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EVENING, nUM.ETlN, ItONOI.UM,, T, H., HATUIIDAY, MAIL U, 1D08.
EDITED BY CHAHIIE ALBRIGHT
Riverside Junior League
Keeps Up The
Weather permitting, baseball will
Iio tin! dope nt tlio Aula 1'nrk dia
mond tomorrow afternoon, im tlio
lllvcrsldo Juniors me now In full
possession of tlio park. Willi liiut
Sunday's kiiiiui tlio Knlaiiluiuiolo
League vatateil tlio illaiiiouil anil now
tlio Hlvcrslilo Juniors will m.iKo
"things limn until tlio close of Its hca-
Every linscball team constituting
tlio Junior Lcaguo Is now practising
hard. Tlio two leading teams of tlio
league are the Chinese Alohas and
the Aala A. C, anil thcro Is no doubt
that the championship of tlio Icaguo
will bo fought out between theso two
teams. With two gold medals in
fight, offered by Charles Ilustace Jr.
to the persons stealing more bases
and for good allcl; woilc, with Dr.
T-El YOU ARE STILL USING OIL LAMPS we would like to get
M-M! into closer touch with you and 'convince you that the
Safety, Comfort, and Convenience of
IS NOT MUCH MORE EXPENSIVE.
We will be glad to estimate the cost, of wiring your house and
to tell you how to economize in the use of the current..
Let us know where to find you and an expert will call on
No installation too large for us to handle and none too small
to receive our most careful attention.
Hawaiian Eleotrie Co., Ltd.,
KINO ST. near ALAKEA. P. 0. BOX 144.
Shipping & Commission Merchant
Diamond Crystal Cooking and
, Blackola and Russetine
J. A. Gilman, - Agent
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
The pure-bred Jersey Bulls, Ojibway of Y, B., A. J. C. C, No. 60247,
and Quenon Lad, 2nd A. J. C. C, No. G2304, at service at $10,
TeLSgo The Pond Dairy
U'h championship cup, good enough
to ho mi ornament for any clubhouse,
(,11 the teams ate now working hard
lit the park every afternoon.
Tlio fli st gnmc tomoriuw afternoon
will bo plnjcil between tlio Anla A, U.
ami tlio Orlcntnt A. C. at 1:30, Ilotli
Ham Hop of tlio Aalas and Marks
of the Orientals aro confident that
thcro will he u hard fight from start
The second game will -ho played
about 3: 30 p. m. between tlio Sweet
Violets nnd tlio Japanese Asalils. The
Asahl team has greatly Improved and
will spring a surprise on tlio Violets
one of theso days. Aloto, tho great
est Japanese catcher In the Islands,
will he behind tlio bat for tho Asalils
and, with Morlkuclilsan, tho "'bey
twlrlcr," In tho box, things will bo
lively and worth seeing.
Tho Sweet Violets aro confident of
victory and they say thoy will whip
tho Asalils as they did tho Orientals.
The Itlversldo Lcnguo'wlll hold a
meeting tomorrow morning in the
.ludd building nt 10 o'clock for the
purpose of considering tho constitu
tion mid by-laws as drafted by tho
committee. Important matters will
bo brought up mid discussed, ns
thcro me bomo lcprescntattves who
AMERICAN - HAWAIIAN PAPER & SUPPLY
Cornex Fort and Queen Sts., Honolulu.
GUILD, General Manager
75c. Pep Month
are In fntir of allowing some old
league ami winter league players In
participate In the Riverside games.
They claim that theso old "has
boons" nro out of date nnd thcrcfoio
ought not to bo baricd out provided
n '.'crtnln limitation be put on. Lust
eur the Itlversldo League allowed
t'Jrce Winter League players and
fonie of tho games placd at Anla
J'ark porhapi nro still fresh In tho
lnltids or the spurting public.
It is the Intention this year to Im,
provo tlio team as n whole by rocYult
Ing old league pla)ers In nil tlio
(cams, thus helping to give better
games In the future, Tho question
ut an olllclal umpire will also bo
taken up and ns the president has
the imwoiQto uomluntc, by nnd with
tho consent of the league, there Is
no doubt hut that tho president will
transmit his nomination to tlio icp
icacntntlves In duo time.
All tlio representatives of tho Itlv
ersldo League nro hereby requested
to bo present.
