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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUE8DAY, AUO. 15, 19(1.
Geary Street, aboTc Union Squaie
Juit opposite Hold St PrtncU
Euroocan Plan SI. CO a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish'
InRS cost $200,000. High diss
hotel nt moderate rales. Omnibus
meets all traini ami steamers
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
Hawaiian I5l.m1l headquarter.
Cable address, "Trnwots" A. II. C
Code. Ileservatmns made through
Trent Trust Co., Fort Street,
Hotel St. Francis
Union Square, San Francisco
Under the Management of
FAt'lMJ the beautiful park
In the heart ot tho city,
which li the theatre ol
the piinclpnl events ot
the famous festlfnU ot Sua
J'riinclscn, this hold, In en
vironment and ntniosphere, ex
prrsaea most lilcisiuitly the
comfortable spirit ot old Cal
ifornia. The royalty and nobility
Ibe Old YHrld and the Far
1 Kast and the men ot high
achievement In America who
assemble her contrlbnte to the
cosmopolitan ntrao.phere ot an
Institution which represents
the hospitality and ludltldnnl
II7 of Sun Francisco to the.
The bulldlofr, which marks
the furthest advance of science
In sen Ire, tins uovt the largest
capacity of any hotel structure
In the Mest, and upon comple
tion of the l'ost street annci
will be the largest caruTansery
In the norltL
TUI1I.E THK SERVICE IS UN
USUAL, T1IK PRICKS ABE
European Plan from $2.00 Up
Emma, Above Vinoyard
Patronized liy iitrsons nt
rclhitincnt Iluonis sliiBlo
or en aultc, with or with-
MISS JOHNSON, Prop.
IS YOU WANT A UOOM AT
nuitiNn Hi;i'n:.Min:it, voir had
iihttkh hi:ni in yoimi nami:
ALL- TAKUN roll AUOUHT
, Rooms and Board
W. C. Bergin, Prop.
WINES AND LIQUORS
Wc deliver to any part of the
. - city.
I , .
Phone 2026. ' P. 0. Box 488
CIGAR NOW is
af. A OUNST .C(1
Inter-laland and O. It. A L. Shipping
books for sale at the Dull tin
office, 60c each,
von Hamm- Young
Pioneen and leaders in
the Automobile Buiinesi
Agents (or such wclMiuown can
is Packard. Popo-llnrtfnrd, HtovenB
Uuryen, Cadillac, Thomas l'lyor,
Iliikk, Overland, linker Kloclrlc, ami
Supplies & Repairing
..For the DUST RENT CARS In the
city, ring up
OLDSMOB1LE, No. 401
RENAULT, No. 404
LANDAU LET, No. EM
C. H. BEHN
CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
Use a PREST-O-LITE TANK on
your Automobile and save Generator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
The BICYCLE DEALER and XI
FAIRER, has moved to
180 KING STRUT
New location Red front, near
xonng Building. Telephone 2318.
COTTON CREPE SHIRTS, KIMONOS
1248 FORT ST., ABOVE BERETANIA
DRY GOODS FOR ECONOMICAL
Yee Chan & Co.
Gents' Dry Goods
KAM CHONG CO.
Corner Fort and Beretanla Streets
FINE LINE OF DRY GOODS
WAH YING CHONG
King Street, Ewa Fishmarket
Wing Chong Co.
KISli "I- HEAR BETBXL
Dealers in Furniture, Mattresses,
etc., etc. All kinds of KOA and Mil
EION FURNITURE made to order.
4 FINEST IT
And Cloth of Al Quality Can U
MC CANDIESS BLDG.
F. 0. Box 861 Telephone 1731
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL GOODS
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
841 iNuuanu, near KUir. Street
Fine line of
At the New Hardware Stors
CITY HARDWARE CO. .
King and Nunanu Streets
II u I let In INlltorlal II on in l'bone
185. llullctin lluslucss (JOlio
WASHINOTON, July IS Alntor
llnrrj N. Atntioil of Huston, who re
cently completed IiIh ucitiplnuc (rip
(toin that city to tbo nntbm.il cipl
tnl by ny ot Now Ymlc nml Alliin
tlc City, Is tbo first of tbo lllcis to
innUo u enll on tbo prcHhlcnt of tho
United Stntes, mrMiiR mid ilcpurt-
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FOR RELAY RACE
Tho Un-nillo raco which Is to tnko
pi. 1(0 on August 2G, between Jlinmlo
ritBeriild inn! Hnldlir Klntf, JiicKboii
iiiii! Zlnk, !h ticRlnnlni; to urouso a
Kriat deal ut Interest.
