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EVEN'JN'O BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, MARCH 24, 1909.
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Tho Secret Methods by vhich Dr, X. La Motto Sago,
tlio Greatest Hypnotic Scientist of tho Age,
Created a Tremendous Sonsatioii.
He Firmly Believes Hypnotism a Public Benefit Has
Donated $10,000 Toward the FREE Distribution of a
.Handsomely Illustrated Book Containing His Views
and Suggestions on How to Acquire This
Mysterious Power alid Use It in Business,
in Society and in the Home.
While the Special Edition Lasts a Copy of This'-Remarkable Book
Will Be ScnfT'rcc to Aiiy Interested Persons.
Dr. X. Ii Motto Gage made a fori una
3Ut of hypnotism, lio probabl) known
moro about the subjtct nuu any Iiiii
man. inn methods aro radically d.f
fercnt from any over beioro presented.
lly his now system ho hypnotics ieo
pie lii9lanlfi!Kouly. Ho tuils you how
o exert trauendoui t.lU-r.1 influciii i
without making a isosturu ur saying a
itngle word, He r.iv tho o,l nil
practical mothodo fir the develop) '.it
il tho power of P'-nonal magnet! n
that liavo over been puUlihcd. I;.ir
Ins all tho time Ur. Eaio was before
the public he trnde It hlu bujlncio to
aote cnrefully,tha effect of hypnotism
upsn tho human mind. Ho became
Jouvlncud thut ilits nlnh'y tuystcr'uis
power could be utlllzcil to the n.! J .
tape of ambitions i.kii anil women t I o
wlillcd to bitter tholr condit'nn fn II: .
To demonstrate t'sp cor. cc.ncs of fc s
Idtsaa whci'liq let-h'Sil .'ran publ r II r
no founded n oqll -jc vhc-o lopnot'sw,
personal magnetism, magnetic healing,
sto.. mlshl bo toti-hl nlons tlio definite
llnca he had laid down. The refill Is
that tho collego hai r'owit to bo tho
largest of Its hind !n tl. world. Thou
lands of successful students In ell
parti of tho globe are llvlug wltncir.es
to tbo .wonderful power and the prtnt
firactlcal benefits to be derived from
)r Sage's method The doclcr has
recently written n booh enlltlid "Tho
I'Jilfosophy of l'rnar.Kl lulluenre," la
which he tel In pli'n. clmple Ion
fuaje Just how to acquire hpnotlc
power and tho varloui uen to which
t' may bo put. Among tho many In--frosting
tilings upon wb'eli the honk
rents are: How to deo!up mapr.itic
nowcr and Influence people without
.heir knowlodgo; how to euro l,sd
anblM and obstinate chronic diseases,
when mcdkiiie and everything else In
:hls line fallH; how to Implant a com
mand In a subject's mind that lio will
:arry out In every detail a month or a
rear henro. whether the hypnotist H
present or not: how to hvpnollze pro
pie nt n distance Its value In bust-
lesH: innrvitnua (.cleminc tests; how
to present peoylo from InilucnclnB
ou; hypnotic power more fascinating
tr-u'i biaui; the iue of hyimollsm
In tho il.-vilopuieut of uui.iul facul
tle, controlllnj; children, remblns
domestic troubles, etc.
Tho colleco which Dr. face has
founded proposes to glvo nwny J10.000
v.ortli of the above boo'..s abAolutelv
f.ve so Ions us tha apeclal edition lasts.
Any jieraou who Is1 In artiest can KCt
a copy nurely by v.riilni; lor It. Tho
book Id hando:ncl liluntratcd by tho
finest half-tone cmtinngs. It tells
you how tho marvelous power of hyp
notism lias, been ui.il to cast a secret
mii'lc spell our people without their
i-iiowlcdgu and how they hsvo been
lor oion.1.3 and In tome csies even
) in obojlnir tl.o roisl will of an-otl.ji-.
It kUcs you the secret of tho
development of what Senator Chaun
'e M. Depow calla the inoncy-mahlns
rnlrrobe. Don't thlnl. berauso you lack
a lit i education n-d are working for
a small salary that jou cannot better
your rondltlon; do net think that be
cause you aro now successful In llfo
t'aat you cannot he m"ro successful.
