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HMi$t 'mnti Vigor
Miss Edna Duchlcr, a Promtnenl
Youiiq Lady ol Hume, III., Praises
Dully's Pure Molt Whiskey lor
Rcslorimj Her lo Health and
Vigor Alter Iklno Very Weak
and "Run Down" She Rccom
mentis II to All In Need ol a Tontc
Stimulant That Makes (ho Old
luung and the Youno Energetic
Mi3 Uucktrr recently wrote : "I
wiu very weak ami run down, hod '
no life or energy, was very much in I
need of something tlint would tone I
up my system nml enrich my blood.
On the advice of friends I began tak- i
ing Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, nnd
it immediately put new life into tne.
I feel wonderfully better, nnd would
advise nny one nccditii n tonic stim-
hint th.it will make them strong nnd vigorous to tnkc Duffy's Pure
.t.ilt WlusUi " Kvcry testimonial is published in good faith, and is
Mm and woimii in nil walks of lift testitv to the great good de
ImiI lin'ii the use ol Hutu Pun. Malt Whiskey, the world's greatest
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
If you wish to keep young, strong nnd vigorous and hnTconyour
cheeks the glow of perfect health, take Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
regularly, according to directions. It tones nnd strengthens the heart
ration anil purines the entire sys
tem. It is recognized as u family
LAkillON V. lien" you ask ,r
druggist, grocer or doilcr fo' Di 1
Pur Malt Wnn'iey be w) you . t
'he genun-e II t the oil abs&h te ,
pure medicin.-l m..lt w eke i J .
uld in ljrr,e le.lc-. Loul o 1
in b''lk Lock for t' 9 trjdsnirk t' .
"Old chsmitt." oi the I. be! arid m
sure the teal o.er the cork 11 uruio.
n. Wnte Com. I:iig Physio in. Lu't
Mlt Wrnjlje Co, nocheiter. N Y
U. 8 A. fo- free illustrated mcdic.il
boo.l t snl free advice
mem Si arts
Tin- piny fur the llockui nml Cas
lie C'iin will tnrl on the lleretanln
Tennlx Chili's rouiin on Ttipxiliy un
ci noon Two matches will lit play
oil (in Hint (l.i) . nml then every aft-
ei 111 on there will lie something do-' nlcattons to the Spor'liig Gill
lug on the emits till the tnurnn-," loi, j r u I ti g II u I I e t I n
Secretaries (ir other utithnr-
l2dt repii'si-iitutlves of clubs
are asked lu Bend In a list of
events, scheduled hy them, tint
they may he (minded In the
piogtum. Address ull cominu-
llii'tit U lltilnlii'il
The prljies are beautiful sped-;
mens or the Jeweler's nrl, and are
well worth n hard stiiiKr.te lo try
nml win. .Murli Interest It helm;
slum 11 In the loiirnnnient. anil II Is
I'Klll'i tfil thllt tl Inf fiuiru ntrla will
he nut In for t ! I'leni lipfnr. ftm !
Hit finally closet.
The llerelanla (ourls nie In e-
(ellent conitllloti at present, nml at
and to do it well -se
"MANY USE OIL"
This oil hibnct.tcs (never Runs), Cleans, Polishes and
Prevents Rust on Mctils, Guns, Revolvers, Tools, Cycles,
Talking Machines, Tvuj-.vntcrs. Sewing Machines, etc.
It is put ud in tin, not glass, and e.-.ch tin has a spout so
that every time you bay Many Use Oil a good squirt can is
Many Use Oil is a good oil, put up in n hanilv package,
nnd every one should have a can or more about "the house.
Try a 25c cnu and tee how you like it.
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0LE AGENTS FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
1 lie weather Is Ideal for tennis just It
I non some Rood piny should lie secn!
. ticn the tournament starts. Most!.
of the FtrotiR players of the eltih
'li.'ir colored fni the doubles, and It '
J is difficult 10 say which pjli seems
in hiive 1 lie het chance of winning
'ihc trophies that Invp heeii doii.itcit
li Mrstm lloeklis atul C.islle.
n a a
BOWEN WON CLUB
SHOOT AFTER THREE TIED. '
II I) llowen won out In the Ha-'
wallnu (Jim Cltih shoot, nnd thereby I
I surprised everbody a lot. In thp I
llrst round llowen accounted for 18
out of 118; SpaldliiB IS out or 20;
Vincent 18 out of 3D, and Whitney
IT out of 21 Howen, Spalding and!
Vincent, lining lied for first place,
'lie trio had to shoot on to decide
who should win the prize.
In the shoot-orf llowen accounted
fur 9 out of 14. Spalding S out of 10,
and Vincent also S nut of 10, Dow
en therefore, look premier place for
the llrst time at the Knkaako traps.
He Is Improving rapidly at the gun
game, and both he nnd Vincent will
he hard men to heat In the future.
Kirk Porter was not present at the
shoot, as lie wns nwn on n business
trip, and consequently his match
with J W Harvey could not be shot
off The two men are tied for the
May L'2- Cnnlry vs. N. . It.
