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EVCNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, NOV. 17, 1911.
raTrn! The Bulletin's Page of Sports
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t'JSI.H," to cure pcrmaiK'iilly tho severest case of uoustlpa
llon or ImllRcstrou, due In ftimtlouul Inaction. Ills nystcin
has been trjed ont tlni-mislily tpsled, and utilhnrlzi'il fin-lisn
hy cx-rieshlcnt Jloosnvclt, tho two nuiRcons-Reneral nml
chlef-of-stnlT of the II. fa. Army. Adapted lo hoth ladles mul
l'rlvalo trriitiuetit und lass Instruction at Hawaiian Hotel
for it few weeks' only. Telephone 3137.
NOTE. Young" men who with lo
mako application, at onco.
First consignment of this Ce'eiratod TADLE WNE to reach this
Territory from Portugal.
Cases of 1 doz. Large Bottles, $6.50
" 2 doz. Small " 7.00
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Fresh Eastern Oysters
Best Beef in the Country
HEILBRON X. LOUIS
INITIALS PUT OH FREE
KAM CHONG CO.,
CriIINF.lt TOUT AND HHHUTANIA
Quality Table Wines
902 NUUANU STREET
join Doxing Class will
STItKUTH HAIIHISON I1I.OCK
INTEREST IN GOLE
STEADILY AMONG LOCAL PLAYERS
Saturday Afternoon First Tournament of New Schedule Will
Be Played Over Country Club Course Sunrise Golf Club
(Pilfers will have their ilinnce Hal- Ittn Rroundkecper enn succeed In slow
unl.iy nftcinnnn, when n medal pi iy lug ll llip Jlrst green somewhat, the
handicap will ho run 11IT nt the Coun
try Club. In order In make u special
feature of the liny, the house committee
bus arranged tot u (tinner, to he fol
lowed hy rf iloniliio Iniirniinient mill n
musical entertainment, nnd It Is ex
pected that nil thon who golf, nml
ninny who do not, will he on timid for
the cvcnlnR' fun.
Plotti present Indications tho next
few mouths will kit n tiirr Ihiomi Ingulf,
The recently-appointed greens tnin
lulttee has announced a policy of pro.
moling ii m imiiiy tournaments mm tho
piuycrs win support, mil as compe-
tltli.il Is the rife of golf just oh much
of trnile. Interest In tho gaino
should he correspondingly Increased
A sure sign that tho icolfrrs nro fully
uvviiko Is the number of ten in mutches
and four-hall fournunes that are bolus
iirruimed il.iys In advance The play-
ers are not content to wander up tn the
clllh on the chance of finding-' ii -mod
match, hut want to he sure of their
frames i-nniu time In iidviincc. In con-
seipienco Interest has heen stlmiilateil
lo a Krcat extent. Country Cluh play-
ers have taken to nrraiiRlnR special
team matches at either Moanalua or
lfnlelua, and this chaiiKP of course Is
also lieiiPllelnl to Ihelr Raines.
The Country Cluh course Is In good
shape nt the present lime. KiilurRlm:
the ninth Rreen and chaiiRlnB the posl-
t Ion of tho cup has made n his differ-
once In the play of tho last hole, nml K - tomorrow's nislrh will ho Interest In National (luiird iitlilcllcMjrniiis are bun 1 1 develop The armory
many ji it undeserved cNtru slrnko that niado nt 1 ::t0 and thn wcnlld ill 2 "'"' "pn.'ts Is on the Increase on thiltsclf will mako an liln.l place for In
enme from puttliiB downhill nt tho o'clock. An entrance fen nf Ml rcnHiiiiilnlniid, mid nil the principal cltlch dour cicnlns meets, nnd such punly
trenclierniiH hole. Is now eliminated. If
IS IN THE CITY
II.'"K(inrifori', aviator und demon
ilrntor for Dlccn Ctirtiss, Is nnw in
Honolulu. lie Is hero Imihlni- over
tho (-round, nnd tnlkitiR with prospec
tive purchasers of Curtlm hl-planeg,
Cordon Ik n flyer of nolo himself.
tut nf Into ho Iiuh neglected tho cj-
hlbltlon -for (lie hiislncH-i end of tlin
..n...n t.a 1.. n In. .....I..- .....
feilllll-. IIU IS ll.leIHK rclt:eilll-.-
tlvo. nttondlliK lo tho Ecttlng up of
.'laclilnes slili ped from tho factory,
mid IcncIiliiK the riillnrntu of avla-'
Hon to thoso iitnatcurH wlio have tlio
money nnd tho Inclination to tako up
tho fascinating sport.