The lij arc doliiR much trahihiK at
plimnt Down lit tho .Middle l'.irk
eny cmiiIiik KhiR and Jtlrilt aro do
hiB their tralnliiK. riiuiihii; from three
to Iho miles each day.
ntKcruli! Is doliiR most of his
trnliihiR out ut l'aplolnul l'.irk, and
takes n few long Jori tu the l'all.
The Iniul relay tiaiii Is it iry slroiiR
one, and It Ih up to tho llrxt two molt
to stay with I'ltwernlil In onkr to
mnko Rood, as KIur tun bold his own
whin ho takes up tho last let; ot tho
Tin warm wiather of tho liast few
wiikH has nfTiitod I'lts'Riralil some
what, and hu iiimiH out with thostatc
iiaiit that he IuHcms tho men aro Rct
tlpR too milt li of it liandkap.
Ho sajh that If tho men clnnReil
thih plan uiul null of the first two ran
thren mllos ami KhiR ran four, It would
lit 1 1 i iu up things. Tho rmo shoiibl
bo n daiid), as Jlmiiilu rilRorald wuntH
to add this rate to his list of victories,
as ho will U.no Fionjifter tho comlnK
He sa that ho will show tho publla
for tho f.rst tlmo how ho can really
run whuWoriid to, und ho will surily
bo fun id whin tho raco tnkiH place.
I'ur the local team Zlnk It. to tnko
tho llrxt Ick of tho race. This man
Zlnk Is pnrllns tbo sports who nro In-
Icrrsttd hi tho race, as It Is tho tlrst
tlmo ho has linn spnkiu of as u run
ner. Ho Is said to ho a fast runner
from u inllo up to tho lUo-inllo dis
Tho men will continue their tralnhiR
for tho whole wnk. It Is hoped that
ariaiiRiiuiiits will ho niado ho as to
ilHIilo tho illstiinc'H iikiio cculy In tho
FAEfDOM AT RANDOM
11 Is stand that Matt Wills, tho
Ilrllloh llRhtwelRht, will meit tho win
ner of tho WolKiiHt-Mcl'alland llRht
Homu tlini! after tho contest It Jias
bun iiiiuuiiiiiid by tho promoter of tho
llRht that tho uitlcles had not hi en
tlKiicd, hut tho preliminaries have been
lompjeted and both WolRast and Mc-rai-lrib
will flRn up for tho winner
nHholr bout to inict Wells.
T'lio Hul Nnlu had two crack swlm
mcrfa in) Its ttiim, w1h wcro idnccd In
Kuril o tuts as to tnko first nlaco. fie
iiovis won all bis vents tbo mllo, half
uillo and uuuiter whllo Duko Kaha
iiamukii won In the 50 yards, 100 jiuda
and -JO urds, thereby rIvIiir tho Hul
Nalus llixl ldaeo In nil tho lung'swlm-
'Iho Ilnviitlls pulled off threo iloublo
1 1 1 :l Suuda In flue fashion, Tho hn
plajed Rood Infield bull, althoiiRh Mark
limn was n llltlo oft his roRiuilr form
ItiiRby prnetlso will bo started roon,
and Hoiiih ruikI teams should bo ablo to
Ret together uud airiiueo u ueilcb ot
TO VISIT TAFT
InR by neioplano. Atwnod flew over
tbo White House, nllKliled upon Iho
lawn directly In front of Iho portico,
whero 1'iesldent Tuft, Secretary Uti
les mid Major Aichlbald llutt receiv
ed blin and tbo president presented
lilm with it medal. After the visit At
wood resunied hli seat nml flow awity.
in iiiiu; HAD
O Toole, tho miich-talked-nf pitcher
who was sold to tho Pittsburg club
for tho blK price of IJ2.G00, first nt
traded attention while "lie was plnlni?'Prletor of Walklkl Inn. who all wero
nn the HlotiN City nine Ho pitched for
that teum lujho Western LeiiRtlo last
o.'ir mid his team won tho champion
ship Ho led tho pitchers of tho league,
which ranks with the I'aclllc Coast
o Toolo took part In thirty games, but
did not play tho full number of Innings
In soma of them. Ho won nineteen
and lost five. Ills strikeout rciord was
tho most rciuaikablc part of his work.
Ho suit 207 batters back to the bench
by tho strike-out routo In tho thirty
games ho plajed. making mi nvirngo
of set en ttrll.oouls n game.
He was nn unusually steady pitcher,
nml allotted hut 71 free passes to first,
an iiMrago of ubout two buses on balls
it g lino.
O'Toolo was n dandy pitcher nnd n
fair hitter, with only ono error against
him during last Mttsnn, whlih set Ills
percentage to .9SS. JHs batting ner
iiro rtnihcd the .263 mark. Ho niado
twciit)-tlto lilts, mid lUo of them wcro
homo runs, which shows that ho was
a dangerous battor.
