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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 22, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 8, Image 8',
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EVENlNil BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II , THl'HSDAY, Aim. 22, 1009.
Tr jets ago rn Al'c i County,
Knnr.ir fainter put h initials m a
r'c'lnr I ill. The next dn.v ho went to
the ucart? to.vn and ctrnt it with a
me-iuna'.. Before the r vai. out he gut the f'oll.u b.'ck.
To tuts m s: ca , i - t'&lliu- can r bnJc to him for
r.Jvc. r.,id thrca tt-.fa he h-rrd of it in th' pockets of
li t.c'ifchliora. The la.i t.Bio he irot it back vti four vcara
iu o. He ncnl ii to a ma 1 order house. He has never seen
that t'lUar a'li'e and never w'H. That dollar bill will
n'ver pay any more se'tool or roa:i tax for hiin. rill never
bjll or brijxhtcn an? of the hmrci of the communitv. He
s.rt it entirely out o' th ute.Vlness to himself nml his
o.ir homo hard wee stow, v.hcie
wa.", r ltd whrc jon may get it
' nest &:
1 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
M e e t i n
rr:rsr;si;.-3iV-S2:xair.:CTsis i wi,i
and Worms Specific
ll:e-e wir.rd'ps no' u-.lv ranse the cvnauafc'ou of theie
trouble ome irsts. hut tl v destrav thus anil e'ean up the
j'lj -ry hrr havj prod '
Pto-V ni-v be giv:
!tlu.:t h-jr.dhr.e;. or .v
.:! in the stomach and bowls.
t r.t Te'iclyu- en the pisttnc
. at wjrt.
; . or
Pottic tt m
STKEST.f J I
HOTEL AND F0HT
W , On lune llu eleventh n niotoicjc
Kj ling line meeting Kill lie brought off
n( Kiipliihmi Iriiik, Hint Ik, If n now
lut (if mnililiiPH tli.it are ordered nr
ilv before Hint tin te. Ilenlck, Hie
1 it I I'li.'itmilim ililor. will nttemnt to!
jg iii.it twenty inllei In twenty mln-1
5-$ iiIph, inn! there are lots (if people who '
iIiIiik he enn do II, Urn. Then thciol
lie races nver viulnim distance
f : out iino mile to twent-flvu littles;
iiinl events fur (.Ingle- Mid double-'
c Under will aim lie pnlleil off.
The locnl niot(iie('lliti ule niix
lnusl.i nwulilug the new crop of m.i
iIiIiiim whlili me icported In lie fur
In advance of mo ejcles eer seen'
In' heroic. Helper bus indercil nl
l'n nmrlilnc, nnd l deleinilned to
Hive llei'rlel. n pMiil lnee when lliuy,
unci, itml I lie imftlliK of these two j
iieti In looked fill wind to liv llle ret '
) , .f the ilders with Ktent InliTcit. I
I'lie tini'K imt ut Kiiploliinl I'nrlJ i
1 1 not In roihI unlet', nnd it In hoped
BecrctarlcD or olhar auther-
ted reyrenUtlTfa ot tub
ur sh( to ml la a list f
rthj, ttli4iiUd ky tktin, that
taiy may luludtd In Uit
lagraw. JLd4rM all seiamn-
alMtlum to Old Bportlne Ml-
tor, U v n I u e H u 1 1 1 1 n .
I a on.
N. fl. H. ts. Mar-
II- Y. M. C.
In ight For
lay of the Military
No Crickett On
There In a lot of tnlk of n rrlckct
tuutcli which mny he plnycd on K nu
ll iiy nt the Mnklkl giounds lictweeii
the Honolulu club and the Pollard
company. If this game comes off It
should dmw a lnri?e crowd of cilcket
funs, and should be productive of
much fun, as the comedians of tho
tinup mny be lelleil upon to shnko
things up In stjle. And with It nil,
the Australians will piny good cilck
et iilso, for from childhood they linvo j
alt more or less plnycd the R.tuie; nil
children horn In KnnRnnio-land nto
Initiated Into the mysteries of I. at
nnd hall before they can speak prop
erly, and about the first word they
learn to lisp Is: "Not out."
It Is not known If the girls will
play in tho match, but theic Is no
ri-attin why tbey should not, as plen
ty of oiiiik Indies piny the gamo in
Australia, nnd some of them nre
re.-illy Rood. too. Miss OreRory, sis
ter of the fniiioiis player of tho gnme
name the well-known Syd.- Is a
inltllnK Rooil but, nnd on one occa
sion ni.ulo a century on the Sydney
WE ARE ALSO SHOWING A HANDSOME LINE OF
Messaline Evening Gowns
IN AIL THE LATEST SHADES AND STYLES, FROM
JUST ONE OF EACH.
ill. it the Ici'lrlntnis wll do some-1 The onciilni:
lihliiK Hi fl. up the couise before- they l.enfiue which ionics next Suii(liiyiicl,cK,,t Kmund. Miss Rvn Mooro
nilii-ii.ii for the M-HHlun. It would j pionilses m be one of the blRRcst surely plnys Hie K.ime. nnd mny sur
Unl'e ery Utile monei to niiiLe a events pulled olT In the baseball Hue l)rl1"-' mnc "' the Honolulu bowlers.
