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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, JULY 24, 1911.
A pleasing blend of golden Virginia and
Carolina leaf so carefully combined that
their flavor is exquisite. And by the way
we roll them in iust the kind of a wrap-
Yl ? per you like
Old Mill CigarettciMc packed in TINFOIL
heavy duty Marine and Stationary Oas Engines aro built In 8an Francisco,
Cal. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6 Cylinder! 4 to 250 H. P.
Imperial rapid advance In trade Is due to Its having the highest effici
ency of any gas engine in our market. Every possible precaution is taken In
the manufacture of Imperial as to best of material being used, exact, and
standard slzee turned out. .Be sure the name "Imperial" la on your engine.
Good engines are cheap at reasonable prices) cheap enjines are dear at any
price. Call and wo will show you Imperial engines, big and email, marina
and stationary, working In Honolulu. Imperial agent, for Hawaiian Islands ia
HENNINQ A. PETERSON, 1150 Alakea Streot, P. O. Box 155, Honolulu.
Call and see them at the
Gas Company's Office
Dr. Schurmann, ""RJS.
)75 BERETANIA AVE., eo-ncr
U. S. MARSHAL IS BUSY
COLLECTING FOR JURY
United SlntOH Marshal Hendry, will
havo a busy tlmo during tho tilp ha'
Is making to tho other Islands. Tho
main object, of his visit Is to brim'
back Ooorgo M. Curtis, who was ar
rested nt llllo, In connection with tho
opium troublo bn tho steamer Arl
zonan. Tho marshal will also servo a war-
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Wheat Straw paper.
Ftaeofi and Fragrant
unit en Fred Uiwo, who rofuso'd to
accept u subpoena. Iioforo, becuuso It,
wus not served by ono of tho regu
lar fifilcvra of- tho inurshal'H depart
ment. - From Hawaii ho will go to Kulm
lul whole liu will alvo servo a sub
poena on Ocorso W, Weight to appear
beforo tho grand Jury,
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biinlnrtH oflloe. Tlirno arc the lele
phono numbers of tho Hullo tin.
MADE SAME MISTAKE
Place Itn'pltal In Pueblo, Colo.
Cao Chronic llrlRhfa Disease of
fifteen yearn' development.
Proximal Recover Impo'idblo ami
patient (ii Mr. (taden) wan ro advised
nnd that ho could remain or so. home.
On urrlvnl nt Center, Colo , could not
nit up nlono In bed. A local physician
wan called He, too, nalil ho could not
recover anil prescribed for tila heart.
It did not look like the patient could
live a week when a new agent was
added to the treatment.
In ten dayn patient wni Hitting up;
In twenty daya could walk outdoor.
He made n alow but steady recovery.
He now wcIrIm 100 lbi.
ThcKO facts wcro given ua by his
wlfo, Mrs. Mary Oadcn of Center, Colo ,
who will confirm them.
lloth physicians wcro mistaken as to
the possibilities, and the same mistake
Is occurring everywhere even In the
hospitals of this city. And these mis
takes aro costing human lives.
The new ngent employed ns nbovo
wns Knlton'a Renal Compound It
does rot conflict with the physicians'
prescriptions. llut It doea chango the
procnoslr. from despair to hope.
Over nine" out of ten' of the dead
from kidney troublo show Brlght's
Dlscnse. This Is a census fact that
kidney-troubled people ought to know.
Honolulu Drug Co. Is local agent.
For literature write John J. Fulton Co.,
6tS ll.iltcry St., San Francisco.
The ball fans hereafter will miss
Captain Kankl on the diamond at the
Athletic Park, as he fulls for Japan by
the Siberia this evening.
Captain Knnkl has .been the leader of
his team for tho last four years nnd
linn been n member of tho team much
longer. Ho goes back early for tho
purpose of taking his military exam
ination preparatory to serving In the
army for thrco years. Every student
when he reaches the ago of twenty-one
Is expected to tnko such an examina
tion. Kankl Is now twenty-three.
Kaukl staled after the gamo yester
day that he was rnrry to lose his last
gamo In his baseball history, not n
American alone, but also In Japan. "I
played my hist gamo yesterday," ho
said, "and am sorry to have lost tho
Captain Knnkt has acted very po
lltely during Ihe gnmes here, and tho8asakl was out on n bliiglo to second,
public enn not lilamo tho Kclo Imys mi Knnkl landed sufo on an crror.of.short
iiitieli for their mlxlln In Wednesday's Iston. Mlvuko CUinc to tlio plate lieXt
game, ns tho local Japanese commlttcojnnd cnught'the leuther In tlmo to landj
had a lot to do with tho stopping of tho sphcro Into center field, netting,
the Kelos from finishing the game.
Knnkl stated that ho liked Honolulu
for Its climate nnd wished ho Qould.tcutn, was fourth man up and he took
stay here longer. Ho reports having
bad n good time slnco nrrlvlng here.
