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EVENING 1IU1.LCT1N. HONOLULU, T. II, MONDAY, AUQUST 23, 1909
Those Who Are
Deficient in strength and vitality
advised to drink
who ' need
Beer contains malted barley and
hops a food and a tonic of the
But better a;o without beer than
drink beer that
PUREST BEER IS
if v .
AT Mi Mmmm M
m 1 mm 'Jmmmr '
The J5ccr That's .Brewed
iocDuit inc viimDje
Combines quick and hard
dryinc; properties without
sacrificing elasticity or dura,
bility and protects the wood
under severest wear and
washing. Does not mar,
scratch white or spot. Works
easily; dries dust free in four
to six houis, hardens over
night and can be rubbed. On
punted or old floors, linoleum
or oil cloth, one coat is suffi
cient. Remove all grease
and dirt from floors before
applying. Reduce with tur
pentine when necessary.
Ono of the Standard Varnishes
Theo. H. Bavies & Co.,
THE PASSION PLAY AT
Will attract n great many Honolulu
folk next joar, but thoBO going will
nuko n uro.it mistake If tlioy fall to
barn German first, an with so great a
, cniwil of tourists It will lio lniioHHllile
to find Interpreter Hut jou can
Irarn to speak Oman (or Krcnch)
In flvo weeks, vlinply giving It ono
I linur n diy 1'iof. Muthowa, who hns
l.ttelj returned from nuropo will ex
phln how this can bo done, at tliQ
YomiR hotel next Thursday and rrldiy
1 mid offers to give an j one a week's
lieu trial of Ills molhod.
Local and National
WHEN MAUI BEAT
IT WAS A HARD-FOUGHT BASEBALL BATTLE, AND CROWDS
WERE FULL OF ENTHUSIASM MEN DEFEATED WERE
GAME TILL LAST BALL WAS PITCHED.
WAH.UKU. MAUI. AllC. 20. TIlO IhlU- worn ntilmlm- In ll.n full nil ll.n'
Illlo linscball team hns been In Wal-1 honors and tlia Now cry houmicts
luku and pl.i)C'l three excellent games
with the !. Tho first Kline was
on Saturday nfteinoon at Kahulut
Kealolm and III own wcro tho bat
tery for the Wilting team while Upton
and Mojor defended tho honors of tho
I omo team. Kc.iloha has already
plajed hull on Mnul having hern with
the Stnu ns lis third baseman, but
Mutilans wero tlmmlei struck when
they saw- him pitching for thu Hltos.
showered iipon them by their hosts,
The after dinner speeches lasted
until nine o'clock and during that one
hour thero wasn't n dry moment.
Among those who s.it down with tllo
plnjcrs anil niicechmakcrs wero: Dr.
J. J. Caicy, I). T. Carey, tho Missus
Hannah ami Daisy Sheldon of Uhuo,
Kaualj Mrs. Ljman of Illlo, Mrs. 11.
Murray of Honolulu, tho Misses Cum
mlngs. Assessor J. II. and Mis. Kline-
wa, Mr. and Mrs. K. II. and Miss J.
The Yise Buyer
One of the first rinuisiUs to success is to learn to
economize. The wis man buys Regal shoes because they
are the best value offeie-1 in the world for the nrice.
Our new Regal Bcston Russ'a Calf Blucher is only
one of our many strong sellers. It is a perfect fitter, of
genteel shape and an extremely fine wearer. The price is
Regal Slice Store's reraiiing is the best and quickest.
Regal Shoe Store
KcCandlcss BIdg. King and Bethel.
GOOD BOARDS AND SPEED '
San Mateo Autoists Join in Improve
I ments Campaign.
I San Mateo, Aug. 3. Campaigns
I arc nbout to begin throughout this
I country In tho Interests of autnmo-
blllsts of the bay regions as well ns
tho suppression of speedburners.
On tho return of W. J. Martin.
,.,. . . 1. llniiln.iilii .ic....... I,n
j pit'SUIl'Ill Ul IIIU ICIIIUBUIU ihuiiiuiiui-
league, fiom tho San Joaquin valley,
I a meeting nt this point will bo call
! ed foi the renewal of the good roads
I movement. An effort will ho mado
I to Improve tho roads under tho
I count) highway net of 1907, and
i the league will hold meetings
throughout the county to securo tho
I necessary number of signers to tho
j supervlsoral petition.
