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EVENING BULLITIN, HONOLULU T.H,' MONDAY,' JULY 3, 1911. ,
A QUIET, REFINED HOUSE OF
Amrrlcan Plan Ittinni with Ilith nnd
llninl fnmi M 00 a Diy
European Plan ttnoni Itli .Xtntli from
$2 00 a Day
Special Monthly Rates
A litgh-rl-ftn J'ntnlly nml Tourist Hotel.
Half block from Columbia Theater,
nnd on tlio nlge of tlio Itt'tnll Hliop
liliiB lilstrlct livery rnoin with Pri
vate Until, l'oltlcly Tin-proof.
W. E. Zander, Manager
A boon to Infante
A milk eaaily digested
A tafa hot-weather milk
Sick babies thrive on it
A necessity for bottle babies ,
A milk with Improved keeping
Bottled and capped by sanitary
Bread Baked Daily
have your order changed
bj supplied with any of
these varieties from
1134 NUUANU ST.
has the best Home-Made.
Bread, Germuh Pretzels and
Coffee Cake. He sure and
ring up 2 24. '
1129 FORT STREET
Delivered to All Parts or City
With UA J
ORDERS ARE 8ERVED IN
Individual Meat and
-i At tho '
BALTIMORE OAIRY LUNCH ROOM
May's Old Kona Coffee
Best in the Market
N R Y MAY
The Best Milk You Can Use
AT ALL DEALERS
FOR TOUR OH0CEREE8. SIX
AMERICAN BROKERAGE CO.
13-95 King Street, near. Manuakei
1B2 Merchant Street
a. p. Mcdonald,
Contractor' and Builder
lAgwjbAv Jbsfinimea eiyvu "o wt i riih
"""'" . ?
Concrete Work a Specialty
GET RID OF
Buy Way to Kill Off ThlM
'At the first sign of the repulsive
cockroach or watcrbue, put Stearns'
Electric Kat and Roach Paste In the
sinks and- on the shelves at night,
and' in the morning you can sweep
up a panful of dead cockroaches.
Easy to use; docs not blow Into the
food like powders.
Stearns' Electric Paste Is sold on
guarantee of money back If it fails
to exterminate cockroaches, rats,
Sold everywhere. He sure to get
the genuine; 25c and $100. Stcarns'
Electric Paste Co , Chicago, III.
WINES AND LIQUORS
Wc deliver to any part of the
Phone 2026. P. 0. Box 488
iIops not Ueiwiliil tliil.nrnto np
liirutu A Ifty-reul 1'orlrnlt
Attachment on a Kodak or
Brownie 111 iml.Ui ono tu mike
Kio(1-7u head nml shoulder pic
Let ut tell
Honolulu Photo Supply
FORT STREET, NEAR HOTEL
P'.ACE CARDS AND FAVORS
Nocl designs and artistic conceits
faithfully ixtuited. The prices are
Arts, & Crafts Shop
Alexander Young Building- '
in copley" pbinti
pacific picture framino co.
1050 Nnnann Street
Sueevssori to 8haw e Seville
KING STREET. NEAR ALAKEA
Phone 3085 P. O. Box 491
Rugs & Draperies
J. Hopp & Col, Ltd; '
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Street, opposite Young Hotel
P O Box tit 0 Pnone 103
the BICYCLE DEALER and RE
PAIRER, hJ moved to
180 KINO 8TRXXT
New location Red frost, sett
Young Building, Telephone 2518.
Emma Street, above Beretaala
New BICYCLES anived for iacLnt
nd general use. Prices, $25 u to
35, without brakes. Repairing and
re-tirine done neatlv.
2185 odltorlul roomi 2250
business ofllce. Tlieso ure lite tele-
phone numbers of the U all at In.
Tho Oihu Juniors continued their
Sirica yotcrdiy morning, when they
pulltil off two games The first match
ni between tlio Pnlamns nnd Anhls,
m which tho latter won by 6 to 3. "flio
recoixl game of tho dny was between
tho C. A. U. nlno nnd Mullocks, In
whu.li tho hitter team won easily, 7-3.