Everybody wishes him good luck.
Tiikahama, who plays nt center field,
will come In nnd take Knnkl's poMtlon
at second base. He Is good In that
position. Sasaki will tako tho team In
his hands and lead It for tho remain
der of tho series, he being tho next
RULES AS UNDERSTOOD
The tun paragraphs below give light
enough to show tho ball fans that tho
Kclo nlno has little chance of winning
Its protested game, as It was forfeited.
If tho Nipponese had played out the
nine Innings It might have been dif
ferent. They brought up the point concern
ing Rule ::, about playing two hours
before sunset. They waived their right
to ujpeal regarding this rule, us they
agried to play nt a certain time so aa
to accommodate the crowd:
"A forfeited game shall be declared
by the umpire In favor of the team not
at fault In the following cases;
"Rule 26, Sec. Z If after n game has
begun, one tide refuses to continue to
play, unless tho game has tieen sus
pended or temlnnted by tho umpire.
"Sec. .1 If, after play has been sus
pended by the umpire, one side falls to
resume playing one. minute after the
umplra has called 'Play ball!'"
'FAND0M AT RANDOM
Throughout the llrst game Saturday
Barney enjoyed himself joshing the
umpire, but when Kualll guve a few
decisions against thn Saints, Harney
only wished he could get after him.
Koynma certainly Is a star with tho
stick, and If there were u medal up
for tho best batter, ho would get It
eahlly, 'Saturday he knocked out a
two-bnggcr und then a three-bagger.
It was said that Hayes nnd Kn Sue
went to St. Louis College in 1792. In.
limswcr lo a question put by one of the
fans nt tho park Saturday ns to how
thoMO two men got on tho team.
L. Tin, who held down second for
tho Saints Saturday, Is a good all
round player, Ho always trios hard
for his team. On Saturday ho had two
stolen bases and two hits to his credit.
Joy received his Initial crnck by a
ball while uctlng as iimplro Saturday,
when ho got n nasty hit oft Hrlto's
foul, which landed on his toe. Gee!
but It made him Jtrmp.
Waokly BalletJa II per jaar.
TO KEIfr NINE
The Portuguese tried their best on
Saturday to keep tip the w Inning xtrldo
that had been started by the St. Louis
and All-Chinese teams, but failed In
their purpose, tho Kclo boys winning
after an exciting gamo by S tu 3.
The crowd was the smnllcht that has
attended tho games so fur, and the
Kelos seemed to have Ncry few hup-"
porters In the way of fans.
Hoth teams played Una ball, and the
visitors did excellent fielding. The
Kelos hega,n by piling up two runs In
the first Inning, which disappointed the
P. A. C, who had then lubt any chunce
of applying tho whitewash to the Nip
ponese. When the game commenced the two
familiar faces of Umpires Uowcr and
Mane were missing, and the well
known players Barney Joy and "Klddo"
Chllllngworth tilled the positions as
umpires, the former pair resigning.
Hven with the change of umpires, kicks
continued to bo registered.
Harney Joy did not stand for any
monkey business and gave h few of the
player warning. Ihc fans enjojed
themsclve. by yelling out different re
marks calculated to rattle all con
cerned. Tho Japanese ball fans wero very
acarce durlngMhe afternoon on account
of the occurrcncei at Wednesdays
game, when tho Kclo nine left thn field
beforo the nlno Innings cro played,
the Japanese, having boycotted the park
as a result of the dispute.
After the game was, over a crowd of
several hundred Japanese gathered out
side tho ball grounds tu hear Kuka
mura, assistant manager id tho park,
explain tho 'sltuatlcii concerning tho
Wednesday game, but they were not
satisfied wltlj his explanation. ""
Tho Kelos won the tons and were
first at bat. They started off In tine
fashion and got two men ucr the plate
before their thrco men wero retired.
I him two bases and tending Kankl
'home. Koyuma, tho star batter 'of the
his choice of .I'&ro'n vuVtcs. plcklpg
out it nice one which uus'good for two
bases und tho bringing homo of Mlyake.
This was n llitlo teo much for Pe
dro, nnd he got donn to business nnd
sent it few hot ones over the plate
which both Tukaliuma and Fukuda
swung ut. Pedro mado them hit and
icnt both to tho bench by the strike
out route. Thrco out; two runs.
Tho I. A. C. made one run In "their
llrst Inning; Uushnell doing tho trick.
After stealing second, ho bent It homo
from thai station on a wild throw to
Tho'Portuguese nine tied the score In
the second Inning Hrlta landed safe
ut second, when Frcltas knocked out a
dandy to left Held that scored Ilrlto.
There was no more scoring till tho
fifth Inning, when the Nipponese added
two more to their tutal by some heny
hitting. Four-two In favor of Kelos.
