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EVBNING BULLETIN, HNWiHJ,T. It., SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1909.'
ALCOHOL 3 PDU nrwT
ness nm icmjcoxisui sen
For Infanta and Chlldron.
The Kind You Have
Aperfctl Bawdy forGaisflssi
Hon, Sour StodU)UntaJ
TaeSirass Stfasntrt of
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Bitot Copy of Wrapper.
TMS WTtUII MMN. RAW ITT
Soap is for the
is for the house.
It makes the kitchen floor
shine like a brass plate
in the sunlight. The
people who began using
year ago have continued -to
use it ever since, be-
it involves less
than 'any other
If your grocer cannot
supplv you do not accept
a substitute. There is
nothing quite so good
and Fred L. Waldron
Telephone 12 or the
Honolulu Soap Works
Co. will fill your order.
Rush For Spoil
It wns closo on 9 o'clock, nml tlic
pale moon had nhout made up her
mind to net; lovers were scarce nml
the doings of the Marathon ruminiH
Interested her not; no slowly, she
the moon dipped down bejond tint
horizon. Hut what was that una
saw us she was nhout midway gone?
Well, to tell tho truth, that wns Just
about what everybody In the vicinity
of tho Wnlklkl Inn was speculating
Wowl A BChool of fish!" yelled
ono dlsclplo of Isaak Walton, who
Imagined tho world was slmi'ly e
fish-pond manufactured for his cspc-
clnl benefit, "And n blanky big one.
too," ho added. "Hatst1 remarked ft
friendly volcb, "It Is something
nfloat." Visions of cadovera statu
ones floated over the thlnk-tnn'-u of
somo of tho bunch, and Bovcrni par-
tics meandered off licdwards. "No,
that Is not a stiff," cried snmeone,
nml then a popular Honolulu dentist
electrified everyone by colling out,
"I've Been nmbergrls before, and
that package out thcro looks very
like it to mol"
Everybody woke up with u Elnrt
oven a tired newspaperman always
looking for copy Joined In the rush
that set In seawards. Delightful
thoughts took possession of most of
tho hunch; what It It really were
ambergris! What tort of a time
would the fortunate finder have!
There must bo nt least 120,000 worth
In such a largo lump.
It was a flno raco along the beach
towards the Moann. and although
soma of tho Marathon features were
missing, some remarkable tlmo was
put up by the niomona brigade. One
would-be Jackson hit a buoy that
llos halt-burled In tho blind and
loud and deop wcro his curses as he
again gathered up speed.and dashed
into tho water. ..Poor buoy!
r Tho, dentist won by a'nostrll, and
tho engineer' ran aMead"heai .with
tho Bcrlbe. Tho bank clerk ho of
the buoy incident finished with tho
rest of the Inn bourdcrs, all vln va
bunch. "It's mlno sure!" yelled the
Doctor as he grabbed for tne'treaa
i ir a "K'nt liv u tin-fur. I have . a
snv In this layout." sn uttered UiQ
newspaperman as bo tried to getrldj
or about a gallon or seawnicr,
"What's your gaiuof" cried thd'ijn'
glncer. "Why, I saw the crltnuotf
thing first." Tho rest of the board
era watched the contest with ljnted
breath. Who would win"! And
would tho fortunato Individual blow
himself and clvo tho bunch ft treat!:
At tho Instant of the dentist Ualm
Ing the prlzo something warned tho
rest of the bunch to only nrritt'sl
against tho ownership of tho tropu),
and to allow the tooth-doctor to'con
vey the coveted "ambergris" ashore.
Tho "Doc" shortly after touching tho
floating object, turned around In tho
water and remarked in n tired volco,
"It's yours, Hill; you saw It first."
lllll at onco denied that nu nnd seen
Secretaries or ether author-
lata reftrsjieaUtlvM at clubs
are aataSd ,U Mod la a list at
ran, Maeaulad than, Hat
thay-may b. Included In tha
prairaa. Addraea all eaasMi-
lMttnna in tha ftnnrlfn TML
'tor, T n 1 n f Uullatla.
Apr. 17: Y. M. C. A., flva
Apr; II; Lwrit Grounds.
Apr. 18; Ewa vs. Wnlanao.
Apr, 2t: Cavalry va. Fort
Apr. 26: N. O. If. vs. Mar-
Apr. 2S: Team.
Five Mile Road
- Race Run
The llve-mllo road rnce under thu
auspices of tho Y. M, C. A. will bo
run (his afternoon, ana a start will
be niuuv. ui 3 o'clock from the corner
of Alakcn nnd lloretanla streets. En
tries clone at 2:6 sharp, and only,
thOko who ate members of the Y. M.
O, A. and under eighteen years of
age arc nllawed to compete. The
first prlzerlsja medal and has been , provided that he does not leave
M. E. SILVA
Undertaker and Embalmer
All business entrusted in my oare will receive
prompt and polite attention. I have a parlor
where funeral services can be held or bodies leapt
1120 FORT ST. P. 0. BOX 820.
PHONE 170. NIGHT CALL 1014.
