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SUNDAY BULLETIN, HONOLULU, If. T., SUNDAY. MAHCII 2. 1902.
dry eating, etc.
E. O. Hall
FORMER HONOLULU SEAMAN
BACH FROM THE DEAD
MEETS UIS WIEE IN MADHOUSE
(Continued from page 1 )
her iuKiue etiough to be kept In the
Mrs. Hell wus in the As)ltim lui
several months. Theie were some of
her friends who insisted that she was
as sane as the were and said hnrsh
things about the authorities, but oth
trs were well nware of the fact that
tho unfortunate woman was in ion
dltlon which necessitated i .ireful
Bell Was Not Dead.
All this time, while it wns believed
that Harry Hell was dead 111 the K'on
dike, the absent husband of the wo
man In the lnsnne Asylum was ullve
and struggling with fickle fortune
tho fnr noith.
Working his wa nt lust back to Sail j would bring suit against the govern
Francisco after having failed to make. ment.
n fortune. Harr Hell secured nn olll- Where Hell and his wife are at the
cer'a berth ubo.ud the United States present time Ik not know p
Army transport Hancock whfMi was It is understood, however, that the
about to leave the Golden Gate for the wife is with her friends on tho Mali.
Philippines by wn of Honolulu He land and thnt Hell Is still nboaid the
looked forward with much delight to .transport, expecting to go to his wife
again meeting his wife In Honolulu
The Hancock ai rived In this port
shortly before last Chilstmas my and,
us soon ns she was mooted to tho
wharf. Hell lost no time In getting
ashore and making his wu.v to the
house on Heretnnla stieet where he
had left bis wife when he went nwu
t" the Coast months befoie.
No Wife to Welcome Him.
""he door ol what Hell supposed ti
bo his home wns opened to him by a
strange 1, a womnu who knew his v.lfu.
however, and one who hud often called
on her while she was lit the Insane.
"I want to tee my wife, Mrs. Harry
Hell," said the anxious husband.
"Why, she she's not here," was the
"Where Is she living?" asked tho
"Well, to tell tho truth, she's
"She Is not dead, Is sho?" question
ed the now startled husband.
Tho woman, observing tho look of
alarm on tho faco of Hurry Hell and
hardly knowing how to tell him that
his wlfo was In tho Insane Asylum
while be was supposed to bo dead In
tho Klondike, nt last managed to bluit
out tho fact that Mrs. Hell was an In
mate at tbu Asylum.
"WheroT" shouted the now excited
man who, without waiting for an nn-
swer, dashed out to the street and, se
curing a back, hastened to the Onliu
f Demands His Wife.
It was lato In the evening and the
patients at the Aslum had gone to
their little cots in their vniloiis cells,
Arriving at the entrance to hie
grounds of tho Insane Aslum. Hell
haggard and impatient, dumnnded of
tho guard that he udmlt him at once
"I want to seo my wlte'" he cried,
"I will see her! Let me In'"
Tho guard was Inclined to think thnt
Hell was himself Insane or Intoxicated
and refused to admit him.
Hell thereupon went nwuy only to
luturn to the grouuds from uuother
direction, attempting to force an en
trance. In this attempt he tailed, llnally giv
ing It up for that night, he returned
to tho transport.
On tho following day he presented
his caso to the superintendent of tho
Asylum and was allowed to see Ills
A Pathetic Meeting.
When Mrs. Bell saw the husband
whom she had supposed to be 'lum
bered with the de'id, sho guve n great
cry and flung herself upon him.
"Hurry! Harry'" sho cried, while
sho cung to him like a hunted thing
and wept out her soirows on his
breast, "Tako mo away from heie' I
am not crazy I I nm not crazy'"
After some necessary formality tho
now happy woman .was released fiom
the institution and was taken uwuy M
her husband, to whom sho clung with
tho tenacity of one who has recelvoj
a lOTCd one back to her heart nt'or
lone separation and aftot she had
thought of him as dead.
, The Second Parting.
