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Lczrzs on the Lurline Quietly
.Without Saying - Good-by
-to Those Who Befriended Him
i .ctv Settling Obligations- Has
Leney but Wife and Child in
California Alleged to Be Starr
,r Eddie Madison prizefighter, who was
J j treated 'by'.'the Honolulu ; sporting
i ; fraternity, ia;whtt:'itiiy; Itfnreot;
llpbgiliet .could' KwIbly;fci;-ap4;
:; ; f rerwarfls ' through ? chemi i ;haa I-nade
i.l ; . , : i ' : . . i - ' i - ' .:.
:lh meanest rc'awtv lninnabli. LJke:
,'i?ir cor.,' Mippjnr- at the hand .'that fed
;,hiro. Madison; it ls Bald, irtnnk on the
Lurline jusf before rsailing; time .last
C Tuesday ; evening, '. gtrjng i his ; , bet
4 trienda the double cross . right at s the
" 'altli a f oil : tha ' off Aft
that he was "seeing his on oil.
When the gangplank was taken in, i
1 MiUMVU. VUU'CUKUU MIWfc,vr
' - tutUJ frnm tTftnftlnhl
Inavlfia V(a o rma In tonooa wtthfttlt fiVftll
' a "so long" and Incidentally leaving a
and a liberal sprinkling of I. Oy XL's.
. . 1 a. 11m ...1,1. a niA.
ll IS saia a is iraTuuuft, wuu
'" 'man. - :- vV' '-':.!f v"'
Had , Madison 'been broke when he
If ll, nis cesire to sup away musm
! vmorstnnrl tint h hil ;. ITOOd Sixed
; roll representing the 'proceeds ; of f'r
lut two remnnerauve ngms, anaouio;
v , , v I a - nlillo-otinna , shaken
: i v . w.v v '"'"C
-n!- nil round, knd rone away de-
ctntlrA What he did has queered hirr
foieverjn Honc!uIu, and there is even
talk of a calla to San Francisco, ln
;' fcnrlr.g te utr .::t!es there to arrfst
Midison for. .yic;ii:ca, cr.
. slave" laws, bo strong u tne.iecunT
hrre'aealnst hlnr, 'Vrfv
W 1. c
t a well. known .sporty
hi? man t,-: . .
Mud lion has
- :5reni ?
, w tee 5Jaii
i: - f auzylank cf th?
f ,;. (cr tamed a. small.
U rlifp' .Tfce.
"Hcno.,: .'NYtfre you doing beref'
he asked-V i' - : livv :' '
Madison shifted nneailly,: f, . iv
I think my girl Is. going away-
said.-' . 1 V ;
; , Ixcklnfe rounds the; Wend saw, fr
-girl that MadiEon had been. traveling
with for several months past)aallin
. towards 'the steamer trailed by 4 boy
V carrying two large suit case. ' ...
V ; "You thinks she's -solng twayr ne
' " . . tclunn (nnarelv In :
- t. and then walking away ixi disgust
'When th friend returned home .lie
' fnund that his room mate had packet
"his belongings,' with the exception o
I seme sweaty .worn out fighting clothes.
1 -which he dumped in a filthy bundle on
; the Coor. . , -Xyu-k ::
Had Wife on coasu ..v.v ,
- While Madison .'was spendlns hl
troney. freely over the bars here, ana
V (traveling; with "the; girt V who left for.
. Eat Francisco with him, It is alleged,
tls wife and mee-yearld dauphter
rrre literally sUning la OaWnd
' ShorUy before the hoUdiys District
Attorney Breckons received a pathetic
" letter from a womnn on the coast who
, Mid she was Madtsoh's wife, thatthe!
end her child were In "want, and tht
i.h understood her husband was mk
!ng money . here and ;. wearingood
- c'othea. .Could, the district attorney do
cftmething about it? --i.'v. r..:
Breckons called wanison ou
.let and the latter made no Jenlal.
"If I send her money the kid woat
f,et It She'll eo spend it on a hat or
lomethlng ald h-; ; V- 4
: Breckons .explained . that It wasn
j rt to him or to, Madison what the dW,
V'lh the moneyprovided It was sent
ond that, if he didt tnake .t
lanc het Breckona. would aee that the
jm4a that -
fljnter go. w w v. " fl t
ail in all. the departure of Mr. Msji-
ton Is about ai Jowown and ungate-
ful a Piece of work asiiaa come to no
tice for some time.. His trouble are
not over, for if rengef ul former frlendf
crrry out their threats and spend a
few dollara for 'a cable message, he
wlll'be greeted at the San'Francisco
deck by a pair, of police officers.-
. , 'ift
Punahou vs. High and Camp Very
vk Malle, is the senior soccer league
card for tomorrow afternoon at Mol
liili field. '
The He'aianl soccer team will invade
Schofield Barracks Sunday, to play a
game against the eleven ,of the First
Field Artillery. These two teamc
played a red-hot game here two weeks
ago, which resulted In a 2 to 0 victory
for the boating men.
