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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H SATURDAY, SEPT. t, 1909.
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A Large "Consignment of the
Chain and Belt Drive.
Call and See Ihou
BY V. L. STEVENSON.
Tennis Tournament League Ground Ball
Will End Today! Games For Today
for Infants and Children.
Save the Babies.
IXFANT moilTALITY is somi-llilnc; frightful. Wo can hardly teMtt
tliutot all tho children born In civilized countries, twenty-two jut cent., or
nearly one-quarter, die before tlioy reach onu year; thlrty-kcven per cent., or
inoro than one-third, before they aro five, nnd one-half beforo they tiro fifteen I
We do not hesitato to say that a timely u! of Castoria would savo a majority
This afternoon nt tho League of these precious lives. Ncithcrdo we hesitato to say that many of Ihevjlnfunlilc'
day uftcrnoon the country players gtntinU there will uo two Booii """'" " "" ""-" r"--i"""' ""i". ' ""
hnd n dny out, and the two crnckB. Rallies of ball, nnd One of the game soothlnc; syrups sold for children's complaints contain mora or Icis opium, or
will be. u rcltltn iniitrli played by , morpiiinc. iiieynre, in consiuerauiu iiiauim'!, m-auiy Hjisun. innnyqiMmiij,
the Knit linger and N. (I. II. team. they stupefy, retard circulation and lead to congcitloni, sickness, death. Castoria
. n . t .. . t ' Annul am naanllil 4l.a SHtonMun TI linllsiis I 111! l1fHlit til rt Stl 1 1 f I 1 1. tirA(..Flir n.uiattl tlin
On the lleretniila courts ettcr-.
areenflcld nnd McKcevcr, from Kwa,
managed to get Into the limits by
defeating W.lll Itoth and Williamson
after a hard tussle)-8, 0 3, 6-3.
Th total, games were very close,
ns Greenfield nnd his partner scored
18 to 14, although they wont two sets
ouf of the thrco played. The first
set was n corker, and no less than
14 games had to bo played before
it was decided.
" The piny nil mound wns very
billliant, and the match was wntch
oil with thu greatest Intel est by the
hpuctutors. Koth nnd Williamson
did their level best in the first set.
nnd, certainly gave the .Kwn pair a
run for the honors.
In vtho second net ex-chnmpton
lloth nnd his partner plucd up In
their very bent form und took the
idx games to three.
With one set each, the in.itr-li
looked very open, mid the spectators
were worked up to a gicnt state of
enthusiasm, When the four players
ftepped on to the couits everybody
was on tip toe with etclti'iiieiit.
However, the Kwn champion hnd
mi trouble to nenk of In thu third
eet, ns tbry took It to three games.
The set was much closer than the
sraie wotilil Indicate, and there were
On the first occnslon of these
nines meeting the game was n very
closo one tip till the tevcntli Inning,
when the nlrshlp went up, ns far us
the Artillery was concerned. How
ever, liny such exhibition has been
guarded against today, nml the game
should bo n leally fast nnd clnbo one,
There Is nlwajH some surprising
feature ul the big league games,
nnd this nftcrncon should prove no
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Many douce nnd vantages In each
Uieenfleld nnd McKcover have
been' playing flist-clnsi tennis for
oiuc years now, and, although the
latter player has not had much pruc
Hen' of Into owing to his rctponslblo
lutlcs at the plantation, the cracks
nie always In fall ly good form.
Should they win out In the finals
against Cunha and (lee the Joy up,
at the , big mill, will be mipietue.
The Kwn men may. be relied Upon
to put up u great light against What
Is thought to be the strongest com
bination in the Ulands. nnd If they
go down In defeat It will only be
nfter a strenuous match.
The match will start Bt 4 o'clock, bjji Hampton, who made two
nnd tho largest crowd that ever ot- i10me ran, on SatarJay week and
tended a tlnal gam. Is expected to cne ialt Saturday. Bill is a pitcher,
attend. The tennis fnns from Kwa hut has developed a p.rcat tattinff
will bo present In fdrce. und It streaj 0f iatej He is a lower of
won't be from lack of support Hint strength to his side.
inu sugar mill men win lose uiu
operates exactly the reverse. It rausei thu blood to clrculntu properly, 0x.'us tho
pores ot the skin and allays fever.
Ignaturo of ytXT'OcXdM Cnstorln
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
"CMlorliU riioI for clilklttm fttl f frrqantl
trcicrlt It, in 1 aim; oliUln the dIml rrault.
