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EVENIN'O BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., Pill DAY, Al'IlIL 1(5, 19011.
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ByffJs Pure Matt Whiskey j
is the Rrca'e'.t strcneth builder ami tonic stimulant known to medicine,
It attack-, ilie si.it of the disease, drives out the Rcnns and rebuilds the
wcakcncJ tissues, in a gradual, healthy, natural ni.mi.cr. It is an abso
lute cure and preventive of consumption, pneumonia, grip, bronchitis,
coughs, colds, malaria, low fevers and all wasting, weakened, diseased
conditions, if taken in tunc.
i It is invaluable for ovmiorhd
men, delicate women and sickh chil
dren. It strengthens and sustains
the system, is a promoter of health
and longevity, makes the old loung
and keeps the young strong.
CAUTION. Whei you ask yo-r
dni"cj.;.t. irecer or tfeilsr'ior Out,'j
Pne Malt Whls'y bs sure yoJ c
the gantlic t'.'i an absolutely e
mtli-ivsi in,-It whltkoy mi is tu.d i
.!:oj Le'.tlei only r-,er In lui
Look for thi trjto tr.ir's, iro 'J (I
Cr-cinic4 Oi the label nj m iko fur'
ths c-.-l c or tho cntk a urbro'-ei.
WrIU Ce.is.i t.i fj Phyiicijn Cut.y !A It
Whlokey Cc rocbestei V. Y. I,, b.
A., for i 'i sa illuitrjtarf mc-JIcal boo
1st and irt navies
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nicichan. BeforJ the vcr.i was out lie got the dollar hack.
Foiit- tiir.es in sit yea rs the dollar cam" hack lo him for
i . "lace, nnd thrc times he heard of it in ths paskets of
ii - ?ij;hboij. The k st time lie fot it back was four vcars
a.o " cent it to ft nail crdcr house. He has never s:en
that dollar since, Riid never will. That dollar bill will
n-rer pay ruiv r.ore sehcol or roa-l lax for'him, will never
bdild or brighten any of the homes of tin community. He
s n' it entirely out of the uccfulr.Ks to himself nnd his
M0PAL: Trade at vcur home hardware store, whers
vcm- dollar buys most anyway, and where you may get it
' able lo leave ons i l
Beef, Wine and iron H
is te best preparatioi Ic make rt weal: person stronp A
v.iil cadi the scat oi the troul-ls.
Benson Smith & Co., Ltd.,
1I0TLL AJID TORT STPSETS.
These remedies not only cause the cvacuntion of these
troublesome pests, but thiy destroy them and clean up the
injury thtjv hava prod uccd in the stomach and bowli.
Stook may be given these medicines on the pasture
without handling, or vhils at work.
Obtained at Lwidinrr Dnifftfists, or
Pottle k Sons, Honolulu
me wass Linen
K YEE CHAN & CO., King and Bethel Sts.
Mrs. I'.vclyn B. Hnrnnrd, of
KiiiKSton. N. Y., lolls how Duf
fy's Pure Mnlt Whiskey trans
formed her from weakness into
.ilrciiKlh after a terrlhlo nine
weeks' blecc of typhoid fever.'
She regards this medicine ns a
life saver for her. The follow
ing arc her own words: i
"I tcitir.l Huffy' l'ure Malt Whlitcy at a
life .icr fur nte. 1 had been iluwu nine
cW in the Cit' llospiul with the terrible
jij lever. Wlicn l was ummrgt-u u I
i re I uij very wnn nnj couui inimr
,-rul on my feet. 1 had read so miuh if I
ir mc.lltii e and lt cures that 1 rrnt-Uc-l to
nic it a fiir trial. 1 nmli three bottle, on
ihr utirt, in two wcrk. I wa able l walk
half a mile without Urine, anj I can really
ot I truly i ay it aet me from a relapie. I '
Mill krrn it In lh home, aa It I) the only
p .1 niMlclnr to hare around as A prMcntame I
in ativ kin I of mclcnrsi I hope yi-1 will pub-
lnh tSis. that other roiv know where to find
n nr.lninr tl it reillx In u.li merit. Voura
try truly. Mr. I VT.I.YN II. 1IAKNAKD, '
btullou U. llox ;;, Klugatou, N. Y." ,
T-'i jea.-s ro an Ailca County,
Knusas. I1.11.1cr pat h's initiab in a
dollar bill. The nest day he went to
tht nearest town and spent it with ft
, , ,. i .ii . ,. .iim ,iu.,. -jvaXJ
cxhauve'. condition and a tonic'
While and Blue, at
8Se a Yard
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The Mnr-alhiin rules, which came t"
liitiul ivjtuidiiy, vveru caKuily lend by
nil who eoulil uei near them. Tin- part
which lefe to nii'tllciil nisi, etc., vvns
iiuieli tllseusiii'il. nun Kuliuiuiiy n ...a
ii.nl to niiMii that ninn.iBlii whs ill
limwl. I'lrat liii'.ileiil Hid nuir-ly uiv-nlli-8
to ciniiilis, auil tlmt In ubout tliu
luiilylumulu the iiiiiihtji will have
iuoit that tlrc-sl reulliiB.
