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CVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY,, JUNE, 22, 19'2-
Now on Sale!
How's your ihance to tret Ih
"Itnv Knnnl" Ch U... .
lhat world famous shoo1
nbout which you havo read
fa much In the magazines.
It's making just as g a hit
la this town as It has made In
the big cities. Boys are "wild"
about them say they never
saw anything like them for
baseball, running, jumping
and all outdoor sports.
"Boy Scout" Shoe
Tongtieit, lighten!, noil
..uviui. evcrraaf not
wear two tot lire
llmeeatlooff ai or
Inci.. Cooleit add
molt healthful boy's
i-Tt!! S,J ,,,,1 "Dor """'" outwear
two to threa palti cf omin.rr ihoea. Urlnor
htm with you-tel! bim Mb. Mi i
Good-Luck Charm FREE
eJLverT p,lr .?.'. Waolne " Boy Scout"
Shoes hat a "Swoitu," Oood-Luck
Charm attached. It'a m'ado ol aipeclallr
prepared metal that loo,, IlkorolcfaDd U
...... u .. vuiusr ana mtlKCS ft dinar
Dflte lor V Inner nl HlfT.. It"Vl ".',
-ft " Hhtcui iinui ui
otvun dow it you
uoq . wiai to wait no
til wo lend (or mora.
enow ineyro gowv
NEW FINISHES AND SHAPES
and regular finishes It new
New finishes and shapes in
Let us mall you a sample
Hawai'an News Co.,
Alexander Young Building
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Vp U AivCTjr
Mclnerny Shoe Store
THE REAL THING
Tho story of tho rlso of Rlchurd
Muripiard, tho big southpaw, who has
just won his tenth consecutive vic
tory of tho season for tho Now York
plants, records tho evolution of a
lemon. Two seasons ago Richard do
Marquis that's his real name was a
, lemon In all that tho word Implies.
Today ho Is a peach. He has shown
tho "know-lt-alls" that ho Is not tho
, iMoomer that they said ho was, but
I lull, on tho other hnlrtl, ho Is ono of
tho greatest southpaws of tho present
generation. Ho has shown that ho Is
oven moro than that that ho Is a'
consistent winner. I"vory manager
likes a pitcher who can ho depended
upon lo win moro than CO per cent of
his games, hut U'h only unco In a
proat whllo that ono is discovered.
"Wliiit Is inure, when n manager does
pet hold ofTn tvvlrlcr 'who gives prom
iso of n brilliant fill lire ho must bo
Impervious to criticism. McGram
found this out during tho two soa-
hoiiH when Mnrquaril was daveloplng.
Today,' well you know, he's n wonder
and nil the.otlier things that the dear
public is pleased In dall an individual
v.'hoso; Judgment Is better than Its
Luther llurbank, the Snuln Itoso
v Until, Is thought to glvo all his at-1
tcntlon to plants, thornless cactus,1
(lowers, olc. Thcro Is not hi in: that,
ttbsolutcly proves that ho is Interested
In baseball ono way or another. Kx-t-epl
that there Is n "shred of suspl ,
don" that tho man who makes black
berries while "and marguerites out of
daisies had something to do with tho
ease of Richard do Martinis. Causo
why? Blmpl from tho fact that Mc
(irnw himself Ih a practical baseball
.man and not given to making peaches
out of lemons.
tho one between the Morning Blars
and the J A. C Heine Meyer pitched
for tho Japanese, with Dutro us catch
er, while William Hal Jr. twirled for
the Stars, with George CummlngH be
hind the but. Jupunese und natives
yelled from the atitdi, hacks anil
grounds 2 to 1 bets on their respec
tlvc favorites sometimes 2 V 1 on
the Stars, und then vice versa, with
few tukers, as the game was uncer
tain before the sturt, although reul
biiseballlstx knew Unit tho old and
trjed (elders of thu Stars were no
mulch fur their opponents. Those who
sided with the Japanese did so be
cause of their eonlldcnce In Meyers to
hold down tho batters of tho opposing
team. There Was a tumultuous nolso
at tho start, when the Japuncso scored
u run In the first Inning and held the
Stars down to nothing In tho first two
Innings. The Mock of tho J. A. Cm.
went up to the highest limits, while
tho Star sympathizers wero reeling un
easy, In tho third the Stars scored n
run. but In the fourth an error by tho
third busemun of the J. A. Cs. brought
home two on bases, and then three
more runs were added beforo that In
ning ciime to a close. Tho Star back
ers then began to cheer and ndd on
hope, and for eight Innings from tho
second to the ninth nothing hut ciphers
rewarded their wildest elTorts to catch
up tho fust-winning Stars, and thus
It kept on until the end, the score be
ing 9 to 1 In favor of the Invincible
Stars when It was all over, with an
Inning to spare. W. 8. Chllltngworth
was umpire and (5. W. Maxwell scorer.
