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SPORTING 01 n I' II! Sill
Today tlnnrtul' l.rnmir grounds
Tonight Skating intcn and cchl
Wllon nt Zoo,
rcnlKbt: SKnllng nt (Jiii'cn link.
Tmlnv: Cricket nt Maklkl; Old
Members v. New Mcnili'in,
2 1 SO o-i lock.
: : : ! - :
Mrny of (be fnns rcmeinbcr tbc good
old i!nH In llnwnllnn Ii.ifliall when
be game wai played nt M.iklkl, when
lr b.ill.i gave the batter bin base and
the rlteliii mood flft) Icet Irum the
tdnlc. The good old lime when milts
nnd fingered gloves were not known.
The native kids otil I "go pome" In
thoi c days and played a good nrli le of
ball When the rintl. regiment l cum,
constMlng or mcli men nn (Ionium,
tlov.er. Klley. Moore nnil lleiiiicnny.
were Imported, they came with the
Idcn that the locals would be can)
picking, nnd they tnimcnuciitly framed
up .ill HcrtH of trlika :n uprlng on the
l'at nicnson tclU the follo.vlng on
how tbc local ball playera got re
venge nnd utopped Hie frisky Trluro
ladii from rending the coacber across
the plate from third; from passing up
23 cert balls when the local team wnH
nt Die bit, mid all ilint eort or thing.
"I" wan a l'ourtli of July game," nalil
l'at "There was n 10n purne hung
till by the merclinntH. and tbo St. Louis
boyii and the iraik Heglmcnt tenni
wur to fight It mil. The IteglmcntH
were springing new htiintH throughout
the clinic. At the beginning of the
ninth Inning the riorc was tl. si.
Loiil,- was at the bat with Jim Tonip-
sou up nnd one out. Tunnipron pup
ped tip mi easy one In scioiul. making
two out. Instead of reilrlng, Thomp
rou inn down lor rcioud. the pitcher
turned mid thro.v the bull to hccoiiiI,
wb.'ie Tbonipson wan tagged. Think
lug Hint (htce men had been lellicd.
the IlCfiliucira eaine In irom the field.
All thin time old Tom I'rlre was on
third running bases. 1 was coaching on
third nt the time mid when the proper
time tame run old Tom ncross the
plate. Wc bad n fight on our hands at
one?. The scorci wus appealed to as
to be number of outs. Ills ilecljlui
v. nn two. Well, the affair nearly end
rd up In n big fight. Klunlly the gnni"
wat protested by the Itcglmenls nnd
they won the protest. The Jlou purse
wns ilMded. After tbls experience
the IteglmciLM settled down and play
cd slialght hall."
"You ciin talk of nil your pltebeis,"
mild Chm lie Chllllugwoilh. "bin Nig
ger Woods wns the hlug-filli of litem
all. Tli.it fellow hud turves mul speed
to bin n. I well r.'inember the iIiik
v. le n bo would give a man throe Imlbi
and tin u strike him ou'. Yet; he w-i-i
tin best that we hau over hud here,
lie was the only man who wns ccr
rcspoiislbt'i for striking; out Mnbukti
Spencer, the greatest batter that ever
. ';ipct on ii lotnl dliiniouil. Woods
pltiliid Speiifcr three drops one nftei
the other and each In turn wns inlr.ii
rd This was considered one of tho
greate.it feats ever peiformed by n
pitcher up to this time. Later Womb
wan shot 'ii he leg for selling n uame
This einlid his biisebnll (Ulcer.
"Harney Joy Is perhaps the second
best plliher ever developed hue. Har
ney for years rustled b.ils and nrled
.. beil.-slop for the old llouolultM mid
St. Inula team. He hrok lulu tbc
pamr nsdileber for the St. I.ouls ''.nni
111 Ili'O. Thi' next yeiiMiii he pllcbed
for the I'ollte team hut hud tittle sue
ccbh on turnout of pour support, lie
then wont with the II. A. C. cam and
Hindu a great "icp" us n pitcher In
1U'I2, when Sonny' Ciinhu vns behind
the I at Joy pitched the limn In vie
lory In that year and also In Hint mid
Ifiti.'i. He Is the only man who has
pl chid a no hit, no inn g'liuo In this
Territory Next to old 'Nigger' WumN
we muxt hand It to Harney."