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
donated by Dr. Hand
Eight entries are In so far, and It
Is thought that this number will bo
Increased by. men who will put in
their nnniea it the starting post. Tho
runners njnu nave airetiuy emprcu
are Harold Ndtt, Karl and Kmll
Klemme, 'Oaasar Bllva, Alvln Bllva,
Manuel Bctellho,, ilcrrlck Drown,
and Kenneth .Long.V .,
Dff tand'tstva.thnt.ha.hope' the
raco wUt he runIn -about. 36 mln
utesrhe'eloes hbt.wfsh to aee a'hesit-
boya In nnv war. and' trusts that an
tfrer-iteady gait wlilbe'Jrialntalned
right through' tha'run:
; Should this aftemoonfa race be a
success'' and there-seems no reason
why It shouUVnoJ., Or. llaid'wlil
Kpring on a nvi-muo race m nnpio
latil trncK wnue tne v. m. u. a.
Marathon Is being fun down ,to ' Mo
ahalua and back," on June 11. The
Jouths who aroto compete In today's
rond raco are all In good condition,
and a close and moafoxclttng contstt
8 M) r
At Kap Park
Thcro will be two games of tho
Kaplolnnt League played off tomor
row. Tho first tussle will bo between
Tho following are tho rules to
govern the Marathon race tomorrow.
These have boen compiled from a list
sent on from tho' Const, which ar
rived in tho mall Thursday.
1 Each competitor shall present
himself nt the league grounds not
later than noon on Sunday.
2 Each competitor shall bo pro
vided with n medical certificate of
(Uncus which he must present at tho
number station before ho Is provided
with his numbers.
3 The number station will be un
der tho tent in the renter of the
track. Each competitor will an
nounce, his name In turn, present his
certificate, nnd receive two numb.rs
and four safety pins'. Thcso num
bers must bo pinned "squarely" on
tho chest and back with a pin nt
each corner so that the numbers can
be plainly seen by the Judges and
4 Each competitor will be nllow-
cd two assistants. (Jhe assistant will
be permitted inside tho centor of tha
track nnd may follow bis principal
nnd hand him refreshment at any
stage of the race provided that re
freshrnent does not' consist of drugs.
The other assistant will bo stationed
at the general Kokua stand, which
will be below the grandstand.
6 A competitor may leave the
track at any tlmo provided ho does
m wiinoui assistance ana may re
turn at any time without assistance.
Bots and Worms Specific
Tht ramediaf not only caum tha tvaouatlon of thai
tronblasome petto, but thay daatroy thtm and claan up the
injur thav bar arodnoed in the stomach and bowili.
ttook may bt riven thea medicines on tha
without handling, or while at work.
Obtained at Laaaln Dnjnriiti, or
Pottie & Sons, Honolulu
I0TSL AMD FORT STREETS.
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POLLARD'S No. I CO.
Seat on tale at
Saturday matinee and evening.
Monday Evening, April 10th, and
Wednesday Matinee & Evening, 21st.
BBRGSTROM'S 25e, 50c, 75c, SI.
It at nll-ln fact, closing his eyes, the Jlylands and Toklwns and will
ho swore ho could not see It ovon
Urged by tho crowd of pajama-clnd
guosts of tho Inn, tho "Doc" propell
ed the treasure-trove to land, and In
tho beams of tho electric light, dls
cuercd It to be an old discarded mat
tress allvo with a cortaln small creat
ure that exorcises dogs. If any ono
wishes a very painful and sudden
denth ho has only to drop in and see
Doctor but, no, It's not playing
the game to divulge his name.
Coughs Up Carpet Tack. Chardon,
Oo., April 8, Elton Parker, 0 years
old, son M Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. Parker,
has coughed up a carpet tack that had
lain Imbedded near his lung for thfeo
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PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.'
TAZO OINTU1NT is guaranteed,
to cure amy case ot Iteaiar., Blind.
Bidding or Protruding Piles in 6' to
iidays or money refunded. Made by
PARIS MEDICINE CO.. Saint Louis, naaa ce
U. SofA. .
start at 1:30 sharp, noth teams
consider tho result a foregone con
clusion, and of course each bunch
thinks they are "It." When this
feeling Is present thero' Is always a
keen resulting match and thero can
he no doubt that thero will be a lino
Tho second gamo will start at
3:30, nnd will uo between tho Ha
walls and, Reach teams. Tl)ls also
promises to be a great struggle, and
should bo well worth watching. The
Kaplolanl League ball games aro at
tracting a lot of. nttentlon, and as
tho series progresses! .large crowds
will probnbly attend the different
games. The Itesch team Is thought
to have a first-class chance of win
ning out in the long run, but the
other teams are ndt to be denied a
say In tho competition, and right
through the season there will be good
IRK eattorlsl rooms 358 suit
Thaaa ara in a ielMhant
pumbara af tha srullatfn" oflloa.
By the Hour or Trip
G. C. BECHXEY, Jr..
AT VON HAMM-YOTJNG OARAGE. PHONE .10p.
open grounds, Any competitor en
tering tho dressing-rooms during tha
race will be Immediately disqualified.
