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Southern Pacific a time when the world puts on its good clothes and goes to church and other places. You'll need some nice Jewelry to go with that new dress. The best and cheapest goods in the Jewelry lino aro thoso sold by 1018 Nuuanu, near King. CHOICE EGGS FOR HATCHING from PRIZE WINNER 8T0CK. "Crystal" White Orpingtons, S. Gray Dorkings, Black Minorcas, Whlto Leg horns "Nonpareils." Brown Leghorns and Buff Wyandottea. Orders filled In rotation and careful ly packed. WALTER C. WEEDON, P. O. Box C58, Honolulu. CHEER UP. . i Oh, yes, dear Mourning Goorgy, we too believe J. G. W. is O. K. Don't put on morning; he'll, more than likely, fall on his feet; and, maybe like to the "Old Squire," dio in his boots. EDITOR TIMKS. MATT NGS 68 SPORTS, km.hI iiH'tlti n( Ihr raH'i Ham-lull laiH was held nu4r Hfirrnoon on the Yimtlg ftSiel ram Harden, for the wrMW of Wtlnit oa letter which wm rewired eariy in tkc ihn from the captala of the Adtertlsw im. Mating that hit team wished tw withdraw from tht league. The kirk that the Adrertiter m in have la that the carriers art warred, ami It they are not allowed to play they will not play In the Jeanne. f he matter waa partly settled by the president appointing a committee ot one memner From each team In the lengne, which vet 11 meet todfly and tnlK the matter over with the Advertiser team. The chaneee are that every thing will be aettled to every one g sat isfaction before the day is over. Bd. Towae sent In his resignation as secretary of the league, hie reaaon be ing that he did not have the time to attend to the duties. Percy h. Peters was unanimously elected In his place. H. W. Ureckons was elected official scorer of the league. The opening gHine of the season will be nlaved at the league grounds on Sunday afternoon, May 10, commenc ing at 2:30.1 The Hawaiian band will be on hand to render music, and two Interesting games will bo the order ot events. O In a closely contested baseball game, which was brilliant with good plays, the St. Louis College team defeated tlir team from I'unahou yostorday af ternoon on the Punahou grounds oy the score of C-5. The St. Louis team would have had a team In the inter-scholastic league, but they knew nothing of such a league until it was all formed. JSspinda, who was in tho box for the Saints, pitched a first class gamo all the way through. Davis, who did the same work for the Puns, was"also In good condition, and, taking the game all in all, it was first class baseball. The teams l.ned up as follows: S. L. C. I'unahou. J. Clement c C. Lyman Espinda p Davis dreier lb Ll'dgate Ayau ss..J. Desha (Capt.) English (Capt.)... 2b Lowrey Honan 3b W. Desha Leandro, L Akana.rf Aklna Townsend ,..cf Arcla Hoopai If Chi Bui There is a chance that the Vandcr bilt cup race will bo pulled off at Sa vannah and will be brought to a suc cessful climax. The city of Savanah and tho ollicials of the various trade organizations of that city are deter mined to make the event a success, and have accordingly called into consulta tation the best promoters of like events in tho country. The course of. seven teen and one-tenth miles is a road com- posel of Georgia gravel, and even in tho face of possible rain will make an ideal course. Late inspections of tho course In both wet and dry weather have proved that the contest may be held on the day set in spite of all weather con ditions. With a view to increasing tne inter est in the Briarcliff race and adding to the enthusiasm of tho contest, the Con tinental Flro Company has made a liberal offer of $1000 in prizes in con nection with the event. o Tho automobile as an aid in evangel istic preaching is the latest use report ed for the motor car. Basing his ac tion upon the scriptural quotation "Tho King's business requlreth haste" Uev. C. W. Pelton of Conneaut, Ohio, has purchased a Franklin touring car, to be used iu traveling about conducting evangelistic meetings. Exchange. Pelton is not tho pioneer in gospellng by automobile. McComb, who figured as a convert in Honolulu some years ago, weut to tho Pacific coast and made a great splash as an evangelist In an automobile in various cities. o Norman dc Vaux and Frank Bryant, in a two-cylinder Auburn touring car, yesterday established a new record be tween Oakland