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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1912.
BMletta9s Pasre of
mm' -8- '
ft1 ' wC" i
A lunch you will like.
Every noon and after
I Give your grocer an order for I
I Crssco I
I The scientific cooking compound I
1 Better than butter or lard I
Bottled - Beer
in .ft V 4
Bottlsd by the
Q0NSALVE3 &. CO, LTD.,
Iron Bed Sale
Samples and Damaged Beds about Given
Away. See our windows.
COYNE FURNITURE CO., Young Bid.
J. HOPP &
Weekly Bulletin J Per Yar
LOVEJOY & CO.
Cream Rye Whiskey
1 Old Jas. E. Pepper Whiskey
A , i "Harvey's Special" Scotch Whiskey
Agents for , "Calwa" Wine
Best Quality of EUROPEAN WINES and LIQUORS
902 Nuuanu Street
At their Battling
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
HSJES and LIQUORS
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
STARS NOW LEAD
Barney Joy's Band Has Come
to Front With the mg stick.
Markham Best Individual.
That Indefatigable stntlxtlclnii, "Illll'
Hnpnso. has come tu thv hat with nil-.
other hunch of IlKiirc ilculliiR wltn
thv buttlliK. Holding Mini liuni'-riilllilntr
abilities of the Senior I .on lino players.
'file dope shows Markham still nt thv
top of the list of Imllvhhiiil swatters,
iiIIIioukIi thv extra ginne that ho him
1)1. I III slllce till' last percelltllKCS were
llKurcd bus dropped lilin (mm .500 to
4.0 llowevir, any inim that ran rap
out ! hits out of 20 times nt hat. I
KlllllK fant enough to keep warm. Hur
nei jny anil Alex l)i"ha trade phiocx,
the former koIiir t tlilrtl. The rest
or tlic llrxt division ittrliiK along aliout
In tciiin hattliiK tho Htnrs now hoail
tho lint, honvy swatters llko.Jny. Hurns
ami Sumner hrhmltiK tho toam to thu
top Tho AkiiIiIh uru nt III In the cel
lar, ami look like a perniancm'y there,
Ti inn llehllnti IlKiiris show that the
I A (' are making fewer errors than
tin.i or lh"lr rivals. The Stars, ill
UioukIi they have uvoruKcd more tlr.ui
four mistakes a Kanio In the six tlnieH
they have slinucd. are second, uhleli
uiyiio loose lidding for the tongue
The 1 1 mi lex follow:
OAHU BASEBALL LEAGUE.
Team Fielding Avcragei.
(1 l'O. A. !:. TO. 1'ct.
i; a c
Aiihis . .
J A. C
r, nr, ;n is
i; IKS SK 2s
r, us ;:i s;
223 ill 9
s; 233 .su.i
n sso ssj
Team Batting Averages.
(1. All. 11. .11. SI1. l'et
J A li
p A c r,
Individual Batting Averages Four or
(I. All. It. II. HI). I'll.
Mnrkhani (J) . .r.
A. Desha (II)
Joy (S) C
W .Meyers (lll.l
llnrnx (S) ......4
Hampton (J) . .r.
I'hll'uorlh (.II. I'.
Iliishnell ( I i . . . r.
Oriu'ihiH (I'; ..:,
Kualll (J) ....:.
lli. nil (S) I
Wllllanix (Ml ..4
Kn Sue (II) fl
j .Mere (l) ..r,
lluyi'H (II) ....4
DoliHky (HI .
Ilrllo (J) ...
I) Desha (II)
HllllNH (I') .
lieeve (S) li
Ilamauku (II) ...4
Ill'IIIlN (J) I
Arakl (A) I
lY.niio (J) ..
.N'olley (J) ..
.Vlxhl (A) ...
.Nuila (A) ...
J. Meyer (II)
Dreler (II) ..
.Murakami (A).. 4
There Is Only One
MODEL SANITARY BARBER 8HOP
Three First Clana Artists at your
BETHEL AND KING
E. G. Sylvester and E. Schroll, Props.
Bruns Writes Of Ritchie
. 1 -r mm is mi 1 1 i
Willie llllcliie lliliilnc; il Vl.il Ih'.ik lulu (he
Him Tliri'UL'h Hie lloic.
