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THEY HAVE COME
ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF
The motorcycle that i noted for its Simplicity, Durablll
ty, Strength. Power a id Speed.
The economy of the motor bicycle apocnls to nil, Its
cost of maintenance .1 id operation is so inslgnficant as to
make motorcycling th. most economical form of transpor
tation known today. When joa stop to consider the vast
amount of recreation and pleasure obtained at such low
operating cost, it is nit surprising that motorcycling is
stendilv gaining m public favor. And when you bring
to these conditions a machine that is perfect in construc
tion and dependable under the most severe service condi
tions there can be lit le cause for wonder that the "R-S"
Motoi Bicycle ''as Rained such a strong hold on public
Call and see our nw stock or send for a catalogue.
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Gas Is Demanded for Economy
OAS has supplantc 1 wood nnd coal in the kitchen.
The thrifty houscw fc nnd all well-regulated hotels use
Gas for cooking,
WHYt Because it is Chcan. Quick, Clean, ready for
instantaneous use day or night.
The Fire Insuiance Companies make a reduction of 25
per cent when Oas onlv is used for cooking. WHY I
BECAUSE IT IS ABSOLUTELY SAFE.
Contrast your overheated kitchen with its coal hods,
ash pans, wood boxes and other dirt producers with the
modern Gas Kitchen.
WHAT IT COSTS TO COOK A BREAKFAST WITH GAS.
2 Eggs, boiled 3 minutes l-3c
1 Pot Coffee, boiled 10 minutes 2-3c
5 Slices Toast, 3 minutes l-2e
Total . . . ' ll-2c
WE WILL INSTRUCT YOUR SERVANT. These results
are guaranteed, and can be demonstrated at any time at
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SODA WATER AT HOME
Should not be considcicd in the light of an expense, but
as a pleasure that increases the comforts of a home and
bungs delight to the children,
CLOSE AND EXCITING GAME AT AALA PARK LARGE CROWD OF
SPECTATORS BEATEN TEAM PUT UP A OREAT FIGHT,
BUT THREE IN THE NINTH IS TOO MUCH
1 'i oiii llu- en Html (lie ihiiniploii
xlilp game between Ihc 0. A. On and
lIlP lll,IS u.ik full of CXCltcmcllt
I'nr In tlic first flc minutes' pl.i)
tin- C A Ci scored ii run, unit
things looked nil to tlio good fur
them Hut the faiiH went up In the
air with Jo when the AnlaH nlro lilt
up n core of line In tliclr first
Then there was nothing doing for
IHe InnlnRs. each tr.Mii holding the
other down In line stylo. Hut In the
liicl( seventh the C A. t' camo
along with hid runs, and the Aulas
umlcl nnl) reply with one Tin1 ('
A '" s made nothing In I lie eighth
mil the Aulas piled up three The
game lookcil nil oir. ti.ir shouting,
then, anil sonic people wended their
wa homewards; thc in'.ist lie ei.v
disgusted persons now, foi In thvlr
nlnlli Inning the C A C'.k stacked
up no less than n tlio of runs timl
won a lino game h n scoro of l! to U.
Pedro plti'heil for eight Inning,
end then showed signs of being all
In, iiikI Drier was put into tlio box
for the Inst Inning, lie pitched well
ninl from the standpoint of the Aulas
It would hae heen n Rood thing if
tlio change hnil been Hindu u little
earlier III the panic
Limning, who was catching for
the AiiIiih, was ielleed In the eighth
h Lenndro, who Is accustomed to
catching I'edro, linking heen a school
mate of his.
Notwithstanding the rounter nt
tractlons at Kort Sli.ifler ami Lclln
hii.i, a very large crowd of Hprctntorii
turned up at the 1'aiK. anil the
were rowunlotl with as good a game
an could bo been anywhere. The
ground wim Mirrounded h a tremen
dous crush of people, ninl nil of them
had come to root their host.
On the 1-wa slilo Mong Yin hail
gathcrid u IiIk following of Ills
conn tr men, anil they, under the
little fellow's leadership, stirred
things up In great stjle. When the
game llnlshed with the C. A. C.h tlio
victors, the Chinese section simply
went mad with Joy, anil, rushing to
the diamond, llfotil A pan, the pitch
er, to their shoulders anil carried
hi in all over the ground.
An unfortunate dispute In the
fourth lnnlnR of the Aulas looked for
n while as If It would put a stop to
tlio guiiie. I.unninR came up to hat
and lilt IiIrIi to right field, where
Alonn, making a splendid effort,
(aught tlio hall, at tlio same tlmd
falling to the ground and rolling
over. Umpire Fernandez seemed In
doubt as to whether the catch was
made or not, and the giimo was do-
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
ln)cil for Ihc minutes whilst the mut
ter was dl-ciisied nnd oulsldcis'
opinion of the matter asked. Final
ly Lunnlng was given out, and the
excitement subsided after a while.