It wag the day before Christmas and
the Oceanic steamship Alameda wubCOunt (he exploits of i knight und the.
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about to tail tor San Finncisco H -II
had a frit nd golns up to the Coast tn
the vessel and derided to send Ills vlfn
up In his rare.
Hell's boat tho transput t Hancock
was to fall for the Philippines on
Christmas l)a lie lost no time In
making the necessary iirrniiRcmi'iits
and put his wife aboard the Alameda
shortly In fore the vessel sailed. Mrs.
Hell was to go bnek Knsl and stay
until her husband eouhl Join her.
The parting on the wharf was a Hid
one, the (ouple feeling that It was
prctt) hard lines halng to separate
agalu so soon, tspeiially under such
(looelb)cs were said nt'last, however,
and Mrs ltell was on hir way to the
On Chilstmiih Da) Hell continued on
to the Philippines aboard the Unti
tle was an angry man and
In snore that his wife had not been in
sane. Hell even Intimated that he
whin the Hancock again reaches Kan
I'm he Isco
One who was a Irlend ol Mrs Hell
related the above storj to a Hulletin
repot ter vesteielny.
(Continued from page l )
!n, announced ns nn cm-mo and it
wa- enthusiastically oncoiel
.Mrs Annls Montague Turner vv.is col
lected to have lent her .-o'-oo to the t'C
(sslon, but unfortunutelv .".is d.-lalued
home with an attack of neuralgia.
Mrs. Kinney was chairman of the
entertainment committee and the per
tectlon of all details aio to be credit 'd
to her good management Ten and
cake were daintily servd Titer the
Among those piescn' .v -ie Chl-f
Justice Trear and wife, I. II Athcrton
and wife. II F. Dillingham and vlfe.
Mrs. McCully Hlgglns, rustics Fur
ncaux of 1 1 Ho (n charter member of tne
League). W. W. Hnljl and wife. Philip
II Dodge and wife. Mrs. and Miss Tan-
mint, Henry C. Drown md wife, Mr
mid Mis. Iloiitctller, Dr. A. Maxson
Smith and wife, Itcv 0. P Emrrsor.
and wife, B. A. Newcomb, Mln New-
comb, Mrs Kinney, Vhc Pilmlpil Law
(Itoynl school), ITr. Wentwnitli I'l.ink
S Hodge and wife. Mrs M'llei W. M
Graham and wife. Mrs I! or. Miss
f i-i trade Kimball, Miss Cum ton, Mr
Nutt, MIbs C. Crosson, la eV of San
Jose. Cnl , who Is balled b LiMpucm as
an acquisition to the musical inli
Contemporaneous with Sli.ikispe.uc
In England was a man of old ami hon
ored f.imll), Kdmuiid Spciise-i -vbn was
bom n poet The plan md du o' Ills
lilt th were unceitnln but Queen Ellza
beth's favoiltc Hpensci said MIsb Lewis
was no mythnloglrnl ihi-tn-tei if lit
enituie like Sir John M.indi villa.
Spenser had a university career It was
Cimbrldge that gave him tl.it flo of
inn o English, that culture of min.l an I
polish, which weic to carry him hUlu r
in ronl favor than any literal mm
tefore him hnd over gone.
Spenser had lasting friendships He
fore Shakespeare no man earned hU
living by literary work. We may not
Judge Spenser's bcnrch for a patron by
twentieth century notions of Indepen-
denee. Mention war made of the
friendship of Gabriel Harvey, slso otj
mr 1'iiiup money un wui in ine
oung men who made up his clnle. Ai Half-Truth and Whole-Truth,
comparison of the poet with contrm- In Fngland an oinccr wns cuurt
poiarles was made. jinurtlnled for being drunk, Ills Her-
Spentcr's life was not all rosy. Knily .Mint, who was an Irishman, wns ai-kud
In his life n fair Ilosallnd of startling i Ly the court whether his master was
beauty and most trifling he-irt In J east "ol.ei on the night when he was slut-
his love asldo for the devotions of
rival. Fourteen jears he mourned her
treatment nnd scorned tin thought ot
love At forty he capitulated to u coun
With a genius almost unlveisil
about it, It was not becaui-c o' hi ver
satility that he wbb known. Other rieu
could have written odes and (.onnels.