.. ! i.
The llrst game tint ies"iiihled Inee.
ball In this inuutiy, nud pluyeil by the
names, wiim u ganr.i railed nlpr.til.
Vbe game was played with n kuklll
nut. All the playeiH, with tli'i uxcep
tlnu of the batter played In tho Held.
The bat'er htrttek .he bill and If he
inul'l not lunlic the drciilt of thieo :.ta
tiiius belore he wna bit with tho nut,
lie wus dcelaied out. Thla gamo was
very similar to the English game of
The firs; games of baseball played
lu ibis country were by a tenni called
the Wnngdoodlo tenni and organized
by tho Cnrtwiight In others.
Those who nttend tbo bnseball R.imn
b'u nrternooii will ho treated to u nov
el uinlcbt, tbo lllio of whl( li has neer
In i.i seen In tbls touutry belure.
Tlit re will bo n 10-lnnlnn gatue, emh
tmiu of tbo I.engtie, roiislstltiK of the
II. A, C.'H, Mnllcs. Knnis., I'uiiabuiis,
mul OolittH, will he given four lunlngi
enib to sen what they enn do. Tbo
leaie that utlekn out tn 1 1, the hiBt will
lie itrilared championn. They will
pinh-iidv be Bovenly-flvr plnyeis ap
pr ,u in' this nnine. nB every icgul.it
urn! KiiliMlluto will bo given n chain o.
Tin gato receipts will go to tbo
Tib io sufferers. Tho gam0 HI start
nt 2 i, dock.
Sl.a'lng will ouitin the center of at
traction tonkin Tin two rlnl.s will
be In full furie The Zoo opens to
night with n miles or laces Hint will
lie open to all. Prize will be nwnid d
the winners. The lilatnoud Heads will
be on linnd with a -uiong team, In
which will be sin Ii men nn Sumner
nnd Unit. They will make n ktoiu
bid for Hist pl.ne The new rink in
twenty Inps to the tulle, but the tor
Hera nie not ns nharp ns tbc Queen
The usual Saturday night crowd will
be on doth at in ijiicn stiect rlnlt
nnd they will ni the pleasure of
Cl.nlltig to ititinle.
:: :: ::
Dick- Sullhnii spvr that be known
nothing; or "Kid ' Wind nnd will listen
to no challenged until Joe Cohen rn
turns on the titueila. If Cohen ilnia
not bring n man Sulllvmi will be open
Io meet nil coiiiii- Sllvn Is looking
for a nintrb ami Ii might be pnsslblo
that be and Sulll.in will book up.
Mcnnwhlle Jail. Mi I'aditeti Is lool;
lug tn "put nut niiv fire that might
como ncross bis path.
Just before the opening of the bnll
scnson tho teams are having their til
ttnl scrnmhle for players. Tbo l.eagno
rule requiring Hint a man must sign
with but one nam does not seem to
bold good, nnd nmc of the plnyers
nro Blgnlng nnj list Hint conies nlone
ft might be Hint snnie of these pin) era
will be made evan-ples of this season
nnd pluy on the bench.
Tbc II. A. ('. i en in i hailng Its tint)
hies with Jim Williams. hu acted ns
rnptntn last n'li-nn. Williams wn.i
elected as rnptntn of the team this sea
run, but did mil Mem tn bnvejhe time
tn devote to tbc duties which this of
fice cnlled for, nud (lleaion wns put In
Ills pine. (Ib'nson has a good base.
ball bead nnd mnnv think Is n be ter
man for the place than Wlllinms. Tho
II. A. C.'s clnlm that they hnve an
abundance of in.iu-ilnl nnd that Wll
Mams' plac" will mil be linrcl to fill.
The Mnlles liiul Mnuiiagan, a I' risen
lad and Sheldon of Ibo Kains. Thern
two plnyeni turn 'd out and practiced
fur 'bo Wimps, nnd things looked
blight. Just ns the team was rounding
Into shape. I'lannngmi Jumped to tbo
("alius and Sbetdou back tn the Kami.