Tho full olllclnt scores arc ns fol
Rnullih, 2I 3 0 1 0 8 2 0
Mniulchl. 31) 4 0 0 0 0 2 1
Kunlll, II) 3 10 19 0
Drlto, If-p ., 4 0 0 0 0 1
Omhl, cf t...1 0 12 11
J.UtleJolin. ss 4 0 0 0 1 2
CiisIiIiikIi un, c ....3 1 0 1 4 0
Mnrlno. p-lf 2 1 0 2 1 3
Hum Hop, rf 3 0 10 0 0
Tdtnl 29 3 3 C 24 17 7
An nun sb po a n
Ktirlsnkl, If 4 110 2 0 0
Arakl, 3h- 3 0 113 2 4
Noiln, 21) 4 0 1 0 S 3 0
C Morlynmn, fsp..2 0 10 0 4 0
T Morljnnin, -3li,3 10 2 2 4 0
Kunl, cf 3 2 112 0 0
KoJImn, rf 3 1 0 1 0 0 0
llnynshl. lb 4X 12 0 8 10
Uyeno. c 3 0 3 0 G 2 0
Total 32 0 10 G 27 10 4
Prore by Innings; "
Buns ,..1 0001010 03
Tlasu hits 0 0101000 13
Buns 1 0000203
Base hits 0 0 2 12 2 0 3 10
Left on bases, ralamns 4, Asahls ; I
first base on errors, Pnlamns 4, Asahls
5; double plays, Oznkl to Cunningham.
Arakl to Norta to Haynsht; lilt by
pitcher, Marino, C. Morlyama; struck
out, by T. Morlynma 1, C. Morlyama 3,
Mnrlno 2; bases on called balls, off T.
Morlynma 1, C. Morlyama 3, Mnrlno 3,
Brltr, 3; pause) balls, Uyeno; balks,
Cushlngham; Innings pitched, by T.
Morlnmu 2, C. Morlynma 7, Marino A,
Drlto 2; bits, off T. Mori jama 0, C.
Worlnma 3, Marino 7, Brlto 3. Um
pire, If. Chllllngworth: fccorer, W. T.
BnpnHn; time of gninc, 1 hour 24
C A. U.
Ping Kong, If .
Knnl In, ss ...
Tnn I., cf ,...
King Hung, 2b
Tin Yen, c ...
A. Wong, rf ..
Ahoiig. 3b ....
I.ilck Yoo, lb ,
Willi Kill, p ..
Hook On p ..
Totnln 28 3 3 0 24 1C 8
AH It I1II fill PO A
Xiuler, c 3
Piterson, II 4
1'loren, 3b 4
Kmal, p 4
Alieo, rf 1
Ahook, cf 3
I.eohK, 2b 4
Totals 33 7 I
Kcoro by Innings:
C. A. U.
5 27 10 2
Buns 0 0 0 0
lhxe hits 0 0 0 0
nuns 0 13 1
Base hits 1 0 2 2
Two-bno hit. Ring Hung; sacrifice
lilts. Ping Kong, Knlmlewnl. Akco; left
on bnses, C. A. U. 3, Muhockit ; first
base on errors, C. A. U. 2, Muhocks 4:
doulilo pli)g, Knrn In to 8' Hung, T.
I.o to S Hung) struck out. by Kamal
9, Wall Kill 1, Hook On 0; bases on
cnlled balls, off Kamal B, Wnh Kal 3,
Hook On 0; Innings pitched, by Wnh
Kill 4, Hook On 4; hits, off Wnh Kal C
Hook On 3. Umpire, H. Chnilngworths
scorer, W, T. Rnposoj tlmo of gamo,
1 hour 13 minutes
WA8HINC1TON, Juno 20. The
prosecution against manufacturers
who ilse saccharine In food wll bo
un(lertnkii six months from July 1
next, It was announced today, after
n conforenco between Secretaries
Mac Veugh, Wilson and Nngel. The
order placing sacchurino under tho
bun was issued origlnnlly to become
effective July 1, nflor tho refereo
board of consulting oxperts had re
liorted that food containing this prod
uct was ielotorloiiB when ucd con
tinually for a long tlmo.
Weekly B a 1 1 tot I a II per year,
IN MAUI RACES
Japanese Hui Buys Fleet Rac
er But May Not Enter
Him, After All.
