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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU T, II.t THURSDAY, JULY II, 1910.
The Simplest, Strongest, and Most
csn lint believe that there Is n sensible mini living who
would mil his qwn money liilo Iho purchase of any other than
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nut avajl of the opportunity opon to everjono hi BEE and TIIV
nn Improved l)i: L.VVAIi mac Ino before buying any other.
It is haidly possiblr- to ay more than this. It is hardly pos
aiblc lo put the simple truth in plainer 7ords. It would hardly
seem possible to say it more convincingly.
The TIIIAI of n DB LAVAL machlno Is free to ovcry respon
sible man thinking of buying a cream separator.
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FINE BALL GAME
Strongest Nine of Combined Service i
Teams to Tackle Japanese j
Williams May Not Tlay Fey
ton Going Strong.
Yestcrda) nfternnon there was a
Brt.it gathering of military ball p!a)-
era at tho Athletic Park, and tho
men who are to Ucklo the Wnwda'
nine did Koine Rood pructlrc woik.
The boys were out fur tho real kind
uf hard wink, and they certain')' did
bo mo strenuous stunts. Tho team
that will go up against the Japanese
'vnrslt) men this afternoon will
make tho vlsltois wonder what they
have struck In tho way of ball-
Tho military picked team will I. a
the strongest that can iiosslbly bo put
In tho Held that Is, If Johnnie Wil
liams pla) a. There Is eonio doubt nu
to whether tho star pitcher -an pla)
or nut, and In the event of his not
doing w. Je ton of the Marines will
do most of tho twirling, with lll'l
Hampton alvii)s read) to give a
Tho Wascdas are quite nware that
they aro going up agulust thu
' rotigcsLiiluo they hao so far met.
and consequent!) will strain ever)
nerve to win from their redoubtable
oppuncntH. 01 will probably pitch
for the Japanese, and ha will need
all his bout curves to do any good
against the lieay swatters of the
Hill lluinpton Is the same head)
plajer as of old, and he, besides be
lug h first class pitcher, cm bo lu
lled upon at a pinch to do somclh'iig
sensational In the batting line. Mil
can lay the wood on with an) of
the bunch, mid no one who saw
"llammlo" hit out n homo run at tho
league grounds last )cnr can crt
forget how the bull soared uvcr to
wards tho scoreboard and Dually roll
ed right against It, while Hill lien
around the banrj like u professional
Tho gamo this afternoon will start
at i o'clock slurp, ami that Mine
should bo convenient for a number of
fans who can not get away at nn
earlier lioiir. All tljo different
branches of tho service will bo on
hand, and the rooting should be n
thing of Joy when the military lads
make their llrst run.
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DOTS AND DASHES.
ti u a it it it M n tt t n it it n tl it
it COMING CVENT8. It
II (Secretaries and managers of ti
It nthletlc clubs am Invited to send it
it In tho dates of any events which it
it they may bo getting up, for In ii
it cordon under the above head It
ii Address all communications to ii
ii tho Sporting Editor, lltilletln. ii
it t ii
it IIASKDAI.I.. it
it International Games. it
tt July It. Wimodn vs I'lcked ii
ii Team. ii
ii Oahu League Series ii
ii July 10. Wnscda o O. C. ii
ii Alumni ii
ii July 10.- J A. C vh Marines it
tt Oahu Juniors. ii
ii Jut) 17-Asahl-) vh Mil Hocks, it
it Jo ) 17 Palatini vs. 0 A. C. Jr. ti
ii Plantation LejQue. tt
ii July 17. WhIimIiii vs Ewa. n
ii July 17 Ewu vh. Watanno. ii
it Military League. ii
it July 17 Cnvulry vs. Kort Shaf- a
It July 17. Medal Flay, Honolulu it
it (lotf Club. ii
ii July 31. Novelty Tournament. it
it Cricket. ii
i! July 1C Match. ti
it Tennis. ii
ii .Inly K. O. Hull Cup. it
it Srpt. Wnll Cup. ii
it Yachting. ii
it July Pi Wren Itnce 11
it Trans Pacific Yacht flaee. tt
tt Julv -Pram ban Pcdtn to Hono ti
OAHU, MAUI, KAUAI AND
FIFTH CAVALRY TO COMPETE
ti A URur.t Season Opens
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TOAIWACIFIC YACHT RACE
IIIIKIS HE 6I1AI&
Next Hundity morning at 10
o'clock the la and Aiea baseball
nines will meet on tho league
grounds diamond, and an exciting
game Is expected to be ptn)ed.