Tho horse rnccs nro billed for this
rfternuon nt Knpfolnul Park, but
lho may not bo pulled off unless the
bun comes out nnd drys the track. It
Is so seldom that Uo weather Is such
that It will not permit any ami all
kinds of mit-dour spurt, that such n
thing as calling oft a match Is haidly
ever thought of. Warren's Indigo and
B. II. Lewis' Iolo Mallet ate matched
lor a Ihioc-ulglitlui of a mllo r.ice this
..flernooii. This promises to be n cork
nig fast and close go. Mallet won
froinlho grey Candy Hoy the otlur
day and Is tit as a llclillc. After tin.
I ace, the horse known of late ns l-'nWo
Alarm, on account of tho hum inn It
made I ho other i' i;- nfter being touted
as a fast animal, will lace the liner
eighths villi a pony from Maul. Tho
odds In tho belting on the first race
uio slightly 111 favor of tho ba) polo
No Sentences Passed
OwliiB to tho fact that tho entire
foico of tho U, S. Marshal's office
was out ot town, and thcro was no '
ono to tako pi (Miners to and from tho
jail, all this cubes Bet for sentenco In
JuilKo DoIg'h court 111 In moraine hud
to be continued until noxt wcelt.
Marshal Hondry has gojio to I.alo to
attend to the execution sale ot tlio
offects of Kqliiiuolm, who was sen
tenced under tho IMinuuds Act, unit
Deputies Winter anil Ilrims havo
koiio to Kauai und Hllo respectively,
to bcrvo subpoenas.
Daisy Wanner, who pleaded Bullty
to a charge muter tho Kdniunds Act
in connection with Albert Toogooil,
wan ptebcnt In couit, however, to re
ceivu her bcuteuic, she having been
re lea bed on ball. It Daisy's husband,
Chi Is. Wagner, who Is now on the
l.ulin on his way to I.aysau, did not
have tingling earn this morning, tho
piovcrh Is at fault, for Attorucvs
Mghtroot anil S. 1'. Chllllngwni th
certainly gnvo him ono of tho worst
I.lghtfoot, appearing for Mrs.
WaKiier, staled that the chso wns
ono whliMi called for ettreniii clem-
no . ns he hud novor In nil hla pro
fessional oxpnrlonro come across pup
which nicbi'iitod sailder features. Tho
defendant, liu said, had met Wagner
uu u Tuesday, when she was sixteen
Myhre Says Orientals
Tho sad conditions of nffulrs In the
Territory where a white mechanic Is
tumble to mako n living wns tho
source of comment In Judge Llnd
my's court this morning The ques
tion enmo up during the healing of
lite ense of (leorgo C. Mhic, who
wiis cited to show cause why ho
thould not bo punished for contempt
in that ho had disobeyed the order of
Hie court of Janunry last, to pay n'l
mony to hla wife, Mnrlon Mhre, In
the sum of 40 n mouth.
Myhre took the stand and stated
Hint he had been unable to get stea
dy employment. Ilo wai a carpen
ter, but most of the worl. In this lino
wns being given to Asiatics, and crn
tho Federal work done In Hie Teirl
lory fell Into the hands or Orientals.
Judgo Lindsay icmmked (hut It
was a very sad state of nfTiiIrs In tho
Territory when a white mechanic
could not mako a living, and ills
IS TROUBLF II
There Is trouble In im Konn Or
phanage over tho loll)-, m,. r.iii-itlclsm
of tho guardian Miss lii-jid mid pro
ceedings have been commi need In the
Circuit Coint, befiire Judge Matthew-
LiUll'J L ,M L1 1 ' ! J
cat s of age, and had married hi in'
on Wednesday. She had repented at
leisure, for Wagner turned out to ho
a drunken, woithless scoundrel, who
maltreated her so badly that sho had
to lleo to her parents. Hero sho had
stayed with Toogood, who had sup
ported tho cntlio family, and Wag
ner, hearing that the country was
(lowing with mllK and honey, had
(onto from Han all and had lived with
tho outllt without raising any Melt
until Toogood dually failed to pro
vldo provisions, mid only then had
Wagner made bis complulnt to the
Cutlllnswortli, representing Too
good, said that h- unhesitatingly cor
toborated eerj thing that (llghtfoot
had said, and gae Wagner a fow
moro compliments of the snnio Kind.
Mis. Wagner stated with teais
that sho had had to leave her hus
band because be was continuously
di unk and nbushe. Sho said that
there had been no in oof produced of
her offense, and the Court on this
statement umtlmicd tho case until
THE MAUNA KEA'S
Thiough lh courtesy of tho official i
of the lntei I d.md Hte.im Nmlgatltni
Co., the new flagship of tho fleet, the
Mnunii Ken, Captain rieenian, will Im
I'peu to iniblle Inspection toulghi,
liom 7:30 to 9 o'clock.
