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The advent of the "Socker" season
was ushered In under most faorable
auspices at the Baseball Park on Sat
urday, when two league games were
witnessed uetween lolanls vs. Diamond
Heads and Punahous vs. Mallcs.
Taking the merits of tho first game
Into consideration the lolanls combin
ed exceedingly well and merited tholr
fcuccess, although for n new team tho
Heads showed up surprisingly well,
nnd should bo a dangerous fnctor to
reckon with before tho end of tho sea
(.on. The Intter's forwards qro a
speedy quintet and If tbey had had tho
expcrloncu of their rivals In combina
tion tho ultimate Issue might bavo
Lccn reversed. Tho half back divis
ions of both teams were none too
fctrong and tho forwards nt times play,
id In a a cry disjointed fashion. A pol
icy change for tho lolanls to adopt
would bo to reinstate Mon Yin In tho
forward lino, his stature ctldcntly toll
ing against ins efficiency in the back
dt islon. This artistic "pocket edition" i
lootuaiicr is a star player and a con-;
ttnual trycr and many of tho opportu-i
cities that went abegglng on Saturday
would no doubt havo been utilized by
him In Increasing tho score for his
side had ho beeu In his usual position.
Fernandez and En Sue, for tho Heads,
once thry get going aro always dan
gerous and as soon ns they can com
blno their speed with delt manipula
tion of the ball, will be bard to stop
by any of the leaguo team backs.
Clark and Gruno aro a pair of sturdy
nnd safe half backs, showing good
Judgment In tackling and In breaking
up the opposing attack. Lemon also
promises to be an acquisition to tho
game onco he knows It better, several
of his efforts deserving better success
In the goal mouth. Tho Andersons,
Kclletts, woo and Blackmon played
their usual steady game, tho lattcr's
clever touches being greatly appreci
ated by tho spectators.
Tbo second gamo was so oventy con
tested that It would bo Invidious to
draw comparisons, although both
teams will require to get dowu to com
bining better, especially tho halves,
who showed a bad tendency to wan
der Instead of keeping to their own
fcphere, thus disjointing tho team work
ns a whole.
Theso two old-time rivals met In
their first Leagtyj encounter under
Leaguo auspices on Saturday at the
SeeralJicw players turned out for
Loth teams and proved to be Import
ant acquisitions, although a little ver
dant. Mailes 'licked off and Punahou's
Roal wbb visited early. Tho Buffs re
sponded gallantly and retaliated by
keeping tho ball confined to their riv
als' quarters, the hall ultimately being
lent behind by J. Cation. Tho urecn
and Gold brigade then opened out nnd
Initiated a lino passing game, which
nearly brought about tho downfall of
tho Punnhon citadel, hut Catteral mull
ed bis parting effort by sending tho
ball wldo. Goal to goal visitations then
ensued and both custodians wero re
spectively called upon to savo their
charge. After twenty minutes' play
tho Buffs got Into their stride- and be
gan to force matters 'and Belser was
called upon to savo repeatedly, Cock
burn and Catton'a dashes along the
wing and centorlng tho ball Into the
goal area, bringing out tho Mnllo cus
todian to avert disaster.
Cockburn missed an easy goal bj
falling to convert when In an easy po
sltlon his final shot going for naught.
Tho Buff forwards wero In rattling
good form for running and covered tho
surface at a great pace, although their
efforts were frustrated by tho vctor
nns Anderson and McOlll breaking up
ladles and Judicious tackling, and th
tendency of the Punahou halves to bo
inaccurate In their placing of tho ball
to their forwards. SlmpBon on two
occasions had hard lines In not scor
ing, but as a rulo tho Punahou custo
dian was always watchful. Tho gamo
up to the cessation of hostilities wan
about laluo for tho result and so well
wero tho respective rivals matched
tnat uo other termination could bo ox
I ected than a draw.
For the Punahous, tho Cattons and
Cockburn wero the outstanding play
era for tho forwards, while Lowroy, Ii
win and Fuller shone in tho defence.
Simpson, Cray and tho Baileys were
conspicuous In attack for tho Mailes,
while Center was Instrumental In
averting danger repeatedly from thf
Punahou front string.