There waa a gamo of baseball
pla)ed tit Llhua between tho Port
Allen nine and the home team. Tho
match resulted In a win for Llhue
by a score of 9 to 8.
Hawaii Should Be.ALle to Defeat
Jlcr Opponents ;Much v Disap
pointment at OntcomcKof iRacc.
It Is tno'bafl that the transpacific
jarht raio appears lo have ilwlu
died down to more or less of a
match between tho Hawaii and the
Sweetheart. The Mollllou Is reall)
a local bout, as she Is owned by
Smith .of Pearl Harbor. Fiom all
accounts, uniy-thrce boat started In
tho race, and that fact has robbed
the event of much Interest,
The other yachtsmen must have
gonn broke on Joffrlrs and then da
cldcd to cut out tho raco to Hawaii.
It is hard luck that the others back
ed out after all the talk about the
race. At first It was thought that
at least six boata would compete,
but tho plaua hao all gouo astray
iiiid only three uie on their way
l. M. Vetlcscn cabled, Tom Hob-
ion about tho raco and ro-elvrd an
uuswer sa)lng that only three
)nchtB the Hawaii, Sweetheart and
the Mollllou had sailed from Sail
Tho last heard of the Hawaii sho
was In a bad fix and becalmed. How
ever, Wilder and King know a thing
or two about sailing, and they
should manago to get the local boat
out to sea and quickly overhaul her
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DOTS AND DASHES.
NEW HEIR FOR
A Little Girl Born to Late Sugar
Kings Daughter, Mrs. Watson-
Ferris, in England.
LI line ball players aro jubilant
over tho fact that they defeated the
Port Allen bunch, aud the victors
are being congratulated by every
Much Interest In being taken In
the yacht race for the Governor's
Cup, and the boats will got away on
Saturday afternoon for tho run
around the Island,
The regular meeting of the Oahu
Ilaceball League will be held this
evening at tho office of Senator C.
Kllauea got an awful drubbing
from Llhue on the baseball dla,-
mond last week, and the tally at
tho finish was 24 to 1.
Walter Dillingham Back in the Game
Oahu to Flav Cavalry 'on Sat
urday Next Interitland Starts
Polo, the king of sKrts, Is all the
rage nowadays, and the lovers of
the gamo aro getting ready to fol
low the different matches that will
he pla.cd during the month of Au
gust. Oahu, Maul, Kauai and the
Fifth Cavalry will have teams In the
competition, nnd somo exciting and
good work should bo seen .on the
Moannlua and I.cllchua grounds.
Tho lineup for Oahu will bo al
most the s.imo ns last )ear. Walter
Dillingham, the crack pla)er, will
be found In his old position, and he
hits nlicady been out for n practise
game. His ponies arc In the best
of onditlou for to earl) In the sea
sou, and by the time the llrst game
Is played, on August 13, when the
Oahu four go up agnlust tho Kauai
men, Walter's string should be read)
to follow the ball like Delhi cham
The schedule of games to be pla)
ed has been arranged and Is as fol
lows; August It), Kauai vs. Fifth
Cavalr); August 13, Kauai vs.
Oahu: August 17, Oahu vs. Cavalr),
August 2U, Kauai vs, Maul; August
2(, Cavalry vs. Maul; August 27,
Oahu vs. Maul.
This schedule will surely prove
very attractive ami the games
should draw a big crowd of ne:ti
tors, even on the week dajs, when
it In hard for people to get uwa)
and make the trip down the country.
