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The sockor game between tennis ot
the High School find Kam plajcrs
w.is imllei) oft satisfactorily yestcr
dav afternoon nt tho Kam campus.
The first Iclok off was at 1:10 p. ni.,
lather later than the tltnu nnnoiinc
ej for the cunimcnccment of llay.
Kroni utmt to finish the Kiun ptnjors
liatl tlio hall nlmo3t continually In
'the Ulshs' territory. At tlio last
I art of the lire I half a free kick was
allowed tho Kama from tho 10-yara
line. Captain Kamaloplll fooled tlio
ball falily Into tho goalkeeper's
hands anil noon after tha half ended
v, Ith no score. At tho starting of tho
set end lin If Murray ot tho Kama
kicked off. Team work then canto
Into play on tlio Kama' part and a
tilo of Kama --Kamaloplll. McKoiir.lo
..nd Ahmin nindo a concerted play
vvhHi hiotight the hall to goal fi out
(cnici In about nlao beconds, tho
pint being aided by Murray.
Thl win places tho Kama to the
loie with tho Punnhous and their
lmt meet will bo undoubtedly lliter
("ttni; Kamaloplll und'Akmiu wore
the star players 111 tlita gntuo for tho
KuniB. ulillo Amliewa scintillated fur
:: t: s
Thcro la a kick against the order
of I'veuta in placed on tho Kam track
PjoRiani. The participants consider
that It la not right to liavo n 1 00
aid dash, then n one-mllo relay aft
er tho finals of tho 100 yards, ns the
lonimltteo has planned.
The Kam boys paid it visit In
goodly number to tlio big shark at
tho Aquarium jestcrday.
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The standing of the tcninn In focl;
cr play N as follows:
' I'lnypil Won I.ou
Kitnia 3 J 1
l'lni.iiiou.n :: s i
iiikIim :i o a
:: :t ts
On I'rlday next, the 7th lust., tho
deciding galne In socker will bo play
cd on the Kani'H camptiM. bctweeii
il'r l'lmaliou and Kam teams. If the
I'tiii'hoiia win they become chumps
for 1U0X; IT tho Kaius win then tho
i'tnm will linMt to obtain a record, by
heating the IJIghs, to contest again.
:: :: ::
Stanley Livingston," tho popular
teacher at the Kamchiiuieha Schools,
lias decided to help the boys out In
their track practise. Mr. Livingston
tibes hla own time fo.- this good work,
tho trustees not having provided an
(Continued from Pace 11
"Will on do some writing wlillo
here '" was HRkeil.
"Oh, now, let's not talk shop,"
milled tljo charming celebrity. "My
husband and I enmo down hero pri
marily for test and recreation, but
miu Know how 11 It, ono Just cannot
kipp from writing. I very seldom
do nnv descriptive writing, but, of
nurse, I will be inaklng mental notes
II ihn time. I air. here, and piobably
Hill write i-omo,
' I i ue all ni magazine contracts
for the coming car fulfilled, nud
think I deserxo a lllllo rest. 1 inn
looking forwaid with n gient ileal ot
anticipation to my stay In the Inl
and, for 1 Iwivo always lieurd so
much ulioiit their wonderful beauty.
In all my travels mound tho world,
t have novov as jet found n mora
beautiful spot than Jamaica, but,
trom all reports, Honolulu and thu
via Inns Islands must bova closo rival.
At any rnt. I mil willing to bo t on
verted. This 1b my verj flrtt trip on
I ho Pacific oceaiC d hnvo been in
I'.illfornlii a iiiimbcr of times before,
but never on u tea trip on this side."
Through nn l-rrnr It was slated yes
teid.iy that (ico. A. Davis nsststol
.1. J. Dunne in tho trial of tho Stan
ley Dollnr cute. D.ivIh tried tho
caso us tho solo connect for tho plain
tiffs boforo .ludgo Dolo and got tho
decision which wan confirmed by tho
Circuit Court of Appeals.
Hubert W. Irwin, kiiho u Hawaiian
minister In Toklo, Is n through pas
senger on tlio I'ncllle Mall steamer
.Mongolia, ills linnio Is lu Toklo,
Attorney !'. M. Ilrooks Is return
ing to Shanghai on tho Mongolia. Ho
was at Washington watching tho out
como of his ciido.