The weak part of the whole business
was the iiiuplic asking the, opinion
of spectators who naturally were
biased one way or, the other. An
aecldent occurred Just as the game
started. A Chinese who was sitting
directly behind the catcher was
struck uj a foul hall on the nose, and
the organ was broken in three plac
es, In fact the nose was simply
smashed to pulp. The unfortunate
man was huirled off to receive medi
cal tisslstniuc as soon in possible,
but It will be a Ioiir da) before the
Chinese forgets the championship
game between the C. A. C.h and the
The excitement was Intense as the
Aulas came up to bat In the eighth;
they were one run behind their op
ponents, ninl the gntiic looked In a
bail way for them. However, they
knocked up no less thnn three runs,
nnd then It seemed all off with the
C. A. C.s When the Chinese team
dime up to bat in the ninth they
only had a tail) of three to their op
ponents' five and It was the C. A. C s
lust chance nf making a run And
well Old tliev buck up nnd do the
trick; three lovely runs were piled
up anil the g.imc was won six to five.
Iliischnll In this cits certainly Is
a lostnopollt.iii game, and a look at
the fiiiis nrniiiid Aula l'ark on Sun
day would on vim e anyone that tlio
American uitloital sport has got u
hold on n'l rave Gracing (T) tlio
band stand wcie three Australians
one suiilng, one icp'Htlng, and an
other, a (iiiuitr) liascfiatl magnate,
Riving expert advice to tho players.
Shades of cricket
The ganic b) InnliiRH went as fol
lows: First Inning--Alona made second
on flno hit to left Held. Sing Chang
died at first. Alona to t.ilid. Hong
Chack safo at first, stole second.
Alona home. Che llul failed to
make lrst. Il.ing Chack to third.
Asani anned. One run.
Zcrlo fanned, Dcponte safo at
first aid got to seeoml on wild throw.
Knwn made two-bagger. Dp I'oote
home. Johnston Hew to right Held.
Soii7ii Mew to As.im One run.
Heionil Inning i:n Sarg fulled to
control Mark oxplied at llrst. Ako
out at first. No runs.
I'mIio turned up his toes at first.
I. inning Rot a pass and stolo second.
I.esle How to center field. IMIzei
weit out to. second baseman. No
riilid Inning Apau struck out
Anna died at Hist Sing CIioiir
nade llrst on safe hit nnd stole sec
md. Hour Cluck out at first. No
Zerblo died at first. Do l'ooto Hew
to right field, Akawa out at first.
Fourth lnnlnR Che llul fanned ,
Asani flow to short stop, ling S.mR
hit the air. No runs.
Johnston flew to loft field. Soiuh
expired nt first, I'edro safe nt (list
Limning flew to right field. No
Mark could not make Mist. Ako'
was n bait, Apau was worse. Nol
Fifth Inning Leslie hit by pitch
er, took base. I'llrer died at first.
Leslie nt second, double play, cr
itic Hew to right Held. No runs,
Alona fanned. Sing Chang Hew to
second. Hong Chack ditto to center
Held. No runs. I
Sixth Inning Do I'oote failed In
make llrst. Aknwa Hew to left Held.
Johnston same to center Held. No
Clio llul safe at llrst Asani got to
second nnd Che llul to third, ling
Hang bunted nnd Rot to second, Che
llul d)lng nt homo plate and Asani
getting to third. Mark matte sec
ond and Kng Sang got to third with
Asa in home. Ako died nt first and
Kng Sang home, Mnrk ndvnnclng to
third. Apau Hew to center Held.
Seventh Inning Siua safe to first.
Pedro Rot n pass. LunnltiR took
base. With all bases full Leslie
Hew to center Held. Sottza homo and
I'edro out trying to tnako third.
I'rlzer bunted unit died. One run.
Alonn out at first Sour Chang safe
at II 1st. Hour Chack, bunted and
died. Sing Cluing to second. Che
llul flew to loft Held. No runs.
Klghth Inning Zerblc made (list.
De I'oote flew to center Held. Akanu
to first Johnston made second, Zer
blo getting home and Aknna to third.
Sntiy.i fnnnn.l ltmltn In flrsl nml
Aknna and Johnston homo on wild!
throw Lenndes Hew to short stop.
Ninth Inning Asani died nt first.
Fug Bang walked. Mark got a pass
to first. Fug Sang to third on pass
id ball. Mark to second. Ako Rot
to second and third on wild throw.
Kng Sang and Mark getting home.
Apau flew to left field. Alonn safo
to first anil Ako home. Sing Chong
mndo first on safo lilt. Hong Chack
cxplied at first. Tluee runs. '
Leslie Hew to right field. Order
died at first. Zerblc walked and
tiled trjlng to steal second. No runs.