(lonlnn will ho in Honolulu for an-
other mouth, and will then inovo 0:1
to Auslrallii. Ilo linn hcoii (laying
clnsa attention to tho dying conditions
In and nround Hie city, mil shea It
us his opinion that tho nlr currents
lido arc exceptionally baffling nnd
FROM PUBLIC ACTIVITY
Spend His Remaining
Years in tho Wyoming
ItlC'IIMONI). Vn.. November 1.
Colonel William V, Cody (nillfnld lncoririitlon wero Hied nt tho trcasur).
Dill) rot I red from public, life tnulght.. The Incorporators nro Norman Wat
Ills show was packed off to winter kins, r)cnro S. Wnterbnuso', Nelson II.
quarters and his Indinnu will return
to their tepneR In what Is left of tho
led man's lunil. Iluffuln Hill Intends
lo spend his remaining years In tho
ivyiiiiiniK iiiKiiurn, wuuru uu iiciiiuu
miiKo Ainoricun nismry. ho lar as
puhlle nxhlbltlons mo' concerned, ho
lias snot tlio nsnes from 1110 iiibi
clgur and cIhikivI tho last Indian.
I.-... .. ....nM ...l.ll. l.nn..n .. ..
F I Olll tl Itllllll n IIIKII IfUKUll an ,1
pony express rider, and Included many
Indian battles nnd twenty-eight years
us a showman, Colonel Cody became I
known iib ono of tho most picturnHittnl
llgiircs In American life. Tho Hniihrl-
quet "inilfnlo Mill ' was carncu in 1110
curly COs, wliou ho contracted to fur
nish liuffalo moat to tho laborers con
structing mo Kansas rncinc juuiruuu.)
In lohs than eighteen months ho killed
-BULLETIN ADS PAY-
GO TO THE OLD RELIABLE
TRAINER FOR A GOOD
Bath and Massage
176 King Street Phone 2467
ionise will he still further Improved
Alex Hell, the cluh pro. Is playing
luurvolnusly steady golf Just novv. nnil j
one or Inn or the nmntcurs nrc nlso
developing nlinost professional steadi
ness, The other fin). In n four-hull
niiitrh plnyeil In n rainstorm that last
nl from the first tee to the eighteenth
green, Hell reeleil nfT h line 71, 37-37.
Ills driving Is fur nnd sure, mid he has
lenctheneil nut his Irons no that now,
with ii half mlil-lron Mini, he run
enslly Ho 11)0 yarn's. When It Is re
meinliereil that nil distant p at tho
,.,. rl(,b nt ,, lime of enr l
rlirry ,, ,)nt cvon ,;., ,,.
rn cluh stops dead In n few feet, these
IlKiires show clean, hard hitting
Tom (till and Harold (IIITiird lire
plnylng the I'est Kiime junong
incurs, nun urorun .mis"" nun r num.
Armstrong close seconds, (llrfiird Is
driving n very long hall these days,1
he plays the game In heller form,
"" "V "' "'e oilier nmiiteiirs. Hill.
Arinstrnn-f. F. W. Klehahn nml a few
"ther enthusiasts Imvo nn irifnrinnl or-j
Kiinlrntlnn known as tho Sunrise flolf
"" The re.iilrenienls or memher-
snip are in no winiiiB u iiirn out o(
"en in ine com. Rray uawn nun no n
". hernrp hreskfast. Only plajers
"ihiB within n reasniiahle ill-liiuce of
thn course have quallucd to date.
Tho flrat drawlnE for Iho coif nnlr-
w'lll hn charged In llip HHpnt.
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- Tlio new V, M. C. AybowllnR alloys,
said by oxHrtH to ho the best alloy
west nf Clilr.'ifio, will bo formally
opened tomorrow evening, when a
dozen men who. have hud experience
In thn hip hall rhiho will .do some ox-
lilbltlon, plllnc. Kvery nportsmiin In
Jlonolitlu; whether hn Is 11 howlor or
..... Id V l.,I.A.l In tin II.A..HI .1 InA
oj1, " l,i,i ... h.j puaiui nh 1,1.1
openliifj, which la tteliedlilod for 7:30
I'. tn. .
A. T. Wisdom, who tins charge of
"l0 He', hn" I'00" working hard to
K"t them In condition for'ljio oponlng
games. Tho carpenters bavo dono a
"no l,lco r wt,rk H"'1 ln Irueneas nnd
finish tho alleys nro good, enough to
stngo nn A. II. C. tournament.
