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ftftfEfv' 10 EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, APR. 26, 1911.
If "TIME IS MONEY" AMATEPK PROFESSIONAI, I Wnen thermometer Says "It's Hot," I I
Riff why look any further for a suit? " Y d T TH r Thermos Answers " Certainly Not," J
nyW' Regular $18.00 Suits for 12.50 -m ' Hf 'JM
E&X Regular $22.00 Suits for $16.00 M J, J Jk JJ
PfvMt' Regular $27.00 Sulli for $18 00
j2w R'fl"'"-- $30.00 Suit, for $20.00 LOCAL FOREIGN
WWS A WORD TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT ,
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'm. nman? tp a titow Tuffi
FORT STREET, NEAR DERETANIA
HONOLULU, T. H.
REWCO RYE WHISKEY
AT ALL THE LEADING SALOONS
Wlioli sale by
GONSALVES & CO., Ltd.,
pi Mndi- from whole llnwiillnii
'1T!Pf,TT, 1-liicnrplf" nnd Hie ll Kilned
At nil Kudu I'uuntiilim nliti Sturm.
Arctic Soda Water Works
IMimutnr Syrup 'r ir mi hot raVro, unfile
eh' A It'lU.lmirt lUtTortnp .'or intnchCHuml Ice irramrt
A. t All Urouorw
PINECTAR SALES CO., LTD.
We can recommend to our patrons the
we are offering this week as being tender,
fat and well flavored. The other meats
are as good. Your order will have attention.
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON & LOUI8, Proprietor!
MADE BY BREAK
Differences Between Puns and
High School Cause New
There lire two league now pliiylnR
Kill which iiilKhl ho termed "Inter
scholastic" In Honolulu, nnil nil on nc
count of n scrap which Funs und High
School hud some time iiko, mid ns u
result of which they nro not meeting
this season. '
The Funs nro playing only St Louis
mid Knmchnmeha In their regular sen
koh gamps, defeating tho former yos
terdny ly a score of 8 to 4, unit being
defeated Saturday 1y tho Kams.
These three schools which are play
ing In tho series nil luivo good teams,
un-l there Is going to ho somo hot ball
to-fore tho season to nil over.
The schedule arranged to:
Monday, May 1 I'uiis vh Knms, nt
Saturday. May 0 St. Louis vs.
Knnis, nt Knmehamrlm.
I'rlday. May 12 St. -Louis vs. Puns,
nt Alexander Field.
Monday, May 15 Puns vs Kami, nt
Saturday, May 20 Play off tic, If
it r. tt
BOY SCOUTS OF ITALY
FOR UNIVERSAL PEACE
Tho lender of tho Hoy Scouts of
Italv aro working on n plan to further
through the Hoy Scout inoveneli:. tho
rtiipugmul.t of universal peu-p Tin
"iitrnl i-'iininltlep of tho Un Sen-its
or Itnlv. which was organized by Olo
vnnl e"avalcrl. to srnQIng greetings to
tho Hoy Seoul organisations In twenty
one different countries, nnil to pointing
out that the prlncllp of the Hoy Scout
movement tend' tnwnril International
pence For Instance. In thp letter to
Hip Hoy Scouts of America, tho com
mittee Kald: "Scout to n friend to all,
nnil n brother to every other scout of
whatever race, class or sect, and wo
belkve through tho working of this
law that many of tho great problems
between nations will bo solved. Wo
extend to your body nnil to tho boys
of our organization greetings nnd tho
assurance that wo nlso nro guided by
tho same Ideas and that wo consider
you as n part of tho same order to
which wo belong, and which Is the uni
versal order of the Hoy Scouts."
ST. LOUIS 8-4
Game Played On Alexander
Field Yesterday Afternoon
Drew Many Rooters.
It was n victory day for tho Puiih
yesterday, when they trimmed St.
Uuls nine 8 to 4, tho gamo being
pli.jed on Alexander Field.
This to the first tlmo that tho two
teams hnvo met this Benson In regular
ELECTRIC CABINET BATHS WITH
A natural method of recovery from
bodily disorder! ladles and gentlemen.
Phone 2467 or call at 176 S. King St.
BARON SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL
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 of
j9 ar j& MT' 'i'
The .Beer That's J3revcd
WzHfiffl TocJSuit The Clim&ie
i! :: n n n t: h n :: n :: n
n SPORT CALENDAR.
tt If Managers of baseball and oth- tt
tt cr athletic teams would notify tho Xt
M I) u 1 lo 1 1 n of tho' dates of pro- H
it posed matches so that such In- tt
tt formation could bo placed In tho tt
tt sport calendar It would bo con- tt
tt shlered a favor. Address all com- tt
tt mimlcatlons to Sporting Edllor, tt
tt D u 1 lo 1 1 n Omco. tt
tt Friday, April 28. tt
8 Basketball Kallhl vs. Y. XI. C. tt
tt A. at Kallhl. tt
tt Saturday, April 29. tt
tt Basobali St. Louis vs. Highs. tt
tt Hawaii Yacht Club Crulso to tt
tt Tcarl Harbor Chowder. H
tt Sunday. April 30. tt
tt Oallil LcHguo Season Opens Two .1 series play, nnd tho victory or tho
tt Games: I'orlugiicso vs. Natlvo tt Puns has given them considerable con
tt Sons: New Team vs. Japanese tt lldcrco nfter their beating by Kamclut
tt Dancbull, Sugar League, Walpa- tt inelin on Saturday.
