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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. I!., TUESDAY, MAY 8, 1909
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THEY HAVE COME
ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF '
The motorcycle that ii noted for its Simplicity. Durabili
ty, Strength, Power and Speed.
The economy of the motor bicycle appeals to all. Its
cost of maintenance and operation is so insigrificant as to
innkc motorcycling the most economical form of transpor
tation known today. When you stop to consider the vast
amount of recreation and pleasure obtained at such low
operating cost, it is not surprising that motorcycling is
steadily gaining in 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 little cause for wonder that the "R-S"
Motor Bicycle ''as Rained such a strong hold on public
Call and see our nw stock or send for a catalogue.
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
185 King St.
White Cotton Cloth, 36 in. wide,
10c a yard
Ii. Ahoy, Nuuanu, below Hotel
A BEVERAGE which leaves only the plcaantcst
memories is the one for the home, for the boys
and girls, the wife and the old man. We make
some that inigorates as a tonic, puts new life
into you and makes you think you arc young I
enough to carry a latch key.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLEIF, Manager.
-'J'l ')U IWM
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YDUNC BLDO. 176-190 KINO B-REET
The Bulletin Is First
L In News Service. '. . 3. City Circulation.
2. All kinds of Advertising. 4. Outside Circulatloi
5, Total Circulation,
Any advertiser can tave money by using the B u 1 1 e 1 1 n
exclusively, It covers the field. The rate in proportion
to service is the lowest in Hawaii. :! i: :; :: i:
Marines Beat The
Buffalo Ball Team
FAST, SNAPPY OAME AT AALA PARK MARINES SHOW GOOD
FORM KNIGHT PITCHES FINE BALL FOR tLOCAX TEAM
HOSMAN OUT OF PRACTICE, BUT PUTS IN SOHE0QOD ONES.
Tlio bnll game between tho men of Oaw hit n two-bawier Call col
Hie Iluffalo and the Marines ycslcr- (o llrst on an crror Davla mado
day wns nn InlcrentlnR onoto watch, first and Oaw advanced (o third,
(.ml tho miiall crowd that turned out Anderson died at first. Caw getting
to the game were well rowarded by home. GIomjii went, out at second,
seeing n snappy match that kept One run. '
them on tho Jump all the time. Tho Sixth Inning Coriklln died at
Marines won by n ncoro of 7 to 1. first. Olrard fanned. Mullano
Tho game was arranged In great railed to make first. No runs,
hurry, and the icwb that It was Makln How to center field. Knight
coming off did not 'get around tho died at first. Hayes fulled to get to
town till late In the afternoon. Still first. No runs.
r, bunch of fans put In an appear
nnrc, and, ns tho sailors rolled up
In stlc, the rooting did not suffer.
Lieutenant Kllgore was on the
Kot ndvlslng his lentil, and ho takes
Seventh Inning O'llrlen to first
on safe hit. Itoyd expired at first.
Joyce Hew to call, llosman died at
first. No runs.
Williams bunted and died. Oaw
a great interest in mo team, always went out trying to convert a two-
turning up to encer ins men on to bagger Into three. Call, hit by
victory, pitcher, took base. D.ils flew to
l''or tho Iluffalo team HoHman right field. No runs,
pitched good ball for a whllo. Ho Eighth Inning Hippie flew to
lb a south paw and has the pace for catcher. Schaufhautlo died at first,
sure, and, although n lot out of Conklln ditto. No runs,
practice, showed that he Is a twlrlcr Anderson got to first and then to
of good ones. Hosmnn seems as If ho second on a wild' throw. Ollison
could stay for a week In tho box, and died it I first, Anderson stcnllng third,
looks like l'apko's twin brother. Makln sacrificed Anderson home.
Tho Marines tried Knight In tho Knight oxplrcd at first. One run.'
l.ox, and ho was n great success, Ninth Inning Olrard out at Hrst.
ably filling tho shoes of tho Hlncsi Mullano safe to first und stealing
Gibson combination which generally
docs the twirling for the Marines.
