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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, September 02, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 10, Image 10',
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EVENINQ ULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H,' SATURDAY, SEPT. 2, 1911.
MILO M. POTTER, Mgr.
Operated on the Amenmn Plan only. Each room lias outside exposure. Rates
talked are lata (Service, Cuiime and Surroundings considered) than can be
found In nny nny liotnl in America, Dagy.iyo may Le checked direct to
Motel Potter from anywhere In the United State or Canada. Wire ahead for
reservations, nt our expense. For rates, pamphlets nnd full particulars con
cerning Hotel Potter, address! OTTO GEHTZ, P. O. Box , Honolulu.
: SAN FRANCISCO
Geary Street, nlWe Union Squaie
jun pi"iic now ai. traocu
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel am! lin k truiLure, furnish
Inifs cost $J(Ki,ikh). Hnjli cl,iss
hotel at tnmltratc rates Omnibus
meets all trams anil stuames
Hotel Stewart mw recognized as
Hawaiian Island heailouarters.
Cable address, "Trawets ' A. U. C
Code. Ituservations made through
Trent Trust Co., Fort Street,
Hotel St. Francis
Union Square, San Franchoo
Under the Management of
FA CI Ml the beautiful park
In the heart of the city,
which Is the theatre, of
the pilnclpal eients of
the famous festival of Sua
Francisco, (Ills hotel, In en
Tlronment and atmosphere, ex
presses mo.vt pleasantly the
comfortable spirit of eld Cal
ifornia. The royalty and nobility ei
tbe Old World nnd tbe Far
East and the men of high
achievement In America who
assemble here contribute to tbe
cosmopolitan atmosphere of nn
Institution which represents
tbe hospitality and -individual-Ity
of Sau Fruuclsco to the
The building, which marks
the furthest advance of science
In service, lias now the largest
rapacity of nny hotel strnctare
In tbe West, uud upon comple
tion of the l'ost street annex
will be the largest cararunsery
In tho world.
WHIM-: TUB SEKVICE IS UN.
USUAL, TIIK 1' KICKS AUK
European Plan from $2.00 Up
A TourKt II'rM on the
ear liui' ami within ual!-
Imr (1ll in. f tln l'mt
Olike It 1-xeeln In every
Emma St., above Vineyard
ni re A I)AY OK TWO AT
HliPOUi: VACATION n.NDS IT'S
Tllll 1'I.ACi: KOIl COMS'OUT
"V AND KNJOY.MKNT
TItAINH I'ASH TUB DOOR
Rooms and Board
W. C. Bergln, Prop.
IV YOU AHi: LOOKING FOIt
A WIIDDINO OII'T YOU
WOULD 1)0 WKI.t,
TO SEE OUK
R.1 WHICH IS ClAININn I'Ol'U-
H LAItlTY WITH r.VIHlY BEST WORK LOWEST PRICES
M iiousnwii'K THAT
Bel tV ' USE3 IT P. O. Box 491 Phone 309
m. J. A. R. Vieira & Co. p s am l,u
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SANTA BARBARA, Cl.
A QUIET, REFINED HOUSE OF
American Plan Room with Hath and
Uounl front t 00 a Hay
European Plan -lloom with Hath from
12 00 it l).iy
Special Monthly Rates
A hlgh-cla-is family nnd Tourist Hotel.
Unit block from Columbia Theater,
nnd on tho edgo of tho lletall Shop
plnic District. Kvery room with Irl
valo Ifath. rosltlvoly Fireproof.
W. E. Zander, Manager
llexervntloni made through
RAVEN i. JACOBSON
174 King Street Honolulu
von Hamm - Young
Pioneers and leaden in
the Automobile Business
Agents for such well-known car
u Packard. Pope-Hartford, Btevens-
Duryea, Cadillac, Thomas Flyer,
Uulck, Overland, Baker Electric, and
Supplies & Repairing
..For th. BEST RENT OAR In the
city, ring up
OLD8MOBILE, No. 401
RENAULT, No. 404
LANDAUt-ET, No. MO
C. H. BEHN
8CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
ALL WK AHIC IH A THIAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phone 1323 Kapiolani Building
Uso a PREST-O-LITE TANK on
your Automobilo and save Generator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
ASK FOR THEM
HAWAII A SOUTH
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And All Post Card
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wr i w
Sails Calomel nnd Cntliiirtle I'M are
tliilint the) net on bowels as
epier nets In lioslrlls.