O Toole has twlco.bcen sold first to
St. Paul, for n small prlco compared
In what Pittsburg paid Kt. Paul for
IiIiiik Iho latter niado n fortune on
O'Toolo Is now making good pace
this season-wltli the American Associa
tion, which Is known as tho fastest ot
tho ttto big Ungues. Marty says that
he has a brother who can pltili better
hall than ho inn and Is two ears older
than hhusiir and Is now pitching for
tho Albany team In tho Now York 8tnt,i
League, whero ho has won ten out of
foiirtmi Raines played.
nuierul Hugh Duffy Is soro every
tlmo the nuiuii of Marty O'Toolo looms
before his ijes. This young player,
piirehastd for hiuIi n big prlco from
St. Paul by1 Pittsburg, oneo sailed un
til r the Innnir of Puffy Hugh was at
that tlmo bond of the Provldenco team
of tho KaMoni Lciiriio nnd ono day wns
shy it few liurlirs nnd gavo O'Toolo
n Job as one. Ho was offend 1C0 a
month, but kicked und went buck to
Murty O'Too'o, tho sensation for
whom mnjor loaguo clubs wero con
tending, was born and reared ut South
rramlnglinm, Muss, and ho rccelwd
his inrly training en nmnteur teams In
tho lltllo Miissuehusctts town. When
only Ilftcpu sears old ho worked won
ders on tho mound, and was offered n
phslllun on tho Di unison Miintiractur
lug team of South rriimlnRtiiii. Iln
pitched fur tho eoinpmy team for four
jciii.s uixl llnully broko Into profession
nl ball Ho Is twenty-ono years eild,
nnd Is it joungstor of exceptionally good
habits. Ho uses rllppery elm Instead
or tobacco to moisten his splthnll.
Kelly, O'Tonle's catcher nnd mate
on tho St Paul team, Is now once more
with his pnrtnir on tho Pittsburg team.
He was bought for tho nlco sum of
President nmney Dreyfuss of tho
Pittsburg Nationals purchased William
Kelly, catcher of tho St. 1'aul Aulcrl-
.can Association te-ini, battery iiiato of
lO'Tnole, on July 28. A catelnr worth
"00 ni kIvcii In exchange.
Kelly will report nt tbo snnio tlmo
lit. O'Toolo nt tbo Pittsburg; henihiuur
ters soino lime In September.
l'rcKlilent Drcyfttss ot tllo PltlsburK
trim- has placed nn Insurance iiolleyfor
20,000 nn tbo life ut Murty O'Tnolo nnd
ulll noon (like nut nn neeldont policy.
Droj fust cldii not Inti ml tu tako nny
chauccH with tbo 122,000 beauty.
tt Xt tt
STANDING OF THREE
, .BIG LEAGUES
.KlmiilltiK of tbo tlir'co IiIk leaBiies tip
to AiiKiut 9. Cbliiii;ii ellll leiuN In
the Xiitloiiu! I.eaciiu by n mimll inar-
B In. I'lill ulelplibt mill Ditrnlt nruiiink
Iiik n bl mil for Ainvrlciiii I.uiuuu
New York C7
I'lilliidclphbi .. ...... DO
St. Louis CS
lloston i 22
New Yoik Til
Clcelnnl , &.!
St Louis i. 31
Paclfio Coast League.
Portland CS CI
Vernon . . , 71 58
Oakland C8 05
Hun ITnnclsco 65 65
ttaerntnonln 61 66
Los AnReles G3 78
BLAME IS LAID
An Inquest was held last nlRht In
tho sheriff's office concerning tho death
of OcorRo W. Kcbrepple, drowned last
Hnturday nt Walklkl. Tho coroner's
Jury, uftir hearing tho statements of
A. J. Dtndo, J. 1'. Flynn, companions
of tho deceased, nml 1IIU IlerRln, pro
witnesses of tho unfortunate affair, nil
journcd, nnd nfter holding a short con
ferenco returned nnd gave Its irdltt,
which Id lines tho Territory for tho
dentil of tkhrcpplc. The Jury t minis
that had the Territory placed darker
signals mer tho dangerous holes, tho
accident would not hitvo occurred. Ono
of tho derisions In tho verdkt was its
follows: "It Is the opinion of this Jury
that the Tirrltorlal got opinion t Is nog
Uncut In not filling this hole, from
which George W. Schrepplc's body was
taken, or placing danger signals oer
tt so ns to prevent the further sacrlllco
Herein stated that two years ngn,
when tbo danger signals broko away
from this dangerous section of Walklkl.
ho went to tho supervisors asking them
to plncp others there, hut they did
The Jury states that tho Territory has
Jurisdiction over the waters uf tho
beach and It Is therefore up to that
body to Install theso signals for tho
public welfare, und not Iho county.