and poetic calendars for every month
of the year In praise of n faithless lady,
but only Spenser could luvj hnd tho
patience as well ns the power to have
a monumental work like the "F.urle
Oueen." In this ho produced L-it t-lx
books oqt of twelve for which litera
ture hnd nothing to lament The work
diminished In quality as It neared tho
end of that which was complete!1 Ilie
twelve bookB were ileslenel to re
SHIPPINfi IN Tll.lfiENCE
Last quarter of the moon on the 2d
at (Lit a. m.
Tides from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Kahulul ana Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Ho
Hawaiian Standard Time Is 10b 30m
slower than Oreen wclh lime, being
...at of the meridian of 157.30. Tno
ttmo whistle -.ows at 1:30 p. m., waled
Is the same as Greenwich, va om.
Masters of vessels sailing from thin
port for San Francisco will find thorj
a branch of tho II. S. Hydrographlc
Office located In tho Merchants' Ex
change, whero Ib maintained for tholr
benefit free of charge, complete sets
of charts and directions of tho world.
Latest Information can bo obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
an dall matters of Interest to ocean
Weather Hureau, Punnhou, March 1.
Temperature Morning minimum,
l", Midday maximum, 73.
Parameter at !) a. m. 30.1'.' Rising.
ltalnfall 0 01.
Dew Point 53F.
Humidity nt 9 a. m, !.' per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station,
March 1 Wiather clear; wind high
Saturday, March 1.
Am bkt. Coronado, Potter, 29 das
from San Francisco, with general mer
chandise. Am. bkt. S. (1. Wilder, .Iiiikson. 27
dnjs from San Krnnclsco, with general
Str. Kinau, Clarke, from Hllo and
wny ports, with mall, pansengeis, 21
cords of wood, 100 bags and 100 pack
ages of sundries.
Snturd.i), March 1.
Am bk Cejlon, Wilier, for I.ajsan
I'rom San Francisco, per bkt, H
From San Francisco, per bkt S. O
Wilder. March .. L. W Hough.
Fiom Hllo urn! way polls, per str.
Klnnu, March 1 W. F. C Hnssnn, W.
A Hardy. F. Thtls, II Oppenhclmer,
J McLean. G. Senslngliius, Carl S.
Smith .Miss Mary Dlas, H. Paxton, K.
Gumntiin. J. D.itcr, A. Mcncfogho. Mrs.
Russell. Geo. II. Allen, Geo. S. Mc
Kenzle. C. S. llldgood, Mrs. T. Wil
liams, A J Alexander. Mrs. Jus. Hind,
Mrs. C. K. Williams, Miss Alice Woods
Young Fug Ty, Mis. En Ty, Young
Chang Chin, N Nudleman, Mrs. F.
Ilichnrds and child. It. E. Milliard,
Mrs A. E. Harris, child and mail, .in 'I
92 deck passengers.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the newsstands. Price 25 cents.
Q II Hcrrej's office, S Campbell hid.
Chlikeii dinner nt the Cnloii drill
todaj. (Htj cents.
l-.iHt night's arrests Include 1 Jim
Vli rrn for larceny and eight Jrunk i
llourbnn Whiskey, 6 yenrs old, $3.50;
CUrct, CO cents; Sherry and Tokay, 73
cents a gallon at HoffBchlaeger Co's
The Hawaiian Pouol Dramatic Com
pany will present a series of Interest
ing Incidents relative to undent Ha
waiian blstory on March IS. at the
The Hoys' llilgadu iithhtlc commit
tee has received a communication from
Camp McKinlcy to the effect that the
soldier bojs are anxious to enter a
team on the big field day, March 22.