This will weaken the Mnlles. but they
will go right ailing and do their best.
At 'be piesent time th l'unaboil
team seems tn he the only one that Is
rctllul. They have it full lineup mid
me win king, fairly well.
Sam Leslie mid bis brother me out
for tli" Dalni Ioiiii.
llnopll, the hard hitler of the Aloha
Wlt.nr League team. Is with the Hods.
Till i menus thnt they hale luldcd nn
otbei heavy lil.ter In their iMid.a. Ilo
lu uImi a Ictl-hmid T.
The Huh Iiilaii iy team defea'cd (),i
tin Collide . sterility on Hi" I.cuguo
rTriiiitiil,. Iiv the sioti nl fi 3 It wn. .1
close ;iimc tbioiuhoul nud was only
won utter a nam iigui
O.l ii College has a Mining tiam
thin m ir and uhuitbl win the i.c'iuol
io nim in
In order tn picvent further il-fulca-Hon
of court funds, the following new
rule lias liceu promulgated by the Cir
cuit C'iiiii l:
OIIDICIt HHLATINO TO MONKYS
PAID INTO COURT.
All moneys hereafter paid Into remit
chall be ilellvmeil liirthwlih by the
cleik who leeches 11 tn the (It'll; of
the Judliliiiy Department, by whom I;
shall be deposited forthwith lu the
rirsi National Hank of Hawaii tn the
ridl of tbo clerk of the Judiciary He
piirlmeni. and it shall not be with
drawn 1 1 oin the bank e.-.tept upon
fint'ii' blgued by him mid couiiterslBn
cd by u Judge of the court.
Al' moneys heretofore paid In'ii
(null and nut paid out to tho parties
cnlllled thereto, Including moneys nnw
In the said bank to tbo credit of tho
Cln ult Court of the 11 rut Circuit, Hhall
be paid over Immediately to tho elerlt
of the Judiciary Inpnt Intent to be dis
posed of ns provided In tho ease of
inuiuyi herenlter paid Inln court; tho
ii c omit of tho com t wllh said bank
chall be closed and tho ordqr requiring
dep"slts tn tho credit of tbo court Is
"Pioper books of account, Including
raali book mid ledger, shall bo kept by
the ilcrk or tho Judiciary Dcpattinenl,
In which sluill bo entered nil transac
tions lu iigiird to such muiieys,
J. T. IJH HOLT,
V,', J, ItOHINSO.V.
Hoarding Mlstrcsr. "Mr. llorder, you
should have hern n rook." Mr. llor
der "Why?" Hoarcllnr, Mlnttens "Yot
bain no enual when It cornea to tout
lug ri ub."
It Is n waste of time tu luuk us tbu
things that uto tsouo by.
Por cnllti'), elrlnklnji, ntnl cooking
I'urc, Delicious, Nutillloui
MtoitTiftto u. . fATs orrioi
DrcaVf ait Cocoa, I -2 lb. tins
Oalri's ChocoUlc (uniwef tcnetl), I -2 lb. ck:
German Sweet Chocolate, 1.4 lb. caVei
Tor Snle Uy lAMdlnft Grocers
WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd
DORCHESTER, MASS., U.S. A.
15 HIGHEST AWAkTtt IN CUrOPE
Additional Social N:ws on Par,' 3.
Mis. Harry Cottzens was the hostess
of u i harming bridge party on l'rld'iy
iillciuuon nt her lesldenre In the Ka
lllil Yiilh) In honor uf Mis. Joriinii's
natal day. The house is mi old-fasli-toned
rambling emu and Mr. nnd .Mrs.
Coiutns have made II most iittractlvc.