Tal.o a Cnscnrel tnn,lt;lit nnd thor
oughly cleiilnto your Uvor, Stumuch
nnd liowels, and you will rurely feel
Hi eat by morning. You men nnd wo
men who havo hendacho. coated
toiiRiie, enn't Bleep, are bilious, nci-
vohh and tipsoj bothered with a sick.
gunny, dlsorder'cd stonmcli, or have
buchnclie nnd feel all worn out.
Arc you keeping clenn Insldo with
Cascircts or merely forcing a pass-
r.ewny every few days with eallH,
enlhaitlc pills or oastor oil? This Ih
Pascal eta Immediately cleanse nnd
regulate the stomach, remove tho
four, iiikIIkorIoiI uud fermenlliiK food
and foul Raxes; take tho excess hllo
from tint liver nnd carry off the' do
compoKCil waslo matter nnd ikiIsuii
from tho Intestines and bowels.
ltcmcnihcr, ,t Cascaret tonight will
rtrnlfjhten you out by mornliiK. A 10
cent box from your druggist means a
clear hoad nnd cheerfulness fm
months. Don't forget the children.
TO BE STRONG
Alumni Gives Helping Hand
and Boys Take Interest
At the business meeting held by the
Kumehamehn Alumni last night at Its
eluhhuusc, tho question of whether the
association should give a helping hand
In forming n Kumshamcha track team
to compete. In the A. A. U. meet to be
held under the auspices of the local
branch, on September 50, was dls
Tho members of the nmoclntlon were
of tbe opinion that they should take
tin Interest In the boys who were ready
to do honors for Kamchamcha, and fi
nally the alumni voted to pay the Ini
tiation fee of the team so that It may
join' the A. A. U. A committee of three
was, appointed to go ahead and form
n team ami make arrangements for the
With the good spirit shown by the
Knmchameha alumni, the' bora will
now go In with a determination, to
make the best record possible. One
thing Is certain, and thut Is tbe team
will have one of the strongest relay
aKgrcunllon? that ever fctepped onto a
cinder truck In llnoolulu. The IIul
Nalus are talking of entering a team,
nnd If they do they will have to work
very hard to establish nny now records,
Tills track meet will ulso glvo Kauai
an opportunity to Kvt In and show the
Honolulu hunch what they eun do. Will
they? The tlmekteperH will all bo nt
the end of tho tape when the meet Is
pulled olT here, Inutmd of off some
Tho boys liuve already commenced
truli.lng, mill tho committee hopes to
have tho services of all the men ulio
call made a good showing.
The committee In charKu of matters
concerning tho team, which was' ap
pointed by thu president of tho alumni
at the meetliiR last ulidit, consists of
the following: Duvldr Desha (chair
man), Harold Godfrey and Qeorgo Me-
new yqk heads
During tho pant week tho New York
IiuslIkiII nlno has Jumped the Chlcugo
team ill the Nutlonal I.eaguo and Is
now holding down first place by n nar
row margin. It looks as though Chi
eaito will recover from her fall and
climb to the top attain during tho next
In the American League, Philadelphia
bus a EOod lead over her closest oppo
nent, and she will havo no trouble III
holding her place for some time to
The standing of the three hlglengucs
is as follows:
Now York 09
Philadelphia .. ...... 02
.St, Louis CO
Philadelphia '..'- .;.... 74'
Chicago ., tj9
New York 59
St. I.oui 34
: sports :
-J , i1 .
RELAY TEAM RAN
The W'l.iv men turned tm for their
Inst hard training esttrday ovenlngj
it tho Athhtlc lMrk, tieforo n large
crov.cl.Of Interested fnli, who went to
thu park for tho purpot of sizing up.
All three runners ran their respec
tive distances Inline style. Many of
the fans believe .tl.nl Jackson will not
hold out with Kitzgoruld during Ills'
share of the race nnd flint this will lie'
wbeio Jlmmlu will do nil his gaining.