Ellen McCully Hlgglns hns brought
suit against the Queen's Hospital nnd
the Wulkikl Land Company for the
lecoverj of $0,000 nnd a moitgugii for
$130,000 which she alleged Is unlaw
fully In the possession of the defen
dants. tllumph of u lrtiir tho hero of the
lung poem to be Prince Arthur
Illustrating her paper with some ol
Spenser's best lines. Miss Lewis pio
ceeded at somo length with an analysis
of the superb woru-palntlu,; of his
poetry Concluding sho said
"The form of Spenser's cvcullon
and the variety of subjects and color
ing places him to my mind moit clear
1) among the ranks of modern p.ilntc is.
Ills effects nre not tho studio i ffects ef
the old master, but show tho Hutu
and shade of all nature upon tlietn.
cu to tiuve ueeu limine.
"Yes. sir," tho servant replied,
Was quite sobor."
"How do j on know he wns sober?"
"Because he nsked mo to tall him
This was a convincing answer. Hut
one of the otllteis of tho court-martlnl,
lemembeilng tlmt thero was no early
parade ou the following morning, nsk
ed the servant what reason his mas
ter gave for wishing to bu called ear
ly Without a moment's hesitation
the servant replied:
"He salil ho wns tho Queen of the
That, of course, concluded the caso.
The Candid Friend.
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Ai WAS PLAY
New Football Men Cculd
Not Be Ruled Off
AND AUK THE (iAME
Honolulu Team Finally Wins From
Maile llimas by Score of Two
to One After Inter
The Association football game,
which took pi. ico estcrday afternoon
on the Mnklkl grounds between the
Malle-Illmas nnd the Honolulus, wnJ
an Interesting one nnd would have
been a splendid game had not llorena
and Jupiter Pluvlus decided to take a
hand In the sport. As these two last
mentioned gentlemen played n very
rough game entirely contrary to nil
regulations and could not be ruled oft
the field by the umpire the enjoyment
of the game was mnrrcd to n large ex
During both halves there was n galo
blowing which Interfered very much
with the game, making It very hard for
the plnvcrs defending the mnkal goal
to kick against the wind, whllo the
players with tho wind hnd cry hard
work keeping control of tho ball. It
wns practically Impossible to kick well
from tho corners for the same reason.
The llnc-up of the teams was as fol
lows: Malle-Illmas. Honolulus.
Fenw Irk Glcason
It. Ande rson Cullen
.1. Anderson Anderson
Mni.e-Illmn reserves. T. Anderron,
J. Anderson ami C. II. Cullen.
As will he seen fiom the line-up the
Malle-Illmas hnd to play Chamber
lain in goal In place of their usual goal
keeper, Fenvvlek. Crook, nn entirely
new mnu took Chamberlain's place ns
outside forward. The Honolulus on
.no other hand did not have their usual
strong backs. Kopcr was not nblo to
play nnd Paris pla.ved fullback In his
The Honolulus won the toss nudchobe
to defend the tuaukn goal where they
would play with the wind In their fa
vor The Jlalle Illmas started the game
minus one forward, as Cralk, the hall
back, was late In anlvlng und one ot
the foi wards hnd to be pushed hack
until Cralk arrived
Despite the strong wind which was
blowing against them the Millies man
aged to work the ball up near the Ho
nolulus' goal, Crook on Ihe left wing
earning It up and trjlng u shot for
goal which he missed, however. Favor
ed li the wind tho Honolulus cnriied
the ball down In front of the Mnlles'
goal where n lively scrimmage took
place which ended In Illltz kicking the.
bull tluough the goal, thus making the
(list scoro In fuvor of the Honolulus
The Honolulus kept the ball prett
well down near the Mnlles' goal during
this half. McWhlrtir who seemed to
be evei while did some splendid work
but was troiiblnl n good bit by Hob An
del son whose weight was too much for
him The Malic lllmns not ciiilj put up
a line di fi nse. huvvrvt r, but also show
ed nggiesslviness working the ball
well up Into Honolulu teirltor on
several ote.ihlons where flnallv .Munro
got n e oi tier for the Mnlles.