Yesterday's matcnes In the Punahou
doubles tennis tournament resulted as
Alfred -Wadsworth and W. Hitchcock
defeated Douglas and Baldwin, 75,
Joe Meinecie an John Watt defeat
ed s. Austin and O. Brown. 6 S, 119.
C 4. .
Two Teams That
Could Bat 'em
Oat Of The Lot
Wbta dtfTla; in roas Is considered,
teamsYonposed of the timeliest hitters
Id the bis; leagaes might pat ai a
pretty game against earn other. They
woald take the flela as follows t
. .... JH array
. , . . Key era
' lefifield '
, ni if ivru .. .,v.........
Itatl W. .'. . . Alexander
These American Leagaers batted in
liS runs last se50, while the repre
scntiUTe cf . the National League
broagkt 7C2, tallies acres. , Baker of
rhiladelDbla drove 'in 13 rans and
CImmerman of the Cubs ' 98.- These
men -were the leaders of their league,
llAVEN, Conn. That th3
present Tale , coaching system of In
viting ' the . presents captain - to come
tack and act as head coach for the
4. - ' .' h It,.-:..' .a
year after his leadership of the team
will be Efven 'tin ana that ail experK
c.-ced,1 '.tzzZ r.ale .who -Jsi also" a, close
. . ... ' T m v.
siuaent joi ' me . game wm . come oac
b hpxfl coach, and that Walter CamD
J. more AtJUs- attentipa to the
actual ccachlnzf -the 'lereit' while
te? will .not'; beair fcctiye coaca him4!
stlf was the forecast of the graduate
players ahd . coachee who were invited
ifere, to attend the lYalecoaching con2
ferenceV at; the- JIotel-Taftil &r&--
"Whatever theveotcome s of 4he con
ference the word, of. Capf Ketcham
will be law for,, next year, and bo; "will
the word of -all his successors. ' Gradu
ates, can . converse and talk, -hut ?the
word of thg captain; is Jaw,1 aad this"
Willi be : continued In- Yale "footbalL
Graduates are only advisersand' the
paptaln Is always willing" to listen to
ia' 'advisers.';o. ry7'-y;'f-?
For the position of each head coach
there are three names ' which stand
out above All others, and each of the
three has been available during the
past few monthe and probably all are
now.-, these are Frank Hinkley, twice
captain bf the VYale. team, an end on
the All-Amerlcan team for all, time
and an experienced coach; Pudge Hef
felflnger,. who In a published 'state
ment is - considered bjr. Walter -Camp
the gTea'test : football , player .ofall
time, and Howard ,H.v Jones- head
coach of Capt Coy's , championship
football team of the fall, of 7?09,the
?ast that Yale men have seen and
who'' was also head coach of Syra
cuse! ' ' ' .-.."v. -"r
Some; PIssibllities . ;
The report has been spread among
Vale graduates that Howard Jones
would not accept the head .coach po
sition, but within a month ; Howard J
Jones has glyen; assurance that . he
rouldJ It Is known that Hef felflnger
would ' be willing 1 to coroe bach. He
hame East' this fall and spent a week
with the linemen, esgcially the
guards and centers, but had to return
;r the West' ' HInkey Is in Kansas,
and the only thing which could pos
libly keep him from. coming, hack as
load coach,1 if the call went to him,
would be his health, which, however,
it is understood ; here has Improved
treatly during; the; past ' three years.
All "three of the j men are linemen,
"effelfingclr played guard and center,
while Jones and HInkey played in the
end , position. It; is pointed but that
Hef felflnger 'graduated over twenty
varsago j. Hinkey, oyer fifteen, but
against this it is also urged that both
)tve followed the game with a. close
ness which would,' be commendable
even for a promising member of an
active squadV '. Whenever Hinkey has
been back, which has not ( occurred
for the last . two years, he has per
sonally -coached the men. while when
Heffelfinger was here this fall he got
down in the dirt and showed the can
didates how to play their positions
with all the fire of Shevlin.