P. E. R. Strauch
has a line tract of land
for sale at Manoa
Volley near car line.
Will make a flue Best
deuce. Area, 1,65
octes. Very cheap.
WAITY BLDG., 74 S. KING ST.
man. to luuo her, letuovi'd ijinljIlifMr
Uvcictid. manager of Ibe I'oiilV De
velopment Conipaii), appointed gu.ird
lan In her place.
It Is cl.iliiti'd (hat M(ss Hoaitl ban
lallen under the iniluelicu of I'. II
Yoakum, head of the oclety of 1'eiite
costal Christians, a fanatical sect, and
Hint fur some months she has been
neglecting her work on that account.
It Is eeu alleged that the oiphans and
(heir teachers ate going hungry and
Hint they aie very pooily clothed.
while Miss Heard has built herself a
tuOOi) house olsowhcie and has placul
a chapel In tho yanl for (he Penti
roslals, and (hat she spends nioit of
' her lime with them.
'illlM jUTJE ARRESTED
I Kokumvn. a Ilawiillnu, was thli
morning run Into 1 1 Itipld Tinni.lt
car No. 12 on King sinct m ar tin' cur
tier of Llllha Motorinun Hluckstad.
who was In churge of the ear, niny be
( arrested for heedless driving. Captain
Parker of the polleo, who mm on the
I car at the time, Milieu thai Kekuewn
was walking In front of tho car, and
, tllllt lllacksttid pounded the gong, but
lulled to make nn n.l.U"iipt to nMucc
the speed of tin- em. being apparently
rattled. Kekuewn. who Is very hard
of hearing, did not hear the gong, nnd
was struck n glancing blow by the
ear. Luckily ho was only sllghtlv In
lured. I'arker stated also (hat tint
nioloriunn would be arrested (or heed
Manager llnllcnt.wie this noon stated
that lllackstnd had reported to him
(tint Kekuewn waB crossing (he (rack
unit would lime succeeded In doing
so without trouble had he continued
to walk, bill he slopped 111 front of
(he cm. and theicfoie the accident
The Herman steamship ltobcrt
llojne arrived In Now York 'after a
1 furious battle of twenty days Willi n
1 icrlcs of storms, which Its captain
declared tlio woist he cer saw.
In the matter ot tho $J00,00H
damage suit of l.owrle versus Wio
lialdwln and Castle Interests, tho de
fendants today filed In tho Supremo
Court a motion to dismiss the icscrv
ed questions on tho ground Hint tho
action has been dismissed by tho Cir
cuit 'Court fur failure to file tlio bond
for (osts. and that tho cause Is mi
longer pending In that court.
The (leorgo Wado habeas corpus
case was argued before Judgo Dole
this morning. No decision Is kx
I ected today, however, us the attor
neys havo submitted briefs. C. C.
Hitting appeals for the petitioner
ami Attorney General llvmcuwiiy
and his dvput), Whitney, lepteseut
Patrons of the Orplicum will avoid
confusion In leg Aid to the plus if
they will notice thut the huge num
ber on their tickets call for tho dates
Mid ioi fonnanccs as glum liuluw:
Niih. 1 mid 2, "A Itiiu.ittiiy (ill I," Sat
iiiduy und Monday; Nos. a and I, "Toy
Muker." Tuesduy unci Weduesda , r.
und li, "Hello of Now York," Thursday
and Krldny; 7 and 8, "(lelsha tilrl,"
Paiurday and Monday.
Itellauee in TKIo (luarnnty Com
p.iny mid buyers of property on the
uefenso In a suit lo quiet tltlo.
Stoeklon liuslncss men nro opposed
to Dr. Illue lecturing there on sani
ME TO DISMISS
r"" "' "LILIPUTIANS TONIGHT
The troupe of Lilliputians anhni
here yesterday on (be Nippon Mam
f i oin Japan and went nt otico to lite
Hawaiian Hotel, where the) will
lodge during their stay hole. The)
tnKo their meals nt the Alexander
Young Cafe, all at one long table,
like a huge, happy family. Manager
Zimmerman, of tho Cafe, sn)H that
(hoy aie a remarkably well-behaved
lot of youngsters, and that tliolt' ta
bic manners nro uhovo reproach.
They couio In to breakfast tit !i:30,
bao lunch nt 1 o'clock, nnd dinner
nt fi o'clock.
Thoy will begin tliolr engagement
tonight, with "A Itunnwny dirt,"
which Is considered .by Jnnny to be
one of the eleveiest of their many
eleer perforinanies. Freddie llelnlz
the must creatllo little ninn on the
stage, will dike the p.ut of Hipper,
nnd llllle Ivy Pollard will hao the
lole of Carnienelta, the glps) leader.
