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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULO, T- H, TUEBDAY, MAY 16, 1911.
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for Infants and Children.
What is Castoria?
C ASTORIA is a linrmlcsn substitute Air Castor OIF,
Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It la
plcaiant. It contains neither Opium, Jlorphine nor
other Narcotic unbalance (Narcotics stupefy). Its
age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays
Fcvcrlshuess. It vures IHarrhwa and Wind Colic.
It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
und Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates
the Stomach and ltowcls, giving healthy and natural
sleep. The Children's Panacea The mother's
slgnnturo of IAV
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
M If J patli&U IbTatlably praUa tL. ftCtlutt of JGM
Casterla." W. W. TtUITSH, M. V..
UuCalg, V. Y.
"Dartog-myroadlcal practlc. 1 know of tc1
cm wher.yvir Cuiila tMjcrlliwl and u.l
VlU) Cd lnuiu." K. MunsiH, M. i).t
eu Loali, Jlo.
MTonr Caatorla H certainly the crfiWt remedy
for cLUdrra 1 kbuwor. I know no oto.r .ri
riUi) itptuiuu tilth slu Kjo.l."
B. b. btawaatl, M. D ,
Kiuu Citj, Mo.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use For Oyer 30 Years.
A Model Dairy
Wh.l.aom.ly.fed sound cows, sanitary surroundings, steril
Ix.d ut.nslls, and tha moat approved methods of handling milk
and era am, assure tha absolute purity of tha products of
The Pond Dairy
TO TOUR JAPAN
u! C. Expects to Visit Orient
Next Season at Expense of
nr.nKni.nv. May a ahiwukIi
notlilni? tU'flnitp iih yet hn Ihhii iiii
nnuneeil li rirnduate Mun.iKer 1'iiriner,
It Iihk been lenriieil from iiiitliurltntlvi1
Kiiiireen that the uulversiltlen of Kelo
mill Waseila are to extern) ar. Invita
tion to the Unl entity of I'ullrurr.lu
unity to tour Japan iliirlnB the Hum
mer vaentlon of 1912
Tho unlvvraltlea of VnahlnRtnn.Vls
cousin and t'hlcaKO havo all sent lull
teunm to the Islandx, and a team o!
profevslonal liall-playcra uiuler th
lenilerchlp of MIL I'luher, the fornin.'
Tacomn tnniMKfr, toured the Islaml'ln
No definite arranKetnontu for tho
trip havo heen made, hut It U under
atoml tjjat the expenses of tho trip
nre to ho met by the Japanexp unlver
altlea and that California will havo no
Hharo In the (fate reeeljitH.
It Ih planned to havo the team leave
the United mates about the middle of
May and return about tho lint of flep
tVmlfer. A number of frame will he
played with tho teams at Honolulu nnd
TIllo, both on the outward trip and on
Tho Kchedulo of camcx to bo played
on the Island empire will Include en
Kacemonts at all the blK cities and
Kninrj with ull the bit? universities und
Provision will be made for 15 men
on the trip. Including a coach and a
mananer. Tho duties of the mnnafier
will be over as soon as the team
reaehes Japan, and tho man.iKement
of tho team on tour ashore will be In
rhnrce of Professor Sherayama of the
University of Wnseda
This will he the longest trip that n
Unlvcrsljy of California baseball team
has ever taken Tho Australasian tour
of the All-American universities foot
ball team last summer was n loncer
trip than tho projected baseball trip,
but t) team wns not made up wholly
of University of California players.
MOVING PICTURE SNAKES
SCARE GIRUN AUDIENCE
NEW YOKK, April 2'J. Miss Oraca
Illln, or I.lnoleumville, S. I , attend
ed a moving picture show near lior
liomn. As bIio watched there appeared
on tho screen pliotou,riip1iH of a snako
rhurmcr with vnukes colled around
his neck nnd body; she Jumped to
her feet, Hluleked and toppled oer
It took half mi hour for it physi
cian to renluie her In (Ollselousuess.