There were no prizes glien but utter
the ij.inie nil cjes were centered upiiii
u huge I'ctcr I'lpcr pic, ninile of colored
tissue paper, l-'roni this dish cnnio
strc.imcrB of ribbon to which were at-,
tuthed nttructhc pneknges, each pct
Kin pulling mi cud of the ribbons, Mrs.1
Jordan's prize wnn mi cxu,ulRtlo em
broidery cute of tapestry well tilled
with pojl.cts fur the silks, utul miother
guists dicw out nn oval frame enclos
ing mi Illuminated picrc uf poetry
daintily hand painted by the hosiers
nnd Illustrate 1 w'.th water culoied
hlcrtches. The poem was called 'Tall"
nnd the New lurl; Tilbuuu publlsbcd
It two yeuis ago. It was written by
Jin. Coiucns. The toutcnti! uf the plo
were the handiwork of the hoxless, mid
every i;ue-t look away u delightful I
houvcnlr of the ufteiuoun. Dulleluiu
ttlicahmcnls were served by Mrs. Sup
er Miss Sltngcuu, MUi l'lslo Wuter
liuiibo and Miss Jord.ui. At u lute buiir
In the ulleruoon the cueits made thcll
udlenx lu Mrs. Coiiztns ami Mrs. Jor
i'iiII. Among llione picscut besides Ilia
;;ucst uf honor were the rrlntess Ku
waiiiiuikui, Mrs. Heniy l.yuti, Air.'
Ue-.iKo Hodlck, Mrs. Chnrlcs Wilder,
..Irs. Klcbiihu. Mis. Julucs Doiigbeit),
Mis. 1'icdcrlc Klump. Mis. Iloyd, Mis.
Hiimphiis. ,Miu. Juidiiu, Mm. Walter
tloffiuun, Mrs, Muys, Mrs. Itculuu, Mrs.
Clllfoid Wood. Mrs. Super, Miss Hum
pliity, JlrB. ".UCnnilloH, .Mrs. Stlmefer,
Alru. Haiiuibert:, .Mra. Hiuwu. Mrs. Hot
tuniley, Miss Joidmi, Mrs. Audlew I'ul
Icr, and Mis. 'lawes.
The M.ink and Wlj club presented
"Tho College Widow" oil Thuisday
evening in uld uf tho S.iu Kruiii'lsui
auffereis. It was very well ictelved
mil pion'd lu be u bright ami spark
ling lomcdy mid the pails were well
unstained. Mi. Adams's good woik l.i
I'licady well known hiiiI on Thursday
n tiling, us Hilly lloltou, bo did him
iclf piuuil, Mrs. Ilmlmuu, tho cullego
wlduw, did some clover acting, us did
Mrs. Howard .mil Miss Mclilu. l'iclty
Mils do rAillgue. grateful mid pleat,
lug. g.ivo n bit uf flulshed work wblcii
It would be dlincult lu cccl. Sbo was
ublltii'lly gnud. Mcsiis. Ilnwland, Holt
Wlilte, Muipliy, W. Schwartz, C.
Fchuaitz, Iliac lniau mid 111 mo llnil
mini did cxi client work. The tcutil.i
gills nud the foothill team ndded miit'li
tn the ttugo M'tlln;;. Allogclher, It
wns a very citdltiihln pcifortuame nud
i-hoiild lu lug oul good houses today.
The following Is tbu cast:
Hilly I'ulKin A llnlth.ick...Mr. Adnms
I'lteis Wlthcisi.oun. A. M. I'll. 1).,
1'iesldcnt uf At w liter Colloitu
Hiram lloltun President of tho K. &
II. Hnllioud .Mr. Howlmid
Hon. J'lan 1 licks member of tho
Stnto Senate, from Snuantiinvllln..
Matty McOowart A Trainer
"llub" IIIcIib A J'reibman
Jack l.nrnhbe Tho Football 'Coach
Copernlius Talbot A I'ost-Ornduato
Tiilur Mr. Murpliy
SIIitiI Mm phy Center llui.li
Mr. W. Schwartz
Blub Tulmugc A llusy tlnder-tlrnd-
iiate Mr. C. Bcliwurlz
Turn 1'u.irbou lllght Tucklo
Dunlcl Tlbbctts Town Marshal
Ollln Mllchel! Mr, Webb
Dirk MeAlllRter Mr Johnstone
JIiurcv Hopper Mr, Ilrnwu
Jnno Wllbcrspoon The College
Widow Mrs Hnrtuiau
. Husslo Tmiuoi An Athletic fllil ....