( Rpcclnl Bulletin Correspondence )
WAIMJKU, Juno 30. Tlio races nt
Bpreckcls' Park, Knhiilul race track,
On' the Fourth of July, promises, to be
one of tlio biggest eents for many
Vfttifar THn rrnni) dlnnil nn.1 fthnila
f6r the animals have been changed to
the north sloe of tho track, and tho
half mile track has been rcgraded and
Improved so much that oven tho ant
mals InemseWes will feel the chango
. l : .. . .
nml mdlrAlutttrnr rostrAa trinn In tnr.
-.. .. sw,.,.. .vw.t.o .. . .. .
All the horscB are at the track now
nnd eerthlng Is In the best of shape '" T.l .. TZl T. d .
, ... . ., i. ,i celved three cheers from his shipmates
for the rourth. Ono thing Is grejmy v
dbplorod, the fact that the Japanese. " " Wado has a good rec
according to the entries which closed " ' "" Jnd .tow will hold' the
lasttTuesday evening, have not ter-;'h Mf" B7 "m'
. t- i i t . ,t ,1both men nre soon to sail for their
-.,.- a i.., i.,.. ..
events. A Lahnlua Japanese huh
bought "Adlan" some time ago, and
this fact, it Is surmised caused many
of the Jnpanese to give up training
their .awn. animals for none of them
have anything on four feet to come
lip to "Adlan," an Imported runner. T,lere M ,he
This horse however has not bcoaevcnl t rounU.aH olh men cfe Jml gct.
ottered. ting warmed up But It was In tho
A. ten mllo running race for boys hW hcn Mnrte, n
between 20 arid 17 will bo run on the , one on ho fnce
morning of the Poiirth. The. course d wcak t
will bo from Walluku Court house to t(le t,me
Puiihclo, near Maalaea Bay. and re-l Wn)e Ue fl(?ht r ht through( nnd
turn. A purso Is being subscribed to' ry ,,, , gons BOUndC(1 ho would
Insure this racJ. , , Ibc the first to start tho mixing. Alt
The 2C mllo marathon race Intend- tJje 1)rgt JeB ho wBSltne
ed to bo run from Lnhalna to Wnl- ,., , ., vnt hi. . nn
lukti has not materialized,
anil so tho
Maul rtaciiiR Association
tt a n
y I J
. . .
The sailor boys haa a great any oui
ot the rutinhou held last Saturday o-
ernoon, wnen me ivciu i,n uiu rum,
match from the locals
. . - . ' . k ...
rrt,A tn- fenm
e-j nurr n ciohd Kuuit. m? imi iiui
The tar from
the Kent also pfayed a game of ccerj
with n local team captalned'by Grclg.1
There was no scoring In the first
halt of the
soccer game, but In tho
tam made a goal, Col-
Ilns putting tho ball through for th
Kent and Soares doing the trick ""Ron or 10 Kent from Williams of Camp
tllO llbniO team. Vo..,. VVIIIUr.iu .. nn nnln.un.l nn.lhl
Tho rugby match wns tho most In-'
terestlng to ntch. nnd the local boys
certainly played well considering their
little cx5erlencc nt tho game.
In the llrst half rVlzzel scored the
MtlM ... A. InnH Ml.. .(wl ... . ..
iirni ivy untT tt ,uiih iuii, uwiikiiii.
few Kent nlaicrs. Ho made a great
gain and wns applauded by the spec
In the second halt the Kent team got
down to business nnd scored six points.
Tho first touchdown was made a few
mlnnfaa nfl p tliA aproni! half tieimn. 1
Many of the plajers on the homo
team played their first gamo Saturday ," l'fu "" r w' "-
.... . ..I1 lia In III a lonot tnt whan 41m rn( la
they all sot how or n few points
beford the match was oer,
Kent Ford, uonli Blmt" (captain),
Roberts, backs; 'Gait, rll ; dreer, ch ;
fcpurrell, lh ; Collins, ol.; Jameson, II ;
Fry, cf.; Qllllcker, Ir.; Dean, or,
Honolulu Hnlns. iroal: II ckman.'."' l,u"c nonaay in me uisinci
Orel (captain), backs; rWmcr qiark,
rn : Macconnei. o.: Kiegier, in: Bonreir,
ol ; Cuhnlnghrini, II ; Macaulay, of.J
Todd, Ir.; 'Wwlklit, or. WH" ,ue exception named, mere is no
Rugby. " genernl Btatute on the subject.