Heffelfinger was formerly in busi
ness in the West and five years ago
would not have accepted the position,
hut business reverses now make him
a receptive candidate, though unwill
ing to urge his own qualities. It is
not necessary that he should, however,
for this is being done for him by John
F. Owsley, head coach of Shevlln's
tram, and John W. Field, head coach
of Daly's team. In this connection
it Is interesting to know that "Field
was urged as a good man for the. po
sition, but before the movementgot
very far he personally gave it a
(Continued on pgae 12.)
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y-: :Th photograph shows the-Jast blow struck In the MeCarty-Palzer fight held in Los Angeles New ' Year's .
Day, . which llcCarty. won-by. a", technical knockout in .the eighteenth 'round, A short time before this picture was
taken Palzer was reeling and stumbling about practicallybelpless,. and.McCarty, loath to put over the finishing
punch In the battle with Palzer alk in, motioned-to the rcferei- to Interfere when it was apparent that -Palzer. had
absolutelyno chance to win. One pf the peculiar features; pf the McCartyr Palzer battle was that ; although ' both
are possessed, of terrific punches, neither was able to' score a, knockdown. McCarty. battered . Palzer unmercifully
for seventeen rounds and landed some fierce svring aud.Jupper tuts In Ube eighteenth before the contest ended.
' the'floorj- bat he was up almost . before he landed.,"; Palzer'4 advantage in
orr but he Iwas up almost .befora he landed..': PalzerA advantage In size; overMcCarty Is - strikingly-illus
In' the above picture. Luther: is a tig fellow, but Palzer' was a score oi more pounds heavier, Maa on f
f McCarty.' Note. Palzer'a eyes are closed and his imouih-5 wide open.'; The blow delivered Is a right cross-'-'
-; right lf
i - - a m 1 sst . s
CiAsU.re Secondl lH(aiiii0fcn
Ipast uozen years' xnajr'naa. any uiuer,.iau,oui .ieaguo ciud.- Awaraea
one . point for first place, two fof secohd place,' etc., thd team finishing
r i4 r eighth- to he charged with. ' eight 'pofnts., v According .to this dope;: the - Pi
ratea have acored "only twenty-elx points during twelvfe yeapsv-whlle- Boston,
generally tail-nder,-nas puea up.eiguiy-one points. in ngunes iouow:
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-a - , ..2 S ' S w.S ,?i'"$'.-.8' S S K
Pittsburg ;V,.V. ..
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l : 4
it , . .
Cincinnati ?. .
Brooklyn?; :'...;. 'Zl 2
St;Louitf ni.....v:ii-:v4 ?-5--
Boston ;.C..;...i.5 v i 6 ' 7
-t: Hizhest tKwSslbieDercehfkKe. .12 :
nants won Pittsburg.' 4; Chicago 4i New York, 4.r World's championships
New York; X905;i Chicago. lB07,;1908j PItteburg,a909.N . '-' y' ,
tra WV HIGH
InterschoUstie Soccer League.
- v' " P. W. L. D.P.
st Louis . -4 2, o 2- 6
Kamehamehrr . ........3 2,0 1 5
High School '. .4 1 2 1 3
Mills' Institui - 3 0 3 0. 0
Soccer scaics are being worn high
this season in school circles.
Yesterday afternoon the hard play
ing St Louis coHege team booted the
leather safely Jnfo the net six times,
while r depiel McKinley High
School team was working unsuccess
fully to prevent a' shut 'out A day or
so ago the Sains defeated Mills 8 to
0. and with ycste-tlay's big score the
former team new leais In goals scored
by a big margin, rnd in points is juat
one ahead of the rlams.
Yesterday's game was almost a du
plication of the one against Mills. The
Saints took thicg3 very easily in the
first half, feeling out their opposition
by playing a purely defensive game.
Only one goal was scored in this peri
od, shortly before th whistle blew,
in the second ha'f the collegians
opened up and made it a runaway.
High appeared with only nine men
and played shorthanded, or rather
The Twenty-fifth Infantry has some
speedy soccer teams, and it is probable
that there will be a critical audience
on the 6ide lines to see the game be
tv een the Healanis and Field Artillery
to be played at the post Sunday.
The Healanis are billed to meet the
All-Stars and the Cubs to go against
Fort Shafter in the "Y" Basketball
League tomorrow evening.
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8 V'5 5
6 7 ;,8
7 8 -7.