Mny 22. .Marines s. Fort
Mny 24 Handicap Doublet.
Mil) 2.1: Irwin Cup.
Maklkl 0 run nd.
June 11: Y. M. C. A,
The line-ups of the Marine, nn.1
.Tort Shnflers will he about the I
same at on the last occasion of the I
teams meeting on Ihe diamond, nib. I
son nml Andprson will form the lint-
tei) for the Marines, and a leal'
rtiong combination the) make, loo.
l-'or the Shatters, llaloun nml Hate
innn will hold down the most I in
portant iinsltlont. and as Hihi-.o
men nre till lo the unnd In thir I
work It only needs n general hack
ing up of llin rest of the team 10
give the Shnflers a good rluimv of
getting away with the Mnilnet.
It is going to be n line game 011
Sunday, and one that will drnw 11
huge crowd of Bpeclnldrs. On pa
per the .Marines seem lo have Iti-i
letter cbnnco of the two teams, hut
all the same It Is hard lo say how
a game Is going now-a-days, as wt
nae oeen treated lo so many sur-'
prises that one hardly knows what '
10 expect, une thing is sure, and
thai Is that the Shatters uro deter
mined to win one game before the
series Is pan, and maybe the Xla
lines are going to he tho victims.
Whilst the bunch at Aala Pail;
arc lighting out their little nrfalr
the rilth Cavalry nnd the N. 0. II.
will lip trying conclusions nt l.elle
hut. and that game also should
be n eooiI one tp wntch. The Guards
have iretty well cinched the cham
pionship, but there Is going to he 1
tine light for second place, and some
Interesting games nre still to 'm
pulled off. Then ns soon as the tires-
Whitney & Marsh
White Silk and Voile
At Reduced Prices
This Week Only
league Is hard to define, and tho lesk
championship, and as there Is onlylfalJ abul" ll ,,,c Ul?ut', 'or baseball
to bo ono more shoot between them, I1" ,nl u,-v- Tl' '' 'i"nia, the Pa
the next meeting of the two wm i'amaa' Aal.it nml Chlnefc Alohns l.am
RIVERSIDE LEAGUE HAD
There was a meting of the Hlvei-
cl.ln f nnimn t'.ictiip.InK nt iinnnllnm In I . .
o..,v -i-f,.,,. ,..,......., Ui .luu..-..,a cm series Is nnlshed, the new Mlll-
A. I.. C. Atkinson's ofllce arid nw'tnrjr Lengue will tnrt up, and then
some discussion It was decided lo hold there will ho unlimited Joy for. the
mi.',. iv, iivi-,iiih ,,'iiu ui ,iiv puiuu rnns
place. It uus ulso decided to scr.i'
written requests In the J. A. Cs. and
the C. A C- 1.1 lie present, nnd It was
also uuollieially agreed upon that Ihc
dimculi) In legdrds in tho otlm; bus
iness l.lch c'jifcil ull the trouble,
would be 111 mused to suit the two
teams Hue hud lift the league.
The rep; c.iihh of Ihc split In H10
tl S IX
All baseball players and followers
of the game will extend their s)m
pathy to A. K. Vlerra In his sad be
teaiement. Mr. Henry Vlerra, tho
father or tho popular A. K. V died
this morning at tho Kalmukl hospi
tal nt the ripe old age of eighty-one'
)cars. The death, ulthough not al-
1 together unexpected, canio as u 1
Neapimgi; tlie End of the
he Ph.ininlnniii,. mfi rnr agreed to stick to the old leagU". At
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uie 111CC11113 ji.'siiruuy inoru were two
personal iippllcitlMi for admittance
In the (ensue; these were held over
till tho nieetlng todu) hi onlvr tu tl'v!
the to learns which have left thu
league a chance to letmii in the fold.
Hut theru Is no chance of that event
happening us the other crowd it haul
ut work fixing up a league of their
own and eierylhlug is gulus along!
erv smooth v with them loo.
The .1. A. Cs. and Ihe C. A. Cs. held a
meetiug jesturdny ulso, mid some most
lin,.k 1.. (i.- . .. .1... ti.. '""puiium. iiiuuurM ere ueciueu on. It
.but a lory satisfactory beginning wus
made aud ull looks bright for the new
The cricket match tomorrow bunch of teams,
piotnlses to he a really good one, I A. K. Vlerra is the moving spirit
nnd all that is required now Is line '" the lien league and that rhouhl be
weather. A couple of additional a Guarantee of the ultimate, success jof where a track could be raado at very
piayeis nave promised to go out to l" undertaking, as ho Is a hustler ' little expense.
the grounds, and no doubt there fro'n tho wonl "go" and can ,bo relied I Tho Japanese ure taking a great
will be two full eleieus reudy to "I10" ,0 "lako a)thlng thut he takes 1 deal of Interest In motor cycling,
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i""j "i ..in, wiieu me game is to v.. ... ,,..j v..m.i-iu innn me uuu mere is no uouui mat onte u
The line-up of the four military
teams fnrSunday's games is as fol
lows: Shatters McCall, 2b; Mo
ran, rf; I.emin, ss; Uatemnn, c;
Oongol, cf; Ellis, If; Oakely, lb;
Durrant, 3b: lloloun, p. Marines
Williams. If; Hnyes, rf; (law, ss;
Call, 3b; Davis, cf: Oltisoti, p; An
derson, c; Makln, 2b; Winters, lb.