II wils explained that she hail such u
liiirnil' ul Hiiakos that oven pIciHies
ul llivui ilinvo her iiliiuist lu fienzy
Now flmV ut tlK nlcklu talilulu fur
mh at lliu II it I lot I n iiillru,
J - ccccutt of genuine
t Die your Cutorla aud i2t1m lu tot la 11
famlUts wuere tint, an ctdldr.n."
J. W. Duubili, M. D.,
MYoarCftiortalt'the bt remedy In th. world
for rMIOrtn aul the only on 1 nte and rccom
mend, aukk V. HwstLuio, 11. I).,
11 1 hare need ronr Caetorla as a parft-itlr. In tba
f.fc-s vf cbtlilnu for jeaia paat llb moat Lapp
fltct, and foll eudurea 11 at a aafe remedy.
Shatter Defeated Ruger Sun
day for Army Championship
On Home Grounds.
Fort Ruger and Kurt Shatter cross
ed bats at Fort Shatter Sunday utter-
noun for the -nd gume in the series
for the Army clniniploiinhlp of the
city. A very classy gume of bull was
put up by the soldier boys nnd both
tennis showed the good results from
hard pructlce during the week. A
crowd of about four hundred rooters
una In attendance from the two posts.
In LnMere, Fort Huger has a Hum
thut Is going to make u name for him
self lu Island baseball circles, and his
playing yesterday waB the feature ot
the game. In attempting to gain sec
ond on u scratch hit, Gor.gol ot Fort
linger hit the hag with such force us
to break his leg, und was retired
from the game. To tills accident Fort
Huger layB its defeat us Gongol Is held
to be one of their best men and his
lnYoff from the team will ho keenly
felt. Each post has now one game
to Its credit und the third nnd decid
ing one will be pulled off next Sun
day. Fort Huger 7 00100008
Fort Shatter ....0 '2 0 0 4 2 1 110
Strikeouts Fort linger, 12; Foil
Tho Regimental hop ot the nth
Cavalry was held ut Schotleld liar
racks, Saturday evening. Fite couch
loads of city friends ot the troopers
were In attendance. The regimental
band under Dandumster Cain furnish
ed the music' for the twenty numbers
that were danced. The amusement
hull of the post was tnstltully docor
nted for the occusluii, troop guidons
und regimental stundurds giving tho
necessury military touch.
Special trains provided by the horso
soldiers curried their Invited guests
to und from the post and ull present
Noted the dance tho most successful
ot tho muny entertainments, that or
guuliullon has hold in these lslunda.
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The Hawaiian hand will give a pub
lic conceit toulglit ut Hoieii-thlr'y
o'clock at Thomas Square. Tho pio
griiui will bo us follows:
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Overturn Pool nnd l,oasuut...8upio
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Vocal llawallnn songs., Ar ly (turgor
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KAM BASEBALL TEAM
Tii linn W. Apiui, (f. I.iijitn, J. Kimhl,'' A. Spencer, ('. llnseii, J. MmUnf,
W. (Ipiiinil. llnllujn Iton W. Knmiilnnlll, K. N'mili, I). Kuliil (rapljiln),
S. lliiH4p. MIiiikti of ilunl .series nllli I'liiinlioii, diking four HlrnlRlit
L'nini-s liV irorei ul 1IMI, "'-'. :! iinrl M.IT. Lint if nine plnyeil )elenliiy.
Defeated Puns Yesterday 8-6,
Making Four Straight
There wns a game of baseball play
ed between the Punuhous and Kams
yesterday afternoon ut tho Alexander
Field, In which tho Mains weru victo
rious for the fourth time over their
rivals, the score helm? S to 6. Thol
Kams did their scoring during the last'
four limine, while tho Puns started
out with four runs In the first InnliiK.
U Knlal pitched a fine game for the
Kamebainehas, ns did Inmun for the
Ptinahous The latter wns touched for
one thrve-hoKRcr nnd Hired two-base
hits during the game. I. Nonli. who
played shortstop for tho Kams, was
not up to his regular form nnd madu
n few costly errors during the early
part of the same. This game ends tho
dual series between the Knms aim l'u
tiahou, of which the former team has
won four strnlKht games IC-14, 7
Lineup and score:
Kuins J. Kuuhl, a: D. Knlal, p.; O,
I.ujan, lb.; V Qpunul, 21.: II Noah,
ss.; J. I.lndxcy, 3b.; W. Kamnloplll,
If ; A. Spencer, rf.; U. llosen, rf.