"Brother Benjamin" Gives Ho
nolulu Friends Some Inside
Information About the
lien Ilrunx, belter known to Ilium
lulaiix as "llrother llinj.iiiiln," sat lilin
self down and Indllnl a mlHslve to
the t-piirtlnn illtnr of Hie Hullo tin
the olhir day, wrilbii; from Sun Friin
i'li'i. '"WIii-iv Irf frtn llruns now that
Ills protcfp', Willie Itllcble, has hiokcii
lulo rust tompaiiy?" reml a note In
the sport columns u while back, and
Hi ii. belnt; a II u I lot I ii render uuuy
Ii'imii hiiine as well as when in Ha
waii net, aiiswtreil II by Ibe llrst mull.
"I note hi )our sportinj; notes n
curiosity us In my whereabouts since
leuviiiHT Honolulu lust Deiember. ufler
Willie Ititi'lile's siicitoHs In the Thiiuks
Kivili, D.iy eonli'Sl lit l.os AllKeles,
ullli Fieilille Welsh. As you iirliiiu
know, I pructlciilly raisoil lllie l!ll-l-llie
since Ills llfleelltll )ear, some six
years uko, ami am ery pioud of his
success. .iy Uille Is pretty Well occu
pied mid iii) riKiilur business nets
me more minus than I niliiht Kit fiiuii
iiianaKliiK eeu a champion- -n clout on
the jaw ami It's ull iccr.
"I enme to the I'oast, placed Willie
III Mood hands last, and he caini' unil
visited me il inontll or so iiko. pre
vious to (ho WolKiist match, wlileb 1
adilsid bbn aliout. I was al Iho rlm,'
shlo to see liltn baml lh(' iluiiuploii
WolKust a nioro severo beallnx In lour
roiiiiils than he bus oyer received In
any twenty or thirty rounds uf all his
jire Ions contests. Hltchle had bbn
out In the second round, unil in ibe
cM'licmcut or by prcuiTuiiKciucut ,u
round was shoiteneil some twenty sio
lillils lu spite of the tWji kluiekdowils
ill the llilnl, priiv lui; thai WoIkiisI can
bit as haul as oier, llllchle had bbn
on queer slnvt ut tile end of every
round, and at the lllilsh of the fourth
round WolKust's eyes were bluckcd. Up
was cut neeossllalliiK four stitches,
and face Keuerally huiiKed up. The
wrench to WolKust's buck wan nut
caused by a fall, but by the kidney
blown Hltchle bullets In thu InllKhtluK
at which lilKiist Is supposed to excel.
"WolKllst was tleateil tu a surprise
puilv and 'ii iiutlouuht. iiiiIki iierub d
and oiilliiiMil at all sum.'- 1 send
von a I. ii pli lures shoivlmt how be
loolilil one In l.lllih llltclile N help
I'hiv In Hi,' llerelunla club's Invlln
t lii tenuis touiuanu'Ut slants at I
o'clock Ibis alterliooll. when l.ieulen
unt l'riitl of nut KiiKor and T. I". W.
(irny or Walklkl. .Merchant street.
Smlluiid and siieial other pl.'in-. meet
on tin iiiurt DllfcrliiK from the usual
j . .
O I Bro. Benjamin J1L I
ti 1 Wonder SST I
ll J Liniment imWJk i
5Z H for alt Aihn end I'slnj, V iixtfffth'si
t M KliiiailliMil,l'JillJII"a- XJ'.vtrK' K
WMVtti riktyn nrirmnTiarrwTirrriiTrrTIiTrr iff
Illllu- Vftcr liniieklni;
s' i 'if -t- ' ' l' 'V ".' y 5 5 5
'' IS AD WOLGAST
TRYING TO D0DGE7 v
'' Disagreement over" the ipies- V
t Ion of a referee, for the mulch
between All Wolmist mill Joe
Illiers Is likely to brine the no-
Kotlallons to an abrupt ciiiIIiik. '!'
accor.lluif to u report sent over
the cable jestcrday. This looks
' very nun h us IIioiikIi Ad had :
lost iiinildence 111 himself by bis
I failure to "come Imck" when he '
' leciitercil the i'Iiik ufler his op-
era Hon. .'
Willie Hlli hie Kiive (lie chain-
plon all ho wiinlcil unil a little "
more In tho lallcr's Initial up-
peiirlinee, and he did not show '
up Wry well on his Kaslcrn
lour. The picture on this paKo
shows Unit Ad was ipiito will- -v
Ilia; to let his oppiiuont help him
ii, when ho utut throUKh tho '
' lopes. e
Rivers was looked on ns easy '
incut lor WoIkiisI, and If tho r
champion Is trybiK to run out
of tin mulch, bo must know
that bo Is much worse off Iban
l.i Keuerally suppoxeil.
a. .j. .:, t, .f, .j. ,j, j, s, q. .j, j, s
Im,' (lie cbumploii up, wliu seenm Kind
of Hie eisslslaui-e.