Kent Peddlck fullback: Reynold,!' The proclamation of the President
Jenkins. WllllamH. Adnedd. threo-quar,
tefs; Turner (captain), Wilson, hnlves;
Johns, nrjndlecourt, I.leutenon,t Hee;
nan. Smith, Itees.'Arscott, Itead, Ur--n
Honolulu Chllllngworth, fullback;
ClcRhorn, V. Mnrcalllnp, dodfrcynice,
threo-quarterj.; Trlzzell, J. T. Armltago
(cnptnln), McUcn, Dalns, Soares, Ew
Ing, fom nrds
It Is probnblo that another soccer
gamo will bo arranged to bo played
FLAGS AM) FIBKWOBK8 FOB THE
Think of It. Flags and flreworkB
at SO per cent discount A. B Ar
lelgh & Co, Ilotol near Fort street,
will sell tholr brand new stock of
flags and llreworks, which luclude
many novel set pieces, at a discount
pf 20 per cent ou Friday, Saturday
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone
2185. Bollf,I.,"i e
.Phone 2250' ' "
J -imuiifWr filifeiif-riiisilHr rj "r fi itMillitliir
1 "! t "
There were three good fights at the
Orpheutn Saturday night before a
flr-t.lee(1 crowl of fight fans The
crowd that attended v. an nn orderly
If- was n ease of give and take In
nil three matches, and the bouts were
well fought. The men pu Up tho
cleanest fights seen hero' for some time.
The sailors showed that they were
clean sports As usual, there were
frno complaints that tho main go was
'"" ",ow- " "m "avo, ue"" ""ow; "'"
tho men went at each other all the
time, nnd the clean breaking of the
two ," ot a gh or',er- "uch 1,a8
not been seen here often.
,.,... ... . . , ... -M
ituun ivuii wiu uj:iniyii uvvr iiih iiihii
after leading the fight rlffht through.
- .-!- S - an. e-ei.i. .Jj
Biggins, who lost in the main event,
Is a Kent' man, and he put up a good
tight at times; but his opponent-was
superior. Biggins entered the ring at
139 pounds, while Wade entered at'138
TL. Ll-l ..-.
moat aKKrenU'e nnd kept his man 01
Many a tlmo during the bout Blg
glm wrts forced to the rbpes nnd re
ceived a few wnllopt. In tho face while
tledup there, lie was even drlen
Into his own corner many times, and
before he got out ot It received some
hot ones from Wade.
During the last two rounds Wade
dived In and got after his man and
gae him a few finishing touches which
were ery effective. Especially was
this tho case In the Inst round, when
Biggins1 Was forced to the ropes a
o of Ump
mAt patm he dccIglon ,0 ,e
ni,niinr mnn .h, n,,i . ,w,l
- "" " - -" "- :
Bht nnd, hnd the upper hand right
,n t)0 rBt prJ,mnarJ. DlIde nJld
of the Challenger won from Young
don In' the fifth, the latter'B backers
throwing up tho sponge. Thero was a
Int nf AliifriHni? In this mntrli.
-,.- ,. , i, itnrri
',,., ,, nff ln ,h c,i
roun( nUen (hoy Mw t)mt tho man
m ,ho ,cnt rarrlcu too many feuns
I. .. . . b
UNITED STATES HAS
Np NATIONAL HOLIDAY
While Hawaii Is ripping out small,
medium and large sized portions ot
patriotism nloag with some 97.000,-
i AAA n.lAva nn ,tA .hUhI.-.I I, a ,n
"" '" m" u.in"iu, ,v iu
"v , .vw vv ..M .. .Mw ...
I made known to tnem that tho united
States has no national holiday, not
oven the Fourth of July.
Congress has nt various times ap
pointed special holidays. In the sec
ond session of the Fifty-third Con
gress It passed an act making Labor
, ... ...... .. . . . .
of Columbn, and It has recognized
-t ..,..... ,- ... ..-.
'UUJ" lr commercial purposes, oui,
i aesignnting a uay for manKsgivinp:
only makes It a legal holiday In the
District of Columbia and tbe Terrl-,
JAPAN OFFERS ASIAN TRIP
-TO MICHIGAN GLEE CLUB
ANN Annon, Mich The Univers
ally of Michigan Glee Club is in re'
celpt of a communication' from the
Jnpanese government for n trip
through the Jupnnes'e empire. It of
fers to finance the trip of the club
from Ban Francisco through Japan
and roturn to this country. No def
inite action haa been taken in regard
to accepting or refusing It as .yet.
