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for season of 1009 anions this shipment, prices from $1.00
per suit up.
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KING AND BETHEL STS.
Week May 10th.
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Presenting n Repertoire of the Latest
"A Texas Steer"
Sp:ial Wednesday Ma':'r.s",
School children, 10c: adults, 25c
to all parts of the house.
Wcdmslay and Thursday, the Pret
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"FROM FARM TO FACTORY."
Friday and Saturday.
"SHADOWS OF NEW YORK."
EvcniiiR prices, 25c, 50c, 75c
Scats now on sale for all perform
Wear and Tear, as well as
npp-aranccs, should be con
sidered in buying hardware,
Our Easy Sprit.); locks and
handsome trimminRs are se
lected by careful people.
They invariably Rive satis
faction. Lowers & Cooke,
177 S. King St. Fhonc 775.
Shiits, Collais and Cuffs well done
nt rjasonable prices at the
J. Abadie, Prop,
Decs your typewiiter or phono:
isrnph need repairing;? Do you wantl
it done right and by a man who un-1
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typewriter agency, and therefore
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BAKED PORK AND BEANS
BOSTON BROWN BREAD
Leave Orders A Day in Advance
1130 Fort St. Phone 107.
Mrs. A. B. ingalls,
j Farewell Recital
, On May 10, at 8 P. M.
i At the residence of Gov. Walter F.
Miss Margaret Clarke Pianist,
Miss Wevthemucller Pianist.
Rev. Canon Wm. Ault, Baritone,
A SPANISH ROMANCE
EX-CONVICT NO. 000
Change of program three times a
week Monday, Wednesday and
Fort Street and Chaplain Lane
Open Air Moving
Not an ill-smelling closed auditorium,
ADMISSION 10 and 15 CTS.
Children 5 Cents
The New Open-Air Theatre.
1 LATEST MOVING PICTURES
' Two entrances: Pauahi St. near
WI R I N G
Of all kinds dons in a thorough way
at reasonable prices by ihc
Harrison Blk, Fort and Beretania.
Brown fc Lyon Co.
ALAKEA AND MERCHANT
Bulletin Business Office Phonp 250.
Ihilletin IMitmial Room Phono 185,1
Oahu College Is
j In the Intorsrlinlnntlc ncile Oahu
College liny hnvo nt Inut Riven a
'timtc of llielr pioper iunllly nnil ycn
jtorilay ilefentetl the Kninchnmclin
team by n ncorc of I to 1. This
) came, wnicli took place on tho Alex-
niiiler Held, vnn almiit the. fnstCBt
I that him liccn played In the ncrle.8.
the time of piny, ncciirilliic to itcv
'cnil wnlch carrier, being '"e hour
I mid ten in Inn ten,
The Mart of the riiiiic was sensa
tlonnl, ami McKcnzle started out. in
it wonderfiil iniinncr. He lilt a two-
biiRRcr to deep renter Held, and tho
lull imxBcd three feet nboc Denim1.
Iiiind. McKcnzle then tried to make
a llirce-bnRRcr out of It and huc-
J reeded ,ultliuiiRli lie should have
I been out nt talril Uiwroy, liowovcr,
I threw wide and McKcnzle rnn In
This wiik ii very Rood start for
the Kiiiiih to iniike, and thliiRti looked
bright for their ilinncni of inaklnR
Rood In the Riimc. Neither side did
any reorltiR In the second, but in
'the third the College made one run
IthioiiRli the iiRency of llltehcock,
i'l'hen iignlu In the fourtti IIoorh ran
In iH'iosa the Inline plate, and later
on In the llfth Desha also scored.
I Whilst nil thin scoring was golnt; on
I the Kniim were unable to make a
I I tin, iilthoiiRli they looked llko Rnl-
IIiir home once or twice. In tho
eighth liinlng the College ' scored
their Com tli riih, nnd thai was the
Inst done dm lug tho Rame.
Illtrhdxk pitched well right
tlirottRh the game, and rcrtulnly
IooKh like n promising mnn rn the
box. Che Hut also did good work hh
ciitclicr, nnd be nnd Hitchcock form
ed ii strong buttery. Mlllkaa, for
the K :iin, plnscil his .usual Rood
game, nnd wiib a tiler all the time.
