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EVENIN'O nULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TIIUnSDAY, APIUL 29, 1009
3 M.A.3R.S.M. 3 1-2
which you can cnulv see means that c have just re
ceived 3 Model "A" Heading-Standard 3Vs-H. P. Motorcy
cles. This is the scco id cmpnicnt that lias anived and if
o.i want one call soo 1, -a we will iwt have these long
end it has bce.i luuiu:. ilk to get another shipment nrom
iscd from fuctorv beio c April 23th.
The R.-S. has mco.ianically operated valves; improved
double float carbureter: improved muffler, fitted with cut
out : no back pressure : frame 22" high, made of special
steel tulrnr:: wheel ua e 511 a inches: special K.-S. Cushion
fi.ks: ll.-S. Oiling l)e ice, motor tan be oiled by rider
wh'lc in motion uith ciivemencc, tnoncity 1 Qt.' gasoline
tfliik Holds 5 cjunrts; b'tUrv case takes 3 dry cells of any
nuke tr'nrm.ssion: roll.r chain due 3-3 ' pitch, indepen
dent nd' stment on al' chirns: tires 2'4 ' Q. & J. ; weight,
110 wirV.v spied 5 ti fO miles per ho.ir
C.'ll ni.J let us slu you the latest and trrt in Motor-cjc'.c
jj ,,Oi.r, .-GENTS F)I5 TIPS
These remedies not only cause the evacuation of these
tioublesomc pests, but thev dcstro th.-m and clean up the
injury thev have prod .cul in the stomach and bowls.
Stork ma? be fiiv::i thc?e medicines on the pasture
v.ithout handling, or w'ule at woik.
Obtained at Lead a BrugRlSiS, rr
Pottle k Sons,
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.
STOP IH FOR SOME REAL OLD GERMAN COFFEE and
CAKE AT THE SAMPLE and SALESROOMS of the
TORT STREET. NEAR HOTEL, in Culman'3 Old Store.
for season of 1000 anions this
pci suit up.
KING AND BETHEL SIS.
:-''rc'r''ilTnWilli i idMI'Vii ""I
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The Princess of Patches
Fridny and Saturday, Augustin
Daly's irrcatest success, "UNDER
Popular Prices 25c, 50c, 75c.
HOTEL ST. opp, KEKAULIKE ST.
Changes Every Monday
COLORED FILMS THIS WEEK.
PRICES 5 AND 10 CENTS
J3I7- DULLCTIH ADS PAY
-a I -
shipment, puces from $1.00
i Wonderful Motion Pictures bring
inp to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos,
i Two rlmnces eaeh week.
SPECIAL FEATURE FILII
An Auto Heroine
I Change of program three times a
I week MoaiUy, Wednesday, and
Fort Street and Chaplain Lane
Open Air Moving
Not nn ill-smellinK closed auditorium,
ADMISSION 10 and 15 CIS.
Children 5 Cents
The New Open-Air Theatre.
LATEST MOVING PICTURES
Two entrances: Paualii St. near
SPLENDID, SNAPPY BALL IS PLAYED BY THE MILITARY MEN A
I BIO CROWD WATCHES THE GAME AT AALA PARK.
LEAGUE IS HUGE SUCCESS
, Uioilier due came of baseball was Claw ranio home. Olbson flew lo
lll.Hl'll JOKllTll.l llfttTllCXIII NllCtl lIlO Cll(ellOI TllfOI' 111118.
Mailing i. ml l'oit Hlinftui teams met
In tile Mltllnrj l.easue lotnpctitlou.
' A I.urc iimiilior of Bpectntois iitt"iul
i (I at Aalu I'uik, ami the cutliiislnsm
inn lilftli all Hie nflemooiis I lip rool
Iiik was Btt t-iiiuiiiM mill Mimp of tho
Iii'IuuiKh were very fuini. A iium-
bur of oniceiB, both Ami and Navy,
allvnilvd tbu gaino and routed In giHid
, btli for tlielr men. It was a guiiid
Klgbt to see all tlic offltcis tailing
I Midi n great Interest In thu piny,
mid Mime of their expel I ndtlcn was
Inimli to tlie point, too.
i Tlu gnine was delajed for about
half an hour owing to the non-.irrlv-
i:l of the olllrlal uniplie, IMdlo Fei
i n.indez, mid finally M I'edio under-
took the Job, and a rattling good icf-
iciee he iiiiule, too. Ills decisions
were lorieit In uwry Instance, and
I lip gave satisfaction In every way.