and Fresno. The trip from the Western Union office in West Oakland to the raisin city was made in seven hours and sixteen minutes. The former record, it Is stated, was nine hours and thirty minutes. Mr. De Vaux said that ho left Oakland in the Auburn at C:28 o'clock and reached Fresno at 12:44 p. m. The distance is about 200 miles. The following message from luo White Company in Now York has been received by C. A. Eastman, the local manager: "White 30 won free for all on Fort George Hill In 0.32 1-5, fastest time of the meet by four seconds, de feating Apperson, Matheson, Flat, Re nault, Stovens Big Six and CTaers." Tho members ot the New York Ath letic Club who own automobiles have formed an automobile section. This section, which practically takes rank as an autoombllo club of the first mag THE LITEST ABOUT AUTOMOBILES . . isaag;:: ::::: -J (In rtattnitav. Mat ; lit loral I'm lugmw will alw' a iimierl and dam at Irfteltana hall for the heneflt of the Hawaii. from all Indications the af fair prowl lie a great sw-ress V PtmaaMea Jr and A. D. Castro have the tam In Hand, and promt to anr prtM the iptMrta with amne features which have never before been Intro- rtttced at any danre In the Territory. A meeting for the ptirioee of organ IslHg an OHtrlggfr club will be held on Crlday mIUm-immmi In the Promotion outrigger club has come from Alexan der Hume Kuril, who line become an euthtislMtlc surfer, and who Is very mi lima to have club here which will euMftl eoiiie of the other club In the South Seas. .Shamrock and ISxchnnge Five will ace throe-eighths of a tulle on Satur day afternoon at Knplolaul Park. Harry Lewis avIII havo the mount on Shamrock, while Oploplo will ride Kx l'ive. On Saturday nftoruoon the local cricketers lo play with tho team aboard the Aorangi will muster at the Mnklkl grounds, and go through some hard work for tho game, which will be play cd against an unknown quantity. Robert Anderson, who will captain the local team, remarked yesterday that ho thought tho crack English team had left for homo direct, hut that the team on the Aorangi was probably composed of sonio good players who wanted a gamo real badly. Roberts, Mitsuka and their mana gors will meet today at the Orpheum to talk over their proposed match which will be hold on May 2, if the arrangements aro satisfactory. The hardware and other gear neces sary for the Hawaii are expected on the S. S. Mexican which is due cither today or tomorrow. Just as soon as the gear arrives the topmasts will bo sent up and the yacht mado ready for her trial trip, which will be held some lay next week. The yacht will probably start for San Ped ro some timo the first week of May. Tho man that will represent the local press on tue yacht has not been decid ed on as yet by the committee, but probably will be some day this week. nitude, was started with nearly 400 members all of whom own machines. The now organization will concern it self largely with touring and possibly to some exteut with, racing In or near New York. Tho owners of the French car, Moto bloc, entered in the New York-to-Parls race, have ordered Godard, the driver of tho auto, to abandon the race and dispose of the car here . Godard's car arrived here after the Thomns car, having been shipped by rail from Ogden. The Frenchman claimed that ho nad not been disquali fied and announced that he would be the first chautfeur to arrive in the French capital. Jules Clcrfayt, who has been caring for the Frailch drivers here, is in re ceipt of a telegram from the command ant at Fort Llscum, Alaska. The com mander says that the Keystone can yon Is not open and it will be im possible for any automobile to go through there. Tho Thomas car, which Is the leader In the race, has started for Fort Lls cum, but if tho information received by Clerfnyt is correct tho Americans will also have to abandon the race. S. F. paper. (The sale of the French car has al ready been reported in Tho Star.) In accordance with Its long estab lished custom of making early deliver ies of ItB product, the Packard Motor Car Company, of Detroit, is busy to the full capacity of its Immense plant, getting out the last 400 cars of Its season's output. Already 1000 190S Packard "Thirties" have been delivered to purchasers, and the 2000 men at work in the different departments