There watt a fine nwendnnco of
funs, ,imd rootliiR, as Is ever the
rase ut the Intcrscholnstle matches,
I was up to date and vigorous.
; tt t: n
The ofliclnl from as:
AH it mi su t a i:
Blag CIii'iir, is. ..3 n 2 1 o 3 n
Desha, cf I 1 2 0 1 1 0
l.imrry. 2l. .
I loop). 3b . .
Chi Hill r. ..
Aklnii, lti. ...
.1 o i o n
..I l i
..4 1 1
II I) 0 3
0 t 1 11
..I 0 U 0 0
....I I .1 0 i
3 0 O (I (I u 0
Totnls 35 4 D 3 27 17 3
ah it nil su o a i:
. I 1 1 0 I II 0
Kninnloplli, 2b. ...I 0 1 II II
.Install, ss 3 II II
I Murray, lb 3
AKiina, cr i
0 II 1 0 0 II
.1 II (I 0
Melntyre. rf 3 0 n n 3
1 1 1
0 0 1
Totals 32 1 I 2 21
1 2 3 I 5 0 7 S !)
Huns DO 1 I 1 0 0 1 f
11. II 3 0 1 2 2 0 1 II 9
1 3 3 I & 6 7 f !
Hulls 1 0 A II 0 0 II (I (I -I
II. II 2 II 10 0 II I II 0 I
Twobasii hits. Hitchcock, Macken
zie; threo-biiso hit. Lowrey; bases on
bells, off llltehcock 4; struck out bv
Hitchcock Ii. Mlllkna 2; passed ball.
--. . -
IKiilliiinpi'bii, snciinrahlt, Ring ChmiK;
dniiblo plays, King Cliong to Moors. Ml
llkna to Knllmnpehii to 'Murray. Tltno
of panic. I lionr.10 minutes; umpire, II.
ChllliiiRworlh. scorer, Mr, Schmutiicr.
Intericholattic League Standing.
Onhu College , fi 4
High School C 3
Bt. Louis '. 5 Sr
A Good School
Thero was some Rood tennis played
by the High School students, yester
day afternoon when the Tonncy cup
totirnnmcnl was brought to n conclu
sion. It wns n mixed doubles nffnlr
and the finals were won by Bdltll
I.lRhtfoot and Herbert Dowsctt. Their
opponents were Carrie James nnd II.
Johnstone, nnd jitter n fine struggle
tho vjctory went to tho first named
The first two sets were played on
Friday, and each pair won a set, the
first roIiir to Miss Jiimcs nnd her part
ncB S-i; the .econd set was captured
by Miss Ug'ntroot and Dowsctt, 9-7.
Tho three remnlnliiR t-cts were plajcd
yesterday, nnd Dowsctt nnd his part
ner took two out of three, tho score be
ing 7-B, fi-Z. They lost tho second set
to" one Ralue. Tho tbrco sets played
yesterday wero cry close lis fnr ns
Raines went, one pair taking II, and
the other 13.
In tho first kcI Miss .lames and her
partner had five panics to their op
ponents one, nnd looked nil over a
winner. Then the Dowsctt combina
tion woke up, and made a homo run,
takliiR sl Raines stralRht, tho set end
ing 7-S. The match wim watched with
Rieat Interest by a InrRo crowd of
spectators nnd the applause wan fre
quent and Impartial.
PLAY AGAIN SUNDAY.
Theie was no play In the Plantation
League on Sunday last, but an Import
ant uifctliiK was held at Ewn, and sev
eral matters adjusted!' The protested
Rjme between Alca nnd Wnlnlim wus
Riven to Alca, According to Itulo 26,
Spalding's Ilutfclmll Oulde.
The standing of the teams In (he
scries Is us follows: Kwn, .833; Wul
anac, .S33; Valnluu, .166; Alca, .166.
Tho follow Ins schedule wns adopted:
May 16 Kwa vs. Wnlnluu, nt Kwa,
and Alea 'vs. Walnnno, also at Kwa.