This uniplie landless should be ni-j
il.lllv.Pd I. lltllp dlffprplltlv 111 filtnrn
Mint I. lltn intilllnM i.int. In ..... .... .1.....
' "(i iiii in nui uii iiiiiu
"'O to.npiiint man, who Is sntlsfac-
lilt"! til llfltll til.llllU liil. 11.1. 1 I... nil..... .1
- , - ... v... ...., diii(iii, i,u iiiiutvuil
,io uiiiiHip hip g.inic. this walling
,biislnesH Is no usn and a prompt start
rinniiii up limine on eeiy occasion or
a niauh. In Justice to Mr. reman-
dez, It must be said that he stales
tint lie wis 111, and that he tried to
toMiinuiiUalp with the managers of
the teams but failed.
The line-up of Hie Mnilncs was a
different fioni that ol Sunday,
Andeiton, who was lnjuied on
that day, could not piny. Williams, vis lluw to Lemm. No runs,
who took tho position of catcher ow- Kills fanned, lloloun took' baso
lug to Aiiileisoii being crippled, held on balls. McCall died nt first. Mor
tho Job down In good style, nines an did the fc,uno. No runs,
did not pitch In csterday's gnine andi I.'lghth Inning Olbson flew to
his plaee was taken by Gibson, who catcher. Winter fanned. Knight
did well, sti Iking out nine men and died at first, No runs.
onl walking two. lloloun for the l.emm expired at first, nateninn
ShaftpiH struck out six men and fanned. Gongol ditto. No luns.
Kiio flee passes to three. I Ninth liming Williams walked.
Next Sunday there will be a veiyllaes flew to centcrllcld. Williams
"ccltlng game at I.ellchua, when the was caught trjlng to steal second.
N' (1. If meets tho formidable. Makln fanned. No runs,
righting nrth" on tho diamond. Klstler died at first. Oakley got
This game pmmlMM to be nbout the to first on ,hlt to ccnterfleld. Kills
best of the teilta to far; both teams made flist and Oakley got caught nt
are confident they can put It nil oer ceiuml. lloloun died at first. No
their opponents, and neither can beo'runs.
how they can possibly lose A big
bunch of fans are going up to Sclio
fleld hnrrarks for tho came, nml IU-n
extra eais mo to he swung onto tho
lesulnr train to accommodate tho '
tending ciowd. The Military League
is ccituiniy making a large splash,
ami it is i cul good to sco It.
The train on Sundaj leaves nt
0 l.'i a. m. and retains nt 3:30 to
town; this Just fits In with tho mill
nary man's Idea of a pleasant Sim
day, and given fine weather a lingo
eiowd of the hupporters of both
teams will biircly make the trip. The
loturn faio to Lellehiia (the train
runs r cht Into the camn now l Ik
only $1.2S, and lliat Is very le.ibon-
Yosterdny's gnme by Innings went
l'list. Inning Mai lues: Wllllnms
fanned. llajes to first on centei
hlt. Makln died at Hist and llajes
Mm fT eil tolng to steal boumil. No
Shatter: McCall did the fan tilck.
Moran flew to left field. Lemiii made
Hi bt on safe lilt and stolu hpcoinl.
llatemaii made a two-bagger and
!.,., ,r,xt v....t.n n.(T..i r......,i.i
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Second Inning Gnw died at !U it,
c. f. to baseman. Coll took babe mi
ball. Davis hit Into the deep field
illllllU. VI1IUK"! UK
end Klstler made n fine olfort to
,a,ch but fa,,,,,. Co,, stole ,d and
(llbiin inmliig up to bat made a, lino
two-bagger, bringing homo Coll ami
D.ils. Winter fanned. Knight llew
to pitcher. Two inns,
Klstler died at tlrst. Oakley fan-
lied. Kills failed to make Hist. No
Thlid Inning Williams made
n . r 1 i 11 1 '.
first on a safe hit I aes bunted
and d e,l at first. VII lams got to
becond. Miiklii made list an, ASII -
Hams got to th id. Mnklu stole bee-
ond. (.aw made first on centeileid
hit mid purlolne, second llla.iis
home, Mllklll to tlllld. (O I flow to
' ,, , ,, , , . ,
eentciflpld and Makln got home na -
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Bookley, Jr.