Cralk klikul the ball fiom ihe cor
ner but the Honolulus semrtd It and
can led it down Into the Malic s' ferri
tin y where the, kipt It for a while,
Mc-Whlrter again doing grand work
The Malles managed to work the bull
up iignlnst the wind and finally obtain
ed it shot nt the Honolulu' goal
which, however, was saved bj the goal
keeper. The Honolulus brought the
ball back and Flddes eendnd tho bull
will from the wing. A shot wns made
for the goal but the lull wmt by. Af
ter this there was some fiitt give and
take plnjlng in middle Hi Id good Indi
vidual work being done on both bides,
McWhlrter got the bull and passed It
to Flddis who tried a shot for the
Mnlles' goal but the ball passed over
the bar. A few minutes later time was
lalled, the si ore for the first half being
Honolulus one goal to Miles 0.
The second hnlf was quite n surprise
to th esepctntors who when the Mnlles
were plulng with and the Honolulus
ngalnbt the wind, expected to bee the
former team roll up a large store-. In
this they were dlsappolntid, however,
for although the ball wns down In the
Honolulus' territory most of the tlm
the forwards, aiding the backs, put up
n defense whIUi the Mnlles could not
pass. The Mnlles also mat several
good chance's for scoring on account
of the wind at their backs which made
It difficult for them to control the bull.
Immedlatelj nt the beginning of the
half the Honolulus seized Hit ball and
fouid It up in the immediate! vicinity
of tlie Malleh' goal. Then they ob
tained a fne kick on ft foul off the
Malles, Goudle made the kick from
the place right In front of tho goal
nnd sent it through, thus making the
second goal for fhe Honolulus while
the Malles btll! had not scored .
Tho Malles now got aggressive and
carried the ball over the Honolulus'
line. There the ball was kept vacillat
ing for a while between the two goals,
the Malles finally obtaining a corner
from the Honolulus. Cralk kicked the
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ball (rum the corner but he had to
shoot It fnr out und no gain was mnde
fit m It Somi give and take followed
wide h ended In Holu's taking the hall
nnd lushing it through the Honolulus'
goal This mnde the scute stand 2 tn
1 In the Honolulus' favor After thin
no scores were made by cither team
The Malles mlijsed several good
chaiicis fur seining and the Honolulus
put up n good defense despite tho wind
which. Id the hitter end of the half hnd
1 tlsen to a gnle and, ns It wns accom
panied by rain showers, mnde the game
a disagreeable one.
Towards the very Lint part of the
game theie was some exciting tries for
the Honolulus' goal which was well
saved on several occasions by Gleason,
who fisted the bull out. The wind
and rain drove most of the spectators
away l this time and general satisfac
tion was expressed when time wa;,
finally lulled. ,
The Honolulus and the Mnlles now
stand even unci another game will havo
to be placd between tne two teams to
decide- the championship. The stand
ing of the league teams Is now as fol
lows: Games Goals
Mnlln Illmas .5 1 10 I 10
Honolulus ... 5 1 22 I 10
Huckteld-Davles 2 I 5 12 1
WnnderciB .0 H 2 25 0
Immediately after the game the
Malles entered u protest -igalnst the
Wanderers' playing an unregistered
man. At u meeting of the league otll
eers on Saturday night the Mnlles' pro
test wns allowed and the game will be
ieplatd tomorrow at 3 o'clock.
It has been decided that In future
any team entering an unregistered
mau will lose the match
A bnbj's voice conic h out of tho
"Dlmmie jink'" It calls
The Huston mothei starts up at
trlgbtedly. "AI 'rcllul heaven- Cun it bo that
my hlld has forgot the chemical for
mula lor water?" shu cries, nnd bicnks
Into a cold poiBplrntlon. Puck.
First Tramp Did you hear about
thnt new law fer teaehln' tho school
chlldien about the effects of liquor?
