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" EVENiNG nULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. 1?" WkDNTSDAY, SRPT. 1, '09. ' ..-.,
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liltEAT SHOW AT
THE ATHLETIC PARK
Tlu Athletic I'.irk Is cctliilnly l.i.ik
liu K'iol in Hit) iitlrnUlim line. There
Bill Ill .Illy IIIIU tllllllHIIIIll H'(llU' lit III
ilniu lift cloning mill nil went iiuny
i In- tii-ungoiiioni expects fully two
iiuns.iiiil nt llu' poifiir'naiict' tonight,
ii ii a tnmplclo thiingo of program
mII Ihi IikI. TIhi sight of llircti urrn I
lint walking about, tlu I'm xl mil' stand
in mi 111" tlioiildi i h nf Hi" xi rotnl one, '
ml the llilril one kI:hiiIIMK mi his hold
n tup of the head of the higher one,
Ii iilrt mill legs uulstietched iirni touchy
in: nothing. Is ttiongh to llirlll tlm
i imL willoiw. AiiiI Ilic sight nf n trick ,
llitllrt Jumping lopo mill climbing
mill descending Sl'lllS (III OIIO wheel
mill Jumping over pciilo Ijlm; on tho
id pit .mil ildlt',1 on u phtfnnii with
i lul i.Mlltil mi his shoulders mul mi
c i in r e dint standing up mi ho? shuuld-
i-. brought .iininds of applause from
Mnl then tlm tumbling U tliu fliion:
i i i mmmi In Hiu TVirltor), and lliu lioy
i mil ccrl llnly amused Ilic children,
li Ik unties ifml tlio liimlili'H lie encount.
i ml Keeping tlio audience In a roar of
l tighter. Tlio plmio pl.t) or Is mid of
ilic Illicit In llniioliilii nml her pta)lng
' tlio ri client intuitu pictures Ilic
nislo being nppioprljlu to tlio arlima
, JtJ-4 M
scenes niut pla)s shown on tlio screen,
adds zest nr.il brings out the scenes
pin Ira) cil with lvlil force.
The prices uiu populnr otios, 20c for
the grand stand, in for the bleachers;
clill Iron half prlcn.
Rigidity of Spinal Column
to be Main Trouble of
MUNICH, August 1(1. IMward 1
iir.lmaii. the railway mannatc,
ho left hero Siturdiiy for Paris,
piobnbly will return to Amorlcu
ihoitly. Tho correspondent learns
fio'm tin autliorlatUo source that Ills
thief nllment Is a rlsfdlty of tho
crtebrnl coluinu. lio Is a little, it I
nnv, better, baxlni? derhed no reai
benefit from the baths In Oastoln
watcis. Thtso posslhly were ton
BtioiiK for lilm, and In nny event
they do not appear to baio suited
his inse. J
During his stay In Munich Harrl-
man went out little and made no"
long cxiurslons. Ills family fre
quently used the automobile which
l.e Ins with hlin, but ho scarcely
ever went out with them,
Abmlt 400 delegates nre attend
ing tho Christian Missionary Alii
anro convention which opened In
t, -- - . , . .
Go into 000 Honolulu homes every
day. Every newspaper has an average
of five-readers. That makes 15,000
readers of this afL
only an illustration of how effective your
advertising1 would be if
you used a half page in the
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ENJOYED DY AIL';:
The rtcepltori toiidercii the Con-
I gresslonal arty )esterday nftcrnooli tr IU constitution leijitlrlng till laws
'by (lovcrnor mul Mis, i-'reir at (lielrlcf a general nature to be tiiilforni In
. Iionio, "Arcailln." drew together mem- their operation, Tlio decision nan
orles of the old rcnimo anil tlio bull-
i t-l .till facts of the present.
I i .'rnrnlril ha ll wnn ulni htlhtlnir
M flags (ho spacious grounds pro-
r-,1 a Ann nlmo.irn. c. n.t tl.e
jdnsscs of the ItulH'S, tlio iinlfonns 'f 1
Iho officers and ilia costiinios worn
by tlio ladles of tho old court, helped I
add an "arcadian" touch that was
not Impaired by tlio lack of shcpanl-
,a0 n tno nrternoon, Queen Mil-
oknlanl ami l'rlnco and Priticecs Ka-
ii,inii,. nrriio.i nn.i ..r l.M
,y jj,e host and hostess (or n few
minutes. Later tho former queen
,c,i n infernal court of her own.
