is named for tho open
ing event of tho scries.''
The heanon will close with n raco
for tho Kalakaua cup and n handicap
for all ynehtB; each boat will be han
dicapped by tho Itcgatta Committee
according to Its record during tho
season- All races will bo sailed un
der tho measurement rules ot the
n n n
Big League Has
I.caguo ball wus discussed at a
meeting hold In Frank Thompson's of
flea yesterday afternoon, nnd a sug.
gcstlort was mado that tho Rapid Tran
lit people bo approached with regard
to taking over thjgrptuid and running
It. This was only a suggestion and
was not acted on formally.
A committee of four, two from tho
trustees and two from tho teams. Was
appointed to look Into thu pros'iiects of
big league ball this season. Messrs.
Whitney, Dowsott, Wise and 8tcqro
nro tho four selected, and tho opinion
was voiced that with three teams In
tho competition, nnd only one game
played during tho afternoon, baseball
uhould boom at tho grounds. Dia
mond Hoads, Punahous and St. Louis
would enter teams, and this lot should
give bomo good exhibitions nt ball.
It Is to bo hoped that something
comes of this matter nnd that tho u'all
grounds will soon onco more bo the
scene nf first class ball games. It Is
too bud to nnd things In such a mori
bund way as concerns big loaguo ball
Bulletin Business Office Phosre 258.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phon 185,
Secretaries or other author-
lied representatives ot clubs
art alKed to send la a list ot
vents, scheduled by them, that
they may be Included! tke
program. Address all commu-'
nlcatlons to the Sporttnt Edl-
tor, Evening II u 1'lYt 1 a .
Apr. 25: Cavalry vs. rort
Apr. 25: N. O. II. vs. Mar-
" Road Race
Apr. 17: Y. M. C. A., five
Apr. 18: League Grounds.
Apr. 25: Team.
Is Barred By
Local motorcyclists aro bemoaning
tho fact that tho Kniilolaul track Is
In such bad order. And, after all. It
would cost so little to fix tho course
up In good style. Why, tho cost of
one. automobile outing, such ns that
mado by tho legislators, to tho Jap
anese warships, would have gono a
long way to Improve tho public park.
Kvcn Derrick and llcrgcr, the dare
devil riders, feel chary at getting up
full speed on tho track- In its pres
ent condition, nnd when these two
experts feel dubious, what about tl'e
average riders? Knplolanl Park
track could be made one of tho best
nt a very small expenditure, nnd it
scorns n pity that the road should bo
allowed to got Into such bad repair.
Visitors to Honolulu always toko
a run out and around tho park In
automobiles, and It gives them a bad'
Impression to see tho Htnte of, affairs,
th'at at present exists. . "Motorcycling
Is n most exciting sporf. and some of
th'o races brought off In the past have
been as, good as could, be seen any
where. Mrl'Pratf of'tho Rapid Tra'nt
sit Is nn enthusiastic admirer of the
small machines, and also does aMot
of riding himself, He, for ono, would
like very much to see tlio game boom
In Honolulu, and Is willing nt all
times to give all tho assistance In
his power to push the sport along. It
Is to be hoped that the Kaplolnnl
track Is fixed up botore It gets' be
J n n -
As tho day for tho great Marathon
raco approaches, the excitement Is
Increasing and nil sorts ot tips and
stories of wonderful times oVcr tho
course nro uying arounu. i no mor
velous record mado by 8t. Yves In
tho mainland race has surprised ev
eryone, and muih speculation Is be
ing indulged In as to how tho local
men will stack up against tho star
Jack Scully Is linrd nt work fixing
up the' details of the big race, nnd
has soloctcd a flne lot ot officials.
Senators Moore and. Chllllngworlh
and Waller Drake will bo tho Judges.
Mayor Kern will act ns starter, and
Charles Hartlett will be clerk ot the
courso. W. H. Smith, M. Thurlow,
II. M. Ayrcs, and three others, not
yet selected will be timers. O. V.
Jnklns, a well-known Hllo sports
man, handles tho scoring boards, and
will bo assisted by a staff of boys.