Dolonii Hew lei llghtfli'M. McCalt
look bum- mi bulls ami wan caught
trying Id steal hecotid. Mo rati m.iilo
lii'Bt on wife liil. I.uinon llcw to een
tcrfleld. No urns.
1'oinUi lining Winter died at
first. Knlglil watt struct; and took
linse. Williams died at first, Knlglit
to second llajes expired at Hist.
Ilateuiiiii fanned. (longol got frco
trnii8portatlon. Klstler to first on
cenlci field lilt Oakley funned; Oon-
gol to second
1.1118 IIIPU III Iim. Ml '
Fifth Inning Makln flew to catch
er, (law funned. ColJ flew to I.eniin.
lloloun died at first, ccntcrflcld to
bnsoiunn. McCall failed to make
first. Sloran to first on error. Lemon
died at llrst No runs.
Sixth Inning Davis two-baggor
fin iroiwl lilt til ppntprflpld flllifmn
I. ........ I .....I ......I., fl..... nn..la . ..
uuuiru linn iii.iuu Hint, imiip iu
third. Winter got to first, and on
11.11. 1 1.h..i. I.i.t.l.t Enn.....l tlnl'lo mill
"ilu Hill' iiiuiii; cciwuu, iuiio milt
unison gpiilng home. Winter stolo
thlid. Knight llew to I.emni. Wll-
iiams laniipu naes died at nrsi.
nt first. Gongol
two-bagger to cen-
dled nt first.
Seventh Inning Makln fanned.
Oaw llew to tiongol (wonderful
catch). Coll took baso on balls. Da-
The official score was:
U. S. M. C.
aii it mi sit o
U)als. cf. .
Totals 311 7 5 0 27
All II IIII Sll O
Klstler, cf 4
Oakley, lb I
IIIIIs, If. 4
lloloun, i 4
Totals 3 1 6 0 27 9 S
U. S M. C.
1 2 3 I B fi 7 8 9
n 2 3 n n ' fi n 07
12100100 03 I
12 3 4 5 0 7 8!)
. " ,J " " " io
Two-baso hits, Olbson. Davis. Il.ite-
man, Klstler; lutes on bills, off Gib
'hon 2, lloloun 3; struck out, by Gibson
9, lloloun G; wild pitches. Gibson 1,
lloloun 1: sacrlflco hlls, Hays, Oaw,
"'"" uiuboii, winier, nioriin, i;iiih.
Jta. m&n muy; mn;
' ' tt ft tt
.WALL CUP ENTRY
-. ,.,, ...
T CLOSES TOMORROW
Kntr'Ies for the Wall cup handicap
blncles.' to bo iilascd off nt the lleiu-
t.i.iii, ti, pii, ,m i,..n ...in,
.tnnln .Tennis Club will close with
tho sec.etary. Hay II. Illctow, to.,10.-
jIow. Tll0 0omnK Klimes ot ,no
tllr,mn,ent will be played on the
tllb ,, m,xt M()n(,nj.( 1)e(?ln,nB
at vi0 O.clock. w L, Wlirren , a
' i i rnr lin pun ivlilrh muni hn
i,tB '" "'" l" ""I'' "lucn must uo
wun th,ee times In order to become
1110 properiy 01 any piayor.
Much Interest is being shown In
1110 tournaincni, ami any player wuo
has not so far put his naino In had
neuer 11c quick ami no bo, as 110 en
try will bo received aftor tomoiiow.
Tho (ouits nro In lino order and
somo brilliant play Is looked forwaid
to by overyone.