N. O, If. Lemon, ss; II, Kaal, cf;
llushnell, p-2b; Sumner, rf; Lota,
jo; Kaia, 2b-ir; Marcalllno, lb;
Soares, c: Hums, U-p. Fifth Cav
alry Shepherd, lb; Gronlgcr, 3b:
waiters, ss; Hanson, cf; Hell, p;
Hates, 2b; Harley, c: Harris, if;
U U ti
MOTOR CYCLINO MEN
LOOKING FOR TRACK.
Motor cycling seems to have come
to stay In Honolulu, and tho number
of machines Is Increasing rapidly.
There Is much Interest taken In the
sport, and endeavors are being
nude to get a site for a track where
races could be held with safety.
Messrs. Chilton, Hergcr and u few
others are always on the look out
for anything that will boost tho
sport nlong, and the latest schemo
Is to secure a site ewa of Aala luno
nnd matika of Heretanla street,
Lovejoy & Co.,
P.O. Bos 637 - Tel. 308
902-904 Nuuanu St., Honoltilu
New Shipment of
Steamer Trunks, Bags,
Suit Cases, Valises
Just arrived and unpacked, ready for inspection.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
KINQ AND BETHEL STS.
The lliikH at Moaiulua are In fine
shape, mid Melntyre Is putting In
some good work on the green lu pre
paration for next Sunday's play.
Tim fouiKoniH will begin at 10
o'clock, nnd entiles will close on the l
links ut the lime that the dinwlng '
NEWS NOTES FROM
The Kums will play the I'uuahous
on Saturdu) uftcruoon on the School
track Is secured the public will be
. , treated to some fine racing. If the
site mentioned above Is secured, a
track or about six laps to the mile
will he available, and that Is quite,
large enough for racing purposes.
On a mile track tho spectutor does
not bee much or the race, as It Is
only when the riders aro passing
that uuythlng llko excitement Is
cs . w Tt ii m i
"JL f Jtr Jia"j
Immense pw ship
ment jast arrived. All
(old's, weights and
, widths. In rolls and
Hawaiian News Co.,
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MRS. ROSENBERG. YOUNO HOTEL
And nil California fruits and vep.e
tablci in season on Friday's Alameda.
SCOTT LOSES CASE.
The Jury In the case of 11. !'. Dil
lingham vcisus M. P. Scott yester-
I day afternoon letuined a veidlet
juw.iidlng Dillingham the full sum
'he sued foi, J 1.1 no against Scott,
i U look the Jur) only nlno minutes
, lu In lug lis veidlet. This is the
In-Hind July to llnd u slmilnr ei
j die . Ihe runner tasi going up to tho
Supieniu Couit nnd being remuuded
I lo the lower couit for trial again.
j Rcott'j defenm was that tho $!
i '" ue uiii i owed n oin Dllllnghum
he boiioued on beliulf of the Koo-
iii) Sugar Compaii), nnd that that
rouipaii) und not he himself wu3
inline tor the amount. He failed.
giouuds. They expect to win their 8,"rt,u "I1- " '" o'"er hand,
game easily with their new changes wlvn Ule ruccs ure " a Bmal1 fack
In the team. Kamalonlll will nlav ""- "'u macmnes aro in view all
ut llrst Instead of second, and Aha
na, the kid who fooled the High
School butters last Monday, will bo
In the box ugaln Satuiday. The
Kama are out fur second place lu
the league. The learn Is pleased
that the I'uiiuhoiis won the championship.
A. Ilobliisnu is leading the bat-
the time, and every move of the rid
era can be watched.
There are several sites nvullablu
ror motor cycle tracks, and nil will
be looked over with an eye to tho
future. One possible location Is
Just makul of Mrs. Ward's place In
Kiiwnlo. hut as It Is some distance
Horn the cur Hue und would cost
M. LEVY & CO.
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win prouauiy do passed over for u
inoie central site.
New inuchlnes uie arriving ul)
the time, nnd the latest to land nre
beautiful samples of workmanship,
and the pace they nre capable ol
getting up Is astounding. Somo ol
the local lecords are suro to be
beaten on Knmehameha Uay, und
the speed that the Bkeeters will
bho(w should surprise all those who
go out to tho Park on that day.
Fiank .Mackenzie u dote second.
There will bo nu Alumni reunion
ut the Olrls' School Saturduy eie
uliig. The Kam cudels ure drilling haul
for the coming exhibition parade.
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