JJerKer's band alternated American
pmj Hawaiian nlrs with an occasional
uixlo" for tho Congressmen of tho
South, who failed to out-applaud their
ltakersncld, August 25. The act of
lii- last I.ealslaturo tiroildlnu that no
saloons shallbectected within four
I in "" 1 "11 M C Jf 1 X.
miles of where twenty-five or nioroi
iiilii are ong'fKoii upon iiry public
vork whs iiulllfled us far ns liming
fill co In Kern couniy, when Jtnlg.i'
(iinelt. In tho Hilpcrlor Court t id i) '
declared the net iltlcotiMlttitlutial lit. I
l.asell liln ileclsioil iiHin u prmlklnn i
lendcred th the case of A. C. Cutlite
back, a Mnjjva detiert saloon keeper
vho conJiictH a saloon along the
t)HH rher nqiieduci within the pre-
"'"' "'" Jll,,0 ,,WmuU fcal11 '"
'''"jnrdrl'linlcly lllo brorlo III sild
r(,c wICroby it tilan who has bem
otiaRod In tlio busln6ss bf soiling In-
(, xlcntliiR lhiuors ut n k en place for
Mx months Is pcrinltled to continue
to sell Manors, while n man who bis
l,c-'n eniriKeil In such biislnes'i for
""'V n nioiitlm nml twciity-iilne da)s
I'lohlime.i rroin eontinuiiiB siitn
IntsincsH, Is clearly lulatlo of tho
prmlslon of ilic Constitution requiting
all laws of It general l.uliiro to have a
CASTOR I A
For Infanta dad Children.
rhd Kind YoU Hare Always Bought
E. O, Hall & Son,
GOOD TENNIS IN
On Thursday mid Saturday tho ten
uis liners of this city will hac mi op
portunity of witnessing home of tho
best matches which bae been seen In
the Islands for years.
Thnrsit.i) afternoon will xco the flit
nls of the ladles' singles, In which Mrs.
It. Hind o Kebab, Iluwnll, meets Miss
Mlrhm Hall of San Itnf.tcl. California.
If .Mis. Hind plns lis good tenuis as
the did esterda In her match of
, mixed doi.hles she should defeat Miss
Hall, who has a national reputation In
tennis circles us the result of her hold
ing the national doubles championship
of two p.irs ago with Miss May Sut
ton ns her partnci
On Saturda) the mixed doubles fin
als will he plajed Mis. Hlud and Son
uy Ciinlin meeting Miss Hall and I', I!.
St cere. The teams nre so ecul
matched that It will bo hard to pick a
winner. Miss Hull Is generally ac
knowledged to bo n grain stronger
, t ti.it Mrs, Hind at this gime, but Cun
hn has a like nihaiitago of Stcere. Tim
game that the latter has been plulng
tor tho .1st week, howoor, Is far
uliino his get oral nM'iago mul one of
the closest m itches of the tournament
Is foukod forward to.
Tho men's doubles commence todav
and will bo rudieil, through as quickly
11s possible In ordir that the finals may
bo plnod on l'ildu If It can bo nc
compllsbed. In this sictlou of the
tout turnout Cunlin mul (lee nre ex
pected lb win out, thoiuh there Is a
possibility that the) ma meet defeat
when they run against n strong com
dilution in I)alil Anderson nml Cap
tain Low, The entries in the doubles
Include ull the stiongest plaers In Iho
city and much better tennis than wus
seen In the singles can be expected in
almost in cry match. Hx-Chumplon
Ilnlh, with Williamson ns bis side
mate will bo among the contestants
mid Is expected to make n haul fight
for championship honors.
WHAT'S jy NAME?
It has taken four generations of
Steinwns to doelop tho Slelnway pl
mio to whcio it has no peer.
Win. Slelnwny was lie. founder, but
his son Theodore, the greatest geiitus
In piano constiiictlon tho world has
oer known, started It 011 its upward
com so and now the fourth generation
are ncthe In icrpctiiatlng its great
name. Tliner I'lano Co, sell them.
Alfied and Leonardo Splno, broth
th, who married sisters nt St. Louis
on the same day last October, be
came fathers on the same day. One
1 man posbesses n boy and the other a
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Attiacted li.v inaldi n-lulr ferns
which glow profiled) In tho moun
tains, John and Augustine llotellni
and two of the 1'icltai Imjs went up
to Tiiiitulus Mondii morning at 'J
o'clock and had not been beard friini
until jc-stcriKiy, when the) reached
Kniiuibe, where their presence was
reported liaik to tho police station.
They went through tho foliage on
tho Tnntnliis it tit II they got so fur
away from home that they lost their
path and wandered along hopeless!.
Although exhausted, they plowed
their way onward until they fouiid
theiuselies in the Nuitaiui Valley.
Kiom theie the) wuuderid 011 until
the) leached Kuiienhe.
Ycsteidn mottling Mrs, llotelhn,
tile mother, repoiled tho mutter to
Captain Maker nt tbct polite station,
and In ronscqucme two mounted of
ficers weie detailed 0I1 the case.
Later In tho day J II. Kreltus, tho
brother o ftho l'relt.is lins, who had
iiIko gone out In seurch of his broth
ers, reported from Kuneohc that he
bud found them all there. Tho par
ents and the lost children bad 0110
of the happiest reunions )esterday.
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