1" UsuitD Ulattkir.M. I).,
I hiTe mM jout Cm tori tn CAtci of mile In
chlMrcn ud bate founj It tbo Wt tnnllcln of IU
kind on tb inarktL" J. E.Simmus, M, I).,
Amed1tlDfliovftIatbi and bfnffltUl fur tbtl
drca Mjour tntorlUdtttnn tb bti;bct triIHv
1 Sod It la uh Ter)bmM
nff tiM yoar Cantnrla on Tarlnai orrton
In mlub! f am.1 and bafo fuunl It a tlU)!c au 1
rlSclcotlasaltT,rfpcrUtl In tbo tarlou dlMtira
Cua. EbAKP aanDixrn, M.I).,
" t bare prcfrtbM CatoHa to f IIIe for
ji-nr. It la all rlffkU Motlirrallkalt, for cLUdrch
C. A. Wtm, M. I) 'j"
. St. Uula, Mo. S. 4
Yoar Caotorla li a ppUndt J rrnniljr f
krown tbo u urld ovit, I u it In inr i
inir imii(iiiaiMin rvromiornuiDgit ivt luf torn- ttj
platoU of l&fibla atid cblUlam, 5fq
J. A. UOAKMAM.M.P., ,U..l
Kantas City, Mo , V
f prartlc and f
uruoftijn, i I Aantaswiij, mo n
Children Cry for Fletchor'g Castoria.
i- if. f-- S
in wao rur uver o j TtJctro.
match, should they be defeated
llcsldes the seml-fluuls of the gen
exception, . Although old reliable
Hill Hampton will not be playing,
tlcmen's doubles, the finals of the tl,cl "' 'lozt'" "'"" 'H.nnoii.l ar-
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mixed doubles wns played yesterday.
Miss M. Unit and F. E. Stcere beat
Mrs. Mind nnd Cunha two uetts
straight. 7-3. C-I. The first set was
n red-hot struggle, and at "five all"
It looked a very open match, How
t lata who are cnpnble of putting up
n bi anil of ball that will make the
crowd come to their feet with a
The second game between the Kit
mehiimehiis and Olamuiid Heads will
tie ricahmcn nnd Seniors had a
splint us far as the buoy.
The Scnlo.-s had a little adv.intnga
of the start, mid the Kreshmcii went
after them In racing form. Within
twenty lengths of the buoy the
Flesh leu weie within striking ills
Congress Party To
Attend Ball Games
Down nt the Athletic I'nrk tumor
low there, will be gient iloldga when
taiae of the Senium, but the latter I tin- two games scheduled take place',
hud the light of way nnd the young-' Tho CungitM-tonnl party linvrf been'
ir men lmd to uUo wnv. . Iimtcd to nlteiid. nnd it certainly.
It was nu exciting llttlo lace, and will be an eye-opener to the )uUora
It tended to fchow Unit both crews , wiicn lliey see llie class ot ball, llie
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weie lowing in uuu stiupe, una iiun ""iiu ihl up. t . ;
when worked up to u high lute of' Thy g.ime between the Jhulnc'J
htrokes, 'per m) unto the) slide am' 0. A. O.s.wlll be asnappyonc,
tliiougli the water wltliout u algu u( ."hi it is nnrci to say which lenin,
a splaih or roll. v. I' nln. The 'hnlf-wetg hao gotj;
The 1'ieshmen mnnnged to InenK a new utuher froi.i somewhere, nnd
two oius en their way back to the j minor hn It that the inysuyy LV
shed: the necessity of gettlnu new from Lellehun. ' ,'
sculls as toan as possible) was thus The line-up of the Marines will bo ,
biouglu to the ni.llto of the torn-las follows: tllliKon, i; Willlums.'V
in It tee In a forcible manner. lb; ilu'. "Ii; (law,
The I'Yoiliinnn ciew has been Thomas, If; llavls.it
strengthen! d n lot by the lettiiu of, the new iirui us catcher.
ever, Miss Hall and her .uitner uo "e 'a"B 'asi one irom mo
plnjed In champloiishlp stjle and """ ''' P'tcncil. Tho Kuins have
took the two games necessary to Improved wonderfully and Intend
win the set. going afler thu Jewels with a Jump.
The second .set was t so good. Tnc' 1,ilvu 1,ccn PructlclnK hard, and
and Cunhn and Mrs. lllnft'quutil only ,ho cmKhei ,,llve lcfn BMl"B "'
got one game In It. Still, the play 8,,mo '".wP'k with the men.
of al four was good, and the match T1,e llr!,t B"""5 wl" B,,u"t nt aun,t
was u very Interesting one. 2 cUh:U ani the. second .us soon us
Thjs afternoon will be 'the last ,,,e auar.il have .taken the Artillery
day of tho present championship nlps-or vice versa. The Hawaiian
series,. nnd the titles won will hold lwnu , w uo ,'n attendance, nnd
good, for one ear from date. The CnP""n has composed a new
chnmplons for the coming year nVe W"-"P entitled "When the Guards
us follows: Gentlemen Singles. B. ,',,t '" ""f-
S. Qee; Uidles Singles. Miss M. Hall: Sc.gea.it Harry Is so worked tip
Mixed Doubles, Miss Hall and P. K. 0,ver lll ?lrUr? "f 'j'8 flo " ,0''' "
Stcere. The tleutlemen's Doubles the matth against the Signal Corps
will be decided this afternoon. ,,!,t. ,,c,c,:!,"ot bo "I"'" to "
It Is to bo regretted Uiat Warren ln Tt1n Imkuobi today. He
piouauiy win uu giving expert iui
vlco somothlng ns follows: "flood
lo would have made things lively Jatlon, direction bud llore. there,
for all the other crack players. a", for windage, liat are you
was not In the group when the cham
plonshlp tournament was played, as
At tho conclusion of tho play to- "''"""ng a.- our snoijunie
day Judge Woodruff will present ","c" ""'", ",u-B,u'
.i, .!... .h. .i,.i ..!... The genial scigeunt will
n.,,1 .h fnnrllnn will l, n l.n.ln l'C:' ' . '"' Will Urge Ills nlllO On
onei ' to victory all the time, Hut tho
t , Itugeis nie going to make tho Uuiirds
sit up today, nml uo mistake about
Frank ... .tunzle from Mniil. Ho
has liecu uwuy fur some weeks, and,
(oiiLcqui'iitly, will have to woiU
overtime tu catch up as tegiirds ron
dltton with the lest of the ciew.
