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Wt jjp&sg&uzsEMzasgBS j i pi wiiwmw ii iiiiMiigiir
m, &i-ffTHfs Tcu J'ca" nK a Allen County, '
r . -Ui su .&, KintaB. farmer pat h!s initials m a l
HIP i TT,Tl.'ifliPiv7'Ty dollar bill. The next day he went to ,
WET' I "C V . tl-.p npftrrct tni-ni r.n,1 n.iif it u.ill, o I
Tj7,T5,-jlvrcx'r dollar bill. The next day he went to
Ji. VA C7 V . t;i. ncarrgt torn end ip:ut it with a
ro.cr hnut. Befora the ycrr wrs cat he got the dollar back.
To -r tvci in r.ix ycu -a t .- tolI-.r came bad: to hir.i or
nr-dur, vM Uikj ti r.cs he heard of it in ths pookels of
1. 1 pc;g;ibor8. The h-.t Vr.s lw cot it back was four venrs
riro. He sent it to a ma 1 m-dcr houte. He has never seen
Hint dollar since, rrd a.vr will That dollar bill will
mver rev any wore school or rond tas for him, rill never
b i Id or hriuhten any of the hemes of ths community. He
r.-.t it raVr:ly out o" the utc.V.nesi to hir.welf and his
'"OJ'AL: Trade nt vour heme hardware store, where
voir do'iar bujs most anvay, and where jou r.av get it
E. 0. HALL &
Bots and Worms Specific
Ticje remedies no' only cause ill? ovntsntion of lhes
troublesome vests, but the drstrov them and clsn up the
inj.irr thsv hare urod iced in the stomach r.:id bcwMs.
Stcok i-.iv be icvi tls-a rj'!:incs en the pasture
wit'iiout bundling, or v ;; v.t .erk
Obttincd p.t Lead t DniSijIsU, or
Potlie & Sons, Honolulu
Fine Grass Lhiea Whfea,i
YEE CHAN & CO., King and Bethel Sts.
WEDNESDAY even'nir, CHECKrK3": THURSDAY even-
and SATURDAY Kr.tince. VAUDEVILIJS.
SATURDAY Evcuns, ' FUN ON THE BRISTOL."
feats are on.sels at 3E?.OSTR0M3, 23c 50c 75o and $1.
Tiie Popular Favorites!!
TONIGHT AND SATURDAY NIGHT
Saturday Katincc "THE TWO
Monday and Tuesday "THE GIRL
rnoM THE WEST."
' Vaudeville Features hendrd by the
Wonderful 03B0N CHILDREN, in
a New Line of Taking Specialties.
The Etst Ccrapuny Mr. Elleford has
Ever Broucht to Honolulu,
!V.b!b now 0.1 tftle at box office for
all vericrauui'ei of the week.
Popular Prices 23c. SOe, 75c.
The New Open-Air Theatre.
LATEST MOVING PICTURES I
CHANGES MONDAYS I
aOOD MUSIC I
Two entrances: Pauihi St, near
,w. '.o viuswxssasEmffi
FRESH FRUITS and
VEGETABLES just in.
J. M. LEVY & CO.
Kins St. near Bethel.
JW?V; l,iOTWrrj2" SKt'A r HilSI !V
Phone 1491 for the finest Hand-work
258 BERETANIA ST.
J. ABADIE Prop.
yiitihr'i ins.T . .....j hfnta w-.
5CAn nK a Allen County,
No. I CO.
Wond-rful Motion Picture brine
iuR to view scenes frcm many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos,
Two change each week
AN IRISH FAIRY STORY
Edisen Feature Tilm 1000 Feet
Clienje cf program three timc3 a
we?k Monday, Wednesday, and
pi,,,. tA,. w..i..j. . .i
Chanjea Mondays Wednesday. nd
10c. and 20s,
Fort Street and Chaplain Lane
Open Air Moving
Not an ill-smelling closed auditorium.
ADMISSION 10 and IB 0T9.
Children S Cents
, HOTEL ST. opp. KEKAULIKE ST.
Chnnires Every Monday
COLORED FILMS THIS WEEK.
PRICES 5 AND 10 CENTS
The c-nlilos for Hit Y. M. C. A M.ir
alii iinrnci' nro comiIiik In f.ut nml lit
in polit llii't-u are Ivn turn mi tilt- lint.