I le. em .i.uk. ns nil Hint Is reiiulred for innu a d.i. and a very larfiu "oweer. tbeie Is not much clinnco
'I a little cuttlts and filling here 'crowd Is mie to attend the function. of ,llc Bn"'" lK!lnR played on n Sun
jiind Ihcie. A hud bit or swiiiupy .Most of the ollliers ot the various day. iilthoiiRli a week-day Riuno Is
ll.in.l exists on the side remote fiiim ioeIiiiimiIh h.i,. slirnlfled Hiclr iiileii- . pretty well n cerlnlnty. Crlrket for
the car line, nnd tills would need to Hon of bt'liiR puseiit, nnd Colonel
be filled 111 nnd )eced olT. Mr. Schuyler of Scholreld llarnicks (Inlb
I'r ill of Hie Itnpl I Tiaitalt Is In hopes l.ellehunt IM pitch the llrst ball,
i'i.u -oiiKtblnR will bo done In the which A. K Vlerrn. the president of
Be wass unen ssi a v3
YEE CHAN & CO., King and Bethel Sis.
tu'Ui rut tiro, ami ni lu ia vory l;irn the lungm. will ctnliMivor to hit.
I .ilt flii- l.iiii-I It lull 1 II fit 11 1( til (it hi! 'nl alu ,r,ni,i mill tin tint tVniin t lltt
WnllC 811(1 blUC, fll ran !" tn intrcat tho powers ' Cavalry an.l Purt Shnfter, nnd thH
i nut iic hi hip ni'iifi jKamo Biinuiu w a line onu, ua uuiu
jo. ! CO.
SATURDAY Eveaint,. '
Ec.'.s aro en ih at
"tHECKEfiS": TrlURSDAY even-
it rO. VAUULVIi.JLi,,
rni on niE'3RisT0L."
Ii.IvObTr.0:i'S, 23e 50e 75c and SI.
I1 " . I IIIV.V- illllllkliwil lllli II iu
rt i rij , . f. n'-$ -r t i r t. T " tT l conlident t' lio can best any run-
Orpheum Ihealer ARl THhAl ERisssjsr" ""
The Popular Favorites!!
"The Other Fellow" s?
Satuv.-'BV Jlatiuce ' THE TWO
V.iadevillc Features he-.dci1 hv the
Wimdtrfnl 03E0RN CI'ILDREN, in
a Nsv Line of Teleii'.'; Specialties.
Tho tst O.rapinv Mr. F.llcfoid has
Ever Trousht to Hcnolula.
Str.'3 i o'.v on tn'e nt Lax oilice for
nil ptrfonnanrcs of the week,
Popular Prices 25c. 50o, 73c.
Wonderful Kotion Pictures briny.
inT to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Co:ncdy and Pathos.
Tv:o chanees each week.
' R 0 D I H HOOD"
arl Other Late nd Uu-to-Datc
Cliancc of iroRram three thr.es a
ncek Holiday, Wednesday, and
Borne reason does not ro on Simi!ns
In Honolulu, iilthoiiRli nearly every
oilier pntno does. A gnme In which
the gentlemen use broom 1111111110-1
left-handed nnd tho Indies the regu
lnr lints Is also spoken or, nnd this
form of tho old game Is most amus
ing. The men also have to Meld loft-
Kan -h.inieh.i !):, should bo n no-'nlnes haw- been linnl at work prnc-1 nanileil and (ho bowllnR Is dono In
tible (lute ns ipqihW spoil In Hono-1 tlciiiR foi the event of the season. bo sumo wny. The odds are In favor
lulu, ns sewr.il events nic to Im Tlio Ton Shnfter tciun linvo some "f tbo ladles wlnnliiR every time: It
inoiiRht off 1 hen. The Y. M. C. A. lino plu .is In their ranks, nnd u I would bo 11 good Idea for the cricket
will bine n .Uninthoii nice nnd njthey lime Just nlioiit finished up a Minorities to tnkc up, nnd It seems
mixed ii.oci.-iiii ofsnoitsnu tun. nnd fltIcs of linrd-fouuht guuics. nil tbeiM present Hint tbey mny. At liny
.1 . ....- 11 - 1 . i.. Kfiln Mia CiihiIsii frnmn Is 111
now 111111 uie nioioiuyeiisis nie inn- men aiu In Rood lorni anil ready 10
Ine. lulu line a Hue nflernoon's fun Is pl,i Hie Knie ot their lives, Tho
lighting Fifth." us they are known,
aic In active, tialniiiR out at I.ellc
luin. nnd are considered to be 11 fnst
I en 111 If confidence counts for any
thing, tho Cavalry boys will put up 11
great Ranio on Sunday, nnd tho tus
tdc between the two branches of the
seivico should be a fine one.