Dr. Sage's book hai been roHd and
his 'jie.bodi aro to-.!ay bclnj? used by
mar.y of tho richest men In tho world.
They I, low the alue of pcrsonnl Influ
ence, of hypnojlc power. If ou aro
liternstnl wrifa toda to the Now
Yo ' liHtltu'i'cf SJcneo, Dcpt. 2d H
ltcwfcp.ter. K.V., U. S. A., and a copy of Dr.
Sage'a boo w!H bo sent om by return
mall nbaolutoly free. This Is a rare
opportunity to learn the uo and pos
sibilities of tho most wonderful, mar
velous and rn"sterIouD power known to
man. The br:ol: Is enthusiastically en
dorsed by tho rauit prominent busi
ness men, ministers of tho cospel,
lawyers and doctors It should ho In
oery homo; It should bo read by
every man and woman 'n this country
who wants to better hi-, condition In
llf", who wnnts to rchlete Rreater
nuuurmi Burresi. w ii rrtenui, rratlfy
Ms ambitions and pet out of life tho
pleasure and hnpp!iiei which tho Cro
utor Intended ho thould enjoy.
A keen pleasure
and n Ktcat com
A wonderful convinice for the mother Tith a nursing
child. Warm milk at all hours of day or nifiht.
It differs from other tottlcs in that it has a PATENT
SPRING CORK which, stays in place and absolutely guards
against spilling of con'ents, no matter in what position the
bottle is carried. t
It has a drinking cup with a smooth, polished surface
both inside and outsids; has no unsanitary screw threads,
and cantbe kept scrupulously clean, and the drinking cup
serves also as a cap for the bottle.
'We have the bottles in the quart and pint sizes and
the cases 'for one or two bottles.
The EVER-READY CARRYIHd CASE is Strong and
Before buying an 7 kind of a bottle be sure and exam
ine the EVER READY.
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Residents of Hawaii
PURPOSING to visit SEATTLE during the time of the
EXPOSITION JUNE 1st TO OCTOBER 15th, will find
it to their advantage to call at the rooms of the Hawaii
Promotion Committee and register in order that assistance
may, be rendered them in securing desirable hotel accommodation.
Complete information as to Hotel Rates, Steamship and
Railway Fares on file.
Maul and Hnwall have started
things S'Ihb for the new baseball
beason The following Is from the
Maul News: .
Tho'Maul Athletic Association was
reorganised Wcihicsdny evening nnd
new ofllcers elected for tlio year.
The meeting was held In the court
houne uni wus well ntlendcd.
' President J. I.. Coko called the
lucctlng to older nnd In tho absence
or Secrctury Hal. Mr. (1. II. Schradcr
was ihonen ns temporary secietury.
The tnltitttcs'of the pievloua meet
ing were rend and approved.
J. (Innla moved (hat nil persons
present be permitted to tnke part In
the meeting, mid that they ho recog
nized ns members on their paying
their Initiation fee. This was enr
L. M. Ilaldwln was nominated for
President but declined. The follow
Ing declined the nomination for tho
office of president: J. 1.. Coke, D. L.
Me)er, James Kllkland, and Dr. J.
M. It. I'erelrn was elected presi
dent. H. M. Coke nnd S. Mouutcastlo
declined the office of vlco president
and (Jeorge N. Weight was elected
to tho ortlce.
O. It. Schrnder, J. Garcia, ndn W.
F. Kaae dcllncd the office of treas
Hi er nnd A. Garcia wns elected,
James Klrkland, W. K. Hal, h. M.
Ilaldwln, J. (litrclu, W. S, Mountcas
tle, nnd J. J. W'nUti were nominated
for the oHk'o of directors. Mount
custle und Walsh withdrew nnd tho
others v:eio elected.
Tho sect clary was Instructed to
wrlt to the different teams nnd en
Millie us to wk.elhcr they wished to
come fiit.i tho league.