. 7 .t5 -6
8.- 8--' 8
lowest ; Dossible percentage,"96. Pen
The baseball game 'between All
ttudents and the All-Chinese tomor
row afternoon will start at3:30 sharpy
and not at 3 o'clock, as originally, an
nounced. But the game on Sunday
will commence at 3 beween the All
Picks and the Chinese.
The line-up for tomorrow's game i
All-Students Schuman, Oahu col
lege c: Foster Robinson,, St Louis,
p.; T. Moriyama, St Louis, lb.; Bill
Opunui, Kamehameha, 2b.; D. Mark
ham. Oahu college (captain), 3b.; C.
i Moriyama, St Ixwis, ss.; I. Baldwin,
Oahu college, rf.; H. Baldwin, Oahu
college, cf.; Alex. Desha, Oahu col-j
All-Chinese Kan Yen, c; Luck Yee
or Apau Kau, p.; Albert Akana (cap
tain), lb.5, A. Asam or Kualii. 2b.;
Lai Tin, 3b.; V. Ayau. ss.; Sing Hung,
rf.: En Sue. cf.: L. Akaaa, IT. Subs.:
Ping Kong and Hoon Ki.
Henry Chillingworth will umpire
Une-UD of the All-Hawaiis, which
I wfil play on Sunday:
Schuman, c; Barney Joy. p.; Alex. I
Desha, lb.; Franco, 2b.; Markham, 1
3b.; H. Chillingworth. ss.; Bill Desha,
rf.; Bushnell, cf.; Hampton, If. Strong
and fast teamcomprising two Stars,'
four J. A. C.'s. one P. A. C. and two
There will be only one game for
; Sunday, commencing at 3 o'clock
I read it In the Star-Ballctln. It
must be so.
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size . over McCarty Is - strikingly illus
0R J5IOX EILJJ tt A MS. ' -
TO SHOOT AT CAMP PECllt tl
tt ;jt. Is expected that twentyrtwo-tJ
ferblgn rcountries- will be reore-
tJ eented byVrlfle .teams In the. In- tt
tt ternatiocal matches at CamD Per- S
tt; m Ohio,; In September next im-? tt
tt mediately, following the national tt
tt rifle .matches at ' that ; . camp. . a
tt Amendments of the rules are'eon- tt
tt tern plated td permit thr partici- a
a pation' of. teams now barred be'a
a cause ; of - their - high .'record '-toa
iw previous matches s"t ;' v - a
i V"AJt-?J t
. Y. M. C. A .BOVVL1NG LEAGUE
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B: It C. Co. . . ... . . .v ,i ) 3 " 0 1.000
Laetis i ........ .3 3-0 ;1.000
Cosmos A ,3 i 2 t .667
Healanis X . ". ... . . . - ,3 t 2 J53
Honolulu ..3 0 .000
Myrtles i .3 0 3 ' ,000
h. n. t. Co. . ..... . , . ... .o o o: .000
The worm, as represented by.; the
Cosmos bowling team, turned J under
the heel "of the oppressor v!at night
The Cosmos were easy. ; marks , for
every team in the league last season,
but lat night, in their first appear
ance in the present series, they rolled
in good form, taking two out of three
games from the Healan'a. Toe team
ill bea watching. The scores:
H. White 146 176 18
Guard 132 141 10
C. H. Atherton ...175 115 12
Barter 153 162 143
Swain 165 160 127
771 754 742 2267
Robertson 124 -
Cyril Hoogs . .
. 196 151 347
.113 131 134 378
Clymer 167 181 144 492
McTighe 141 118 111 370
Franz 181 145 167 49J
r26 771 707 2204
Has off to the Cosmos.
"They all will have to look out for
us this season." Barter.
"The Healanis haven't got started
yet. but we sure have the making of a
strong team." Franz.
Look out for that fellow Hoogs; he's
The Cosmos have the same team as
VMM A ' mTH W V- W
Gobi News of Polo
Poniss From Local
Polo news of iaterest to eterjone
who is following tie fsrtanrs of the
AU-llawtil tram, which Is to after
the Pacific olo thantploasalp at Co
roaado la karels arrived by the last
null from Trainer F. llaaa-n, nho is
la charfe of the Hawaiian stria of
ponies, slipped frost rre 3ev. last
That the aaimrls are in good shape Is
a great relief to players and eutsisl
asts alike, who feared that the loaf
sea voyage and naaeraromed railroad
jonrnev. night ?ut them badly oft, ,
, Haanon writes from Connado to
the sterling editor of the StarBiUe
tln as follows t i rf-v
Jst line to let yoa knosr that we
arrived here in December fe ella tine.