I Miss McLalti
ITora Wiggins A Prominent ,Wnlt-
reso Miss do l'Artlguc
Mlsi I'rliumcy Dalzello A liofes-
slonnl Chaperon Mrs. Huwnrd
lb rtbn Tjson Mlsa Heswlck
l.uella Chubs Mrs. Webb
Sally Cnmoiun Miss Wnldion
Josephine llarclay Miss tllrvln
Cora Jinks Miss Center
Ittilh Allien Miss Unit
Allto Itobcson Miss Shannon
(Icrtrude Hunt .... Miss Lucbcnslelu
'ulllnck Mr. Super.
Left HnUnack Mr. Simpson.
Hlght Halfback "Hilly lloltou" (Mr.
Quarter Mr. Hitghis.
Crnlcr "Silent Murphy" (Mr. W.
Hlght Tncklu "Tont l'earson" (Mr.
Left Tackle Mr. (llrvln.
High tiuiiid Mi. Itletuw.
Left tluiird Mr. New K lug.
Hlght Hnd-.Mr. t'hllllugwurlli.
Left 15iid-Mr. Wllllaml.
SYNOPSIH Ob' SCKHDS.
Tbo scenes of the plny are laid nt
Atwntrr Collcsc nn liilmidliinitliitlon
of le-irnlug, lying cist of Mlnnesolii
mid somcwheio west of New York.
Time The present.
Act 1. lu front of tho main building.
Opening of tbo fall term. l':irly Sep
tember. Act II. In the gymnasium. The fac
ulty reception, tine day elapses be
tween Art I anil Act II.
Act III. The athletic Held. Tho
mmiinl TbunksRivIng football game be
tween Atwatcr nnd Hlnghmu colleges.
Act IV. Thanksgiving night In front
uf Hie At water Hotel.
Under the slngo direction of W. D.
Orchestra under the direction of
All spivlal scenery painted by Tom
Properties, W. 1". Dunn.
Dante music In Act HI furnished by
tbc Victor Talking Machine from the
llcrgstroin Music Co.. Ltd.
Mrs. Kredcrle Klnmp has deferred
her visit tn the Orient until n few
.Mr. nnd Mrs. Hurry Cuiizcns cut t
tnlnrd nt dlnnir on 1'ilduy evening lu
honor of Mr. mid Mrs. I'dwnrd Iloyd.
Mr. .mil Mrs. .In lues Dougherty mid
Mr. mul Mrs. I'rank Thompson me
guests at the Alexander Young lintel.
The band corner! nt the Moiuu betel
on I'rldny evening wns enjoyed by
liiany strangers ns well as town folk.
The tlrcitlar dlulng-ioum nt the An
nex Is getting uti nnd will bo u great
liddltlun tu the plctuiesipie hotel.
Mls I'tnmii Hose, who has been vis
iting In Honolulu for u long time, re
turned tu 1 1 llo this week.
Captain nnd Mis. Andrew Kullcr ex
pect tu spend a few weeks at Walklkl.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mncfarl.iue sent
out curds this week announcing tho
inmrlage of their daughter tu Ml.
Unit, and Mrs, Hudulf Sliittcry have
been spending it week on Hawaii uud
nt the Voliano.
Miss Madge MiCandlcss, who Is lit
M A G A
. - 'r-w".iTinri-.Mtjf shhiisih
THE METROPOLITAN MAGAZINE CO
a.J.CJy-WEST 29'STML? MEV-YOK-K
The Metropolitan Magazine
T The flftli In the series of "special numbers" of "The Metropolitan Maga.
zlne will bo on sale by all newsdealers and booksellers on April 15.
Its very attractive cover, designed by Edward Penfleld, of which tho
above Is a fac-slmlle In blaek and white, Is reproduced In harmonious col
ors and cannot fall to attract and please the eye.