Puliation Mind, c; Inman, p; An
derson, lb; Han Hitchcock, 2b.; W.
Hitchcock, 3b.; Olbb. si : Wndsworth.
rf ; Moore. If.; Doha, cf.
Kams 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 2 18
Pun 4 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 n C
The last of the Interscholastlc se
ries will be played this afternoon on
the school grounds nt 4 o'clock be
tween the High School nnd Knmehn
meha. The second tennis of Knmehnmehn
nnd St. I.ouls cross bats ut the Kiuu
lleld tninoiiow afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Following Is tho lineup of the Knm
team: II. Pahla, c; V Walalcale, p ;
S. Bush, lb.; J. Kaulbann. 2b.: Ah
Chew. 3b : 1. Kalelulll, ss.: II. God
frey, rf.; O. Mnnohn. cf,; Jmncs 1 Ind-
a a a
ARE V. M. C. A MEN
Ijist evening nt Pulnina gymnasium,
tho Y M. C. A. team took the third
out of n sirles of five basketball games
with Kallhl team nnd won the -championship
of tile series, the score In tho
llnal game being 29-17.
Details of the play follow:
First half (20 minutes): Y. M. C. A..
14: Kallhl. 7. (-Second half (fifteen
minutes); Y. M. C A.. IB: Kallhl. 10.
Total: Y. M. U. A.. -29; Kallhl, 17.
Clouls thrown In first half: Y. M. C.
A., 4; Kallhl. 3.
Fouls committed In first half: Y. M.
C A.. 4; Kullhl, 10.
Fouls thrown In first )inlf: .Y. M. C.
A, G; Kallhl, 1.
Goals thrown In second half: Y. M.
C. A., C: Kallhl. C.
Fouls committed In second half: Y.
M C. A., 3; Kallhl, 4.
Fouls thrown In second half: Y. M.
C A., 3; Kallhl, 0.
Tho lineup of the trains wns ns fol
lows: Y M. C A. r. Becbcrt. center; B.
Clarke (captain), forward; J. Knit,
forward; J. llonnn, guard; J. Clnrke,
Kallhl HI Cannon, center: II.
Herbe (cnptnln), forwnrd; P. O'Sulll
van, forward II. Morse, gunrd; W.
Scorer. A Sllvn: timekeeper, C Cot
trell; referee, II )lnphni-l,
FANDOM AT RANDOM
Il.irpey Joy may owe' tho Frisco out
fit something like ta7.H0, us tho Coast
papers sjule, but he certainly came up
In tho gaiuo last Sunday and made
n hit nlieii It was needed to win tho
gume Yoii'ro ull tight, Harney I
The. Kams lire to ho cpuKratiihiled
In winning four straight guinea fioiu
tho Puns In tin, dual baseball sides.
Ill Inost rimes tho scores weio rlosi,
and that makes tho event all th hum
to llielr credit
Thriu will l( no iiicTlliur of (lie llu-
unil Vurlil Huh lunluht ni alnleil lu
ihu iiioiiiIuk pupi'i'. Tl) inciting will
Jiihl nt 7io luinoirotv-iilAlii.
U 8PORT CALENDAR. B
h If Managers of baseball and oth- Jl
it cr athletic teams would notlty tho U
tt B u 1 o 1 1 n of tho dates of pro- U
it lioscd matches bo that such In- U
U formation could bo placed In the a
l sport culendar It would bo con- it
tt sldnred a favor. Address all com- it
a munlcatlong to Sporting Editor, tt
Bulletin Office. tt
U ' Monday, May 15. ti
a Finn! Basketball (Inmo Kallhl
a v. Y. M. C. A.: Palama Oym. tt
a Baseball Knms. vs. Punnhou. tt
a Baseball Iliglig vs. Kams. a
Wednesday, May 17. tt
a Championship Tennis Tourna- tt
tt ment, Singles Commences a
tt Four Courts. a
a Thursday, May 18. tt
tt A. A. U. Meeting Uirrln An- tt
a (Bows' Olllce tt
tt Saturday, May 20. ti
tt Honolulu Team to Maul for Hoc- ti
tt cer-Gnmc. it
it Sunday, May 21. tt
it Opening Season of Honolulu ti
a Yncht Club.
