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EVENING nULLiyWM, llOKQIMUXi T, II, SATUttDAY, AriUL U, 190J-
3 M.A.R.S.M. 3 1-2
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Bots and Worms Specific
These remedies not only cause tho ymuaUob of then
troublesome posts, but they destroy thsm and titan up the
injury they hare jirodacsd in the itomach and bowels.
Etosk may be pvon thtse medicines on the pasture
without handling, or while at work.
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WEDNESDAY evening. "CHECKERS"; THURSDAY even-
and SATURDAY Matinee, VAUDEVILLE.
SATURDAY Evening, "FUN ON THE BRISTOL."
Scat arc on sale at BERGSTBOM'8, 25c 50o 75o and $1.
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Saturday Matinee "THE TWO
Monday nnd Tuesday "THE GIRL
FROM THE WEST."
Vaudeville Features headed by the
Wonderful OSEORN 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.
Popular Prices 25c, 50c, 75c.
The New Open-Air Theatre.
LATEST MOVING PICTURES
Two entrances: Pauahl 8t. near
Wonderful Motion Pioruret brine
ing to view sceaes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
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HAWAIIAN MUSIC .
fteuter Fails In
Btocklon took to Hcutcr's curve
In Urn gnmo against Oakland Just
like a duck docs to water, nnd when
the niolco which followed wan finally
ended the score wan 9 to 2 In their
fiwor. Neither In tho Held nor nt
tho hat did tho Oakland" team show
any class, nnd, had as was Renter's
pitching, tho general piny of tho Oak
land team behind was was ery lit
tle hettcr. Tho champions, on tho
other hand, ptn)cd Rood, snappy hall
throughout, mid Loucks, who did tho
slnh work for them, wns never In
dmiKcr. thoUKh ho wns hit freely nt
Ho stnrtcd out to duplicate his
feat of Inst week and hlnnk tho In
fers, but thuy were so easy that
h felt sorry for them nnd allowed
them to scoro twice during tho nine
Innings of piny. Ills stendlness In
tho fnce of the hnd weather wns re
markable, for only ono of the oppos
ing halters was given free transportation.
It would he a long story to tell
how tho champions made those nlno
runs In detail. It will ho enough to
say thnt they got busy right nt tho
stnri nnd kept tho paco up through
out, gradually gathering speed,, un
til In the climax of tho eighth they
made five runs ami tliolr second hit
for four lings during tho dny. Kvery
man had a chance nt lint heforo
I'hyl finally nindo tho third out on a
fly to center.
It It II
It Is good to see tho military men
taking such a keen Interest In haso
bull, and tho thanks of tho commu
nity uro duo to them for making such
u.iitlrrljig stnrt as tomorrow's games
promlso to be. The old leuguc
ground won't know Itself when tho
big bunch of players and fans arrive
on thesceno. And tho two games
will be as good as anything we havo
seen for a long time, too; the sol
diers arc putting In hard licks ut
prnctlso nnd nro nil In great form.
The N. (I. II. team nro as confident
ns It Is possible for n team to be.
and they nro determined to do or die
In their nttempt to win, not only the
first gnmo but also the championship.
Sergeant Harry feels that his men
cannot bo defeated under nny cir
cumstances, and Is only worried
about haw many runs his team wit!
win by. Ho is quoted as having sold
thnt not ono of tho Murines will
reach set mid in tomorrow's gnmo.
Still, tho Murines are no dubs at tho
game nnd should make, tho Ounnlt.
Thero will bo two games, and tho
Fecund between tho Cavalry and
Kort Shatter teams, should bo a most
Interesting one. to wntch. Tho Lo
Iclhua bunch nro In line condition,
and havo tho aid of somo of tho best
coaches In these Islands; they aro
ready to piny tho game front start to
finish, nnd thero will bo no letting
up by nny ono membor of the team
unco tho ball Is started going.
Tho l"ort Shutter lads nro also
feeling rent good, nnd us they havo
Just finished play for tho Dunning
cup, nro In tho best of trim for tho
new series. Lieutenant Chilton Is
confident that his men will mako a
good showing on Sundny, and also
right through tho season.
From tho looks of things baseball
is on the boom right along tho line,
and although the "Dig" League
games hnvo.bccn called off for this
yenr wo nil will bo treated to as
good ball ns wo havo evar scon In
Tho regular prlco of nd mission
will bo churged, viz.: twonty-flvo
cents and half a dollnr, and at this
rcasonnhlo figure no doubt a largo
crowd of spectators will uttend tha
games. Tho Military League cer
tainly deserves tho support of" overy-
Apr. 25; Cavalry vs. Fort
Apr. 25: N, t, II. vs. Mar
Apr. 25: Toam, Country
Juno 11: Y. M. C. A.
Come to tho minstrel show tonight
nt tho Knmchnmcha Manual School.
Latest songs nnd good Jokes. Hcnc
flt of tho Senior class and tho Ath
letic Association. Join us In a good
tlmo at 8 o'clock.
Golf. Team Play
-. The Country Club will bo en fcto
tomorrow, when the long-looked-foi-ward-to
team play will bo pulled off.
Untried will close nt 10 o'clock sharp
mid no name will be received over
tho telephone All who wish to play
In tho match will have to be present
nt tho club-house ut tha heforc-meu-
tlonod hour. All tho entries will bo
divided Into teams, and If, say, thirty
men aro present there will ho klx
teams of live players. Tho six men
with tho lowest handicaps will' bo
chosen first oach to captain a
team; tho balance of tho plajcrs will
be assigned to teams according to
Team piny Is very popular In all
golf canters, and ns overtone has a
chnnco of winning a prize, tho play
Is productive of much fun. The team
play tomorrow seems to havo Inter
ested nil the nicmlicrs of tho club
hnd u large-turn-out or both playets
and visitors ! expected.