Williams did tho catching for tho
half wots, and Anderson, tho regu
lar catcher, held down first In
All the Iluffalo men Bccmed to on-
t:and. O'llrlen made Aral on safe
hit and stole second. Boyd flew to
Davis. No runs. (,
The line-up of both teams was as
lollona: Marltics Hayes, 2b; Wil
liams, c; Oaw, ss; Coll, 3b; Davis,
cf; Anderson, lb; Olbson, If; Ma-
joy incmscives to tno limn, nnu it hn rf. Knight, p. Buffalo Conk
was a treat to listen to somo of the nn 31,. olrard, cf; Mullanc, ss;
tcmarks mado by the sailors. There o'llrlen, 2b; IIod. lb; Joyce, rf;
If. some deep Joko on the Iluffalo Hosmnn, p; Hippie. If; Schaufhau
whlch (s kopt a dark secret from the tie c. '
outsiuo puDiic. it has something to Thcrc ma., .another game be-.
10 wun cnerry picKcrs, unu mo .(,.. ih liiifrln team nn.l nn. nf
the other military clubs tomorrow.
allusion to tho "pickers" never falls
to raise a huge laugh from tho sail
ors who happen to bo present. May
be somo of tho Jackles come from
tho cherry-growing districts on the
mainland, and hence the Joke.
Yesterday's game was umpired by
A. Esplnda, and his decisions were
O. K. every time. Pedro, who was
n spectator, put In a word at ono
stugo of tho gamo to the effect that
he thought tho lluffulo pitcher was
balking at times when throwing to
third, but tho suggestion wus very
The gamo by Innings went as fol
lows: Klrst Inning Conklln funned. 01
uird flew to center field. Mullano
died nt first. No runs.
Hiijch failed to malm first. Wil
liams hit the air. Oaw expired at
flrbt. No runs.
Sciond Inning O'llrlen flew to
tctoud. Iloyd turned up his toes nt
Prut. Joyce mado first safe and
.Idle second. Hosmnn hit a two
bagger and Joyco camo home amidst
ells of delight from tho cherry
plckors. Hlppto died at first. One
Call flew to catcher. Davla walk
"(I, then got to second on a passed
ball. Anderson hit ouo Into tho
river and Davis got home. Gibbon
made llrst. Andorson to third. Ma
kln bunted and got to first safe, An
'IcrMiii getting homo and Makln ad
vancing to third. Knight safe to
drst and Makln home, Gibson going
out nt third. Hiijch died nt Mint,
Third Inning Srunuhautlo failed
'o mako first. Conkloo got free
'r.insportatlon, 2 Olrard mado two
bagger and got to third on passod
'tall. Conklln out nt homo plate.
Mullano wont nut at first. No runs.
Wllllums mado a hole in tho nt
iiosplioro. Oaw made first and got
lo. second on a wild throw aad thon
homo on a similar bit of bad throw
ing. Call funned. Davis got n pass
lo first and stole second. Anderson
funned. One run.
l)urth Inning O'llrlen died at
llrst Iloyd flew to Olbson. Jojco
could not mako llrst. No runs,
Gibson got to first safe. Makln
died at first, Knight got to first
safe, and Olbson got home from sec
ond. Hayes passed In his checks at
first. Knight sufo tn second and
stealing third. Williams bunted
und died. No runs,
Fifth Inning llosman flew to
Hayes lllpplo went out at first
Schuufhuutlo died at flist No runs
The Iluffalo docs not sail till Thurs
day, and tho "Cherry l'lclters' nre
anxious for another chance to re-
trlovo their lost laurels.
HAWAIIAN GUN CLUB
HAS FINE DAYIS SPORT,
By Hour or Trip.
G. O.'BebKloy, pTr.'.
Friday To Be
A Real Sports
Friday will be the day of days nt
Kaplolanl Park, and, nothwlthstand
Inl; the many counter attractions,
there is sure to ho a tremendous
croWd out to see the many Interest
ing events that arc to take place.
Dr. Hand has a splendid program
to pull oft and nil" Hie other sports of
tho town seem to be giving him a
hand (no Joke). The N. 0. Jl. find
that they will not bo able to play
their game of ball against the Ma
rines, and the good old Shatters hau
stepped Into the breach and will
have a go nt tho half wets. This
should be a fine game, and It would
burprtse nobody to beo the Mnrlncn
CCt theirs from the Shatter lads.