All InluiiliiiK to ciin'r for thu rnco nro
rcciiiL'Htcil to liaml In their iinmes to
Dr. lluml at tho Y. M. C. A. The fol
lunlnK mo" li.ixu cntorod for Hie Ions
ilUtnnco run up to the present tlnio:
Gioi'Kc Desha lllllu). John St. John,
M Miiiel I'errelia, John I). Cockliiirti,
Ilcrt S. Nutt, .1. McOniiillusK. John
Cnuy, Jor llonan, M. Ixhreceii, nml
An eiittleH do not clfi-e for dome clays
et thor" will piobalilv lio onie more
n.uniK milled to the Ilxt before the en-IiI.-h
(In. illy close. Derhu of llllo
hlnmli run n great rare If he M'trtti In
the eent. and C'ocklumi will also
ni.ike a great fight for flrxt placo.
Tlii-ii the plucky il.iilne, l.el'rescu,
mm ) tellid iiiMiii to run the rae of
IiIh llf". mid he reitalnly will hcul
nioie than lie it him.
At the time that thu .Marathon Ir
Ileitis run several other e.elitt will ho
pulled off nt the K.iphilanl I'.irk traek,
.ind It 1 1. tlmnuht tint I'chIiH'h tho Id
ejrie tare, a one mile re'jy run ho
twetn Puunlinit and High SJeliuul will
rim Ii In- ui".lit olf.
x'o Roving Race
Then' v!!l be no elrimpIoiiKlilp row
Inn nirrs this yiti on Ihc Fourth of
July. This was derided upon at a
meeting 'if the llenl.uil and Myrtle
bo.it cIiiIm. The ll-alanln are not In
shape for the ou-ntK, mid they find
that they are thy In the way of
lluancc.-i. There arc no free passes
ii the r.iltiii.iil iipw.h.iI.ivb and Ihl
means tli it iie o.-.r-oneu hae tn jia)
their faii'u both Vj when going to
and from their tialnln-; quartern.
The Joint meeting of the two elulw
di elded tu lenew the old contract for
iiiinther lei in of ono year, lint thin le
lers np'v to Uegitl.i d ty. It was uk'i
I'.eclded to nppnliit special ronimltteef
on financ". It In a great pity that tho
ihell races hae fallen through this
year in Ihey always cieatcil a lot of
Intercut and ine Kuurtli will not nccm
the Kame without Hie losing uveuta.
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Opening Of The
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The opening day, May U, of the
milling scubon promises to bo a red-
letter ono In Honolulu, and great Unit he will avail himself of tho op
prcparutlons nro being mndo to mark portunlty to sec how tho national
the Initial crulho In n lifting way. R!1,ni Is played In Hawaii.
Madges urn to bo l-wuotl to nil thoj , tt , H
ilsltors, and they may be worn by! Them will bo n meeting of tho
the ticket-holder during thu day. The ltlersldo League at Hon. Chns. F.
name of the yacht on which tho Clillllngwortirs ofllco this evening at
guest may Havel to I'earl lluibor will 7. an. All officeis and rcpresenln-
l" printed on the badge, nml nobody titcs nru icuucstcd to bo prctont.
tvithnut ono of 111 use will bo alloyed :: t: :
in board any of tho yachts. SM)DI.K IIOItSK MKN BUR
Ladles will bo given first chance krvIII. Ky Apill 10. I'owhaliln
on board tho llawull, and It Is ex- Woldrldge and tho Insurgents In tho
peeled that n largo number of tho American Saddle llorso llrceders' As
fnlr se will avail themselves of tho M1Pat f1teil suit today for n 10
iipportunlty to mako tho very pleas- KtrillnB ()r(Iol. nKallRl cjoneri Jnm
ant and smooth oyage to the situ castloman and others to proton!
.f the future docks and fortKlcatloiui. ,,,, fmm 0Xcrcllt11R nny ()f l0
At Pearl Harbor, lunch will be sen- lRlltR or 1)HvIeBOS t tho ll8Soclatlon
ed. and no doubt justice will bo dono om,cra pcn(IInB ,,, 011,como of tho
to the spread which will take thn ,,,, f()r lcrlIlnnent injunction.
form of a liinii. Tho fleet will lcae n ,. n
Honolulu nt about 10 o'clock In tho DIJNVIJIl TKACK OFFICIALS.
moinlng. mid after a stay nt the ren- chl.ngo, April 9. John Co'nilon,
dczvous will start back at I o'clock, who has accented the call of thn
This schedule will arrango matters
hi that town will ho reached beforu
Tho outing should bo enJocd by
everyono nnd there won't bo loom for
mi those who say they nro going.
nt'itcis win no on sniu next wicic
iiiul a very mndernto charge Is lo he
nude for the excursion. Given fine
weather, tho success of thu picnic Is
usuiod und us tho dajs nie Ideal for
Millns now n hugu crowd will no
doubt make tho tilp.