"Hltchle foiiijbt it clean, fair IlKht.
I can't say the same for WuIkusC, lint
he was outgeneraled.
"As you pei haps know, I am only
luliresled In (he boxbiK sport from u
student sliiinlpiilut not for Kulu.
That's why I am not mentioned III the
"I "have spent live or bIx years' time
and some lew thousaiids of dollars
ilnelopliiK Willie Hltchle ns u busi
ness man und to prove that you did
not have to take a htutlnK In bo a
thump or n near ehumplou, and I am
sutlxlloil. I have Hie friendliest fee 1
Iiik for Hltelde us one of my hoys, unil
am proud of Ills success, hut have
mver made a dollar olf of him directly
or Indirectly, nor received a cent from
bbn for my time, expenditures 'or ser
vices, llllchle is worth some thou
"Aly Kohl mine, the Santa I'lura, Is
dobiK well. 'I hey sa; republics are
.iiiivi literal. riiKlllsts are tho sunn -or
will wo say forijelfur.'
"Dhk Siillliau Is oier here and Is
Kleeted elelyuhire by hosts, of
ariiiiiii'iiu'iil, the iiiuniiiieuioiil has put
the lii dinners on llrst !
'Iho pln)crs urn divided lulo four
clii-ses, A, II, c und D, haudliap us
l"l. ows: A Klvoii II 1-J 1.1, II KHes C
1-J l.'i, C Hives 1) I-S IS. !
rolloMlnt! are tho diawlnsii. tiiKoth- '
or with tin, schedule or today's pre-
lliinu.iry round mulches: ,
I'. do lliillovlllo (III vh Lieutenant
Vaiiiihan (III, bye; 11. Parker (II) i
II. II Hletmi (), hyo. 1:30 It. Sln
iulr (Al is. II C. Schenkcl (H). I -l.b
nil Hunt I'i'alt (II) vs. T. 1'. W
(lra.i (C. ,, K. li.n iiom (in vs C
F. I.IIHoJohn III). 1:311 T. ItulmriW
(III vs (I. Irwlne (ID. if Hours '
(l) mi N II. Coiulnoy (C) r, H II '
llooth (II) vs. W. Horner (C). r, J
A. (In. ml (III s. C. Axeh'od (11). 1
A J. Miirshull (C, vs. J Macaulay
(Hi; A K. I.mlnnr fill v.l. W. A
(ii'n nwi II (ID, l.jo; M. c. Jobuslou
(III s II. S. Ib'iiy (II), bye.
Aiihi'iik Uio 1'iillnlril nji'll wlio have'
iiiialilied In cnler Iho llliul ciiinpi'il
'i ve I'Miii'lniilliiu fur iiroinnlldii to "llic
trnilii of Kccoiul lluulonatit ut Fort
1.1'iivcniuii'lli Ih SciKcauL I'aul llalha
way, Ciiu)iany I, IM Infiinlry, whli ii
ih liialloiii'il at Kt'liolield nmiacku,
FAST POLO GAME
ENDS WITH REDS
AND BLUES TIEL
One of the fastest unO cleanest prac
tise polo Kiilnei ever played on tlu
Miiantilua flclil look' place yeterilay nf.
(itiiooii, when, ufler six keen periods
the nines and the Hi ds uf the loca:
i'lul, lisle over the sldelioards with foul
Kals to tho credit or each side am
no fouls or safeties to hrlng the result
Into fiaetlons. out of consideration
for the ponies, ami also heuaitre It wiu
IteltliiK rather late, the rival cnplulm
decided to call It li draw unil not pla
an extra period.
The Kiiine was marked liy the kooi.
work of some of the leeent rerlllt,'
Waller Kendall, who played No. 1 for
the nines, was rcspnuxlhlc for two oi
the ko.iIk made hy his stile, unil show
rd nmrkiil Improvement In his lilttlns
and HilliiK off. Waliir .M.icfurhtnu wn
ri sponxliiic for two i'.ed scores.
