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BVENtNO DrJLLETlN, HONOLULU, T. It., 8ATUIIDAY, MAY 1, 1909.
3 MfA.R.S.M. 3 1-34
which you can caiily sec means that vc have just re
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fcrlts; H.-S. Oilinp Device, motor inn be oiled by rider
while in motion with convenience, capacity 1 Qt.' gasoline
tank holds-5 quarts; battery case takes 3 dry cells of any
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SOLE AOENTS FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
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Now Was Fish
II1LO, Hawaii, April 27
No loss tlinn eighteen men linvo
entered for tlio Y. M. C. A. Marathon Tuesday morning President
meu which is iu lie run uu uimu ii. ,,.
1 no entries nuvu ueen cuniiuuu iu
strictly unmteur runners, and n line
Vice President Schoeplng, B.
Kichnrds, and Member 12. N. Dnyo
a Fight To
NKW YOltK, N Y., April 20. -"I
will fight Mr. Jack Johnson. I will
defend my tltlo as undefeated hci)
welght champion of the world."
iu'of-Mh,. ims responded, to -the JCeaukaha , Z,
the InWtnHon. The race, whlcn l ' ..,,'. , ,,,, wre as many women as men, James
starts at Kaplotanl Park and Is lp , , 9'J Pon.d11.,h' ol,Jfc f U: J. Jeffries made this formal announce.
It was the signal for great Joy Hx-
i,n t,ni, ii. .iiv i MiijuiiIiih l' morning visiuuion ueing lO
and back, should be a most exciting rfcelvc an ""' 'so ,he "r8t con"
one. and no doubt will bo witnessed "'Gnnicnt of 20,000 mullet to bo u-td
i. ,.ff ., n, ui,,r ,iv u nt..,. members, Tho llttlo fish had been
iittracllng a lot of attention, and It Gathered In the Wnlakca river and wnved Uicr hani,kerch,efg nn,,'c
b. and no doubt will bo witnessed "'"""l "';"'"'"""', . c" "en leaned from their i
a huge crowd of holiday-makers. ' J B"'?"T "iV ,",". 8"1',e'1 n'" rh-0"-''. "" '
The ll-tnllo bicycle race that I to ln,crnl cnlm,c"1, lh , c ulj applauded. Their shrill and c
cries of approval as they stood up and
Is expected that a good number ot were taken by boat to the ponds and ,ner ,lcncn.bB!,ket hal8i to lhe
No Other Is Quite So Good
STOP IN VOR SOME REAL OLD GERMAN COITEE and
CAKE AT THE SAMPLE and SALESROOMS of the
FORT STREET, NEAR HOTEL, in Culman's Old Store.
NEW GOODS JUST OPENED
for season of 1009 among this shipment, prices from $1.00
per suit up.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
K1NQ AND BETHEL STS.
The Popular Favorites!!
Under The Gaslight
Wonderful Motion Pictures bring
inp to view scenes from many lands
nnd embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week.
Change of program three times a
week Monday, Wednesday, and
Saturday Matinee "THE PRIN
CESS OF PATCHES."
Monday and Tuesday The Farce
Success "ALL DUE TO DIANA."
Wednesday and Thursday "A
Popular Prices 25c, 50c, 75o.
HOTEL ST. opp. KEKAULIKE ST.
Changes Every Monday
COLORED FILMS THIS WEEK.
PRICES 5 AND 10 CENTS
&f BULLETIN ADS PAY -$Q
Fort Street and Chaplain Lano
Open Air Moving
Not an ill-smelling closed auditorium.
ADMISSION 10 and 15 CTS.
Children 5 Cents
cyclists will have n try to beat Ur. V,Kre. '"' ei"ea in
llnnd'H tlmo over the distance. Thero
Is also to be n two-mllc walking
rare for which boiiio of the best local
hvcl-aiid-tou artists havo nnnounccd
their Intention of entering.
Tho Marathon will start nt 1
o'clock from Knplolanl I'ark, and af
ter the runners have made one cir
cuit of the track they will tackle tho
long run down to Moanalua and back
,. l.nn,A..rf. utriuno, u..lllh, iuiu UIIISIIinK limit1-
new l'n'ts. fca,e,i champion" added picturesque-
Asked If the ocens on were tlttlng- negs , , .
y celcbrncd President Wli m d: , , , 8trcc,8 wpre huniIre,Is of
"I got wet; that Is. I was standing .. wh ... . ,.