Hllo Races For
Klrst Day 1, half mile, Hawaiian
bicds; 2, half mile, Japanese lioiscs
Under fifteen hands; .1, seen-elgluhs
mllo free for all, four to enter, tlueo
to start; 4, thrce-quiuter mile, 11a
wallun bicds, handicap, S, lialf-mlle,
cowboy ponies; C, liair-inlle, Japan
ese free for all, four or more to en
ter. Second Day 1, three quarter mile,
Hawaiian broils; '1, liulf-mlle, Japan
ese lioises, 14 -2 bunds or under,
four to enter; !1, one and a uuailer
mlle, .Merchants' Stakes; 4, mile heat
free Tor all tiot or pace, two In three;
C, three-quarter mile, free for nil;
C, three-quarter mile, Hawaiian
breds; 7, hnlf-nille, cowboy race, S,
brnncho-bustlug; 9, hnlf-mllo wlld
The above Is n tentative racing
program which has been outlined by
jhn fl'llnm L-n n.,,1 I,ll llrmrhnlll
I- w " """ - -" - ..nw...
who have charge of this feature of
the I'diirtli of July celebration pio
giam, najs tho Hllo Tribune. The
program Is only a tentative one so
far, owing to the fact that nothing
can bo settled upon until It Is known
how much money there will bo on
hand for purses, but although It Is
therefore possible that changes wilt
be made, the committee Intends to
tome as close as It can to following
out the above program.
A matter of great Interest to horso
men Is the fact that (he nominations
have been tniido for the Merchants'
Stakes, the great nice of the occa
sion, ut which a purse of nt least
fifteen hundred dollars Is to be com
peted for. While the names of the
horses which nro to mil linvc not
been given out as et, tho owners
who lmvo made nominations arc us
follows: Kcllx llrughelll, Louis War
ren, John O'Hourke, Horner ltaucli,
and the Japanese owners of "Little
a : t:
HONOLULU TEAM WAS
BEATEN BY POLLARDS
Tho cricket match yesterday aft
ernoon was won by the I'ollnrd com
pany by a bcoio of 43 to 39. l'od
moro mudo no less than 2S tuns out
of tho locals' total, and played good
cricket. He finally was bowled by
doubling with a beautiful )orkcr.
There was a fair-sized crowd pres
ent nt the match, but u number of
plujets were unable to attend owing
to tho military ball game. Frank
Cherry hud his thumb split open by
tho ball, and this Interfered with his
batting a .ot, nnd prevented him
from making a big score. Tho
scores were as follows:
K. Chester, bowled 12
F. Chester, bowled 0
A. Goutdlng, bowled 0
J. t'ollanl, bowled C
OF. lllltdloss, caught 2
11. Frazer, caught C
T. McNamara, caught 3
F. Cbpi rv. bowlnd 0
'; I W. rollard, not out 8
F. Smith, bowled 0
Maxwell, bowled 0
Jordan, not out 0
Ayres, caught fi
Mclanphy, caught 0
Ilalley, bowled 2
1'odmore, bowled 2T
Wltlilngtou, bowled 0
Gibbon, caught 0
iOilderklrk, caught 0
JJ sj ts
HIGH SCHOOL IS
THE SURPRISE YESTERDAY
High School defeated Oaliu College
yestenlay afternoon by a score of l!
to fi. There was a fulr-slzcd crowd
present and tho rooting whb some
thing to bo proud of. Henry Chll
llngworth pitched nu excellent gamo
for tho winners, Tho l'unnhous did
ot linve t'ler best team yesterday,
and probably will do much bettor
Sclu)ol w h (,
tl)m,elMon M 1I108t of tll0 ,, Cl)11.
,,,,,, tlmt tho 0ahu College team
fente llllwever thttt wns not t(,
1 . .1 111 I ...
ue nm u10 HigiiB upset the supnos-
( Tho btandlng of the teams Is as
follows; KnniB, 1.000; Highs, f.OO;
o.iliu College, .BOO; and St Louis,
.000. Tho games are being played
on the Alexander field nnd are excit
ing a lot ot Interest.
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Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
OUR MR. BRASCH will leave on
Monday next for NEW
YORK, LONDON and PARIS, and
will be pleased to fill any special
orders entrusted to him.
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