The hones were somewhat ' knocked
oat hf the trfrs bat are now In first
class condition and wllL I thlnU nuike
a fairly good shewing in the Fixate1
It h aadersfood that Walter DliHc?.
ham ' h.v purchasrd erera rper.ies
since, his arrival en the Coast and that
Arthur. EJcc also .. has on '. gooj
raoants in view, so that tie 'striae at
played r the Hawailahs in t-e tour
nament will be eohsUerably ttrocjer
than when it left here. --'.: h
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V :'S.Bf IXTHEK : IcCABTY;" '
- DENVER, Jan. 12.-rMI think l la a
pretty- nice thing to be a 'Champion.
Quite a few people , speak ;; about - a
champion, you know! when he once
gets up,' as losing his Interest and such
as that but that doe"! r-t rr'y to
I'll -train' for' every bc Li t..j ;:..!
as 'hard as 1 , have for .every bout in
the past . If I take care of myself and
lac thesta p ! v 1 ifs f L think Hhat- I
ought to hold the championship for at
least flye years wltiiOTt much troubla.
KMi anT ready .to fight any of tte1 con
tenders fbrstbe -title 'when, the" proper
time comes. r I am perfectlywillinsr to
fight Jess WIHard, and feet confident
that I can beat him. I frgure,: too,
that It wfil be by the knockout route.
! think that -Bombardier 'Wells is
averyr lever. man, but I' dont know
anything about his durability as yet.
He showed great cleverness and speed,
but I won't know just how good he- is
until, I see what he doea with AI Pal
zer in their next fight-;' ' ";.-'
; A hope5 that neither Weill norWU
lard will meet with defeat until I meet
them.vaa that will give a lear title
without an argument " ,. ;, XJ-'
"l like, the fighting game fine.' I
just naturally fell Into It I was neve'r
a person tq pick fights, but it seemed
as If I: always got into It. Once In
a while I got trimmed and once In a
whUe I' didn't '''. ;:-...-.'.':.
f-'-"My hardest fight was with Joe Cox
at Springfield. ; ii;went- down.;;on ta
jtrain and substituted, and It; ., was six
rounds, ot continual slugging" until I
finally knocked Cor out ' ; , T
f'Mj next hardest battle was with
Jeff Clarke, the' man who defeated
Jeannette on Labor day. I fought him
right after I met Cox, and broke my
hapd In the third round. ; It went ten
rounds to ho decision, and after the
third I had to use my right altogether.
,"I expect to be ready to fight again
around February 22, and If not then
by March-17 positively. I will , box
then 'at Col ambus with 'Whomever they
select That, will be the day I attain
my majority, and I intend to celebrate
i: "In "the meantime I expect to do
some theatrical work,' making some
one-night stands first, then picking
Off week stuff in New York, Philadel
phia and Boston.
The theatrical work doesn't' appeal
to me as much as the fighting, hut it
brings the coin and. I think 1 am en
titled to a short layoff.
In the last thirteen tnonths I have
been fighting I have had seventeen
fights, from November 30, 1911, to
January 1. 1913, and I think that
shows that I am not skipping any of
them, particularly as the last two
fights with Flynn and Palzer were
withm three weeks of each other, the
second deciding the championship.
"Eventually I expect to make my
home in Venice, Cal. I figure on buy
ing a home there, as I like the town
and they have treated me royally
"That doesnt mean that I am going
to do afl mytflghting out there, but it
will be a sort of headquarters for me."
last year with the addition of 1L
There's plenty of rivalry, but good
feeling goes along with it.
Cyril Hoogs had both high score and
average, 196 and 173, for the Healanis.
"Kid" White' had high score and av
erage for the winners, 188 and 170 re
spectively. The Rapid Transits play the Hono
Only One Set Flayed V;;:n
Darkness Closes in cr.J ths
. Match Gees Over Until Tcy
Wall Cup Event Starts v.;;.:
Soma Intercstinp GT.es .
Vf 4 o-
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4:30 pjnGuard ts. lt. B. r.irnes
4-".'i-0:;.i'-H-;;flastI( Vj Ilpnnrh - 4-
S:00p.mJW.'Hocss vs. Coinns. 4
4;::;;H?,,:irurd-vs. hard. :- 4--r"i:iYESTER0AY3
t-lY ! II.: Barnes beat ?.fic3u:.iy,
.'M.V'Wj: Hurd beat rcr:
6-4; Castlq heat Henoch, 7-5, i
' ;By LAURENCE RZCINGTC
The' opening matches cf t3 ,.!l
Cup tournament ; on the r
courts yesterday af tern cc a tr : .tcut
some first-class tennis. -Dcutt a ta
whether br not the weather v. : ;' ! :r
tvtl4 sTfir Vanf s OVm - ' - -
nis fans away, and aa a rc.u:t thj
bails crossed the net la frcr.t cf c'.r.::t
empty seats, which was a pity.