The news published In thn ft 11 1 1 e
1 1 11 some time iiRn that, a Reneral
slilpphiR und commission company, tn
do business between hero and Ios All
Reles, wiis to ls started, received con-
Urination yesterday, when articles of
Ijinslnir, rieorgo H. Marshall, QenrRo
a. and Hubert K. McKhlownoy, nnd
William It Custlc. Tho head olllco Is
to bo In Honolulu. Tho capital slock
H jin.nni), madn up of four hundred
MllHrr.H f lsr, ,.ci,. c'axtlti Is tho llrst
,irrM,1PMt 11M, u, two McKblowneys
M..rr,.,lir.. .....1 .rp11Hrr resiiPctiveiv.
Tlio shareholders. In addition to thoso
named, nro (luslav Zeller of Hwltr.fr-
Imid nnd K Viinco Miller of WashlnB
ton. D. ('.
Tlio bark Allien llesso lias been se
cured tn InaiiRiirate thn runnlnR, nnd
sbo Is now beluB overhauled nn tlio
slips at Oakland. It Is hoped that
within a short Hum a steamer will
replace the, bark and that tho business
of the company will gradually extend.
Tho Halt I.akn Railroad Is working tn
conjunction with thn now line.
WILL CAN WINTER
CROP OF PINEAPPLES
It Is stated by thoso who have the
handling of tho pineapple crop thnt n
departure will be made this year from
tho usiiil routine nnd thnt Instond nf
shipping tho winter pints to trio coast
In a fresh slalo they will ho all
canned. This has been brought about
ny 1110 strict rpmramino rules that
Hive been brought Into forco on the
Const and tho fear that tho lines
j might ho drawn a little clover In tho,
'future unless tho fruit fly is success-
New Armory Will Boost Sport
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THREE OFFICERS WHO
The picture thews Colonel Jones (
Guard of Hawaii) Captain Johnson, U.
tlionin-jttructor. and Captain Camera (right),
amine guard at rvenni.
acXITAI Mtn f-nMClalVIV
ntUlMtlM I AL ANU LUMrANY
MEETS POPULAR WITH NATIONAL GUARD
-r. hiilldliiR of an up-to-date Na-
tolli, (j,m,, nnnory heie will he u hl
( () (n )rt h nlinllli; ,
u,,,r ,., ,.. nH
erl housed, the men lime ulwiijs turn- T, .s-toii.i1 Cuanl of Hawaii has
ed their attention to athletics, nndlw.r) chance to inal.e Rood In athletics,
there Is every reason to lielleve llml
lho """' r"' w"' ,1,,M Kn,M,,1M'c"
j1'1 '"e n'lintry have their reRiiuenlal
und lnter-rP!linental track meets nml
lilllltiwy Held days, Theso provldo not
oiily Rood sport, hut also u rism!
It) of sport, for some of the hest nth-jiullltary work
letcs In the country are Nation. ill i'iiIoii.'I Jones, adjutant -RPiicrdl nf
Uuardsmeu, and tako u pride In rp-the Riinrd, Is heartily In ucioril with
reseniuiR ineir reRiineni or coinpnnai
the nieets: Mrl.Hlirpard, prolsih thu.lie counttd on to Rle the inen every
Rrpatest runner In America today, was nppoiliiully tn dpvelnp iiiiupetltlons.
Until rryjTccntly n uioiiilK-rnt oncj of'nytrtln Jolintoit, the tlnlleil Htntes
tho New York rcRlments, 111111 won army nlllrir who has "recently como tn
many points for It on thn track. WhcrCthc Kiiard as Inspector-Instructor, Is
citizen soldiers ct toRcther In a
equipped armory, with company rooms
mid all tlio modern lonvenlences, It Is'tures.
STADIUM AT YALE
NKW HAVHN. Conn - The stadium
which Vale proposes to build will tin
llin largest In tho world According tn
tho preliminary plans the structure will
mid 7(1.00(1 persons, or twice thn num
ber of the Harvard stadium.
Unfortunately tl will bo Impossible
to commence work earlier than next
summer, so that the arena will not bo
rnipplctcd beforn 1913. Nnxt ymrs
Yiilo-lliirvard riiiup, therefore, will bo
played 1111 thn old Yule Held. This will
mean tli.it next year each Yalo Brnilu-
ate will be limited to ono ticket, In
stead of two, as this j ear, and three In
TEACHERS TO HEAR
Tho annual meeting of the Terrltn.
rial Teachers' Association Is lo bo held
Monday arteriioou next at 3 u'.lock ut
the McKlnley IIIkIi Heboid.
