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VBNINO BULMVtyN, nWQJiVLf , T, II., TUESDAY, Amtli 20,-1909.
Bots and Worms Specific
These remediss not only cause the evaluation of these
troublsiome ptsts, hut they destroy them and clean up the
injury thsy liars produced in the stomach and bowels.
Stock may be given these medicines on the pasture
without handling-, or while at work.
Obtained at Leading Druggists, or
Tor Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have
ALCOHOL 1 PBB rnw.
siMaflrs OKHmf inraM
ness nnd IfestToiitalai otbd
Hon , Sour StoDUrrWsI
IWM ndLOSS OTSfEIK
raeBWU Simian tf
MEW YORK. !
Copy of Wrapper.
Zt-sTfeTI gx Ten years ago an Allen Count;,
J? Kansas, fanner put his initials on a
FnTAVA1 dollar bill. The next day he went to
" 5 V Dl tne nearest town and spent it with a
merchant.- Before' the year was out he got the dollar back.
Four times in six years the dollar come bock to him for
produce,- and three times he heard of it in the pockets of
his neighbors. The last time he got it back was four years
ago. Ho sent it to a mail order house. He has never seen
that dollar since, and never will. That dollar bill will
never1 pay any more sohool or road tax for him, will never
build or "brighten any of the homes of the community. Ho
sent it entirely out of the usefulness to jhimsclfi" andh
neighbors. ' '
-"xjjwii'HOaAD"- Trade at-yourhonie-hardware-storerwhewr"
your aoiiar ouys most anyway, ancrwnercjyou may gei ii
-40c UP -TO
Capacity 100 to 800 cards.
AN ELEGANT NEW'A8S0RTMENT.
"Everything Photographio", Fort St.
NCE 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 kind of Bait to use.
Yes, there is a Moral, but if
you don't sec it you wouldn't
f r t itv
Takes It All
Sporting editor Evening Bul
letin ! Permit mo In Justice to
anlnjury done to the sporting editor
of the Advertiser a little spaco In
your valuabla columns to right the
wrong that I Indicted through the
nrtlclo lii yesterday's 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n .
Knowing the circumstances as I do
now, having been told by Mr. A. P.
Taylor that II. M. Ayrcs was tho por
pctrntor of tho deed, and not tho
regular sporting editor, I humbly
npologlzo (or my sad mistake.
Tho whole matter reflects on tho
one who committed tho deed; things
or that kind aro naturally expected
from that source. When, tlion,
should they tolerate such scribes
around a newspaper offlcc?
On the Impulse of tho moment nnd
feeling for the baseball bojs, who
have been so loyal to me throughout
my cntlro connection with baseball,
I could not allow tho Injury to go
by without protecting their Interests,
which I shall do at all times. In
touching once moro on tho matter,
it almost caused tho forfelturo of
both games; furthermore, there was
an article, left on tho desk of tho ab
sent editor which I Instructed my
official scorer, Mr. W. Tin Chong. to
give him, and whlcb was not writ
ten tin In Sunday morning's paper.
to my great surprise. The scorer'
himself did not show up on Sunday,
nftor reading of tho postponement.
Placo yourself In my position, I
feel suro anyono would havn acted
as hastily as I did, and knowing as
1 hiivo experienced In the past, you
can seldom get tho writer of nn ar
ticle by Inquiring at the paper of
fice, hence, this method has driven
tho, rat out of his hoje. My.ope rn
grct Is having offended the wrong
party, tor which I feel exceedingly
sorry. . ,-
Thanking you, Mr. Editor for
spice, l' beg to' remain yours, etc1.',
....Uf-.'. A--K. .VJBIUIA.
;t ; Jen. ""
OXFORD -WINS A GREAT "
BACE ON THAMES
' v . . t,
Tho sixty-sixth Oxford-Cambridge-
flght-oarcd rowing racewasLwoa.onJ
tno T&ames April 3 ,by oxford ,by
ihreo and a halt lengths-after a tus-
slq which for three-quarters or- the
course was one of "the most .stirring
oontosts scon on the Thnmoa fof
Tho time was nineteen mlnutou
nnd fifty seconds. Hut had tho Oxo
nians been pressed at the finish they
could have reduced this by a good
many seconds. As far as llarnes
bridge It was art body's race, but Kt
this point tho greator weight and
stamina of tho dark blues told, and
with a magnldcont dash, It. C.
