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KVKNINfl BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T II.. MONDAY. MAP.CH 2, 190S
PHI IW lii
Kick First At Decisions
And Because Game
11 Is Postponed
BAnln Pii i k ns m-nily Ihi p.-hp of
tfrn rloln ycttonlay, while tin- Imsm
Will Kiimn win playo'l Uiei-i-. It wan
Billy li the nctlon f dm enmity i,
llco tliut ILU was iircrcntcil. In tlio
Drst Kamo, tlio ilcctaluti of W. Tin
ClimiR, tlio secretary of tlio HI v oroide
Junior Lcaguo, wlio wns umpiring tlio
fruno in tlio absence of Kn Sue, tlio of
ficial umpire, came near cihisIuk n ill?-
tnrbancu. ChmiK Intcmlutl to bo fair
It) Ills ilccUlnna, but im Ib coinmun at
lliat park, the ilutlea of nn umpire are
itlfllrult to carry out to tlio satfsfitc
t Ion of botli teams without jorue klckb
from cither one side or nnolber. This
tjfouble occurred when tho game be
twcuti the Nippon team anil the Anla
A. C. took place. It waH n ureal Kamo,
for thirteen Innings wero pluyetl when
tho Anln8 finally won by the Bcoro of
q.t0 s. . ffiana
The second gamo between tho Sweet
Violets anil tho Chinese Alohas, Jr..
rtbln't enil with any better peace than
tho first gnmo. After live Innings
were plnycit, with the stamlliiK of II
to 7 In favor of tho Chlncs Ia,l, I'res
lileiit Vlerra of the Kalanlanaole
I.eagno Interfered and asked that the
game bo positioned to le room for
the hamp!uushlp game between the
Chinese A. C. and the Kr.iUa A. C
.This rcnuust was met with illBapprov-
nl from tho teams of tho Ithersidc
Junior League and hoc In uhcio an
other fight was stopped tlmniRl. the
Interference of the police. At las
Jitter a long talk between the officers
'5f the two lunettes, the request was
granted and tho field vacated by the
" Tho scorea and line-ups of tho two
IJamcH'wcro as follows:
ft first cauc.
Aala A. C. Sam Hop, if.; Clement,
ft.; Leslie. 2b.; Hoop.il, rf.; Ilritto,
lb.; Sllva, c; Corroa, bs.; Smith, p.
jjAsahl A. C Isanil, lb ; Tsunlto, If.;
llnsa, 3b.; TetsuJI, p.; Sakichl, ss.;
Sfeere, 2b.; Goto, rf.; Hideo, cf.;
Seoie by Innings:
1 2 3 4 5 C 7 8 910 11 12
Vlalai .110 0 0 0 0 0 11
.yw,ii l , iiii,..,mb.i,w
I S Going Out of j T StQ j NfutsHell Going Out of (J I
I business IIIC Lr in a iutsnen BIT SIN ESS 1
I o " Great Sacrifice k Men, " o I
I U General Line of c I WE C0N T0 .. ladip Wiwlfn I
I t a'e S' t Women and t !
I DRY GOODS on Monday Morning KetiFe ntMnn Underwear I
p moaasaBSBnBBfj ' 2r 1 1 FP.0M business. LnHQrcll MEammmmvmw I
I At Our Nuuanu Street Store, and iTfc g j rnt "B
F SHOES 7tf.fc- j Rich and Poor Silks F
j mMmn Nuuanu Street Store j ' ma ok ""
I mmm ! 30days ' Bjante .
57wawirtiff.i-Hfflftftnfil , ftf "XOU WILL NEVER HAVE ANOTH- " " X
I TnilTATIP SA1 F ENTIRE STOCK ER CHANCE TO BUY AT P C JL " I
TRUNKS mLL such Comforters
Si tswmw , EIDCUL0USLY Z1 n, I
ti EEaH2aaaBE3 Ever Known in the History of VlUSt DC jOIQ ItMfmHilPfWyymWWB M B
2 Honolulu in ' I
I VALISES "KTkST RelessofC(st Low Prices Hats, Caps
ft You Know What This Meant LgawHHHmtnMHia C0ME T0 TKE STOnE AND BE 0 1
I U CONVINCED.