The Maul men are alwa)s strong
at the game, and this jcar will be
no exception. Frank Ualdwin and
his men arc getting into shape for
the Interlsland tournament, and the
Maul pontes are also In II no fettle.
Tho only change that will bo
made In the Oahu lineup seems to be
the introduction of Harold Dlltlng
ham Dr. llaldwln, Sam Ualdwtc
Wulter Dillingham and Harold 1)11
lingham will bo the Honolulu (lur
Denl'on and Fleming are nul taWni
nn active part in polo thin ieasonv
but Al Magoon and Dr. Krdman arc
ready to take up their places 1 ti the
Held, If any 'accident occurs to ally
of tho regular pla) era.
Thero was a game yesterday aft
ernoon at Moanalua between the
Itedn and lllues, aud It ended In a
tlo, as both sides scored one goal
each. The pla) era are all showing
up well, nnd the second preliminary
game, which Is to be plnjed next
Saturday at Moanalua, between toe
Oahu and Fifth Cavalry (earns,
should result In a closer game than
wits the first match pla)ed at Let
lehua. Walter Dillingham wll be
a great addition to tho home team
and tho Cavalry will not have such
an easy time of it.
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DOTS AND DASHES.
Should JackBi.uUy t,aHft M!4..p(
the .boxing game 'In Honolulu, the
public may see come good contests.
Pat Corn)n and Jack Corde should
bo matched and the go would cer
tainly Interest people,
SAN FItANCISCO. July 2. From
Surrc), Eng., )cntcrday came the nu-
nounccmciit of the birth of the
)oungest heiress to tho Spreckcls
millions. Tho Infant is little Miss
Ferris', daughter of Mrs. Emma
Claudlnc Wntson-I'errls, daughter of
the lato sugar king, Claus Sprcckcli.
whose million have been the bone
of contention among the heirs In tho
local probate courts.
Under tho will of Clans Sprcckcli
Mrs. Ferris will rccclvo ono-thlrd of
her father's cstato nnd In addition
one-third of the estate of her mother.
the lato A n mi Christina Spreckcls,
who died shortly after the passing of
her husband. The one-third whir'.
Mrs. Ferris was bequeathed by Wt
father has not been distributed be
cause of litigation which In now
ponding final determination In tV
Tho bubo born )cstcrday was also
provided for In tho will of iier
grandfather, for Claus Spreckcls di
rected that It tho child should Mil
vivc Its mother. It should receive
the Incomo from Its mother's ono
Itudolph Spreckcls and his wife
left this city two mouths ago and
are visiting the Ferrlbcs at ilich
home In Surrc)
$ ' .'teonc GG0)
Continued Success of
CASINO MU ! IC SA' LiT'TS
COME DY 0 0 M P-A-N-Y
Monday, Tuesday, Wedneiday
July 11. 12, 13
TIIK MUSICAL, SCREAM
The Three Twins
Everything New! Catchy Songs!
Pretty Costumes I Lovely Chorus!
Brilliant Scenic Effects!
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
July 14, 15, 10
"THE GENERAL'S DILEMMA"
Order Your Scats Today
PRICES .25c, 50c. 75o
Matinee. Saturday, 25c
Bas e b a 1 1
Honolulu Athletic Park
Tho Wascda baseball team spent
the day last Mondas. ut Wabla.w-a
tho Invited guests of W W Harris,
and they report that they had the
time of their lives among the pine
apples. Professor Abe, who camo over with
the baseball team from Japan, went
lib tho party to Wahlawa and dur
Ing the day addressed the students
of tho Japanese school In that dls
1 Ills remarks were ninsMpteasIng to
thoso who listened, as he gave much
iralso to the people of these Islands
tor the hospitality phown to the base
ball team during their present visit
The prntersor paid Hawaii a com.