Ilourno, tho Oxford stroke, sent his
boat to the front and passed the
post tho easiest of winners.
At tho crack of the pistol tho Ox
ford stroke, nourno, was tho first, to
grip tho water, and for the first
mlnuto his oar moved at the rato of
thirty-nine strokes to tho thirty
eight, strokes a minute set by D, C.
It. Stuart the Cambridge stroke. .In
thobeglnnlng the nose of the Ox
ford boat showed slightly In the lead.
Calling to his men at Uoverly llrook,
thp peteran Stuart qulckly'overtook
tho leaders and forged to tho front.
Soon he was a quarter length to the
good. Ilourno, however, was not to
bo outdono. Tho Oxonians answered,
spurt with spurt, and It soon became
evident tho raco of 1909 would be
Aware that his chances of victory
rcslod In securing n commanding
lead early in the race, Stuart held
to a swift stroke lie was well back-
od up by his crow, who pulled n
splendid rhythm nnd pushed farther
and farther ahead, until the cox-
Bwaln of the Cambridge boat was on
a Idvel with tho Oxford boat, Thon
tho OxfoVd crow camo pn again and
closed up rapidly until, passing tho
hnlf-mllo post, tho two boats wqre
Tho excitement on the banks was
tremendous and a roar of cheering
broke out as tho Oxford men, grip
ping tho water In great style, passed
their'" opponents and established a
lead of half a length at Harrods.
Stuart, howovor, quickened his
stroke', and the Cambrldgo eight,
rowing with splendid dash, gradu
ally overhauled their rivals and the
two crews shot under Hammersmith
bridge almost on a dead level.
Tho Cambrldgo men began to
show signs of tho heroic struggle,
and although, they stuck gallantly to
their work the Issue never again
was In doubt. Tho Oxonians camo
right away and soon led by two
Nearlng the flrJfdi S tunft. tlw Cam
bridge stroken)!le IjpHfytju iv
StortUrtM or other author-
Issl jrOriieaHtlvH ( alubs
art aad to 4ott,l a Hit at
vuti, Mkta'ulM by tnsni. that
ttsy taay byJtVUdajil In the
sreirtn, Addraaa li cemau-
aleatlans ta,thT;pdrtln Idl-
tor, T n 1 ng 11 u 1 1 1 1 u . ,
Apr. 2B: eavalry vs. Kort
Apr. 28: N. O. 11. vs. Mir-
Apr.- 25: Team, Country
' Club. ,
June 11: Y. M. C. A.
Erred . '
There Is a. lot1 "of- taik going on
around town about hi Mtirathon ,
!. .al.1.1. .ak il. t UilH.I.II . I
the League grounds)' The statement
has been made'thltij. K. Charlie,
tho plucky little Chlhese runner, had
not been credited With some of tho
laps he ran, 'Iri fsct some people
go so far as to say lhat Charlie was
robbed of no less, than eight laps,
which Is more than one and'a halt
Undoubtedly nt the start the scor
ing boards were baVcd up a lot, but
the tangle wnJ,ltralghtened out be-
roro tno runners naa, gone iu ispB
(2 miles), and In iho-vmcntlme nl-
thnugh,,lhe boards, ,. we're mixed up,
tho runners'.' laps, wera .correctly crctl
Ited tothefn by'fi'a official who sat
nt the 'track side and scored each
lap as1, the. mon, passed him. Many.