1 ' s e
If you are patriotic enough to buv
n flag ami swing It to the breezo on
TueBday bo na loyal to the town you
Ihe In nml where you own property
and help It toward the point where it
will be beautiful. The Honolulu Con
struction and Draylng Co , Lid , In the
Robinson .building. Queen street, will
supply tho necessary rock and sand.
ROSA & co:
Bottled In Bond
JULES PBRCHARD3 oV FIL8
CALIFORNIA 8PARKLINQ WINBS
We Del(ver to 'Any Part of the City
ROSA & CO.,
Alakea'and Queen Itreata
101 lilt AT Alt lAli
Cream Pare Rye
10 VI JOY AXD 0 0.
Youll intV UwjTe all good fel
fit's the Fashion"
Hotel mr. fort B. X. Dartee, Proa
I acific J
xnro add NirrjAini streets
..For the 1E8T RENT CARS In the
city, ring up
OLD8MOBPLE, No. 401
RENAULT, No, 404
LANDAULET, No. 610
C. H. BEHN
Pioneers and leaden in
the Automobile Butdneii
Agents for 'such well-known cara
sa Packard. Pope-Hartford, Stevens
Ouryea, Cadillac, Thomas Flyer,
Buick, Overland, Baker Electric, and
Supplies & Repairing
CHUMAN CARRIAGE OO.
INSIST ON HAVING
Pau Ka liana
FOR YOUR HOU8E
Will Do It
ELECTRIC CABINET BATHS WITH
A natural method of recovery from
bodily disorders ladies and gentlemen,
IARON SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL
CULTURE ' ""'
Phone 2467 or call at 176 & King 8L
Oearr Stteel, above Union Squat ',
Just eepoilte Held Si. FrsncU
European Plan St .60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steei an&Tbrick structure, furnish
ings cost $200,000,.. High class
hotel at moderate rates. Omnibus
meets all trains and steamers
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
Hawaiian. Island headquarters.
Cable address, "Trawets" A. B.C.
Code. Reservations made through
Trent Truit Co., Fort Street,
Hotel St. Francis
'" Union Square, Saa Praneiioo
Under the Management of
FACING the beanllfnl park
(a tke keart of tke city,
which Is the theatre of
the ptlnclpal events ol
the fanons featlvaU ef Saa
FniBclsco, tbU hotel, In eu
vlroameat and atmosphere, ex
presses most pleasantly tke
comfortable spirit ol old Cal
ifornia; Tke royalty aid aobllKy or
the Old World and tke Far
Kate and tko me tl Mfk
achievement fa America wke
assemble here eontrlbate to tke
coimopolllaa atmosphere of an
Institution which represents
the kospltalltr and ladlTldanl.
It; of San Frunclsco to the
The bnlldlng, which marka
the farthest advance of selenee
In sen Ice, bas now the largest
capacity of any hotel structure
la the West, and npoa comple
tion" of the Post street annex
will be the largest cararaasery
In' the world,
WHHE THE SEBTICB 18 Off.
USUAL, TUB F1UCE8 ABI
European Plan from $S.OO Up
A PRIVATE HOTEL OF
Emma 8treet, Above Vineyard
MISS JOHNSON, Proprietor
presents greater attractions to the
man who wants rest or recreation
than any place on the Islands
Rooms and Board
I N E B AT H I N
W. C. Bergln, Prop.
All Hand Work
SH0E8 CALLED FOR
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
Regal Shoe Store,
BANZAI SHOE 8TOE
Beretanla 8treet, Near Nuuanu
HONOLULU, H. T.
ALGAROBA BEAN MILLr
ONE 8ECOND-HAND 8TANDARD
GASOLINE ENGINE, 18 H. P. t
1494 EMMA STREET Telephone 24SS
E. O. HALL' a. SON, LTD. '
King and Fort 8te, HONOLULU
Hardware, Paints and Oils, Ship
chandlery, Stoves, Crockery. Glassware
v and Kitchen Utnil, (tnnrlnn n..j.
Guns, Revolvers and Ammunition,
hl J ' U& -