One of the features of -tint meeting
will Im addrrsses Hindu by Dr. Rupert
Uluo mid Dr. V. C Hnbdy on llin san
itation campaign with special rcfciciice
to tho duties nf schools.
In addition to this llin olllcers for the
coining term are nlsn to bo elected. No
tices have been sent out by Viiughiin
MncCuuiihoy, secretary of tho associa
SIR WILFRED LAURIER
MAY VISIT IN HAWAII
Dr. i;. 8. (loodliuo, of Kona, has
wrltton to Sir Wllfrod l.aurlor, tho
famous Canadian statesman and Uto
premier, asking him to visit Hawaii,
und has iccolvmi a letter in return In
which sir Wllfiod stated that ho and
Iuly Iiitrler may mine shortly after
Christmas. Hlr Wllfrort was befriend'
ed hy Dr. fioisllino's father when ho
was a joitng law) or In Quebec.
Thomas w. Murphy, who wiir (ho
biggest winning ownor on tho Clninil
circuit this year, did snmo faat riding
dining tho past year. Ho rodo 2D."
miles In tho races, not counting tlio
ground ho covered while scoring. Of
tho 29,ri miles, ir." were miulo In bet-
ter'tlme than 2:10. Some traveling,
boj-B, somo traveling!
FAVOR CLEAN SPORT.
eft, adjutant-general of the National
8. A. (center), trie new inipector-in-
who Is now in command of the quar-
ioinp.ir.itlrly easy to orR.mlzo nth
" Hi' "lei ts mul limn (ompetltlons, he
turcn the vnrlmis ioni..inles, or to B -
together a rcihnentiil team to take
nd with Hip Im hlluR or the new nr-
Uwr) ImfpKiII foolhall and track
mllltarv events us wall sciiIIiir never
fall to ilrrw crouds mul provide ex-
client entertainment for the Rcncrul
iiual-lpuhllc, hesides promotlriB Interest In
nny move in i ncouriiKC spori mm may
well-'nnolher keen enthusiast who will prove
In usslstlnR nthletlo veil-
GETS THE HOUSE
Honolulu theater-goers gavo tho
Hughes Musical Comedy Cumpiny
Igst night tho most flattering recep
tion of Its locil engagement tn date.
Tho bill presented for tho week-end
was "Two Men from Japan," the two
men being l.clllauc and Ktnnluiw llin
Hebrew and flerman character-men,
and while, thorn wasn't much of Ja
pan In tho show, it wa full of fast
and furious comedy from start to fin
Tlio action renters mound two es
caped convlctB, who get Into a lintel
Just In advance of two anions scion
lists returned from Japan, nnd find
Jlic tho scientists' suit-cases, proceed
to put their kimonos on over tlio prls
on str!ics. Naturally they nro mis
tnknn for tho men of science and the
full begins. A good deal of thu coin
udy handed nut last night was n hi
HhipBtlck, but It went so fast that
Tho hit of thn whnln tiling Is a rag
lima dnnco In which Lellluuc, Htnii
liopn nml Miss Krltrln Cuy star, ll'i
(he ragglest kind of a rng, built to a
swinging turn-, and rerclved six en
eoies Inst nlghl. Another lilt was Al
bert l.connrd's eccentilc dancing. Tills?
voting follow Is a wonder.
Miss I'hoenln I'Mwards, soprano,
has an imusunlly fmiture'ss uirt hut
iniido thn most of It, whllo .lr. I.yil
stop, baritone, plajod llin st-igo-ex-
aggoialed (Cngllsh lord In a laughnhto
Tho rliorim was ns lively nn over
rnd made oven a better Impression
than on tlio opening night.
"Two Men from Japan" will ho thn
hill for tho remainder of tho week,
with a rhaflgo Monday
At the Other Houses.
The I'm pi ic nnd tho Savoy do not
Buffer from tho big houses nt tlio
Illjnu, for thn vntidovllla bills are on
usually nttrncllvo. Marie l.loyd at tho
ICmpIre and Clair and Clinton at tho
snmo Iiouso nro flue drawing-cards,
whllo Veolottt and May Hdlth Tay
lor at tho Savoy keop tlio ciowds go
v Tho Civil Wnr veterans' bounty net
passed by tho last Connecticut nener.ll
assembly over tho governor's veto was
declared unconstitutional by Attorney
Uenerul John II. Light.