The sections ot the nil6x which In-
iliiest lital men uro im fulliiwn:
"An ritiinor who lnipcih'H Ilie prns
reus of another competitor will bo ilu-tl'ialllk-il.
In tho oanio wa, uny run
ifi who thall hnvo iittpniiited to Biiort
in iho unite, by cutllriK Herons or, b
im.ns hny ti.hur UltMiiB of lucotuotlon,
will ho (llBilii.illllPil.
Iho plneo of each competitor Is tie
tinnliK'il by lots. It thu niiinero aio
IOO Ulllllflt.113. U HI llli.ll- ........ uv
cnnllnii to leipilieiuetits will
.it iho Ktart.
Kaeh riimier Is entltletl to bo fol
Invnl b) a iwreon iMrrylni; tofresh-
im utu o.- one coiiiiiiIssIdiiimI to leiiiler
mm Just medical tilil during Hie course
... the ri.ee TI.Ih persi.ii may iiiiJer
no i rcuniolaiitcH llueetle the i minor.
.ml the kilter U l.i.niedlately dlsnuall-
lied should the fo.lower have Impelled
ilie pi.igii.-i8 of u competitor."
This Is all plain sailing, ami csliib-
.Mies the fiu-t that attendants limy
,i uli down their chargt-H whenever they
in the San Tranclsco Call's descrlp-,wlnil"K,ru"- ,
turn of the Marathon Derby, which' The Wnlanao band will play sclcc
was won by St. Yves, It Is stilted that tlons during the match nnd llnnd
l.niigboat blepped off tho track for master McrvJn Simpson has compos
nun minutes, mid wiih rubbed down by '(,,i ,, tlltty to be sung nfter tho slnugh
bis tialuuis. L nppc.irs fiom Ibis In-elih-ut
that nui.-MiKin, etc., Is allowed,
I Inn ;ih n man Is losing valuable tlluo
will i ln'iig rn'ibi-d down, it Is not
pi id,. Ii' in it 11..1 n men wl'l mall
,.iiim Ivor in (be privilege,
i 'Hie i nun. rs li.ito ml been liiini
bued Im tin- lug race on Sunday, und
s-ei.l fi. iht-r .It tells bale been
'flxi-il .ip Ji-lui Anderson will be mi
liuiiue . .mil will wield the bin luegii-'pln.iii-
mi Unit I'lirium- can bear what
'is doing. Charles Ciane has been ap
pointed timekeeper In place of Smith,
I who llmls he cannot olllclato in that
Th- lopo which will enclose- tho
(men Is ui be put Into position tomui-
. nnv. and seiernl small uatclieu of bad
Itiaek in.- to tie fixed up. lt cry thing
olso Is In good order and It only needs nko traps on Wednesday afternoon.
Ili.e weallur to make tho day n nieinor- iTho match, Vhlcli whs nt unknown
able oik. ... angles, was won after a close nnd ox-
Most of the iiiiiiits aro thoroughly ,,... ,1 ,. i ,,, n- l i
wound up now. and lit to run for f.lf ' "f,00"' ' J-W ""f-
Kliiuilom V. Qoiuei Is riiiiiilng Iti tlno Spalding nnd . fc. Wall tied with
style and Is one of those who will sure-1 Harvey In tho first shoot, nil threo
ly finish. 'Downey will also run well .men getting eighteen birds. In the
In the race niul lots of people think shoot-off Harvey got 9 out of 10, nnd
ihiit he will piovo to bo the ulllniato sp:,dlng 0 out of 12; Wnll only nc
w inner Prank. Schan,ch may bo re- lc0,ln,e( for c,B,lt hMli out ot cIeven
'li.l upon to put up a gioat urn. and It , , ,...,,.