Ample space has been provided for
the runners In tho dressing rooms,
and loungCB for the tired nnd ex
hausted men nro ready to recelvo
their burdens. Tho usual crowd of
youtns wno line tno rencoatail big
rhcotings at tho ground will havo to
dig up'at'lcast two-bits or miss tho
' A lot of mon'woro 6ut on tho track
yesterday, but a much greater num
ber rnn at Kaplolnnl Park. Tho
Walklkl road Is a scono of much
nctlvity every night, nnd a-alot nt
men aro also training for tho Y. M.
O. A. races things nro booming In tho
splkod-shoo lino. Tlckots for the
Marathon are going off fnst and It
behooves nnyono who wruits a good
seat to got a move on nnd visit the
Hawaiian News Company's store
The Weekly Edition of the evening
Bulletin gives a complete eummsry of
me news or me oy.
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
, PHONE 109,
The news that Ketchel is matched
to fight Jack Johnson Is amusing
when ono remembers what "I).irle"
said about tho former, when passing
through Honolulu. "What! Ketchel
going tO fight Jack O'llrlcn? Why,
Stanley has not got a chancc,ngnliHt
Uio Confessor," remarked "DuJJy,"
nnd then continued: "Ketchel Is only
n little follow, mi how, nnd I don t
know how ho got u match with
Well, Ketchel boat Jack O'llrlcn
nfter n real hard fight, and the Con
fessor seems to have reestablished
himself by tho game battle he put
up. Kvcr)one, even W W Nnugh
ton, tho great sporting writer, had a
good word to sny for the dofcatcd
pug. What chanco Ketchel has
ngnlnst LI'l Arth may be Bummed up
In ono word none. Johnson is nft
er "lemons' In the good old Tommy
Hums style, nnd Ketchel no doubt Is
quite content to stand a battering
for tho sake of the loser's end, nnd
the advertisement of having fought
for tho world's championship
Johnson Is keeping bis hand In for
the ono big battle of his life, nnd
that will be ngnlnrt Jim Jeffries, No
one who can rend the signs can havo
any doubt that that llstlc affair will
come off before long. Jeff will bo
forced by public opinion to tnke thn
negro on In tho squared circle, nud
then the greatest battle for many n
enr will bo seen. And Jeff won't
do n thing to Daddy. Oh, not
u n n
NEW MARATHON RKCOIID -Chi
cago, III. .March 2fi. A new world's
amateur Indoor record for tho Mara
thon distance of 2fi miles, 385 yards,
W.as set hero tonight by Sidney
Match ot tills city, when he won In
2:14:00 1-5. Thn former record was
2:54:00 4-5 ami 'was h6)d by Mntt
' It t n
BKASON'B MUST TRIPLi: Mem
phis, Tenn., March 20. Tho llostnn
Americans 'boat Memphis y.fytcjdayv
pulling off probably tho first triple
play of tho year when McConvlllo
caught a liner, relaying the ball to
Wagner nt second, who In turn re
layed It to Stahl nt first,
FRENCHMAN LOSES. Dcs
Moines, In., March 2C. Jesslo Rclin-
cr of Des Moines defeated Raorfl do
Rouen hero tonight In n finish wrest
ling match!) securing tho first fall In
31 minutes nnd tho second In 22 min
AND MOHAN MATCHED. -
Now Haven, Conn., March 2C Ow
on Moran of Engtnnd nnd FrnnUo
Nell of California hao been matched
to fight 12 rounds here on April 20
"Medals mean merit
Illfheet awards Chicago
1S9J; Paris 1900; St. Louis
1904; New Orleans 1885."
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LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most ponular
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The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort.
7ack Soully. Jack Roberts.
Bots and Worms Specific
These remedies not only cause the evacuation of these
troublesome piti, but they destroy them and clean up the
injury they hare prod need in the stomach and bowels.
Stock may be (riven these medicine on tho pasture
without handling, or while at work.
Obtained at Leading Druggists, or
Pottie & Sons, Honolulu
HOTEL AND F0RV STREETS.
Fine Grass Linen m fe at
YEE CHAN & CO.,
KEEPS CONTENTS RED HOT FOR 30 HOURS
OR FREEZING FOR 72 HOURS. '
An ice-cold drink or a
a day and a half from ice
night without havinc; to get
HIGH-CLASS PAPER-HANGING, DECORATING,
'"J. AND GENERAL PAINTING.
NCE there was a Hungry
Marrow ho 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.
Ycsf there is a Moral, but if
you don't sec it you wouldn't
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