Schrepple was 29 jtnrs of ago, n na
tive of Phlladilphli, being born In Unit
illy hi 188.' His body will bo shipped
to tho Quaker City.
HOME INSURANCE CO.
Formal organization of tho Homo
Insurant u Company of Hawaii, Ltd,
was effected at a meeting of tho stock
holders yesterday afternoon for the
first tlmo sliito the company was giv
en Its chatter. Officers wcro mimed
as follows: Cecil ltrnwn, president,
J. A. MtCnnilleKH, vice-president, Nor
man Watkins, secretary, Zcno K. My
ers, treasurer und manager, !'. I)
Uivvrcy, auditor, A. S. Wilcox mid
Chu (lein. additional directors.
The list of ofirccrs Is Iho same, ns
those named boforo the company win
thurtcred, uud jeslcrilny'u action v. us
virtually it confirmation
With tho organization, tbo eoinpmy
Is now In the field for lnsiiinnco, und
.Manager Mjcrs states that uliondy
business Is coming in, proving that
Iho pcoplo uf Hawaii wolcomo ilIioiuu
company nnd wIHrIvo It their pat
SOO.NO In Honolulu. August (i, 1911,
to Mr. and Mis. Charlca Al Boonguf
Ilaklwa' Hotel, it son.
The Ic ultra ot tbo llrat series took it
(iimhlo Hiinilaj, whin tho tallenders
i nine up und starttd out to lead hi tho
TO CURE A GOLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money- if it fails to cure.
. W. Grove's signature is on
PARIS UEDIUNB CO, St. Lwui, U, 6. A.
with the Ara -Notch in
place of the bothersome
buttonhole 15c. each 2 tor 23c.
Cluett, Pcibody & Co., Mikers
ARROW CUFFS, 25c. a Pain .
YOU AIII3 LOOKING POtt
A WHimiNCJ Oll'T YOU
WOULD DO WHLL
TO SUt! OUIl
WHICH IH OAININO POPU-
LAIHTY WITH KVKIIY
113 Hotel St.
wIsIiih to miniiuiiio to tho public
that It has l-cnind tho lliiest chef In
town and Is now ready to sirvo the
best of everything In good stIc.
Prlvutu IIoncs for I.idles.
Open Day and Night
I Gurea Com
Malt es New, klch
Stomach and Uver
Care the Kidneys.
Are the resjlt of good Instru
ments. We have Kodaks and
Cameras fitted with especially
good lenses, and they will give
you pictures to be proud of.
WE'RE ALWAY8 GLAD TO
SHOW THESE QOODS.
Photo Supply Co.
IN COPLEY PBINTI
jPACIFIO PICTURE FRAHIHQ Ca
1050 Nnaanu Street
. uu iub ects
(?4V AHK 1'OU THHM
SEA8 CURIO CO.
And All Post Card
ALGAROBA BEAN MILL!
ONE SECOND-HAND STANDARD
GASOLINE. ENGINE. 16 H. P.
1494 EMMA STREET Telephone 24SS
Pau Ka Hana
MOVES THE EARTH
A QUIET, REFINED HOUSE OF
American Plan Jtooni with Uath and
Hoard from J I 00 n Day
European Plan Itoont with Halli from
f2 00 u Dty
Special Monthly Ralea
A IiIrIi-cIiiss I'ntiilly nnd Tourist Hotel.
Hnlf block riom Columbli Theater,
nnd on tbo edgo of tbo Itetnll Hhop
plng District. Htery room with Prl
vnlo Hath. Positively Fireproof.
W. E. Zander, Manager
Bottled In Bond
JULES PERCHARDS & FIL8'
CALIFORNIA SPARKLING WINES
We Oeliver to Any Part of the City
ROSA & CO.,
Alakea and Queen Street
rot lALI AT All 1AM
1 acific 3
KINO AND NUUANTJ STREETS
Cream Pure Rye
L0VK70T AND CO.
You'll And they're all good ftl
"It's the Fashion
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Daviei, Proa,
leads all others In ser
viceability. It la add, water
ind firo resisting.
Why experiment with an
Imitation when Ruberoid
costs no more?
Lewers & Cooke.
177 S. KING STREET
Anyone found trespassing or
shooting on the Waialac or
Kahala lands will be prosecut
ed to the full extent of the law.
PAUL R. ISENBERG.
July 1,1911., "
Horses, Mules and
HOR8ES FOR WORK OF ALL
MULCS DROKEN TO HARNESS