Two busses will run from tho cor
llno to the club-house, and no doubt
will bo much In requisition during
tho day. Lunch will also be served
at tho club, and everything will be
In the best style. Tho links are In
ory good condition at .present, nnd
the greens look'th'elr best. The ten
nis court Is nlso nearly ready for
play, and there Is talk of a big tourn
ament being brought oft' in tho near
Tho Honolulu Qolf Club has pub
lished Its enrds of fixtures for tho
coming season. The events which
aro all to bo played on the Moanalua
links nro aa follows: May 2, medal
play, 10:30 a. m.; May 23, foursome,
10 a. m.; May 31, entries close this
date at K. O. Hall & Son for annual
match play tournament; Juno 20,
bogey competition, 10:30 a. m.; July
18, medal play, 10:30 a. m.; Aug. 22,
foursome, 10 n. m.; Oct. 17, four
ball foursome, 10 a. m.; Dec. 5, cham
plonshlp (medal play), 10:30 a. m.
Entrance fco for nil competitions
Is fifty cents and players must be
present at tho clubhouse at tho
hours named abovo.
one, nnd too much prnlso cannot ho
given tho men who originated tho'
Thero will bo no less than two
bands at tho grounds tomorrow, and
a real musical treat Is promised. All
the world and his wife will bo seen
In tho grandstand, and tho Army
people will be present In forco. An
Invitation has been extended to ex
Vlco President Fairbanks, nnd it Is
probablo that ho will attend tho
games In company 'with Governor
Frcar. The weathr promises well
nt present, and eyorythlng points to
a most pleasant 'afternoon's sport.
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AT VON HAMM-Y0UNG GARAGE.
Tho regular quarterly meeting of
the Chinese Minor Club was held cs
tcrday. Tho minutes of tho previous
meeting were read and this was fol
lowed by the report of the nominat
ing committee. Tho following wero
candidates for tho various oftlccs;
Chnuk Duke and Tom Chock for
president; C. M. Ding and Chin Hoc
for vice president; An Young On
and Sam Chin Wong, for secretary,
N. Ah Chew nnd (loo On, for treas
urer; and for manager tho following
Jns. A. Chuck and Hen Fnt. There
wore two candidates for captain,
Ik,.' O. H. rnng nnd A. K V. Knu
Tho election, which was by bal
lot, resulted as follows: Chung Duke
president (reelected); Hen Fnt, lco
president; S. C. Wong, secretary (re.
"elected); N. Ah Chow, treasurer
(reelected); Hen Fnt, manngcr; (J.
II. Pang, cnptaln. Next business In
order was the admission of new mem
bers nnd six namos wero added to
tho roll. Owing to tho unpleasant
weather tho leaguo had not kept tho
gnmes of Its schedule going for tho
past two weeks. It wns decided nt
tho meeting 'thnt tho second scries
bo opened tomorrow, Sundny, ond
the following srhedulo Wns ndoptcd.
April 25, A team versus II; May
2, C vs. A May 0, II vs. C; May 16,
A vs. II; May 23, A vs. C; May 30, C
vs. II. Tomorrow's gnmo will bo
played on the' oil-tank grounds.
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High 8chool will piny Ouhu Col
lcgo this afternoon In tho opening
game of the Intorscholastlc series.
Tho Kamehamehas and St. Louis Col-
lego boys will nlso hare'a'tussla over
the usual number of innings. Doth
games promise to be good ones, and
the fans of the several teams aro gu
ing to turn, out In forco to barrack
for their favorites.
The series will bo played on Sat
urdays, Mondays, and Wednesdays,
and as each team plays each of tho
others three times, the games will bo
spread over a long time. On paper,
Oahu College appears to have tho
strongest team, but It Is hard to say
which team will provo to bo the
winners of tHe championship In the
long run, High School has a flno
lot of men, too, and fori very con
fident that they can mako the rest
of the bunch sit up nnd take notice
Then the Kama nro never hnck
ward when It comes to playing ball,
and their team Is fit and ready to
try conclusions with tho best of tho
school nines. And St. Louis must
not be forgotten, either, as they
have taken up the game heart and
soul, and are getting the best of nd
vlce from the old experts at tho sport
who are dropping out of active play,
and who now aro content to rest on
tho benches and watch tho lounger
generation nt work. Today's games
will bo playod on tho Knmchamcha
dlnmond, and n stnrt will bo mndo
parly so ns to give plenty of tlmo to
pull oh tho two matches.
Thero will bo a cricket prnctlso
this ntternoon on the Mnklkl ground.
and If sufficient players turn out a
scratch match may bo played, Tho
ground Is In good order now and tho
rains havo Improved tho outfield n
lot. It Is a great pity that thero aro
not two clubs lu Honolulu, ns then
matches that would excite, great In
terest could ho played. As It Is now
It Is only When a llrltlsh man-of-war
comes to port that n good gnmo ran
bo ha.d. Thero are plenty of cricket'
ors In this city but unless It Is for
somo special occasion most of thorn
fall to put In an nppoaranco on Sat
This afternoon two captains will
pick sides, and ns that method of nr
ranging teams Is very fair, n good
match' should eventuate. All mem
bors are requested to put In an ap
pearance at tho grounds, If not for a
match, then for a hit or two.
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I'ULLIAM OPERATED UPON.
Nashville, T,onn., April 10. Harry
Pulliam, president of tho NatlonnI
League, has undergone, a successful
operation on hls lpfk.ey.fi He does
not know wnen no win report or
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