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WHAT'S THE USE
of doing without the comforts of life. that cost no raoic than the
necessities whose place they take?' Why do without good lights,
for instance, when they are no more expensive than poor lights?
is a luxury that costs no more than the poorest kind of light.
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Managers Can't Come To
Terms, Meet Again
Ilniifl I'roelecher ntul Mltsuka, tlio
unknown Japanese," ure not match
ed for a wrestling liout jot, forall
of the fact tlmt the two managers
met yesterday afternoon at Jack
Scully's for that purpose. After nn
liour of nrgulng anil talking, tlio
two men, Vldn anil Tnlt, founil them
eles In exactly the samo place they
tero hefoie they met, so they dccld
oil to postpono the signing of articles
until next Wednesday, when Mitsukn
would he hero to have his little Bay.
Vlila 'stated that he had been au
thoilzed hy the monojed man of his
tide, J. Onn, to offer 55 per cent, of
the gross receipts for tlio pilrllcge of
promoting the match. This Gfi per
lent was to go, winner ako all, to
the man who ii3 all to tlio candy at
the end of the 'bout. IMillo Tnlt did
n(. I louii with faor on the Idea of
Mng these men run the proposition
and he said He alto stated that.
I to his mind. Joe Cohen would be
about the real McCoy as u promoter.
Joe, lie said, had the reputation as a
promoter, and no he made this Fort
of thing his business, he would be
to man who would get the classy at
tendance at tlio show.
Vlrta seemed to he perfectly ogrco
oblo to this providing Joe nnde the
amo promoting olfer as he hiul done
-and providing thut Tnlt would
come through with u $500 side hot
That was where tlio shoe plnchd.
Kddle, than whom thero nic few bet
ter when It conipn to slinging tho
(oln, said very emphatically that all'
i he would guarantee as a side bet was
$100, which he was ready to post at
an time. He nlho raid that Hans,
the big Swltzcr, would probably bet
fir, l) on himself
lack Scully offered to run the
match mid split tho gato h(J and CO,
but It wasn't n long enough end for
the mixers. It bocined. Vldn wanted
the alternative of substituting an-j
ether man for Mltsuka In case tho
lattcr's sprained arm should keep him
cut of tho game. Talt looked with '
dlsfnor on this,
Anyway, tho men nre hilled to
hook up again Wednesday.
BASHFUL HMD IKS
OF SUNK BAIL (HE
"What I think of last Sunday's
baseball at Aula l'ark? Why, I
think tho Japanese team played one.
of tho best games with the Aalas In
Unit park this season," stated Iler
rard Kclekolio, the president of tho
league, this morning. "Yes: tho
decisions given by Chong, who was
umpiring tho game In the absence of
12n Sue, were sometimes a llttlo off,
but I am confident Hint he meant to
bo fair, all light," ho concluded
Preliminary basoball prnclleo will
be bemi by the members of tho 1)1 1
inond Head Athletic Club team tomor
row uftcrnoMii n Anla l'ark Instead of
the profosslon.il Hold. Tho trustees
havo refused tho use of tho field to tho
plnjcrs for their piactlco, and they
are forced to use whalover grounds
can be sccwd It Is Impressing tho
li: FIRST PORT
San Pedro Has No Mar
ine Ways For
I'or someitlme It has been tho Idea
of the Yacht Committee to send tho
Hawaii directly to .San I'edro, Cali
fornia, from which point the Trans
I'aclflc Race starts, hut later devel
opments have shown that this will
not, be for the best. Mr,. Mclncrny
has received a lottor from Frank
Tandy, Pacific Coast agent for II, 11.
Crownlnshleld, tho designer of tho
jacht. In which he states that thero
mo no marine ways at San Pedro,
I. ml tlieio nre not proper facilities
for docking tlio yacht whilo bIio Is
waiting for the beginning of the
Consequently the Hawaii will pro
bably bo ?rom hero direct to Sm
Kiunelsco There will undoubtedly
be certain repairs to be mado to tho
yacht when she arrives on the Pa
clllc Coast. Slio is a now boat, and
everything cannot bo expected to be
perfect after n 2500-mllc voyage. So
when sho nirlvcs In Frisco, Frank
'tnndy. In company with tho captain
of tho jncht, will Investigate her
thoroughly and do eorythlng that
is necessary for the betterment of tho
running of tho yacht.
The splendid oil painting of the
jncht La Pnloina, which has been
presented to tho llauull by tho artUt,
I). Howard Hitchcock, has a special
rigniucancc. me panning wus iiiuub
en tho first day that I.a Paloma
reached this harbor, and therefore
represents the (list cruising yacht of
considerable size belonging In Ha
waiian waters. The picture will
probably hang In the captain's cabin.
Frank Tandy, who wrote to Mr
Mclncrny, has a CO-foot jacht, tho
I.adc Ada, which ho Is willing to
sell. He wants xnuuu ror ins crou.
iThoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
i The pure-bred Jersey Bulls, Ojibwty of Y B., A. J. C. C, No. 00247,
,and Quenon Lad, 2nd A. J. C. C, No. G2304, at service at $10.