Among tho defendants who faced
Judge, Amlrndc In thu Police Court
this morning was Walker A. Pratt, a
colored boldjor .fryu) . the transport
Thomas, stimulated by snipes. Wal
ker starled ilot yesterday uftvrnoon
111 thu neighborhood of the ftshmniket,
where a largo ctowd soon assembled
to see the fun. Walker beat half a
dozen bous of the land of MJkndo.
After ho had (list hit mid fulled a man
near the luui of Iwllol road ho ran
riuny, coming towards (bo llshmarliet.
Ilo wns followed by n long htilng of
Japanese, who evident) wauled to'
cuptmo and do him up. i:ery Japan
ese who stood In Wnlkei's way was
Knocked down. At tho llshmarkot
Walker was captuico. by tho polU-o.
Ho was ciuigcd with assault and
batter) on Nnkamtiru, it Japanese.
Theie were tlirite other complnlmuvls.
Ho pleaded guilt) this morning and
Judgo Audindo, at tho Instance of
Piosociitor Drown, suspended sen
tence fur Ihliteen months. This wus
done on account ol the, depnitliro of
the tiiuiKpoit Thomas ht tl o'clock.
Win. Iliady wus fined $mtiuii( costs
for assaulting: K. W. ttei(on ut tlm
Senmim's Institute, nnd'on the pi.ugu
of vagrancy, on which ho was, tiled
and convicted )eslerday, he was h n
teliced to thirty dj'ys' Impilsonmi'it'.
All mcuibors of the llul Kokua a
Hookuonoono o-ua Olwi Hawaii uro
Ireatcrually rc(iiosted lo nileiul tlm
(iinerul of our Into sister, Mrs. S II,
Kniielhutaii, fiom the undertaking lnr-
lori of II. II.' Wllllnni'i, on Kori Mroot
at 13 m. March 1Mb
"Drink and the world drinks with
you." Tho Honolulu woild Is drink
t Ins at thu I'uEhJun balloon.
lie Vyiiw.n (iltl wl'l be leprcient
id J. . I. i I'olleld.
II ill. - ,ith fo' tonight are cold
(Mi1 lint Hie ppi fin m.inro Will be re
peated on Miuuli and there will fol
low other nights equally enleitaln
lii, so ever) olio In Honolulu will
llue a chance to seo these clever lit
tle people before they leao for tlio
Don't forget that Tniisnii will be
given nwny nt the HOlllster Drug ("o.'u
slahllslimcnt today, tomorrow- and on
James Scddcn mid Robert Cnyloril
of Chicago appeared before the Iiouku
(onimlUeo on rivers and harbors In
Washington In support of the Davy
bill for a deep waterway from Chica
go tn St Louis.
CPE- DULLETIN ADS. PAY -TJ
PLANS FOR ASSEMBLY
. HALL FOR SEAMEN
Concert Tonight Given Dy Mrs. Cer
rltt Wilder at Seamen's
following out a custom that hnu
been cstubllshed of 'late, (hero will
ho n concert nt tho Somen's Institute
(his uumlng ghen by Mrs. (lenll
Wilder. It was thought nt first that
tho (ranspoit Thomas would ho lieiu,
mid a largo attendance from tl Is boat
was expected. However, (hero Is al
ways n large crowd at theto delight
ful concerts, nnd tonight will prob
ably ho uu exception. Light refresh
ments will be toned lo (ho sailors nnd
guests after the concert Is concluded.
Plans for the largo assembly ball
which will bo elected in anticipation
nl the coining of the lleet mo well
iindor. way, and work oil , thu prelim
Itiar) construction will probably start
nhuig about tho first of (ho month.
ThlB hall will lit In between tho two
buildings tho Institute now 'has. and
will be a very nlmiblo addition. In
tho past thcio has been no especially
fitting place where miteitiiiiimcnts
may be given for the benefit of thu
Miilor In port, and tho need of ouu
has been beveroly felt. Tlie salloi-8
iXf vtl'VSu Jmiitoinptu oncertB und
usually attend them In force.
Tho hall which Is under contempla
tion will cost It, (ho tielghboihood of
ll-OP. and or this amount $i00 haa
nlrciiily been subscribed by prominent,
husluesi men mid firms of Honolulu.
, A meeting In tlio Interests of tho
Christian college ut Canton, China,
was held nt tho homo ot Miss Helen
(.lould In NcyW Vyrlt. A largo iiutu-
tho nieotlug, v
t can . -nmm "i
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