n(1ln."m.H' M.. it hA . f.Mfr111a bun) I
.MVW1..(VM M.Mt 1 ,. kU.W.H.I-j RU,
wrtcb; on-,e a)r,mg boardti; nntt
Itie pf.ofiont wrljcr atono stdc of
tho.erpre, nQtlcehthat JAck.oh had
(tiwai'?sn- lhat- Jackaoa-haH been
glvep'j jteeVliy'itnere. t) rrhe scortng,
boart was-,d justed in t thp'end ot the
holtti.'two roimdslbclhg glveri'tii
J(tokon'..' .. 4, '
'JBcasop iinisncu ine uinianco u
0 hours'igimriutcs nnd.Charll'o took
hours'. 9 nllnutts'.to cover7 the dls-
larice,,)or twenty-oiie hilnutts morp
Uian the .winner. ,Tho Chlnead lad
but un'a areat-racotsdroly. but there
was no, hokey-pokey 'work. In regard
to the scoring of '.laps. ', At lerit "three
men werb all'tho tlmo standing at
the side of the tfack. and as each
runner passed the Judges' stand his
number waH-announcod'r through n
megaphqne and at the same tlmo1 tho
scorer creuueu nun wun a inp. iaiz
ens bf pairs ot eies closoly watched
the 1 oys.who put up the lap piacaras,'
ana wnonever a misiaKeww inauu
attention was called to ft nt pneo.
Tho Bcorlngjboards wcro not perfect,
hut the lap takers' record must
stand. Everything was square and
th'erejwas no sign of.anythlng crook
ed anywherejr-iCharlle's friends have
simply made, i a mlstako In' scoring.
There will be a public band con
cert this evening at 7:30 at Thomas
March: Count Moltko PreuBse
Overture: Semlramlde .... llosslnl
Chorus: Tannhausor Wagner
Selection: Old Kentucky Homo..
Vocal: Hawaiian Songs.ar. by Uerger
Setoctlon: Tho Ited 'Milt (by re
Tho Kaiser Walts . . Strauss
finale:-. Hungarian- Dance, . . Ilratim
,' The 8tar-8panglel Ilanner
t n w tt tt h n u nn n p tt, it a
empt"1 to rally his tired crv. ' but
hls spur't was Bhort-'llvcrtnand ho'
could make no 'impression, c'u the
Per taU" cards at Vullttln.
By How at'Trip. '
O. C. Beokley, Jr.
board-wlthjDfiO'lAp; On 'looking: at
Fine Grass JtAS
YEE CHAN & CO., King and Bethel Sis.
Miss clames Is
Miss Carrie James defeated Miss
Wtlhelmlna Tenncy for tho girls' sin
glo championship on the Tenney ten
nis courts yesterday afternoon. Miss
James won two out of three sets, C-l,
6-8, 6-4. Tho play was most excit
ing right through, and as the total
games show was very closely, only
two games separating, tho players at
tho finish; Miss James scoring 18 to
Miss Tcnney's iC.
The first set was a great tuwile
and Miss James' servlco was wonder
fully accurate; her side-lino strokes
and lobs wcro also oxccltent. Miss
Tenney put up n great bnttlo and
made somo brilliant strokes.
Tho second set wns not ended tilt
1-1 games had been played, "fho all
nnd six all" being called before Miss
Tcnnoy scored (ho two games neces
sary to win a 'vnntngo set. The
spectators wcro much worked up dur
ing tho set, nnd every good stroke
nnd most of them wcro that wns
applauded to the echo.
With one set all, and both girls
playing In Sutton style, the excite
ment ran high, nnd the friends ot
both players settled down to seo a
close finish. Mlis James won the
first game with her service, which ts
ns strong as tho average man's. Miss
Tenncy, however, was not to bo de
nied, making a strong effort sho took
the second gamo to 30. Tho third
game also went to Miss Tenney, but
Miss James evened things up In tho
fourth, and, playing In champion
ship style, took tho game to ID. Two
all and both players going strong!
Tho next two gnmes went to Miss
James, putting her ahead to the tune
of, 4-2. Miss Tenney then mado a
flnb recover, nnd, taking the next
two games, mado the score 4 nib The
next' two games necessary to end tho
cet and match went to Miss James
alter a great struggle In which deuce
ana vantage, was called many times,
I,:.,,. ... i -. i - ..
ihiip ina pinycra ao io oewrmpH-
ntentcd on the great exhibition of
tennis thei- rave nnd tinth slrln
howgrcat promise of developing in
to, players of thoMilghcst, caliber.