Tel. 890 The Pond Datey
ii.....i ...t.,i it i,o ,,,., i,i Super. Jas. Thonipton, C. Maknnul,
i ... h,. a.i. i.,.n, h. wn, un " Olmos. J. Kealoha, H Leslie,
Who Will Twirl for Diamond Heads
local ball players' cry strangely that
tho use of (ho professional Held is do
nled them for practice. They claim
that tho grounds aro In good condition,
and there lit no moto work to bo done
on them before tho opening of tho sea
And again, tho uso of tho grounds
would trnd to make them better pre
pared for the ccason's opening, for all
the rough and haul spots would havo
been Bnioothed out by tho time tho
first regular game Is placed. Never
theless, tho plnrj hno been refused
their uso, according to Manager For
rnndcz of tho Diamond Head A. C,
end tho practlco tomonow will bo at
Mnncger Fernandez utys that ho In
tends to put tho plujcrs thioiigh tho
Moi'oU kind of grilling piactlco be
fore the season opens. Ho has tho
fallowing men on his list for a turn
out tomorrow afternoon, and thero nre
tovoinl othprs on whom he has tho
grasping eyo. Hore they are:
W. Chllllngworth. S. Chllllngworth,
.1. Darcy, J. Kla, J. Fcinamles, J. V,
Tho,formal Opening of the Mnnoa
Valley Tennis Club took place Sat
urday afternoon. The evont wns n
toclal as well as an athletic success,
for there was a largo attendance of
the fair sex present. '
bovoral faBt match games wcro
played In which n, number of tho
prominent local enthusiasts took
part. Merger's band furnished mu
sic during the afternoon.
Tho Pacific Tonnls Club has Issued
a return challenge to the members
of the Beretahlft '.Tennis Club 'apt) a
men's' doubles tou'rnam'eht will be
plajcd next Saturday afternoon on
the Pncllle courts. As far as posslblo
tiia bamo players will be arrayed
ugalnst each other as in tho last
tournament played on the llcrctanla
courts. Tho committee from tho
Pacific Club in chargo of tho ar
rangement of the details consists of
W. Williamson, F. E. Steere, and It.
popular lately with tho baseball
fans, who gathered thero In Inrgo
numbcis each Sunday to witness the
games. The International games
have been very Interesting, and some
ol them have been real good baseball
Thoie Is no doubt but that when the
former Itlversldo League reorganizes
Itself ngaln. It will receive the 'sup
port of the public, ns baseball at that
park has alwajs been good clean
RACING MOTORS FIND
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Leslie, L. H. Crook.
" MILLER STREET TENNIS
The opening game of the Mll'er
street tennis tournament, between
M Phillip and M. J. Serp.1 was won
hy tho former by the tcoio of G-U, G-0?
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Goshen, Ind Feb, 22. Tho Amor
lean car of tho New York-to-Parls I
ate, driven by Mqntnguo Roberts,
left heio at 8:35 this, morning with'
r. prosper t of bettor roads ahead than
any that had so fnr" been traversed
on tho trip across Northern Indlnna, '
Itoberts expected to make South llond .
before, night. .
Kcndallsvlllc, Intl., Feb. 22. Re
freshed by a thirty hours' rpst Jn
this city, Sartorl with tho Italian
car loft hero at 8 o'clock this morn
1 ing. He oxpected to reach Llgonter,
twenty miles west, hy noon,
St, Chnffrny Is still repairing his
French car nnd oxpects to get away
s tt tf
JOCKEY SHAW STAYS HOME
Now York, N. V Feb. 1. It was
Irained last night Hint Jockey Wil
liam Shaw, who has been riding with
MiccoNB lu Qcimany, has decided to
remain In Amorlca and rldo on the
tracks In the vicinity of Now York,
fihnw Is likely to don tho colors of
the Cassldy stables.
Oakland fans have demanded that
thrco games of baseball ho, played
i' cross tho bay each week.
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A. B. Sprcck.els' 2-year-old (Illy,
Caimlsa( broke the American record
iccord for three and a halt furlongs
recently, going that distance at Em
eryville in 40 2-C seconds.
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Mcellck was the favotlte In the
classy flold thnt Btnrted In tho his
toric California deiby and won by
over a length.
Jlmmlo Mcllalo of tho Stockton
club leads tho California Stnto Leaguo
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Sugarmatd recently ciualod tho
Kmoryvlllo track record In tho mllo
nnd twenty yards race.
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At tho stnrt of the betting, Abo
Attell was a 10-to-8 favorite over
Hddlo Kelly before their fight.
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Tho Chicago Whito Sox havo a
Aamo scheduled 'with tho University
of California nine when they reach
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1). a. May has presented n ling
'with a history" to tho yacht Hawaii.
Thrco clubs moot tonight PR
lama A, C Riverside Junior Baso
ball League, and Diamond Head A, C.
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students and compliments tho Gov
ernment for sending tho Fleet "bear
ing branches of the olive."
Tho monument to Kobert Hums,
erected In Ooldon Gate l'ark, San
Finnclsco, by Scotchmen of bay cit
ies, Is unveiled with Impressive core-monies.
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