Tho Myrtles feel confident that
th'ey will bo able to give the Hcnla
nls their wash In eicry rnce, but the
ether bunch "le Just ns certain that
It w..i bo u case of throwing out n
ti t Hut to the Myitles befoie half
li.u .nil com he is covcicd.
oli: Slorii. hs:'
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The muni ciuwil Is sure tu nttentl
the games, und tbeie Is no doubt,
that the play will "satisfy even thoj
mo.t rabid fan. Two gniues of ball
this iiftcrni.on, two tomorrow and
tun on Monday Is going Mime nnit
that Is without counting the minor
league guuies that will nho s
The N'nllhls und J. A. C.s will nlsoli
meet, mid the game will surely be i
close one. lloth teams are out for
Tlio Itenhuils were, sprinting,!"1"', and tho result should be lu;
ubuut Inside the hmhor proper es- doubt up till the last Inning.
terdnv. mill thev tun (iiiiiIiil' nlimir ' tt tl It k
fast In their work. Their senior i Niagara On Tho Uiko (Out.), AuiJ
pair oar was out, and Dick Sullivan 27 Miss Mny Sutton of Cellfornia'doi
fuatcd Mrs. Ilanmim or KtiRlnud' tiilja
n Iter noon In two straight seta. C 3'.?
03 In the International lawn tchnl'rri
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open for business. Their now 'garage,
only Just completed, at tho corner of Preparations for tho rowjng races
Alnkoa and Hotel streets, Is ono of ol, te;uttn Day ate going on In flno
the best In tho city and ln addition to Bt).0, and both the Myrtles und lleii-
thelr already lino lot of oars, among allU llI0 t.avB ,, Btone untiirjied
them a Packard I.andaulert thoy havo tier en,nU to get their crews
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model, seven-seated Stoddard-Daytons Kvery nftcrnoou the men me out
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being not on tho way. lloth Mr. ,rllshes lake place between the rival
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at tho business and tho public Is for- - ...
tunatu In having placed at Its disposal iiini
nn automobllo service equal to any on MP W AHN
the mainland. I ' JlfHlll
and Curl Oss did some lluo work.
They hung a trlllo over their work
at present, and their iccovery Is not
quite lis good ns It might be. Still,
the rough edges will soon be worked
off, and then the pair will glvo tho
Myrtle representatives a great go
Ilowlng Is looking up, nnd If Is
good to see It so; It Is the most
healthy spoil of the lot and deserves
the support of ovorybody.
The Myrtles have another crew
called the "Strawberries," nnd they
me coming ulong In fine form for
beginners. They go out every eve
ning tu tho bnrgo and always get a
cheer and u few good-natured Joshes
when they cllmh Into their boat.
Tho "Strawberries" Intend having
n ruco against n combination of Ilea
Innls who go by tho name of the
"I'oha Pets," nnd it Is rumored that
the hitter crow me the real Jam,
The joungsurs nt tho rowing
guniu mo taking to tho sport llke-u
ictrlever docs to aqua puia. mid In lost In preparing tho Pearl Hnrlmr ntn
ii short time most of them will bo tension for the Inci casing travel that1!
fflUlriP- III ll Mirhitf filled . ... s. ... .. 1
ia Buru in luiiuw us compii'iiou, fc ,V
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Mnnagei llalleiityno of tho Hnpld i
Transit states that within four months" SI
till, ftira A III 1.. ,....., filt.i.- ... nw .1... .. t.'ST
tension to Pearl Harbor. While on tho.i
mainland Dallentjiio purchned ralU
mid equipment for the extension, Woil;
nu uiu roaiinay win uogm uumeilliite.
1) and tho first shipment of matcrlaf
is exK'Cled next week.
Nn new cars have been liurchahocf
for the Pearl Harbor extension. OUI.'S
lolling stock will be brought Into sor
lco mid equipped with new motor.
Tho construction work on tho ro.idwi
will bo hurtled mid no time will U
rowing In u higher class,
The Industrial. j JBdHiou of the Fonnprly cutter for H. P. Both, ii
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