TKAMMATL'S NOT SICK. Illih
moiiil. Va., April 9. The New Yoik
Auierlinn League liaselmll team, one
i.i wiiuxu iiii-uiiieiB, inn uiiuse. was
.. ...I t .. m
i.ihen in wiiu smallpox in Augusta.
(III.. Ill lived 111 Itlchmoud today With
IU clean hill of health from tho olll-
cl.ils of thnt city. Hal Chase Is worse
today, but Is not confined to his bed.
He snys he will not rejoin the team
nit 11 Mnv in.
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YALH IIAIIVAIU) IlKfiATTA.
Cumin Idge, Mass., Apill tr.. Tho
annual Yule-llarvaid icgatta on thn
Thames liver nt New Loudon will
be held this year July 1,
'Secretaries or other author-
Izcd rcprcFcntatlves of cluba
are naked to send In a list of
oventg, Hrliedulcd by them, thnt
they may ho Included In the
program. Adilrcsn all column
O nlcatloni to the Sporting Kdl-
; tor, livening llulletln.
Apr. 2.": Cavalry vs. Tort
Apr. 2G: N. . II. vs. Mar-
Apr. S3. Team, Country
June 11: Y. M. C. A.
NEWS NOTES FROM .
O KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOLS '
s O .
, The Kumelumeha cadeU hud their
military Inspection yesterday morning
Uniting nt 9 o'clock. Colonel Schuy
ler was on li'iud to Inspect the battal
ion, Thu companies went Ihiough a
battalion rolcw first and then tho In
spection of arms was taken up. All
,thu rifles weie icpnrtcil In a cleanly
condition. The ifcxt exercise wns com
'pany i(rllt Kach company went out
lun thu field and went thioiigh different
I movements. Company A went out
first and went through extended-order
drill; next went Company II, In close
order drill, and last went Company C
with the manual of arms. Company a
mudu the bett showing. Alter com
pany drill the battalion was dlbnitssed
for nn hour During this time Colonel
Schuyler, Cuptnln Winters, and the
cadet commissioned officers Inspected
tho bojs' ipinrt.ei's, Af'' o'clock tho
cadets turned out In their gray uni
forms for t drijss parade, This review
tool; iiiiinu ten minutes, then tho bat
talion was dismissed nt 11:30 o'clock.
Colonel Schuyler was well pleased
with the showing tho cadets made with
their rles. They only hnyo had ouo
and a half months practice with them.
The Kam baseball team will havo
John .Mlllkan In thu box Saturday'. He
Is a new jiftcher and hopes to make n
tt K K
Kx-VIro I'rcslilcnt Fairbanks lins
been Invited to attend the opening
gainn of tho Military Itateball Lengua
on Sunday and It la very probable.
Ovoiland Park racotraUt at Denver
to conduct a 30-day meeting begin
ning Juno 19, announces thnt Frank
I. Ilran will net ns presiding Judge,
whllo Martin Natlianson will bo sec.
1Ptary and handlcnpper,
SIX DAYS' SKATINC. Salt Lake,
l'tah. April 9. The standing of the
tennis fn tho'slx-dny skating race nft
er tonight's lacing wns: Salt Lake,
4S miles 9 3-1 laps; Logan, 18 miles
7 1-t laps; Denver, 18 miles R 3-4
laps; Matte, 4S miles 2 1-2 laps.
SMITH WIM UKKKUEK Chl-
, 111., April . i;uwiird Smith of
' ,.ltJ.f wh(, ,.0fere(l tho C,oteh
Hnckenscluuldt match mst jt.ar, Wl
llorfPni thnt nHlrn ncnln In the el.nm.
..i,,,,.),!,, bnttln between nnlel. nml
Vnu-irf Mnlimnni. in i.n hel.i I. of,.
By Hour or Trip,
G. C. Bookley, Jr.
It appears that a race bttween
Jacl'son und Salto, the Japanese long
distance runner, cannot be arranged,
ns the latter Is unwilling to take tho
risk of Injuring his health by com
peting In n hard struggle over tho
Marathon distance. Mr. Salto Is on
his way to tho United States and Eu
rope to study commercial metheda ns
practised nbroad, and lie thinks It
would not be fnlr to those who sent
htm on the trip if he took any chanc
es that In any way Interfered with
However, thero are many other
Japanese runners In Honolulu who
nro thinking of hnvlng a cut at tho
champion, nnd It is more than likely
that n race will bo arranged before
long. The editor of the Hawaii Shln
po Is taking a great Interest In Mar
iithon races, and thinks thnt ho may
be nblc to htlr up n lot (, his country
men, and the result will bo that u
raco of International character will
probably be run In tho near future.