I The inoncj for tho campaign has
been pledged u a numucr oi weuiuij
When he held down the Maul team Garcia, I,. K. Hart, tho Misses Eva
to 2 runs all Maul was then awakened and Cmrlo Scholtz. MIhs M.irv iini
to a now star In tho baseball Held. Mrs. V. T. Robinson, J. 11. Ixjvo, W.
Tho Hllos undo 4 runs wlillo tho All , I Kaao and many others. Tho La
Maul scored 2. Inlunia Oichestrn under Mnnager Carl
Tho second gamo was plnjed at Hose plajed lively music at Interval
Well's Pari:, Walluku Sunday after- during tho luau, mid their pHjIng was
noon. Tho grandstand was filled with ndmlred by nil. It was the samu club
baseball cnthurlastH wlillo nutomo- that rurulshcd music for the dancing
biles and carriages of nil descriptions at Puuncne Harvest Homo. After tho
wcro lined up on tPhor sldo. Tho day luau. all went up to tho Walluku Town
was beautiful until tho last Inning Hull nnd dancing was kept on until
was jilajcd when a stiff brcezo from nearly ono o'clock,
tho north camo and stirred up al Assessor and Mrs. J. H. Kiincwn
column of dust ns was never expe-'gavu n very excellent pol supper nt
rlenced before at Well's 1'ark. Tho. their homo Sunday evening In honor
Hllo team put up tho same battery, of tho Desha bojs nnd others fiom
wlillo tho Mnul team wero obliged to Hllo. It was a ,1no lajout, (ho H.i
put In W. Ksplnda nnd Joo Clement j wnllan dainties or various kinds be
as pitcher and catcher becauso tho Ing prepared by experts In that line.
regular players did not arrive In time.
Up to tho Tth Inning the homo team
was leading by i runs. Doth failed
to scoro In tho Sin, but In tho 9th P.
Ksplnda from light field tliro.v In a
ball which wuit umlci tho grandstand,
Resides tho baseball bojs thu follow
Ing wcro among tho guests: tho
Misses Sheldon, the Misses Scholtz,
Mr. and Mrs. Hart, Miss Hart, Mr.
Lovo, Mr. and Mrs. 15. Oucrro, nnd
many others. Tho I.anititna music
nnd tho men on bisos then nnde for bojs also enlivened tho ovcnlng with
nonio. i our runit were scored in that
Inning whlclmled with the Mnul toim.
The latter did not mu'tq a run In their
Inst half. As tho v.lnd was raising a
cloud of dust re ndorln;; It almost lm
IMisslblo fo, plajera to continue play
ing, uinplies Jns. A. Hultle mnl M. K.
Kiohoknlolu , declared tho gamo a
draw and no voice was raised Jgaliut
On Mumlay afternoon the final gime
wns plnyod. iTheio weio not us ninny
pljjeru on thnt day ns on the two
pievlous events, but tliero
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
"The Very Best in Everything" is ihe secret of our sue
cess. This, together with the "know how" in the manu
facturing of Soda, has placed our products in a class by
themselves. Wc deliver to all parts of the city.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLEirF, Manager.
enough rooters and admliers for
either tojin to uigo each of Ilium to
work haul lu vlctor. Uodrlgues
pitched for the Hllo during tho first
Ho Innings while Kiuloln ntlieiwlhc
known here nH "Tabu" held tho Ijj
during tho remaining four Innings. J.
Onicln second baseman of Maul hav
ing hid his lltttu P.iio'ei- of tho left
their excellent music.
Tho Hllo team left for home per
MaUllakcn laHt TlWKflnv nvpnlnc nn.l
Ihcy nil left Walluku with high appre
ciations of the kind troutment of tho I
Mnul Athletic Association nnd tho1
citizens of Central Maul who extend
ed oery courtesy durlngvthclr brier
It It n
Mon Yin, the well-known Chl-
wcio nei,o athlete, left on the Manchuria
I autoists, who havo been stirred to hand broken In Sundnj's gamo Homy
SEE WHAT SPOT CASH WILL DO!
Call nt the Honolvlu Wire Bed Co.'s retail store nnd
see what spot ensh will buy. Yoj will have a revelation
in prices. This applies to furniture of all kinds and to
BAILEY'S CELEBRATED "DUPLEX" WIRE MAT
TRESSES. Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
Kins and Alakca.