would surprise no ono to see him in'"' ''roppcil out nt this stage,
win Couny Hayes runs In duo stylo Harvey and Spalding decided to
and cuts out the laps In fast time. It 'shoot on for tho "leg-In" for tho
V t lllil In all1ll(Tn ftril 1 nlilitttn If n tcm.t at n.t tliA fna ,lnnlillirf n
Mnrathoii winner In Hawaii was of tho
ui.ic inline ns tho famous mainland
l.ir;tiiiuu jueKSUii is in
lb-, r.ud feels confident that
beat all comers over the Ions
.latkson i'iclaii-3 that if any
"Marathon" Jackson Is In fine fct-
hat be can
le - iii do the dl-itnnce In 3 In u-d 15 m.ii
utes thai iiinnei, will win. 'Ihlameani
M,uu' juck i.now'B no can eat utit 111"
iiici; in , nine in ti t- iiiiiu U14U urn,
und this liifoinintlou leads one. U bo
line that the tlrst Marathon wlnuai-cr-i
cover tho ill-danco l.i Ies3 than
tluee nnd n half hours. And that Is
going eiimo considering our semi trop
ical climate. The folloning me the
entries nnd numbers:
. 1, .1. II. Kauohl; 1, Hooulu Maui
Kaal Kuolia; 3, Corporal Merrick, 5th
Cavalry, I. NMgcI i:. O. Jackson; S,
Ciiimey Hayes; (!, Frank' Mariposa'; 1,
Antiiuo Knoo; S, David Hnkuole; 9,
Frank Scharsch; 10, Wm. Forrest; 11,
V Johtiisd 12 I E. Dlr-lil; 13. H. ,egards linpdllng the guns, but with
Grace, It, -runk I.nos; IB, Vincent f ' , . .nncuco tho
domes, lfi. (leorgo Knhaulello; 17, T. ' I0 , mnr. we0KB , .l'rn",co l"
Ilownev; 18, Dal Kahoy; 10, Win Kti- bo''' m,'' ,0 " ,ea,ly to P,ve un ox'
iihantil- 20 1'hlllp Contrndes; 21, II. hlbltlon drill.
M Aies; 22, J. Honiin; 23, J. M. C.i- j
liima. 21, James Knopuiina; 25, C. K. i Tho Senior Cluss of tho Kaniehn
rhailUj. 20, J. Cruno; 27, E. Olson; mchn School will give a minstrel per-
...... L.. ' .- ' .ucltn,,! Lull TIia linvB httvn lipnn ni-
Aitieit Ar.i.i; ij, ucorgo Kano.i.
It it II
Secretaries or other nuthor
s Ued rsprosantstires vof clubs
O art nvked to send Is a 1 let of
erents, scheduled by them, that
they may be Included In tin
proersin. Address ull commu
nication! to the Sportinc Kdl
tor, Evening llullotln.
17: V. M. C. A., flvo
18; League Grounds.
18: Kwu vs, Wulanac.
Cavalry rs. Fort
N. G. II. vs. Mar-
Good Ball Game
The unbeaten llwn baseball team
will try conclusions with Wninnao
on Smitlay next. The same, will bo
played on the Witlannc diamond, and
ercitt prcpnintlmiii uro lieliiB mntle
by tho Ewn biinch lo celebruto In
style the anticipated victory. DnBC
bnll Magnate V. Leslie West feels
unifldcnt that his bos can repeat
the HekiiiK hey gave tho Walnnne
crowtl last Sunday, nnd, on thu other
hand, the way-buck bunch arc do
lermlncd to avenge their defeat or
know tho reason why.
A special tar has been engaged by
tho Kwn plncr niul rooters, and
tome sixty or neventy fans will niuko
the trip by tho 0. It. & L. trnln to
Wiilanae. The game which will bo
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stir up enough excitement to keep
(he mill going for n week without
Mr. West, who Is ono of tlieOtecn-
m of jasuball funs, niul who ntmted
h ,,,, lla8cball League,
W1'l'' "'"'Hy die of heart failure If
his boys went down 111 defeat. It
was mainly owing to his efforts nnd
expert advice that tho Kwas pulled
tl,P,olveK tcicnther In tho nlxth
,minR M Sunday and niado tho
Icr of tho Innocent Kwans. Tho
pong starts with "They Got It In tho
Neck Wow!" and goes on to relate
In advance what happened to tho
visitors from Kwa Oh, yes; there Is
going to be a hot time on Sunday at
8 it It
Tho Hawaiian dun Club held Its
jwcekfy challenge shoot at tho Knkn-
out of 10, was declared tho winner.