The Hoard of Dlicctors was In
structed to form a bchedule of games
for tho Be.unti' nnd tho matter of se
lecting mi uinplio wns left to them.
On t" a Hal; I 111 grounds on Satur
day two teams comprised of u nilx
tuie of locals nnd players from tho
ship Dolbaduln Castle, had a friendly
game of cricket. The play was good
by both teams, and l'odtnoro nnd
Mnxwull proved to be tho star bats
of the Honolulu team, Tho match
wus only a practise game, but more
interest wns aroused by tending the
men in ns if It wero tho real thing.
J riddes and Decrr bowled very well
for one team, and, although no rcc
oi d was kept, Flddes Is said to have
cuptitud live wickets for nlno tuns,
which is remarkable bowling', If col
lect Tho gainu was enjoyed by all,
and should emiblo some of tho bats
men to get into pretty good form.
A married vetsus single gnme Is spo
ken of ns likely to bo pluyed off
conn This should be a great match
i.llhough Hob Audeison will he. a
haul nut for the slnnlo men to
cr.ic!;. Still, Robert cannot defend
bull wickets nt the one time, und it
will bo possible to get all tho rest of
tho team out with n little patience
and hind woilt.
Tho worst of it Is that Anderson
will probably. In tho. meantime, inve
piled up n bundled or ho nnd that, to
gether with tho rest of tho iiins
made by tho balance of tho plnycis,
will mako a total hard to beat.
Tho nftcrnoon tea at the Outrig
ger Club was u gieat success and a
large number of ladles attended tho
function. During tho afternoon
many of tho members nnd their
friends took n dip in tho brlnoy and
quite a number of chlldien sported
themselves on the surfboards.
It was it most pleasant day nnd the
water was Just, right for bathing.
Tliero cnu bo no doubt of the success
of tho Women's Auxiliary, nnd tho
mcmbcishlp Should Incicaso by
Mrs, F. M. Swanzy, the piesldent
of the Club, Is cry energetic about
the Women's Auxiliary, and to her
efforts may he credited the huge suc
cess of Saturday's outing. In future
chnpoioues will be out every after
noon between thy, hours of 2 and 4,
and young girls who wish to have a
dip will bo caiefully looked after.
On Suiulujs tho liotiko will be open
to all who rare to use It, hut no chap
el one will bu present.
Gun Club Shoot
The Hawaiian dim Club held its
bemt-annunl shoot on Sundny nt the
Kakaako traps. Tho championship of
tho club wus won by thnt consistently
good trnivshooter, I). 1.. Austin, lly
winning this (lino Austin becomes the
owner of the rup, which ho had twice
before captured. J, W. Harvey, as
usual, shot well and ran Austin close.
In the first shoot the two men made
lKisslbles and then agreed to shoot oft
"in lug and out," nnd Harvey missed
tho third bird.
The day was very suitable for shoot
ing, thcro being no wind and tho light
The following Is the offlclnl list of
scores. First numbers represent tho
number of birds broken, and second
numbers the number of shots fired:
First cent, 20 birds, scratch,
known angles "Championship of
Club." Prize: Club's cup to be won
three times. Won once by J, W. Har
vcy and twice by D, L. AusUn. He
suits: 7 entries. Won by D. It, Aus
tin. 20-20 final. (Austin and J. W.
Harvey tied with 20 each, shoot-off,
miss and out, Austin won, Harvey
missing third bird.)
Second event, 10 birds, scratch, un
known angles I'rlzo: K. O. iTnll &
Son cup, to b won threo times. Won
once by D. U Austin and once by J.
W. Harvey. Itcsults: 11 entries.
Won by D. L. Austin, 10-10, for sec
ond time; K. 1). Porter, second, 9
10; K. I. Spalding, third, 8-12.
Third ocnt, 10 birds, scratch, un
known angles from 2, .1 nnd 4 traps.
Prize: "Chrysanthemum cup," pro
sen ted by II. K. Walker, to be won
twice. Won once by V. L. Austin
and I. Spalding. Itcsults: 14 en
tries. H. M. Whitney, first, 10-10.