A. A. Catton Belser
Cooko H. Bailey
It. It. Catton catteral
.1, Catton Simpson
Cockburn , F. Bailey
lolanls paid a brief visit to their op
ponnnts' territory but were repulsed
after several Ineffective tries to open
tho Bcore, The Heads then replied
with a dangerous attack but the Iolnnl
backs averted danger by tlmcous plau
Ing to their forwards. Combining well
at this time the lolanls swooped down
nnd Blackman culminated matters by
notching the first goal for his side
with a cleverly taken kick . Nothlni
daunted by this recrse tho Head
took up the running and their qulntcl
opened up a siege on the lotanl goal,
but loose finishing work enabled the
lolanls td clear their lines and keep
their goal Intact. lolanls then tool)
the ball down to the Heads' territory,
whero a corner was conceded, the ba11
eventually going behind. Strcnuout
Hay ensued for soma time until In the
midst of a meleo Kca drove- the ball
between the sticks, making tho lolanls
t up. Following this tho Dlamdnd
Ilofllla rnmti nun atrnm n1 mCIas
several meritorious attempts managed ' J- ,war that might not have been aver
to send the hnll Intn iho m.t. i..i.n ' " '.v arbitration even tbo Civil War
iolng tho necdlul. Tho closing stages, cf Am,e".ca ,, .,,.,
of tho game were well contested, but Aui1 V10 '""consistency of Christian
though tho Heads strove desperately T?" B,nd omnw' end out mission
to bring about the equalizer tho lola- "r,t:?.J0 re8C".c t.ho heathen from their
nls held tht-m down and retired vlcto-
Tho line-up was:
J. Kea W. Chllllngworth
J. Kellctt E. Desha
V. ency. Yet It Is not a high stand to
friin,i ' t pi.,u lake. There Is a better attitude oven
Anderson It " C arko ,f " BubJccts '" fenders to tho
, A .trlotism.
c v- r-.i.l Notwithstanding the counter nrgu-
f neater" ; WIIMamS mcnt that m,ht ba "" th' hook
!;?r 'illa.m Is InQnltcly depressing. It makes ono
Anderson O. Desha , . .... '.. .'. ,,.,,. .,. .
Woo En Sue
Blackman U. Lemon
MEAT MEN DEFEATED
Tho Metropolitan Meat Co. baseball
team, headed by "Billy" Hcllbron, nil tho vicissitude Incident to Individ
wero given a good beating at tho '.'nls and nations, If nothing Is to coma
hands of tho Camp McKlnlcy boys.1 or It except material prosperity pow
Uncle Sam's men played n fast gamo tr! If, after all, there aro nd really
or ball and piled up a total of 13 runs, unselfish Instincts, no real altruism.
Major Van Yllct's eon broko Into- why delude ourselves with hopes and
the game and placd good ball. istrugglesT
Tho score by Innings was ns follows: Schopenhauer or the lament of Ec-
Infantry 10002222 0 13
.Metros uziuuuue u 'J,
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iiuprvmii.- veicuiuuica wkic iicm m
Kawalahao church yesterday afternoon
m OF ARMSTRONG
when tho ashcj ot tho lato W. N. Arm ,0, "gut for m country, and tho in
strong were Interred In the old ml- 'c "'"SS l . ,"
slonary graveyard. The bronze urn
containing the ashes was placed In tho
Armnlroni? nlnt Thn rlinrrh wna lirau I
tlful with flowers, Pallbearers and oth t
cr friends In tho front pews m ere Gov.'
ernor Carter. Judge Banford B. Dole
W. O. Smith Judce ifnrtwcll. I'rafes
Eor M. M. Siott, C. Hederaann, Lorrlu
A. Thumon. Ocnern Davis. IJ. S. A.
(retired), Walter O. Smith. Ed Towe
Albert V. Jitdd, Count do Sousa Cana j
Judge P. I.. Weaver carried thn urn
Into tho church. i
Behind him came Mrs. Weacr. el
ter of tha deceased, on the nrm of Mr. I
Banning. Mrs. Philip Weaver and two
children, and Mrs. William Cameron,
sister of Mrs. Philip. Weaver. Fol-
lowing, were Mr. and Mrs. James H.
castle. Mr. and Mrs. George P. Cattle
and then a group ot ladles, carrylni:
malle. They were Miss Cordlo Carter,
Miss Nellie White. Miss Marlon Scott,
iMUs Agnes Judd, Miss Sopblo Judd,
me Misses uariwen, .miss Annie Alex- return tor wnat tnoy uo; who uo not
under, Miss Carrie Green, Mrs. Kanney even havo Joy In tbclr self denial, but
Scott, Miss Charlotte Hall, Miss NelllJ who do It ror Christ's sake.
Alexander, Miss Margaret Cast!. However, this book Is In tho main
Ilev. Henry Parker, pastor of Kawsl- true. '
a hao church, and Ilev. David Al, took , And It shows a keen Insight Into the
places on either sldo ot the urn, Mrs, motives of men. It Is a good book to
Otis, Mlsa Hall, Mr. H.F, Wlchman and read becausa Its hard, unconipromls
Mr. U Tenney Peck sang "Crossing tin. ing philosophy may help us to discover
Bar," followed by a solo by Mr. With- our inconsistencies and absurdities;
man. After, a few words of prayer by wake us up to. the fact thaour patrl
tho pastor, tho procession was re-'ctlo spirit is often the worst sort of
formed, tha pallbearers preceding thn on Impulse,; that our national fervor
"Alolia OoM was suns ot tUo
m-w fir f"5ftrvfcCjl
Tsl Let's sit down here and wait
till tho pear falls, Willie.