The set 0111I game lo bn played on
Nit,.-; .In. 1,1.011. who Is leaving foi ,1111 lay Is between tho X. (!. II. and
llllo on the Claudlue next Fililuy. the Marines, nnd this, too, should
I-, anxtous to have n go nt IC. Salto, piovldo real Rood ball Sergeant
Hie .lupauese champion loug-dlstniice .Harry can not i-ce bow bis boys can
1 (inner, who Is at present In this po-slbly he beaten, nnd nil his cner
(liy Nigel Is icii'ly and willing tojglcs nre being dciotcd to coaching
h.eel tho visitor nt nny old time and ihis battery bow to put It all over the
hi nny iilnce: Marathon J111-U 1st men from the waterside. I lie . 11.
II. tenm, being u purely Ilawnllan
hivont, will not luck for burrackcrs,
and the fans will be with them tn n
111. in In all gnnies. The Marines, who
hne been playing 11 lot of hull lately,
are in good form and can bo rolled
upon to mnko tho Honolulu bunch
pla renl bull durliiR tho time tbey
uie on tho diamond. Ilynes, their
pllcher. Is tho .possessor of a fine lot
t: u ::
Race May Com?
off On ma
rate tho Sunday game Is not coming
off nnd the only hope of n game is
during the week.
R K tl
aaLWaW' jBaWJiKA?ttKvMataV. JfcjXjaaiiJ.
Good Folks Take
it's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
The Paint Shop. 134 Eke' St
Cliingcs HoiUays. Wednesdays nnd
ADMISSION ... . 10c. and 20s.
llllo Is noted for Its uthletes, nnd
It may turn out that .lucksou niav
inn up against a leal good man In
the llulny City. I'lenti of tho
S'oiclmieu nre noted for their stn
Ing powem and iib they are us gunie
us piis.i llilo aliout nny kind ut spurt.
It Is likely that our local (hauiplou
will he iiciomiuodnted with 11 nintdi.
.1 11. McKcnzle of Ohm plantation Is
a flue athlete, and is noted for his
riinnlnif and Jumping abilities; per
haps the genlul "Mac" mny be In
duieil to have a cut at N'lge.1 over 11
long dlstunce. ,
It Is to be hoped that a match will
he mnde between Salto nnd tho chnm
yl'111 over tho full Muruthon dis
tance, and much 111010 Intcicst would
he nioilfeeil If the affair (Ollhl be
made u tilnnsulur 0110. A. K t'hui
lle. 1 lut game little Chlncno limner,
no doubl would compete If Mime In
ducement wcro offered. And suili u
The Knlnnlnnnnlo llascbnll League
met at tho unices of Hon. Chas. F.
Chllllngwoith lust evening, and,
among other matters, postponed tho
Rames to be played next Sunday, 111
consideration of the grand opening of
the Military League. Nearly all the
members felt that It was their duty
tn guppmt the Mllltnry Lcaguo Iu
every wny possible, nnd have decided
lo postpone the games bo as to give
the Aula fans an opportunity of wit
nessing tho opening of the first and
only league of lis kind in Hawaii.
Vlio I'le-ihlent K. S. Kong sent Iu
bis resignation ns vlco president and
stated Hint us bo will leave In tho
near fiituic tn tuke a course ut one
of curves, which ho has hud luld up 'of tho mnlnlnnd colleges, bo feels
In wool for the last few months. He that he hns to quit baseball in order
Intends unpacking tho wnd ut tlm t piopnro himself for entrance. Tho
opening gnme of tho seiles, nnd limy- memheis wish him success nnd K. L.
be tlio Hairy outfit won't ho sin prised 1 Androws was elected to fill tho vit
al the. clnss of spit-balls put In by Icnncy.
ANDS0ME ROLLER and FLAT TOP DESKS set o
legs. The floor under thim can be easily kept
clen, instead of betas a harboring plat for dirt, cock
roaohes, mice, etc, Sjld by
U. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
- r-i ' 1 J,.ffl
jij. TT II
mssswm iron rerxce.
Hawaiian Iron Penca and Monument Works
WEXT TO YOUrJO BLDQM 1T.1W KINO R-RBET
Tho bccond scries of the Scasldo
Lcaguo will fetai t next Sunday, April
The New Open-Air Theatre.