Secvnl Tramp Yes, If thov'd only
ptovliled fer the appointment of a
'errlhlo exumplo fer each school, at a
big saltir). you und I might have stunk
a snap. Town & Country.
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DRESS GOODS for the SPRING OF
1902 Is here.
Thero nro many choice fabrics and
new conceits, but we wish to partlcu
' lnrly mention about one hundred pat
terns ot swell noteltics at $10 to $25
Thero la hut one of a kind. We will
not nttempt to describe them, hut the
styles aro superb and exclusive.
You should seo them.
Modistes especially Invited.
High Wind Controls Ball,
and Makes Trouble
for the Boys,
WANDERERS SCORE TWO
GOALS AND MAILES ONE
Protest Against Wanderers, Who Play
Unregistered Man, Is Allowed,
And Game Is To Be
The third ot tho series ot matches
ot the Junior Football League under
Association rules took place yester
day afternoon between the Malle III
oias and the Wanderers. A gale of
wind was blowing during the whole
time of play which seriously hamper
ed the youngsters In their game. Tho
line-up of the two teams was as fol
Wanderers Foi wards- H. Klugslcy,
F Halley, M. Verrelra; backs, W. Hal
lent) ne and J. Nutt; gout, A. Lowrey.
Malles Forward: N. Osborne, II.
'Halley. F Dodge; backs, Ludwlgscn
and II. N'ott. goal. Philips.
Ilefere-e, II. Henrdmore.
Linesmen. T. Osliorne and It Dow
Wind Controls the Ball.
The game was well contested
throughout but the unfavorable cllma
tic conditions rendered control of the
ball dltncult Tho Wanderers staited
against a strong wind which helped
the Mnlles considerably
NhvIIi-. Osborne nnd 11. Halley weir
quick on the ball and tricky, and at
1-iigth biol.e- away. A pietty run was
terminated bv the latter scoring
The Wanderers now assumed the
aggressive ami by some clever passing
nn the part of their forwards compell
led the Malle custodians to clear. Hut
pressing agilu F. Halley was reward
ltd In his efforts by an effectlvu shot
I The score was now ono nil and no ad
iditlonal goals were made during the
'ill, I half
Wanderers the Winners.
Mtcr the change the game was
fat. each side pressing In turn. To
wards the end of tho time the Wandoi
Sirs again scoied and at tho end of the
play the game registered:
Wanderers 2 goals.
Malles 1 goal.
For the defeated team II. Halley. N.
Osborne and I'. Dodge all worked he
roically, the play of all three being
For the Mnlles F. Halley showed
some tirst class play. Nott and Kins
ley were good and nallentyue stopped
his men well.
Position of Competing Clubs.
Puliation C points.
Wanilereis 2 points,
The gumo uut Saturday will bo be
tween the Puuahous and tho Malles
The Kinau arrived from Hllo and
way pons early yesteiday afternoon.
Thero Is a rumor oil the waterfront to
the effect that Captain Freeman did
not take her out on her last trip for
the reason that the genial captain has
been left a fortune. Captain Freeman
appears to know nothing of the for
tune, howover. Captain Clarke com
manded the Kinau on her last trip.
The ptipllb of the High School will
give a concert at tho Y. M. C. A. hall,
Tuesday evening, March I, at 8 o'clock.
St. Louis College Team
Is Rattled Early In
YOUNG. LADIES GOOD
ROOTERS FOR SCHOOL
Baseball Score Stood Ten to Fonr at
Close of Ninth Inning Cullin
And O'Sullivan Do
A very g6od game of baseball was
played on the Punahou grounds yester
day afternoon between tho High
School and the St. Louis Collcgo teams.
There was quite a crowd ot enthusiasts
present and especially tho charming la
dles of the High School mutt be com
mended for the fine manner In which
they kept their teams' spirit up to the
mark by energetic rooting.