, The Marathon race Is all fixed up,
and most of tho men have cased oft
In their training for tho event, and
ire taking things quietly for tho
ficxt few days. Tho motorc)clc
laces will provldo excitement
enough for everyone, and mmo re
markable speed will, bf shown by flic
fcluall machines. Then, the walking
race Is going to be a beauty, too, and
till' tho men who have entered for
the event feel so confident of winning
that the event should nbout end In
a red hoat.
llcsides the Kaplolanl Park sporls
meeting, there Is to be a babeball
gamo between tho Diamond Heads
and Punahou A. C. at tho league
grounds. Theso two teams tied for
.the championship last season, and
their meeting on Friday should bo
very Interesting to watch. There
a ll bo an admission chargo of 2G
cents to all parts of the ground, and
no doubt a big crowd will roll up
to watch the old rivals at work. Tho
llnc-up of both teams will ho as fol
lows: P. A. C. II. McCorrlston, c:
i. Williams, p; A. Q. Mnrcalllno, lb;
V. Hooks, 2Ii; Hcpderson, 3b; Hamp
ton, sh; II llruns, If; J. Kla, cti
Deuba, rf. D. II A C 8. Davis,
q; It. Lcllc, p;--Ed Kcrnandos, lbrH.
Chllllngworth, 2t; S. Chllllngworth.
31b; Sng Chung, ss;, Geo. Desha, If;
U, Lemon, Cf; A. Louis, rf'. This
llnc-up looks good enough for any
thing, and the game should bo well
HILO ARRANGES FINE
PARADE FOR FOURTH.
Illlo, not content with having a
magnificent day's horse racing on
the Fourth, is also conducting a
floral parade, which will bo an
eyo opener to tho Inhabitants of tho
Captain Fitter, who has charge
uf tho urrangcmcntH for the parndo
features of the celebration, has de
cided on tho following list of prltcs, I
which will be given the winners of
tho various Mictions of the. parade,
the list having been approved by
the main committee:
Most beautiful and original
float, nagon or auto 2u
Debt decorated touring car.... 20
tlest decorated runabout IK
Ileht decorated carriage, 15
I'ati rider, best dressed 10
Pan rldef, best rider f
llest decorated blcyclo or mo
Antiques and Horribles 5
Tho eleventh semi annual shoot of
the Hawaiian Gun Club on Saturday
wus a great success, and the form
fchown by tho gunners was first class.
Tho scratch men were a little hardly
Used as tcgards handicaps, but still
rtmuetl up rcmarkabl) veil In tho dif
Harvey, as ubual, did excellent work
anil kept up his reputation as a good
all round shot. There were quite a
number of spectators prcbent and tho
greatest Interest was taken In thu a
Tho official results weru.au follows
First event 20 birds, handicap;
known angles. Won bj C. W. C. Deep
Ing, 19 out of 28; J. W. Harvey, 18 out
of 20, second; W. B. Wall, 17 out of
23. third: E. Kopke, 17 out of 28
Second event 10 birds, tcratch: un
known angles; for E. O. Hall & Sou
cup. Won previously by J. W. H,arvcy
and D. I.. Austin. Wun for second tlmo
by J. W.'Haney.
Third oent 20 birds, handicap;
known angles; free-for-all, E. F. Pat
ten, 20 out of 25, first: W. II. Charlock.
10 out of 30, second; II. D. Uowpn, 19
out of 28, third.
Fourth event 10 birds, scratch: un
known angles; free tor-all; for Walker
chnsanthemum cup; won previously
ny D. I.. Austin, I. Spalding and II. M.
Whitney. Won by J. Tax as, 9 out of
Fifth event 10 birds, scratch: un
known angles; free-for-all; walking
match. J. TavaB, 7 out of 10, first; J
W, Harvey, 6 out of 10, second.
Sixth cnl 20 birds, handicap:'
known angles; clusa shooting; freo-fnr-all.
E. I. Spalding. 20 out of 24. first:
B. Kopko, 16 out of 28, second; J.
TavaB, 18 nut of 23 and 12 out of 13,
on tics with W..M, Vlncont, J. W. Har
vey, C. Ming. K, H. Porter, I. Spalding.