I HI KTo Reasonable if bh I ll CS fit l005"!009"!0 Q4"r4T3k Prices out boyold" ' H I
1 ' Offer Refused I CC XJl LCtl I NUUANU ST. O lUI C reoognitiou
SWKKT VIOMIT A. C.
AH It II1I HI! O
Ah. Hook. If !
N. t'ctcnjon, lb. . .3
Ktinlll, f.s 'J
I- l(irc, c 1
I-nlil, 31) 3
"tlley, 2b. ....
Totals . . . .
.23 7 5 0 12
All It till SI) O
MrClmnn, ef 3 1 0 0 1
Matkhniii. ib. ...3 1 1 0 2
T. en. cs 1 1 0 1 1
Kenloha. 3b 2 2 0 2 (I
Sullivan, if 3 n tl 0 ,0
Alonu.li 2 2 0 1 U'
Chow. If I 1 1 2 0
Ho Mm, lb 3 1 0 1 fi
F.ngllsli, c 1 2 1 0 r,
Totals It) 11 3 7 ID 8 i
Seoip by lnnlims
Sweet Violets 3 0 10 37
Chinese Alohas, Jr 0 i) 2 11
Tliretvli.-uo Hit l'ln.-na.
Wllil l'ltcli Knpal 2.
St! nek out lly Kabul 4, Aluoa 3.
Huso on Halls Off Knpal II, Aioua I.
lMxsvil Hall Kngllsh.
All It III! SH O A i:
E. Heine, If 3 1
Kulll, If 2 2
II. Leslie, 2b 4 2
Ah Toon, cf 4 (I
A. Souza, rf-c. ...C
11. Ilallcy. bs 4 0
J. Leslie, 3li-rf. ...4 1
.1 Clement, c-3b..5 1
M. Cnrrea, lb. . ..4 2
.1. McCaudless, p. .5 2
Totals 41 11 11 14 24 13 7
C. A. C.
Ail It HII SI! O
Slug Chong, ss.
J. Leong, cf. . ,
Tal Chnn, H. ..
Oho llul, c
C. Apau, rf-lb ..
C. Y. Mark. p. .
!2. S. Kong, .ib.
Kn Sang, lb ....
I.o Hon, if
Totals 37 12 9 8 27
Score by Innings
1 2 3 4 S C 7 8
nuns 2 0010014
Huso HUB 2 0 0 2 1114
C. A. C
Huns 3 3 0 10 0 5 0 12
Ilaso Hits 2 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0
IVI'mWrMitMiMti-gM HM m 'Jfmmm ,-! "iiniJ" Jy m'"1" !" wmm0wmnmr-m.
balls-Off Mark C, Mc
-lly Mnrk 7. McCand-
Sacrifice lilts Ah Toon, I.eong 2,
Two bate Hits Kulll 2, J. ClPnmil
2, Corn i. Slug rlinng, Lomie 2.
Tlnroliilii lilts ChO Hill.
Hit by I'llihcd Hall .1. Leslie,
Pasted Halls Clio llul 1, Clement 2.
Wild Pitches Mark 1, McCandlesa
Umpire IM I'cinandez.
Time of Runic --2 hourB 30 minutes
Senior -V T. Hapozo.
t: it t:
ri. fm.n..,n in,,.,, ,,r tb v. M. C.