tt Saturday, May 27. a
it Ladles' Day Hawull Yocht Club B
tt Entertains. a
U Hawaii Yacht Club Dance Pearl a
tt Harbor. tt
a First Week, Knd Excursion to a
tt Maul Visit luo Valley. a
a Sunday, May 28. a
tt ladles' Day of Hawaii Yacht a
a Club Pearl Harbor. a
a Sunday, June 11. it
tt BaRchall Walalua vs. Walalee ti
tt nt Walalco. it
NEW YORK BOY
Lorillard Spencer, Jr., President of
the New York City Ixcnl Council of
the Boy Scouts of America, has
rounded up tho scout masters In
planning activities for tho summer.
Ho has behind him any influential
men and women who are Interested
lu philanthropic und educational
work. Ho recently gathered scout
masters and members 'of tho New
Yourk Council In the Automobile Club
of America, and held a generul dis
cussion on Beverul questions of In
terest to the boys. Onu of tho points
that .Mr. Spencer asked tho scout
masters to thrcBh out was the best
means of enabling the boys to get
uniforms. Ho keenly appreciates tho
eagerness of the boys to wear the boy
scout uniform. Tho reports of tbo
scout masters ulso prove this, und
show that the qualities of thrift und
self-reliance uuiong the boys nre be
ing brought out In their efforts to
get the uniforms. One scoutmaster
reported that his boys gave clam
chowder dinners and uctcd as wait
ers thereby raising money -which wns
paid Into the, patrol troop treasury.
Other boys havo npeu muklng shirts
similar to navy Jumpers. The Boy
Scouts In Rockvllle Center, U L, 1iuve
been borrowing money from their
parents on the promise to pay It back
on the Installment plan. Other scouts
huvo been giving shows. The scout
masters generally agreed that It was
bettor to have the boys -do something
lo earn a little bit of money irt order
to pay for the suits, and Bald that
boys entered enthusiastically Into
this pi un Muny of tho hoys have
suggested plans. Mr. Spencer bus
mndo plans for iirmnglng n series ot
hikes In and abouf New York City.
Ho has obtained the co-operation of
tho Commissioner of Parks, who has
promised to permit the boys to camp
on tha big park In the Bronx.
FANDOM 'aT 'RANDOM
Anlniie Kaon wants n purso of II,
000 to run tho Marathon ugnlnst King
on Juno 12 lliiiron, who Is managing
ICIug. has signed articles with Athletic
Park management for tint use ut the
Pat I. on Kaniehaiiiebii Day for running
races, the UKreeinelit having been
slxiied sesterduy afternoon,
Houp Box Minion Is going to lllhi,
tor. he siivs. Hut funs hern ihi not ap
preciate him, nnd hu will runt fur Ih"
llllu crowd imxl Huiiiluy. Hu will bit
inl-wed (?) ul AliiUlla Park, ' Hu
f f 'i ft I ".Vt I tci tv
Championship Play On and
Entries Will Close
There were but six entries In the
men's singles for the championship
tennis tournament which starts tomor
row afternoon In Honolulu up to noon
today. It Is expected, however, Hint
there will be n large number come for
ward this afternoon, ns It Is generally
the policy to wait until tha last mo
ment before registering.
Four o'clock toiporrow nfternoon Is
set for the playing to start, and the
drawings will be made this afternoon
when tho entries Vlose, so that the
whole tournament i may start oh In
good shape ut tho specified time to
The crncks In tho game nre among
those so far registered, and ns Al
Castle Is busy today rounding up oth
ers, it Is believed that tho entry list
when the drawings are made will be
tho largest ever shown In this evept.
So far J. A. Richards, n. A. Cooke,
C G. Bockus, Theo. Richards, I M.