The scores of the two games wero
Knhululx 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 3 7
Camp t 0 0201010 26
Stars 0 01S2001 II
J- A. (' 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
The funs will turn ult agulu In large
iiiimbcrM neU Sunduy, as Interest In
the games has been growing steadily
since the start.
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The baselwll games pluyed at tho
Yviilluku park lust Sunday afternoon
vu-ro attended by a large number of
prople, who thronged the grandstand
mid tho benches In the open nlr on
the grounds on either side of the
grandstand. A long stretch of auto
mobiles, Braced the mauka end
The first giuno as between tho Ka
liiiluls and tho new ("innp One team
tlrrnt Interest was centered nit this
game, us It was more closely played,
tho score being 7 to 15 In finer of tho
Knhuliils with an Inning to spire.
The real game of tho afternoon, In
which tho funs took sides moro In
tensely than In tho other game, wni
Country Club gnirirs will try run
elusions with Colonel llogey tomorrow,
in the third mid final play for the
lloedcrer trophy As a mutter of fuel,
the tournament Isn't much more than
it formality, for T Cillt sits back com
fortably With a score of X up on the
colonel, ninilD In tho February play Tor
tho trophy, and It Is highly unlikely
that a -yonn will get down to theso
figures, roll's score was made when
ho was playing from scratch, nntl hi i
present handicap nf plus 5 Is Inr-e
due tti tho drubbing ho gavo boj-y
In tho first Itoederer play,
In tho April tournament for the tro
phy W Simpson wus low with nil
riiiure, but as the best sfnglo score
of any one of tho tbrcn plays for the
prlzo Is to bo counted, according to
the conditions, dill's long lead vvasun
uffected, even though ho did not com
pete In thu second tournament. I
I 'lay Is handicap match upilnst bo
gey, and with the courso In good shape
It Is expected that there will bo a
largo Held t- drive orr tomorrow, Tho
drawings will bo mnde ut 10 o'clock
The Fourth will soon be hare. Get
your Firework'i, Firecrackers and Tor
pedoes at ,
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO.
HOTEL, NEAR FORT
For a hack, ring up 2307,
Curios from all over I ho world at tho ,
Anchor Saloon. j
New silk hosiery at Whltnoy &
It goes without sayius thai every
thing la lies' at The Kncore I
Special prices on potteries and
brasses. Arts and Crafts Shop. i
Tho Underwood Typewriter Vlslhlti
nono better. Wnll, Nichols Co., I.ld.i
Tho "Nufashontd" guaranteed shoe
Inccs enn Le had at the Manufacturers
Shoo Co., 10.11 Fort itrcet.
Wanted Two more passengers ror!
around-the-lsland al $0 '.owls
Stables ant Uarugo. Tel 2141 '
If you want uood Job dour on an
auto or carriage take It In Hawaiian
farrlage Mrg Co, 427 Queen RL
llloyclo Supplies and Repairing. liny.,
al Navy nieyclcs, $t.V ICasy terms.
Dowson tiros., Smith and Hotel Sis. .
Moxlcnn hats for tho children. Just
the thing for oullngs. Hawaii ft ,
fount sens curio Co., Young build
ing. 'I ho Honoltilii'Palrymon's Asjocln
tlon Invito all Interested In puro milk
to visit their depot on Shcrlda.i
.Many requests for Hawaiian lelr
nro rnmlng tn the Promotion Commit-1
tee from lnatnlnndors or former vis
Pineapple soda end Hire's Root Ileer
excellent summer drinks aro bot
tled by the Consolidated Sodn Workn.
"'or an auln call up Joe Santos at
Young Automobile Bland, Phono 2.HI.
Seven-sealed ropo-llnrlfnrd, No. Oil.
Tho Pnlm Cnfc, Hotel street nppo
MIc the Kinplre Theatre, receives h
every steamer fresh randy from llm
famous flunther of Chicago.