; The best play of the artcrnco d
teloped when Al Castle tni C. I!
och came together, tha f.rr .r r t
15. ; This' proved Just. cv;:t t . t j
odds that Castle cou!l err.- ;. I J j
had to' work bar 4 to ?! r: : '
7-5. 'When the last tt' "t ' " 1
lost, f both : -play en ,1 'it
would be too dzr'.; to ; " -set
and the r--' '
postponed t-'il th!i r
'llenc. h plays . a ; . .
xcst notlccobla si:.' ! ?
ground played with :
Leit-hcr tacli cri:r:' - ' '
tiaJJy the C-t-- -
8trcA3 .fartlc : . . ; L
oped ' alr.cst to ;. .-.;.
and ' accuracy by .C: . ;.. :. t -
crack Teuton .who 'rut t:..:t. t. i
French phencra, out cf 'tha r .: : 2 i
the International hard cc .:rt C
ships played at Tafia lizt e;::
" Castle s'aw the' match tct .v . i t;.a
two, and likened Henoch's . to
Cleinscroth In discuss Jr. x tha i : 7 yrz
terday.1 The ' German -cllin't wl.i V,. j
championship, aa he .net with aa r ;3
accident which 'resulted In a tr.'..:i
wri3t the tery day ts acccuni:J f.?
Cobert, but It was gsc2ral!y cczc ':1
that-had he played he woull hare wca
with ease.'; -:';; i-'." ..','.-".: ' ';- -
back line almost entirely, the court!,
which had not been wet dpwn. te!r.3
extremely slippery, and throT! h!n
Off his balance when he attempt: 1 to
come in to the net He U3?l fclJ full'
arm stroke to good effect la j;!:c;ri
cross" court shotr to th,3 . fcrehii.
corner of his opponent's court well
put of reach.- Castle nesotlated th
slippery court 1n better style, runclr: 5
In often for kills of short returns ua
allyf resulting from backhand tries.'
ine score on. me iaai game 01 tcs
set. was 15-40 on Castle's service, but
the latter made a fine brace and won
A classy player makes hla first tour
nament appearance here this arter
noon, when Walter B. Irard takes' the
courts "against Hurd.' Izard, who ' re
cently arrived here for station as nary
n..M..H. mr KnAiifi,. mm mm iwaw .
consiaerauie proiauiroce, iuu waea i.a
gets thoroughly - familiar . wjth court
conditions should stack up .with the
best of the local talent - Ha won the
. f M mm II .
cnarapionsnip 01 aianua -lure years
ago from E. 8. Gee, well known here,'
and last summer at Newport lasted la-
1 . . m . V - 1 1 , ...
when he was put out by washpurn,the s
Harvard .crackv after having two lets"
to' his onnonent'a one. and ramea S-4 -
in 01s iavor izara nas oeen raiea as
. m a a. m
i.iu . t 111 iub uereLuiis eieui. mil.
the committee may hate to place him
1 no nnemt nnmap nr rna vvbii ran
tit A I. Caata mrhrt Ka the. tafa U
Sinclair in; ine imais lasi 1 eoruair. -
Ml t - X . J mmt m. -. .
The cup should be played. for twice a
year, out the jn id-season tournament
was passed over last summer, on ac-.
count of the press of other events. ;
TBCE TEST OP 9EBIT. . J .'
Ton judge a man not by what he -promises
to do, but by what , he has
rfnn Tht la th nnlr tnis test.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy judged
by this standard has no superior, ray
. . -Bit. 1
pie everywnere speax 01 m iis.-;
est terms of praise. For sale by ail
deafer. Benson. Smith tt Ca, Ltd.,
amenta for Hawaii advertisement- ;
The telephone trust 1 spending xz.-
Min nnt tn. ran a direct teiennone wirs
rr v tf ' f s.w - r
from New, York to San Francisco.' It
will be open next fall; It wfil ; cost
l a minute to talk between 'the two
points. ... -r.
r "By ,
Phot-EngrarIng of klziest rrs fe
ran be secured from the SUr.rillct'a
Fioto-EBgraTinr Plant '