Judd and AM. Nnwell have entered
In tho register at 13. O. Hall & Son's
for the singles event, nnd It Is ex
pected that such men ns Snin Bald
win, Buttolph, Bartlett nnd others who
hnvo been prominent In tho other two
tournaments played oft this year will
be among tho number entered In this
event when all tho names are In.
The slmclos events should be of the
best order, but tho doubles are wlpere
tha real sKirt Is coming In the present
There lire several good teams already
down for ploy, and others have been
seen on the courts doing some fust
work during tho past two weeks.
J. A. Itlchords und It. A, Cooke nre
down first on tho list, and tha way
they havo been working out for tbo
past two weeks on Beretnnla courts is
gooil to look upon by the fans.
Then conio Al Castle nnd Nowcll
nnd what they can do when It comes
to tennis leaves nothing to bo desired,
That south-paw serve of Nowell's bus
them all guessing, nnd If this team and
the Cookc-Itlchards team Ret together
In the preliminaries, there will be
something doing. .
F .R. Hteero nnd Theo. nichnrds
promise to do things when the tour
nament KetH well started, nnd then Sam
Baldwin und L. M. Judd, who fought
out In tbo finals of tho Castle Cup
iiRalnst each other, havo Joined forces
ami will make a team hard to beat
Up to tho present theru havo been
no entries In either the ladles' nlimles
or dpuhlcs, nnd In the mixed jloi)iles
there Is only one team entered, thut
being Miss Ituth nichnrds anil Then
There are several more teams In the
men's doulUes to bear from, and Wul
ter Dlllltmhani and Will Both make a
pair which works together so smoothly
thero Is nothing much they can not
win from. ,b,
JACK JOHNSON HOME;
TO ATTEND CORONATION
CHICAGO, April 27. John Arthur
JolniBon, champion, arrived homo yes
terday. Ho has been eating five meals
a day on the diner and said he was
lit. Jack drove out to his home no,
not In an uutomobllo, but in a cab
behind a horse. It was believed best
that this procedure be followed.
"I shall attend the coronation of
King George V In London," declared
Johnson, "and I probably shall remain
on the other side for Borne time. After
the coronation I expect to attend the
horso show In Dublin and then I shall
go to Paris. My visit to Paris will
combine work und pleasure. I prob
ably shall Blgn for several boutB there.
"Sam LangfordT Well, we will see.
"It )ias been my ambition, to attend
a coronation and I am glad my affairs
are In such shape iib to allow mu tho
liberty to do so."
In the light line he wants to meet
one man, and guess who It Is? Phil
adelphia Jack O'Brien.
"Before I leave the United States
I shall attempt to secure a match
with Philadelphia Juck O'Brien. It
we come to terms, however, it must
be within three weekB, for I Intend
DRAW LARGE CROWD
The Japanese wrestling nt Athletic
Park last ovenlng took well with the
Japanese, hut thero were fuw hnoles
piesept to vutc)i the stunts,
Those who did Kq. Jlpwn were well
satisfied with tho work they saw, ul
tliouiih It did not begin until late
Wrestlers were pitted imulnst Jlu
Jltsii men, and In most eases the big
ger men had tho advantage, only In n
few eases tho JIu-Jltsu artists being
successful lu throwing their opponents
a a a
Over ut Kuuuwii the nlhcr duy, the
home Hum was ilefeiited by Wiilhiu by
it hi urn of 3- l.ul llokuiio mill Wll
I ii.iiii loriueii iiik niiiiir) ior viiiimiii,
HUM Ill-Ill) IMMIIIOHOIMIIII nil IM'M MM
Kuuuwii. Tho llrsl-iuiincil pltihi-r
urmii oui klxiui lum mid llm lullir
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And the Best of Others
Our lines have no equals nt our prices.
We make thu best, and select the best,
nnd whatever you buy nt MAONIN'S
you may depend tipoif Its quality nnd
the fairness of the price. The cut, tha
workmnnshlp, nnd the lit, wilt entirely .
pleaso you, Tho assortment Is so
varied that no matter what your tasto
may demand, you may expect to find
tt hem nnd not be disappointed.
Entire Outfits a Specialty always
Mail Orders Solicited
All Packages $5 and over sent to the
'Islands" Free of Charge
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