HIGH SCHOOL MAY
Will Bo a Much Improved Team
When It Meets College ol
McKlulc) High Kchool and College of
llawull meet on the foolhall Held to
uiurrow in tin second game of the Bed-
sou. Thn first contest, placI tlirco
wicks uk", unit to lluwall In rather
hollow laslilou, hut the 1 1 It'll Mchool
tin in, innUr the cllklent coaching of
I, like iliulir. has made splendid prog
ress rcccutl, mill duriiiK tho list few
days has conic on very fast Captain
Itosn Is confident that his lis m will ho
nhlc to take tare of Itself, when It
nicks up iieiilust Its next-door nclc'i-
hors touiortow. Cuptuln Malliillllto of
Hawaii Is mtially (.oullileut that his
Ic.iiii, havliiK turueil the trick onco on
the IIIkIi Kihol, will ho shlo to do It
UKiiln And that's the way (ho instter
rests it the present time.
Due llilliK Is ui.iri lit, and that Is
that the HIM'-'1"""1' -Anie.;-liuW, u".
mile ll closer mid mora InterestliiR than
either the llawa'll-l'iinaljoii of -.tho o.
IIIkIi-I'uiiiiIiou mr.ilrs Oihu stlcki..)
out limU nml Blioulihrs nhove llin other
to tiaiiis playlui; the IntcrcollcRlatu
Kiime. mul has ilcinoiiklriileil With r"
tirilsj - picklii-;
S'ouie sunn Ises may he pxpertPd fmni
Hip .lfKliilcylli- in loinonow's Riitne.
for they have been wot kins fulthfully
mid Coach Itader has drummed inoro
loolhall lulu tliiln In two weeks than
Ihey dreaiied existed. Tho team may
be expii'lid In spring n bundle of trick
plays that may prove Rood ground
winners, for Itader knows the so-cnllcd
new- football better Hum anyone elo
now In Ihc Islauds, und he l.ias, sparpil
neither himself nor his team In' t-.tch-lng.
'The probably lliipup of Hip two tPatn..'
lit utt follows:
Hawaii Yainashlrii. p.; Priill. It :
Turner. lR,i I'niiliilil, c ; Holt,' rB :
lars, ri ; 1 rarer, re.; ai.ircainno
(iiipt ), q 1 Itlce, lb ; Kuvvauinlo, rb.:
C'nusens.. t " - .-
IIIkIi rtcliool Carter, le.; Voiiiir, Itf:
Dyson, Is; Hurt, c; Awnl. rg.i I.lRht-
foot, rt.i Ul Tin, re , I'jrker, lb ; Itnsu
(cupt ), rh ; Too Kau, f ; Aldrlch, q.
FOR MANOA CLUB
A handicap toiiinniueut for 11 spe
cial prize offered by (Imrey's Limited,
will ho run olT at the Mnno.i Tennis
Cluh in the near future. Play In
scheduled to riinimenco Siturdny,
November 2.", but ilelliiltn conditlruis
have not heen atinouuced ns ot.
' The Manon cluh has been unusually
active, nnd has carded iimru events
tlmn nil thu other clubs In tho pity, put
jj n tt
IMMMHt IIASKI1AI.I, TONIOIIT
An Interesting Indoor baseball game
In on the raids for this evening, when
thn .luulnrs unit Kmployed Roys of the
Y M. (' A. leiiRtin como together.
Hoth teams hnvn been polishing off
the rough corners and a good article
of Indoor hall can hn expec(ed. Par
ents of tho players hnvn received a
special Invitation to be present, Hie
galiin being an exhibition affair given
specially for them. ' ' I ',
JUNIOR STAMP COLLECTORS
HOLD TRADING MEET
James Cumphll, John llugland.
Uiirln Thurston, Do Witt Alexander,
William Harris, Kenuoth Kmnry.
I'ltuik Citshlnglinm, Philip Otendcn,
Norman Tnjior, llurlo Henner, Hor-
bort Poster, Kdwln Honner Jr.. Kl
wleh Pond, I'oineloo Knlng. Tred
Carter, (lieu MeTaggart and Alexan
der Small romposcd Iho junior branch
of tho Hawaiian Philatelic Horiety
Hint held Its sniul-annunl meeting la
tho Y. M. C. A. building WodiinyUy
afternoon Theio whs ronsldernhle
stamp trading after tlio tegular busi
ness hud been dlspatchud.
f.fX. J ur a hitihiita
cough, not hi im
EiJiili Iflilf '
I th rout, hoartr-
lBPifV "CHS, CI((,S (Jin;
1 39 Merchant Street
&. W, -ArV