Willie We'll luivo to wait a long
Ted Yes, but all tines come to him
who waits. New York World
Sine Job Printing at The Bulletin
Books, Bookish i
People and Things ;
Tt-t - -
THE ETHICS OF IMPERIALISM.
By Albert R. Carman.'
An Interesting consideration of whnt
Is understood by tho word Imperialism
In Its relation to Christian ethics.
The discussion Is sometimes didactic,
tnd whllo tho author Intends to be
guided by the facts ho Is too much In
clined, perhaps, to attribute every
good Intention and act to purely selfish
motives. Or, at least, to refer such nn
Indication of good will to Instincts de
rived lrom egoistic qualities In our an
cestors. Tioro Is such a thing as running ev
olution to tho ground; of ending It
rikc the life of a papaya tree which
grows to a point and dies, it Is all
very true, no doubt, that tho excuses
for carrying on a modern war nro only
excuses offered as Justification In an
I'go that asks for excuses without go
ing farther, and tho author's refusal
to accept such excuses for tho real
reason Is quite right There Is no mod-
"""" "u men kiu iucso snme
ui-uiiii'ii in uruiT iu iiuinuiisiruiu iiuc
cssary superior force, deserves the
(corn of tho Writer of tho Book.
Mr. Carman' acknowledges that Im
perialism is not altruUtlc. Ho glories
In tho fact that It seeks its own and
not tho good others, and so cannot bo
charged with hyprocrlsy or Inconslst
men aro brought low; that mother-
levu and disinterested friendship, tho
tics that bind father to son and broth
er to brother, aro only so much self
cocking. Surely, If atl this be tnie, life Is not
worth tbo living, for of what value Is
Ulcslastlcus would bo nearer rlght'than
tho optimistic philosophies,
Aiier a reading oi tno uooic, uoiuwin
Slmth says: ".Mr. Carman treats al
truism as a fancy. In this ho Is right
There Is really uo such thing as altru
Ism proper. It by altruism proper Is
tneant doing or forbearing to do any
thing solely for tho benefit of others.
All our actions even tho most public
tpintcu, aro egoistic"
"Now WO liavn hfr twn vnrv slrnn?
instincts, says our author. "Tho in-
.. ... --- --- - a
Mlnct of patriotism, which leads a man
ti,ina out brilliantly on tho battlefield
kill an enemy and succor a comrade.
Jloro they work together, tho ono com-
lamenting the other; and wo feel no
contradiction between them until wo
"t lou "o our enemy in mo
name of human brotherhood. To sue-
lf a comrade is to help In tho work of
i"ng an enemy, mil to -ioo our en
my' what a trilling with words it
would bo to pretend to lovo him whllo
dogging from boulder to boulder In a
"urcc- hopo of puttlug a bullet In his
Lrnln. Yet tomorrow wo may bo 'lov-
This Is nil true and very sad. too.
Yet notwithstanding all that may b6
mw with seeming reason, there is dls-
Interested affection In thla world; in
many a loyal heart tbero la a deep, un
eeinsn love lor others, many a man
i!ocs good to those who halo him and
for whom ha haB. no physical regard.
und there nro many selt-sacrlficlns
aien nnd women who never expect any
may often lea'd us far away from the
nign cimcai path v.a had boon follow
Inc. Let us be ono thins or another nil
Iho way through; Saint or Sinner, but
The antl-lmpcrlallsta took tho only
consistent course, and they had an ab
solute right to tholr opinions. Wo call
ed them disloyal and unpatriotic, but
perhaps thoy wero loyal to a much
hlslier, bottor standard than our own,
nnd we wero tho selfish, unchristian
onog willing to do murder and sacri
fice human lives for tho sako of pcrpet
uatlng the power of a Nation, or ovon
(or the sake of Increasing our trading
Surely wo shall at least bo willing to
reconsider our damaging Impetuosity
later on, just as In maturcr llfo wo
look back and keenly regret some
things which wo onco thought tbo
whole world could not mako us sorry
It doesn't take long to get a per
spective In such things. Wo cannot
bervo God and Mammon.
"Tho Ethics of Imperialism," by Al
bert It. Carman. Cloth, 12mo,, 177pp.
Hubert D, Turner & Co., Boston; !1.
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with a rifle. Hlfl devotion to lawn ten.
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Counter. The 8. 8. Alameda brought us a splendid consignment of
tasty food novelties from the mainland markets, Including
fancy' cheese, smoked eels, mackerel
and some excellent OLIVES in bulk
Thla Is the finest assortment of ' Delicatessen we have had for a
very long time.
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