W. A. Kinney and It. A. Kenrns,
tho stenographer, loturned from Ka
uai tndiy on the Mlltulinln,
wwmi i, mi iih.ih
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TAFT AID HKKS
Former Mcutennnt Covcrnor Audcr
son of tho Stale of California arrived
licro this morning on the Mongolia,
and ho will rcniMn here for a month
or po, resting and cnJolng himself.
Ho hns Jnat returned from a trip In
thu Kant, mid did not have nil oppor
tunity to geo Governor 1'ardeo, who
was expected to also arrive today on
thu lMcino Mnll liner, beforo ho left
"Qinurnor Pardee could not lcao
California at this time on account of
proas of business, the nature of which
1 do not know," said Mr. Anderson,
"and 1 nm nut prepiued to say when
he will bo able to make his proposed
lrli to the islands. I was so rushed
to get ready for im own trip, nfter
juM. lctmnlng from Hie Hast, that I
had no opporluiillv to sie him.''
"As to tho political outlook In the
Kast, theio Is not wry much to say.
t think It la about a stand off as yet
between Hughes and Tafl for the pres
idency. Hughes has fniged to the
front very rapidly Indeed In the lap'
few months nud he is making his
rpilot iivor felt considerably nil over
tho country. Hu Is one of those qui"',
unassuming men who do things In nil
effective manner, wiille of courso Taft
has a wolidcrfiill) huge following,
due, I think, to (he supposed lalluciico
of President Hooiewlt, all over tho
United States. The clouds on tho k
Utle.il horizon ate Just beginning to
melt away, but they have not ns yet
lifted lo an extent, where Iho shining
faco of the most probablu candidate
for tho Presidency imiy bo discerned
"Wlillo there has been soino tnlk
about nominating (iowrnnr l'nrdco,
of Cnllfnrnlu, for the leu-prosldcncy,
1 do not think that he Is at nil seek
ing thu position, nor does lie want the
nomination. However. 1 wouldn't like
to bo quoted podUv us saying that
this is true, fur I am speaking more
from personal opinion than from ac
tual knowledge. Thcru Is no doubt
but Hint, If the honor should come to
tho West, Pardee would bo nblo to
hold Ills own, and he Is n very repre
sentative man, too. lint 1 hardly
think that matters wilt shape thcui
i.elvcs in tills maimer, and I am pretty
Hiiro that l'.irdee i not ovactly Touch
ing for tho plum.'
t TELLS' OF OUrv CHUSCHES
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(Continued from Ptae 1)
hIdiw hsd fused inti. it plinutusnia-
kit!, so-IUmI it seemod.us If ho had
been on a trip ihiough fair laud.
This trip no hud more limo to see
tho Islands and hnd been permitted
to sco Oaliu, Maui and Hawaii pret
ty tlioioughl) In courtesy, the Kl-1
nail beat all hu.UB, except one, ho!
has over been.
Tho speaker wont on to describe
tlio pcenle beauties of Hawaii, es
pecially the Volcano, Maul, tho su
gar mills mid tho O. It. K. I.. Co.,
giving n tribute to tha business fore-
Right of II. F. Dillingham.
Ho had met tho Hawaiian busi
ness men In their homes, had Been
tuo sugar and coffco plantation;,
which furnished another phaiitnuma
gorla of Inilastilal Impressions. Ho
bellovcd that the beat way to piotuoto
tho archipelago would bo to keep up
Iho icpulatliiu for honest dealing
which the Teirltni' had built up. mil
which Includes uven tho curio dealer
It should be best to devlso wns n
keep the strangers here, mid In this
mdttcr the outside Islands should not
The Volr.inii was worth ,gollig far
eruption, where a pit of hell could
bo seen which "had made mo form
njilous resolution In regard to my fit
lino life." Any man who hnd seen
tlieso sights must becomo nu apostle
Men should bo Induced to slay hero
and they might remain peiiuitiiently.
Ho thought that many new Industries
would be developed mid It waa
through these that tho future of Ha
waii would be sticilgthciicd.
'i'ho speaker waa profoundly grate
ful fur the hospitality shown his own
and other churclres, though ho re
marked Ills surprise that no mention
had been m.uUi of tho Methodist
(hitrcli In Haw all's promotion Itter.v
turo. He thought that Hawaii
t-hould ndvertlsn her churches, and
advised that tho moio churcnes could
bo brought hero tho moro Interest
would be n.vakened In Hawaii. There
Is u groat niimbor of church peoplo
who could ho brought to an Interest
in Hawaii through tho church lltor
aturo. Illbhop Moore gained a round of
applause when lu closing his remarks
ho said ho hoped tho yacht Hawaii,
which ho went to seo yesterday,
would win her ritco, and ho oppressed
the liopo that Hawaii should win ev
ery good rnro In which her people!
wore onteied for tlio betterment of
S. Klkawa, a well-known Japanese
engineer, la leturnlng hi Japan In tho
Col. John lllddlo was ono of the
Mougqlln puiyeugers arriving today.