Fourth event, 20 birds, handicap,
known angles, Four prjzcs. Freo
for all Hesults: 20 entries. First,
II. B. Wnlkcf, 22-24; second, H. M.
Whitney and K. F. Patten tied with
10-22 and'' 10-30 respectively. Shoot
off, Patten, 12-15- to Whitney's 10
11, glvliifS'K. F. Patten second place
and II. MP Whitney third' place. For
fourth pinto L. C, King, H. S. Gray,
J. W. HarVc II. D. Howen, and It.
II. llooth tie with 17 apiece. II. D.
Howen won shoot-off and fourth
plnco with 11-14.
Fifth event, 2t) birds, handicap,
known 'angles, "Freo for nil" Four
prizes. ' ltebulta: 15 entries. Four
ties for first place. D. L. Austin 17
20; W. R. WaJI, 17-22; J. Tavas 17
25; and II, E. Walker, 17-20. Shoot
-off Austin, 8-10; Wall, 8-11; and
Tavas, -8-13; shoot-off again, Austin
10-10; Wall, 0-11; Tavas, 0-13; and
II. K. Walker, fourth place," 7-10.
Sixth event, 20 birds, handicap;
known angles; "Free for all." Mer
chandise 'und class shoes. Six prizes.
Results: ll entries. Three ties for
(list place. W. E. Wall, 19-22; K.
II, Porter, 10-20; D. L. Austin, 1!)
20, Shoot-off, W. 13. Wall takes
flikt place, 8-11; second, I. Spalding,
18-20; third, H. E. Walker, 17-20;
In a letter to W. W. Nnughton of
tho Examiner, a correspondent sug
gests that the reason Jim Jeffries hns
not announced his Intention of light
ing Johnson Is that Jeff finds he can
not get Into first-class condition. In
such a case would It he Wise of Jef
fries to announce the fact 7s! Ills the
atrical business would at onco fall
away, If It were known that ho could
never fight again with a cha'neo of
N'aughton admits that thcro may
be something In this, but says Hint
matters aro In an unsatisfactory con
dition so far as the public goes. The
sporting clement In the community
nio simply crazy over the subject of
a JcflrJes-Johnson fight, and some
thing definite should be said one way
or the other.
Well, Jeffries cannot be blamed
for making all the easy money In
sight, nnd on one need worry about
tho great fight coming off; It sure
will, nnd "Daddy" Johnson will nl
mdst wish ho had gone to Galveston
and taken his coat of tar and feath
ers, for tficn J?!l would havo prob
ably declined to meet a Tooster.
CharlfS ilellly gave "Dearie" a
bad reputation In Frisco; In fact,
Churles made the case out n bit worso
than It really was ns regards tho
hackman who drove Little Arth
around town, Tho amount the chnm
plon tendered was very small for tho
length, of time the hack was engnged
for, and Included In tho small
change shelled out was a Canadian
quarter. However, Levi, tho hack
man, wouldn't part with that two-
bits for twlco the amount now.
8 tt a
Tho HnlciWa Marathon prizes wero
presented by Mayor Feru on Sunday at
Aala park. "An boon as thu baseball
ganio was endod the crowd assembled
around tho bandstand and when Klgul
Jackson camo forward to get his prize
thcrd was much cheering. Jncltot.
said a. (ew words, stating that he was
glad ho had wort tho Marathon, and
thnt It would not bo Ills fault It he
failed In thu next race at the League
Pudlkcn. who Won tho bicycle raco.