Ill last Kill lUKt'liiei "'i I'utit-.
out n victory from the huskies of tho
Diamond Head club by the closo score
of 2 to 1. Tho game was keenly con
tested throughout, for both tennis
Showed considerable Improvement In
The second game wns between tho
Mnllcs nnd the Punnhous, and, as
usual, the Malles camo out wan tno
long unit oi me scoio. me concBe
lailr. put up a warm light, and mndo
sevHnl good trjs,'for goal, hut they
wero fruitless, the score ending 2
The line-ups nnd standing of tho
dubs In the league nro iib follows:
Y. M. C. A. Coal. Ulckard; full
backs, tlrclg, Swift, half backs, Kca,
Dixon, Kwlng; forwards, Macconel,
Woo. Anderson, Illackman, Spalding.
t Diamond Heads Coal, (Irtine;
full backs, H. Clark, J. Clark; half
backs, K. Chllllngworth, II. Chilton,
I). Sherwood; fonvnrds, Kcmandcz,
V. Chllllngwoith, S. Chllllngworth.
Smythe, P. Schmidt.
Keforec J. II. Klddcs.
Linesmen Mark Johnson, Paul
The llnc-up In the second game
Malles Goal, Iielsor; full backs,
K. Andorcon, J. McOHl; half hacks,
K. Davis, K. Chllllngwoith, Center;
forwntds, Dwlght, Oray, II. llulley,
V. Crulk, J. Clark.
Punnhous Goal, Krnzler; full
backs, Ualcomhc. C. Davis; halt
hacks, K. Wtthlngtnn, Aklna, Thomp
Km; forwards, J. Catton, Mon Yin,
It. It. Ciittn, Mncaulay, S. Dodge.
Kcferee J L. Cockbum.
Paul Super, Mnrk
D. II.'s .. .
Y. M. C.
Theto were two cracking good
fights nulled off Saturday night by
tho Knit Shnftcr Athletic Association
between holdlcts fiom tho fort. Tlio
first number was a faBt bout between
Musician Oakle and l'rlvnto Illnl,
which ended In u draw. Tho BCcnirJ
mill was the main event, when Mu
slclnn Mnrsh and Private Howo cross
ed fists. Mnrsh had Howo going af-
cr n few ion nils nnd would prob-
inbly hae put his man to sleep had '
in... .. i i it...i rt i.. i. np
B ni '""-'" rilll-'" "" " "" "'
'eiec. They were both good scraps.
.. ti it
I Did Rube Waddcll cost St. Louis
h million or was he n gift horse?
'That Is the question. Tho first re-
' t.ort wns that St. Louis nald Connie
, Muck Mimcthlng llko ?8000 for theKaal, Lulling, Kngllsh
'big southpaw. Later dope Is that (
Connie Mack, after having several '
niiinnrpin fnti lilm in kppn Ills errntlc
1)ltcllcri ,, nm, ,)rc9Cnted him to his '
fr,nniI McAleer. This mnv bo the
caBCi but H fl cvcn ))CtnB t)int Bome
,I)oney cnnnBCj handa wlicn Wtddcll
g reIcaaei, to tll0 llown8.
it :: tt
Tno wrestling manngcrs arc hllcd
1 1 come together this afternoon nt
2 o'clock, when they will cither put
'ol. Bi,llt ,,, Kddlo Talt Is suro
J cn0Ugh ready to put up, for nt their
inst meeting he wns nourishing tho
J0iow boys. Vlda says that ho Is
Iin flxc, to ,mt u) a forfeit of (torn
j jll0 t0 jiooo, but 'money talks."
I tt tt t:
Jlarney Joy has been refused tho
iiilss in salary he demanded from the
lloston Nationals, nnd now ho an
nounces that he Ib perfectly willing
to stay In Honolulu and pound iron
lor nwhlle. He will do tho twirling
for the St. Louis team.
-, j. Jt t
"Lemon" Squlics lias bobbed up In
Paris, Kianrc, and ho may be able to
get a match with colored Sam McVey
wno is nil tho lago theie now.
tt tt n
Toirfmy nurns Is not to blnmo bo
cause ho Ib the best of a poor lot.
The Palatini Athletic Club hold n
meeting tomorrow night.