T,108e wccltIy BllootB nre lle)d ovcry
Wednesday, and great Interest Is
shown In the matches. Tho general
public Is cordially Invited to attend
the tegular shoots of the Club, nnd
the trip eeitnlnly well icpays ono, for
most of tho membeis mo expert gun
o NEWS NOTES FROM
Thcro wbb n huge crowd of town
folks out to sen tliu Kainelininelm Ca-
'Ids go thiough u dresa parade drill
on Sunday afternoon. The Cadets
nio not in first-class shnno yet ns
.school hall. Tho boys havo been ru
'hearsing during tho last two weeks
, and expect to mnUo n good showing
. on Saturday evening. Tickets nre
. on snle nt thu school office, SOc nnd
. 2Sc each.
' Thcro was n practice baseball
game between tho first and second
teams of Kanichainelia School on tho
school grounds Thuisday afternoon
at 4 o'clock, Tho baseball diamond
bus Just been put In good shape
leady for the basoball series.
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I WALKS TO CHICAGO. Chicago.
III., April 6, Walking on nn ver
ngo of DO miles a dny, George Kufcr,,
a New York pedestrian, has arrived
here from New York and plans leav
ing Immediately on a return wnlk.
Ho covered tho dlstnnco In CO days,
30 days ot nctunl time, nnd Is appar
ently In good condition,
i By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beolrley, Jr.
i,t it it it it ti it H it it tl tt it it it
i AMUSEMENTS I
r. tt tt tt tt it n it it i: u ti tt u tt ti -i
Tho Opera House was well pcoplo.1
last night with n mighty enthusiastic
aggregation of theater-goers. "Check
ers" made n great lilt. Alfred Gould
lug was thcro with 1Mb funny lines so
cleverly, and so smoothly that ov'eiy.
body hnd to laugh.
Alf. doubling and Tcddlo McNamnra
had nl thu work, Uouldlng took tho
part of Checkers, tho youth with si ort
Ing proclivities and Tcddlo was tho
tough tout with a beo In his bonuit to
hand everybody n different sttcr nnd
so mako a lilt somewhere down the
Tim gieat scene in the play was
when Checkers has wagered tho llfly
dollar gold piece given to him as n
souvenir by the girl of his lientt, on nn
outsider nt odds of 100 to 1. The girl
appears on tho sceno Just as tho horses
aro lenvlng tho slnrtlng post. Thcro
Is n little embracing nnd then her
fnther drags her away If Hcmors.,
tho horFo that Checkers has but on,
wins the race, he will have Iho neces
sary flvo thousand dollars without
which her father will not consent to
his mnrrtngo with his daughter.
Tho old man drags his daughter
nwny and then Checkers, with his back
to the race-track, not daring to look to
see which horso is ahead, commences
to pull for the liony that carries his
wnd. Gouldlng surpasses himself In
HiIb scene. Ho throws nil repression
to the winds nnd yells llko n big col
ored man shooting craps and calling
for his number to turn up.
Mnny nro booked for tho perform
ance tomorrow. Next week there will
bo vaudeville at tho Opera House. This
will bo on Monday night nnd on Wed
nesday mnttlnee nnd evening. Next
Thursday they will open with "Fun on
tho Ilrlstol," nn excellent vehicle for
the best songs nnd dances thnt theso
clover young nctors hnvo In their rep
ertoire, "BEACON LHiHTS"
"Hencon Lights," tho piny which
tho Ullefords will produce at the
Orphcum tonight, Is possessed ot
much literary merit, and Is filled
with numerous situations of sulll
clcutly striking nature to keep 'the
interest of the audience, up to tho
highest pitch from the first rise, to
tho final fall of tho curtain. I)cslies
this, tho piny seems to have a special
adaptation to the peculiar talents of
the Ellofords. Tho story ot tho play
deals with the attempted stealing of
a very valuable mine from a widow
and her boy, but which Is frustrated
by an honest miner and an Army
captain. Tho action takes place In
New Mexico on the mainland and Ib
In flvo strong and Interesting tacts
which are full of comedy and laugh
nblo climaxes. Ono of the principal
scenes Is thnt of tho 'smugglers' ro
trcat nnd tho thrilling rescue by a
detachment oMIio United States sol
diers. This net will be participated
in by the regulars. New and pleas
ing specialties will bo glvijn by the j
clover unborn children,
At tho matinee tomorrow after
noon by request the comedy drnma
"1'nls. llox olllce open daily except
Sunday from 10 o'clock for the sat'
a. nTcampbell is
A, N. Campbell of tho Henry Wn
terhouso Trust Company was yester
day appointed tiusteo of tho Camp
boll estate In place of J. O. Carter,
deceased. Mr. Campbell vvns nnmed
by the Court on tho nomination of
his co-trustees, Hon. Cecil Drown and
II. M, von Holt. The trustees, as
now constituted filed the required
bond of 1 12fi,000 through the United
States Fidelity and Guaranty Co.