The learns lined up as follows:
St. Louis College Jos. Cullin c;
II. P. O'Salllvan, p.; A. Ixmls, lb ; Bon
Smith, 2b.; L. Drummonu, 3b.; D. Ko
kl. ss.; E. Aynu. If.; O. Wond. cf.; A.
Watson, rf.; A. Lino nnd H. Knpua,
substitutes, J. Graco and II, Chilton,
High School S. Knwalnea, c; 0.
Deshn, p.; D. Sherwood, lb.; C. A.
Klston, 2b.; H. Williams, 3b.; I King,
ss.; J. Crews, If.; O. Thompson, cf.j
O. McCorrlston, rf.; W. Chllllngwortu
and G. Grlbble, substitutes.
The score by Innings was as follows:
1 2 3 4 C C 7 8 9
St. Louis 0 001011104
High School . .5 30001010 10
While the St. Louis Collcgo pitcher,
O'Sullivan, did very good work straight
through the gamo his fielders wcr
very much rattled during tho first In
nings, so that tho High School boys
profited to tho extent of 8 runs In tho
two Innings. In tho first Inning live
runs were mado by them. ' Elstoc,
Thompson, Crews, Sherwood and King
each scoring one. In tho second In
ning the High School boys mado three
runs by Flston, Desha and McCorril
ton. In the third Inning the St. Ixiuls boys
pulled themselves together and man
aged to hold their opponents during the
rest of tho game. In the fourth Inning
A. Louis scored n run for the St. Louis
team nnd In the sixth Inning still an
other. Hlston mnde a run for tho High
School In the sixth and King one for
. tho same team In the eighth Inning.
Harney Smith In the seventh nnd
Drummond In the eighth Inning each
i made a run for tho St. Louis team.
The final score thus stood 10 to 4 in
favor of the High School team, which
was much elated at Its success especial
ly on account of tho slurs of "cold
feet" which had been cast upon the
Of the High School players Thomp
son and Flston both played well, mak
ing heavy hits. Desha, as pitcher, and
Knwalnea, as catcher, both did well as
nlso did King, the shortstop. On the
St. Louis College team tho catcher, Jos.
Cullin, played a good gnme making
fcome splendid throws to second base.
Pitcher O'Sullivan nlso iVd well despite
a lack of support from tho field during
tho first Innings. Harney Smith on
second base also did well . "
EVENING CLASS WINS
AFTER EXCITING GAME
Close and Interesting Play Bnjoyed
By Large Attendance of
Visitors-End of the
The lust game of the Y. M. C. A. In
door baseball Berles was played In the
g)innnslum last night between the
Huslness Men nnd the Gvcnlng Class
team. It was the closest and most ex
citing game of the season, tho Evening
Class finally winning It and thereby
gaining the championship. The score
was, Evening Class, ID, to Huslness
Men's 14 The score by Innings being
Huslness Men 0 112 2 13 0 41 1
Evening Class 0 3 1 13 10 4 2 1G
The line-up of the teams was as follows-
Huslness Alcn G. Waterhouse, c ; I".
C. Athcrton, p.; L. Hergcr, lb.; J. Wn
terhouso, 2b.; A. T. Brock, 3b.; K. U.
Clarke, ss.; C. II. Cooko, If.
Evening Class Jim Gorman, e.; M.
Johnston, p ; C. Taylor, lb.; E. M.
Cheatham, 2b.; C. Glrvln, 3b.; John
Templeton, ss.; Ii. S. Plerson, If.; A C,
Clarcnco Glrvln led the batting with
four tallies to his credit, Alark Johns
ton following with three.
Tho umpires were Hen Clarke and
Frei. "rat &. Scorers, A, Mnirrllmi
nnd Will Kerr. Tho gamo lasted or.i
'.i or ami was wltncssej by Nut a
hut il-cj visitors.
"Suffering with a cold?" asked thu
"It's very unpleasant."
"Oh, I don't mind it as mnch as
usual. I am a stranger In this town.
'Ihero'B no ono likely to give me ad
vice about It." "Washington Star.
FAST INDOOR BASEBALL