Sailor's Take Measure
Tho first game In the champion
ship series of tho Atkinson Lcag'io
resulted In a victory for tho sailor
lads from the U. H. S, Iroquois, who
took the I'olico team Into camp to
tho tune of 18 to 17. The sallot'H
rtarted out with n grand blare In tho
first Inning, copping eloven scores.
The rest of tho gatno was u swatfest
almost as bad. In tho seventh Inn-
lug tho Policemen got busy and tied
'tho fccore and It was nofj until tho,
finnl rnnln tlinf ITnr.In R-ini'n rnnn i
final canto Hint Undo Sams men
were able to turn tho trick that won
tho game for them.
Here's n summarizing history of
Homo run: II. Kaal.
Thrco-baso hit: llutlcr, Madclros,
Two-base hit: Pedcro (2), llutlcr,
Sacrifice lilt: llutlcr. Ksnlnda.
Left on b:isc3:
I'olico 9, Iroquois T. '
Ksplndn to Miner,!
Tlmns to Akuua.
Hit by pitcher: Van Glctscn, Kspln
dn, Ltinlng, Kcatohn. ,
Stolen bases: I'olico 9, Iroquois 1).
Struck out: lly Madclros I, by Kn-'
liases on called balls: lly Kngllsh J
0, by Madclros 3. I
Wild pitch: Uy Kngllsh 2, by Ma-,
Passed balls: lly llutlcr 2, by Lu
Tlmo of Gunie: 2 hours 10 min
utes. Umpire: Kn Sue.
Score by Innings:
U. S. S 110 2 00 2 20 118
llaso hits ...71200321 2 18
Hon. Police ,...02350(170 017
llase hits ...034C10C1 222
it tt tt
Hascball nines fiom the American
licet played the national gnmo in
bull-rings at Lima, Peru, on Wash
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Tho University of Washington A.
A. will bring Stanford nnd Berkeley
towing crews north to race this
spring on Lake Washington.
IS NOW ON
Remnants of all descriptions
WASH, WOOLEN and FANCY
II OF lit
Break Into Warehouse
And Consume Plunder
A thirst which wns stronger than1""'!'' tho smashed icmalns or Its
i..i. ....,... f... i. i... .,.lliicthrcn1 wns consumed on tho spot,
their res nect for tno law overcame , .... ... '.
tome bibulous gentlemen of Kownlo u, "'n,"r People "is morn b
i. ii.. .i i -.i- . -.i,..'icportcd tho matter to the police,
last night, nnd. In order to satisfy
their crnvlng for the cup that cheors
they broke Into tho watohnuse of tho
nalnler bottling plant und stole,
took nnd cnrrled away n barrel of
Tho thirsty burglars entered
tnrough a window. Onco insido tho
building they could easily open the
great double door, which thoy did,
and through it they rolled a barrel
containing sovcnty-flvc quart bottles
cf tho sparkling fluid which Is guar
Lj'ilu J i.'Waw
nntced to drive dull cnto away. When
hey had rolled their precious burden
borne hundred feet away tho tlilrtt
which harried theso burglarious
tanks oVcrcamc their caution, and
they smashed In the barrel nnd took
out Its contents.
In tho quiet night tho desperate)
revelers made merry, Bitting on n
Htreot-corner nnd pouring down bot
tle after bottlo of tho stolen booze.
That their thirst was great is shown
by the fact that every bottlo of tho
sevcnty-flvc, with tho exception of
ono which was evidently overlooked
und which was found this morning
who nro now Investigating it. Tho
sleuths have one clue, nnd that Is
that there must have been several
pcoplo concerned In tho burglary,
they having mado tho logical deduc
tion that thoro is r.o man, at IcaK
not in Honolulu, who could dilnlc
fovonty-four bottles of beer in ono
editorial rooms 256 busl
nets office Thee ar tht new tel
ephone numbers of the Bulletin officer
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