TAKE A DIP IN PROSPERITY
for the mainland. He Is going to
Ynle,nnd thero Is no doubt that ho
will mnko good, both nt his Btudlcs
and on the athletic fields. His com
rades made up a purse and presented
It to him prior to ills sailing for tho
Let us print your PROGRAMS, MENUS,
SHIPPING TAGS, LABELS and all other
kinds of Commercial or Law Printing
Gi)e u-t one order and you buill itfe us another
iirtlim hv Douclns Watson of the
automobile club. The date for pie
scnting the petition to tho Biiper-
l visors has bctn set ns September 20.
i Supei visor Coleman has "piopoaed
to Increase the county speed limit
f i om IB to 30 miles nn hour, to con-
I foi m with the state law and to
award half of tho autoists' free to
'thu ancsting offlccis. Coleman's or
dinance will undoubtedly pass, and
l the city fatbeis of South San Trnn-
'clhco hao given Miuslinl Henry
Kneete permission to go tho limit
In nrrestlng speeders on tho boule-
ard, instructing him to uso a
spiked plank In enforcing the law.
VAST FORTUNE COMES QUICKLY.
Chicago, August 0 niclmrd W.
Seals, foimer telegraph oporntor at
Iteilw oiiil Pulls, Minn, at a jalary of
$35 a month, nnd who retdod fiom
business jestcrdny with i fortune of
f 23,000,000 mado In seventeen jeiirs,
' nioso nt C o'clock this monilng to su
perintend tho work of twenty men In
, his harvest Holds. He unmmiiced th.il
I ho was too bus getting In his crop to
iUbcuss Ills meteoilc carter.
I Seventeen jcars no a Itoston con
i cciu sent hlin a watch, with the prh-
llego of returning It If ho could not
1 kell It He did sell It nnd nuns others.
Then ho remoied In Minneapolis.
lnn.iilniilni? hltt liiHlmH. and later
r,n,,n i nhirncn nn.l lml.ioil found tho UPatnicnt ns nt tho hands of tho
gieat mall oidei linn or Smirs Hoc-J Mniiliiiw.' Rupoivlhor T. n. I.oiib wns
'buck d Co. A New Yoik snilltilo;m',,,J tojs' master mid lm llllcd that
jhas Just pild him ?2f, 000000 foi his "paclt) with tho tact of u vetornn In
shnio In tho buslnebs. Ho h onlj 15 . H'" art of pleating nil. Among thoso
sears of ugo. called upon to muke winaiks wero:
Iloljlnson or Pain took I1I3 plnco. Hal
also had n bad ftngcr but he stuck to
his pott. Many of U10 Hllo bojs nlso
had soro fingers lift stuck manfully
to their pootB. The result of Jlonday'a
gamo was Hllo, 0; All Maul, C, with
an Inning to spare.
Tho Ecoio and niuno of plnjeis are
All Hllo TJrown, c.; Kenlohn. ji :
.Maknnul, lb.; S. Desha, 2h ; c. 1).
!.mun, bs.; Tees. 3h.; Wm. Ah HI11.
rf.; A. l)ehn. cf.: Oeo. DeBhn. if.
All Maul J. Clement, c.: W. Rsiiln-
da. p; W. Ilnl. J. Oarcln 2h : Aim.
sb.: It-illey, 3b.: P. KBplndn, rf,: O. H.
Cummlngs. cf.; H. irnglith. If.
HII" 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 47
Mnul 0 00 10120 07
Moudaj 's g.uno:
1 2 .1 1 G 0 7 8 0
Hllo 0 0 0 II 0 0 0 0 0-r0
Mnul 0 0 0 S 0 1 0 0 C
Umpires Jns. A. Hnttlo, M. K. Kco
hoknlolo. During Monday ocnliig Tlio Maul
Athlitlc Association gno a luau In
I101101 of tho visiting team at tho res
idence of Supervisor and Mrs. T. U.
I.jons. Tliero wero two Bettings and
full) fifty jiooplo But down at each.
iThoro was, plent) to oit for all, and
I the Illlo bojs declared that they nuv
. cr iKfoio rcceled such hospltablo
Severel Intcic3tlng games of Ml
ll.11 ds wero jiln cl at the MuclilzuM
Club (Mterd.iy afternoon by tho
newspaper men who were entertain
ing M. Do Young. Whilst tho
knights of the typewriter are. not
Exactly champions at tho gamo,
tliero wcie some good shots plajed.