6 Only one assistant my handlo
a competitor. That Is the assistant
Wo Is stationed at the Kokua place.
He may rub down his principal and
may administer any kind ot refresh
ment provided that the latter does
not-take the form of any drug. Any
assistant who has a hypodermic ayr-
inge, or any restorative drug, except
straight' smelling salts, will be im
mediately ejected from the grounds
and his principal wilt bo disquali
7 Any runneri who Impedes or
b'urnps into another runner will bo
immediately disqualified. If the as
sistants or partisans of any runner
Imped, obstruct, or hump Into nny
ottfer runner, he will be Immcdlntoly
8 AH competitors who present
themselves at the league grounds at
noon on Sunday, April 18, without
n doctor's certificate on application
nt tho number stand w.ll have their
entrance fee returned; but will not
bo permitted to enter tho race,
9 Any disqualification of tho
Judges will not be mado official until
after tho approval of the referee.
This decision will be absolutely final
nnd any runner disqualified will un
der, no circumstances bo permitted
to return to the track.
10 Runners In passing other run
nera at tha turns must not force their
opponents onto the rope. Any hust
ling or tough work at the turns will
Mail for Immediate disqualification
of the offender.
11 The prlies will be awnrded
according to the list ot winners giv
en by the Judges. Prizes will be dis
tributed at E. O. Hall & Son's storo
the day following the race. All thoso
who come In In the Orst ten will bo
ibxpocted to state, their preferenco
for cash, medal, cup, or morchin
dlso after tho raco to Mr. Chns Hart
lott, clerk ot tbo course,
Tho University Oluli baseball nino
will try concluilorSs'Vilh tho Punn-
Ihous this dfteriiooh.v'.The'Unls havo
goi togotnor a strong combination,
and Arnold-Wltliamsun wlfl bo their
battery. Chi llui'jind-Loti'wIII pro!-
uuiy uui as iiicuer ana caicner lor
tho Punah'oiis. This game Bhould bo
n fast and 'exciting one. and tho Pu-
riahous ought to be nblo to make tho
older mon extend themselves. On
paper tne varsity team looks ory
strong, but. It remslns to be seen how
they will stack up oh the diamond
Castle Is playing first base, nnd Is n
good man in tnnt position. The lino
up Is as follows;
Punnhous Chi llul, ,c; Lota, p;
I.owrcy, 2b; Slrjg Chong, ss; Hoogs,
2b; Tbwnsend, If; Will Deshn (cup
talri), cf; and David White, rf.
University Club E. K. Arnold,
ci Wllllnmson, p; Alt. Castle, lb;
Abo' Lewis, 2b; .CUpeneeConke, u;
P. B. ffleelre, 2bT"riabbUt, If; Dick
Cooko, cf; and Will Roth, rf,
Sunday, April 18
TART AT 1 P. M.
, PRICES Grandstand, ?1 and 50c;
General Admission, 25o; Vehioles,
SI; Occupants of Vehioles, 50c.
Bale of tickets now on at Hawaii
an News Co.'t Store.
The Nbav Open-Alr Theatre.
LATEST MOVING PICTURES
LOTS OP PUN GOOD MUSIC
Two entrances: Panahl fit. ntu
The Popular Pavorit!!
MATINEE TODAY, "PALS."
Monday and Tuesday The great
costume play, "IH iwo Ultra-
Wednesday and Thursday "THE
t-j !u.7ti a V.ja 1 ai.
fiiiwTuu xcviurci anucu uj us
Wouderful 0SB0RN CHILDREN, in
New Line of Taking Bpeoialtiee.
The Beat Company Mr. Xlleford has
Ever Brought to Honolulu.
Seats now on sale at box office (or
all performance of the week.
Popular Prices 25c, 50o, 75o.
1 li LA i
Wonderful Motion Pictures brine-
Ing to view scenes from many lamb
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two ahanjtM eaek week.
THE GILDED FOOL
THE LION'S BRIDE
Entire chance of protrram threo
times a week Monday, Wednesday,'
Motion Pictures '
Changes Mondays, Wednesdays and
ADMISSION lOe. and 30a.
Their quality of tone and
touch have made them world
famous. The pianos have been
made in Italy and America
Hawaiian News Co.,
Agents. YOUNG BLDG.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
plaoe in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotal St. near Fort
Jack Boully. Jack Roberts.
Fort Street and Chaplain Lane
Open Air Moving
Picture Exhibition i
COMFORTABLE CHAIRS. j
Not an ill-smelling closed auditorium.
ADMISSION 10 and IS CTE ,J
Children 6 Cenbj
HOTEL ST. opp. KEKAULUB ST.
Change Every Monday
COLORED FILMS THIS WBBK.!
PRICE8 5 AND 10 CENTS
WING CHONG CO
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses.
Etc, Etc. All kinds of K0A and
Nuuanu and Hotel St. on site of old
IdlSfllON FURNITURE Made Te
M. A. Gunst & Co.'
FORT AND KING STREETS.
BULLETIN AD8 PAY
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