W. II. Charlock, third; W. B. Wall, 1$
out of 22, fourth; J. D, Mcyelgh. 15
out of 21, fifth.
Seventh event 10 birds, handicap;
known angles; consolation, threo en
tries, atl scratch men, I, Spalding, 8
out of 10 and out of S, first; II, E.
Walker, 8 out 'of 10 and 3 out of 5,
second; K, P. Poter, 8 out of 10 und
2 out or 5, third,
High uverago gold medal won by J,
W. Harvoy, 83 iwr cent.
Tho becond prizo In tho first ccnt.
was presented by Co) no Furniture
Co.; third by Hawaiian Electric Co,
anil tho Fourth by M. A. Gunst & Co, i
In tho third eent tho first, second
and third prises were donated by K. Formerly cutter for H. P.,Bothi is
(). Hall & 8.0H8, Evening liulletlii, and now in charge 'of L. B. KERR'&
A stand will bo built by the com
mittee at the Mooheau Park, from
which the Judges, who will bo select
ed later by Captain' Fetter, will bo
ablo to review the parade and dis
tribute the prizes to tho lucky ones.
Captain Fetter and llrlckwood
Ljman will huve criargo of the an
tumobllo and carriage section of the
parade; Illchuril I.) man will look
after the pau riders; Charles Swain
takeu charge of tho antiques and
horribles, and P, C. llenmer will be
asked t'u lommand the bicycle
Additional Sports on Page 6
Thu man wKo paya dearly for his
oxivrlincu would bo willing to m'II II
Many a bachelor has hail an arrow
escape from Cupid's bow,
In thu fifth event tho first and sec
ond prizes wcro given by M. Mclntiruy,
Ltd., and II. Hackfcld & Co., Ltd.
Tho becwid prlzo In tho sixth bhoot
was presmted by tho Hawaiian Ga
zette. Co., and tho fourth by tho Met
ropolitan Meat Market.
C. M. Tal guo tho first prlzo In tho
he unth oent, and the Slur Nons Com-
! puny Iho tecond ono
fl h 1 1 1
Our line of
smart new Regal
Shoe styles lias won a
let cf praise among the
best-urcssed men in
town. These new
Regal models ate tmattcr
than ecr, end they ihovr
genuine cunom ilyle in cveiv
line and curve.
Well-known New York and London cirtrm hoolmalcu
designed the models from which every one of llirjc Regal Styles
is built. They have a distinctive custom appearance found in no
other rcady.lo-wcar shoe. Moreover, they arc made in quarter
tlzci, insuring you an exact fit and perfect comfott.
Regal Shoe Store
Cor. King and Bethel Sts.
Black Douglas Oil
Acknowledged to be qiu'Lct nn-l surest remedy for
Ever used ou these Isl.nds, It docs not irritate or hum,
but Rim relief unmcdiatsly. Oiitniiinl nt leading; drug
stores and at VETERINARY SUROEON TOrTIE'S Office,
Corner Hotel and Union
Lovejoy & Co.,
P.O. Box 637 - Tol. 308
, 90U-904: Nuuanu St., Honolulu
Honolulu Photo Supply Co,
CO.'S TAIL0RINO DEPARTMENT.
This is a little homily on footwear your Sox.
Your feet arc entitled to the best Rive it to them.
They cannot be comfortable in ill-filtin;:. unsanitary sox,
whose colms run and fade, and wl'.oss feet rapidly All
with holes, to run up rtaruinc: bills.
It's not Economy, cither.
"Square Deal" Sox cost no more than the inferior, un
guaranteed kind, and arc a lot more satisfactory finest
quality Mercerized Lisle, absolutely fast colors, stronc,
seamless, thin and comfortnblc, guaranteed to wear six
months, or will be replaced with a new pair free.
That's the Maker's guarantee we br.tk it.
Six pairs in a box black or tan, $2.00,
Now on display in o'ir Bethel street windows.
Call and examine. X'or snle only by t ?
YEE CHAN & CO.,
KINO AND BETHEL STS.