tt 111 vs. AIca at Walpahtl, ICwn SS Han Hitchcock was In the box for
tt vs. Will an ao at llwu. St the puns nnd allowed but four hits
tt Opening Haw-all Ynchl Club Sea- tt by St. Iiuls, whllo Dunn, who pitched
tt mm Knees at Tearl Harbor, tt for St I.ouls, was gono after for ten
tt Monday, May 1. tt hits by tho Punahou boys.
tt Ilascball Puns. vs. Kams, Alex- ttj Tho summary and lineup:
K nndcr Field. tt PUNAHOU.
K Friday, May 6. !!"" u ? 2S i ? ? ? I!
tt llasclmll-Puns. v Kams. nt tt m m "" ' l 1
U Ttuns 2 0 110 0 0 0
tt, Haso hits 3 0 0 10 0 0 0
tt' Punahou Desha, 2b.; Olbb,
tt' Illiid, c: W. Hitchcock, Sh.;
jj Hitchcock, p.: Wadsworth, rf.;
rinii cf- Moore, If.; Anderson, Hi.
ni. ijuuis . iiliiiun, ll.; isuiinii, ci.;
Xnvler, rf.; Afan, ss.; Franco, 2b.i
' Mnrklmm, 3K; Ahana, lb.; Fassoth, c;
tt Saturday, May 6.
tt Baseball St. Louis s. Highs.
tt Monday, May 8.
tt BaEoball, Kams a. St. Louis.
tt Saturday, May 13.
tt Smoker Hcalanl lloat
tt Monday, May 15.
tt Baseball Highs vs. Kama. tt Dunn. n.
tt Saturday, May 13. itl tt tt
tt Golf nt Country Club Prcsl- tt JERSEY SCOUTS
tt dent's Cup Play. ttj AFTER MOSQUITOES
tt Sunday, May 14. ii t jjcw jersey tho Hoy Scouts havo
tt Golf nt Country Club Prcsl- tt n special mission. They nro waging
tt dent's Cup Play. tt war on nllsiiultoes. Tho Idea has been
M May. ' tt, taken up enthusiastically by tho scout
tt Territory Tennis Championship tt masters throughout the State. Tho
tt Tournament tt boys aro receiving special Instructions.
They nro (might the kind of places
where mosqiiltops easily breed and they
arc urged In their trnmps through tho
woods to keep on tho match for spots
win re there to stagnnnt water and to
study tho locality with tho Idea of
draining the section. They are urged
not to let tin cans, paper nnd other
articles lie around after getting their
i outdoor menls, but to gather all these
things together, nnd destroy them ns
fur ns posslblo by tire. At homo they
aro encouraged to fumlgnto tho eel-
t...... .I-.... tl.ln nl, l l.n .! t...-
K A Hlochmnn, former commodore "",',. .w .U .,,. ,i, ,,
of tho Corinthian Yacht Club, who so "'; ""'' ,,00 , tf "SLf m
,..i .k i ii r-.... ..,,, i. , no' "no prevent tho breeding of mos
',U. ," ll.lZ,:. 'r,. .ir'" ? '.ultoes, but to drive them away. Tho
patrols have mndo a point of tramp
Ing through tho city and gathering up
tho empty tin cans In vacant lots with
tho Idea of destroying them. Tho work
of the boys has already had excellent
clubs from Sir Thomas Upton, has
just bovn appointed a member of tho
exhibits coinmlttea of tho Panama-California
I'Npu'dti'Mi to bo held In San
Diego, Cal , during 1915. Among other
things being planned for that exposi
tion to a hlg ocean race open to all
yachts from any part of tho world.1
The celebration to ono of tho two for-
mnl events planned In California for
1915 In honor of tho opening of tho
Panama Canal. San Diego, being tho
most southern of Pacltlc Coast ports,
as well us tho scene of tho discovery
and settlement In California, Is plan
ning n unhiiio ns well as historical and
Frank P. Allen Jr. who built tho
Alaska-Yukon exposition, Is director of
works, und Hertrum O. Goodhue, tho
foremost America i authority on tho
Spanish f'olonlal architecture, will do
slgn the building, following tho meth
ods und stylo of tho famous old mis
sions, John Clark Olmsted of Hoston
will hao chargo of tho landscapo ur-
f-lillcplltrn nnil Ini' mil tltn Nllft In
1400-ucro park which tho city has Just! witness mi elaborate celebration i ut Odd
started to ImproNo with u bond lssuo;J,,,1"VH """"""J- winning ui cju
Tho program will bo followed by
dancing on tho roof garden, with curds
for those who do not dance, nnd re
freshments will bo served. A number
of guests hnvo been Invited, und tho
affair, whllo Informal, will bo marked
,l,l, ri,itit.l,.f i,lt!n illul l,i.. I.it,
Now that tho boxing bouts n Vun- ,,. ,.,., u f,i,..J.