of the factory, which covers a floor space of eleven acres, are now turning out cars at a rate which will probably com plete the annual programme of pro duction on schedule timo. CHRONIC DIARRHOEA CURED. Some physicians claim that chronic diarrhoea cannot be cured. Don't you believe it. Thero aro Incurabio cases, but none so bad that they cannot bo helped by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and even tem porary reuer means much to ono so sorely afflicted. For sale by all dealers Benson, Smith & Co., agentB for Ha wain, Fine Job Frlntmn, Star Office. IN PEACE TIME E ('resident l.mM'll. addressing I he North Carolina Peace Model? on April 1. gave his approval of the movement as follows: "With this purpoM In view, I am now iisgottattHg arbitration treaties with the arlos nation of the world; uml the Senate Is ratifying them. 1 most earnestly hope that at the name time, as an even more ImiKirtatil step toward pence, the present Congress will provide for four lmttleslilw and n sufficient number of colliers, and for tho thorough fortification of flu wall nnd Gitatnnamo. "1 doslre to thank you for this op portunity to KiipiKirt a genuine poaco society In Its efforts for International arbitration; for peace societies meroly jooimrdlzo the national welfare, and aro profoundly hostile to Amorlcan national welfare, and are profoundly hostile to American national life, if they obstruct the government In pro vidlng ample military and naval power to moot conditions In the actual world of today. "I am glad to' learn that tho North- Carolina Ponce Society has declared Itself in favor of adequate arma ment ns well as effective arbitration There is no inconsistency in advocat ing both of these things at the present time; on the contrary, those who havo the public welfare at heart fall In the performance of a part of their duty they neglect to labor for both. Effect' ual arbitration should be desired by every fnrslghted citizen; while under present conditions, not to provide ade quate armament would be Inexcusable on the part of thoso charged with tho responsibility of preserving the rights of our people. The North Carolina Peace Society Is to be congratulated on Its position, and should be support' ed by all good citizens In this effort for the general welfare, and great credit is due to the state of North Ca' rolina for this action. The entire na tion and tho cause of peace and justice throughout the world benefit by this now departure in promoting the gen eral peace movement. The approaching Congress will cer tainly concentrate tho thought of our people upon the fact that adequate ar mament necessitates an unquestion ably superior naval power in tho wa ters adjacent to our possessions, and that effective arbitration necessitates agreements between all the powers to respect each other's territory and sov ereignty In said territory and to arbi trate all other questions. Tho accept ance of these facts as axiomatic must speed the day when our own country will be so armed as .o minimize th chance of the wars that are invited by national weakness, while the estab Hshment of an effective system of In tornatlonal arbitration will greatly diminish the chances of conflict among nations of approximately equal strength. The growth of tho accept ance of tho principle of international arbitration is necessarily slow. We should do all we can to hasten it; but as the world is at present it is well to remember that the acceptance of this principle in any measure whatever de pends exclusively upon the effective support it receives from the half dozen powers ot great warlike strength. As things actually aro at the present day, we are helpless to further the cause of peace and of effective international arbitration unless to just and peace- able Intentions wo add a stout heart and a strong arm, and this means mili tary and naval preparedness to a far greater degree than is at present tho case." THE MARIPOSA STICKS. SAN FRANCISCO, April 14. For three days tho Oceanic steamer Mari posa has lain on tho marlno railway ways of the United Engineering Works, on Oakland creek, and the power of two tugboats and three live inch wire cables have been unable to budge her. Saturday morning the Ma riposa was started up on the ways, for the purpose of having a blade of her propeller