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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H MONDAY, APR. 24, 1911.
I 'W " " II I" I TI l I '! '
"TIME IS MONEY"
WHY LOOK ANY fURTHER FOR A SUIT?
Regular $18 00 SuiU for
Regular $22.00 Suits for
Regular $27.00 Suits for
Regular $30.00 Suits for
A WORD TO THE WISC IS SUfflCICNT
rORT STREET, NEAR BERETANIA
HONOLULU, T. H.
EVERY DEPARTMENT Or THE
IS UNDER THE PERSONAL SUPERVISION OF MR. ADADIE
777 KING STREET No Branches TELEPHONE 1471
When thernionieter Says "It's Hot,"
Thermos Answers " Certainly Not,"
My contents are Icy Cold.
And when Thermometer goes below,
Says Thermos Bottle " 'Tis Not So"
For "All Is Hot I Hold."
And they are both right. The latest thing in Thermoi Bottles Is here
we have them! the pint bottle that we sell you for $2 each.
Everybody con use a THERMOS now -the price brings them within
anybody's teach for everyday use. Call and look nt the new bottle.
E. 0. Hall & Son
Pork and Beans
A food of fine and rich
Yonr Grocer Has Them
TWO GAMES IN
Aica Defeated Ewa and
AltlmuRli there uas considerable
rnln w-xlrrilny. tli Knmi'i In thi sunar
lcnKiie wore playo das well, Alea tlo
featlnjT IJwn 4-3, nml the rrpnrt corn
lusr In that Walpahu put It nil hut
Wnlnnno to the tunc of 14-2.
Tin' flrst-rni'iillonptl Kuinn was play
ed nt Alea niul tlio second nt Wolanne.
All II HI! HI) PO A n
.1 Peter, If 4 0 I 0 1 0 0
II Rillcy, nn 4 1 1 1 1 2 0
l Kealolm, p ....r. 1 1 0 2 2 0
O 11 Form, c 4 0 n 2 8 4 0
i). Muiniiiii, cf ....r. n a o 1 o 1
i: cihii, 21 r, i 2 o o 2 1
12. Aynu, .lb 2 1 1 2 2 3 0
M. t'ubral, rf 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
A Too Ynu. 11) ...2 0 0 0 11 0 1
Totals 32 4 12 5 20 13 3
J. nilas. 3li 4 0 0 0 2 1 1
It. Cordelro, ss ....4 1 0 1 0 1 2
J Lnlng, of 4 0 2 0 4 10
Plata. 2)i 4-1 3 1 fi 3 0
V Meyer, p 2 1 0 0 7 1 0
J Heiito, rf 4 0 1 0 2 0 0
T. Kna, II) 4 0 2 1 4 0 0
J Travenn, If 3 0 1 0 0 0 0
M 1'Vrnandez. p ..3 0 0 0 0 2 1
Totnl 32 3 9 3 24 9 4
Siore by InnliiRH:
Two-base hits, Kpnlohn, Farm, LI
mnnul, LiiIiik, I'.nn; sacrifice lilts, J.
Peter, Cabrnl: lpft on baRes, Alea 13,
Kwii (: stroclc out, by Kpnlolia 7, Fer
nandez, r.; bases on called balls, off
Kenlnhu 2, T'ernatadez 7; lhl throw, J.
IjiIdk; imxsvd balls, Meyer 2, Farm 1.
Umpire, Henry Clillllni;iortli; scorer,
A. Do Santos; time of game, 1 hour
It It tt
DOTS AND DASHES.
Harper's hand wan ilnwntnwn yo'tcr
ilny until after 1 o'clock, when It was
foUnd Impossible to Ktart the ball
Karnes, ntul then the members, who
were to have lei the Mr procession,
went to their liomei.
The boys nt Lollelnm linil n vaude
vllle performance last nlitht, when nr
tlilH from the combined thenters went
iitit to the barracks for n performance,
taken there by Oeneral Manaiccr J.
McKlnley HIrIi and Kams meet this
afternoon on the diamond nt MaklUI
In the InterHcholantlc I.e:iRiie, nnd tlio
Kaiue should be a Rood line, lis the boys
are out for blood.
nerves and brain, and you can't have
them if your rest is fitful and broken.
Good sleep is the result of perfect
digestion. In fact, health itself is vitally de
pendent upon good digestion.