Ilrlng 10 tlrecn Stamps and ono dot
lar nntl gel a cntnpleto Roy Scout suit
Tor vacation. Orccn Stamp Store,
Hcrctnnln and Kort streets.
Fireworks for tho Fourth, nreotnt.k
crs for tho Kourl h and everything to
make tho Knurl h glorious at A. II. Ar
lclgh & Co., Ltd., Hotel near Tort.
Dulscnberg Hros. report tho salo of.
three lots on Oullck avenue tn Joaoi
Rotclho by Andreas On nip for. Renl
estate IMalrly active nil over tho city, j
Cln Fan, a Chlnnmnu accused of!
criminal assault on a llttlo girl, will;
bo taken beforo a Jury In Judgo Rob
Inson's court Monday morning for
Tho latest product of the Kodnk
Factory, Tho Vest Pocket Kodak, Is'
being shown in tho window of tho Ho-,
nolultt Photo Supply Co., Port Bticot'
near Hotel. ,
Pat) ka Hann will prevent loss of
work by keeping jour houso so free
from dirt there will bo no necessity
for public holidays. Your grocer will
Tho Oahu College catalogue for
1912-13 has just been Issued, carrying
much of Interest. Fifty-four tinniest
nro now on tho faculty list, and the
tfttnl nnrnllmanK lo 'Km I
The preliminary hearing of Norman
II. Smith and I.lly Hookano. accused
or violating tho Edmunds Act, has
Leon Bet for July G. They ore hold In
default of $1000 ball each.
Miss Power received by tho Hono
lulan on Wednesday a fow trimmed i
hats of unusual beauty. These hn'al
aro on display at her Millinery Par-,
iors on the second Iloor of tho Rostun'
Illock, Fott street.
J. F. Fisher, alias Thompson, the
man uccuscd of complicity In nn
opium smuggling plot with Norman
11., Smith, was given it preliminary
hearing yesterday afternoon beforo V.
8. Commissioner C. K. Davis and Is
held now for trial before tho Federal
grand Jur. In default of $11)00 ball
ho Is remanded to Jail. j
First Malo A. J. Morrison, of the
ship William P. Fryc, after his hear-1
ing before tho U. S. Commissioner,
wns released yesterday on his own
rccognlnnzco until October 7, when
his auto will bo considered by tho
Federal Grund Jury. -Tho formal
churge, made by Frank Rhikc, able'
seaman, is assault and battery. I
Aulo trips nround tho Island will be
mndo every Wednesday and Frldny by'
tho City Aulo Stand cars; autoes leave I
Biauu ai ''- a. in, aim rpiiirn auoui u
p. in. Three cars will bo placet) on
run If required. Kates $1.50 a passen
ger. Thoso desiring to make trip aro
requested to como nnd bonk. City
Aulo Stnnd. Phono .IliGt or 1179.
Tl-o hearing of the 2"00 damago
euit brought by I.lliernlo Gomez
against William L. Whitney ct nl., has
been continued by Circuit Judgo Coop
er to next Monday morning, at X:.10
o'clock. The continuance was taken
at noon yesterday, after tho completer
testimony of tho plaintiff nnd nf Jnso
Roycs had been taken. Royos Is an
other plaleitlff who has brought a sim
ilar stilt against Judgo Whitney nnd
lorn I ofllclaltf, anil his suit is schedul
ed lo follow tho present ono.
Shoe Polish st
MANUFACTURERS' 8HOE CO.
I WARM WEATHER
J. E. R0CHA
Elite Building Hotel Street
8i:.S'ATOIl W. T ROI1INSON of
Maul, was tin arrival this morning on
tho Mattnn Ken.
I1KPUTV SIIi:itlFF UOIIMUT W.
DAVIS of Kiiolatipokn, ciimo up town,
this morning on business,
(JAPT. J. It. PAIIKKK Is reported
tn Coast papers lo havo pin chased
"Tho Willows," a country cstuto In'
tho Santa Cruz mountains.
C F. Milium.! u representative ofg
ino iiuiioiiii, vmiii lias ijccn mi tun
Dig Islutid for some time, rcturiieil on
tbr Milium ICc.i this morning
WAI.TKU N. CDWAIIDS of Lontlon,
a recent visitor bore, has written ap
preciatively of his stay to the .Promo
tion Committee. -He and his brother
WASHINGTON. IJ, C. Juno 5 Itp
resontutlve Kabn Introduced it bill lit
tho House today iiiithorling the Sec
retary of War to (Innate- a condemned
brass cannon to set set up In front if
the I'lonier Cabin in Golden Gate Park
Kiihli said there would be no trouble
In securing the piece, which has been
requested by San Francisco women.