repaired. The giant chain that operates the ways became frfuled, two or three links broke, and the Mariposa stuck fast when the hull was only part way out of the water, tho after part and the propeller remaining in deep water. Repeated attempts have been made to haul the steamer either up on the ways, or back Into tho water, and up to last evening every effort had tailed. It was fully expected that tho vessel would be set free at high tide Sunday night, when the Spreckels tugs De fiance and Alert made fast with stout lines. Three five-inch hawsers were also mado fast, and attached to a "dead man," or burled timber, on tho opposite side of the creek. The terri fic strain exerted broke these cables, but the Mariposa was apparently not moved an inch. The liner was scheduled to sail this morning for Tahiti, but may not get away on time. It was said yesterday that It might be necessary to tear away tho under part of the marine ways in order to release the steamer. A CHARMING MEDICINE. It charms away your pain. No mat ter what alls you; a headache, a toothache, a sprain, a stomach ache, neuralgia, rheumatism, and all pain, Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills will charm It away in a few minutes. Never sold In bulk. First package benefits, or money bock. PREPAR 1 If All 111 A II X M npr mnnlfi i inn niiii i ru"" wum, H sBfy ttV W tm HI B mm n n,0(iern The News Sll BM0M m Wef PONAHOU DISTRICT f ML JbLJL Wt Electric Lights-Artesian Water. or mm You Want Your fids Read - g ALL KINDS XT f jp Cash Register If wwr tr jBfc. r -n m Bn tun is m w . wwuuw au at jlvw ' ' mi I I Mimeograph and r Honolulu city in the the Evening Paper gets the news first. The clock here is over two hours behind the clock at San Francisco, Chicago, five hours behind New York and behind the an capitals. Star is going to press 1 he Day Is Closed cago, New almost over in San Francisco. The news of the day is here for The Star. Under modern ' conditions it takes practically no time to pre pare and transmit news and THE STAR gets every evening the cable dispatches giving I The lews 0 ' For The Day e Here are sonic of the features that go to make the evening' paper the predominating factor in an advertising campaign: It is delivered at the home each night when the whole family has plenty of time to read it. It is carried home by the business man when his day's work is done and it stays there. A morning paper is usually carried down town by the head of the family and hurriedly read. The evening paper is not read hurriedly, but thoroughly, so tjiat all the advertisements receive their share of attention. It presents the store news a little ahead, giving the prospective purchaser time to plan a shopping tour for the next morning. The evening paper presents the news the day it happens. The morning paper the day after. The evening paper presents the news first. The morning paper merely elaborates it. The evening paper prints daylight iiqws, The morning paper takes what is left, more than any other World, is a place where four hours .behind ten to eleven hours clocks in the Europe This means that when The in Washington, Chi York and Europe and Just Ended- The work Typewriter jgv Globe Wernicke Hawaiia Die Specialty COMPANY Ml Fort street Te' Main Ul MERCHANT TAILOR. Hotei ot. near nuuanu. Fashionable Suits at Reasonable Rates a Specialty, r Rates very reasonable. Give us a call. lTTTTXgTXTXTXTXXIXXIXXIXrH ALWAYS AHEAD H THE ROUGH RIDER CIGAR Fitzpatrick Bros, and Myrtle Cigar Store. XXXTTTTXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXTB Union Pacific jRailroad SUGGESTS teed etxicl Comfort Three trains dally, through cars, first and second class to all points. Reduced rates take effect sooa. Writs now. S. V. Booth GENERAL AGENT. NO. Montgomery Street, SAN FRANCISCO. C, BREWER & CO, LTD. QUEEN 8TREET, HONOLULU, T. H. AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Ono mea Sugar Company, Honomu Bu'zar Company, Walluku Sugar Company, Ookala Sugar Plantation Company, Pepeekeo Sugar Co., Kapapala Ranch Charles M. Cooke President Geo. H. Robertson. V-Pres. & Mgr. B. Faxon Bishop.... Tres. & Secy. F. W. Macfarlane Auditor P. 0. Jones Director 0. H. Cooke Director J. R. Gait Dlretcor All ot the above named constitute tho Board of Director. Fine Job Prrntrng, Btar Office.