Ii It Is a Spring fiction Issue and "Decoration Day" number. Its contents
will teem with good things appropriate to tho season. Its fiction features
The Stampede. Dy rex e. deach
The Stolen Kasabai oy w. a. praser
Another "Uncle Remus" Story
By JOEL CHANDLER HARRI8
Ships and the Sea. oy joseph conrad
and an appreciation by Bernard Sha w of the work of a young American
artist now In London, The above Ha t nnmea only a very few of tlu many
good tilings that fill its ono hundred a nd thirty-two pages of text and Illus
trations. ' No one can afford to miss so mue Ii of literary excellence.
Price 15 cents a copy at all periodical dealers
tchool In Washington, will spend her
summer vacation at home.
Mr nnd Mrs James Wilder enler
tnlncd at dinner on Friday evening in
a charmingly Informal tnnnner.
"THE Mr. WIDOW"
This afternoon nnd ngnln tills even
ing "The College Widow," which ilc
lighted the audience on Thursday
evening will ho the bill nt tho Opera
House. The first performance was In
ever) wny n most enjoyable one, full of
Inteicst nud cxcltomeiv attendant upon
'college life nnd activities. Tho foot
ball scene lu net three wns very well
ttil.cn, furnishing much teal enjoy
incut nnd keen Interest. The nlher neln
are Just ns good, nnd give ibnnce for
Tlit mntlneo this afternoon In nn cs-pet-la:
opportunity for r.liiclcnls nnd
school pupils to witness (Icorge Ado'u
greatest comedy. Ilesldes, thnse who
'.are unnble to attend tho performance)
tins evening will hnve mi excellent op
portunity of living over n brief space
of college life this nflernoon. And
then, too, it Is n fine Initiation Into it
university life for '.bono who are look
ing forward tn that happy time. In
fnct, It Is n play equally Interesting
nnd rnjoynblo for nil.
Mnllnco prices prevail this nfler
jioim, nnd reserved sent tickets for nil
children under fifteen years will bo
no ecu's In nny part of the limine. Hog
itlur Operu House prices Ibis evening.
Seats may bo reserved nt Wall,
If you haven't seen "The College Wi
dow," don't let slip tho opportunity of
r.cciiiR It this afternoon or this even
Ign. You'll like It.
REAL ESTATE THAN3AGTION8.
Recorded April 19, 1006.
I'mnullnc M Mngooli and hsb (J A)
to Harry S. (irny; D; porllr &'..", Kail
hi, Hoiio'ulu: $:,((). II 278, p 1'JI. Dat
ed Apr 17. laws.
Harry S dray to I'nimcllno M Ma
goou; M; pur (ir. nu,', Kallhl, Honolu
lu; S;i7r,. II 27a, p lai'. Dated Apr 17.
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goon: M: ur Or r,a.'i. Knllbi. Honolulu,
wuuu; f.iin. ii -tJt p if... ifjicu ,iu
S Hale to C Ah Nee; 1.; pc land. I'.i
nkn. Ilcinokobau. Maul; yrs at $3.", per
milium; 11 2.s:t. p 117. Dated Apr 1. l'.itll.
W II Cornvvell tn l'lrst National
1I....I nt W .I1..1... I.tf. ll..nl.ii.L' umip.
, ,iii,i . iiuiiunii, w.i., ,. .m. ,.., ,...r
ous, furniture, etc, Walknpu. Maul:
?CU0. II 27a, p ino. Dated Apr 13, 11)00.
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Tho Catholic Church of St. John thn
Hapllst, Knllhlwaeua, lu charge of He
1'iither Clumcnl. Tumoriuw, April ".'a,
ticcoiid Sunday lifter Hinder Suiidav.
the Sunday uf the Ooud Shepherd. H'.OU
n. tn., high m.ibs, sermun, lollectlon,
Silliday reliool. I p. lu. Hosury.
Tho Catholic Church of Our l.ady or
the Mount. Kaliilnul (Kallhl-uka) in
charge of Itev. r.ilber Clement. Tu
muiiuvv, April I'ath, sccoiid Sunday lif
ter Hauler Suudjy, 11 ti. tu., mass, ser
inon. tollectlon. 3 p, in, collection.
Next duy, April 30, 7 ti. in., communion
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