Mis II t'ocl.o eanio back on the
WW? JeS ut
Tho woman on tho right never
used Ayor'a Hair Vigor. Sho neg
lected her hair, and now herself suf
fers from neglect. On tho contrary,
the woman on tho loft has always
used Aycr'a Hair Vigor, and owes
to it much of her youthful appear
anco and attractiveness.
produces beautiful hair. I.onp,
rich, heavy hair. Soft and silky
hair, frco from dandruff.
Vitptnl by Dr. I. C. Ajtr 4 C , ImiK, hu. U.S. A.
m mm mi
Hoy (iraham, tho young son of W.
M. (Iraham, hnd nil exceedingly close
escape from death lust evening in an
auto accident. Tho boy wus crossing
down Kaplolanl street on a bicycle
As ho crowd Itcretnnla street, Man
ager Ilertscho ot tho Young and Mo
unt Hotels came along In his auto
mobile bound for town.
Ilertscho swung his car across the
car track to avoid running Into till
boy, hut lu spite of this tho ninchlnti
Btiuck tho wheel and rider. 'Hie boy
(aught tho radiator of tho auto and
plucklly hung on to it. In this po
sition ho was tarried ns far lis tho
(luli-house for the employees of tho
Hiiplil Transit Co., where ho w.u
rlinken off and fell to Iho ground.
(lerrlt Wilder, who happened to
(mini along In his machine, picked
Ito) up and took him to Ills home,
where he la now receiving ti eminent
Ho was bruised considerably hut a
not believed to luivo been seriously
Injured. Tho wheel was practically
The Ciisllo Kstnto will soon add an
1 other largo donation to tho already
large Ilsl of girts which havo been
made b It to Iho public of Honolulu
The Kstale has ihclded to give tho
huge piece of ground on King street
whcio tho Knvvaliihao Seminary and
tho Castlu Homo now stand, for some
public purpose, though llm prcrlrc
nature of this h?s nut been decided
upon as yet.
It has been rumored during tho Lift
few dnyn that tho Casllo Kstnto in
Iciulcd to give this pioperty its' a site
for a town hall, but this appears to ha
"No. I hnvo nut heard anything
about that," r.tld W. It. Castlo thlt
morning when questioned In regard to
this repoit. 'Ilovvovor, tlio Hstnte
wmio tlmo ago bought the ground
whcio tho Kawnlahiio Seminary
stands, nud when this Institution has
been moved to Mauoi on tho comple
tion of thu now buildings there, It Is
tho Intention to give tho site, us well
ns that of tho Castlo Home, which wux
moved to Mntio-i it short tlmo ugo, for
ponio public purposrym n vote by the
Kstuto, but (he purpose for which It
will hu given has not been decided
upon us yet.
,"lt ban been suggested that thu site
bo used for tint new children's hos
pltnl, bill I do not know w bother It
would bo biiltablo for that purpo.to, nt
tho land Is rather low nnd water cap
bo struck by digging down n very few
Dr. I,. K. Cofor. of tho United
Stutes Marino Hospital Sort ten, ie
turned today on, tho Tactile Mall liner
Mongolia. Ho wns mot nt tho wharf
by Captain Otwcll.
M. Ynno. n prominent Japanese, la
a iliioiiL-li nnsseiiKer on thu Mongolia.
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il. M. Thomas, n rcvenuo agent, ac
companied by Mrs. Thomas, arrived
today In tho Mongolia.
Mr. and .Mrs. Itobcrt SI. Wlleox
came down on tho Mongolia today.
Ceo, llodlek, artompaulod by wife
nnd two children, letiirned on tho
Mr. and Mrs. Untold Klco arrived
on the Mongolia today.
Manager H. K. Hull, of Wnlpahu
plantation, returned today on tho Mou
golht. Ho Is looking well. ,
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ADMISSION 25 CENTS
Thursday, Feb. 6, 1908,
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nt I p. m., lo consider tho applica
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License nt the premises known ns tho
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