Tho Campbell estato Is one of the
largest and most wealthy of the Ter
ritory and Mr. Campboll's appoint
ment Is ninrked recognition of his
propiletnry medicines under n I.ntln
uiimu, charging for tho written pre
scilptlon three times tho cost of thu
medicine, and do not hesitate, to con
demn that self-same mcdlclno It It Is
udveitlsed or mentioned by the public.
Tfiero aio, however, many honest
doctors who do not hesltato to openuly
recommend nnd prescrlbo such stand
ard remedies ns I.ydla E. Finkhnin's
J. J. Williams has the negatives of
Honolulu residences made by Mr. Eb
erts. Duplicates may be had, Ordor
by stroet and number.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 2S0,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phon 185.
Whitney & Marsh
We have just received From
BEST fc CO.
OF NEW YORK
A Sample Line of their
White Wash Dresses
CAKl, PASTRY, 000X118, ETC.
HADE IN O00D OLD GERMAN BTTLS.
StmpU anil Un Rooms, CULLMAN'S OLD STORE, Fort
The German Bakery
King 61., formerly SINGER'S.
W. H. ZIHMXRICAN, Prop.
231 Pairs of
So recently removed from their cases that
the odor of the wood clings to the wrap
pings. These goods were taken' from
the Hilonian on Wednesday and were
bought to sell at regular prices. They
are among the lot secured in New York
before we decided to close' out and are of
Newest designs from the best factories
and the bargains are unbelievable. Note
prices. Go elsewhere and compare values.
Order by Number Ou Sale Today
S029 6 PAIRS LACE CURTAINS $1.25 to $ .05
5016 6 . $1.25 " $ .65
5014 6 ' " " $1.25 " $ .65
5167 6 - " $1.00 " $ .50
5168 0 -" " " $1.00 " $ .50
6066 6 " " $1.00 " $ .50
2961 12 '" "' ,.." $ .60 " $ .45
5049 12 " " " $ .90 '" $ .45
6969 12 " " " $ .90 " $ .45
5146 6 " " " ' 7;.,.. $1.50 " $ .75
4278 6 " " "' $1.50 " $ .75
6828 0 " " " $7.00 " $3.60
2983 0 " " " " $1.50 " $ .75
7029 6 " " " ...,..$1.60 " $ .80
4259 6 " " " ', $1.60 " $ .80
0959 6 " " " '' $1.60 " $ .80
6421 6 " " " $1.00 " $ .05
4269 6 " " " $1.90 " $ .95
3057 6 " " " $1.90 " $ .05
5083 6 " ". , " $1.00 " $ .95
2413 6 u $2.50 " .tl.25
6411 6 " " ' .V.$2.50 " $1.25
01302 6 " " '" $2.50 " S1.25
2860 6 " " " $2.50 " $1.25
5894 6 " " . -iji' -i $2.50 " $1.25
7038 5 " " J?'''"'-- $7.00 " $3.60
6505 6 " " " $3.00 " $1.55
6498 6 " '.' fcV " v - $5-00 " S?.50
6464 6 " " aW "--, ' $3.00 " M.55 ,
6002 6 " .), '"?. 4J , $5.00 " $2.50
6075 6 " "'; ' - ' $5.00 " $2.50 '
7108 0 " " " $7.00 " $3.60
7056 6 r '-", '"";- $3.00 " $1.55
5800 6 " " i" ' $3.00 " $1.55
6918 6 " "t " $5.00 " $2.50
5303 4 ' . .... $5.00 " $2.50
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.,
ALAKEA . STREET
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