cnuyer have been put under police hut-' ncn,IlnB i.r,)Ch.m.utlon
wnmmo nun uiu priunoier i-uiiuii-m-u District Deputy Grand Slro
... procure- ..censes ni u.oc.iy. mo. ,,,,, j.,)1(, MrBi M w TchU.II
also conform with nil tho Stato laws ,,rn yer noy j w Wu.lman
ui. ii ri.jr iiu.i.i..ivi'n i.uiiii.i.ii.k "iw Vocul Solo Mrs. F O. Iloycr
Local Lodges Will Unite In
Observing Anniversary .
Odd Fellows all over tho worlil nro
celebrating today und tonight tho nine
ty-second anniversary of the founding
of tho order, mid locally tonight will
of tl.000,000. The exposition will open "'clock.
January I, 1915, and contlnuo tor ono
tt tt tt
FAND0M AT RANDOM
i anil I other things, tho Ilea(n, MIsm Wurno
etlc Club, Incorporated, ,.,, ... orchestra
Address m Pt-trlc, P.O.D.D.O 8
and tleur aisles
Iuih secured a one-year leoso on tho
Audltiirlum building In order to pre
pare mr riKU.ur iniucni-s in urn iu.urn Tm rocrptn con)lnlteo will consist
of tho noblo nnd vlco grands of each
Committee, on Arrangements I Po
John YV Field of tho class of 1911 '
has been selected head coach of llioi
Ynlo football team for next season He.
Field's homo Is In Washington, O. C
Tho advisory conches havo not yel
trie, V. Kllebronk, M. McCoy, 11, M.
Nix, J. Dutot, II. F. Leo, K. U Schwurtr-
burg, 11 11. Hollmanii. F. Wlcko, A K
Clark, 11. Gehrlng, P. Smith, Mrs. C. A
Hldlnger, Mrs. I-'. O. Noycs, MrB. John
Urlbhle, Mrs M. T Shnonton, Mrs. J.
, .,,,.,, h-- -" " T10 on,.r tho United States w.is
mi there will bo a smoker to foumIci, A 26 18,9 b ThomHM
... him back and to speed Prcsl-1 wdcy nIl, (ur ()(hcrgi Ht nilItlnlorei
Glngei', he of tho namo of Mayite, Is
rcpnrci. as riuB .... ni. a "'.Undo, Miss Jcniiln Macaulay
ns ..... suimpiug gr ... .. .... .... w T(0 or(1(ip ,,, Uw UmtC(1 ,, H
iie.li JHC-Krr, i.i ...o ..... .....o- M(li Tley ,,,, ,)(.en 1Pm,crs of Odd
11 ...UJ .a. uui-hvi . ...n.i.K u ., lv,.. In.ltrps ll. I'niHn.l.l Kl.irn thpll
I tin Bri.w.1. iiuh t.ue.. rniiuiHu.ny rujnu,
I nlnl 1 urtimla tti tlu-k fnpotnAdt r.lnb- r
Tho crulso of the. yachts tp Pearl rrutfrlla, oriIcr8 t0llay. In IIollolulu ,t
Harbor will take place on Saturday, , ,lnrl,clllnrly Btrollff, nxcelslor Lodge
morning. Mnny members of tho Ha
waii Yacht Club plan to take tho trip,
and Hi" boats will leavo ut 3 o'cluik
trip to tho Coast.
The International golf inatili Is mi
at tho I'ountiy Club today. Japuneso
lli.rrv i.r th.- el. ih trios conclusions
with Chinese Al, clerk ut tho HnlelHaJ
Kaahuninnu plays Central Gianininr
ut Makikl this afternoon In tho Gram
mar School I.eaguo scries.
ISIfi, whllo Harmony Lodge was Instl
tutcd May 12, 1S7C.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
When thermometer Says "It's Hot,"
Thermos Answers "Certainly Not,"
My contents are Ioy 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 Thermos Bottles Is here
we have themi the pint bottle that we sell you for $2 each.
Everybody can use a THERMOS new the price brings them within
anybody's reach for everyday us. Call and look at the new bottle.
E. 0. Hall & Son
But It's Hot
Of course it is, and it'll STAY
But there's no reason why YOU
A cold bottle of
will make things lovely.
ORDER A CASE
when Shaving if yau use the genuine
JOHNSON and JOHNSON
and when followed by the
SHAVING LOTION .
Thero will be no smarting, oven if your razor is dull. We give
a free samplo of tho shaving cream on request.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
THE REXALL 8TORE FORT AND HOTEL 8TREET8
Pork and Beans
A food of fine and rich
Your Grocer Has Them
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