also was presented with the Wtchmau
cup. He declined to mako a speech,
but thanked tho Mayor und audlcnco
In general. Achleu, who was second
In the raco. was not present to rccelvo
his medal; It will bu given to him
Tho next Marathon Is exciting u lot
of Interest, mid most of tho men who
ran In tho Hatolwa event are In strict
training for tho raco of April 18. Ar
rangements are rapidly being mndo
for tho big raco and tho fact that Jack
Scully is at tho back of It should en
fourth, J. W. Harvoyf 10-20; and suro tho success of tho undertaking. A
J. Tavas, 1G-25, tie. Shoot-off, J.,rocoid crowd will bo sure to attend,
Tavas wins, 10-13; fifth, II. D. How- and It will bo most exciting to watch
eu nnd W, M. Vincent, tie, 14-28 (he runners recLoff lap after lap (or
and 14-20 lespectlvely. Shoot-off, three' hours or so. 'Tho courso wll bo
Howen wins ,'y-H; sixth, E. I. Spald- toped orr, and about tnreo laps wll
equal a mile. Further details will bo
Seicnth ovent, 10 birds, handicap, ntado jmb'.c later on. Entries aro roll-
Known angles, "Consolntlon." Ing in fnst to Mr. Harvey, at E, O,
Tin eo prizes: Ilesttlta: 4 ontrlej. Hall and Son's.
W. ChniloLlc Unit. 10-17: W. M. Vln-1
cent socoud, 9-15; A. Lucas third,
High average, gold medal, won by
D. L. Austin with average 'of 89 per
cont,; K, II. Porter, second, with nv
crago of 84, per cent. '
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Secretaries or other author
ized representatives of clubs
are asked to send In a list, of
events, scheduled by theta, that
they may be Include In the
program. Address, all commu
nications to the Sporting Edi
tor, Evenlae nullatln.
Apr, 18: League Grounds.
Apr. 25; Team.
Tho "Pick" team was victorious over
tho Walleles on Sunday at Kallhl-uku
by a score of 19 to 7. Owing to a lit
do rumpus tho gamo did not go tho
lull nlno Innings nnd was called at
the end of tho seventh. According to
onu team's Btory tho umpire gavo a
man out at third, when, according to
'tho other bunch's yum, he was safe a
mile. Then things .became mixed and
'tho baseball Implements wero taken
a on uy someone, to quote n corrcr-
pondent; "Mr. Marks having tho
,mnsK tor a raco and tho mitt on his
hand toady to play had them rudely
taken awny from him,- by one of tho
Wallolo players. Tlio Walleles uro
worrying themselves, because tho
. Plckod team named themselves 'Kids'
twhon almost nil of them aro men,
The Hulldlng Trades Council of What about tho Walleles calling them
Washington has Issued a protest be- belies such a name whon they are not
cause It Is alleged tho grand stand Bllcl a thing?" Well, this scrlbo thinks
for the Tart Inauguration was built " most reprehensible conduct on the
by nonunion labor. Pact of someone, but Is doubtful as
I? ' . i.j fcwuMy I to who Is tho culpablo person, 8o let-
ting It go ut that tho following uro tho
3 4 5 C 7'
By Hour or Trip,
6. C. Beckley, Jr.
Pick Toam 9 0 4 5 0 0 1
.WulleleB ("Kids!") .15 0 0 10 0-
Additional Sports on Page 7
Sale begins Thursday, April 1st
Prior to stock-taking we will close out all our short
Wash Goods, Flannelettes, Woollens, k
Silks, Embroideries, etc.
Horse, Cattle, Sheep and Dog
DR. POTTIE can be consulted daily at his office
at the corner of UNION and HOTEL STREETS.
Hospital for Sick Stock, Stock examined 'as to
soundness, re purchase Ranchers and Plantation.
Assorted Caj;s STOCK. REMEDIES; Veterinary
Pottie & Sons, Honolulu
HE EXTRAORDINARY VALUES
that we are offering is only
for the balance of this week.
Our Waist Counter Saturday was one
of the busiest parts of the store ; nw
velo'usly cheap is every waist and were
quickly bought by ladies who are very
fastidious as to style.
Iiyhe Domestic Department the values
in Linen Goods and Bedspreads were sur
prising to everybody.
Just imagine, in our Dress Goods De
partment we are selling Chambrays (not
calicos) at 5c a yard in grey, blue, brown
Hosiery bargains cheapest eVer offer
ed in this city.
Muslin Underwear, huudreds of bar'
gains all garments, including Skirts,
gowns, Chemises, Corset Covers and
Drawers a great variety.
Sale "Pau" Saturday
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.,