Siliarsh Ims Improved greatly ami
yesterday evening covind tho two nnd
one-half miles In tho fast time of 14
minutes 25 second. Hill Chilton, who
bus tuken Interest In tho coming race,
was down nt the park nnd timed King
ns he ran his five miles. Chilton nnd
many others believe that the relay team
will need to go much faster than lirty
eight minutes to bent Jlminlo Pita
gernldN As a' matter of fact, tho people down
hero have ho Idea of the way Kltzger
ulil can cover the around. lte has
beaten Shrubb's time over tho ten
miles, making it in leas than B4, but he
Is not expected to make it In that time
hero, as tho weather affects him. He
tides this, the trails Is not In the best
of condition to innku rueh good time
oil It. ,
It will be n great race, nnd every
body who attend tho park on Mon
Ouy will surely get his money'H worth.
Schnrsh Is to run the first two and
u half miles, "while Jackson will cover
the second two and a half. If Fltzgor
nlit ever gets; one or two laps on Jack
son, King will have very little show of
coining out .on top. The wagers nro
still on tho relay i team around town.
The officials of tho meet have been
selected except tl)e third Judge, wiio
A HI be selected on the ilav of tho
meet. Den Hollfnger and 23111 Chilton
win time me ooys. and lioth or these
men are the most experienced In that
line down here. Chilton has n stop
watch that cxccUs nil others In Ho
nolulu. Patty Welch nnd Henry I a pa I are
the two Judge's' for the meet already
Tho Chinese-Cavalry game, which Is
" preliminary to tho relay race, should
be nn Interesting event. Tho boys hnve
Iwen working hard, and tho cuvnlry
team will try nnd spring n surprise.
Stars Will Pitch Myeres
Against J. A .C Portu
guese Are Favorites.
The two ball kuiiii'H to bo pulled on
at thu Athletic I'atk tomorrow after
noon should be Interesting. The teams
uro putting up sumo snappy ball of
late, althoiii:b tho Htars have failed to
show much class. They will try to
make up for It tomorrow, as Manager
,himilllni Is determined to slip one
over on the Nipponese. Tho fnns will
regret very much to henr that Mar
culllno's ntw hat. which was supposed
to meet all curves, was broken the very
i veiling he bought It. W bother the
htars will rely on tho bats they now
have, remains to be seen.
Harney Joy, one of the oldtlmers,
who still loves thu game, uud who Is
holding down the position as captain
Of the Htars, will bo seen li the out
Held for tho tlrst tlmo this season.
Harney Is still suffering from a sore
thumb and to prevent It from being
hurt Joy will play at right Held.
lllll Myers, tho Kwa wonder, will
twirl for tho Stars, nnd with Ah Toon
behind the bat ho expects to do won
ders This will b.j Myers' first uppenr
aneo In tho box during tho present sea
son, t'ordclro will stick to the hnlf
vyay station, and I Tin will cover
third. The Stars are going to shine
tomorrow If possible.
The second game of the afternoon Is
attracting much intention, as the I. A.
Cs, nro top-notchers nowadays. The
fans have lost faith In the Hawalls
lately, and the tall: nround town Is In
fuvor of tho I'ortuguese winning tho
name tomorrow. If tho P. A. Cs. man
api to repeat their performance of last
Sunday they will bo doing great work.
The Hawaii nlno was expecting Aleo
Desha down from Hllo this morning
to pitch for them, but the young twirl-
ir did not show up. Lota ami Mlko
Hardy are tbe only two pitchers thu
team can rely on to win tho game to
The J, A. Ss. nro not' worrying over
defeating their opponents tomorrow
all they are looking for In, to see tho
Hawalls beat tho Portuguese.
In tho morning tho Junior Ieaguo
games should draw the usual large
crowd. The boys are putting up some
etoso games ut present.
Han Francisco 73 74 .497
Sacramento C7 77 .401!
Los Angeles &7- 90 .388
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NEW DRUG STORE
Well Stocked with New Drugs and
SODA WATER FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel Street, at end of Bethel
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Stomach and Liver