IAfEST MOVING IICIURES
Two entrances: l'ajahi St. near
FRESH FRUITS and A
VEGE TABLES just in, a
J U. LEVY & CO. 9
Toit S treat and Chaplain Lena
Open Air Moving
Nut an ill-smolliiiK closed auditorium.
ADMISSION 10 and lo CT3.
Children S Cents
Km; t. mar Bethel.
Phoiif 1491 for the finest Jtan.l-work
258 BERETANL ST.
J. ABADIE Frop.
j ROYAL THEATER
j HOTEL ST. opp. KEICAULIKE ST
rnie would diuw a big uowd sine, lil. (iiiincs will be played every
bucniihii with three nationalities rep- .Suudny on tho oil-tank gioundB. The
icsented, nil tho runners' fellow- following Is the schedulo: 1
couulryinen would bo mi re to nttend April -i: I'aclllcs vs. Kultul, Btar-
'and cheer their man on to lctory lights va. Starllnes.
I .lack Scully may ho depended on' May 2: StnrllsbtB vs. rnelfles, Ok-
,10 do nil be can to bonjl the sport, nun vs. Kukul
I of long-dlhtunce inuulug, anil It only Mny 0: Stuilluc3 vs. Kukul, l'ai'lf
in i ils a little piomotlon work tn iu- les vs. Okuwn,
sum the smcess of any such under-; Mny 1(1: Okuwn vs. Slni'llncs, Kir
taUlng. Scully has scveial si hemes kul vs. Stai lights.
on hiiiid and Important developments May 23; OKuua vs. Starlights, l'.i'
I iii.ij bo expected In tho near futiue illlcs vs. Starllnea.
1 here were (pilto 11 lot of ruiineiR in .May all: ruciues vs. K11K111, maiv
the last .Marathon who bliuulil not lines vs. Btnrllghts.
have been allowed tn st'irt, us they I .luiio G: Starlights vs. I'aclllcs, Ok'
had 110 euithly chance of walking uwu vs. Kukul.
the full dlstunce, much less miming! June la: Starllnes vs. Kukul, I'll'
It. They only mldid to the woiry of (Iflcs vs. Okuwn
the biorlng ollUlals anil rauseil a lot
of needless plllkla.
A 1 nio between tluee or four good
Tho leport of tho scorer, W Tin
Chung, wns bent over to the noxt
meetln, ns It was dilllcult for tho
members to pass on It, until the scor
er makes his icport in detail. Ho
was nccnrdlrfgly requested to muke
n full ropint nt the next meeting. ,
After President A. K. Vlerrn of the
I Mllltmy "LonguS" notified tho mem
bers that they will rccelvo Invltn
tlons to sco tho opening of that
league, the meeting adjourned and
tho retiring vlco prosldont invited
tho members to a down-town chop
siil house, where a genuine Chinese,
dinner wob glvon.
BARGAINS IN MILLINERY
Chances Every Monday
COLORED FILMS THIS WEEK.
PRICES 5 AND 10 CENTS
ineii who 111 u evenly nuitdieil would
dinw 11 much linger i rowd of spe tu
tors than 1111 uvea I In which 11 lot of
men, who have no hope of finishing,
The Weekly Edition of the Evenlnq
Bulletin (jives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
I Next Monday morning, n big salo
of millinery nt 1 educed pi Ices will
begin nt Mis. C. L. Dlckcrsnn's store,
I Now nnd pretty hntB, fancy feathers,
t flowers, and foliage will go nt about
cost. Veils In nil styles nnd colnis
tn suit moryono, Tlio snlo will only
Inst a few dnB, so como early.
Juno 20: Okuwa vs. Starllnes, Kit-'
kul vs Stm lights, iMAHCini. At I.nup.ihoebno Apill K
.i..o "7- nk..w,. v Hinrilcbis. I lno. tn thu lfo of Jiilm V. Aliirclol.
I'aclllea vs. Starllnes.
By Hoar or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
I Expert wirintr nnd job work. Of
1 flee, Harrison Block, Fort and Eere-tania,
Clearance Sale Continues
Nearly all of the coeds arc moving satisfactorily, but
there is not the rapil action in lace curtains we expect
ed in these poods, that are positively new. People are eith
er well sullied or they are misled.
We Will Continue Until
All the Goods are Gone
nnd we ask particular attention to the prices and quality
of the offerings. Our lines were overcrowded when the
sale was inaugurated; so larRe was the stock that the
thousands of packages carried away has made no percept
ible change in appearances. We've been busy every day
nnd every moment flllinpr orders from the greatest aggrega
tion of F.ood bargains ever seen within four walls in Hono
lulu. Buy before the particular article you wish is gone.
L. B. KERR & CO., LTD.,