Perfect digestion and sound, restful sleep
are assured those who habitually use PRIMO
BEER as a table beverage. It aids the diges
tion, soothes tired nerves, acts as a general
Any meal will taste better for a glass o
he. Beer That's Brewed
To Suit The Climate
tt tt tt tt tt it it tt it tut tt tt tt tt tt tt
tt 6PORT CALENDAR. tt
tt If MnnnKers nf baseball nnd nth- St
SS or athletic teams would notify tlio tt
St II it I lot I n of tlio dates of pro- tt
tt posed matches si) that nucli In- St
tt formation could bo placed In tlio tS
tt sport calendar It would be con- SS
SS sldeied a faor Address all com- SS
H munleatloiis to Sporting Killtor, SS
ss im 1 1 1 1 ii omce. tt
SS Monday, April 24. SS
SS Baseball Kams s. HIrIis. SS
SS Friday, April 28. tt
SS Ilasketball Kalllil vs. Y. M. C. it
SS A. nt Kalllil. St
tt Saturday, April 29. tt
SS nasebali St. I.otils vs. Illgha. tt
tt Hawaii Yacht Club Cruise to SS'
SS Pearl llarbor Chowder. tt
tt v Sunday, April 30. tt
tt Oaliu Leaguo Season Opens Two it
tt (lames: Portuguese vs. Native SS
SS Sons; New Team vs. Japanese, ttl
tt nasebali. Sugar League, Walpa- SS'
tt tin vs. Alfa nt Wnlpahu, Kwn SS
SS vs. Vt'nlnline ill Kwn. SSj
tt Opening Hawaii Yacht Club Sea- tt1
SS son Itaces at Pearl Ilaihor. tt
SS Saturday, May 6. SS.
tt Ilnseball St. Louis vs. Highs. tt'
SS Monday, May 8. SS
tt nasebali, Kams vs. St. Louis. tt
tt Monday, May 15. SS
tt Baseball Highs vs. Kams. tt
tt Saturday, May 13. SS
SS Oolf at Country Club Pros!-
tt denj's Cup Play. SS
St Sunday, May 14. St
SS Oolf nt Country Club Prosl- SS
tt dent's Cup Play. SS
SS May. SS
tt Territory Tennis Championship tt
tt Tournament. tt
tt n tt n M tt tt tt tt tt tt a a 1 1 a tt
WENT TO DEFEAT
Beaten 79-25 at Track Meet
On Boys' Field Saturday
It wns the day for McKlnley IIIhIi
boys Saturday In the track meet which
wa-i pulled on with the Japanese HIrIi
School, for they won "!!!, tlio meet
liehiR held nt Hoys' Pleld.
The Jnpaneso were far outclassed, ns
tlio score shows, nnd for McKlnley
TIIrIi, HltiR HuhK wns tho stnr per
former, winning n large number of
The results were ns follows:
100-ynrd dash 1, Sing Hung (M.)t
2, Chas. Leu (M ) i n, Kurlsultl (J )
Time, 12 sec.
CO-ynnl dash 1, Slug llimg (M),
2, Ynshlo (M.)i 3, H. Noda (J) Time,
220-yard dash 1, B. IlunR M): 2.
P Nodn (J.); .1, Ynshlo (M ). Time,
21 2-!i sec.
110-ynrd dash 1, II. Yap (M.)i 2,
Chas. Lee (M.); 3, S Nodn (J). Time,
f,C .1-5 sec.
Ilnlf-inllo run 1, linn Kail (M); 2.
Yamashlro (J.); 3, Nil (J). Time,
ew Lightweight Phenom Would
Like to Get Local
l.onnlo Austin of Seattle, Wush ,
Inar.uRer of Pitu McVeigh, n husky
IlKhtwelglit w hoi has Jumped Into the
HmellRlit In tlm Iast, has written to
friends In Honolulu to see It lie can
not open iiegotln'tlons for a match belli
hot net li bis protege and soino local
133.junder. Austin and McVeigh
rnther like the Idea of an ocian trip
and would not hold uut fur high terms,
MceVlxli Is n former sparring part
ner of Ad Wolgast, mid Is cridltisl
with being the only man that Hindu
Ail Iwek up when the Cadillac scrap
per wns training fur his light with
Hauling Nelson McVeigh Is a short,
sturdy fellow, wondei fully developed
from work In tho coal mines of Wash
ington. IIu broke Into tho game via
the amateur route, holding the Coast
llghew eight championship for two
years, defentlnir thu best that Port
bind nnd oLs Angeles nthletlc clubs
could produce. After clennlng up In
tho "lily-white" division, hu entered
tho professional ring, nnd has been
almost uniformly victorious ever since,
Ho now holds the lightweight cham
pionship of the Northwest Ho went
to San Frnnclsco, hooked up as n spar
ring iKittner with Ad Wotgast, nnd
wns In Ad's comer when the latter
hacked Ills way ' to the lightweight
lam els over Nelson's battered defense.
A few weeks ngo McVeigh started
Knst nnd finally landed In Philadel
phia, tho homo of the six-round bouts.
A recent Philadelphia luiper cnlls him
the 'benrcat of tho west," und ho
proved It by wnlloplng Johnny VII
letts, n clover nix-rounder. McVeigh
Is one of tho clennest professional
fighters Imaginable, and If ho should
nppenr In Honolulu would mako a blR
hit with the fans.
tt tt n
DOTS AND DASHES.