wore wet. incatcri although high premiums
'wcro offered for seals. Karly In the
In tho water. The fish
Secretary Klchards, In response to
l.ll.. ..... .,.,. .nr.t. t
" '"" , ', ",-'". "r ""'" clear a way for him to his autoniol.llo
was celebrated In a manner that Is . .,,, h.,. ., ...,
customary nmong fishermen and ,,nP11 - ,, KU ,,ml '
day Jeffries and tho police had to
or ho might hao been captured and
again. Whilst the long-dlstnnce men ,',. ..' ..... , .... , , 'Jeff Makes a Sneech
away from the park the other "' "" -"" , ' , : "i" " After hit sparring exhibition with
le bllT B.iil'i'tuitk u. uuuui u numji.'ij niriji-
events will lie pulled off, and the
crowd will thus have something to
wntch and enjoy Instead of having to
the Marathon men
It will bo very Interesting to com
pare thu tlmo made by tho winner of
Sam Merger the audience shouted for
.i . ii V ",U,,B"1 '" '"'" '"V Jeffries to come out nnd make tho
will ho big. fe lows, said the presl-',,, u v.,, . , -.,....,.,
sit down nnd wait for the return of 'Unl of, ,ho'"0,l ""! Run, and his fc,low. mou nppenrc,,( ,,H lIrCBslnB
'"" ;,'""" ," XI" """'""" gown only revealing his shaggy head
each o her with that habit of -nse d Krcat ,, fl8ts
so customary when anglers talk, Thn hn ,, ,, , ,, ,
" l.Il. ..- .1- . !..!. t I I - ' -.w.. .. . viasaf "'
tho Y. M. C. A. ovent with that"" , ,".',,' '"" " ",. 'Jeffries stood near tho footlights bow.
made by Nigel Jackson In tho r,,co l,ccn ,",1eI' , ,hD1l11I).r1 a,rncc 1W0",,,,'I"K nd raising his hands for order.
. ...... ... ....-.......- .m, uul uu After several mlnucs the audience be-
nun diiuiK(.ii inn piiius mit is guing
to Seattle. Other arrangements will
that was run on tho League grounds.
There arc many people who think
tlint Ttlil 1 nil o llnm 1'I1I liu ttAnfllH
i ' i i.. .,. .. i.i.i n,n thoroforo bo maila for nn attendant to
iilfc lb II ill it I J ov.iiio iiiuiihuh,, urihiiu m t . .
im.,.m nn .limn 11 liuvo tn tl.rend . caro f"r ,he n811 P" ,llc vtKO IOWtl
-" "" -"- --
their wny through tho city streets
and dodge chicles of nil descrip
tions. However, tho men will put up
pretty good tlmo sure, and ns most
of them have been In active training
for somo considerable tlmo, a fine
rnco should eventuate.
Tho nien.whu have entered for tho
event nre ns roflows: I'nu Schmidt,
C. A. llroderlck, A. E. Dally, Jams
Matconel, Harry German, J. C. Kw
Ing, It. J. St. John, Karl Klemme,
John D. Cockburn, Joo Honan, Jurr.es
S. Nott, Maurice Lcbrescu, Alfred C.
Musson, C. J. Hunn, John McCnnd
lesB, Mnnuel Kcrrelra, John Cary.
Of this bunch Oormnn, Cockburn,
nnd Lcbrescu seem to havo tho best
chance of winning, but thero nre nth.
er good men In the rnco who will
stir the trio up to their best efforts.
Taking It altogether, tho rnco prom
ises to ho a really fine event, and one
Hint will bo hnnded down for yean
ns the best Btunt the Y. M. C. A. ever
n n n
The opening of the golf season at
Moanalua will take placo tomorrow,
and a large crowd of players Is ex
pected to turn out nt tho beautiful
links. Tho start of the season will
he marked by a medal play tourna
ment handicap, which will bo open
to nil tho club members; entries will
closo nt 10:110 a, in. Bhnrp, nt tho
links nnd tho committee Is very anx
ious that thero should bo as largo n
turn-out of manibcrs ns possible to
celebrate tho Initial day's play.
Two handsomo prizes havo been
donated for tho ovent, nnd tho
Btrugglo to capture theso should bo
a keen one. Tho links are In fine
condition at present, nnd ob tho
weather Ii Ideal for tho game a very
pleasant day should bo spent by all
those who take tho trip to Moanalua.
A great deal of work has been
dono nn the links, nnd Mr. Maclntyro
has everything In good order for tho
start of tho senson. I'lay will begin
promptly nt hnlf-past 10 o'clock, nnd
all tho players aro expected to bo
thero at that time.
The New Open-Air Theatre.
LATEST MOVING PICTURES
Two entrances: Pauahi St. near
Merry-Go-Round. . , '
from San Francisco.
I'rcsldont Taft Went out to the
basoball gamo lately, anil saw Wash
ington beaten, S to 4, by the Iloston
Americans, tvns Initiated Into the
mysteries of the "spit ball," shared
a five-cent bag of peanuts with Vlco
President Sherman, wished hard for
Washington to win, and said sadly
Hint he hoped ho was not tt "hoodoo."