The official score Is as follows:
C. A. C.
Special Sale of
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On Sale Tuesday Morning, June 1
Whitney & Marsh
AUFIIIIISU O A
Alona, rf i 1 1 0 3 0
Sing ChoiiR. ss. ...S 0 2 112
Hong Chack, If. . .5 I) U 1 4 0
Chl llul, c 4 II 0 0 2 1
Asam. 2b 4 110 4 2
Kn Sung, lb 3 2 0 1 10 1
( Y. Mnrk, cf. ...3 1 0 0 2 0
Ako, 3b 4 1 1 1 1 1
Apau, p 4 0 0 0 (I C
Totals 37 A 5 4 27 12 D
AllIUIII HI! O A K
Zeibo. cf 4 1 1 0 1 0 0
Dcponte, ss 4 1 0 0 0 2 2
Akana. 3b 4 1 1 0 2 2 0
Johnson, lb 4 1 0 0 12 2 0
Formerly cutter for H. F. Roth, is
now in charge of L. B. KERR &
CO'S TAILORING DEPARTMENT.
ConsoiidilzJ Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLEIF, Manager.
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Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
In the Ifew England colonies the
lawmakers adopted a statute by which they
granted immunity from taxes and an addit
ional prize in money, to any brewer who
should be sufficiently energetic to manu
facture more than 500 barrels of 'honest beer'
in a single year, for they held that beer was
a beverage whicn not only added to the pros
perity of he country by giving the farmer a
profitable narket for the grain he might be
able to raise, but it supplied the people with
a drink o: such mild form that, instead of
leading to intoxication, it actually contributed
to the spread of that temperate spirit upon
which the 'good order' of the coltfny so much
depended. Americana Encyclopedia.
In Honolulu drink
-SKT - To cSuityrfre CiunoAe(
Lovejoy & Co.,
P.O. Box 637 - Tel. 308
903-904: Nuuanu St., Honolulu
Sonza, 2I I 1 I I 0 3 1
I'eilcro, p-lf 3 0 0 I) 2 5 0
I.iinnliig. c 1 0 0 1 7 2 1
Leamlro. c 1 o o n o it 0
J. Leslie, rf 2 0 0 0 1 0 0
Klltzur. If 3 0 0 0 2 0 3
Dreler, p 1 o tl 0 1 0
Totals 3,". C 3 2 27 15 7
C. A. C.
1 2 3 4 5 fi 7 S II
Huns 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 I) 3 C
II. H 1 0 1 0 I) U 1 0 25
12345 0 78!)
Ituns 10 0 0 0 0 13 0-vl
I), H 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 03
Two-baso hits, Asani, Ako; sacrifice
hit, Leslie; left on bases. C A. C. ti.
Aalas 6 j Imso on balls, off I'eilcro 2,
Drclor 0, Apau 4; struck out, by Tcilero
fi, Ureler 0, Apau 2; wild pitch, I'etleio
1, Apau 1; passed hills, Lunnlng I, l.u
tindo 1. Che llul 1; hit by pitcher. .1.
Leslie; double plajs, Asam to lu
Hang. Time of game. 1.35. Umpire.
IM r'uiuandoz. Scorer. N. Juckson.
a ti n
JAPANESE TENNIS CLUB.
Vlerrs's IrrcsUtlhtcs (lute luvlncl
hies) put It over tho Japiincsu Tennis
Club yesterday to tho tune of 17 to I).
It was a real good g.imu nnd one thi't
jininle the fans keep going nil tin- time.
Tho Wall. Nichols bunch of plums
hiiu so Tar. never been defeated on
'tho diamond, and thuy mo open to
1 play nny merchant's team In the city
as soon im they get through with Un
iting list of challeiigeis they hao to
piny In the Immediate fiituie.
A. K. V. Is a hustler from away
back, ami overy scheme ho goes In
for Ihhiiiih for sure. The Oahil llnse
hall League Is one of his pet Ideas ninl
im (ho C. A. C's. have decided to go
Into the new leagiio. Its success Is now
assured. This 'Is good news for tho
fans, and the new Icttgtio will be sum
to boom fiom tho ery start.
Tho Marines will bo a great nttrnr
tlon and their play has Improved so
much that the test of the teams will
have to phi) up to beat them.
Additional Sports on Page 7
KltmtJHT TltAIN WHKCKKIl
Ileddliig. May 10. Six cars of n
freight truln wcro derailed beforo
daylight eight miles north of Ken
uctt 1 tot 1) sections of No. It!, this
morning's Portland express, wcro
hold at Kennett No. :ii, ninth
bound Diinsmiilr local, was held at
A "Square Deal" For
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Your feet are entitled to the best rjivc it to them.
They cannot be comfortable in ill-fitting, unsanitary snx,
whose colors run and fade, and whose feet rapidly fill
with holes, to run up darning bills.
It's not Economy, either.
"Square Deal" Sox cost no more than the inferior, un
guaranteed kind, and are a lot more satisfactory finest
quality Mercerized Lisle, absolutely fast colors, strontj,
seamless, thin and comfortable, guaranteed to wear six
months, or will be replaced with a new pair free.
That's the Maker's guarantee we back it.
Six pairs in a box black or tan, $2.00.
Now on display in our Bethel street windows.
Call and examine. For sale only by
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KINO AND BETHEL STS,