.May 30 Ewa vs. Wnlnnne (ground to
be fixed later on). Walalua vs. Alea,
The game between Kwa nnd Waln
nno If tho two loams arc still tied
will ho nlarod on a Honolulu croiiml.
If rinVtlo'd tho leading .team will haw
l.l nf ,-.,1. All Ik.. ..I
Hon ,e aro tnkli.R the greatest in- f "l,lB" UnBUe bH" """ ""IT' W
terest in tho scries, nnd now that thun,c 1)0,nK treated to as exciting a
end Is approaching, nro Ktruinlng ov-1 lot of Rames ns ever have been play
ery ncrvo tiHmpmvc their play. Mng-,cd in Honolulu, und It does the heart
nate West feels sure that his lads aro -Rood to sco the Interest taken In the
the real thing nt baseball and looks to
them to win.
n :: st
Tho rnco between tho brothers Cock
itt Is attracting a lot of attention, and
It Is oxnected that n number of frlen.la
will follow tho runners nut to tho Wnl -
Iklkl Inn on Sunday. Several iiutomn -
'lilies aro to naco the co-as-Mii-iiIeaso
j men along tho road to tho beach, and
n ...k crow., wi ue sun. 10 no on l.auu
IW HltVt 11IU "ItiltUI,
By Roar or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
Ha- BULLETIN ADS PAV -7gm
A friend to knead
That s a friend indeed
IS SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS
Military Ball At
morrow Tomorrow the Military League
i-crlcn will be advanced another
stage, nnd the Fort Shatter lads will
go up against the Fighting Fifth nt
Lcilchun. This gnmo should be a
most Interesting one, as the two
tennis nic closo together In the com
petition, and n win for tho Shatter
lads would put them even with the
( Tho creates! Interest In being
taken In the Military games, and,
although the N. 0. II. seem to bo
hnvo n mortRaRo on the champion
ship. It would only need a win or
two for the Marines to pull up square
with the leaders In the scries.
Tho fight for second and third
placo Is going to bo a very keen one,
nnd the Marines, who at present aro
third in the scries, aro tcavlng no
atone unturned to cnnulo them to
make a stiong bid for the victory
Tho Fort Shatter boys have not won
a match so far nnd nro Inst In tho
competition nt present but they
menu to win one or two games be-
foro the schedule is pnu.
Tho Cuaid have won nil threo
games they have played so far; the
Marines hnvo won two out of three,
and the Cavalry have one victory to
their credit. Tho standing of tho
learns In tho Military League In as
follaws: N. (I. II., 1000; Marines,
.667; Cavalry, .333; lorst Shatter,
The usual crowd of fans Is expect
ed to make the trip out to Fort
Schoflcld tomorrow, and will mi
doubt bo rewarded by seeing a good
gamo of ball. Tho Illchuo bunch
are Ideal hosts, and any visitors aro
sure of n good time.
Sergeant Harry of the N. G, II.
has n fine scheme on hand for later
on In the season when tho present
scries Is finished. He Intends trying
to have a baseball competition ar
ranged between a combined team of
all tho Army branchc nnd tho
Guards. Such it sorles should draw
like a mustard plaster anil would
create nn enormous amount of Inter
est In baseball circles,
A team made up of the best play
era from the Shnfters, Fifth, nnd
Marines would make the Ounrds stir
themselves on the diamond, nnd it is
ccrtnln that such games would be
attended by n great crowd ot fans
a llt.miHk nwn mil ti n v I it t nnv
.WIIIUUHH -- mi " B "v
various IcARiie matches. And what
sort of Joy will It be to ico Harry's
lleauta up against the pick ot tho
Military teams? The Idea ut present
1 1 to play tho scries on tho League
1 grounds, and to charge a moderate
1 udmlbslon fee. No one can kick ut
ihnt rmulilnn It rertnlnlv Is
I morB comfortable to all on a chair or
,)em.h n,1(, wnlch lho Bnmo than ,
iluiic to stand all the tunc. (Jood
! luck to tho scheme, nnd may It
eventuate as soon as tho prcsont scr
' leu Is pan.
1 Additional Sports on Page 7
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