Jaeksnn Is anxious to tunc n go at
somebody, und Is not particular as to
what color, creed, or slzo Ills oppo
nents might be.
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Llhue Beats The
A ball game played at Llhuo Park
on Sunday, April 4thu between tho Ka
pala and Llhuo nines i emitted In a vic
tory for tho latter by a seoio of 11-5.
For tho losers, Sonza at backstop
played a star game. He had lilt hat
ting cyo with him nnd ho also held Ids
men together In grand style. .1. IlajKi
zo, an captain of tho Kupala catn
played a good gamo at short-stop, cov
ering much giomid and freezing onto
everything that caino within reach
For tho winners, Aithiir Itlce, who had
been for a couple of ) oars ion tho re
tired list, played u good fast game, In
splto of the lack of practice ho hap
had. Tho score by Innings:
1 2 3 I r. fi 7 8 9
Llhuo 0 2 3 1 1 2 2 0 0 II
Kapala 0.0 0 10 1 12 0:
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'Varsity -- Oahu
Tho baseball gamu between the
'Varsity Club and tho O.ihu College,
which took placo yesterday on tho
now Alexander Field, ended In n
ill aw, both teams scoring Ilvo runs,
Cactlo pitched right through the
gamo nnd put some real good ones
oter the plate; (ho veterans did not
have a full team; It being a week
day, Mimo of tho members could not
get off for tho game. A number of
players were borrowed from tho Col
lego to mako up tho full nine, and
theso bos put up a real good battle
ugnlnst their schoolmates, on behalf
of the 'Varsity bunch.
The diamond on tho now field Is
In good order nnd will bo lu great
deiunnd fiom now on; tho Intorsehol
antic scries mo to bo played on this
ground, and all tho plajcrs aro very
plc.ibcd with tho prospect. Another
game will bo played between tho
College ho)s and Uiq University Club
In tho near future, and tho older
men will endeavor to havo a full
team on tho ground,
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NATIONAL RIFLE SCOURS.
Washington, April 9. Tho State col
lege of Washington won tho national
chuinplonshlp for rlflo shooting with
22 caliber cartildges among tho col
leges and universities on their Indoor
ranges In thn contest last week, milk
ing the highest senro. 949. Columbia
university of New York wns second
with a scoio of 923, and the Unlierslty
of Wisconsin third with 918,
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IlKItltY IIUYS I1EALL Los An
geles, April 9. President Henry
Merry of the Los Angeles tenm of tho
P.icllle Coast League nnnnunced last
night he bad purchased Outfielder
lleall of the Chicago Whlto Sox. Ileall
Is expected here within the next 10
days and will bo used In right Held,
In thu placo of Thompson.
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WF.STON. 43 MILES llellevue,
O., Apill 9 Edwnrd Piiyson Weslon
arrived hero tonight at 7:45 o'clock
.on his wnlk to the Pacific Coast,
having walked fiom Mansfield, 13
imlles, today. Ho planned to leave at
1 3 n'rlock Saturday morning for To
ledo, whero ho will rest over Sunday.
WE ARE ALSO SHOWING A HANDSOME LINE OF
Messaiine Evening Gowns
IN ALL THE-XATEST SHADES AND STYLES, FROM
ANDS0ME ROLLER and FLAT TOP DESKS set o
legs. T,hc floor under thm can be easily kept
clean, instead of beinj a harboring plao for dirt, cock
roaches, mice, etc. S;ld by
Agrr.ii inii.j,. i,...wj.i.-itiT;.aii Bill'il It WMMMKSBS
-xn j.i.w. .- -i hwie nuuf7wnX'rrdiM9te'tjjuihW
Hawaiian Iron Fencs
HEXT TO YQUNQ DLDO.. 175-190
Clearance Sale Continues
Nearly all of the coodj are moving satisfactorily, but
there is not tho rapid action in lace curtains we expect
ed in these (,'cotls. tliat arc positively new. Peoplo are eith
er well su'iilicd or thsy nro misled.
We Will Continue Until
AH the Goods are Gone
nnd we ask particular attention to the prices nnd quality
of the offerings. Our lines were overcrowded when the
sale was inaugurated; so large was the stock that the
thousands of packages carried away has made no percept
iblo change in appearances. We've been-busy every day
nnd every moment filling orders from the greatest aggrega
tion of (rood bargains ever seen within four walls in Hono
lulu. Buy before the particular article you wish is gone.
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
The Faint fibon.
134 King St
& Co., Ltd.
and Monument Works
KiNO 6-REKT Sil?NE P7'
& CO., LTD.,