'- ' a n'n
HANDICAP PIAY FOE
'. " WALL TENNIS CUP
" trhVfleretanla Tennis Club's han
dicap for the Wall pup will bo play
er) '.off on Monday, May 3. That Is
tit say, the games will start on that
date and wtll'b'e.contlnucd for somo
time. W, L. Wnrron, who has at
ready got two "legs In" for tho tro
phy, Is considered to have n good
chance of 'annoxlng tho cup tor ,the
third nnd last time. Tho conditions
nrc that the cup must bo won three
times beforo it can becomo tho prop
erty ot any ono man.
Orent interest Is being taken In
tho handicap and It, should be pro
ductive of somo flno tennis. A largo
entry Is expected for tho event and
no doubt stronuous efforts will he
made by the contestants to prevent
the present holdor from becoming tho
absolute owner of tho cup. Tho sec
rotary of the club Is now receiving
entries, and all thoso desirous of tak
ng part In the tournament are
requested to communicate with him.
it ts n
Y. M. C. A. MEETING
On Juno 11, Kamehnmcha Day, the
Y. M. C. A. will bring off a great day's
sport. A Marathon race will start at
Kaplolanl Park and wlll'.bo run partly
on thq track there,, and partly along
tho city streets, A flom!lb'rolay rnco
will probably also bo ruti at tho park
during tho tlmo the Marathon runners
will bo wending their wny tri Mpana
lua. Walkers will also bo catered for,,
and It Is expected that a two-mllo
event will bo brought off. Quito a
uuuiuur ui mon navo Bignineu ineir
Intention of competing ill tho walking
' Thp cloven miles bicycle raco will
lio( puljeil off at tho same tlmo nnd
nlncol Ir, Hand has put up n gn!1
wdtclior a prlio for tho' rider who can
equal or beat 29 mln, 19 sees, for tho
illstance. This prlzo Ih welt worth
trying for and no doubt a big crowd of
cyclists will enter for tho oent.
tt tt tt "
Additional Sports on Pafe 10
185 dltorlsl rooms 25Q busi
ness oftlci. These are th telephone
numbers of the Bulletin offlet.
I Pottie & Sons, Honolulu
1 1 HOTEL AND FORT STREETS. i'l
WEDNESDAY eveninr;. "CHECKERS": THURSDAY even
ing, VAUDEVILLE: SATURDAY Matinee nnd Even
ing, Change of VAUDEVILLE,
Scats arc on sale at BEROSTROM'S, 25c 50c 75c and $1.
The Popular Favorites 11
Wednesday and Thursday "THE
Friday and Saturday "KID
NAPPED." ( I ! , ,1 ,
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.
Beat now on sale nt box office for
all performances of the week.
Popular Prices 25c, 60c, 75c.
WHEN, YOU GBT YOUR XwKi
Jby ns you will be satisfied in
S. R. Vieira &,Coi
Ui HOTEL ST.
JUST AS THE
Listing and Adding
is the most advanced of- all,
leads the modern typewriters.
Hawaiian News Co.,
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort.
Tack Scully. Jack Roberts.
Chas. R. Frozier
f OUR ADVERTISERS
Phone 371. 123 King St
No. I CO.
Fort Street and Chaplain Lane
Open Air Moving r
Not nn ill-smelling closed auditorium.
ADMISSION 10 and 15 CTS.
, , , Children 8 Cents
' HAWAIIAN MUSIC
Changes Every Monday
COLORED FILMS THIS WEEK.
PRICES 5 AND 10 CENTS
San Francisco ,
The New Open-Air Theatre.
LATEST MOVING PICIURB8?
CHANGES MONDAYS I
GOOD MUSIC I
Two entrances: Pauahi St. near
Wonderful Motion Piotnret brisk
ing to view scenes from many Langs
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week. ''
THE COWBOY'S BABY
And other late and up-to-date sub
Entire change of program thnjc
times a week Monday, Wednesdiy,
and Friday. tf
Changes Mondays, Wednesdays and
ADMISSION lOo. nnd 20c
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers id Furniture Mattretsoa,
Etc., Ete, All kinds ot K0A and
Nuuanu and Hotel St. on site of old
MISSION FURNITURE Mide Tc
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
BULLETIN AD8 PAY