HEN you're not "doing much of any
thing" just loafing and enjoying yourself, you often are
where you want to look well dressed.
Hart Schaffner & Marx
clothes make a well-tlrvssJd man wlierxvcr the
man is, whoever lie is; ymiuj. man Or old; any
si.e o'r shape or figure.
We fit anybody,, any mind, any pocket
book -in tli is j.tore with' tliese clothes. You
(! ' I
ouidit -jo wear them' because they're the best
Suits, $20. oo and up.
Overcoats, 20.00 and up.
Corjdfht I lirt, SchafTncr it Xlux
Suva s 1 o
W s Bldg
'The Store for Good Clothes"
F 9 J
tL ' t e i jf il
Is today iiinnldend the innvt
valtiuble trade-in. 11k In all the
world unless It hud been used
upon thoroughly di- pendu 1. 1 o
shoes, which vvtrn distributed In
n conscientious in.iiiuer, It would
be valueless It takes merit to
ret-ill the top, nnd stay thcro
. m t
Pantheon Elk. Hotel nr. Fort St
llrlL-lil ,ii-iiir- ,111111 fnf ailll,... t i.rt, At
'"- f H ' --- "' --- ..
dress, staling hko, referein.es, etc., 1 1
In own hahdwrltliig, to "1. 51," llulle- ll
tin oillce 5270-lt I
I'o-ltlun by Jiip.iue.-c (huurfeur Itif
tieiiies Nngul, Tel 2t71
Two llrst-elusH pipe fillers Apply
Honolulu C.ih Cimipauy. C270-1W
lux. teirler. male; white with brown
spots I, licnsc MO. Ansuirs niiliie
lilll Itiward A c MiinlKoiuery,
I'liellle Club. f270-Ivv
t-UMNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
Cool, iiioMiiilto-pruitt; tin mouth and
up Ifijeu's Court, Ad.uuS ,)..iue
For June Wedding
JEWELERS IIS HOTEL ST.
x TO LET.
and you will realize that it is superior
to butter or lard for all cooking.
Your grocer has it.
New- (oltages, I'ort Street Kxtenslon
Hints. II r. unit tIK Annlv Tim Ki-i- '.
King and Al.ikea Sts J.'TO-lnij
l-'iirnlsiicd mollis, tjj.riti inoiitli Ter-
rltory House, ntii South King
Cnrrlugrs, wiikous, uutcn, sinus. Our I
hcud painter for 13 ears In O.ihu Ity '
i-nrsliois Cltv Auto I'ilutlug Co,
ljuccii, npp Cltv Mill lumbi-r yard.'
CONTRACTOR AND OUILDER.
Iliilldlug, stone and cement work, paint
ing pipi r hanging, plans drawn K
Dlioiiioto Hen Inula mid Matlliakeii
HORSE BOAT D1X IS
COMING NEXT MONTH
Captain (lame, uuslstnnt In tho dilif
ilttarlcruinster, mid in churgo of tho
Depot CJnarterinastor's olllt-e, received
wer.rt todnv that the horso transport
illlx would leave Seattlo early In Julyi
lor tho 1,'lilllpplnes, carrying romoitnia
or the colonial ttivnlry regiments.
The I.'lx will also bring horses for tho
Fifth, rtatloned hero. '
Tho trnnsport Sherman, which Is duo
l.cro from the Far Kast the llrst week
el next month, has on hoard tho 6th
und Uth ruplinonts of Infantry. Tlioi
termor will bo stationed al tho I'rosl-;
i'Io, Han Finuclsco, and tho latter n'
Cuts Sualliug, Minn., anil Thomas,1
Dove Hunting Season Opens
YOU CAN GET
Guns and Ammunition
AT THC niOHT PRICCD HCRC
New Stock of
GERMAN TEA POTS
10, 15 and 25 cents
City Hardware Co.,
CORNER KING AND NUUANU STREETS
You must get the II it 1 1 e 1 1 u
get the News.
, ! Jack the Hipper (,lalmed Ids 20th
" , vktlni lit Atliiutii I.IKu the other 19
In be has sliilu In the lust nine months,
she vvus a comely ellow girl
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Weekl ttuiletin 1 Par Var