2 mill. 20 sec.
Mile run 1, P.
K. Lee (Ml!
Slrcoka (J.). Time,
Shot put 1, C. Morlynma (J ), 3G ft
11 1-2 In.; 2, Sing Hung (M.)J 3, Henry
High jump 1, Ing (M ), 4 ft C In i
2, Ynshlo (M)i 3, (.' Morlyama (J)
Ilrond Jump 1, lng (M ). 17 ft. 7
In ; 2. Ynshlo (M ); 3. Ping Kong (M ).
220-ynrd hurdle 1, S Morlymnn
(J); 2, Sing Hung (M): 3, Mnto-
gnwn (M ) Time, 21 2-5 sec
Ilclny race 1, McKlnley High; 2,
Japanese High School.
M stniuls for McKlnley High School
and J for Japanese High School
Thu olllclals were: Starter, J It
Dwight: track nhd Held Judges. Sllvn,
Hue, Itlchnrds, Kubo, fted and Morl
yama; t Ihicr, Nni Young
tt tt IS
DOTS AND DASHES.
Although thero wns n lot of rnln In
thu city yesterdny, on tho other side
of thu Island everything was dry and
line Three or four parties made the
trip around the Island nnd reported nil
roads good until they wire nearly back
It wns n gloomy day for the fans
yesterdny. They stood nniuuil thu cor
nels and other places where theie was
no rnln nnd discussed the grouch the
weather man had to give nut such
weather on tho opening day of the Mc
There were lots of scores rattling
nround In that game on tho Knm
ground Snturdny nfternoon, when tho
Kams defeated Qahus sixteen to four
ti.fn Tlw. rnln made things loose, but
Mho fans were nil excitement during the
gnme nnd kept their talk going to good
Tlugby will nover give tho death blow
to soccer, was the way one soccer
nlajer put the Ulcus of the soccer men
In legard In all the talk of that Raine
being erowdeil out. Thero Is room for
both games,. no far as that Is concern
ed, and each should drag n good following.
It wns n grent disappointment to
Hi.. Mim Hint there was nothing doing
In the onlni I.cniiuo .lesterday. Thero
was too much rnln to start anything,
but that did not console tlio runs, ror
they had their minds mnde up to seo
two ball games nnd the opening uny
of tho big leugue
Two events Willi Ii should hnve come
off M'stenlay will now be on the cal
endjr for next Sunday tho opening
of the baseball season of O.ihu League
and the opening of the juUitlug season
by races of tho Hawaii Yacht Club nt
Bulletin Editorial Itoom Phono
2185. Bulletin Hustons (Juice
l'Uoue 2250. .
Wily Strategists Keep Appor
tionment Matter Hanging
Filibustering of the liveliest sort
broke out In tho House, Saturday nf
ternoon, and It was not until after u
o'clock that the hungry, angry und
weary members brought the session
to a close, with u strategic victory
ipglstored for the combination of Ha
waii und Kauai.
The delegations from these two Is
lands, together with n lone nieinbor
of tho Maul delegation, W'nlnholu,
numbering thirteen In till, success
fully stood off thu .onslaught of tho
Oahu delegation und llvo of the Maul
hunch, seventeen strong, A shrewd
handling of parliamentary law did it.
The scrap was ovOr the reappor
tionment plans, and tho light has been
coming up Tor some time. William
son's teniiportlonmeut resolution, ask
ing Congress to amend the Organic
Actt o piovlde for legislative appor
tionment on the basis of voters In
stead of citizens, was the bone of con
tention. Tho Oahu combination fav
ored It becauso It will gve Oahu six
teen representatives and eight Sen
ators, whereas Knual nnd Hawaii op
posed It us these Islunds would suffor.
Muni will also suffer but was willing
to work with Oaliu.
The veteran tacticians of tho Ilouso
nro in the Huwull-Knuul combination,
and thuy engineered the light Into
comiiiltteo-of-tho-whole, w)igro debate
Is only limited by time. After It got
Into this hole, the Oahu delegation
was buffeted about und ulthough
greatly In the majority could not get
a reclBlve roll-call on the measure,
Finally B. P. Correa and others con
ceived n plan to toport to the llou.su
with "progress," table this report, nnd
then pass tho resolution. Tlieiu wns
n slip jus( ''ore. I-ong moved to table
tho leport nnd defer action until Mon
day, and In the confusion resulting
fioui the mix-up, tho motion cm lied
mid tho llllbusteis had won their
point for thu tlmo being which was
to tldu over the mutter until .Monday.
Tho IIUbuBtutlng was luaiked by u
goodd fill of horseplay and a lot of
hot air on both sides, with occasional
bursts of anger.
Vf telly Bulletin 91 per jcar,
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What Does It Do?
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