Kiicli side put the bull between tin
i-tlekx In the llrst period. In the sec
ond the Iteds sicurAd n commaudlm
'".id liv KettbiK tw innrc. but in tin
third the lllues scored twice lillil nmilli
i miii. I up matters, makliiK tile III;
tires : In 3. The KciIh K"t one In tin
lourth. unil tho fifth was scoreless. Ii
tie liiit period the lllues maliaKed t'
Mill. Hie bull down the Held ni'
tliriiinjli the nun I for the last anil tie
Hip .ore of the afternoon.
(lniiN wi're made by Walter Dllllnc-
Llmtii (2). Waller ICtnilall (2). Walte'i
Miieiarl.ine (2), Harold l)lltlnt;li!iin am
The teams lined up its follows:
Kims w. Kendall. No. I; It. Shin
t-li No. 2; V. Dlllltiitliniii, No. 3; 11
Huils Dr. llaldwln, No. 1; II. 1)11
HiiKhiim. No 2: W Macfarlaiie. No. 3
A Itlce, back.
IN IL S.
A plan for the creation of n tullltun
resirve that will Insure puttliiK bib
the Held, In ibe event of wnr and upie
a few days- notice, nearly n ipiarte
of n million (mined men and yet tha
will not maleiially Increase the mini
her In Iho slamlliiK army lu time o
1 e, Is proposed III u bill Introduce,
In the Ileus.' by Hepresenliillvo Tllsiu
.Mr. Tilsiiii Is u lleiilenitnt colonel b
the National (liiard of Connecticut, i
member of Hie House military uffalr
committee und a close student ofurni'
comllHonx, und the legislation foi'
w'hieii ho now stands sponsor, frnuiei
after stndyliiK conditions iiiiiiik tie
troops that were iiIoiik the Mexloii
rronthr a ycur iiko, und after consul
la I Ion with ninny IiIkIi army .and Wn'
Depurtineiit oltlclals, Is pronounced In
military men the most Impoitiint mil
Itiiry b'Klslatlon since the Civil War
Heprexentiitlvo Tllson has started on
with two propositions to he met: First
lhal the nrniy of the I'nltcd Htntcs
with the National (luard as It no,,
exists, Is entirely liiadeiiuate for nu
tloual defense In ease of war. ivhlb
the Immediate usefulness of this smal
iirmy would bo larKely deslroyed li
the lusesslty of IIIIIiik up the rank
with raw recruits or loluntccrx; sec
ond. Hint the people oi the I'nlte.
Stales do not desire and should no
be compelled to maintain a rcittiliii
stiindliiK nrniy lai'Bo enoiiKh for ado
ipiale defense lu tlniu of war.
Thinks It a Solution.
A practical solution, Mr. Tllsoi
thinks, Is offered by his hill. I'ndei
present conditions, ju estimates, 40.001
loKtilars and iio.ono Nalloiial (liiards
nun probably could be put in the Hole
within thirty days, lu case of war
I'luler his hill, Mr Tllson says, then
mold be put Into the Hold lu tho sunn
lime, triilnoil, armed and equipped
75.000 rcKiitnrx and 1110,000 mllltln.
l'iNiiuiT,:"lljh UtyN, Which
Penhurst meets in frout
and stays that way. It is
non-shrinkable, has tho
strongest of buttonholes
and amplo tic space.
15c, 2 M 25c, Cluett, I'rabodr & Co., Mileti
Hv Dur firaduatc of Hie St
lb li ua Saiiiliiiium (Kallle
frock M' I bods)
Schunnann Institute of
Nature Cure and Osteopa
thy Kill 177 II' rctnnla. Street,
(or I nlou I'lioue la.l.l
FOR VAST ARMY
I 5HH H
.ong Distance Runners Favor
Proposed 4th of July Event
Tin re Is considerable Interest over
lie runnlnK race from Moanalua to
Vulklkl. proposed as an added uttrac
ioti for tho Fourth or July, und It It
rnctlcully certain that every one of
no men who took part In the llalolwti
uiruthoii will start If the race Koes
Vesterday nftcrnoon the sUKKcstlon,
hleli cuino orlKlunlly from Charles
lillllnKWortli, as noted In yesterday's:
I il 1 1 o t I n. received the endorsement
f the Fourth of July committee, and
i was decided to offer prizes for Urn
The runners who look part In tho
ruolliiK llatelwn race are more Hum
iixlous to show .what they can do over
shorter course. Jinny of them feel
hat they can lilt u Kood clip for nine,
r ten tulles, no mutter bow hoi the
'ny Is. The Monnnlua coiiise will
leasuro about nine miles, mid If there
a Kooil-sl7.ed Held It should be ll
ace ull the way between M.inu of the
ion. At any rate, the runners will
e fairly fresh when Ihey come lhroui;li
own, mid some brushes rlKht on tho
Ity streets cull not fail to bo an Its
oldier Wants Chance.