Miss Mariam Hall, who has play
ed tennis In first-class company on
tho mainland, may he Induced lo en
ter for tho Hawaiian championship
tournament nnd show the locals n
taste of her quality. '
C. H. BEHN
Car No. 184 can now
be found al
On Display at our Garage
Your machine will be ready foi
on when we lay it will be. We
don't experiment ou on tot; we repair
Von Hamm - Young
Co., Ltd. !
ALEXANr.fJt Y0UKQ BUIIDIHQ. I
FRANKLIN "D" TOURING CAS.
AGENTS TOR THE KISSEL KAR
The Popular Correspondence Paper.
. OAT MOBSMAN
rnrn rnrnnnrn ( iui,i.,hi.
flF MYSTIC REALM Miss Kate Woodaol
v - w aw ..H..H... . ... ...
1141 tort street.
Stamping, Embroidery snd No
tions. Shirtwaists, Glorcs and Un
derwear. Orders taken for all kinds
of fancy work. Telephone 387. '
Dr. rrederlc Hell, Ph. D , tho girted
niiostlo of occultism and tho new
thought Is paying his fouith visit to
Honolulu on his way to Australia from
India nnd will deliver a THER Uctuic
to Indies and gentlemen on tho lanat
at tho Hojnl Hawaiian Hotel Tuesday
fifternoon, August 2tlh, nt 3 o'clock
Subject: "Tho Story of My Struggle
for Tiutli and Ulbeity: or Why I Left
tho Pulpit for tho IJroader Platform
of tho Occult." All honest Investlgnt-
11 s cordlully Invited,
For Sale Choice lot of
Ex Steamer Lurline.
b . 0 It. Cumnilngs C, U, I.jmnn, H. M
FROM DIFFCRENT VIEWPOINTS. Lok " Maul News Senator W. T.
Bulletin Publishing Co Ltd
r i -hi 10
Anxious Mother "I cannot permit Hohl'i-on Aulltoi Chns. Wilcox, Coim.
jou to luvo such Into cullers It wis " rreiBiuer I.. M
after 11 o'clock when Mr. lluiiiB left '' neb ill uithuslnst
NOT A REAL FATHER
An Ilplscopnl minister, who had
but recently moved to n Bm.ill town
In tho Pennsylvania coal regions,
passed two joungstcrs on tho street.
"flood moi nlng, rather," said ono
of them, misled by tho clcilcal guib,
"Don't you know nuttln?" said
the other, contemptuouslj-, when tho
Unldwln, mi old .minister was past. "D.t guy nln t
Pri'ildent Per-1 no father Why, bo's married an'
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25.
INDEPENDENT AUTO STAND
Kins and Bishop Sts.
ALL THE FITTINGS TOR
Pietty Daughter "Why mini'm I
don't boo bow jou cm i lirB Mr Hug
gins as n Into ralki It was oulj
7:30 when ho came "
ii III, Malinger W. S. MountiMftlo of not two kids!"
Knhtilul tLam, Unit In Jnb A llnttlul
nnd M. K. Kioliokulolo; Mnkiniil tlioi ONE EXCEPTION.
Illlo v'l; mil ntl'i rs, flood foolln? ' Ilvoiytlilne ionics to him
BULLETIN ADS PAY -Rg
1'ievalltil thioushniit tho evening and. walls." quoted tho motnllzor.
le wns iiimlftDtLiI on tho races or nil, "How about tho opposite sldo of
tsptclally tho guests or honor, tlmt . tlio Bttiect?" asked tho deinoralUer.
Sandy Plkea "Yes, niuin, I ired to
bo do Blni wtio vvull.U' in do d.iyH of
Ilai num. Couldn't j on lo in mo u ou li
ter to Join mo show In do ntt town .''I
Housowiro (BusplcloiiBlj ) "WheiOi
Is join wlro?" I
Sindj Pikes "Don't cany It nny
moio, niuin. I'm a wlrchss walker
Kinp; near South.
A show glil whoio ft out iiamo was
Wed a copper named Michael
"Never moro," mm mined sho,
"In tho choius I'll bo
Tor now I inn Mike's leudlug l.ulle."
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORI and KING Sts., Honolulu.
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