In the eeventh Inning Pedro was re
lleved In the box nnd Freltas did' tho
twirling for the remaining three In
nings. The Kelos scored their final run
In the eighth. Koyuma, that stnr with
the stick, was first up. and he Bhowed
Freltas that It did not make much dif
ference who shot them In for the P.
A. C, he would treat them all alike,
Koynma took hold of one and landed
the sphere out Into deep left Held for
thrco bases. lib) effort, however, was
spoiled when he was nabbed, at tho
home plate while trying to gal homo
on Takahama's hit. Later on Taka
ha mu scored after reaching third on
Fukuda's hit. This ended the scoring,
which was 6-3 In the Kelos' favor.
The first game turned out to bo a
close nnd fast match, tho time being
only a. few minutes over an hour. The
Saints were too strong with thn1 stick
nnd swatted Qeorgo Clarke's curves all
over the field, winning 4-3.
Hoth the Saints nnd J. A. C. piled
up two runs In tho first, Inning, and
thn Saints scored another In tho third
and their final run In the seventh. TJiti
Nipponese annexed their last rup In
During this go, ajlnrncy Joy repented
Ids trlek of lust Sunday bv setting In
the way of the ball. This time lt imp-
pened on third, when he knew ho would
in caught off tho base otherwise
The St. Louis men were dressed In
alt kinds of suits, nnd It was hard for
the spectators to keep track. of the
All n III! SB PO A K
Sasaki, si 3 1 0 0 4 3 1
Kankl.' 2b 1 2 3 3 3 3 0
Mlyake, lb 4 1
Koyama, rf 4 0
Takahama, cf ,...4 1
Fukuda, r ........ 4 0
Ishll.nwn, p ...1...3 0
Hlgo, If 3 0
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yearly) and a serious menace to
health, carrying the germs of
bubonic plague and other diseases.
If there are rats or mice on your
premises, exterminate them with
Stearns' Electric Rat and Roach
Paste, the most reliable, and easiest
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Sold everywhere. Be sure to get
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SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
Kusaku. 3I I 0 0 0 1
9 3 27 13 4
P. A. C.
Alt It till
r o o
0 0 3 1
Houra, 3b .'.
llrlt'o,' lb ..
Madeira, cf 2
Totals 3G 3 8 1 27 19 3
Runt. 200020010 5
llaso hits 3 0011112 09
P. A. C. '
I 10 10 0 3 1 18
Runs . . .
Three-lase hit, Koyama: two-base
bits, Miy.ike, Koyama, Madeira; sacri
fice hits, Freltas, Hlgo; left on bases.
Kelos Ii, P A, C. : first baso on errors,
Kcios 1, P. A. ('. .1; double plays, I)e-
fionto to Franco; struck out, by Pedro
4, Freltas 0, Ixhlknwa I; bases on call
ed balls, off Pedro .1, Frcltas 0, Ishl
kavn a; panned balls, Soares 1, Fukuda
1; Inline pitched, by Pedro 6, Freltas
5; hits, off Pfdro n, Ffeltas 3. Umpires,
Joy mid Chllllngworth; time of game,
1 hour SI minutes.
, 8 n it
Kn Sue, cf ...
Uushnell, p ..
I,. Tin, 2b ...
Hayes, If 4
Ayau, ss 3
II. Chuck, rf '.....4
Total). 3.'. 4 7 3 27 19 4
.J. A. VC. '
Akana. lb , 4 1 1 0 11 1 0
Chllllngworth, ss ..4 2 1 o 1 1 I
Asam, ir-3b 3 0 0 0 0 1 0
Franco, 2b 4 0 2 0 1 4 0
Walker, cf 4 0 0 0 3 10
Ross, 3b 3 0 0 0 1 0 1
Wukita, ir ........0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nolley, rf 3 0 0 0 0 10
Hooiill, c S.3 0 0 (V 8 1 0
Clark, p 3 0 10 2 4 1
Totals 31 3
S 0 27 14 3
, HT. I.OUIH.
2 0 1 0 (I
1 0 04
2 0 07
hits 2 110 0
J. A. C.
2 0 0 0 0
0 0 03
0 0 03
lilts 3 0 0 0 11
Tun-baso lilts, kana, ChllllnKWnrtb,
Clark, Markbain; sacrlflco hit, Asam;
left on bases, Ht. Louis S, J, A. C. 2:
first baso on errors, 8(. Louis 3, J. A.
C. 41 double plays, Clark to Walker
to ChllllnKwortb, Ilushncll to Joy;
struck out, by Chirk 7, Uushnell 0;
bases on called balls, off Clark I, Uush
nell 0; ulhl pitch, Clark; panned balls,
jlfoopll 2. Umpires, Kualll and Itlco;
tlmo of cime, l hour 3 minutes.
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no coilw coon wiurn band
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FINC LOT OF LIVE CHICKENS
the BICYCLE DEALER and RE
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