pllmcnt lo the following language:
'In tomo places a traveler has to
encounter many unpleasant things,
but in Hawaii I feel just as I felt In
England Every day since our ar
rlvrl, ever) one has been very kind
to ua and wo arc shown every hospl
tallty. Tho American people and the
Jnpacnsc live side, by sldo In unex
celled cordiality mid In friendliness,
which fact nccuida ua tho most plcas
mt feelings. Hawaii In not only the
Paradise of Ihn Pacific, but the Is
lands me I Iced tho Paradise of the
SATURDAY, JULY 1G;
J. A. C. vs. U. S. M. C.
0, C. ALUMNI vs. WASEDA
SUNDAY, JULY 17:
P. A. 0. vs. J A C.
C. A. 0. vs. WASEDA
.25c., SOc. and 75o,
Fort bireet Below Beretinia . .
GEORGE GARDNER and ETHEL
DESMOND SISTERS and SHERMAN
J. V. GIBSON Dancing and Sing-
MOTION PICTURES -
Admission So., 10a. 15c.
"It's .Ihe Fashion"
Hotel near Fort
Tho Two Jacks"
Fifty passengers left for Illlo last
evening by the Matson Navigation
steamer Wllhclmlna. Of this number
over thirty were mainland tourists
who hud booked at San Francisco for
a round trip to the Volcano. Tho
present schedule under which the
Wllhclmlna Is operated la admirably i
adapted for tho purposes of sightsee
ing In Hawaii ncl. Upon arrival nt
Honolulu the Wllhclmlna remains nt
tho port for at least two days, then
steams to Illlo, tho trip taking but
twelve hours. The vessel remains at
the Hawaii port for at least three
rjavjt'llBCharglng, jnajnlani, lg,t and
taking on shipments of sugar This
affords plenty of time for a leisurely
Journey to the slirlno of Pele besides
allowing tho visitor tlino -for an In
spection of n picturesque portion of
the lllg Island. Returning from Illlo
tho Wilhelmlna generally remains
three days at Honolulu before her de
parture for San Francisco. Ab the
prospective traveler becomes better
acquainted with the Improved service
to Hawaii, the trip Is destined to be.
come nmfe popular with the tourist
VEST-rOCKET MUSICAL COMEDY
Admission 18c. 10c, Bc
ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCIN0
will hold its first quarterly dance on
THUHSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 4,
at 8 o'clock. Odd Fellows' Hall.
GOOD MUSIC AND A GOOD TIME
CIGAR NOW 5o
M. A. GUNST & CO. Agents
1 hp. tlawnlt.in linnri wilt ntav thti
evening on the Alexander Young
Hotel roof garden, as follows.
Overture Fra Dlavoto . Auber
Reverie Passing Hours . lleaiirhont
Gavotte Glowworm . . Llncko
Selection Faubt .... . Gounod
Vocal Three Duets. .Ar. by Derger
Selection French Melodies. . .Metra
Intermezzo I.a Paloma.. ..iradlcr
Finale Madame Angot ..Lecocq
The Star Spangled Danner
The kind of boy who has never
wished he could play first base for the
homo team ought to be watchedi He
may become addicted to poetry. Dal
HILONIAN IS NOW
1ULO, July 11. Again the Mat
son Navigation Company haB added
to the passenger and freight srrv?e
of Illlo by placing a new regular
boat on the run to this city. This
time-It Ws hecnttotloiiv civ lac the
atcamMilp Hlloulair a-reW!aT,"rtt'n '"-
With Illlo as one ol her porU o N
call. Her route will be from" San, "
Francisco to the Bound, to Hono- .
lulu, to Port Alien, to Hllo, aud to
Kuhulul. She will arrive In Illlo , 1
every forty-two dajo and wl carry J
passengers as veil as freight x '
The Hlloulan arrived at Hllo last '
Saturday and Is scheduled to leave
this evenlug. She is under the com
mand of Captain Frederlcksoti,
Captain M. A Madsen, who was
last In Hllo bb commander of the
John Ena, la now llrst officer of the
"Why Is Sprlgglns so anxious to go
Into huslnossT" "He hasn't been able
to develop any class In golf and It
worrlos him. lie's got to do some
thing to get his mind off tho gamo."