No onq In Washington could recall a
day when n President of the United
States attended a ball gamo In this
President Taft nrrlved at tho bo
ginning of the second Inning. Tho
Vlco President, a "dycd-ln-the-wool"
fan, had gone directly to tho grounds
from tho Senate chamber.
Sherman kept a iotnlled score of
the game, supplying tho President
with Biich statistical information ns
he asked for, and caused some onn In
the party to remark that It ho ever
lost tho Job of Vice President he
might get n pl.ico on Dan Johnson's
Tho President wfts tho center of
interest up tn tho sixth inning, when
Washington got the bases full, with
nobody out. Then tho ruling passion
put the Chief Executive temporarily
In eclipse, nnd the faithful rooters
yelled their heads off for Delehanty
to "hit out" and for Charley Street
tn "biff It In tho eye." Two runs
resulted from the combination of
bats nnd cheers. Taft was sb Inter
ested ns nil tho rest. He knows bare-
ball thoroughly, and Is up on all the
finer points of the game.
The day was Ideal for the nation
al game. It further had the effect of
putting temptation In tho Presi
dent's way. Vice President Sherman
said: "With weather such as this,
Mr. President, wo ought to play golf
twice a week Instead of one."
X K M
A Decoration Day Committee, has
taken action townrd tho obsorvanco of
Thursday, May 27, Mcnsrfl. Fetter,
Morehead, and Kastnn outlining n pro
gram for the ceremonies, In which they
will seok cooperation of ladles of Hllo.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening I It will Include, n scrvlco nt Halll
Bulletin gives a complete summary of church nnd decoration of tho graves
the news of the day. at tho cometery, Hawaii Herald.
By the Hour or Trip
G. C. BECKLEY, Jr.,
AT VON HAMM-YOUNG GARAGE.
came reasonably quiet, nnd Jeffries
"Ladles and Gentlemen "
"Cut Hint out, Jeff. Conic to tho
point, cried n volco In tho gnllcry.
"I thank )ou from .tho bottom of
"Never mind that. Are you going
to fight!" came another volco.
"I supposo you wont I o henr some
thing else," continued Jeffries, only
smiling at the. Interruption.
"You bet wo do!" yelled" dozens of
"Well, I am satisfied, after about
soven weeks' work "
'Quit your kidding," came another
" that I can get In Just as good
condition as I ever was, and I will
fight Mr. Jack Johnson."
If Jeffries had had anything more.
tn say be could not havo bcon henrd.
He Tan off tho Bingo while tho audi
torium became a bedlam of noise nnd
Conditions Made by Jeffries
mere arc several conditions nl-
tached to Jeffries' re-entry Into tho
prize ring, l'lrst, Johnson must do
tent Kctchel. Then Jeffries cannot
sign articles possibly for ten months,
and he InslstB that tho fight shall
take place In this country and that
It shall be unlimited ns to round).
He mado these conditions knpwn
orally to tho Now York papers when
he handed out tho following written
stntcment. "I will say that I never
felt better. I havo held off making
the announcement untjl I became
euro that I was absolutely the samo
Jeffries as when I retired four years
ngo. I did so then nfter defeating
every possible contender for tho title.
There was no ono left for me to meet.
"The present heavy-weight situa
tion Is tho only thing that could hnva
brought me from retirement. I havo
all tho money I will need, nnd thero
is no monetary consideration that
could tempt mo into the ring if I was
not sure that I could easily defeat
any challenger for the championship.
Takes Shot at Johnson
"As for Mr. Johnson, tho tactics
which ho hns employed, presumably
to attempt to force a match, havo
been such that I folt that 1 would
only lower myself by replying until
I felt I wns prepared to say that I
"At the expiration of my contract
with William Morris, which positive,
ly forbids my signing any contracts,
pugilistic or otherwise, I will be
rendy to discuss terms for an unlimited-round
"All I will ask nfter that Is suffi
cient tlmo to thoroughly condition
myself, and should Mr. Johnson enro
to challcngo mo for tho title, I will
do what I think I nwo to tho public,
that Is, to defend my tltlo of unde
feated champion of tho world."
Joffrles" theatrical contract has flvo
months yet to run, with an option
of flvo months moro.
Additional Sports on Pace 10
T. S. Kay returned to Hllo on Tues
day after an nbsenco of nearly n year
Ho has been I nalmost ovory Stnto of
tho Union, coming last from Missouri
Ho can show from thero ten thorough
bred hulls, tho best tn beobtntricd In
America, which' ho brought "hero for
W. H. Shipnian. Hawaii Herald.
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