Churles l.cuxtcr, the Second Infan
cy runner who caved In iIiiiIiik Tiles- )
ay's race, dropped Into the II u 1 1
I n olllce yesterday afleruoon In say
oat ho was slronK for the race and
hat there miKlit bo others nt Scho
1.1 Iturrncks who would enter a nbie
"I Rot cramps In my legs In the Hn
Iwa race, but lis soon ns I rosled I
us nil rlKht," said l.easter. "I. bad
over been over tho course before, und "V
Idn't know how to save myself for
'ic bis bills. If there Is n ten-iulln
ice on the Fourth I know I'll be nblo
o show Honolulu sports a better exhl.
Itlon. I've inly been Jiere u few
iinnths, and found that I wasn't used
o the climate when tho time came to
lie all I had."
Vesterday evonlliB In Charles clill
HKWortb's olllce, the prizes for thu
minora and bike men of Inst Tnes
'ay's event were Riven out. The 1)1
ioiiiI Cup Is still open to competition,
s NlKcl Jackson, who bus eleven
'Hints on It, did not lllilsh the race.
.Idle Wilson FIcRler, with elKlit points,
ho only other nian who could havo
on Hie trophy outrlKht, didn't finish
islde the time limit.
The Prize List.
FollowiiiR wns the apportionment of
Miiriilhon rnce First prize went to
olin Hun, who won the Honolulu
Irewery cup, tho ten-dollar merebaii
se order offered by Jack Scully, six
traon Hire's root beer and five dollars'
orlh of Sanitary Sleain Lmuulry
ork; seiond prize, IMdle Ilrowu, I In -aliau
enameled cuff bullous and pin,
ive-dollar pair of shoos, soveii-dollar
'annum hat und a threo-ilollar iner
luinillse order; third' prize. Mole Kn
iinii, silver watch otTcred by I. Huhen- '
loin, leather suitcase offered by Ar
hlo Hohertson und a dozen cabinet,
hotos by the City l'holo Company. J
Senior bicycle rnce First prize to
lenry K. l'lemer, Scully cup, llve
ollar pair of shoes and six months'
tibscrlptlon to n dally paper; second
rlze, T. Tlnins, Hawaiian eiiameleil
off bullous mid pin, live-dollar order
'll Hllvn's ToKiiery nml six dozen inle
d soda; third, llenjiunln Aehlu, Iln
vnlliin cout-or-nrms wntch rob. Ila
vullan ciilT buttons und plu unil live
ollars' laundry nt tho Young.
Junior bicycle nice First prize, Al
ii O'Hrlen, Henry Wnlkcr Cup, inan
olln nnd six dozen soda; second prize,
''In Fun Aehlu, Jarrett Cup, Ilawal
in enameled cult buttons und baseball
love: third prize. Tokulchl IlnJI. four
'ollnr fountain pen, nutoharp nnd llvo
lounds of cundy.
PEED OF VESSELS IN
HARBOR TO BE REGULATED
SlupR will ho taken liy tbn harbnr
omiulSHlol), iih HUKKe&Iril In tho Unl
et I li yeslorday, to ri'Kiilnto Iho
pood or vosboIk iiriiceedliiK in nnd out
f Iho harbor llarhoriuamor Fouler
im boon lUKtiiicled to tiikn up tint
nutter with Major Woolen, of tho
i my eiiKltH'or corps, and It la likely
itit within a short time ull of tho
'il'KHI- ships will bo compelled In
uvel at onclinlf or onu-tlilrd Bpooil
ntll outside thu hnrbor
Baseball fur Sunday
J. A. C. vs. ASAHIS
STARS vs. P. A. C.
Heserved scuts, for renter of cr.'linl
stand und ..! can be booked at K.
) Hall : Bonn Sporllni; IX'iiarlmelit
leiiirunco King nil ret) up to I p. m.;
after 1 p. in., at M. A. (lillist ,t Co.,
Sluts nnd Fort.
Prlcoa COc, 35c and 25o Children 10o